A historic season isn’t over for The King’s Academy.
A spate of incidents this fall has thrust sportsmanship to the forefront in Tennessee.
Sevier County and Pigeon Forge both exited the Associated Press High School Football Poll on Monday.
Long before the meat of the high school season, Matthew Kieta and Gavin Hutchens are competing in one of their biggest tournaments of the year.
It’s the kind of jump that will raise an eyebrow.
Three county teams will get to stay home in the first game of the playoffs.
The Webb Spartans rushed for 190 yards and scored six times in the first half on Halloween night to eliminate any chance The King’s Academy had of securing a playoff spot this season.
The Seymour Eagles gridiron gang snapped an eight-game losing streak and finished the 2014 football season 26-14 winners over District 2-AAA rival Cherokee.
Michael Ross hadn’t hit a field goal all season.
South-Doyle showed on Thursday it’s more than Jocquez Bruce.
Regardless of last week’s loss in Morristown, Seymour has a real chance of finishing its season on a high note with a long trip to Rogersville to take on district rival Cherokee (1-8, 0-6 District 2-AAA) in both teams’ season finale tonight.
Two weeks ago, after a heartbreaking loss to Carter in the final minutes, Gatlinburg-Pittman head coach Benny Hammonds addressed his team.
It was a lesson The King’s Academy took with them into the offseason.
It marks a fitting end to one of the greatest eras in Sevier County football history.
When Casey Taylor first saw Austin Conner play baseball, the Sevier County coach wasn’t sure what the then-sophomore's future held.
Pigeon Forge is starting to get some attention.
Pigeon Forge’s 45-point victory over Claiborne was comfortably secured Friday night when one of the officials astutely said that Jerrod Jinnette “was everywhere” after the senior blocked his second kick of the game.
The King’s Academy rode a strong second half, and a ball-hawking defense to pass a historic milestone in a 42-14 win over Cosby High School on Friday.
The Seymour Eagles dropped their eighth straight game with a 52-0 loss at the hands of the Morristown West Trojans on Friday night at Burke-Toney Stadium.
Sevier County stayed perfect in District 2-AAA on Friday night by blasting visiting Jefferson County, 63-10.
Pigeon Forge sure looks like a team ready for the biggest game of the season.
Seth Arwood is well known as Sevier County’s best defensive player.
A loss to Fulton can expose weaknesses in the best of teams.
Cross country is all about running fast.
Zac Sakacsi and his Sevier County teammates are no strangers to the cross country course at Daniel Boone High School.