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Today's Sports

  • Bobcats slam Eagles, 41-0

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats ran their season record to 2-0 Friday night with an impressive 41-0 victory over visiting Oakdale in a District 4-A contest at D.J. Brittan Field.

    Friday's performance wasn't perfect according to Oliver Springs head coach Wiley Brackett, but the Bobcats did amass 314 yards of total offense while holding the Eagles to -2 yards on the night.

  • Kingston knocks off Highlanders...

    It might only be the first week of September, but the Kingston Yellow Jackets picked up a huge District 4-AA win Friday night with a 21-12 victory over Scott High at Dr. Nat Sugarman Memorial Field.

    Friday's win was anything but easy as the Jackets had to overcome a high-powered Highlander offense that rolled up 412 yards of total offense.

  • Hardin Valley tops Kingston, 7-0

    The Kingston Lady Jackets soccer team faced off against a tough Hardin Valley Academy Lady Hawks squad and found themselves in trouble, falling by a 7-0 tally. 

  • Kingston takes two from Harriman

    Week one of the Tennessee Valley League was completed Saturday with both games being played in Roane County.

    The biggest game in the county was at Harriman where the Blue Devils entertained Kingston. Kingston was able to take two of three against the Blue Devils.

  • Waves, Devils looking for first...

    It was good to see the start of football season last Friday, but this week is when things are really turned up a notch as all five county teams open district play.

  • RMS gets revenge on Jefferson

    After dropping last year’s Clinch Valley title game to Jefferson Middle School in the closing second, the Rockwood Middle School Tigers were out for revenge last week and that’s just what they got as Scott Harvey’s squad routed the Eagles, 46-6.

  • OSMS blasts Coalfield, 42-14

    Pride is on the line any time Coalfield and Oliver Springs meet on the gridiron. The Bobcats were very proud following their convincing 42-14 win at Coalfield last Thursday night in middle school football action.

  • Kick return costs MMS

    The old General Neyland maxim about special teams proved to be the difference in the game Thursday night between the Sunbright Tigers and the Midway Middle School Green Waves as Sunbright’s Skyler Bunch 70-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and ensuing two-point conversion was enough to give the Tigers an 8-6 win. 

  • Cherokee puts up 50 points in win

    After pummeling Norwood in their season opener, 40-0, the Cherokee Yellow Jackets made it 2-0 recently with a 50-6 victory over Wartburg.

    Cherokee’s offense was unstoppable in the victory as the Yellow Jackets scored on all seven possessions.

  • Midway falls short in opener

    During the off season Midway head coach Craig Moser knew this year his Green Waves had to get more production out of their running game than they did in 2009.