Oneida starts the King era off on the right foot

MAYNARDVILLE, Tenn. — If you want to launch a district player of the year season, opening with 33 points and 17 rebounds might be the way to do it. That...

Lady Indians roll to win in season opener

MAYNARDVILLE, Tenn. — Oneida overcame a slow start here Tuesday (Nov. 14) to pull out a season-opening win, 61-34 over Union County. Oneida began to catch fire in the second...

Highlanders win two of three to open season

HUNTSVILLE — There are hot starts, then there’s the kind of start that Jamestown’s Landrick Leffew had at Scott High Saturday evening. In the nightcap at the United Cumberland Bank...

Hoops Preview: Lady Indians reload, look to continue successful run

Players change, but goals never do. It might be one of the sports world’s biggest cliches, but there are few programs at the high school level that embody that concept...

Hoops Preview: Lady Highlanders look to build on end-of-season close games

HUNTSVILLE — On paper, Scott High’s Lady Highlanders lost 14 of their last 16 games to close out the 2016-2017 season. That might be cause for an outsider to wonder...

Hoops Preview: Highlanders commit to getting better

HUNTSVILLE — Rewind about nine months. Scott was facing defending Class 2A state champion Fulton on the road in the regional quarterfinals. It was early third quarter, and the...

Hoops Preview: Jacob King era begins at Oneida

The first regular season game is yet to be played (although Oneida will have traveled to Union County for the season opener by the time this is printed) and...

Scott looks to next season with bowl game

There isn’t much time off for high school football teams. Within weeks after one season has ended, players and coaches are typically back at work, preparing for the following...

Highlanders come up short in regular season finale

PIGEON FORGE — In a battle of two teams playing for pride as the regular season drew to a close Friday, Pigeon Forge found the end zone three times...

McKinney shines in Coalfield’s win over OHS

COALFIELD — There were bright spots for Oneida here Friday. The Indians had more first downs than Coalfield (15 to 12), limited the Yellow Jackets to 35 rushing yards...

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