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Today's Sports

  • Harriman beats Kingston on Pace...

    A capacity crowd on the annual pinkout and homecoming game at Kingston witnessed the Yellow Jackets and Blue Devils split a pair of non-district games, as the Blue Devils defeated the Yellow Jackets on Joe Pace's buzzer beater 56-54 after the Lady Jackets beat the Lady Devils 61-29.
    Harriman 56, Kingston 54: "The game was played at our pace. We did a good job executing our game plan. Matt Spellman started a point guard and handled the pressure," said Kingston Coach Colt Narramore.

  • Kingston, Catholic split...

    By Michael Lindsay
    newsroom@roanecounty.com
    The Kingston Yellow Jackets and Catholic Fighting Irish traded wins on Monday. The Lady Jackets defeated Catholic for the second time this season by a score of 56-43, and the boys fell to the  No. 1 ranked team in the state in their classification.
    Kingston, 56, Catholic 43: The Kingston Lady Jackets (16-5, 4-2) cruised against Catholic on Monday night, picking up a convincing 56-43 victory over the Irish.

  • Rockwood DYB signups begin

    Rockwood Dixie Youth baseball and softball sign-ups are now underway at the Rockwood Community Center for ages 4 (weeball), 5-6, 7-8, 9-10 and 11-12 through Feb. 28.
    Coaches must sign up and pass a background check to be eligible to coach.
    The Community Center is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sign-ups can also being taken during basketball gams. The cutoff date is May 1 and the sign-up fee is $25.
    For more information call 354-0434.

  • Kingston notches two wins over...

    After a District 4AA loss to CAK last Tuesday, the Kingston basketball teams rebounded by sweeping a pair of non-district, road  games with Sequoyah Thursday night.
    The Lady Jackets beat Sequoyah 71-67 and the Yellow Jackets won 70-57.
    Kingston 71, Sequoyah 67: Riley Guillemet, Hannah Bailey and Abby Wilson tallied 22, 20 and 14 points, respectively, to lead the Lady Jackets.
    Madi Haymes led Sequoyah with 29 points, while  Emily Hawkins added 16.

  • Kingston notches two wins over...

    After a District 4AA loss to CAK last Tuesday, the Kingston basketball teams rebounded by sweeping a pair of non-district, road  games with Sequoyah Thursday night.
    The Lady Jackets beat Sequoyah 71-67 and the Yellow Jackets won 70-57.
    Kingston 71, Sequoyah 67: Riley Guillemet, Hannah Bailey and Abby Wilson tallied 22, 20 and 14 points, respectively, to lead the Lady Jackets.
    Madi Haymes led Sequoyah with 29 points, while  Emily Hawkins added 16.

  • Midway Middle School Green Wave...

    The Midway Middle School Green Wave defeated the Spring City Middle School Bulldogs 44-40 in overtime Tuesday night to claim the TMSAA Area 4AA championship to earn a berth in the East Tennessee Class AA Sectional in Pigeon Forge, while Oliver Springs defeated 36-30 to claim third place and a berth in the sectional.

  • Winning streak stops at 20

    The Harriman basketball teams made their last regular season trip  to Grace Christian Academy (GCA), which is moving into Division II beginning in the Fall of 2017, but came home with two District 3A losses, as the Rams snapped the Blue Devil winning streak at 20 games with a 93-84 overtime victory and the Lady Rams battled the Lady Devils 49-37.
    Grace Christian 93, Harriman 84: The boys contest will be talked about across the state, as the sixth-ranked Blue Devils and seventh-ranked Rams battled in the huge District 3A contest.

  • Kingston loses twice to CAK

    The Kingston basketball teams dropped a District 4AA doubleheader against Christian Academy of Knoxville Tuesday, as the Lady Jackets lost 57-51 and Yellow Jackets were beaten 63-37.
    CAK 57, Kingston 51: The Lady Warriors outscored the Lady Jackets 19-15 in the first quarter and extended the lead to 37-29 at halftime, with an 18-14 second quarter run.
    Kingston cut the gap to 45-40 with an 11-8 third quarter, but each team scored 11 points in the final eight minutes for the 57-51 final score.

  • Oliver Springs, Sequoyah split...

    The Oliver Springs basketball teams hosted Sequoyah Tuesday night in a non-district doubleheader, with the Lady Bobcats winning 53-49 and the Bobcats losing 60-40.
    Oliver Springs 53, Sequoyah 49: Allyssa Suttles poured in 23 points to lead the Lady 'Cats, while Alivia Baker and Ashley Armstrong added 11 and 10 points, respectively.
    The Lady Bobcats led 10-3 after the first quarter, as Baker hit the first of her three 3-pointers. Rachel Crass, Suttles and Armstrong each had a 2-point basket. Madi Haynes had a 3-pointer for the Lady Chiefs.

  • Regular season TMSAA Area 4AA...

    Following the championship and consolation games of the TMSAA Area 4AA Tournament this week at Harriman High School, the regular season All-District and All-Tournament teams were announced   by Travis Langley, Harriman Middle School athletic director.