The Greene Devils added their first state baseball title and second consecutive soccer crown to the school’s trophy case mere months after winning the Class 4A football championship.
John Battle won a thriller over Gate City, 2-1, when Bella Jessee netted a goal with 14.4 seconds left in the second overtime of Thursday’s Mountain 7 girls soccer final.
A goal from Adrian Wheatley on an assist from Joey Collins with 5:44 left to play in the first half gave Central a 1-0 win over John Battle in Thursday’s Mountain 7 championship game.
Gate City’s girls got quite the scare from Lee on Tuesday night in the semifinals of the Mountain 7 District girls soccer tournament at Legion Field.
Dobyns-Bennett wasn’t able to capitalize on its scoring opportunities Tuesday night and the Indians’ dream season came to an end against Blackman in the TSSAA Class AAA soccer quarterfinals.
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The TSSAA’s five-sport state championship chase in the 25th annual Spring Fling runs Tuesday through Friday in Murfreesboro. Titles are up for grabs in baseball, softball, soccer, tennis and track.
Weston Hoover scored in the third minute to send the Gate City boys soccer team on its way to a 4-0 victory over Lee on Monday in a Mountain 7 tournament opener.
Dobyns-Bennett’s soccer team plays Blackman in Tuesday’s Class AAA quarterfinals, but D-B’s girls tennis team must face three-time defending state champion Brentwood in the semifinals.
On Saturday in the TSSAA Class AAA sectional, Dobyns-Bennett overcame Maryville — and itself — to earn a hard-fought, 2-1 win over the Rebels and punch its ticket to next week’s state tournament.
The Dobyns-Bennett soccer team fought its way past Maryville 2-1 and into the TSSAA Class AAA tournament with a 2-1 sectional win on Saturday at Indian Highland Park.
The Eastside and J.I. Burton baseball teams tried their best Thursday to play the Cumberland District tournament championship. Mother Nature would have none of it.
The smallest player on the field came up the biggest for the Dobyns-Bennett soccer team in Thursday’s Region 1-AAA title game.
The Indians traveled to Knoxville Thursday to take on the Bulldogs for the Region 1-AAA soccer championship. Dobyns-Bennett defeated Bearden 3-1.
Bearden dumped Science Hill 6-0 and unbeaten Sevier County ended South’s season with a 9-0 win in regional semifinal soccer action Tuesday night