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It was a day of near sweeps and one sweep in the Tennessee Valley Athletic Association (TVAA) last Saturday around Roane County
Kingston avoided a sweep by beating Oliver Springs in the mighty mite game. Oliver Springs rolled to three wins after that.
In what was nothing short of, as people in East Tennessee would call, a “gully-warsher”, the Kingston Lady Jackets made it rain soccer goals Tuesday evening against the Scott County Lady Highlanders on senior night in Kingston.
The drought is over for the Harriman Middle School Blue Devils, as Thursday night Baron Tapp's squad defeated Midway in the Clinch Valley Conference small division championship game, 36-16.
With only three weeks left in the regular season, Roane County's five high school football teams all enter Friday night needing victories to stay alive or solidify their place in the postseason.
Changes are coming for girls in Kingston wanting to play basketball.
It's not very often a team celebrates after a loss, but the Midway Middle School Green Wave did just that Thursday night following a 36-20 setback at the hands of Rockwood.
Cherokee Middle School and Harriman Middle School will be hosting Clinch Valley Conference championship games this Thursday.
In the large school division, Cherokee will take on Rockwood at Dr. Nat Sugarman Field beginning at 7 p.m..
Cherokee Middle School will host the Yellow Jacket
Fall Basketball Clinic on Wednesday, Oct. 19 from 8:30 a.m. until noon for boys and girls ages 5-11.
The Cherokee Middle School “Jacket Train” was rolling down the football field Thursday night as Brian Pankey’s squad blew past Oliver Springs, 40-14.
Oliver Springs’ playoff picture got considerably brighter Friday night as Wiley Brackett’s squad scratched and clawed their way to a hard-fought 34-28 win at Oneda.
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