Today's Sports

  • Richardson signs with Trevecca

    There’s never been any question that Midway’s Alex Richardson would play college softball.
    The only question was where Richardson would play beginning next season and that question was answered Friday when the Lady Wave senior signed scholarship papers with Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville.
    “I’m super happy,” Richardson said after making it official on Friday. “I’m happy with my choice of college, and I’m thankful for my family for supporting me through everything.”
    Richardson chose Trevecca for several reasons that weren’t necessarily related to softball.

  • Cherokee, RMS battle to the end

    The hardwood season continued in Roane County with a very physical, hard-fought contest between the Cherokee Lady Jackets and the Rockwood Lady Tigers that saw the Lady Jackets eke out a 27-25 win over their in-county rivals.
    Cherokee gave the Lady Tigers a blanking in the first period with a 4-0 advantage.
    A 6-0 tilt at one point gave Cherokee a 12-6 lead, but the Lady Tigers came roaring back to methodically chop their deficit down to 16-12 at the half.
    Rockwood would use an 11-6 swing in the third period to take a 23-22 lead going into the home stretch.

  • MMS splits with Oliver Springs

    The Oliver Springs Middle School Bobcats and Midway Green Wave battled to a draw in the first meeting of the season between the two county rivals.

  • Lady 'Cats off to fast start

    It wasn’t easy, but the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats ran their season record to 2-0 Thursday night with a 67-62 victory at Tellico Plains. 

  • Cherokee picks up road split

    Mike Snow’s Cherokee Yellow Jackets basketball had some good news and bad news in taking on Athens and Sweetwater on Monday and Tuesday.

    The good news came Monday as the Jackets traveled to Athens and downed the Cougars, 37-26.

  • Rockwood sweeps Spring City

    After spending the first two weeks of the season on the road, the Rockwood Middle School Tigers and Lady Tigers opened the home portion of their schedule Monday night with a pair of victories over Spring City.

  • Lady Jackets pick up easy wins

    The Cherokee girls basketball team ran their season record to 3-0 following a pair of easy wins on Monday and Tuesday. 

  • Midway tops Mt. Pisgah in TSSAA...

    Midway hosted Mt. Pisgah Christian Academy Tuesday night in a pair of TSSAA Hall of Fame games. 

    The Lady Waves had little problem rolling past Mt. Pisgah, 54-13, but the Green Wave needed a late surge to ease away from the Patriots, 66-56.

  • New era tips off in Harriman

    The Jones era at Harriman High School tipped off Tuesday night as the Blue Devils and Lady Devils hosted Clinton in a pair of TSSAA Hall of Fame games.

  • Jackets swept in opener

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets opened the 2012-13 season Tuesday night with a pair of close losses against White County in a pair of TSSAA Hall of Fame games at Kingston.