BOONE, N.C. — Just three days after suffering a broken nose and receiving six stitches, Tianna Tarter made Appalachian State feel her pain.
It was business as usual for the Milligan College women’s cross country team two weeks ago as they took home their 14th Appalachian Athletic Conference title in the last 15 years.
Talk to Zac Clark for a couple of minutes and you’d swear he wishes the baseball season began tomorrow.
MILLIGAN COLLEGE — Tuesday night gave Milligan College its first bite of Appalachian Athletic Conference basketball this season. The taste was sweet.
It started out Tuesday afternoon that three new members were going to be inducted into the Johnson City Parks and Rec Wall of Fame.
There is no retirement tour for Matt Kenseth and he’s fine with it.
It appears the Johnson City Cardinals are turning back the clock in their general manager search.
NASHVILLE — A Tennessee State University football player has been dismissed from the team and expelled from the school for hitting a coach.
The attack Monday afternoon off the Australian coast left Charlie Fry with superficial puncture wounds on his right shoulder and upper arm.
SAVANNAH, Ga. — Just when the East Tennessee State basketball team needed a boost, Devontavius Payne provided it. And them some.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Joe Haden’s career revival in Pittsburgh is on hold, though maybe for not as long as the first-place Steelers feared.
It took quite some time, but Carlos Beltran finally got there, winning a World Series title after 20 seasons in the majors.
When the high school football season began in August, many Tri-Cities area teams had high hopes for a season to remember. Unfortunately none of those dreams lasted past the second round of the TSSAA playoffs.
East Tennessee State football coach Carl Torbush doesn’t get wrapped up in Chattanooga’s 2-8 overall record.
Tennessee interim coach Brady Hoke isn’t worrying about his own future. His focus is on the Volunteers’ seniors.