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Today's Sports

  • Alcoa stops Kingston, 49-7

    By TANK JOHNSON

    Vic King and the Kingston Yellow Jackets found out what is already common knowledge -- Alcoa is a pretty good football team.

  • Jolley's 3 TDs leads Tigers...

    In what can be best described as a good old-fashioned slugfest, the Rockwood Tigers pounced on the Grace Christian Academy Rams for a 23-21 win Friday night at Civitan Field.
    “It was a great win for us tonight and it puts us right back in the thick of things with the district,” said an ecstatic Rockwood head coach John Webb.
    In what turned out to be a seesaw affair, Grace got the ball first and marched 69 yards in six plays to score on a 55-yard Parker Shelton to Michael McCoy touchdown strike.
    The PAT was good as the Rams held a 7-0 with 9:26 to go in the opening quarter.

  • Bobcats blast Blue Devils, 48-20

     

    The trip might have been a long one, but it was a good one for the Oliver Springs Bobcats Friday night as Wiley Brackett's squad blasted Jellico, 48-20.

    For Oliver Springs, Friday's victory was expected, but big nonetheless as the Bobcats are now 4-2 overall and 2-1 in District 4-A.

  • Blue Devils wallop Tellico...

     

    After opening the season with losses in two of their first three games, the Harriman Blue Devils have now won three straight as Travis Tapp's squad traveled to Tellico Plains Friday night and routed the Bears on their homecoming night, 34-0.

  • Lady 'Cats down Oneida, 3-2

    In what has to be one of the biggest wins in the history of the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats soccer program, the Lady ‘Cats stunned Oneida 3-2 Tuesday night when the Lady 'Cats received a clutch goal from Kellie Ball. 

  • Kingston wins three in OR Classic

    The Kingston program had an outstanding day Saturday in the Oak Ridge Classic in week five of the Tennessee Valley League.

  • Roane teams gear up for week 6

    Week 6 of the high school football season is here and some Roane County fans are in for a long trip Friday night as three of Roane County's five football teams will be on the road.

  • Love to play for Kentucky

    After months of weighing his options, Harriman senior Shaquille Love has chosen to play football next fall at the University of Kentucky.

  • Midway falls in double overtime...

    After a last second win against Knox Christian last year, the Midway Middle Green Waves lost a close non-conference game Thursday to the Knghts. The Green Waves fell 20-14 in double overtime after the two teams scored three of the game’s five touchdowns in the extra periods.

  • OSMS rolls past Oakdale, 42-8

    The Oliver Springs Middle School Bobcats took care of business against the Oakdale Eagles by a 42-8 margin Thursday night at Oakdale’s Hollis Eble Field.