MURFREESBORO — The difference between racing in the TSSAA state championships and a normal meet during the track and field season can be day and night.
MURFREESBORO -- A second wind and a regroup was exactly what Andrew Morton needed to reach the state championship match for the second straight year.
MURFREESBORO -- Such is the level of Danielle Vines' tennis ability, when she loses a single game people take notice -- even when it's against a two-time state champion.
GREENVILLE, S.C. — ETSU got eight strong innings from Sullivan South product Jamin McCann and survived a jam in the ninth to beat The Citadel 4-2 and stay alive in the Southern Conference baseball tournament.
MURFREESBORO — Addisyn Rowe wasn’t jumping for joy, but she certainly wasn’t devastated either.
KNOXVILLE — Lawyers for both sides of the Title IX lawsuit filed against the University of Tennessee over its handling of sexual assault complaints believe it may not be ready to go to trial for another two years.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. set off a robust round of discussion earlier this week in a Twitter back and forth with Kenny Wallace.
For W.T. Mathes, tennis is more than a game. It’s a way of life.
Preparations are underway at Blackthorn Club for the Tennessee State Amateur.
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Elizabethton’s Danielle Vines needed only about 40 minutes to win her Class A-AA state quarterfinal tennis match Thursday in Murfreesboro.
W.T. Mathes, a 96-year-old retired doctor, plays tennis three times a week. Here he is with his usual Thursday group.