The Lady Warriors refused the drama and locked down Elizabethton for a 5-1 victory in the losers' bracket final of the District 1-AA tournament on the Warriors' field. It gave Happy Valley its first region berth since 2004.Comments
Photos from Monday's opening game between David Crockett and Daniel Boone and the nightcap between Science Hill and Dobyns-Bennett.Comments
How did things get to where a team could literally go 0-12 in the regular season and still have to be beaten twice to get eliminated from the district?Comments
Science Hill's baseball team was outhit 10-3 by Dobyns-Bennett on Monday night, but a little two-out magic went a long way for the Hilltoppers.Comments
Whatever changes have taken place, it looks like Unicoi County baseball is still in it to win it.Most significantly for Blue Devils coach Chad Gillis, the Erwin squad is in it for the next level.Comments
ELIZABETHTON - After Sullivan South shocked just about everybody, Unicoi County probably didn't surprise anyone.Comments
Vanessa Elliott slammed a two-run home run in the first inning and it set the tone for Science Hill in a 4-0 win over David Crockett in Monday's District 1-AAA softball tournament at Blountville Middle School.Comments
ETSU will play in the San Diego Regional at The Farms Golf Club in Rancho Santa Fe California.The regionals will beheld May 14-16.Comments
"This is probably the most fun I've ever had in any sport," Cox said Saturday night after her team, the Tri-Cities Thunder, beat the Nashville Valkyrie, 82-12, in its home opener at the Stone Castle.Comments
Joel Hetrick overcame a first-lap tangle and rode his Honda to a dominating win in Saturday's Mountain Dew ATV MX National Championship race at Muddy Creek Raceway.Comments
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