On Wednesday, Sullivan North announced a 14-day shutdown because of a positive test result within its football program.
It is time for the TSSAA to reconsider its rule regarding football teams not being able to play a game because of a COVID-19 outbreak.
A startling announcement Tuesday could impact Daniel Boone’s early-season schedule. Football at Greeneville was shut down after eight students, some of them athletes, reportedly tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
It might be a path traversed cautiously, but on Monday area football teams in Tennessee took another step toward an Aug. 21 start to the season.
Mind over matters: Donald Thompson, a graduate of the old Ketron High School and a faculty member in the Maryland School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry, provides mental health care to Baltimore's Orioles and Ravens.
Sullivan South football coach Justin Hilton’s Rebels have more potential running backs — Eli Jennings, Eli Topping, Jackson McGee, Damien McClain and Eli Jones — than they have starting spots available at that position for the 2020 season.
Tennessee high school football teams have been given the go-ahead — sort of — by Gov. Bill Lee to start contact practice, but real-time application is proving difficult to implement.