Sullivan South and Sullivan Central both advanced in the District 1-AA soccer tournament, though in opposing fashions. The Lady Rebels won a squeaker while the Lady Cougars rolled on Monday.
Over the past two games, Greeneville’s first-team offense held the ball for a little over five minutes and scored 77 points. Eleven touchdowns. That’s a touchdown for every 28 seconds of clock time.
The Dobyns-Bennett Lady Indians hosted Morristown East on Senior Night at Indian Highland Park. The Tribe rolled away with a 9-0 victory.
Bernard Childress and Karissa Niehoff have co-authored an opinion piece about kids growing up in the digital age, and their solution hits the target square in the center.
Science Hill wrapped up the regular-season District 1-AAA girls soccer title Tuesday night, but Dobyns-Bennett made sure it didn’t come easy.
Also in this week’s Northeast Tennessee Notes, the Dobyns-Bennett volleyball team is looking to cap an undefeated run through the Big 6.
In a match that had all the intensity of a postseason contest, the Dobyns-Bennett girls soccer team held on for a 2-1 win over Jefferson County on Thursday night at Indian Highland Park.
Build momentum is what the Dobyns-Bennett girls soccer team wants to do after Tuesday’s 9-0 District I-AAA road win against David Crockett.
While we can look at the first half of the football season and say, “Here’s what we’ve learned,” it doesn’t mean there won’t be major changes ahead.
Sullivan South’s girls soccer team got an early gift from Elizabethton in the form of an own goal, but the Lady Rebels were unable to take advantage of the break and fell 5-2 on Tuesday.
Despite Daniel Boone keeper Faith Robinson’s 25 saves, Dobyns-Bennett pulled away for a 4-1 win on Tuesday in Gray.
JOHNSON CITY — The effort was there, but this time there was no magic.
KINGSPORT — The Dobyns-Bennett girls soccer team beat crosstown rival Sullivan South in a non-conference contest on Thursday night at Indian Highland Park 7-1.
When Class 6A Science Hill visits Class 4A Greeneville on Friday, school size won’t have much to do with it.
An abbreviated look at the week ahead in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia high school sports.