There is little doubt Knox Fulton was the better football team in Friday’s Class 4A state quarterfinal game, but it should also be noted Greeneville had a real opportunity for an upset.Comments
Hunter Hensley scored 12 points, making 4 of 5 three-point attempts and handed out eight assists as Science Hill opened the Big Seven Conference schedule with a 63-46 victory at Daniel BooneComments
Xavier Hawkins and Penny Smith put on a two-man show in the first half, and Knox Fulton beat Greeneville 40-20 in a TSSAA Class 4A state quarterfinal football contest Friday nightComments
Science Hill quarterback Malik McGue was chosen as the Big Seven Conference player of the year by the league on Friday.Comments
When he was a sophomore, Trevor Wright followed in the seniors’ footsteps on the path to a state football championship. Two years later, the Greeneville senior is trying to repay in kind.Comments
Tianna Tarter scored 10 of her 21 points in the fourth quarter, Gabby Lyon recorded her third straight double-double and Baylee Head made three 3-pointers en route to 11 points to lift Science Hill past Elizabethton.Comments
Elizabethton's Zeke Clark delivered a buzzer-beater from some 45 feet out to give the Cyclones a 62-59 win over Science Hill on Tuesday.Comments
Doing its best Syracuse impression and playing in a 2-3 zone for the majority of the contest, Unicoi County held David Crockett to 19 points in the first half in a 66-49 boys’ basketball victory.Comments
Science Hill and Elizabethton’s girls basketball teams will meet tonight in the Hilltoppers’ gym in a game between a state finalist and state semifinalist from last season.Comments
"There aren't great victories unless you beat great programs" — Belmont coach Rick Byrd.Comments
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