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Today's Sports

  • O.S. and Wartburg meet for...

    The Oliver Springs Middle School Bobcats and Lady ’Cats renewed their rivalry with Wartburg Thursday evening and both schools would come away with a win.

    The defending East Tennessee Class AA Sectional champion Lady Bulldogs picked up their win after battling back from an early deficit to knock off the Lady ’Cats, 44-35.

    Oliver Springs picked up some revenge in the nightcap game as they knocked off the Bulldogs, 47-38.

    Girls Game

  • Blue Devils split home opener

    Harriman started their 2017-2018 basketball season Thursday night as the Lady Devils and Devils took on the Lady Dragons and Dragons of Brainerd.

    Brainerd 35, Harriman 39

    The Lady Devils were able to grab a victory by a score of 39-35.

    The Blue Devils were unable to grab a win as they lost by a score of 75-58

    The ladies took the court in the first matchup of the night.

    Things were a little different as Brainerd had a delay with getting to the gym and the contest started about 40 minutes late.

  • Bobcats fall hard to Lenoir City

    By Melissa Coley

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    The Bobcats played their second game in three days as they traveled to Lenior City to play the Class AAA Panthers in their second Hall of Fame game on Thursday evening.

    The girls game was a tale of two halves as Oliver Springs jumped out to a 9-1 lead and won the first half but a tenacious three-point game turned the game around and Lenior City won the second half and the game by a score of 50-33.

  • Heroics propel Tigers to upset

    The Rockwood Tigers upset the 2A No. 1 Meigs County Tigers Friday night in Decatur, 9-8, with a late touchdown in the third round of the TSSAA 2A Football Playoffs.

    “These kids have done everything I’ve asked them to do for a long, long time,” Rockwood Coach John Webb said. “You know when just when people think it’s over and we’re ready to start putting uniforms up, they come back out with something else.”

  • Lady Devils showcase skills

    By Taylor Crombie

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    The young Harriman Blue Devils took the court at Sunbright High School on Saturday for their first live game action in scrimmages against Jellico and Monterey.

    “I was really pleased with our younger girls,” Harriman head coach Dallas Davis said. “We played a lot of freshmen and sophomores today. I’ve got two seniors and a junior on this team, the rest of them are freshmen and sophomores.”

  • Homestand ends with split

    The Harriman Lady Devils and Blue Devils middle school basketball team played their third home game in four days. The Lady Devils were able to take advantage of the home court advantage winning all three of their games with a 23-13 victory over Fort Loudoun Middle School on Thursday night.

    The boy’s team dropped their contest on the night by a score of 36- 26 to the Braves.

  • CMS faces Cedar Bluff in hoops...

    Cherokee Middle’s Karli Pettit dribbles with determination as the Cedar Bluff defender tries to close in during Thursday evening’s game. Pettit and the Lady Jackets won, 34-16.

    Cherokee boys’ basketball player Jayden Dryman puts on a burst of speed to get around the defender during Thursday’s game with Cedar Bluff. The Yellow Jackets lost, 42-23.

  • O.S. girls and boys sweep...

    By Melissa Coley

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    A 42-point performance by Rockwood’s Jaiden Hannibal was not enough to silence the Bobcats as Oliver Springs Middle School beat the Rockwood boys by a score of 59-54.

    The Bobcats had their own star performance from eighth-grader Landon Galyon who had a double double, scoring 25 points, grabbing 13 rebounds and stole the ball 8 times.

  • Tornadoes end Jackets’ season

    By Robby O’Daniel

    robby@lafollettepress.com

    Kingston’s 2017 high school football season came to an end on Friday night by way of a 42-0 loss to Alcoa on the road in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs.

  • Late push not enough for O.S.

    By Melissa Coley

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    Character, heart and determination were three things that laid the groundwork for the 2017 Oliver Springs football season. After starting the year with an 0-5 record, the Bobcats had little to no hope of even making the playoffs.

    A mid-season turnaround and a senior class that would not give up played Friday night in the second round of the class A playoffs against the No. 3 Greenback Cherokees.

    Despite a late game push, Oliver Springs fell to Greenback, 53-23.