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It was “close but no cigar” night for the Kingston Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets on Tuesday as both suffered tough District 4-AA losses at home against Loudon.
The Midway Green Wave and Greenback Cherokees renewed their longtime rivalry Friday night with the two schools splitting the games played.
Three-pointers spelled the demise of the Roane State Raiderettes Saturday evening, giving up seven treys in a 76-61 loss to the Cleveland State Lady Cougars in TJCCAA Conference play.
The Kingston Lady Jackets used a swarming offense to overpower the Harriman Lady Devils by a 62-49 tally Friday evening at Richard Pickell Gymnasium in Harriman.
The Lady Jackets got out to an early 16-4 lead at the end of the first period.
Playing district games on the road can often be tricky and that was the case Friday night as District 4-A leading Oliver Springs needed a strong second half to knock off Jellico, 67-50.
The 2011 Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Fisheries and Wildlife Technicians of the Year were recognized at the December meeting of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission.
It was a rare Thursday night with a pair of district contests involving Roane County teams taking place.
There’s nothing like rumors in a small town.
In Kingston on Thursday there was a rumor circulating that Kingston’s new football coach, Blair Harrison, had resigned his post less than one week after being introduced as Vic King’s replacement.
In a battle of Tigers, Rockwood and Sunbright split a pair of non district games Thursday night at Dr. Tom W. Evans Gymnasium in Rockwood.
The Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats picked up a huge District 4-A win Tuesday night with a 47-35 victory at Oakdale.
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