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Today's Sports

  • Lady Tigers crush Tellico Plains...

     

    The Rockwood Lady Tigers picked up their seventh straight win of the young season Tuesday evening with an easy 11-0 victory over Tellico Plains at Mike “Brillo” Miller Sports Complex.

    The game was never in doubt as the Lady Tigers scored eight goals in the first 40 minutes of play.

  • Lady Jackets fly past Lady Jets...

     

    After a day off for Labor Day, the Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets went back to work Tuesday and put together their strongest performance of the season in winning at Cumberland County, 6-0.

  • Waterfowl seasons set

     

    The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission passed an amended proclamation that sets a split statewide waterfowl season for 2014-15.

    The action came at the commission’s August meeting which concluded Friday afternoon at the West Tennessee Research and Education Center.

  • Lady Tigers pick up four wins in...

     

    The Rockwood Lady soccer team had a busy three days starting Thursday playing four games during that span at the 2014 Berean Christian Blood:Water Invitational at Victor Ashe Park in Knoxville.

    The long weekend proved fruitful for Wes Ford’s squad, as the Lady Tigers went 4-0 to run their season mark to 6-1.

  • Lady Jackets tie Stone

     

    In what was a hard-fought effort by the Kingston Lady Jackets and Stone Memorial Lady Panthers battled to a 1-1 draw Thursday evening at Southwest Point.

  • Midway takes down Whitwell, 27-6

     

    The Midway Green Wave ran their record to 2-0 with a good, but strange, 27-6 win over Whitwell  Friday night in Whitwell.

    The Green Wave were out gained in total yardage 293-271, but still managed to pull off a convincing win over the Tigers.

  • Rockwood rolls past Wartburg, 49...

     

    In its season-opening win at Oneida, the Rockwood Tigers needed a late rally to knock off the Indians, 14-13.

    That wasn’t the case Friday night as the Tigers dominated from the start in rolling to a 49-6 victory over Wartburg at Civitan Field.

  • Kingston misses out on upset

     

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets didn’t open the season with a win, but Brian Pankey’s squad earned a lot of respect Friday night following a 19-7 defeat at the hands of Class 2A power Grace Christian Academy.

  • Bobcats struggle at York...

     

    The first road trip of the season wasn’t a good one for Oliver Springs, as the Bobcats traveled to Fentress County and were knocked off by York Institute, 48-0.

    The Dragons hit the Bobcats with an early haymaker, scoring 21 points in the first period. York cruised from there to pick up its first win of the season.

  • Harriman tops Sunbright for 2-0...

     

    It was not the most glamorous of affairs at times, but the Harriman Blue Devils overcame a sluggish start to the muggy evening and took home an impressive 34-7 win over the Sunbright Tigers.

    The Devils fell behind early, but scored 34 unanswered points, capitalizing on three Tiger turnovers to win on the road.