Baseball: Scott downs Jellico, Sunbright

JELLICO — Reed Fancher batted in five runs, and Jake Todd and Hayden Byrge each batted in two more, as Scott High rolled to a 13-6 win over Jellico...

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...

No denying Scott’s heart in region quarterfinal

For nearly an hour in south Knoxville Saturday evening — 24 minutes of game time — Scott High looked tantalizingly close to pulling off what would have been remembered...

Gatlinburg eliminates Scott in regional quarterfinals

GATLINBURG — Gatlinburg-Pittman entered Friday's Region 2-AA quarterfinal having lost just one of its past 19 games. Against Scott High, the homestanding Highlanders showed why, jumping to a commanding lead...

Alcoa runs away from Scott in third place game

ALCOA, Tenn. — District 4-AA tournament host Alcoa surged early and late in Monday’s consolation game, pulling away for a 94-63 win over the Highlanders. Alcoa jumped to a seven-point lead...

Lady Highlanders take CAK to the wire

ALCOA, Tenn. — Just a little over a week ago, District 4-AA power CAK rolled into Highlander Gymnasium in Huntsville and waltzed away with a win over the Lady...

Catholic races away with 88-40 win over Scott

ALCOA, Tenn. — Never close. No mercy. Those were perhaps the only ways to describe Friday's District 4-AA semifinal here, where Catholic jumped to a big lead early and never...

Lady Highlanders take top-seeded Alcoa to the wire

ALCOA, Tenn. — For the second time this season, District 4-AA's top team found itself in a dogfight with visiting Scott High on Friday, as the Tornadoes needed all...

Scott knocks off Kingston to advance

ALCOA, Tenn. — Scott fell behind early, but took complete control in the second half of Thursday's District 4-AA first round game against Kingston, defeating the Yellow Jackets 60-46...

Playing on: Lady Highlanders come from behind to defeat Irish

ALCOA, Tenn. — It was nick-and-tuck until it mattered most, and then the Lady Highlanders took control. Scott High came from behind in the second half of Thursday's District 4-AA...

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