As the Chase approaches, the drama is building, and nearly everything that happened Sunday at Michigan International Speedway added to the tension.Comments
The Mets remain 2½ games behind Appalachian League West Division leader Greeneville after the Astros lost on Sunday, but both Johnson City and Elizabethton won and are just 1½ games back from Kingsport for the second playoff spot.Comments
After setting a new track record of 14.944 seconds in qualifying and winning the first of two 50-lap Late Model Stock features, 18-year-old Chad Finchum from Knoxville appeared to be cruising to his first season championship.Comments
The Hawkins County alumni football game was a lot closer than the score indicated, but the Cherokee High School alumni managed to take advantage of some costly mistake to beat the Volunteer alumni team on its home turf 21-0.Comments
Tennessee coach Butch Jones said a conversation with Peyton Manning gave him the idea to make one training-camp practice open to the public. The Vols held that open practice Saturday at Neyland Stadium in front of an announced crowd of 39,000 fans.Comments
The Kingsport Mets pounded out 16 hits for the second straight night but couldn't overcome a five-run first inning by Bristol and fell to the White Sox 10-6 on Saturday night at Hunter Wright Stadium.Comments
The Rebels scored on their first play from scrimmage en route to prevailing 21-7 after one quarter on the field with the defending conference champs.Comments
Kingsport's 11-4 win pulled the K-Mets to within 1 1/2 games of first place in the Western Division of the Appalachian League.Comments
A 24th round draft pick of the Cleveland Indians, Doane, who already received three previous All-American honors earlier this summer, finished his senior season with a 13-2 record and led the nation in complete games (12), innings (147.0) and shutouts (4)Comments
Knoxville rookie Chad Finchum leads the Late Model points standings by nine points heading into tonight's season finale.Comments
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