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Not feeling any serious pain after taking a helmet to the knee, Ben Royster walked off the field at Bearden under his own power. [Read More]
Cocke County's first offensive snap in Friday's IMAC football jamboree told the story. [Read More]
All it took was one play. [Read More]
Morristown East remains unsettled at multiple spots, but there's one void which stands out among the rest. [Read More]
Riley Menees didn't split time on goal with the 2017 District 2-AAA Goalkeeper of the Year for nothing. [Read More]
Jefferson County might not have the depth, but the drive is a far different story. [Read More]
Kevin Campbell's scorecard wasn't the only reason his coach lauded him. [Read More]
Savannah Haney has played with the state's best, and now her goal is to rank even higher among them. [Read More]
If Monday was any indication, Hamblen County will be well represented come tournament time. [Read More]
Zack Young knows he's in a daily battle for the starting quarterback role, but there's one major advantage he possesses over his competition. [Read More]
Alvin Sanders now has the film to show his players just how they matched up against a top tier opponent. [Read More]
Zach Reese tried his hardest to deflect the credit away from himself, but he couldn't hide his enjoyment of knowing that others outside the Jefferson... [Read More]
DANDRIDGE —Tyler Shaver had already made a name for himself as a closer for Jefferson County in his junior season, and he was just getting... [Read More]
Morristown's run may be over, but it won't soon be forgotten. [Read More]
Stiel Lovin told his pitcher he would throw a gem, but the Morristown coach couldn't have predicted what Malakhi Isom had up his sleeve. [Read More]
For two extra innings, the Morristown All-Stars faced defeat with two opposing runners on base only to escape the jam and force another frame. [Read More]
The heat affected several Morristown players, but the opposing bats eventually took an even greater toll. [Read More]
The pitcher's circle wasn't the only place Briony Bunsic's arm came in handy. [Read More]
Mikaela Olodey's bat was dangerous, but her arm and awareness behind the dish were lethal. [Read More]
When Bryson Purkey gets on base, don't expect him to stay put very long. [Read More]