MURFREESBORO — Dobyns-Bennett's duo of Willa Rogers and Lainey Hill achieved their goal of making it to the final match of the TSSAA Large Schools girls doubles state championships.
Science Hill’s run toward the state team tennis tournament fell one match short as Bearden earned 4-1 decision in the Class AAA quarterfinals Thursday in Knoxville.
SEVIERVILLE — A scorching day at the Sevierville City Park on Monday produced one title for local high school tennis teams at the Region 1 Large schools singles and doubles tournament.
TUSCULUM — The Dobyns-Bennett girls’ tennis team is back on top for the first time since 2012 as the Lady Indians soundly defeated Greeneville 7-0 in the Region 1-AAA team championship on Friday evening at Tusculum College.
SEVIERVILLE — Science Hill had been waiting five years for this. The Hilltoppers weren't about to wait any longer.
The District 1 large school tennis tournament on the campus of Science Hill at the Liberty Bell Tennis Complex had to be pushed back a day due to the rain, but the athletes got a glorious day to play on Wednesday afternoon.
KINGSPORT — The Dobyns-Bennett girls tennis team won the Big 9 Conference reglar season championship on Tuesday night, defeating rival Science Hill 5-4.
BRISTOL — Playing without its No. 4 player, Science Hill defeated four-time defending state champion Tennessee High on Friday at the Ida Stone Jones Tennis Center to capture the Big Nine Conference boys' tennis title.
A pair of additions at the top has Science Hill’s tennis team thinking big this season.
There’s youth, and there’s a hope for good things to come for Science Hill’s girls tennis team.
Science Hill’s tennis team knows there is a giant looming in Northeast Tennessee.
MURFREESBORO — Andrew Morton didn't win the district tennis title, but in a testament to his ability to deal with adversity he still made it to the state championship match.
MURFREESBORO — When match point was finished, Danielle Vines celebrated with a shout that seemed to echo throughout three seasons of total dominance.
Andrew Morton got through a tough second set, finally getting past Germantown Houston’s Joe George in the quarterfinals of the boys’ state singles tennis tournament Thursday.