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Today's Sports

  • Fast start leads Midway past...

    The Midway Green Wave finished week three of the baseball season with a big 21-4 win over Mount Pisgah Christian Academy Friday at Midway.
    The Green Wave are now 5-5 on the season while the Patriots are 0-3 while playing a light schedule this season.

  • Rams edge Devils, 4-3

    Rams edge Devils, 4-3

    By JACE GREENE
    Roane Newspapers
    Monday night brought together rivals that have had very many heated  match-ups since the Grace Christian Academy joined the Harriman High School Blue Devils in district 3-A in 2009.
    When the Rams made the trip down to Harriman on Monday night to meet off on the baseball diamond, both teams brought all they had to pick up the district victory, but the Rams snuck away Papermaker Field with a 4-3 victory.

  • Moore leads Green Wave past...

    Midway senior Christian Moore tossed a complete-game two-hitter with eight strikeouts Monday evening in leading the Green Wave to a 7-0 victory over Tellico Plains.
    The victory was a big one for the Green Wave as they improved to 6-5 overall and 1-2 in District 3-A.
    Moore allowed only four base runners on the day. Besides the two hits, two other Bears reached safely on the evening thanks to a walk and hit batter. Tellico Plains, however, only got one of those runners past first base as Moore and the Green Wave defense were solid throughout.

  • Hornets sting soccer ’Cats, 4-0

    A three-goal barrage in the first eight minutes proved to spell doom for the Oliver Springs Bobcats Monday evening in a 4-0 loss to the Carter Hornets in soccer action at D.J. Brittan Field.
    “We came out a bit slow and Carter managed to capitalize and that hurt us,” Bobcat head coach Josh Pryor said after the game. “When you give up three goals in the first eight minutes, that will happen. After we got our feet under us, we kept improving and we have a lot of players getting their first bit of experience.”

  • Lady Devils stoned by Lady...

    Harriman pitcher Haley Goldston shutout the Stone Memorial Lady Panthers for eight innings Monday evening, but unfortunately that wasn’t enough for the Lady Devils as Stone Memorial scored a run in the bottom of the ninth inning to take a 1-0 victory over the Lady Devils.

  • Lady Tigers bomb Webb, 16-1

    The Rockwood Lady Tigers bounced back from their first loss of the season Monday evening by pounding Webb School of Knoxville in only three innings, 16-1.

    Rockwood (9-1) jumped out on the Lady Spartans with seven runs in the first inning, five more in the second before ending the game quickly in the third inning with four runs.

  • Jackets edge Carter, 6-5

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets didn’t exactly tear the cover off the baseball on Thursday against Carter, but Bruce Robinette’s squad did take advantage of 12 walks in picking up a 6-5 victory over the Hornets in a tournament played at Loudon.
    Kingston’s first run came thanks to walks and a wild pitch in the top of the first inning. Preston Edmonds was one of three Jackets to receive a free pass in the opening frame and he would eventually score on a wild pitch to give Kingston and early 1-0 lead.

  • Tigers run by Wildcats, 11-1

     

    While the weather is just starting to warm up in East Tennessee, the Rockwood Tigers offense has been red-hot at the start of the 2014 season.

  • Tigers downed by Tornadoes,...

     

    The Rockwood Tigers soccer team suffered a pair of close losses against Gatlinburg-Pittman and Alcoa last Thursday and Friday.

    Thursday would see the Tigers hosting Gatlinburg-Pittman, but the visiting Highlanders used a strong first half to pick up a 3-2 victory.

  • Kelley's pitching, Hall...

    The Midway Lady Green Waves opened the district portion of the schedule and welcomed the Meigs County Lady Tigers to District 3-A with a 1-0 shutout win Thursday at Midway.

    With the win over Meigs County, the Lady Waves improved to 6-3 overall and 1-0 in the district.

    Payton Kelley had a shaky pitching appearance Monday against Alcoa, walking the only two batters she faced, but she would toss a gem against the Lady Tigers.