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Today's Sports

  • More victories for Harriman teams

    By Jace Greene

    The Harriman Lady Devils and Blue Devils traveled to Greenback Tuesday night, and both teams left victorious.

    The Lady Devils won 36-32. The Devils won 71-57.

    Girls Game

    The Lady Devils spread it around in the first period with Autumn Monkhouse, Jada Johnson, Haley Goldston, Taylor Sells and Marilyn Franklin all making baskets. The score was tied 10-10 in the first period.

    The score was 24-20 heading into the fourth quarter. Harriman kept Greenback at bay for the victory.

  • Tigers, Lady Tigers drop contests

    By Jace Greene

    The Rockwood Tigers and Lady Tigers both came up short at Sweetwater on Tuesday.

    The Lady Tigers dropped their contest 38-28. The Tigers lost 75-71.

    Girls Game

    The Lady Tigers trailed by four heading into the fourth quarter, but couldn't pull it out in the final period.

    Lexie Hill finished with a team-high 10 points for Rockwood. Camryn Evans added seven for the Lady Tigers.

    Rockwood (28) L. Hill 10, Cam Evans 7, Thompson 1, Car. Evans 4, Metcalfe 2, Z. Hill 4.

    Boys Game

  • Lady Waves upset Loudon, 53-45

     If anyone would have told Midway head coach Jon Leffew that three of his starters would score seven points between them, Leffew might have been worried in Tuesday night’s home game against Loudon.

  • Rockwood sweeps Sunbright

     

    By AARON HARVEY

    Roane Newspapers

    The night was never short of drama as Rockwood swept Sunbright Tuesday night on the hardwood.  

  • Jackets hold off Sequoyah rally...

     

    Kingston's first win of the season at Sequoyah didn't come easy last week at Sequoyah, as the Jackets took a 20-point lead into the fourth quarter, but would see the Chiefs cut the deficit to two with 40 second to go before the Jackets hit enough free throws to escape with a 56-51 victory.

  • Mount Pisgah holds off Calvary,...

     

    Mount Pisgah’s defense stepped up when it was needed most Monday evening, as the Patriots held visiting Calvary Baptist scoreless for a span of 6:31 in the fourth quarter of a 44-41 victory over the Crusaders.

  • Raiders fall to No. 4 Chargers,...

     

    Randy Nesbit's Roane State Raiders gave the nation's fourth ranked team a scare Saturday afternoon in Harriman, but in the end Columbia State had just enough firepower to eke out an 86-76 victory in TCCAA play.

  • Blue Devils down Oneida on...

     

    Offense was the name of the game on Monday night as the Harriman Blue Devils earned an impressive 73-46 win over the Oneida Indians on night one of the Bobcat Thanksgiving Classic being played at Oliver Springs High School.

    Harriman started the game with a 10-5 run and managed to stretch the lead at the end of the opening period out to 18-12. 

  • Bobcats split with Cosby

     

    The Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats racked up an impressive victory early in the 2014-2015 basketball season, winning a low-scoring duel with the Cosby Lady Eagles by a 39-34 margin on last Friday. 

  • Hughes signs with Carson-Newman

     

    Midway High School doesn’t have a swim team, but that didn’t stop Green Wave senior Seth Hughes from earning a college scholarship in the sport, as last week he signed with Carson-Newman University in Jefferson City.