Today's Sports

  • Pace sparks Harriman Blue Devils...

    The Grace Christian Rams scored on its first three possessions of the game and went to post a Region 2-2A victory over the Oliver Springs Bobcats Friday night in Oliver Springs.
    Ashton Treischmann returned the opening kickoff to the Ram 37, but fumbled, with Dillon Walls recovering for the Bobcats; however, the Bobcats were stopped on downs at the Ram 33.

  • Pace sparks Harriman Blue Devils...

    Harriman quarterback Joe Pace delivered another stellar first half performance against the Sunbright Tigers, and for the third consecutive week, the Blue Devils left little doubt on the field.
    The Blue devils followed up their 65-20 win over the Wartburg Bulldogs with another 40-plus point performance in region play against the Tigers.
    Fueled by a 29-point first quarter, Harriman cruised past the Tigers and improved to 3-0 with a 49-8 win.

  • Midway Middle School game at...

    The Midway Middle School Green Waves had a strange week. They were supposed to play at Norwood Thursday but had the game canceled at the last minute. According to coach Scott Mason, “We were about to leave and they called and didn't want to play. So we just unloaded and stayed home for the night and watched Tennessee.”
    Last Tuesday, Midway did visit Lenoir City for a non conference game. They won it 8-0 on a Malachi Kelsey touchdown run. ìWe'll take it as a win, said Mason, since we didn't get to go to Norwood.î

  • Rockwood Middle School beats...

    The Wartburg Bulldogs hadn’t lost all year, but thanks to Rockwood, that streak came to an end.
    Despite the Bulldogs making a late push in the second half, the Rockwood Tigers used a 22-point first half to hand the Bulldogs their first loss of the season 36-26.

  • O’Toole named MHS basketball...

    The search has ended for boys basketball coach at Midway High School.

    Longtime Midway Middle School coach Justin O'Toole has been named as the Green Wave coach, replacing Jon Leffew who was relieved off his duties last spring and transferred to Harriman Middle School.

  • Rockwood’s chances to repeat as...

    Rockwood’s hopes of repeating as Region 2-2A champions took a serious hit Friday night, as a slew of injuries and a relentless Sweetwater ground attack allowed the Wildcats to leave Civilian Field with a 34-13 victory over the Tigers.

    “Our kids played hard, we just got devastated by injuries,” Rockwood head coach John Webb said. “The injuries limited what we could do offensively. We had to cut our play sheet in half. Then it carried over to our defense because we couldn’t put enough pressure on them with our offense.

  • Kingston downs Cumberland County...

    "We came out healthy. This was a good win for us," said Kingston Yellow Jacket coach Brian Pankey following his team's 40-7 victory over Cumberland County Friday night on Dr. Nat Sugarman Field to even its record at 1-1. "We controlled the line of scrimmage and they showed a lot of effort tonight."

    Kingston scored on its first possession of the game, driving 53-yards in seven plays to take a 7-0 lead on Ethan Guinn's 2-yard run and Gabe Shillings PAT. Maurice Lane carried three times for 33 yards, while Guinn had 6 yards on 2 carries.

  • Harriman pounds Wartburg...

    Harriman QB Joe Pace threw for 220 yards and 5 TDs in the first quarter alone Thursday night in leading the Harriman Blue Devils to a 62-20 victory over Warburg at Wallace-Black Field.

    “Our receivers did a good job of going up and getting it,” Pace said after the game. “They made some great plays and then they finished with touchdowns.”

    Harriman head coach Travis Tapp added that Pace’s big game was a result of a lot of things going right for the Blue Devils.

  • OSMS opens defense of its...

    The Oliver Springs Middle School Bobcats opened the defense of their district championship with a 32-8 victory over defending Class AA champion Eagleton Thursday night in Oliver Springs.

    "It was a good win. We worked hard for nine days to get ready for this game. I am very proud of them," said OSMS Coach Buster Brown.

  • Cherokee Middle blanks Horace...

    The Cherokee Yellow Jackets made the long trek to Maynardville Thursday night, but the trip was a good one as Brent Kelley's squad rolled to a 34-0 victory over Horace Maynard.

    “All in all it was the best game we played, especially when you consider an hour and 20-minute bus trip,” Kelley said. “I think my assistant coaches came up with a great game plan and our players did a great job of executing.”