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Today's Sports

  • Offense fails Harriman in 4-1...

     

    In the past 10 years the Harriman Blue Devils have won district championships, region championships and have advanced to the TSSAA Class A State Tournament three times.

    Unfortunately for the Blue Devils, the one they they haven't been able to do during that span is win a TSSAA sectional contest at Unaka and Friday night was no different as the Rangers ended the Devils season for the fifth time this millennium with a 4-1 victory at Twins Stadium in Elizabethton.

  • Lady Waves fall one game short...

     

    The 2011 season came to an end Friday evening for the Midway Lady Green Waves, but the Lady Waves didn't go down without a fight as Craig Hutchinson and Barry Narramore's squad dropped a 12-10 decision at Unaka in the TSSAA Class A sectional.

    The tone of Friday's slugfest was set early as Unaka's Katherine McInturff led off the bottom of the first inning with a home run. Unaka would score another run in the inning to take a 2-0 lead.

    Midway answered with a vengeance as they scored six runs in the top of the second inning.

  • Fadnek leads Coalfield past Lady...

    For 28 straight games, Midway's softball team had went without being shutout. Coalfield junior flame thrower Lindsey Fadnek ended that streak by firing a four-hit shutout in a 2-0 Lady Jackets Region 2-A Championship win Wednesday evening.

  • Lady Jackets fall in title game...

    The Gibbs Lady Eagles used three runs in the first inning to cruise to a 5-1 win over the Kingston Lady Jackets Wednesday afternoon with the Region 2-AA championship on the line. 

  • Rams send Devils on the road, 10...

    If the Harriman Blue Devils are going to make an appearance in next week’s TSSAA Class A State Tournament in Murfreesboro, they will have to do so by winning Friday’s sectional contest on the road.

  • Rainwater wins region, advances...

    One week after defeating Christian Academy of Knoxville’s (CAK) Leighton Porter in a three-set tiebreaker for the District 4-A/AA singles title, Rainwater and Porter hooked up again Tuesday with a state tournament berth on the line and again it was Rainwater coming out on top.

  • Oliver Springs falls at Grace,...

    The 2011 baseball season ended on a sour note Monday evening for the Oliver Springs Bobcats as Tony Kegley’s squad suffered an 11-0 setback at the hands of Grace Christian Academy in the opening round of the Region 2-A Tournament.

  • Devils blank Bulldogs, 4-0

    For the third time in four seasons, Harriman and Wartburg met on the baseball field in the Region 2-A Tournament. 

  • Gallaher, Inman sign with Roane...

    Harriman seniors Darius Gallaher and Dimitrique Inman have spent a good portion of their life playing basketball together. 

    Now the duo will have at least two more years together as last week both players signed scholarship papers with Roane State Community College.

  • State champs hold off Kingston,...

    Bruce Robinette's Kingston Yellow Jackets gave Gibbs all they wanted Monday night in the Region 2-AA semifinals, but in the end the defending state champion Eagles kept their hopes of a repeat alive with a 6-5 victory.