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Bucs' first group of recruits has home-state flavor

February 5th, 2014 10:50 pm by Trey Williams

Of ETSU's initial 47-player class, 35 are from Tennessee, including David Crockett’s Colt Jenkins, Elizabethton’s Adam Mullins and Terrence Turner and Science Hill’s Chance Pierce and Gad Nagba.

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Districts sure to be interesting after wild finish

Districts sure to be interesting after wild finish

February 1st, 2014 10:56 pm by Douglas Fritz

In one way, it was a shame Unicoi County’s game against Sullivan South had to end with such a controversial finish. In another way, it set the stage for what promises to be a very entertaining District 1-AA basketball tournament, which is less than two w

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Hoops takes Crowder around the world

Hoops takes Crowder around the world

February 1st, 2014 7:29 pm by Trey Williams

Nick Crowder doesn’t remember playing double-digit minutes on his seventh-grade team at Indian Trail, but It was a toe in the water leading to a career overseas that would’ve still been almost impossible to foresee for the vast majority of his teen years.

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Title or not, Tarter already one of the best

Title or not, Tarter already one of the best

January 27th, 2014 9:47 pm by Douglas Fritz

Tianna Tarter and the Science Hill's girls basketball team are once again good enough to threaten for a state championship, but the Lady 'Toppers senior point guard doesn't need a state title to prove she's one the best.

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FGCU far from underacheiving

FGCU far from underacheiving

January 17th, 2014 6:46 pm by Kelly Hodge

There’s a sense in some basketball quarters this season that Florida Gulf Coast is underachieving. Maybe that’s what happens when an anonymous mid-major makes a big splash at the NCAA tournament, and doesn’t pick up where it left off.

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Dyer closing in on three decades of success at East

Dyer closing in on three decades of success at East

January 15th, 2014 8:01 pm by Douglas Fritz

It took time, sweat, and a lot of determination, but John Dyer has become one of the most respected coaches in Northeast Tennessee basketball history.

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State rankings usually aren’t true reflection

State rankings usually aren’t true reflection

January 13th, 2014 8:58 pm by Douglas Fritz

State basketball rankings are good conversation pieces, and they do tell a story — although the conclusion isn't revealed until it's settled on the court.

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Shelton takes over at Walters State

January 11th, 2014 5:41 pm by Trey Williams

It was announced this week that Joey Seaver is taking a job as pitching coach with the Texas Rangers organization, and David Shelton, who spent a decade on Campbell’s staff with Seaver, has been named the Senators’ head coach.

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Wilson yet to rediscover shooting touch

Wilson yet to rediscover shooting touch

January 10th, 2014 7:11 pm by Kelly Hodge

Lester Wilson still has the prettiest jumper in the gym, but the shots have gotten increasingly difficult to dial in. Consequently, you don’t see Wilson shooting nearly as often this season.

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Science Hill still streaking despite attrition

Science Hill still streaking despite attrition

January 8th, 2014 8:58 pm by Trey Williams

Any transfer of power in the Big Seven Conference is still a work in progress. Science Hill overcame 28 points from former Hilltoppers point guard Patrick Good and 15 from fellow Science Hill transfer Brendan Coleman for a 74-65 victory on Tuesday at Sci

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