PRINCETON, W. Va.—Bringing a halt to a six-game losing streak, Elizabethton outlasted Princeton 7-6 in 11 innings during Tuesday night’s Appalachian League activity.
PULASKI, Va. — Down to their final out, the Johnson City Cardinals rallied for three runs to pull off an improbable 4-3 victory over the Pulaski Yankees on Tuesday at Calfee Park.
KINGSPORT — The Haley Price era at Dobyns-Bennett was ushered in with a resounding 3-0 sweep (25-7, 25-11, 25-16) over David Crockett on Tuesday night at the Buck Van Huss Dome in District 1-AAA volleyball action.
BRISTOL — Science Hill began its 2019 volleyball season Tuesday with a three-game sweep of District 1-AAA rival Tennessee High, but it was hardly easy.
Dirt track legend Scott Bloomquist has 604 victories over his racing career, but few are as special as the one last Friday night.
High school football always produces a few surprises along the way.
PULASKI, Va. — The Pulaski Yankees were as good as advertised. And now they are going to the playoffs.
PRINCETON, W. Va. — The Elizabethton Twins road record this season is less than good, and on Sunday afternoon at Hunnicutt Field, they dropped their fourth consecutive away game and fifth overall to the Princeton Rays, 4-2.
The District 1-AA volleyball scene has been owned by the Sullivan South Lady Rebels for many years, but this year may present some new challenges.
BRISTOL — It won’t go down as the greatest finish in Bristol Motor Speedway history. It won’t go down as the biggest upset in track history, either.
Johnson City Country Club has served as the home to business meetings, social functions, dinners, dances and most notably, the game of golf, for over a century.
The quarterback situation for the East Tennessee State football team is starting to clear itself up.
BRISTOL — Denny Hamlin continued his current hot streak on the NASCAR circuit and crushed Matt DiBenedetto’s hopes for a Cinderella ending.
BRISTOL —For the first time in the history of the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series playoffs, Jimmie Johnson could be sitting on the outside looking in.
DANVILLE, Va. — The completion a three-game Danville sweep ushered Elizabethton to its fourth consecutive one-run loss on Saturday night.