Friday's game at Upperman wasn't necessarily a must-win game for the Rockwood Tigers, but head coach John Webb knew that if his team didn't pick up a victory in Baxter that the road to the playoffs would get a lot tougher.
The Kingston Yellow Jackets started the game with good “buzz” around their team with a 5-0 record, but after starting the game with a 26-14 lead, the Jackets got swatted with 38 unanswered points as the Lenoir City Panthers roared to a 52-26 win Friday night at Dr. Nat Sugarman Memorial Field.
Kingston and Spring City solidified their leads after week five in the Tennessee Valley Athletic Association (TVAA). Both teams swept the weekend games against conference opponents Midway and Harriman.
Seven golfers from Roane County came up just short of earning a berth in next week's TSSAA Class A/AA State Golf Tournament as all seven would see their season come to an and at the Region 2-A/AA Championship played at Gatlinburg Golf Course.
What was expected to be a close game between Oliver Springs Middle School and Harriman never materialized last Thursday as the Bobcats took advantage of five Blue Devil turnovers to pick up a 46-8 victory.