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Today's Sports

  • Muzzleloader season starts...

     

    The 2014 muzzleloader/archery season for deer opens in Tennessee on Saturday, Nov. 8 and continues through Friday, Nov. 21 in all three of Tennessee’s deer hunting units, according to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.

  • Rockwood youth football
  • Raiders blast Bryan JV in opener...

     It has been a rough preseason for the Roane State Raiders, but none of that mattered Tuesday evening as Randy Nesbit’s squad opened the 2014-15 season with a 94-65 victory over the junior varsity squad from Bryan College.

  • TWFC delays sport fish...

     The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission postponed decisions on the 2015-16 sport fish regulations until its December meeting. The action came during the commission’s Oct. 29-20 meeting held in Greeneville. 

  • Cherokee takes broom to...

     

    The paths were different, but the results were the same as the Cherokee Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets opened the season with wins Monday evening at Sweetwater.

    The Lady Jackets had little trouble in rolling to a 49-35 victory in the opening game of the evening.

  • Raiderettes open season with...

     

    The Roane State Raiderettes tipped off the season over the weekend with a pair of close wins in the 2014 Walters State Tip-off Classic in Morristown.

    The season started with a 79-77 victory over Georgia Highlands College on Friday. Saturday's game was even closer as the Raiderettes knocked off Georgia Perimeter College, 79-78.

  • Midway closes regular season...

     

    A kind of strange regular season came to a close for the Midway Green Wave Friday night as Joe Campbell’s squad dropped a 37-16 decision at home against Greenback.

  • Jackets miss playoffs following...

     

    Kingston head coach Brian Pankey knew if his Yellow Jackets were to beat Christian Academy of Knoxville (CAK) Friday night and secure a berth in the TSSAA Class 3A playoffs, they would have to play a great game.

    That didn’t happen as the Warriors took advantage of early Kingston turnovers in picking up a 42-20 in west Knoxville.

  • Bobcats no match for Monterey,...

     

    The 2014 football season came to a close for the Oliver Springs Bobcats Thursday night with a 49-14 loss against Monterey.

    In what was a rebuilding season for the Bobcats, Wiley Brackett’s squad finished with a 3-7 overall record and a 2-4 mark in District 4-A.

  • Rockwood stuns Grace Christian,...

     

    There's something about the Grace Christian Rams that brings out the best in the Rockwood Tigers. That was the case Thursday night as John Webb's squad knocked off the District 3-A champions at Civitan Field, 22-15.