Mike Locke is stepping down while stepping up.
The following is part of a special series looking at past outstanding performers called “BackTrack: Exploring Lost Track and Field Legends of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.”
Jonathan Michael Morton II had state championship stuff for the 2019-20 school year.
Sometimes timing is everything, and for former East Tennessee State soccer star Aaron Schoenfeld, it couldn’t have been better.
William Byron was virtually unstoppable in the Food City Showdown at the virtual Bristol Motor Speedway.
Tre Morrisette kept working to get better.
It’s nowhere as exciting as the real thing, but it’s the best thing we have in sports right now.
John Fulkerson is the first name that comes to mind when hearing the words of Tennessee basketball coach Rick Barnes.
Basketball ended more abruptly than Kayla Marosites anticipated, but the result meant a new life direction started sooner.
Quay Holmes has always seemed mature beyond his years, so his actions during the coronavirus pandemic shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Caleb Moore has seen a lot of things during his career as a baseball player and coach, but nothing prepared him for what the sports world is going through these days.
It’s a different world as Timmy Hill and Garrett Smithley are heavily favored over Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson in the Food City Showdown for the NASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series at the virtual Bristol Motor Speedway.
The cream has risen to the top at Bristol Motor Speedway over the last decade.
Offers keep rolling in, and Prince Kollie is trying to stay grounded and humble.
For the first time in 27 years, Milligan College held the task of selecting someone to serve as its women’s head basketball coach.