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It wasn’t pretty, but the Rockwood Lady Tigers overcame six fielding errors Monday to knock off visiting Greenback, 12-7, at Rockwood’s Mike “Brillo” Miller Sports Complex.
There will be a golf tournament this Friday at Emory Golf Course in Harriman.
Tee time for the first nine holes is 5:30 p.m. There will be a cookout after the first nine holes then the second nine holes will tee off at 8:30 p.m. for nighttime golf.
A longtime dream finally became reality for David Gooch on March 19. The Harriman resident made a hole-in-one at the Rockwood Golf Course.
“Oh my gosh,” Gooch said. “It was exciting.”
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission voted to amend regulations in regard to smallmouth bass fishing on Norris Lake during its March meeting.
When it comes to rivalries, it’s hard to top the one that occurs at least twice every year when the Harriman Blue Devils and Rockwood Tigers meet up on the baseball diamond.
The Harriman Blue Devils put a spell on the Wartburg Bulldogs, taking a 7-3 win in a battle of the blue teams Thursday evening at Wartburg.
The Kingston softball team hosted Sweetwater Thursday and the result was another victory for the Lady Jackets as Ronnie Ladd’s squad bombed the Lady Wildcats in five innings, 10-0.
Matt Headden’s Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats picked up a pair of District 4-A wins Tuesday night as the Lady Cats ripped Wartburg in a doubleheader by scores of 11-0 and 16-0.
For baseball coaches, there’s nothing like a good combination of speed, power and defense.
Monday, April 18
Greenback at Rockwood (Softball/Baseball)
Sunbright at Oliver Springs (Softball/Baseball)
Kingston at Alcoa (Softball/Baseball)
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