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Today's Sports

  • Lady Jackets beaten 10-0 at...

    The Kingston Lady Jackets finished the District 4AA regular season Tuesday night with a 10-0 loss at CAK to finish second with a 6-2 league mark and fell to 17-10 overall. The only district losses are to CAK.

    "We just can't seem to pull it together when we play them. We just don't  swing the bats like we normally do, but CAK has a very talented team," Kingston coach Ruth Thompson.

  • Three Roane County Knights to...

    Three of the five original Roane County Knights lacrosse team will be attending Tennessee Wesleyan for 2016-17.

    Dylan Miller, Nicholas Goldschmitt and Caleb Edgar will be playing for the Bulldogs, and are part of the five who started four years ago on the first team. The other two graduating seniors are Elisha Stephenson and Austin Stanton.

    Goldschmitt and Edgar signed Tuesday morning with TWC Coach Kevin Parker.

    Parker said Tuesday, "I am excited to have them. Roane County is new to lacrosse."

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  • Pigeon Forge Tigers bite Blue...

    Harriman High School has been involved in some good soccer games this season and have competed with some good teams; however, a much larger Pigeon Forge team visited Harriman Tuesday .

    The Tigers have been playing very well this season and look to make some big noise in the post-season tournament which starts tonight (Friday).

    Harriman lost 6-0 to the Tigers.

    The Blue Devils have a “never say die attitude no matter how tough things get.”

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  • Rockwood defeats Oliver Springs...

    Kolby Robbins and Jimmy Vanosdale combined to two hit the Oliver Springs Bobcats 14-3 Friday night in the regular season finale at Arrowhead Park to sweep the home-and-home series.

    Robbins pitched five innings, allowing three runs on two hits with two strikes, two walks and a hit batter, while Vanosdale went to the mound in the bottom of the sixth, striking out one and walking one for the Tigers.

  • Lady Waves defeat Lady Tigers 9-...

    The Midway Lady Waves solidified second place in the District 3A softball tournament with a 9-0 victory over the Rockwood Lady Tigers Friday at Brickyard Springs; however, Monday's game at Midway was postponed due to the rainy forecast. No make-up game was announced.

    Payton Kelley and Raygn Hall combined for a two-hit shutout over the Tigers. Kelley was the winner, allowing one with six strikeouts, while Hall gave up one hit with five strikeouts.

  • Yellow Jacket soccer team...

    The eighth-ranked Kingston soccer team defeated Grace Christian 6-1 Friday.

    Kingston led 1-0 at the end of the first half, but Grace Christian tied the game early in the second half at 1-1. Kingston scored five goals in the second half for the 6-1 victory.

    Riley Roberts scored two goals with one assist, while Brandon McClure, Zach McCoig and Benji Headrick each scored a goal. Assists were by Zac Williams, Collin McCoig and Joao Victor Loao. That was Headrick's first career goal.

  • Kingston baseball team beats...

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets hosted Loudon in a non-district game Friday night and posted a 9-4 victory; however, Monday's game with Knoxville Christian School was canceled due to the impending forecast.

    Loudon grabbed a 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning on a single and a groundout, but Kingston tied the game with a solo run in the bottom of the first.

  • Sequoyah at Kingston softball...

    The Sequoyah Lady Chiefs softball game vs. the Kingston Lady Jackets at Southwest Point Monday for senior night was rained out; however, senior night cereonies have been moved to Wednesday (tonight) when they host Cleveland at 5:30 p.m. The Lady Jackets closed out their District 4AA regular season Tuesday evening at CAK. Kingston will host the District 4AA Tournament beginning May 9.