Perhaps before Luke Meade gets to walk across the stage, he may have to match the 15,248 miles Forest Gump ran in the blockbuster movie.
The following is part of an ongoing series looking at past outstanding performers called “BackTrack: Exploring Lost Track and Field Legends” from Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
If Ronnie Carter wanted to shoot for the moon, why not blast off from a stadium with such a rich history that it was the site where a 17-year-old girl struck out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig in succession?
Nobody has more fun doing his or her job than former Daniel Boone cross county and track coach George Moody.
The Big 7 Conference track meet was supposed to be held on Friday at Science Hill, but due to the cancellation of spring sports by the TSSAA, the meet will not happen this year.
An event that folks usually look forward to every four years is the Summer Olympics.
High school sports in Tennessee suffered arguably the toughest blow in their history Wednesday.
Improvement in large chunks in distance running is something that is continually harder and harder to do the further down the line you go.
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.”
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of a two-part series about Frank Hare. Today’s article focuses on his playing days and crossing paths with famous people.
Springtime is usually a crazy chase for area athletic directors, but Daniel Boone’s Danny Good has different things on his plate these days.
Despite the spring season being cut short, Milligan College’s athletics department still has plenty to celebrate regarding success from the 2019-2020 season.
I think it is important to keep some degree of fandom in life even if you do have a job with the media that covers sports.