Editor’s note: This is the first of a three-part series of stories told by Ronnie Carter, who was executive director of the TSSAA for 23 years before retiring in 2009.
A.J. Merriweather says he felt bad for the East Tennessee State players who didn’t get a chance to play in this year’s canceled NCAA Tournament.
Editor’s Note: This is part of a series of year-in-review stories that will focus on the top achievements by area high schools in the 2019-20 athletic season.
Summer basketball is a time-bonded tradition, where high school teams basically play a mini-season to see what they will look like in the fall.
Bo Hodges’ time with the East Tennessee State basketball program is officially over.
Second in a three-part series on new Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame inductees who have left their marks on the Northeast Tennessee sports scene.
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Southern Conference Commissioner Jim Schaus unveiled his State of the Conference Address on Friday.
Jaycie Jenkins played just a couple of games in what most consider her best sport.
Joe Hugley might have been the most successful man on campus at East Tennessee State University this year.
Jason Shay joked Wednesday night that he might buy a new suit now that he’s making a little more money.
Tony Wallingford has experienced more success than most during his years at the helm of both the Milligan College golf and men’s basketball programs.
The Rebel Yell was never louder than the 2019-20 sports season.
New East Tennessee State basketball coach Jason Shay might get a chance to see his players soon.
For Milligan College, more than one piece of good news came out of the Appalachian Athletic Conference office on Monday afternoon.