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...

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...

Baseball: Dominant pitching behind Oneida’s hot start

Four games into the 2017 District 4-A slate, Oneida has jumped to a dominating starts. In those four games, against two of the teams that are traditionally near the top...

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...

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...

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 storm back from 22 down to win district

WARTBURG — Perhaps they were showing their counterparts on the Oneida boys' team that they could upstage the guys' Friday night comeback. Four nights after Oneida's men rallied from 16...

Oliver Springs hands Lady Indians first district loss

OLIVER SPRINGS — District 4-A's longest winning streak was ended here Tuesday, Jan. 10, as Oliver Springs' Lady Bobcats upset Oneida, 59-58. The loss was Oneida's first district loss of...

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...

Coalfield snaps Indians’ 3-game winning streak

Parker McKinney was Parker McKinney Friday night, and that was all that mattered. The Yellow Jacket junior, a front-runner for the District 4-A MVP award, scored 29 points to accompany...

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