The event attracks some of the best cycling talent from across the nation and overseas.Comments
Tuesday's high school basketball scores from Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, including tournament results from the Arby's Classic, New Peoples Bank Holiday Classic, Coalfield Clash and Johnson City Honda Classic.Comments
Cherokee's Keaton Bailiff made sure there was no doubt who would be crowned champion of the 2014 New Peoples Bank Holiday Classic on Tuesday night. "It feels good to get the trophy and winning it with my team," Bailiff said.Comments
The Vikings held off ambitious Jefferson County 53-46 in Tuesday's tournament semifinals. The Elks toppled Dorsey 77-55 in the nightcap.Comments
Pictures from Tuesday night's championship game between Cherokee and Chuckey-Doak in the New Peoples Bank Holiday Classic at Sullivan North High School in Kingsport.Comments
The East Tennessee State women's basketball team erased a 10-point halftime deficit in 4 1/2 minutes Monday night and went on to beat Iona 76-64 at Brooks Gym.Comments
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Board-hogging Jefferson County absorbed a 34-point performance from David Crockett's Patrick Good in a 70-62 quarterfinals victory in Monday's Arby's Classic quarterfinals.Comments
Monday's high school basketball scores from Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, including the Arby's Classic, New Peoples Bank Holiday Classic, Coalfield Classic and Johnson City Honda Classic tournament results.Comments
Keaton Bailiff scored 22 points and Cherokee steamrolled Cloudland in the New Peoples Bank Holiday Classic at Sullivan North on Monday. Chuckey-Doak downed Hixon, Boone beat North and Volunteer topped Morristown West in other games.Comments
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