They talked to Scott Meadows about Pigeon Forge’s rivalry with neighboring Gatlinburg-Pittman in the interview, before he was even hired as Tigers coach.
Kristi Mathews was resigned to the fact that her daughter wouldn’t get to play high school softball.
The county’s two ranked teams are moving in the right direction in the final week of the regular season.
There were lots of questions for Sevier County to start the second half on Friday at Jefferson County.
After escaping a Friday night visit by the Claiborne County Bulldogs 27-26 and virtually securing a Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association playoff spot with the win, the Pigeon Forge Tigers aren’t in any hurry to think about the biggest game of their season, every season when District 3-AA and county rival Gatlinburg-Pittman comes to Jim Whaley Field for the regular-season finale.
Jefferson County would not go away.
The Pigeon Forge Tigers took the early momentum, won the third quarter battle and then hung on by the skin of their teeth to take a heart-stopping 27-26 homecoming win over visiting Claiborne County on Friday night at Jim Whaley Field.
The Seymour offense struggled to move the ball, and failed to put points on the scoreboard in a 44-0 loss to Morristown West on Friday.
Kicker Paul Butuza has been so automatic for Sevier County, defensive end Seth Arwood just stands on the 20-yard line before kickoffs.
A pair of first-timers and a veteran are headed to the state championships.
There was early evidence Tuesday was going to be a rough night for Gatlinburg-Pittman.
Gatlinburg-Pittman came out on the short side of a 49-42 emotional roller coaster of a game against district rival Carter on Friday night at Hooper-Eblem Field.
In a matter of minutes — really one minute — Seymour was doomed.
Sevier County raced out to a 35-point first-half lead over Cocke County on Friday night and rode it, and the mercy-rule clock, to a 42-0 District 2-AAA victory.
Football coaches will tell you, week after week, their teams play the way they practice.
What do you do when you’re down three goals?
Pigeon Forge just kept running into stop signs.
Scott Meadows hasn’t wavered this season.
How hard is it to score in the postseason?
The first game was killer.
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On a night when Sevier County felt unlucky in the box, a lucky bounce was exactly what Seymour needed for a dramtic victory.
The notebook is never too far from Travis Hawkins’ bed.
Pigeon Forge was finally going to win a close one.