JONESBOROUGH — David Crockett now has a trio of young head coaches in its top boys’ sports.
MURFREESBORO — The latest showdown between Jenna Hutchins and Sasha Neglia had the crowd in a frenzy at the TSSAA large schools state track and field championships.
BRISTOL, Va. — The John Battle softball program flexed its already established muscle Thursday night, breaking out the proverbial brooms and sweeping all the Mountain 7 District hardware for the second straight year.
WISE — Gate City moved quickly in Thursday’s heat to win the Region 2D girls tennis championship.
MURFREESBORO — Lainey Hill and Sydney Berry romped to the girls doubles finals at the TSSAA state individual tennis large schools championships on Thursday at Old Fort Park.
This Week in Sports, we celebrate the Kingsport Community Church Volleyball League. League play started in January and wrapped up on April 25 with the tournament championship. It was another amazing season, according to Joyce Manis who shared photos
Bears and a pack of wolves reigned supreme at Wednesday afternoon’s Region 2D track and field championships held at Ridgeview High School.
Lexie Rhoten and catcher Ashley Smith led the Lady Eagles to a 6-3 win over Grundy in opening round action in Region 1D softball Wednesday at Enoch's Branch Park.
Thomas Walker scored 11 runs in the first inning on the way to a 15-3 win over Twin Valley in the opening round of the Region 1D baseball tournament at Twin Valley High School.
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Micah Kaczor did his part and so did the East Tennessee State bats.
MURFREESBORO — University High met its match in the state baseball tournament.
MURFREESBORO — Science Hill built a four-run lead against Bartlett before falling 8-4 in Wednesday’s elimination game at the TSSAA Class AAA baseball tournament at Siegel High School.
Summit scored four runs in the final inning to beat Science Hill 7-3 in the opening round of the TSSAA Class AAA baseball playoffs at Siegel High School on Tuesday.
Coach Sara Wallingford: “To be one of the top four teams in the state again, I’m really proud of them. That’s quite the accomplishment in itself, but it’s especially good when you consider their only loss came in the state semifinals.”
After last week’s Cumberland girls tennis tournament, J.I. Burton entered Tuesday’s Region 1D championship with a little more determination and the Lady Raiders turned that determination into a 5-2 win over Thomas Walker.