Dobyns-Bennett had two winners at the Volunteer Track Classic and Science Hill finished with a runner-up and pair of third-place finishes in the event that concluded Saturday.
In preparation for the May 24 TSSAA state meet in Murfreesboro, on Friday Volunteer will be the first high school in Tennessee to host a Unified track meet which will feature Special Olympics athletes competing beside their counterparts on the varsity squads.
April is past the halfway point, which means the postseason picture in Northeast Tennessee is starting to come into focus.
Athletes from Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia converged on Dobyns-Bennett's Tom Coughenour Track on Saturday for the annual Texas Roadhouse DC/TC Relays in Kingsport.
Dobyns-Bennett’s Jeamy Williams and Volunteer’s Whitney Christian were the most outstanding performers Saturday at the Texas Roadhouse DC/TC Relays.
The invitational track and field meet in Myrtle Beach, S.C., saw the Dobyns-Bennett girls finish second in the team competition and the boys finish third.
On a sunshine-filled Saturday, the second day of the fifth annual Tri-Cities Track & Field Classic saw fast races and great field events with several meet records and local teams bringing home some hardware.
Dobyns-Bennett sophomore star blew away the field in the 2-mile run on Day 1 of the Tri-Cities Track Classic, winning in a record-breaking time of 10:41.
2nd Annual Red Shield 5K Run (or walk), a fundraiser to benefit the agency's year-long shelter programs, is coming up Saturday, April 7.
Our spring sports Scholar-Athlete Spotlight offers some of our region’s brightest high school athletes the opportunity to answer several random questions.
Competing on a relay team is a big-pressure situation. However, being on the same relay team with your two siblings behind you eases that tension a little bit, according to Maria Chellah, older sister of Judy and Patricia.
KINGSPORT — The ninth annual ceremony drew about 200 to the MeadowView Conference Resort and Convention Center for the induction of eight people.
KINGSPORT — Groundbreaking for the Regional Science and Technology Center at Dobyns-Bennett High School might be on track for early November, following votes Tuesday night to amend the project’s budget and approve the low bid made lower by “value engineering.”.
KINGSPORT — Sullivan South senior Zach Johnson won his first career cross country race on Tuesday at Panther Creek in Morristown.
Check out the action from Thursday's Raider Run cross country event at Sullivan North.