Sometimes timing is everything, and for former East Tennessee State soccer star Aaron Schoenfeld, it couldn’t have been better.
With Tennessee schools closed through April 24, there is a still a window of opportunity for a brief regular season. But how difficult would it be to restart the soccer season a couple of weeks before postseason play?
Gov. Ralph Northam’s order to close all public schools in Virginia for the remainder of the school year brings about big questions regarding high school sports for the spring and beyond.
In the ever-changing world of the novel coronavirus, concrete decisions rarely have time to set. But the TSSAA is not shutting down spring sports — at this time.
D-B and Science Hill were among the winners on the baseball diamond, Happy Valley and Sullivan East picked up softball wins and the Tribe overwhelmed Crockett on the pitch Tuesday.
Additions to the Upcoming Events list this week include a sunset hike at Warriors Path, Kingsport Parks & Rec adult softball and the Appalachia Railroad Days 5K.
Events coming up soon include the Kingsport Parks and Recreation Department’s Glow Dodgeball tournament and the Surgoinsville 10-Miler, which is part of the Skelton Law Racing Series.
Is your child interested in playing baseball, softball, soccer or T-ball? Registration is underway in many areas around our region, including with Church Hill/Mount Carmel/Surgoinsville Rec and Kingsport Parks & Rec.
New to this week’s Upcoming Events list are several Kingsport Parks and Recreation events: youth baseball, softball and T-ball signups as well as a Glow Dodgeball tournament.
Among the newest additions to the Times News Upcoming Events list are the races for the Skelton Law Racing Series, Milligan’s soccer ID camp and volleyball camps at ETSU and Tusculum.
At this point, it’s easy to see which basketball teams are deep-run threats for the postseason based on their pristine records. But what about the teams that may be more of a state-title threat than their record indicates?
To submit an event, email [email protected], fax listing information to (423) 392-1385 or contact the Sports Department after 6 p.m. at (423) 392-1323 or 1-800-251-0328, ext. 4323.
At this stage of the high school football season, every team carries reasons to believe it can go further.