Today's Sports

  • Jackets edge Tigers in thriller...

    Kingston head coach Blair Harrison had to wait four games to find out how his team would respond in a dog fight, but Harrison was more than pleased with what he found out as his Yellow Jackets held off a tough Rockwood Tiger team Friday night at Dr. Nat Sugarman Memorial Field, 21-14.

  • Commission sets waterfowl seasons

    The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission established the 2012-13 waterfowl hunting seasons during its August meeting at the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s Region II Ray Bell Building.

  • East Tennessee Sportswriters Poll

    CLASS 1A

    1.Greenback (3-0) 78 (13 1st place votes)

    2.Coalfield (3-0) 65 (3)

  • Tigers, Jackets gear up for...

    Last week was a good week of football for Roane County fans as Kingston, Oliver Springs and Midway all picked up wins while Rockwood played very well in a 12-7 loss at the hands of Class 2A No. 1 ranked Grace Christian Academy.

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  • High school sports participation...

    Boosted by continued growth in several girls sports, participation in high school sports increased for the 23rd consecutive year in 2011-12, according to the annual High School Athletics Participation Survey conducted by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS).

  • Bobcats, Jackets still...

    It’s been more than four months since Brady Walls died in an accident in front of Coalfield School, but despite all the time that has passed, his memory is still strong in the Coalfield and Oliver Springs communities, where he starred as a football player.

  • Midway wins at Pickett County,...

    “It was just good to get a win,” said a relieved Joe Campbell after his Midway Green Wave rolled to a 38-14 win over Pickett County Friday in Byrdstown.

  • Jackets cruise past Scott, 35-6

    The Kingston yellow Jackets used a timely passing game in the first half and a balanced rushing attack to beat the Scott Highlanders, 35-6, last Friday night at Kingston’s Dr. Nat Sugarman Memorial Field.

  • Bobcats slam Eagles, 62-6

    After just scoring seven points in their first two games, the Oliver Springs Bobcats roared to life Friday night with a 62-6 victory over Oakdale on homecoming at D.J. Brittan Field.

    “We played well tonight,” Oliver Springs head coach Wiley Brackett said. “We started quick on offense then our defense was able to come up with a lot of turnovers. This is a good win for us after a tough first couple of games.”

    Oliver Springs fast start was almost hard to believe as the Bobcats scored 55 points in the first half alone.