Saturday night at Tucker Stadium, the Cyclones didn’t leave a whisper of a doubt. Eighty-one years after the only state football championship in school history, the Cyclones crushed Springfield 30-6 in the TSSAA Class 4A finals.
Opportunity is pounding at the door so hard for Elizabethton that the hinges are coming loose.
Most people like Taters, especially around Thanksgiving.
The high school football season continues this weekend with the state semifinals in Tennessee and the regional championship games in Virginia. But, for our team of pigskin prognosticators, the battle is over.
When the season began, Bryson Rollins was expected to be a good player on a pretty good team.
The defending Class 2 state champion G-Men (10-2) traveled to Big Stone Gap Friday night and trounced Union 48-7 in the Region 2D semifinals.Graham's win at Bullitt Park avenged an early season loss to the Bears on their home turf in Bluefield and
Can the Indians continue their postseason run? The answer to that question has our panel divided in this week’s football picks.
Here are your Sports Live Friday Night finals from high school football playoff games in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia on Friday, Nov. 15:
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Behind an unstoppable Julian Reed and a big stop by the defense, Sullivan South pulled out a 28-24 victory over East Hamilton on Friday night in the first round of the TSSAA Class 4A football playoffs.
Phillip Armitage scored three touchdowns — two by air and one on the ground — to lead Dobyns-Bennett to a 35-7 win over William Blount in the opening round of the TSSAA Class 6A playoffs Friday at J. Fred Johnson Stadium. Dalton Harkleroad and
Here are your Sports Live Friday Night final scores from high school football action in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia on Friday, Nov. 8.
Unicoi County earned its chance to play at home, but the challenge is still a big one.
Eight decades is a long time to connect the dots, but Cade Maupin’s return to his family roots this summer helped supply a surprise ending for a story that didn’t come into focus until last week.
The TSSAA playoffs get underway this week and our crew agrees, for the most part, on how things will eventually shake out.