Today's Sports

  • Green Wave hammers Jellico, 56-12

    The Midway Green Wave made the long trip up Interstate 75 Friday night to take on Jellico, and the trip proved a good one as Joe Campbell's squad rolled to a 56-12 victory over the Blue Devils.

  • Lady 'Cats pick up first win

    For the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats soccer team, a victory has never been so sweet. 

    Just days after a heart-wrenching 3-2 loss to King's Academy, the Lady 'Cats bounced back with an impressive 3-0 win over the Fulton Lady Falcons. 

  • League standings taking shape in...

    Kingston and Spring City solidified their leads after week five in the Tennessee Valley Athletic Association (TVAA). Both teams swept the weekend games against conference opponents Midway and Harriman.

  • Seven from Roane compete in...

    Seven golfers from Roane County came up just short of earning a berth in next week's TSSAA Class A/AA State Golf Tournament as all seven would see their season come to an and at the Region 2-A/AA Championship played at Gatlinburg Golf Course.

  • Football season reaches halfway...

    The high school football season hits the halfway point of the 2011 regular season Friday night as four of Roane County's five football teams will be in action.

  • Midway Middle stops Oakdale, 14-6

    Defense was the name of the game for Midway Middle School Thursday night, as the boys from "South Of the River" wrested a hard-fought 14-6 triumph over Oakdale. 

  • OSMS rolls past Harriman, 46-8

    What was expected to be a close game between Oliver Springs Middle School and Harriman never materialized last Thursday as the Bobcats took advantage of five Blue Devil turnovers to pick up a 46-8 victory.

  • Goodson's good game leads...


    After destroying Pickett County two weeks ago and enjoying the splendor of an open date last week, the Midway Green Wave looked to start out district play with a victory Friday night at Greenback.

    The homestanding Cherokees entered the contest with an unblemished record and victories over both Wartburg and Oliver Springs. However, Midway fans were treated to a pleasant surprise early Friday as all-everything tailback Richard Seymour was held out of the game due to a concussion in last week’s game.

  • Coalfield rally too much for...

    The 2011 edition of the “Big Mountain Brawl” truly was a show-stopping, crowd-popping, body-rocking, slobber-knocking showdown that more than lived to all the hype as the Coalfield Yellow Jackets bounced back from a 28-14 deficit to score 21 unanswered points en route to a hard-fought 35-28 win over the Oliver Springs Bobcats.

  • Tigers tackle Taft, 45-12

    After suffering losses in three of their first four games, including a tough loss against Kingston last Friday night, the Rockwood Tigers picked up an easy win Friday night as John Webb's squad scored early and often in a 45-12 victory over Taft Youth Center.