With the regular season in the books, here is a brief look at some of the unexpected things that stood out in the 2019-20 basketball season — ranked in order of the level of surprise.
With district basketball tournaments beginning next week, teams have stated their cases for postseason success.
At this point, it’s easy to see which basketball teams are deep-run threats for the postseason based on their pristine records.
Sullivan South has been one of the area’s best basketball teams this season, but the Rebels’ body of work probably hasn’t gotten the notice it deserves.
How good is Science Hill in boys’ basketball?
It’s Definition Week for some area basketball teams.
It’s a new year in more ways than one.
It’s still December, but Tuesday’s game in Blountville packs a pretty good punch.
While Elizabethton will take some time to enjoy its Class 4A state football championship, the rest of the area teams can look ahead to 2020.
When Tennessee High won the second of its back-to-back football titles in 1972, there was reason to believe this little corner of the state would be well represented in the championship chase for years to come.
Since the TSSAA adopted a statewide playoff plan for football in 1976, District 1 schools haven’t enjoyed a lot of deep-run success.
At this stage of the high school football season, every team carries reasons to believe it can go further.
Cade Larkins will get a chance to set records at a different level while staying close to home.
It could be a dandy spring for area high school baseball.
Which game provides the best ticket purchase Friday?