Just like at most every other high school across the nation, Gate City seniors will not have a chance to represent their schools on baseball, softball and soccer fields or tennis courts or tracks this spring.
“I’m just trying to beat the odds, just trying to prove everybody wrong. I feel like I’m always playing with a chip on my shoulder.”
Through toughness, Mark Palmer starred on the football field at Ervinton. He also has used that toughness in his coaching career to help him rebuild struggling programs.
Never count Dobyns-Bennett junior Jackson Hurst out of a wrestling match.
The 1980s started slowly for Dobyns-Bennett football, but there was lot of success before the decade was over.
The Pinty’s U.S. Short Track Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway has been rescheduled for Sept. 26 because of the coronavirus pandemic, track officials announced Tuesday.
VHSL Class 2 girls basketball state champion Gate City continues to make its mark across the commonwealth. On Tuesday, Lady Blue Devils junior Sarah Thompson was named the Class 2 player of the year and Gate City’s Kelly Houseright was voted coach of the year.
The Hawkins County Rescue Squad announced Monday that the 28th annual Ralph Stanton Memorial Bass Tournament is still on for Saturday, although there have been a few changes to keep up with COVID-19 precautions.
Bruton Smith, who built Bristol Motor Speedway and Dragway into a world-renowned sports and entertainment venue, will be inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame in June.
It took one game for Courtney Whitson to show that NCAA Division I basketball wasn’t too big for her.
A none-too-successful trip to Cincinnati became the start of one of Southwest Virginia’s most successful youth sports programs.
William Byron isn’t surprised by how serious the competition in the eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series has become.
The first edition of the Times News All-Decade team comes from the 1970s. With Tom Pugh and Fred Walton as coaches, the Indians posted five seasons of nine wins or better.
Sometimes timing is everything, and for former East Tennessee State soccer star Aaron Schoenfeld, it couldn’t have been better.
After a loss in the Region 1 final, Dobyns-Bennett junior Tre Morrisette went back to work — and wrestled his way to a state championship.