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Today's Sports

  • Lady ’Cats remain unbeaten with...

     

    Thursday evening marked the second time in three days that the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats defeated Oakdale this season in a District 4-A match-up.

    On Tuesday, the Lady ’Cats rolled to a 15-0 victory at home. They followed that up with a 12-0 victory at Oakdale on Thursday.

  • Tigers whip Coalfield, 11-1

     

    By JACE GREENE

    Roane Newspapers

  • Lady Tigers wallop Greenback for...

     

    The Rockwood Lady Tigers ran their season record to 6-0 Wednesday night with a pair of easy District 3-A wins at Greenback.

    Guy Thompson’s squad won the first game of the doubleheader by a 14-0 score and that was followed by an 11-1 victory in game two.

  • Eagles overpower Oliver Springs...

     

    The weather was cold and damp Monday evening at Oliver Springs’ Arrowhead Park, but the visiting Oakdale Eagles adapted to the elements just fine as they handed the Bobcats their first District 4-A loss of the season, 9-1.

  • Midway knocks off Cosby, 12-1

     

    After a slow start, Midway’s offense kicked into high gear last Friday when they popped Cosby, 12-2, to improve to 3-1 on the 2014 season. 

    Midway had not scored more than four runs in their first three games of the season, and the 12 runs against Cosby were more than the first three games combined.

  • Lady Tigers bomb Wartburg for 3-...

     

    The Rockwood Lady Tigers are off to a great start in 2014.

    Monday and Tuesday, Guy Thompson’s ladies took two games from Oakdale by a combined score of 28-1. On Thursday, the Lady Tigers improved to 3-0 with a 15-0 win over Wartburg in a game that lasted only three innings.

  • Stone Memorial hands Harriman...

     By JACE GREENE

    Roane Newspapers

  • Waves suffer first loss of 2014...

     

    After a 2-0 start on the season, the Midway Green Waves ran into a talented team in Knox Christian Thursday at Midway. 

    Midway took an early lead at 2-0, but fell apart in the fifth inning, allowing eight runs to the Knights and eventually getting run ruled 13-3 after six innings of play.

  • Kingston rallies past Meigs, 5-4

     The weather may have been bitterly cold, but the action on the softball diamond at Southwest Point Thursday evening was red-hot as the Kingston Lady Jackets rallied from a 3-0 deficit to take a big 5-4 win in extra innings over Meigs County.

  • Hughes qualifies for Junior...

     

    When Midway junior Seth Hughes competed in the Tennessee swimming championships on Feb. 14 and 15, he was hoping to do well enough in the 100-meter backstroke to earn a spot in the Southeast Regionals. Hughes thought a time of 55 seconds could get it done, but considering he had never swam the event in under 56 seconds, he knew he had his work cut out.