Dobyns-Bennett coach Ryan Wagner sent a not-so-subtle message to his baseball team with its 5-2 win Tuesday over Cherokee.
It was a wild Monday night on “The Reservation” and the Dobyns-Bennett baseball team escaped with a 12-8 Big Seven Conference win over Cherokee
Tennessee High was a very slight favorite to win the 2019 Big 7 baseball championship, just ahead of Science Hill, and Dobyns-Bennett was a strong third.
There was a consensus about the top spot in the 2019 Big 7 Conference softball race, but it wasn’t focused on one team.
"I hope they see that we want to honor their service, they see and feel our heartfelt thanks for what they do. Schools now more than ever are hand-in-hand with law enforcement.” — CHE principal Thomas Floyd
Jeila Greenlee finished with 23 points, six assists and five steals to lead Science Hill past Dobyns-Bennett 59-37 on Monday night in the District 1-AAA girls basketball final.
Dobyns-Bennett pounded Cherokee in the paint, taking the Lady Chiefs out of the game in the first half and never relenting in a 54-21 crushing Friday night in the semifinals of the District 1-AAA girls basketball tournament
In Tuesday night’s 67-52 Big 7 Conference win over David Crockett, Ryan Bledsoe and Wyatt Watson stepped up big for Cherokee.
Cherokee senior guard Harper Russell has a busy schedule almost daily it seems. She really doesn’t get that tired, either.
Cherokee NJROTC Cadet Commander Heather Whitt was announced last week as Hawkins County's youth recipient, while Rogersville Fire Department volunteer Chris Rimer was named the adult recipient.
Cherokee's NJROTC Academic Team competed as one of 196 NJROTC teams from across the country in the Level 1 in the College Options Foundation JROTC Academic Bowl on Nov. 11. Cherokee is one of only 27 teams that now advances to the Level II Quiz Bowl on Friday.
“It feels good to get one, especially against your rival. Hopefully we can build off this because we’ve got a lot of home games coming down the stretch here. I feel like we’ve been on the road all year.”
Cherokee senior Harper Russell scored six points in one second to rally the Lady Chiefs to a 46-41 Big 7 Conference basketball win over David Crockett on Friday.
The Region 1 bowling tournament was held Wednesday afternoon at Holiday Lanes in Johnson City and the Cherokee Chiefs took home the girls title while Greeneville barely nipped the Chiefs in the boys competition. The Lady Chiefs were led by Shelbie
The Cherokee Chiefs came into Wednesday’s Region 1 bowling championships at Holiday Lanes with eyes on sweeping both the boys and girls titles, just like they did last year.