The Elizabethton Twins used their power game Saturday night to increase their lead over the Kingsport Mets in the Appalachian League’s West Division standings.
The MetroPCS Monster Truck Mash will bring eight monster trucks and the first trick-or-treat party of the year to celebrate the Halloween spirit at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Lucas Armstrong doesn’t care how many names would be below his on the scoreboard if he won the Ridgefields Invitational. As long his was at the top.
The Kingsport Mets got back on the winning track Friday night, primarily because of the bats of two players and the arm of another.
A couple of former champions jumped to the front of the leaderboard at the 69th annual Ridgefields Invitational golf tournament on Friday.
Kara Carter, a rising sophomore at Sullivan South, turned in a 1-under-par 215 to finish second to runaway winner Ashley Gilliam on Thursday in the 55th Tennessee Girls Junior Amateur at Old Fort Golf Club.
Tennessee High’s Banks Presson, the Johnson City Press/Kingsport Times News Super 22 player of the year, was on the team as an infielder.
Beef O’Brady’s Monster Truck Madness at Bristol Motor Speedway features some of the biggest-name trucks in the business.
Yoel Romero hit a walk-off solo home run in the bottom of the ninth Tuesday night to lift the Kingsport Mets to a 13-12 win over the Greeneville Reds.
Race organizers announced Tuesday that Tanzania’s Gabriel Geay and Kenyans Isaac Mukundi, Cleophas Ngetich and Linus Kiplagat have committed to the July 14 run through downtown Kingsport.
After rallying for four ninth-inning runs to tie the game, Bluefield stymied the K-Mets in the top of the 10th inning and then got a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the frame to earn a dramatic 10-9 victory.
Also in the NET Notes, Jenn Testa was named Tennessee High’s new softball coach and Tracy Graybeal has been chosen Sullivan East’s new volleyball caoch.
Tyler Lane got to pick one golf tournament to play this summer after his wife recently gave birth to their second child. Apparently he chose the right one.
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D.J. Neal jump-started Bluefield’s five-run first inning with a two-run single, and the Blue Jays held off the Kingsport Mets 6-5 in an Appalachian League clash on Saturday night.