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The Roane State Raiderettes entered last weekend’s road trip with a .500 record and that’s how they returned home after splitting games with Columbia State and Jackson State.
Monday night was a good night for the Midway Middle School Green Wave and Lady Waves as both squads picked up easy wins over visiting Greenback.
The Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats might have dropped Tuesday’s District 4-A showdown with Oakdale, 44-41, but Michelle Christopher’s squad didn’t go down without a fight.
The Roane State men’s basketball team experienced the tough road life this past Friday night and Saturday afternoon in Columbia and Jackson, Tennessee.
The Wartburg Central Lady Bulldogs' bite proved to be just as effective as their bark en route to a 56-46 win over the Harriman Lady Blue Devils Friday evening at Richard Pickell Gymnasium.
It wasn't pretty on the court at times, but the final score was beautiful for the Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets Monday night as Connie Guinn's squad picked up a double overtime 44-40 home victory Lenoir City.
The girls from "South Of the River" had a 15-point halftime lead, but had to ward off a fierce Monterey rally to beat the Lady Wildcats by a 41-33 margin Saturday evening.
The Rockwood Tigers and Lady Tigers played their first home game of the season Friday night at Dr. Tom W. Evans Gymnasium, and the results were mixed for the home team against visiting Oakdale.
After take nine days off around Thanksgiving, the Midway Middle School basketball teams returned to action Thursday with a pair of games at home against Lenoir City.
In a hardwood version of "tug-of-war", it was the Oliver Springs Middle School Lady Bobcats scratching and clawing their way to a hard-fought 25-22 victory Thursday evening at Rockwood.
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