Today's Sports

  • Tornadoes sweep Kingston

    Kingston couldn’t withstand the Alcoa Tornadoes Tuesday night, losing both games.

    The Lady Jackets lost the opener, 35-23.

    An uncharacteristic slow start for Kingston proved to be the deciding factor as the Lady Jackets could only muster seven points in the first half.

    Although Kingston regrouped after the half, low scoring continued to plague the normally prolific scores of the Lady Jackets.

    This for further evidenced by no one getting double figures.

  • OS and Midway in district play

    Friday night saw a battle between the Lady Bobcats and Lady Waves of and the Bobcats and Green Waves as Midway travelled to Oliver Springs in a battle between two district and county foes.

    Midway was able to pick up the win in the first game, as the girl’s contest finished 51-36. The second contest was a battle between the Green Waves and Bobcats and the Green Waves picked up the 61-54 win.

    The first contest of the night saw the home standing Lady Bobcats square off against the visiting Lady Green Waves of Midway.

  • Blue Devils circle the wagons in...

    The Blue Devils made the trip to Oneida on Friday.

    The Lady Devils got off to a rough start as the hot shooting Lady Indians jumped out to a 14-0 first quarter lead. Harriman continued to struggle with forced and unforced turnovers.

    The offense picked up in the second as Mikala Goins hit a trey and freshman Nataya Moore made a power move to the lane for two as the Lady Devil’s defense also picked up by holding Oneida to ten but the Lady Indians lucked out on a last second tip in to give them a 26-5 lead at the half.

  • Kingston splits with wily...

    Top: Lady Jacket Amadea Pankey drives into the lane for a lay-up during Friday’s game. Kingston was led by Riley Guillemet’s 23 points and beat the Lady Roadrunners, 48-37. Above: Kingston’s Tyler Thurman (34) keeps the shot away from the Austin-East defender in Friday’s district matchup game. Davey Clark scored 20 for the Yellow Jackets but it wasn’t enough. Kingston lost 72-55.

  • Blue Devils end Eagles’ streak

    By Taylor Crombie


    The Harriman Blue Devils ended the Oakdale Eagles’ undefeated district run in overtime on Saturday.

    After a long week with three games against Meigs County, Rockwood and Oneida, the Blue Devils still had some fight left in them to beat the Eagles 80-75 in overtime.

  • Lady Devils outrun Warriors in...

    The Harriman Middle Lady Devils used a 23-point second half to beat Happy Valley, 34-23, Saturday afternoon in the TMSAA Sectional Tournament in Pigeon Forge.

    The teams looked to be evenly matched in the first half with back and forth scoring.

    By halftime the score was knotted at 11 and the game had the earmarks of a defensive struggle.

    That didn’t prove to be the case.

    Harriman came out of the locker rooms looking like a team on fire.

  • Rockwood can’t finish late push

    The Rockwood Middle Tigers couldn’t hold of Jonesborough’s late push Saturday, losing 40-31 in the TMSAA Sectional Tournament in Pigeon Forge.

    “It was frustrating,” Rockwood Coach Jeff Allen said. “Jonesborough crashed the boards hard.

    “They are a fundamentally sound team.”

    A fast start to the game, Rockwood fell behind 20-11 at the end of the second quarter.

    Shots did not fall for the Tigers with the ball missing the mark or rattling on the rim only to bounce off.

  • Midway wins in last minute

    The Midway Middle Green Wave weathered a slow first half to come back in the last minute to beat Holston, 46-43, Saturday in the TMSAA Sectional Tournament opener in Pigeon Forge.

    Down 43-35 with a 1:31 left in the game, the Green Wave had used a fast paced offensive and defensive attack to get this close.

    “Holston came out on fire,” Midway Coach Justin O’Toole said. “We just kept stressing the fundamentals and playing hard.”

    Starting the second half, Midway was down 24-13.

  • Blue Devils can’t hold off Meigs...

    Harriman was swept in the boys and girls games Monday night by the Meigs County Tigers.

    In the opener, Harriman lost, 54-36.

    The Lady Devils were able to keep pace with Meigs throughout the first half thanks to the play of Christina Pack, Olivia Goins, Micaela Goins, and McKenzie Breeden.

    At intermission the score was in the Lady Tigers favor, but it was a respectable 26-19.

    During the second half it was apparent the Lady Devils’ stamina was spent and Meigs capitalized.

  • CMS knocked out by Meigs Middle

    Cherokee Middle’s Braxton Fritz fights for the ball during Monday’s middle school tournament game in Athens. The Lady Jackets lost, 40-32.