Bradley Central defeated Science Hill 40-30 Friday evening in an early season showdown of top state wrestling programs at the Moffat duals.
Bolstered by multiple wins from Dustin Niebauer and Matthew Potter, Science Hill’s boys claimed victory in Friday’s swimming/diving meet at Freedom Hall.
ROGERSVILLE —Jared Adkins hit four shots outside the 3-point arc as part of a 26-point performance as Daniel Boone took a 61-55 road win over Cherokee in Three Rivers Conference boys’ basketball action on Friday night.
KINGSPORT—It was a jam-packed Friday in the water for Science Hill, which took its divers to the East Tennessee Classic at Dobyns-Bennett and its swimmers to Blacksburg, Virginia.
HAMPTON — Conor Jones threw a pair of touchdowns and Hayden Birchfield passed for another as Hampton romped to a 53-0 win over Cosby to capture the No. 1 seed for Region 1-2A in the upcoming TSSAA playoffs.
BLUFF CITY—For the second consecutive season, a win over Sullivan North has rescued Sullivan East from a winless campaign.
ROAN MOUNTAIN — Hunter Shell went 5 for 10 passing with a touchdown and had an interception on defense as Cloudland whipped Jellico 50-28 on Friday night at Orr Field.
ELIZABETHTON — The Lady Cyclones won a nonconference volleyball match against Happy Valley 25-12, 25-7 and 25-7 behind a balanced offensive attack.
GREENEVILLE—Chelsea Sams unloaded a grand slam in a seven-run second inning for Sullivan East, which went on to dismiss Greeneville 8-4 on Tuesday in the Region 1-AA softball semifinals.
Sejal Neas and Kara Weems locked horns for a good old-fashioned pitching duel on Monday.
Michael Harrah and Hunter Smith combined to pitch a two-hitter and strike out 11 batters on Saturday, propelling Happy Valley to a 10-2 conquest of the FCA Flames.
GREENEVILLE—Kara Weems homered and logged a successful outing from the circle on Friday night, helping David Crockett’s softball team edge Unicoi County 4-3 in the annual Tiny Day-Red Edmonds Invitational.
It’s been University High’s year in District 1-A soccer.
BLUFF CITY—Up 7-3 after scoring five times in the top of the sixth inning, Elizabethton was in command.
The Daniel Boone boys soccer team got on the board early and often in Monday’s non-conference 6-1 home win over Tri-Cities Christian.