One loss doesn't erase a historic 20-game win streak or an unbeaten regular season.
The Sevier County baseball team played Dobyns-Bennett to a 1-1 draw over six innings on Monday in the Region 1-AAA semi-finals.
The pitching, defense and bats just weren’t there for the Pigeon Forge Tigers in a season-ending 13-2 upset loss to Knoxville Catholic in a Region 2-AA Tournament opener on Monday night at Jack A. Parton Field.
Kallyn Newport had struck out in her first two trips to the plate.
Why the hurdles?
Connor Rytz had seen the play before.
Scott Norman spent some time Friday at his place by the river in Townsend.
David Sanchez made an immediate impression on Rockwood coach Wes Ford the first time his Tigers played Pigeon Forge this spring.
Seymour rallied from a five-run deficit against Jefferson County in the District 2-AAA softball tournament title game on Thursday, tying the contest in the bottom of the fourth inning.
Paul Butuza and Anthony Lemus blamed the sweltering heat at kickoff.
When Gatlinburg-Pittman tied Tuesday’s District 3-A/AA semifinal with Pigeon Forge in the dying minutes, Mateo Santizo got nervous.
Jess Sterling tries to teach her Seymour softball team to punish the ball.
The Pigeon Forge baseball team guaranteed itself two more games with a 3-2 victory over Union County in a district tournament elimination contest Monday night at Jack A. Parton Field.
Battle Ground Academy didn’t have much of a chance.
Gatlinburg-Pittman’s softball team has said all season it wanted to survive the weekend at the district tournament.
The Region 2-A/AA tennis tournament will have plenty of representation from Sevier County.
It looked a lot like the first two meetings between Seymour and Sevier County this season.
Despite some spots of shaky pitching, No. 5 Seymour upset No. 4 Jefferson County 6-5 in the first round of the District 2-AAA tournament at Cliff Davis Field on Friday night.
It wasn’t the start to the District 3-AA tournament Pigeon Forge was looking for.
Pigeon Forge will be missing a 2014 state champion when the wrestling season begins in November.
Soccer meant a lot to Jacob Lewis-Jones and his brother Josh.
It’s tournament time.
You can go from scapegoat to hero pretty quickly.
It’s been a pretty good week for the Pigeon Forge boys tennis team.
Pigeon Forge packed it in on defense on Friday night.