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Today's Sports

  • Cherokee rolls over Clinton, 46-8

    Coming into last Thursday's game, Cherokee Middle School boasted an undefeated record and was trying to make it 7-0 against Clinton. The Jackets were also looking to keep the undefeated streak going from last year’s 9-0 Clinch Valley Championship team. The Jackets kept the streak going as they cruised to a 46-8 victory behind star running back Maurice Lane.

  • Bobcats storm past short-handed...

    When Harriman Middle School head coach Baron Tapp headed to Wartburg last Thursday night, he was expecting a close battle with the Bulldogs. What he got, however, was an impressive 50-6 victory over a Wartburg team that had been decimated by injuries.

  • O'Neal remembered by table...

    Tracy O'Neal didn't play table tennis long  at the Kingston Table Tennis Club, but he did leave a lasting legacy.

  • Tigers, Devils prepare for round...

    When it comes to high school football rivalries, it’s hard to top Harriman and Rockwood.

    The two teams started playing in 1921 and have been playing every year since 1923, which makes the annual meeting between the Tigers and Blue Devils the state’s longest consecutive running rivalry.

    Friday night at Civitan Field marks the 93rd meeting between to old foes, and this year’s battle is important as ever as both teams are looking to remain alive in the District 3-A race.

  • Big plays led Bulldogs past Blue...

    The Wartburg Bulldogs used a strong performance by senior quarterback Austin Langley to pick up their second straight win last Friday, 39-21, over the Harriman Blue Devils.

  • Bowling wins FLW Watts Bar event

    Harriman’s Jonathan Bowling weighed a two-day total of 10 bass totaling 28 pounds, 11 ounces to win the Walmart Bass Fishing League Volunteer Division super tournament recently held on Watts Bar Lake in Rockwood. For his victory, Bowling earned $4,540.

  • Jackets suffer first loss of...

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets came to Lenoir City Friday night with a lot of positive “buzz” about their 5-0 start, only to get swatted by the Lenoir City Panthers by a 42-14 tally.

  • Tigers ground game grinds up...

    After the Rockwood Tigers lost some heartbreakers in the first few weeks to Kingston and Grace Christian, they got the benefit of a bye week, due to the forfeit win of Taft Youth Center. The bye gave the Tigers plenty of time to get set in their offensive and defensive scheme and prepare for the Upperman Bees.  Rockwood fought a hard game with the Bees, and came out on top by a final score of 30-24.

  • Midway dumps Jellico on...

    It’s always fun to win on homecoming, and the Midway Green Wave had a lot of fun Friday night as Joe Campbell’s squad downed Jellico, 29-6.

  • Rockwood recognizes scoreboard...