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Today's Sports

  • Tigers, Jackets highlight Friday...

     

    It has taken four weeks, but the weather has finally starting to cool off and that’s good news for players and fans across Roane County entering the second weekend of September.

  • Late goal lifts Lady Jackets, 3-2

     

    Brooke Bales scored a goal in the 78th minute of play Tuesday evening and that proved to be the difference as the Kingston Lady Yellow edged Alcoa at Southwest Point, 3-2.

    Bales has a monster evening for the Lady Jackets (3-1-3) as she scored all three goals for Elik Pickell’s squad.

  • Close games galore in Oakdale...

     

    By AARON HARVEY

    Roane Newspapers

  • Lady Tigers pick up two more wins

     Since starting the season with a 4-0 loss at Christian Academy of Knoxville, the Rockwood Lady Tigers have been hot, as Wes Ford’s squad have now won nine straight games following recent victories over Gatlinburg-Pittman, 4-1, and Carter, 5-0.

    In its nine-game winning streak, the Lady Tigers have pitched seven shutouts while outscoring opponents 52-4.

  • Roane golfers advance to region...

     

    Monday was a busy day for high school golfers in Roane County as Harriman, Rockwood and Midway competed in the District 3 A-AA Tournament in Knoxville while Kingston and Oliver Springs competed in the District 4 A-AA Tournament in Rockford.

  • TVAOBB tourney starts Saturday

     

    Lovers of history and sports alike will have a unique opportunity this Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 13-14 to witness all eight teams play bare handed vintage base ball as folks from across the state will flock to Historic Carnton Plantation in Franklin, as the league closes out its 2014 season with a two-day tournament to crown the Sulphur Dell Cup Champion.

  • TVAA standings starting to take...

     After the third week of the Tennessee Valley Athletic Association (TVAA), two teams took sole possession of the number one spot in the mighty mite and cutter divisions. The cricket and hopper divisions  still have two teams each tied for the top spot.

    Kingston 

  • TWRA accepting comments on...

     

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) Fisheries Division announced its proposed 2015-16 sport fish and commercial fishing regulation changes during the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission’s August meeting.  TWRA Fisheries Division Chief Bobby Wilson made the proposals at the Aug. 28-29 meeting of the TFWC held in Jackson.

  • Lady Jackets, Devils bring home...
  • Midway Middle takes down...

     

    The Midway Middle School Green Wave took a long, winding path before they finally faced Burchfield Middle Monday night at Midway. 

    The Green Wave were originally scheduled to play at Burchfield last Tuesday, but they never made it to the field because of storms in the area. The game was then moved to Midway on Monday.