Sidney Smallwood was a coach and athletic director at Science Hill for parts of four decades. And Smallwood, who died overnight at the age of 98, compiled a substantial list of accomplishments with the Hilltoppers.Comments
K-Mets back in town tangling with the Greeneville Astros at Hunter Wright Stadium. Photos by Ned Jilton IIComments
Tigers coach Tom Harding was named 1A West Coach of the Year while Honaker pitcher Austin Ray was named 1A West Player of the Year.Comments
Three Honaker players were accorded first-team status, and two Eastside players earned second-team all-state honors. Northumberland's Johnny Mothershead was named coach of the year.Comments
East Tennessee State is officially a member of the Southern Conference. Again. When the calendar turned over to July 1, ETSU rejoined the SoCon, its league from 1978 until 2005 when the Bucs left for the Atlantic Sun after disbanding their football prograComments
Oswald Caraballo blasted a two-run homer in the opener for the Kingsport Mets, who split an Appalachian League doubleheader with the Johnson City Cardinals on Monday at Cardinal Park. Johnson City held on for a 3-2 win in the nightcap.Comments
Peyton Manning was the headliner, but he had plenty of help during the Niswonger Children's Hospital Golf Classic on Monday. The supporting cast for the event at the Virginian was impressive.Comments
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With the K-Mets out of town it was over to Domtar Park for more action with the kids. Photos by Ned Jilton IIComments
Johnson City racked up 14 hits for a 12-6 Appalachian League victory over the Kingsport Mets on Sunday at Cardinal Park in the completion of a game suspended Saturday night.Comments
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