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Today's Sports

  • Coach K picks up 400th win

    Tuesday night was a big night for Rockwood head coach Paul Kamikawa as he picked up his 400th career coaching victory with a 79-22 pasting of Tennessee School for the Deaf (TSD).

  • Adams signs with MTSU

    Coming into this season, Kingston senior Tyler Adams knew he would be getting a college wrestling scholarship sometime before the season ended. But when he suffered a season-ending knee injury in football it appeared as if that scholarship would go down the drain as many schools backed away from the Yellow Jacket star. 

  • Kingston hosts table tennis...

    It took eight years, but the second Kingston City Open Table Tennis Tournament was held last month. Organizer Tony Capozzi called the event, which was held at the community center, a success. 

  • Raiderettes run streak to 7

    The Roane State Raiderettes remained red-hot over the weekend as Monica Boles' squad ran their winning streak to seven straight with wins over Motlow State on Friday and Volunteer State on Saturday.

  • Harriman stuns Rockwood in...

    Normally a 21-point halftime deficit would be a little too much for a team to overcome, but that wasn’t the case Friday night for Jeff King’s Harriman Blue Devils. Trailing 30-9 at the half, the Blue Devils came roaring back and then used a pair of big late shots to come away with a 60-58 victory over Rockwood.

    Things weren’t quite as tough on the Lady Devils as Jim Cordell’s squad picked up a 56-47 victory over the Lady Tigers.

    Girls Game

  • Kingston, Oliver Springs split...

    Girls Game

    The Roane County High School Lady Jackets gave the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats all they could handle, but could not overcome three Lady Jackets fouling out. The Lady 'Cats took a 53-48 win Thursday evening.

    Oliver Springs took a 14-12 lead at the end of the first period. The Lady 'Cats used a 6-0 surge to close out the half to take a 29-24 lead.

  • TWRA trout stocking program set

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will once again conduct its winter trout release program with more than 82,000 rainbow trout on schedule to be stocked into Tennessee waters from December through March.

    The program provides numerous close to home trout fishing opportunities for Middle and West Tennessee anglers during the winter months.  These fisheries also provide a great opportunity to introduce children or first-time anglers to fishing.

  • Cherokee, Midway middles split...

    The Cherokee Yellow Jackets and Midway Green Waves split a pair of games last Monday night at Roane County High School. The Lady Jackets won the opening game 40-25. Midway won the final game of the night 41-24.

    Girls Game

    Monday's game was a great game for a half, but the second half was dominated by Cherokee as Ashley Brackett's squad rolled to a 15-point victory.

    The first quarter was low scoring for both teams as Cherokee led 6-5 after six minutes of play.

  • Rockwood teams defeat BCS

    Girls Game

    For the Rockwood Lady Tigers, their showdown with the Berean Christian School Lady Eagles was a lop-sided affair, with the Lady Tigers taking a 76-38 win last Tuesday evening. Rockwood started the game on a 9-0 run before Berean Christian closed to within 11-9. But the Lady Tigers closed out the opening period strong, taking a 17-9 lead.

  • RHS football awards night set

    Former Rockwood Mayor Mike “Brillo” Miller will be the guest speaker for the annual Rockwood High School football awards night on Thursday, Dec. 16.


    The banquet and awards ceremony honoring the 2010 district championship team will begin at 6:30 p.m. in Rockwood First Baptist Church’s family life center.