Today's Sports

  • Lady Bobcats shut out Lady...

    By Zach Selby

    Oliver Springs put its undefeated district record on the line when it took a wet and rainy field against Holly Dickerson and the Oakdale Lady Eagles and once again emerged victorious. The Lady Bobcats scored nine runs through the first three innings to cruise to an 11-0 shut out against the Lady Eagles.

    The win keeps the Lady Bobcats safely in first place, while also puts the Lady Eagles in last place.

  • Forrester, Garrett lead Kingston...

    Brandon Forrester and Meredith Garrett led the Kingston baseball and softball teams to victories over the weekend. The Jackets defeate Knox Carter 8-1, while the Lady Jackets shut out Cleveland 11-0.

    Kingston 8, Carter 1: Brandon Forrester hurled the Yellow Jackets to their 8-1 victory over Knox Carter Friday night. He allowed one run on seven hits with three strikeouts, three walks and one hit batsman in the victory.

  • Spring’s the season to enjoy...

    With temperatures on the rise, Roane County’s four public golf courses offer a fun way to enjoy the great outdoors.

    Each of Roane County’s four courses offer unique challenges. No one will pay more than $25 to play 18 holes with a cart.

    Three of Roane County’s courses, Lakeside in Kingston, Emory Golf and Country Club in Harriman, and Rockwood Golf and Country Club offer nine holes, while Southwest Point in Kingston is the only 18-hole public course in the county.

  • Chism throws out first pitch at...

    By Michael Lindsay

    The Rockwood Dixie Youth Opening Day ceremony featured an east Tennessee legend on April 2,  as former Tennessee Volunteer Wayne Chism was in attendance to throw out the first pitch.

    Rockwood Parks and Recreation Director Chase Clem used Twitter to reach out to Chism, who responded.

    “It was a friendly tweet. It was great for him to reach out to me, and great to accept it. Everybody could see it and get excited to come out here today” said Chism.

  • Rockwood defeats Region 2A foe...

    The Rockwood Tiger baseball team defeated Oneida Thursday night 20-3 to sweep the season series with their Region 2A foe at Mike "Brillo" Miller Sports Complex.

    Kolby Robbins was credited with the victory, allowing three runs on two hits  with five walks and three hit batters in the 2 2/3 innings, while Kyle Van Patton worked 1 1/3 innings, striking out two with one walk and Will Warner pitched one inning with two strikeouts and one walk.

    Rockwood plated the 20 runs on nine hits with 14 walks.

  • Denny’s RBI single gives Lady...

    Breanna Denny's RBI single in the top of the seventh inning gave the Rockwood Lady Tigers a 1-0 victory over the Harriman Lady Devils Thursday evening at Flour Mill Flats in Harriman.

    Megan Monday singled and moved from second to third on error and scored the go-ahead run on Breanna Denny's single. Sister, Courtney, retired Harriman in the bottom of the inning to earn in the victory for the Lady Tigers.

    Courtney Denny was the winning pitcher, allowing four hits with seven strikeouts.

  • Kingston track team competed at...

    The Kingston High School track team competed in a meet at Anderson County High School in Clinton April 5 and will compete at Knox Karns Tuesday afternoon.

    Bri Garcia finished 12th in the 100 meters in 14.67.

    Lindsay Wall finished seventh in the 200 meters in 31.24, followed by Garcia, 11th, 32.40; and Courtney Farrell, 14th in 33.29.

    Sarah Cox took sixth in the 400 meters in 1:14.35 and took fourth in the 800 meters, followed by Mandy King, seventh, 3:28.72 and Zoe Magnum, ninth, 3:29.57.

  • HHS soccer team is off to 1-3-1...

    The Harriman Blue Devils soccer team are 1-3-1 overall and 0-2-1 in the district, after last Monday's 1-1 tie with district foe Union County.

    Harriman opened the season with a 10-1 loss to Gatlnburg-Pittman, followed by a 3-0 setback to Oneida and a 2-1 win over Austin-East. They suffered a 7-1 loss to Concord Christian, followed by the tie with Union County.

  • Dallas Davis named Harriman High...

    "I would like to thank Johnny Jones, Tom Tilley and the administration for being wonderful in the transition," said Dallas Davis, new Harriman Lady Devil basketball coach.

    "We feel grateful to find someone like Dallas as our girls basketball coach. He will be a great asset with his experience he brings to the basketball program," said Harriman athletic director Bobby Clark.

  • Tony Clower is certified as an...

    The National Interescholastic Athletic Adminstrators Association (NIAAA) announced last week that Tony Clower, county athletic director for the Roane County Schools, has been recognized as a certified athletic administrator.