Today's Sports

  • Raiderettes close in on first...

    The Roane State Raiderettes remain in a dog fight for the top spot in the TJCCAA standings following a weekend sweep of conference foes.

    Friday night, the Raiderettes disposed of Motlow State, 73-46, and they followed that up on Saturday with an 84-70 victory over Volunteer State.

    With the sweep, the Raiderettes are currently 16-5 overall and 12-2 in conference play.

    The Raiderettes have also won six games in a row following the weekend sweep.

  • Jackets celebrate special night...

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets celebrated Senior Night in style on Monday as both teams picked up victories over visiting Coalfield.

    The Lady Jackets took the floor first on Monday and gutted out a 59-50 victory over Coalfield.

    The boys game would see Coalfield lead throughout, but Kingston ended the game with a 13-0 run to pick up a 56-46 victory.

    Girls Game

    Kingston's Haley Cornellison put on a show Monday night as the talented Kingston sophomore scored a game-high 26 points and pulled down 15 rebounds in leading the Lady Jackets to a 59-50 victory.

  • This week's hoops schedule

    Monday, Feb. 7

    Coalfield at Kingston (High School)


    Tuesday, Feb. 8

  • Kingston sweeps Rockwood

    The Kingston Lady Jackets were the ultimate opportunists Thursday evening against the Rockwood Lady Tigers, using 21 team steals to cruise to a 58-40 victory. 

  • Barnard, Dishman sign with Roane...

    Roane State didn’t play a game on Friday, but the Raiders did turn a double play of sorts as Harriman seniors Cody Barnard and Tyler Dishman signed scholarship papers to play baseball for David Lane’s squad.

  • Harriman downs Oakdale in...

    Twenty-four hours after escaping Greenback with a 50-48 victory, the Harriman Blue Devils pulled out another squeaker Tuesday night at Oakdale defeating the Eagles in overtime, 56-47.

  • Lady Jackets come up short in...

    Once again, the Kingston Lady Jackets were oh-so-tantalizingly close to an impressive win, but just fell short in the end to the Christian Academy of Knoxville (CAK) Lady Warriors, 54-51. 

  • Clarkrange too much for Bobcats

    By Tank Johnson

    The Oliver Springs basketball programs returned to action on Tuesday, trying to shake off tough losses against visiting Jackson County on Saturday.

  • Midway swept by Coalfield

    Tuesday night turned out to be a rough night for the Midway Green Waves and Lady Waves as both were knocked off at Coalfield.

    The girls game was rough because Midway was clobbered by the Lady Jackets, 68-22.

  • Love signs with Kentucky

    Go Big Blue!