Today's Sports

  • Lady 'Cats claim share of...

    When the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats were sitting on a 4-13 record after a 41-37 loss to Unicoi County on Dec. 28, a District 4-A Championship seemed unlikely to happen this season for Michelle Christopher’s squad.

  • Rough night for Roane County



    Three fantastic seasons came to an end Friday night as the Rockwood Middle School Tigers, Oliver Springs Middle School Lady Bobcats and Cherokee Lady Yellow Jackets would all fall in TMSAA East Tennessee Sectional semifinal action.

  • Cherokee’s season ends in...


    The Cherokee Yellow Jackets would see their postseason run end Tuesday evening with a 36-25 loss at the hands of Area 3-AAA champion Heritage in the quarterfinal round of TMSAA East Tennessee AAA Sectional at Sevierville Middle School.

  • Midway surprised by CCA, 78-69


    What was first thought to be a tune-up game for the end of the regular season turned nightmarish for Midway Tuesday night as the Green Wave dropped a 78-69 decision to Crossroad Christian Academy (CCA) from near Lenoir City.

  • Oliver Springs wins cat fight...



    Roane Newspapers

    For the second time in less than two weeks, the Bobcats of Oliver Springs got the best of the Sunbright Tigers. 

  • Tigers hold off Norris in...

     The Rockwood Middle School Tigers have blown out a lot of opponents in amassing a 24-0 record entering Wednesday’s TMSAA East Tennessee AA Sectional quarterfinal.

    Win 25, however, was anything but easy as the Norris Senators hung around all night, but in the end it was the Tigers advancing to Friday’s tournament semifinals with a 54-48 victory.

  • Rockwood gets defensive in...



    Roane Newspapers

    Tuesday night marked a special night at Tom Evans Gymnasium, as the Rockwood Tigersplayed their last regular season home game of the year. 

  • Lady ’Cats roll into sectional...


    After receiving a first round bye for winning the Area 4-AA Tournament, the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats opened play in the TSSAA East Tennessee AA Sectional Wednesday evening with a dominating 42-21 victory over New Center.

  • Aycock signs with Walters State


    Kingston senior Alex Aycock has had a lifelong dream to play college softball. That dream will become a reality this fall as the Lady Jacket catcher signed scholarship papers Monday with Walters State Community College in Morristown.

  • Jackets sting Alcoa, 63-60


    What was supposed to be a blowout turned into a major upset Tuesday night as Colt Narramore’s Kingston Yellow Jackets picked up its first District 4-AA win of the season with a stunning 63-60 victory over district-leading Alcoa.