David Crockett won its own holiday tournament Saturday night with a 64-55 win over previously unbeaten Sullivan South in the boys final of the 30th Hardee’s Classic.
Graham’s special teams accounted for 15 points, a defensive play set up a touchdown and the defending VHSL Class 2 champions claimed their second straight Region 2D title with a 43-14 win over Wise Central on Saturday.
Patrick Henry scored all of its points in the first half of Saturday’s Region 1D football championship game at Emory & Henry’s Fred Selfe Stadium.
Meigs’ Lady Tigers captured the inaugural girls championship at the 30th annual Hardee’s Classic with an impressive 68-50 win over David Crockett on Saturday night.
Among other Food City Thanksgiving Classic games Friday, the boys of KACHEA, Science Hill and Unicoi County and the Sullivan Central girls came out as winners.
Unbeaten Elizabethton earned a spot in the TSSAA Class 4A championship game with a 34-12 win over Nolensville on Friday night at Citizens Bank Stadium.
The Eastside girls basketball team used a 21-8 fourth-quarter surge to come from behind against Richlands on Friday and take a 54-43 preseason win.
Sullivan Central's basketball teams settled for a split decision in Food City Thanksgiving Classic play Friday in Bluff City. The Lady Cougars sped to a 65-27 win over State Line Rush of Galax, but the Central boys dropped a 64-51 decision against
Sullivan South senior guard Ben Diamond practically willed his team to the finish line on Friday night in the semifinals at the 30th Hardee’s Classic.
Opportunity is pounding at the door so hard for Elizabethton that the hinges are coming loose.
Defense could be the big key this weekend in the prep regional football championships in far Southwest Virginia.
BLUFF CITY —Dylan Bartley scored at the buzzer to lift Sullivan East to a 64-62 win over neighboring Unaka in late Wednesday action at the Food City Thanksgiving Classic.
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The high school football season continues this weekend with the state semifinals in Tennessee and the regional championship games in Virginia. But, for our team of pigskin prognosticators, the battle is over.
When the season began, Bryson Rollins was expected to be a good player on a pretty good team.