High school soccer has its share of standout athletic competitors in Northeast Tennessee who also perform well in the classroom.
High school football coaches across Virginia have a new voice, and it did not take long for it to be heard.
On Sept. 25, 1926 — two days after Gene Tunney had beaten world heavyweight boxing champion Jack Dempsey in 10 rounds — the Dobyns-Bennett football team TKO’d the Norton High Black Raiders to open the season 193-0.
Senior R.J. Goins came up big in the water this winter for Rye Cove. The one-man swimming team and state champion for the Eagles represented the school well in the winter swimming season.
The former Gate City basketball standout announced with a 10-second video on his Twitter feed with the caption “Wreck ’Em!” that he is transferring to Texas Tech from Georgetown.
The 1940s could arguably be called the heyday for Southwest Virginia boys basketball.
Keith Warner, who is entering his third year as the Twin Springs football coach, is hoping he and his staff can continue to instill winning ways in his team.
As the Major League Baseball draft inches closer, ETSU right-hander Landon Knack seems more confident he’ll hear his name called.
Gate City multisport star Sarah Thompson took some time out to answer some questions about winning a state championship in basketball, the loss of the spring sports season and her future.
Summer basketball is a time-bonded tradition, where high school teams basically play a mini-season to see what they will look like in the fall. That likely won’t happen this year.
Almost coming into the world enveloped in sports, John Sevier Middle School athletic director Marty Moore has had quite the journey.
Perhaps before Luke Meade gets to walk across the stage, the Sullivan East alum may have to match the 15,248 miles Forest Gump ran in the blockbuster movie. Or maybe it just seems that way.
The 2019-20 athletic year was the year of individual accomplishments at Lee High. While the Generals teams battled throughout tough fall and winter sports, individuals performed strongly on both the golf course and the wrestling mat.
When at any local track meet, you can bet the house that one person will be there regardless of the situation. Many know him simply as “Doc,” but Jon Mather is so much more of an intricate part of track meets than just the guy at the check-in tent.
In the mid-to-late 1970s, the Clintwood Greenwave — under the direction of the late Ralph Cummins — built a football dynasty that seemed invincible. That is until one October night in 1979.