With three weeks remaining in high school football season in Southwest Virginia, the postseason picture is starting to take a little bit of shape. Nothing is set in stone, however, and plenty of scenarios still could come to fruition with upsets.
The TSSAA state volleyball tournament got underway Tuesday morning at the Murphy Center on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro.
A magical season came to an end for the Daniel Boone volleyball team in a five-set elimination match against Cleveland late Tuesday night.
The Sullivan South volleyball team, making its 31st appearance in the TSSAA tournament, settled for a split of its Day 1 matches in Murfreesboro.
Dobyns-Bennett advanced to a winners’ bracket showdown with Brentwood by beating Ravenwood and Houston on Day 1 of the TSSAA Class AAA volleyball tournament in Murfreesboro.
Tusculum controlled the front line with 45 kills and 11 blocks in a South Atlantic Conference sweep of host Virginia-Wise on Tuesday at the Prior Convocation Center.
Area football teams set their sights each season on reaching the playoffs. But having a first-round home game usually means a great deal in terms of advancing.
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Winning can become a habit, as last year’s East Tennessee State football team proved. This year, the Bucs are showing the reverse can be true.
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Four volleyball teams from our region — Dobyns-Bennett and Daniel Boone in Class AAA, Sullivan South in Class AA and South Greene in Class A — open state tournament play Tuesday in Murfreesboro.
Sometimes it really is the little things, like a point-after kick, that make all the difference. Such was the case in Saturday’s SAC game between Tusculum and Virginia-Wise at Carl Smith Stadium.
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Grainger's Dawson Holt rushed for 200 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Grizzlies to a 38-19 Region 1-4A win over Sullivan Central on Friday night in Blountville. Will Nottingham threw a pair of touchdown passes — one each to Bryson Crabtree
Other winners Friday night included Daniel Boone, Rye Cove, J.I. Burton, Eastside, Castlewood, Gate City, Ridgeview and Honaker.