BRISTOL, Tenn. — Jerry Hall has not only set a new world record, but shattered it. Hall emerged from South Holston Lake after spending exactly 145 hours, 31 minutes and 23 seconds underwater.Comments
Fubara, a rising senior midfielder for the Bucs, ranked among the top 44 players in the nation.Comments
After breaking the previous record at just after noon on Thursday, Hall will have added 26 hours to the record by 2 p.m. Friday.Comments
Russell ran a winning time of 4:56.73 in the 1,500 meters.Comments
Kingsport ace Chris Flexen didn't have his best stuff, but the opportunistic K-Mets found a way to win.Comments
The dog days haven't been all that doggy. Ambient temperatures slipped into the 60s before August even got under way.Comments
The Tribe's Chris Cook and Logan Gentry both made the third team of the Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association squad.Comments
The Bucs posted a cumulative GPA of 3.223 during the 2012-13 school year.Comments
Now that the city council is exploring the issue of $6.1 million in bonds for a new football stadium at Elizabethton High School and academic facilities expansion at T.A. Dugger Jr., leaders are beginning to hold talks about an athletic complex.Comments
When the return of football to East Tennessee State was announced back in April, university officials vowed to do it the right way. So far, so good.Comments
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