KINGSPORT — He’s the biggest of the bigs, and Cam Necessary can’t wait for a chance to displace a few defensive linemen this season.
CHURCH HILL — Volunteer senior wide receiver Peyton Derrick may be small in stature, but he’s got one of the biggest motors on the football field each Friday night.
Blake Austin decided to stay close to home to further his football career. The 6-foot-4, 280-pound lineman from Science Hill High School signed with East Tennessee State on Wednesday afternoon in a ceremony at the new Science Hill Gym.
With rosters full of football players from Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, the FCA All-Star game will be held next week.
Jeremy Houseright, a Gate City graduate, is only the sixth football coach to be hired at Gate City since 1956.
The Scott County School Board met Tuesday and planned to name an individual to replace Chris Akers as the head of the Blue Devil football program. By late Tuesday night, the school board had not made their decision.
COOKEVILLE — Greeneville rolled to its second straight TSSAA Class 4A state football championship with a 56-21 blowout of Haywood on Thursday evening at Tennessee Tech University.
JONESBOROUGH — Hayden Chandley admits it’s tough to believe where his David Crockett football team is these days.
Only the Bucs get a unanimous tip of the cap from the panel, which is split on whether David Crockett, Union, J.I. Burton and Ridgeview can pull off victories in their high school playoff games.
There’s not a lot of mystery for Daniel Boone as it marches into the second round of the TSSAA Class 5A football playoffs.
A lot of familiar foes will square off this weekend when the high school football postseason opens in Southwest Virginia.
Micah Robinson hauled in two touchdown passes, including a 12-yard game-winner in overtime, as the undefeated Pioneers survived an upset bid from Knoxville Halls in the opening round of the TSSAA Class 5A football playoffs.
The race is on as Tanner Cook, Douglas Fritz and Joe Avento are all tied atop the standings. It’ll be up to Sullivan South, Virginia, Virginia Tech and the Titans to divide the pack.
Dobyns-Bennett's football team closed out its season Friday night with a 22-13 Region 1-6A win against Jefferson County on Senior Night at J. Fred Johnson Stadium in Kingsport.
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The Indians (3-6, 2-3 Region 1-6A) — out of playoff contention for the first time since 1992 — face Jefferson County (4-5, 0-5) at J. Fred Johnson Stadium at 7:30 p.m.