Sharp-shooting Indians cut down Oliver Springs

Some days, it’s just your day. Friday was definitely Chance Botts’ day. And it was most of his teammates’ day, too. Down two starters and needing a bounce-back win in District...

Indians sharp in opening round win

Before Oneida's District 3-A tournament game against Midway had hardly gotten started, it was over. The Indians were firing on all cylinders against the Green Wave, racing to a 50-16...

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...

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...

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...

Keeton named boys soccer coach at Oneida

Oneida High School has found its new boys’ soccer coach. Dr. Jeanny Hatfield, Oneida Special School District Director of Schools, announced Thursday that Derek Keeton has been named the school’s...

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...

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...

Indians bow out at Coalfield

Oneida split with Coalfield in the regular season, winning at home and losing by a narrow, 67-64 margin on the road. But Thursday's elimination game in Coalfield was anything but...

Baseball: Indians defeat Highlanders in tourney play

Oneida put up 13 runs in the first two innings on Thursday, en route to a 13-1 win over Scott High to jump-start the Mayor Jack E. Lay Invitational...

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