Today's Sports

  • Bobcats miss out on sweep

    The Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats ran their District 4-A record to 2-0 Tuesday night with an easy 67-24 victory at Jellico.

    Oliver Springs’ boys, however, would miss out on that 2-0 record as the Blue Devils used a strong fourth quarter to knock off the Bobcats, 59-50.

  • Devils swept by Grace

    The Harriman Blue Devils and Lady Devils had a bad night Tuesday as both squads dropped games against Grace Christian.

    Harriman’s girls took the floor first and dropped an 81-51 decision to the Lady Rams. The boys game was a lot closer, but Harriman lost in the end, 74-66.

  • Jackets split with AAA Jets

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets traveled to Crossville Friday night and would come away with a split against Cumberland County.

  • Devils defend home court against...

    In a true "peach basket classic" that would have made James A. Naismith proud, the Harriman Lady Devils won a low-scoring 27-25 duel with the Rockwood Lady Tigers. 

  • Mt. Pisgah splits with...

    The Mt. Pisgah Christian Academy Patriots traveled near Chattanooga Thursday and picked up an exciting 73-70 victory over the Collegedale Academy Eagles.

  • Waves sweep 'Kees

    County rivalries are always big, but for many fans of Midway High School, just mention Greenback and that’s the team they most want to beat. 

  • Kingston rallies to sweep Tigers

    Monday night was “Comeback Night” for the Kingston Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets in their match-up with county rival Rockwood as both teams found themselves trailing in the second half before rallying for victories.

  • Coalfield downs OSMS

    he Oliver Springs Middle School Lady Bobcats put forth a valiant effort Thursday evening at Coalfield, but in the end, the Lady Jackets "Fostered" in a 32-29 win with Kaylea Foster having an amazing 21 points and 17 boards for  the Lady Jackets. 

  • Lady Jackets win, Jackets fall...

    The Cougars of Athens came into Kingston Thursday night and played two hard fought games against the Jackets. 

    The Lady Jackets won by a final of 35-26, as they played a good game the pressure defense proved to be too much for the Lady Cougars.  

  • Cherokee splits with Rockwood

    The Cherokee Yellow Jackets and Rockwood Tigers met for the first time this season last week and both schools came away with a win.

    Rockwood’s victory came in the girls game as the Lady Tigers held off Cherokee, 33-30.