David Crockett’s Cade Larkins passed for 2,691 yards in the regular season to finish in the top spot of the statistical list.
David Crockett’s Prince Kollie has an excellent shot at a 1,000-yard receiving season, needing just 23 yards this week to reach the milestone.
David Crockett likes to ride the friendly skies, and receiver Donta Hackler is one of the beneficiaries of that approach.
Unicoi County’s Kody Lewis stands in the No. 2 spot in both rushing yards and touchdowns this season.
Sullivan South had its bye last week, but running back Julian Reed maintained his lead as the area’s top rusher and touchdown scorer.
Cade Larkins is the area’s leader in passing yardage, but the David Crockett standout is being chased by Science Hill’s Connor Batchelder.
There were a lot of standout statistical performances in high school baseball during the regular season.
Home runs were flying and runs were scoring, but there were also some nifty pitching performances in area high school softball this season.
Dobyns-Bennett has been able to threaten the top three softball teams in the Big Seven Conference this season, and pitcher Morgan Riffle is a big reason for it.
It’s getting close to the end of the regular season, and area baseball players have put up some superb numbers.
Science Hill’s softball team has a strong offense, and right in the middle of the mix is standout Kasey Bennett.
Dobyns-Bennett took over first place in the Big Seven Conference with Tuesday’s win over Science Hill, and the Indians boast one of the area’s top home run hitters.
Unicoi County has been one of the area’s best softball teams this season, and Allee Griffith has taken advantage to rack up 16 wins.
Science Hill took an important step forward in the Big Seven Conference with Tuesday’s win over Tennessee High, and Landon Slemp’s three-run double was a big part of the win.
Daniel Boone’s baseball team has battled tooth and nail with the traditional leaders in the Big Seven Conference, and pitcher Cade Elliot is a big part of their success.