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The Midway Middle School Green Waves picked up a hard fought 58-55 victory over Oliver Springs Thursday night at Midway.
Things didn’t go as well for the Lady Waves as Oliver Springs cruised to a 48-20 victory.
By BRODY JONES
The Rockwood Middle School Lady Tigers used a 13-4 run to close out the game and pull away to a 35-19 win over the Spring City Middle School Lady Bulldogs.
Monday, Dec. 6
Midway at Cherokee (Middle School)
Rockwood at Oliver Springs (Middle School)
The Oliver Springs Bobcats and Kingston Yellow Jackets renewed their rivalry at Roane County High School Thursday evening and it would be the Lady ‘Cats and Jacket boys coming away with victories.
A fall either-sex wild turkey hunting season is set for 63 counties across the state, according to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA).
Despite the fact it was raining cats and dogs outside, the points came raining down on the Sunbright Lady Tigers as the Rockwood Lady Tigers notched a 58-34 win Tuesday evening.
Neighborhood rivals Harriman and Oakdale got together on the hardwood Tuesday night and both schools would come away with a victory.
In the girls game, Oakdale rallied from one point down at halftime to pick up a 36-28 victory.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission will convene for the final time of the calendar year when it meets Dec. 1-2 in Gatlinburg. The meeting will be held at the Clarion Inn and Suites.
Makisha Fuller quite possibly had the performance of her life for the Kingston Lady Jackets Monday night as her 25 points propelled her team to the 60-53 win over the Wartburg Central Lady Bulldogs.
After losing much of their rotation from last year's TSSAA Class A State Tournament team, Tony Ingram's Oliver Springs Bobcats were expected to take their lumps early in the season while a new team got familiar with each other.
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