Today's Sports

  • Cherokee suffers first loss


    The Cherokee Middle School Yellow Jackets took their lumps Thursday night in a 44-8 defeat by the Robertsville Middle School Rams. 

    It didn't take long for Robertsville to score, taking two plays to cover 84 yards with Tre Jackson scoring from 70 yards out. 

  • Kelly leads OSMS past Harriman,...


    The Oliver Springs Middle School Bobcats played their first game without team captain Landon Everett Thursday night and the result was a convincing 42-16 victory over Harriman at D.J. Brittan Field.

    Everett was injured the week before and Bobcat head coach Larry Green said the team wanted to play well for their sidelined leader.

  • Strong second half leads Devils...


    The Harriman Blue Devils were up to head coach Travis Tapp’s challenge Friday night and the result was a 27-18 victory over visiting Whitwell at Wallace Black Field.

  • Oliver Springs holds off...


    It was a shoot-out at the OS Corral, the Oliver Springs Bobcats out dueled the Jackson County Blue Devils by a 38-35 margin Friday night at D.J. Brittan Field. 

    “It was an ugly win, but we'll take the win," a relieved Oliver Springs head coach Wiley Brackett said after game. 

  • Midway scores 53 again in victory

     The Midway Green Wave improved to 3-0 and put up 53 points for a second straight game Friday night with a 53-21 win over Hancock County at Midway.

  • Ewing’s call leads Tigers past...


    Rockwood senior Tristan Ewing might have a future in coaching.

  • Roane golfers hit the links to...

    The Roane County St. Jude Committee recently had a golf tournament that raised $65,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis.

  • Youth disc golf club starting up...

    Looking for a new hobby?

    Roane County High School sophomore Nick Wilson is joining others to help encourage an enthusiasm for disc golf in hopes of starting a Roane County Youth Disc Golf Club.

    A kick off for any  youth 18 and younger interested in learning about the game will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 15, at Roane County Park shed 8.

    “What I was planning on doing is basically starting a club that hosts different tournaments amongst ourselves and different people,” Wilson said.

  • Lady Tigers edge Alcoa, 3-2

     The Rockwood Lady Tigers continued their impressive early season run Monday evening with a narrow 3-2 victory over Alcoa at Mike “Brillo” Miller Sports Complex in Rockwood.

  • Lady Jackets suffer first loss

     In a rather stunning turn of events, the Scott High Lady Highlanders shocked the Kingston Lady Jackets with a 2-0 win on Tuesday evening at Kingston. 

    For Kingston, Tuesday’s loss was the first of the season as the Lady Jackets are now 5-0-2 on the season. The Lady Jackets are 2-1 in district play.