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Today's Sports

  • TWRA seeks public input on...

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) is soliciting comments for its 2012 sport fishing regulations. This is an opportunity for the public to share ideas and concerns about fishing regulations with TWRA staff. 

  • Davis sinks hole-in-one
  • This week's diamond schedule

    Monday, April 11

    Midway at Tellico Plains (Softball)

    Oliver Springs at Oakdale (Softball/Baseball)

    Harriman at Rockwood (Softball/Baseball)

  • Lady Waves pick up big win

    The Grace Christian Academy Lady Rams gave the girls from "South of the River" all they could handle, but in the end it was the Midway Lady Waves coming out with a hard-fought 4-2 triumph on the strength of a three-run fifth inning. 

  • Redskins rally past Harriman

    The Harriman Blue Devils lost an 11-10 heartbreaker to the Loudon Redskins on Wednesday. 

  • Manning shines as Waves bomb...

    Newton's Law may be "force equals mass times acceleration", but Manning's Law is "winning equals hitting plus pitching" and for the boys from South of the River, Manning’s Law equalled blasting the Oneida Indians for a 12-0 win.

  • Pitching duel ends with Lady...

    For fans of pitching duels, the Kingston vs. CAK softball game didn’t disappoint.

    The matchup featuring Kingston’s Mica Gaines and CAK’s Sierra Plese in the pitcher’s circle was scoreless until the Lady Jackets broke out for three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning.

    It was all the run support that Gaines would need as the Lady Jackets took a 3-0 victory.   

  • Kingston suffers CAK loss

    Kingston couldn’t muster up enough offense to stay close with CAK in an 8-1 loss.

    The game was scoreless until CAK plated four runs in the top of the fourth. Walker Howell led the offensive onslaught with a 3-run home run.   

    Kingston scored in the bottom of the inning on a Derek Basler RBI double. Unfortunately it wasn’t a sign of things to come as the Yellow Jackets were held scoreless the rest of the way.

    CAK got two more runs in the fifth and two in the seventh.

  • Tigers split with Stone in tennis

    The Rockwood High School tennis teams split a match with Stone Memorial High School.

    The boys lost 6-3, which dropped their record to 1-2 on the season.

    The girls team won 6-3. It was their second victory of the season.

    Rockwood vs. Stone Memorial

    Boys Match

    Singles:

    Derrick Lawson (RHS) defeated Dylan Nelson 8-3

    Matheus Ferreira (RHS) defeated Mark Brown 8-5

    Jordan Williams (RHS) defeated by Tyler Yoder 1-8

  • Lady Jackets finish second in...

    After taking nine days off for Spring Break without playing a game, the Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets made up for lost time over the weekend as Ronnie Ladd’s squad played eight games in three days at the 2011 Eastman Softball Tournament in Kingsport.