With the season just around the corner, boys basketball teams from the Big 7 and Three Rivers conferences hit the court at Sullivan East on Thursday night for their annual jamboree.
ETSU got down and dirty Thursday night and ground out a 61-58 victory over Winthrop at Freedom Hall, in the process improving to 3-0 for the first time since 1998.
Five-time state swimming champion Ashley Cusano is headed to North Carolina State.
Only two high school games divide our crew this week: Richlands at Wise Central and Daniel Boone at South-Doyle.
Castlewood’s Adrianna Hall and Eastside’s Gracie Cress have the best chances at an All-State run in the Class 1 Girls division.
It’s only two games into the season, but it appears as though a couple of questions are being answered for the East Tennessee State basketball team.
Six athletes from Dobyns-Bennett, Sullivan Central and Daniel Boone signed letters of intent with Division I universities Wednesday, while eight others also took part in National Signing Day events.
Former K-Mets manager Bobby Floyd is among the 2019 special election class of Appy League inductees announced Wednesday. He is the first inductee from the Kingsport Mets affiliate.
Patrick Henry knocked down 46 kills and had 10 blocks on the way to a 25-16, 25-21, 25-9 win over Thomas Walker at Eastside High School in winning its second straight Region 1D title.
For the first time ever, the 30th annual Hardee’s Classic will include both boys and girls basketball tournaments.
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Jordan Bowden scored 19 of his career-high 26 points in the second half and Tennessee rallied from 12 points down to beat Murray State 82-63 on Tuesday night.
Briggs Parris scored 22 points to lead the Virginia-Wise men to a win in their home opener, and the Emory & Henry women fell victim to hot-shooting Maryville.