Which of the four TSSAA options for high school football is best? Actually it’s Option 5.
Even though football and girls soccer may be put on hold for a few weeks following the extension of Gov. Bill Lee’s state of emergency because of the coronavirus pandemic, volleyball marches on.
The Raiders scored 12 runs in the third and fourth innings to take a 15-10 win over The Boro in East Tennessee Summer Baseball League action Tuesday at Northeast Community Credit Union Field.
If the TSSAA Board of Control selects football season Option No. 1 or No. 2 on Wednesday, it could produce a Wild West scenario of teams scrambling to secure non-region games that benefit their programs financially.
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Say one thing for rising ETSU senior Jack Rhea: He knows how to pick golf courses.
After one year of sports at Southwest Virginia Community College, the school is canceling all fall sports seasons because of the coronavirus pandemic.
On June 13, the Varmint Half Marathon in Burke’s Garden, Virginia, took place safely under social distancing guidelines and some slight modifications to pre- and post-race procedures.
In 1926, Rogersville celebrated the first state championship in any team sport when the boys track and field team brought home the gold from the Tennessee Interscholastic Meet held in Knoxville.
In 1981, J.J. Kelly won the school’s only state championship in football — and no one saw it coming. Kelly was, after all, a baseball school.
Football has long been a staple in Gate City and a great source of pride for many. Great players and coaches have roamed the halls of the school, but one man made the Blue Devils into a powerhouse.
The Cyclones’ late rally and a walk-off win over the Volunteers on Thursday night capped East Tennessee Summer Baseball League action for the week.
Whether male or female, athletes who put on an Eastside basketball uniform have expectations placed upon them.
It’s often said a team learns more from a loss than a win. That’s the case for some of the teams from smaller schools competing in the East Tennessee Summer High School Baseball League.
GRAY — The Daniel Boone community has come together with an outpouring of support for Trailblazers football player Nate Rader, who was seriously injured after falling down an embankment while doing yard work Monday.