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Today's Sports

  • High school softball season to...

    When Roane County softball teams open the season next week, the five schools will be competing in the same districts as basketball. Rockwood, Harriman and Midway will in District 3A with Concord Christian, Grace Christian, Meigs County, Greenback, Meigs County and Tellico Plains, while Oliver Springs is in District 4A with Coalfield, Jellico, Oakdale, Oneida, Sunbright and Wartburg.

    Kingston is in District 4AA with Alcoa, CAK, Catholic and Scott.

    Harriman: The Lady Devils softball team is coached by Jessica Jones and assistant Kate Wideman.

  • Harriman plays Middleton...

    The Harriman Lady Devils will be playing two-time defending Class A state champion Middleton Thursday at 10 a.m. CST at Middle Tennessee State University’s Murphy Center.

    “Everybody is good. You have to play the best to beat the best. We must play hard and do our best,” said Lady Devil Coach Johnny Jones Sunday evening.

  • Lady Devils win region...

    Senior Madison Duncan and junior Jada Johnson recorded double-doubles to lead the Harriman Lady Devils to a 51-45 victory over the Midway Lady Waves to claim the Region 2A girls championship and a home game in Saturday's substate game against North Greene, 69-31 losers to South Greene. Both games tip off at 7 p.m.

  • Harriman season ends at region...

    First year Harriman High School coach Shay Shannon came into the season with a young team.  Just getting the feel for his new team, Shannon and his young Blue Devils squad fell on Tuesday to Meigs County to end their season.

    his appointing end  closes a great season, but the Blue Devils will have something to build on for next season.
    Harriman loses only two seniors, Bobby Jackson and Jeter Cox, as they will be primed to return to the top of District 3A and Region 2A.

  • Harriman to play Midway for...

    For the second time in the post-season and the fourth time this season, the Harriman Lady Blue Devils and Midway Lady Waves will be competing against each other.

    This time, it will be for the Region 2A championship tonight (Wednesday) at 7 at Harriman High School, after Midway defeated Meigs County 56-54 and Harriman knocked off Grace Christian 62-46. The winner will host the loser of the South Greene/North Greene game, while the loser visit the South Greene/North Greene winner.

  • MPCA Lady Patriots win TAACS...

    After coming up short in the 2014 and 2015 TAACS Class A state title games, the Mount Pisgah Christian Academy Lady Patriots won their first-ever state championship Saturday with an impressive 53-26 victory over Cedar View Christian School.

  • Harriman teams win Region 2A...

    The Harriman basketball teams advanced into Region 2A semi-final action with  victories over the weekend.
    The Lady Devils defeated Coalfield 64-50 to advance into Monday's game against Grace Christian, who dispatched District 4A champion Oneida from the tournament.

    The Blue Devils defeated District 4A runner-up Wartburg 76-71 Saturday night to advance into Tuesday's semifinal against Meigs County at Wartburg.

  • Lady Waves defeat Oakdale in...

    "Win and keep playing" was the message coach Jon Leffew told his Midway Lady Waves all last week.
    "That is about all you can say this time of year," said Leffew after the Lady Waves eliminated Oakdale last Friday in the first round of the Region 2A Tournament played at Midway Middle School.

    Midway continues on with a 22-6 record. Oakdale's season ends with an 11-22 record.

  • Rockwood loses 54-37 to Oakdale

    By Michael Lindsay
    newsroom@roanecounty.com

    A memorable season for the Rockwood Tigers came to an end at the hands of the District 4A champion Oakdale Eagles Saturday night by a score of 54-37 in the opening round of the Region 2A Tournament. The Eagles relied on 39 combined points from Maverick Smith and Brady Bingham to lead them to the victory in a defensive battle for both teams.

  • Lady Jackets’ season ends at...

    Kingston’s trip to Sevier County was anything but a vacation Friday night, as Gatlinburg-Pittman never trailed in knocking off the Lady Jackets, 71-49, in the opening round of the Region 2AA Tournament.