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If Thursday was a preview of the effort to come in regionals, Raymond Farmer has reason to be optimistic. [Read More]
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Sterling Morgan just might start listening to Lauren Eccles a little more now. [Read More]
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Ibby Petre strengthened her case to be named District 2-AAA Forward of the Year again. [Read More]
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Jefferson took away the off-tackle, and in doing so took home the Sugar Bowl trophy. [Read More]
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This time, East Ridge wasn't leaving the field without a championship trophy. [Read More]
Zack Young's leadership faced the ultimate test when Morristown West went to the locker room for halftime on Friday night. [Read More]
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Kris Hawkins did in fact hear the public address announcement stating he had broken 1,000 yards for the season, but he still had three more... [Read More]
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Jennifer Murphy's observation was simple — working hard makes all the difference. [Read More]
Quality, not quantity, is currently the focus in practice for Jefferson County. [Read More]
If Kyle Carter can find an opening, look out. [Read More]
Mattie Dollar proved exactly why her coach trusts her on goal in any situation. [Read More]
Walters State's first home match went exactly the way head coach Megan Blaylock had envisioned – a packed house with the entire team contributing. [Read More]
Between Zaylan Frias and Tison Johnson, it's become a case of pick your poison for opposing defenses. [Read More]
Having anchored the line for the past two years, Daylon Talley got his payoff. [Read More]
Kris Hawkins claimed it wasn't his best game, even when his stat line said otherwise. [Read More]
Dylan Isaacs isn't sure how to compare Sevierville Golf Club's difficulty to that of The Country Club. [Read More]
In terms of the opponent's offensive scheme, Jefferson County is going from one extreme to the other this week. [Read More]
This group of Meadowview Vikings decided to trudge forward and not look back, burning the boat as they set foot on the land of victory. [Read More]
Trenton Johnston's first year at running back couldn't be going much better as of late. [Read More]
Miscues hurt Jefferson County more than Bearden's passing attack ever did. [Read More]
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