Today's Sports

  • Lady Tigers win two of three

    The Rockwood Lady Tigers closed out last week by winning two of three games against Cumberland County and Scott.
    On Thursday, the Lady Tigers dropped a 5-1 decision against Cumberland County, but Rockwood bounced back Friday with a doubleheader sweep against Scott. The Lady Tigers won Friday’s games by final scores of 15-1 in game one and 7-3 in game two.
    Rockwood vs.
    Cumberland County
    Rockwood out hit the Lady Jets 7-6 on the day, but four Lady Tigers led to three unearned runs Cumberland County picked up the 5-1 victory.

  • Meigs knocks off Harriman, 7-2

    The first two games of the 2011 baseball season didn’t go as expected for the Harriman Blue Devils as Andy Adcox’s squad opened the season at 0-2.
    The first loss came last Monday at the hands of Kingston. The second loss came on Thursday when the Blue Devils dropped a 7-2 decision at Meigs County.
    One bad inning basically cost the Blue Devils the game Thursday as the Tigers used two walks, two hits and an error to score five runs and take the lead for good in the bottom of the first inning.

  • Waves, Lady Waves sweep Oakdale

    After missing some early games due to rain, the Midway Green Waves and Lady Waves opened their season with a pair of doubleheader victories over Oakdale on Thursday.
    The Lady Waves rolled as they won game one 23-0 and they followed that with a 19-3 victory in game two.
    Things were a little closer on the baseball diamond, but the results were the same as Midway won game one, 7-0, and they followed that with a 10-0 victory in game two.
    Game One
    To put it mildly, the Midway Lady Waves put together a dominating 23-0 victory against the Lady Eagles.

  • Lady Jackets down Stone with...

    After splitting four games over the weekend at the Tiger Classic in Dayton, Ronnie Ladd’s Kingston Lady Jackets opened District 4-AA play Monday evening with a 5-2 victory over visiting Stone Memorial.

    Monday’s game was a bit unusual in that most games these days are decided by a team’s ability to manufacture runs with the short game. Kingston, however, didn’t play “small ball” Monday as the Lady Jackets used home runs from Katherine Butler, T.J. Wicks and Morgan Snow to account for three of the teams five runs.

  • This week's diamond schedule

    Monday, March 21

    Oliver Springs at Oneida (Softball/Baseball)

    Stone Memorial at Kingston (Softball/Baseball)


  • Ratajczak named TWRA Wildlife...

    Daryl Ratajczak has been named Chief of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s Division of Wildlife and Forestry. His new appointment is effective immediately.

  • Roane's golf courses offer...

    While prices of just about everything have skyrocketed over the past 10 years, one thing that has remained about the same is the economical value of playing golf in Roane County.

  • Bulls win KOC title


  • Jets hand Tigers first loss, 8-2

    Twenty-four hours after opening their season with a 15-5 victory over Oliver Springs, Jake Witter’s Rockwood Tigers suffered their first setback of the 2011 campaign when the Tigers dropped an 8-2 decision at Cumberland County.

  • Lady 'Cats knock off...

    Things didn’t go so well Monday when the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats opened the 2011 season with a loss at Sweetwater.