Eastside junior Garrett Whited is the Times News/Johnson City Press Southwest Virginia player of the week after helping his team to an exciting Cumberland District win over Thomas Walker last Friday night.
Daniel Boone needed a win to secure the second seed in next week’s Big 6 volleyball tournament. The Lady Trailblazers got what they were looking for Tuesday night against rival David Crockett.
Science Hill wrapped up the regular-season District 1-AAA girls soccer title Tuesday night, but Dobyns-Bennett made sure it didn’t come easy.
The Dobyns-Bennett volleyball team completed an undefeated run through the Big 6 Conference on Tuesday with a 25-12, 25-21, 25-15 win over Tennessee High inside the Buck Van Huss Dome.
Former Coeburn and King star Hannah Light was recently named the new coach of the John Battle softball squad.
The Tri-Cities region made its presence felt Tuesday in the TSSAA Large Class Golf Championships at WillowBrook Golf Course.
Elizabethton senior Corey Russell racked up 367 total yards and scored five touchdowns to earn the Times News/Johnson City Press 5-star player of the week honor.
Sullivan South’s volleyball team did the celebrating on Science Hill’s Senior Night, but the Lady Rebels had to earn it.
After winning by just a single stroke against Hampton a year ago, University High’s boys golf team romped to a 25-stroke victory over the Bulldogs on Monday in the Small Schools District 1 tournament.
Also in this week’s Northeast Tennessee Notes, the Dobyns-Bennett volleyball team is looking to cap an undefeated run through the Big 6.
It was all about balance Saturday for Charleston’s for volleyball team, which claimed a 25-18, 25-22, 25-18 win at Virginia-Wise.
Heat and humidity were the story of the 27th Bristol Cross at Steele Creek Park on Saturday morning, but that didn’t faze area teams competing on the hilly, double-loop course.
Among other games Friday night, Morristown West won a wild one at Cherokee, Ridgeview bowled over Lee High and Castlewood edged Rye Cove.
The Blue Devils posted their first shutout since last year’s contest with Claiborne.
So dominant was Boone’s ground game, Charlie Cole and teammate Easton Harrell combined for nearly 500 yards rushing before taking 13 yards worth of losses on the final four plays to finish with 479.