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Today's Sports

  • Roane State sweeps Wallace State

    The Roane State Raiders and Raideretts tipped off the home portion of the schedule Tuesday night and the results were good for the home teams as they picked up a sweep over visiting Wallace State.

  • Can the Bobcats do it again?

    In week 9 of the regular season, the Oliver Springs Bobcats turned their season around with a 32-27 victory over No. 6 ranked Wartburg at D.J. Brittan Field.

    Now if the Bobcats want to keep their season going, Wiley Brackett’s squad must duplicate the feat on the road as Oliver Springs travels to Wartburg Friday night at 7 p.m. for the second round of the TSSAA Class AA playoffs.

  • Lady Tigers win title
  • Senior Bowlers enjoy Halloween...
  • Jackets end season at CAK

    Much like their first encounter, the Kingston Yellow Jackets hung tough with the Christian Academy of Knoxville Warriors, but the Warriors pulled away in the second half to score a 34-6 win, ending the Yellow Jackets season. 

  • Raiders set for season

    Roane State Community College men’s basketball coach Randy Nesbit has high expectations for his 2010-11 team. 

    “We want to be in the hunt for the league title, which we were last year,” said Nesbit, whose team finished 17-10 last season.

  • Turnovers lead to Harriman'...

    The Harriman Blue Devils had their opportunities Friday night to upset No. 6 ranked Copper Basin in the first round of the TSSAA Class A playoffs, but a pair of red zone fumbles that turned into long TD returns for the Cougars led to the Blue Devils season coming to an end following a 32-13 loss.

    Harriman would hold a 7-0 lead after one period of play.

  • Oliver Springs downs Rockwood in...

    Playoff football is usually about running the football and playing solid defense.

    Oliver Springs (7-4) excelled in both of those areas Friday night and the result was a 26-14 victory at Rockwood (7-4) in the first round of the TSSAA Class AA playoffs.

    “We told our team all week this game would be won by the did that had the most yards rushing,” Oliver Springs head coach Wiley Brackett said. “Our offensive linemen showed up with a chip on their shoulder and we challenged our linemen and backs to run hard between the tackles.”

  • TWRA announces new licenses

    As approved earlier at a meeting of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission, the addition of five licenses and an amendment to a trout fishing license specific to the city of Gatlinburg are now in effect.

  • Playoffs set to begin

    The second football season starts Friday night as Harriman, Kingston, Oliver Springs and Rockwood open play in the TSSAA playoffs.

    Harriman enters the second season as a No. 6 seed in Quad 1 of the TSSAA Class A playoffs and the Blue Devils will play at No. 3 Copper Basin.