April is past the halfway point, which means the postseason picture is starting to come into focus.
Dobyns-Bennett will have to navigate through the sharp teeth of a tough schedule in a nine-day stretch.
Living on the edge.
Tennessee High’s baseball team is 8-1 on the season, but that’s not the most impressive thing.
Basketball ended rather quietly from a Northeast Tennessee perspective on Saturday.
High School football might have a little different look for the 2018 season.
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.