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Today's Sports

  • Hot start leads Lady ’Cats past...

     

    After opening its season with a trio of losses, Michelle Christopher's Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats picked up their first win of the year Tuesday evening with a 66-56 victory over previously unbeaten Harriman (2-1).

  • Lady Crusaders pick up win

     

    Lauren Treadway and Emily Plemons proved to be a most effective offensive tag team for the Calvary Baptist Academy Lady Crusaders, combining for all but two of Calvary Baptist’s points in a 42-23 victory over Maryville Apostolic on a bone-chilling Monday evening. 

  • Bobcats split Hall of Fame games

     

    Tony Ingram’s Oliver Springs Bobcats stayed busy over the weekend, playing a pair of TSSAA Hall of Fame games Saturday at William Blount.

    In their game against William Blount, the Bobcats knocked off the Governors, 65-64.

  • Mount Pisgah stays busy with...

     

  • Lady Jackets off to 2-0 start

     

    The Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets ran their season record to 2-0 Friday night with a 51-43 victory over Meigs County in a TSSAA Hall of Fame game played at Roane County High School.

    The news wasn't as good for the home team in the final game of the evening, as Meigs County came out hot and never looked back in picking up an 88-67 victory.

  • Lady ’Cats drop Hall of Fame...

     

    The Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats spent Saturday playing a pair of TSSAA Hall of Fame games at William Blount High School. 

  • Raiderettes pick up conference...

     

    The Roane State Raiderettes made their longest conference road trip of the season over the weekend, but the nearly 800-mile round trip was worth it as Monica Boles' squad picked up a pair of wins in the western part of the state.

  • Midway splits with Coalfield

     

    The Midway Green Wave hosted Coalfield Monday night and both teams would pick up a victory.

    The Lady Waves picked up their second win in as many games with a 57-49 win over the Lady Jackets, but Midway’s boys would not be as lucky, falling 58-49 to Coalfield in the nightcap.

  • Green Wave rally falls short

     

    A defensive struggle for three quarters turned into an absolute barn burner at Tennessee Tech Friday night, as a late Midway Green Wave rally came within inches of tying the game and sending it to overtime against Monterey in the second round of the TSSAA Class 1A playoffs.

  • Tigers fall at Oneida, 21-7

     

    Rockwood head coach John Webb knew that if his football team was to win Friday's TSSAA Class 2A playoffs game at Oneida, it would happen only if his squad played a really good football game.

    That didn't happen as turnovers, penalties and poor field position were the deciding factors in a 21-7 loss to the Indians.