Yes it is July, but believe it or not the 2018-19 high school sports season begins Monday.
Competitors usually have one view of Dobyns-Bennett’s Sasha Neglia — the back of her jersey.
The accomplishments of former Milligan College track/cross country runner Hannah Segrave continue to resonate.
With most of the regular season in the books, area basketball fans have a gauge for what the district tournaments will look like.
1. Tennessee coaching situation
Getting any kind of athletic program to flourish is hard enough. Building an athletic program, one that’s been nonexistent for nearly two decades, from the ground up is a much taller order.
The Milligan College women’s cross country team and Appalachian Athletic Conference Freshman Male Runner of the Year Nathan Baker made big splashes at the NAIA National Championships over the weekend in Vancouver, Washington.
After a couple of years of suffering from compartment syndrome that derailed her sophomore and junior seasons, David Crockett senior cross country runner Breanna Roy did not believe that anyone was still interested in her.
Local residents along the Nolichucky River and members of American Whitewater have recently started working to “keep the Nolichucky free-flowing” for generations to come.
It was business as usual for the Milligan College women’s cross country team two weeks ago as they took home their 14th Appalachian Athletic Conference title in the last 15 years.
The Milligan College women’s volleyball team opens the first round of the Appalachian Athletic Conference tournament with Union College on Thursday at the Meadowview Marriott Center in Kingsport.
NASHVILLE — A decade later, the University High boys are back on top.