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Today's Sports

  • Kingston dominant on tennis court

    Boys Singles

    (Kingston wins 3-1-2)

    Dylan Love (Kingston) 8-5 Thackery Porter (Rockwood)

    Cody Charles (Kingston) 8-2 Logan Brock (Rockwood)

    Jacob Logan (Kingston) 1-8 Eric Jones (Rockwood)

    Austin Key (Kingston) Win by forfeit

    Tie

    Tie

    Girls Singles

    (Kingston wins 6-0)

    Emily Cash (Kingston) 8-3 Kelli Ross (Rockwood)

    Kerah Darley (Kingston) 8-2 Kyler Gunter (Rockwood)

    Madi Mclure (Kingston) 8-1 Pryid Patel (Rockwood)

  • Senior bowlers putting up big...

    SENIOR BOWLERS

    March 16

    1st High Game------Diane Moore, George Wadlington---450

    2nd High Game-------Alma Williams, Ken Altes---455

    3rd High Game ---Diane Moore, George Wadlington---468

    High Scores today ----- Connie Millhollon—201 game, Larry Blankenship 208 game, Rick Alderfer, 235 game, Rick Matthews---207,235 games.

    High Series today---- Diane Moore, George Wadlington---1368

    High Series For March---- Diane Moore, George Wadlington---1368

  • Lady Tigers can’t get bats going...

    By Taylor Crombie

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    The Sunbright Lady Tigers shocked the district Thursday night by pulling off a 19-2 run-rule victory at Rockwood.

    “We didn’t show up at all,” Rockwood head coach Guy Thompson said. “We didn’t make any plays; we just didn’t do anything tonight.”

  • Tigers’ stay hot against...

    By Taylor Crombie

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    Rockwood’s Kyle Van Patten and Nate Brackett pitched a pair of perfect games in Thursday’s doubleheader against Sunbright.

    Neither game lasted longer than three innings as the Rockwood Tigers remained patient at the plate and took advantage of Sunbright errors to win the first contest 20-0 and the second 17-0.

  • Green Wave hammers Eagles

    The Midway Green Wave swept the Oakdale Eagles in a double-header Friday evening, 7-0 and 11-1, at Midway.

    The name of the game for the Green Wave was defense and pitching.

    Gabe Moore pitched a complete game no hitter in the first game, while Andrew Burton pitched four innings of one-hit baseball in the second game with 5 strikeouts.

    Brandon Burnum came in the final inning to end things for Midway in the second contest.

  • Rockwood falls to Sunbright

    By Melissa Coley

    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    Sunbright used a combination of great pitching, defense and timely hitting to defeat Rockwood in a seven inning clash of the Tigers by a final score of 4-1.

    Rockwood threatened in the first with the bases loaded and only one out but Sunbright’s “south paw” pitcher Sydney Treadway got out of the inning unscathed as the next two hitters popped up in short left and grounded out to 2nd for the third out, leaving three Lady Tigers in green on base.

  • Senior bowlers putting up big...

    SENIOR BOWLERS

    March 16

    1st High Game------Pat Hope, Larry Blankenship---451

    2nd High Game-------Beverly Zeilman, Harold Zeilman---454

    3rd High Game ---Connie Millhollon, Bruce Martin---457

    High Scores today ----- Larry Blankenship 200 game, Rick Alderfer, 208 game

    High Series today---- Beverly Zeilman, Harold Zeilman---1266

    High Series For March---- Barbara Pickering, Dean Griffin--1295

    High Averages---------Loretta Carrington 161, Rick Alderfer—191

  • Kicking things into high gear
  • Lady Raiders keeping busy

    By Brittani Barger

    for the Roane County News

    The Roane State Lady Raiders had a busy week of softball. The faced off against the Kishwaukee Lady Kougars, Tennessee Wesleyan junior varsity Lady Bulldogs and Motlow State Lady Bucks.

    The Lady Raiders came out victorious against Kishwaukee and Tennessee Wesleyan, but dropped three of the four games Friday and Saturday against Motlow State.

  • Blue Devil kickers have strong...

    Tuesday marked the first day of spring and in East Tennessee that meant that people were wearing gym shorts and t shirts yesterday, while people were bundled up today talking about the possibility of snow. It always means that high school soccer is here and the Harriman Blue Devils took the field on Tuesday to host the Cherokee’s of Greenback.