Baseball: Scott records first district win in 20 years

HUNTSVILLE — Scott High won its first district game in almost two decades on Tuesday, April 17, and the Highlanders didn’t leave much room...

Lady Indians outlast Cosby, 66-62

Oneida coach Marv West said he added Cosby — and, later in the season, Clarkrange — to this year’s schedule so his team could...

Baseball: Oneida remains unbeaten in District 4-A

  Oneida remained beaten in District 4-A play with a 12-1 win over Jellico at Bear Creek Sports Complex Monday afternoon. In the first of a...

Oneida surges in second half, defeats Oliver Springs

  After falling behind briefly in the third quarter of Friday's game against Oliver Springs, Oneida seized the momentum and did not let go, scoring...

Cross Country: Scott sweeps top spots at York

JAMESTOWN — Several Scott High runners turned in their best times of the season here Thursday, and the end result was not only a...

Softball: Lady Indians dominate Wartburg in district game

Wartburg would earn its revenge with an 8-6 win Friday at Bear Creek Sports Complex. But Oneida started its series with the Bulldogs on...

Scott comes back in 4th to defeat Kingston, 71-60

HUNTSVILLE — On a homecoming night that was a bit more somber than usual, Scott found itself on the ropes against Kingston in the...

State seeks information on deer poached in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE — The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is enlisting the public to help determine who is responsible for shooting a deer around sunrise on...

Copperheads win season opener in OT

Scott County’s first-ever semi-pro basketball team started its season on Saturday with a 119-117 overtime victory over the Smoky Mountain Black Bears. The Copperheads are...

Former Highlander Hall shines in spring game

WALESKA, Ga. — As a true freshman, Billy Hall had to bide his time, competing for playing time as a backup quarterback and not...
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