Postseason basketball is upon the area, so it’s time to take a look at which teams seemed to be best suited for the most postseason success.
With the regular season bearing down on the final two weeks, here’s a look at some surprises, or hopes realized, in area basketball conferences.
With most of the regular season in the books, area basketball fans have a gauge for what the district tournaments will look like.
It’s a rare thing when teams have to wait until almost the end of January before they get the first look at a league opponent.
Area basketball fans usually do a good job supporting both the boys and girls programs.
Trevor Hensley has certainly made an impact on Unicoi County basketball.
When the Arby’s Classic started, it was a face in the crowd.
Elizabethton moved up the dates for its Chick Fil-A Holiday Classic this year, so it won’t be going head to head with the Arby’s Classic.
The Science Hill boys’ basketball team will get quite a test Friday as the Hilltoppers open play in their own Roundball in the Palace tournament.
Football season has come down to one game for six public-school teams.
Basketball season got off to a quick start, which has become the standard ever since the TSSAA opened the doors for a flood of Hall of Champions games.
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.
Cloudland will enter Friday’s Class 1A football playoff contest as the underdog, but the Highlanders can match just about any team when it comes to postseason coaching experience.
It’s playoff week in Tennessee, and every team in the mix has the right to believe it has a shot at reaching Cookeville for the state football championships.
There is still one week remaining for high school football teams to put an exclamation point on the regular season.