For David Crockett’s Addisyn Rowe, a runner-up finish in the high jump at the TSSAA State Track and Field Championships last year left her feeling like she had some unfinished business.
As Milligan’s track and field athletes spent last week wrapping up their training in preparation for this week’s NAIA National Outdoor Championships, they did so with a couple of valuable training aids: heat and humidity.
Summer is near, but Spring Fling is here.
Ben Varghese won a pair of events on his own and also helped Daniel Boone win the boys’ 4x800 relay at the Class AAA Sectional Track Meet on Saturday in Knoxville.
East Tennessee State University athletes won the top two awards at the Southern Conference outdoor track & field meet on Friday.
The new Downtown Mile was announced Tuesday during a news conference at Yee-Haw Brewing Company. The race is scheduled for June 7 in Johnson City.
Three athletes from East Tennessee State University were chosen as the Southern Conference athletes of the month in their respective sports, the league announced on Monday.
After a fairly quick seven-week jaunt through the regular season, the postseason — a.k.a. May Madness — has arrived for spring sports teams.
Milligan College's Hannah Segrave received a special proclamation by the Tennessee State Senate for her athletic accomplishments Thursday morning at Milligan's annual awards convocation.
It's hard to believe it now, but Hannah Segrave arrived at Milligan College from Middlesbrough, England, as a lightly regarded 400-meter runner.
Area 3 Special Olympics 2017 Track and Field Games opened Thursday with all the pomp, ceremony and excitement the East Tennessee State UniversityMountain States Health Alliance Athletic Center could hold.
Milligan track and field coach Chris Layne couldn’t be much happier coming off of last weekend’s Appalachian Athletic Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
Northeast Tennessee’s Area 3 Special Olympics 2017 Track and Field Games will play out Thursday and Friday in Mountain States Health Alliance Athletic Center mini-dome at East Tennessee State University.
Unicoi County holds the state record for consecutive victories in baseball, but a Middle Tennessee team is creeping into the Blue Devils’ territory.