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Today's Sports

  • 2017 Tennessee elk hunts end...

    The 2017 Tennessee elk hunts have come to a conclusion with a total of eight elk harvested during the three segments. Participants could hunt on North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area and surrounding private lands, although none of this year’s hunters chose to hunt on private lands.

  • OSMS drops close one in tourney

    By Melissa Coley

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    The Oliver Springs Middle boys were one win away from making their 2nd championship game within two days as their football team played and won the AA football championship on Saturday. Some immediately traded their cleats in for basketball shoes as they played the Oneida Indians in the Hollis Eble basketball tournament at Oakdale on Monday evening.

  • Trophy caps impressive year
  • Jacket runner prepares for state

    Jack Miller will be the lone Kingston Yellow Jacket runner competing in the cross-country state meet this Saturday in Nashville.

    Last weekend during the region competition, Miller placed ninth overall and posted an impressive time of 19:05.51. The performance was enough to earn the senior athlete a spot in the event.

    “I’m really excited about it,” Miller said. “I think it’s going to be a really good experience going to state.

  • First time for Lady Waves

    There’s a first time for everything.

    For the Midway Lady Green Wave cross-country team, that time is now.

    The Midway ladies cross-country team qualified for the state meet in Nashville for the first time this past Saturday.

    The spot at the important and prestigious meet came on the strength of a strong second place finish at the regionals this past Saturday. As a squad, the Green Wave posted an average time of 27:33.52.

  • Playoffs set to start

    The playoffs start tonight for four Roane County football teams after a long and grueling season.

    The season saw many ups and downs for the Kingston Yellow Jackets, the Midway Green Wave, the Oliver Springs Bobcats and the Rockwood Tigers.

    For some of the teams, it will be the first time in the postseason in quite some time. For others, it will be an opportunity to build on success an continue on to the ultimate goal of a state championship.

    Kingston @ West Greene

  • OSMS hoops tournament action

    By Taylor Crombie

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    The Lady Bobcats were eliminated from the Hollis Eble tournament Thursday night after falling to 41-35 to the Oakdale Lady Eagles, while the Oliver Springs boys moved to the loser’s bracket after a close one against the York Dragons.

    Oakdale took a 12-7 lead over the Lady Bobcats in the first quarter thanks to a pair of threes from Amelia Miller. The Lady Eagles stepped off the court at halftime with a comfortable 10-point lead, but Oliver Springs wasn’t finished just yet.

  • X-country teams state bound

    The Midway girls’ cross-country team is state bound for the first time in school history after its second place performance at the Region Meet this week. Kingston also had Jack Miller(right) as the sole Yellow Jacket qualify for the State Championship Meet in Nashville November 4th.

  • Yellow Jackets lose focus, game

    The Kingston Yellow Jackets were hoping to build momentum heading to the TSSAA Class 3A playoffs with a victory at Gatlinburg-Pittman Friday night. Kingston, however, will have to regroup as the Highlanders defended Legion Field, 33-28.

    “Gatlinburg-Pittman played a great game and we didn’t,” Kingston head coach Brian Pankey said following the loss that ends the Jackets regular season with a mark of 7-3.

  • Tigers earn home playoff with win

    By Melissa Coley

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    The Rockwood Tigers put on an offensive gameshow and the price was right as senior tailback Zander Price rushed for over 150 yards, scored two touchdowns, had a fumble recovery and an interception to lead his team to a 41-13 victory over the Cumberland Gap Panthers.

    “We had a lot of distractions this week with homecoming and senior night, but our kids came out and played well on offense” says Coach John Webb.