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Today's Sports

  • Devils top TSD, 69-53

    In a boys only contest, Harriman and Tennessee School for the Deaf (TSD) took the floor Monday night and battled for all 32 minutes. Harriman dominated for most of the game and was lead by Xavier Howard’s 29 points. The Blue Devils won the game by a final score of 69-53.

  • HMS splits with Rockwood

    Rockwood Middle School took the floor Tuesday night against cross-county rival Harriman.  

    The Lady Tigers played good overall defense and shut down Harriman’s Jada Johnson on their way to a 24-18 victory 

  • Bobcats miss out on sweep

    The Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats ran their District 4-A record to 2-0 Tuesday night with an easy 67-24 victory at Jellico.

    Oliver Springs’ boys, however, would miss out on that 2-0 record as the Blue Devils used a strong fourth quarter to knock off the Bobcats, 59-50.

  • Devils swept by Grace

    The Harriman Blue Devils and Lady Devils had a bad night Tuesday as both squads dropped games against Grace Christian.

    Harriman’s girls took the floor first and dropped an 81-51 decision to the Lady Rams. The boys game was a lot closer, but Harriman lost in the end, 74-66.

  • Jackets split with AAA Jets

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets traveled to Crossville Friday night and would come away with a split against Cumberland County.

  • Devils defend home court against...

    In a true "peach basket classic" that would have made James A. Naismith proud, the Harriman Lady Devils won a low-scoring 27-25 duel with the Rockwood Lady Tigers. 

  • Mt. Pisgah splits with...

    The Mt. Pisgah Christian Academy Patriots traveled near Chattanooga Thursday and picked up an exciting 73-70 victory over the Collegedale Academy Eagles.

  • Waves sweep 'Kees

    County rivalries are always big, but for many fans of Midway High School, just mention Greenback and that’s the team they most want to beat. 

  • Kingston rallies to sweep Tigers

    Monday night was “Comeback Night” for the Kingston Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets in their match-up with county rival Rockwood as both teams found themselves trailing in the second half before rallying for victories.

  • Coalfield downs OSMS

    he Oliver Springs Middle School Lady Bobcats put forth a valiant effort Thursday evening at Coalfield, but in the end, the Lady Jackets "Fostered" in a 32-29 win with Kaylea Foster having an amazing 21 points and 17 boards for  the Lady Jackets.