Yes it is July, but believe it or not the 2018-19 high school sports season begins Monday.
A change to the pitcher’s starting point on the mound for the 2019 high school baseball season doesn’t appear it will have much of an impact locally.
When May comes, the real season begins.
Here’s the rundown for what area teams might be facing as they try to navigate the softball road to Murfreesboro for the Spring Fling.
April is past the halfway point, which means the postseason picture is starting to come into focus.
Dobyns-Bennett will have to navigate through the sharp teeth of a tough schedule in a nine-day stretch.
Living on the edge.
Tennessee High’s baseball team is 8-1 on the season, but that’s not the most impressive thing.
Basketball ended rather quietly from a Northeast Tennessee perspective on Saturday.
High School football might have a little different look for the 2018 season.
Postseason basketball is upon the area, so it’s time to take a look at which teams seemed to be best suited for the most postseason success.
With the regular season bearing down on the final two weeks, here’s a look at some surprises, or hopes realized, in area basketball conferences.
With most of the regular season in the books, area basketball fans have a gauge for what the district tournaments will look like.
It’s a rare thing when teams have to wait until almost the end of January before they get the first look at a league opponent.
Area basketball fans usually do a good job supporting both the boys and girls programs.