Soccer: Oneida defeats Scott, 7-2

HUNTSVILLE — There are big games, and then there is the game Ethan Smith had for Oneida on Thursday. Smith had four goals for Oneida, as the Indians pulled away...

Oneida’s run to region crown feels like the old days

There was a time when region championships and substate appearances came like clockwork for Oneida. The school’s girls basketball program was something of a Class A bully in East Tennessee...

Oneida launches search for basketball coach

Oneida is in the market for a new high school boys basketball coach, director of schools Dr. Jeanny Hatfield confirmed last week. Hatfield said a search was to have begun...

Oneida will meet formidable foe in Hampton

When Oneida hosts its first Class A substate game in 15 years on Saturday, the Lady Indians will meet a Hampton team that has state tournament aspirations and a...

Lady Indians win Region 2-A tournament with upset

HARRIMAN — Two years ago in the Region 2-A semifinals, Oneida led Meigs County by 19 points at halftime, only to see the Tigers roar back in the second...

No denying Scott’s heart in region quarterfinal

For nearly an hour in south Knoxville Saturday evening — 24 minutes of game time — Scott High looked tantalizingly close to pulling off what would have been remembered...

Lady Indians advance to substate with win over Wartburg

HARRIMAN — For the first time in 12 years, Oneida’s Lady Indians earned a berth in the Class A sectionals Monday evening, defeating Wartburg 55-41 to advance to the...

Gatlinburg eliminates Scott in regional quarterfinals

GATLINBURG — Gatlinburg-Pittman entered Friday's Region 2-AA quarterfinal having lost just one of its past 19 games. Against Scott High, the homestanding Highlanders showed why, jumping to a commanding lead...

Lady Indians advance with win over Tellico Plains

TELLICO PLAINS, Tenn. — Sidney Dishman scored 13 points, Baylee Thomas added 11, and Oneida broke open a tight game in the fourth quarter here Friday, upsetting Tellico Plains...

Alcoa runs away from Scott in third place game

ALCOA, Tenn. — District 4-AA tournament host Alcoa surged early and late in Monday’s consolation game, pulling away for a 94-63 win over the Highlanders. Alcoa jumped to a seven-point lead...

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