Today's Sports

  • Yellow Jacket pair no-hits...

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets no-hit the Fulton Falcons in five innings Tuesday evening, 11-0, thanks to timely hitting and the combined efforts of two pitchers at Fort South West Point.

    Trey Schultz got the start and the win for Kingston and was relieved by Christopher McAbee. The pitching duo proved too much for Fulton.

    During Schultz’ three innings of work, he struck out six batters. One of the highlights of his dominant performance from the mound was when he whiffed the side in the top of the second inning.

  • Lady Waves swept by OS

    By Melissa Coley
    Midway traveled to Oliver Springs on Tuesday evening to finish up a two-game series.
    Although they were defeated by a score of 6-1, it was a moral victory for the Lady Waves as they overcame a disastrous game on Monday to play great defense against the fierce Lady Bobcat offense.
    Kaley Beason started the game with a double and scored following singles by Emma Hill and Sophie Patterson, giving Midway a 1-0 lead.

  • ’Cats’ bats heat up in win

    By Melissa Coley


    Oliver Springs returned home to Hightower Field on Tuesday evening to finish a two-game series with district rival Midway and defeated the Waves by a final score of 5-3.

    Blake Crass was on the hill for the Cats while C.J. Huff started for Midway.

    Gabe Moore was hit by a pitch with one out and advanced to second on a pickoff attempt, scoring off Huff’s RBI double to give his team a 1-0 lead to start the game.

  • Senior bowlers putting up big...


    March 30

    1st High Game------Loretta Carrington, Wayne Bowman--452

    2nd High Game-------Donna Wright, Paul Alexander---470

    3rd High Game ---Faye Langley, Roger Golliher---444

    High Scores today ----- Ronnie Clark—202 game, Rick Alderfer, 226 game, Rick Matthews---201 games--.Aryn Millhollon 204 game

    High Series today---- Loretta Carrington, Wayne Bowman---1249

    High Series For March---- Diane Moore, George Wadlington---1368

  • ETSU head coach placed on leave

    Eastern Tennessee State University released a statement Monday regarding a member of the coaching staff.

    The head coach of the ETSU football team has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the investigation of potential violation of university policy.

    More news on this situation as it develops.

  • TWRA makes new duck stamp...

    Orders are being taken for the collectible state waterfowl stamp that is produced annually and sold for conservation education through the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.

  • Lady Knights score goals but not...

    The Roane County Lady Knight lacrosse team faced Ooltewah this past weekend. The Lady Knights lost, 17-7.

  • Easter tournament scores and...

    County and area softball teams gathered at the Brillo Miller Sports Complex in Rockwood Friday and Saturday for the annual Rockwood Invitational Easter Tournament.

    All five Roane County teams participated in the event with each team having different degrees of success.

    It was the Kingston Lady Jackets who ended up winning it all.

    After going a perfect 7-0 throughout the tournament and knocking off Coalfield, 10-5, in the semi-finals, Kingston had an uphill battle against Union County in the title game.

  • Bobcats split in tournament

    The Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats took the field on Saturday in the Rockwood softball tournament at Brillo Miller Sports Complex to finish out the tournament with three ball games the day before Easter.

    “It’s a great tournament, we have been in it numerous years,” said Oliver Springs head coach Matt Headden. “They do a real good job down here bringing in very good competition.

  • Harriman holds on to beat Tigers

    On Monday, the Rockwood Tigers travelled the short trip down the road to Harriman to face off against the Blue Devils of Harriman in a little baseball action.

    The teams squared off in game 1 of their 2 games regular season series.

    A very closely contested game ended with the Devils of Harriman picking up the 5-4 win.

    Hunter Webb took the hill for Harriman in game one of the two game series. Webb tossed a complete game for Harriman picking up the W on the hill.