Among all the offseason changes at Sevier County — including the departure of long-time coach Steve Brewer and arrival of Division I quarterback recruit Deuce Wallace — the revamped defense may be the most overlooked.
A big tournament is always easier the second time around.
Benny Hammonds warned his team all summer that Cocke County wouldn’t be an easy opponent to start the season with.
It’s been a decade since the McNelly-Whaley Motor Company decided to start sponsoring the Sevier County high school golf tournament.
It was all about the Pigeon Forge Tigers’ success in a 71-0 season-opening trouncing of the Cosby Eagles on Friday night at Raymond Large Field.
Sevier County closed the Bearette Soccer Invitational on Saturday with a 5-2 win over William Blount.
A home-run offense and a defense that has grown up over the last year got The King’s Academy off to a strong start on Friday.
Despite a performance plagued by penalties and injuries, Gatlinburg-Pittman rallied from two touchdowns down to beat Cocke County, 49-42, on Friday night.
Albert Werner put Gatlinburg-Pittman up by two scores late with a quarterback keeper and the Highlanders held on for a 49-42 victory over Cocke County on Friday.
There was a new quarterback, new coach and new defense on the field for Sevier County.
It was a 71-0 Pigeon Forge show in a huge win over the Cosby Eagles at Raymond Large Field on Friday night.
The streak is over.
Getting two shots at superpower Maryville last season was a chance for Sevier County to measure itself against one of the state’s best teams.
When they were roommates and teammates at Carson-Newman, Todd Loveday and Adrian Watson took their football seriously.
The 2013 season was a record-breaking one for Pigeon Forge.
When the polar vortex hit Ohio this winter, Jerry Cooper had some time off.
It’s impossible to miss the football makeover at The King’s Academy.
In a rematch of last year’s district championship, Seymour still had too many weapons for Sevier County.
Just being on the sidelines and basking in the glow of lights on Friday nights has been enough to get Clayton Ogle fired up.
It all starts up front for Gatlinburg-Pittman.
Bryan Atchley got a peek into the future when he first saw what Hudl could do a couple years ago.
The teams taking the field this weekend at the Sevier County soccer complex may not resemble their final products in October.
Gatlinburg-Pittman’s Andrew Fugate shot 39 but The King’s Academy got four scores in the 40s to beat the Highlanders, 183-191, at Gatlinburg Golf Course on Tuesday.
Gary Householder is fond of saying it’s crucial to get every member of his Seymour golf team playing well on the same day.
Sometimes the toughest part of getting to the next level is making sure college coaches and recruiters see you.
Steve Brewer was back at Sevier County High School on Friday night.