This year’s Times News Southwest Virginia prep athletes of the year are different in personality, but both are dominating in their fields of play.
The Kingsport Mets open the Appy League season on the road Tuesday and they’re ready. “I’m ready to get out there and start grinding,” pitcher Nate Peden said Monday during the team’s media day.
Kevon Honeycutt, who spent the past two seasons as an assistant varsity coach and junior varsity head coach at Alice Lloyd, is Lee High’s new boys basketball coach.
Rich Donnelly has experienced some of life’s highest peaks as well as some of its deepest valleys. Regardless, the new manager of the Kingsport Mets describes the journey that’s led him to Kingsport as blessed.
The Kingsport Mets made their journey from Florida to Tennessee on Friday with a lot of new faces, among them a staff of all new coaches.
KINGSPORT — Mariano Duncan has a storied career as a baseball player and coach.
KINGSPORT — The Mets are coming back.
After a closed session that lasted into Tuesday morning, the Norton City School Board rejected a recommendation not to renew Jim Adams’ coaching contract as J.I. Burton’s football coach.
“We knew what to expect when we came in. We knew Maggie Walker is a powerhouse and our girls had to be at the top of their game with their footwork drills and everything was going to be a factor today.”
Since the start of regional boys tennis play this season, Eastside has played the role of David going against the VHSL Class 2 Goliaths. On Saturday, the Spartans fell against the biggest Class 2 giant of all.