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...

Goose eggs: Oneida’s defense clamps down

PIKEVILLE, Tenn. — A pair of fourth quarter defenses and a dominant defense. That was the story of Oneida’s 14-0 win over Bledsoe County here Friday, as the Indians snapped...

Oneida wins first region championship, is one win away from state tournament

The firsts keep piling up for Oneida. The Lady Indians won their first district tournament championship on Oct. 12. Five days later, they hosted a region tournament game for the...

Valiant effort, but Indians fall to top-ranked Tigers

Three or four plays. That was the general consensus following Friday’s game at Jim May Stadium, where Meigs County wrapped up the Region 2-2A championship with a 28-6 win over...

Mistakes plague Indians in region loss

A series of Oneida miscues and a hard-nosed Rockwood defense contributed to a forgettable second half of football at Jim May Stadium on Friday, as the Indians came up...

Dragons hand Indians first loss of season

JAMESTOWN — A single possession in the second quarter summed up Oneida’s game against York Institute here Friday. Leading 6-0, York took possession at its nine-yard-line with 7:57 remaining after...

Indians put the wraps on impressive golf season

Oneida’s first-year golf coach, Jeremy Barnes, says it’s important to keep things in perspective. But he also wants to make sure that his players receive the attention they deserve...

Indians’ offense is too much for Panthers

SPEEDWELL, Tenn. — Judging from the reaction of head coach Tony Lambert, you might not have guessed that Oneida had just closed out the first half of its season...

Oneida finds a way to win

In coaching, they sometimes say that an ugly win is better than a pretty loss. Ugly may have been the most effective way to describe Oneida’s visit from Harriman on...

Getting defensive: Indians pound ‘Dogs in region opener

WARTBURG — Oneida’s defense continued to impress on a rainy night in Morgan County Friday, as the Indians overpowered the homestanding Bulldogs, 44-0. With an on-and-off rain falling in Wartburg...

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