Today's Sports

  • Devils ground game too much for...


    The Midway Green Wave celebrated homecoming festivities Friday with hopes of bouncing back from a disappointing loss last week to Tellico Plains. In that contest, Midway was in control for more than three quarters before eventually giving up a late score in a tough four-point loss.

  • Seymour, slow start doom Tigers

    The Rockwood Tigers three-game winning streak bit the dust Friday night as the combination of four turnovers, three in the first quarter, and Greenback’s Richard Seymour were to much to overcome in a 38-28 loss at Civitan Field.

  • Lady Waves win district title

    The Midway Lady Green Waves captured the TMSAA district title Saturday with an impressive 11-2 victory over Cherokee.

  • Clinton downs Lady 'Cats, 8...

    The Clinton Lady Dragons soccer team was certainly breathing fire Monday night as they scorched the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats by an 8-1 margin. 

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  • TVAA heats up with cooler weather

    Oliver Springs, Kingston and Midway made bold moves the last two weeks in the Tennessee Valley Athletic Association (TVAA) rankings. 

  • Huge games on Friday's...

    While this week has featured quite a few good games in the Major League Baseball playoffs, Friday night will feature a lot of interesting games that will help determine the playoff fate for a lot of teams across the state.

  • Late TD sends Tigers to title...

    With a berth in the Clinch Valley Conference title game on the line, the Rockwood Middle School Tigers came from behind twice in the final 3:39 of play to down Robertsville, 44-41, in a thrilling game at Rockwood's Civitan Field.
    Thursday's game featured some incredible individual performances.
    For Rockwood, Logan Abbott led the way with 222 yards rushing and 4 TDs on only 14 carries while fellow Tiger Corbin Van Patten added 119 yards rushing and 1 TD on 11 carries.

  • Jackets swarm 'Dogs, 38-8

    The Cherokee Yellow Jackets swarmed into Wartburg and rolled to a 38-8 win over the Bulldogs Thursday night.
    “We jumped on (Wartburg) early and we haven't been doing that lately, because it's taken us a while to get started,” Cherokee head coach Brian Pankey said. “My hats go off to Wartburg. They played hard and they never quit.”
    Cherokee's first score came on a 56-yard touchdown run by Maurice Lane.
    Dre Guerrero ran in the two point play for the Jackets to take an early 8-0 lead with 5:55 left in the first quarter.

  • HMS blanks Oakdale, 34-0

    Harriman piled up 293 yards on the ground in a 34-0 victory over Oakdale to help celebrate eighth grade night last Thursday night.
    The Blue Devils (4-3) got a stern challenge from a determined bunch of Eagles, who missed on some early opportunities, but were able to notch the shutout to help their 21 eighth graders finish their last game on Wallace-Black Field with a win.
    Oakdale fumbled away their first possession and the Blue Devils answered with a 21-yard scoring drive capped by a five-yard run by Garrett Greene for a 6-0 lead.