Playoff time is getting very close for high school football teams, so let’s take a look at the matchups that may be on the horizon.
After last year’s close call, Science Hill once again sets its sights on a state golf title.
For the Northeast Tennessee teams who haven’t had their bye week, the regular season is halfway over.
Beginning with Friday night’s games and running through Sept. 30, area high school football coaches, players and fans can help the fight against childhood cancer.
One of the things coming out of the TSSAA’s reclassification was scheduling quirks.
Human nature generally causes fans to see the first game of the season and exaggerate everything. But there are so many variables that go into the opening game, it’s usually not the best place to get an accurate read on things.
Like other high school football teams in Northeast Tennessee, Science Hill is ready to go.
Countdown to kickoff stood at just 10 days on Monday.
Blowout scores in soccer have been eliminated by the TSSAA.
Counting pitches in baseball will get a little offseason scrutiny by the TSSAA.
Daniel Boone had its 25-game softball winning streak snapped by Christian Academy of Knoxville during the Tiny Day Classic in Greeneville on Friday.
Unicoi County holds the state record for consecutive victories in baseball, but a Middle Tennessee team is creeping into the Blue Devils’ territory.
There is hot, and there is red hot. And then there’s Cas Blevins.
Coaches in all sports seem to be fond of saying, “It’s the most balanced this league has ever been.”