Today's Sports

  • Rockwood defeats Oakdale 12-2 in...

    The Rockwood Tigers rebounded from their loss at Midway Wednesday to post a 12-2 victory over the Oakdale Eagles Thursday evening at Mike “Brillo” Miller Sports Complex.
    Rockwood scored four runs in the first inning on a stolen base, a walk and a single by Dylan Wiliams and stretched the lead to    6-0 after two innings.
    Oakdale scored once in the top of the third, but the Tigers retaliated with a six-spot in the bottom of the inning, sparked by singles by Trey Treadway and Brackett and a double by Kyle VanPatton for the 12-1 lead.

  • Midway teams lose to Fulton,...

    Under threatening, overcast skies, the Midway Green Wave baseball team dropped an extra-inning 8-7 heart-breaker to the Fulton Falcons, while the Lady Waves were defeated 14-1 by the Grace Christian Academy Lady Rams Thursday.
    In the girls game, Grace had a 10-run outburst in the top of the first, followed by a pair of runs in the top of the third and fourth innings before Gracie Colyer brought home the lone Lady Waves run via a sacrifice RBI in the 14-1 loss with the only hit coming from Rebecca LeMasters (1-2).

  • Roadrunners race by Blue Devils...

    The Harriman Blue Devils took on the Austin-East Roadrunners in a district soccer match on Thursday night.
    Harriman was down two starters on the night and they also let Austin-East jump out to a quick lead early in the game to stack the odds against them.
    Harriman dropped their contest on the evening by a score of 7-1.
    Austin-East drew the first blood in the contest as they were able to get a quick goal seven minutes into the game.

  • Zach McCoig to play for...

    Kingston Yellow Jacket soccer player recently signed with the University of the Cumberlands to continue his career.
    McCoig has 70 goals and 20 assists and has helped his team to a 3-0-1 record so far this season.
    "Zach has been a very good player since his freshman year at Kingston. He has developed into one of the better goal scorers in the area. He is the all-time leading scorer for his career at Kingston. He had 30 goals last season and helped our team to a 15-3 overall record,” said Kingston Coach Elik Pickell.

  • Kingston soccer team shuts out...

    The Kingston Yellow Jacket soccer team won two matches this week, shutting out Oneida 4-0 and Oliver Springs 10-0 to improve to 3-0-1 on the season.
    Kingston 4, Oneida 0: Austin Courteau, Marcus Bunch, Benji Headrick, and Grayson Minton each scored a goal against Oneida. Cole Arden had two assists.
    Kinston 10, Oliver Springs 0:  Zach McCoig  led with two goals, while Marcus Bunch, Benji Headrick, Riley Roberts, Pablo Crocker, Cole Arden, Preston Allen, Sammie Oran and Jared Whittenbarger tallied one each.

  • Lady Jackets blanked by CAK

    The Kingston Lady Jackets were shut out 11-0 by the CAK Lady Warriors Thursday evening at Southwest Point.
    After two scoreless innings, CAK scored four runs in the top of the third, two in the fourth and five in the fifth inning.
    Emily Workman was the losing pitcher, allowing 10 runs on nine hits with one strikeout and two walks in 4 1/3 innings, while Kesney Brown pitched 2/3 of an inning, allowing one run on two hits with one walk.
    Casey Gaines had the only hit, while Autimn Davis was hit by a pitch.

  • Kingston shuts out Meigs County

    The Kingston Yellow Jacket baseball team defeated the Meigs County Tigers 4-1 in a non-district contest at Decatur Thursday evening.
    Justin Neal was the winning pitcher, allowing one run on seven hits.
    Ben Hargis cracked a single and a triple, while Brycen Johnson, Tony Curry, Chandler Worley, Wade Gargan and Bryce Woody each smacked one single.
    After three scoreless innings, Kingston scored  three runs in the top of the fourth inning and one in the top of the sixth for the victory.
    The Tigers scored their run in the bottom of the fourth inning.

  • Kingston rallies to defeat Loudon

    By Michael Lindsay
    “Play until the last out” is a common phrase used by baseball coaches, and Kingston’s matchup with the Loudon Redskins on Wednesday is a perfect example why. Loudon led 7-2 going into the bottom of the sixth inning before the Yellow Jackets exploded for six runs to turn the game around for the 8-7 win.
    “We are really preaching ‘team’ to the guys this year,” said Kingston coach Bruce Robinette. “Staying in the game, being a team, and not hanging our head.”

  • Curry, Yellow Jackets blank...

    Kingston’s Tony Curry and Knoxville Catholic’s Noah Bond engaged in a real hum-dinger of a pitcher’s duel.But in a script flip from Monday night, it was Curry and the Jackets coming out of a 1-0 pitcher’s duel with the win Tuesday.
    The victory earned the Yellow Jackets a split in the District 4AA home-and-home series.
    Both teams went three up, three down in the first inning, before Catholic left a man stranded on first base in the top of the second.

  • Harriman defeated 9-2 by...

    The Harriman Blue Devils hosted District 3-A foe Greenback on Wednesday night in what was a great scene for baseball in Harriman in a game originally scheduled on Monday, but was rained out.
    After losing to the Cherokees 10-0 Tuesday in Greenback, Harriman Coach Andy Adcox and his Blue Devils fell short, 9-2, in the make-up contest.
    After aquickly played, scoreless first inning, Greenback picked up a run in the top of the second inning for the early lead.