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Today's Sports

  • RCHS students get hooked on...

    Six young men from the Roane County High School fishing team will be competing in a Tennessee High School B.A.S.S. affiliated tournament May 21 on Guntersville Lake or Nickajack Lake.

    Gavin Daniels, Coby Nelson and boat captain Guy Daniels; Chris McAbee, Hunter Runyan and Dan Runyan; and Matt Stager, Troy Powers and Michael Powers will be representating RCHS in the tournament.

    Daniels and Nelson are currently eighth in points, while McAbee and Runyan are in second place in points, and Stager an Powers are 25th in points.

  • HMS wins weather-plagued...

    By Jace Greene
    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    It was an interesting turn of events for the Harriman Middle School baseball team as they participated in the Tennessee Valley Baseball League tournament that started two weekends ago and ended last Saturday. However, the blue Devils were able to make the most of it.

  • Kingston soccer team loses to...

    The Kingston Yellow  Jacket soccer team was beaten 3-0 by Knox Catholic Tuesday night in the District 4A/AA semifinals.  

    Their final record was 15-3 with the only losses against private schools CAK and Catholic (twice).  

    "This was an outstanding season filled with great memories and accomplishments. I’m proud of the boys and the work they continue to put in to get better.

  • Cherokee Middle School baseball...
  • Annual VFW Post 6598 golf...

    The annual VFW Post 6598 benefit memorial golf tournament will be Saturday, May 21, Armed Forces Day, at the Emory Golf Club in Harriman. There will be a 10 a.m. shotgun start for the three-person, select shot tournament.

    There will be prizes for first, second and third place. One non-winning team will receive a refund of entry fee.
    The entry fee is $240 per team, which includes mulligans.

  • Midway advances in District 3A...

    After splitting the regular season series against Tellico Plains in a pair of one-run contests, the Midway Lady Green Waves downed the Bears Monday evening in the second round of the District 3A Tournament, 4-3.

    The key to Midway’s success Monday was the combined efforts of Payton Kelley and Ragyn Hall in the circle.

    The duo combined to throw a 3-hitter with only two walks and 10 strikeouts past the Lady Bears.

    “Our pitchers were dealing the whole game,” Midway head coach Megan Arndts said. “Both of them threw it well.”

  • Lady Waves shut out Greenback 10...

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    The second-seeded Midway Lady Green Waves moved into the double-elimination portion of the District 3A softball tournament with a first-round win over Greenback 10-0 last Friday at Midway.

    Midway played third-seed Tellico Plains Monday at  Brickyard Springs in Rockwood.

    Tellico Plains beat Harriman 3-1 Friday night.

  • Davis, Thurman, Spurgeon lead...

    The Kingston Lady Jacket softball team advanced into the winner’s bracket of the District 4AA Tournament at Alcoa High School Monday, with
    an 8-3 victory over the Lady Tornadoes. Kingston was to play Christian Academy of Knoxville on Tuesday.

    The tournament was originally to be played at Southwest Point this week.

    It was moved due to some electrical issues on the softball field.

  • Yellow Jackets eliminated 9-8...

    Sean Kearney's two-out sacrifice fly in the bottom of the seventh inning gave Knox Catholic a 9-8 victory over the Kingston Yellow Jackets in the loser's bracket of the District 4AA Tournament Monday night at Christian Academy of Knoxville.

    Catholic played Alcoa Tuesday night in the loser’s bracket.

    Kearney was the winning pitcher, after relieving Tyler Hayes in the sixth inning.

  • McCoig scores three goals in...

     

    The Kingston Yellow Jacket soccer team advanced into the District 4A/AA semifinals Tuesday night at Knox Catholic with a 7-2 victory over the Scott Highlanders Monday night. Catholic defeated Oliver Springs.

    The Kingston/Catholic winner will face the CAK/Alcoa winner in the championship game Thursday night.

    Kingston 7, Scott 2: Zach McCoig led Kingston with three goals, including his 70th career goal and 29th of the season. Riley Roberts had two goals, while Kieran Lamoureux and Zach Williams had one goal each.