Sports

Two Pitchers Work Together as Coalfield Shuts Out Midway

The Coalfield Lady Jackets defeated the Midway Lady Waves 10-0 on Thursday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Coalfield secured the victory thanks to six runs in the third inning. The Lady Jackets big bats were led by Anna Smith, Taylor Landrum, Lindsey Maston and Mikayla Heidel, all …

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TSSAA to review state tournament schedule

COVID-19 concerns may impact future games Middle Tennessee State University released a statement earlier today detailing contingency plans they are putting in place out of concern for COVID-19. Many of these changes impact students and class schedules. University offices and services are expected to remain open and operational. “While our …

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2020 Oak Ridge Wildlife Management Area Turkey Hunts

Gallaher Bend and North Boundary greenway closures OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (March 9, 2020) – The Gallaher Bend and North Boundary greenways will be closed to the public for a few weekends in March and April due to scheduled turkey hunts on the Oak Ridge Wildlife Management Area (ORWMA). The hunts …

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Oneida defeats Harriman for District 3-A Championship

In the District 3-A Championship game last night at Roane State Community College, saw the Oneida Indians win their first District Title since 2000 with a 59-57 victory over the Harriman Blue Devils.  But the way the game started you wouldn’t have thought it would be that close.  The Indians …

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Darell Keith Hired as the New Clinton Football Coach

New Clinton Head Coach, Darell Keith The Clinton Dragons have hired their new football coach to head up the program. 53-year-old Darell Keith has been named Head Coach at Clinton High School according to Athletic Director Brad Collette. Coach Keith comes to Clinton after two-years as head coach at Todd …

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2019 BlueCross Bowl Rewind

Highlights from the nine-game gridiron spectacle in Cookeville The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association wrapped its 10th year of BlueCross Bowl state football championships in Cookeville over the weekend, with some of the state’s most storied programs adding to their heritage and student-athletes from all parts of the state leaving …

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Board of Control conducts November meeting in Hermitage

Action taken on postseason penalties, middle school tournaments November 14, 2019 The TSSAA Board of Control met on Thursday, November 14 at the TSSAA office building in Hermitage. The Board heard an update on the recent fall sport tournaments events in golf, volleyball, girls’ soccer, cross country and the upcoming …

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