There's nothing quite like running at Disney World for Zac Sakacsi.
A text from a teammate may have changed the course of JJ Jerman’s college career.
Northview Academy viewed Friday’s game with Concord Christian as a litmus test.
Gatlinburg-Pittman came out of the winter break with one of its best practices in years on Monday and a rare road victory at Austin-East on Tuesday.
Two years ago, Christian Sisto didn’t know the name of a single football position.
When Sevier County didn’t have enough bowlers to field a girls team this winter, McKenna Shaffer had one option: bowl with the boys.
One thousand points.
Wins in Knoxville against Austin-East have been rare the last five years for Gatlinburg-Pittman’s boys basketball team.
Sevier County’s girls basketball team finished 1-2 this week in the Winterfest Shootout hosted by the Bearettes.
Four of Sevier County’s high school football teams had a player named to the Tennnessee Sports Writers Association’s All-State teams announced this week.
Five county soccer players were named to the All-Region 2-A/AA team this fall.
The end of Christmas is just the beginning of holiday basketball.
There was no shortage of hype surrounding Deuce Wallace.
The Pigeon Forge wrestling team won’t get to celebrate a tournament championship this Christmas.
Gatlinburg-Pittman started hot on Saturday and found enough in the tank late to knock off Dickson County and claim the Smoky Mountain Classic’s blue bracket title with a 79-74 victory.
Haris Price provided a breakout performance for the second straight night on Friday.
Haris Price started the biggest Smoky Mountain Classic with one of the biggest nights of her career.
Sevier County quarterback Deuce Wallace picked up his second scholarship offer on Tuesday night.
The Smoky Mountain Classic always provides a stiff challenge on the court for Gatlinburg-Pittman’s basketball teams.
Sevier County coach Jonathan Shultz was a little worried about how his team would play in a Monday game against rival Seymour.
If Sevier County was going to fend off a barrage of Seymour 3-pointers, the Smoky Bears were going to need to hit some foul shots.
It may be one of the shortest road trips in the state of Tennessee.
The Seymour wrestling team wrapped up practice on Wednesday by figuring just how many weeks until the state tournament.
Northview Academy coach Cory Harkleroad said he felt sick all day waiting for the first home District 2-A game in school history.
It’s easy for Michael Muszik to forget he’s still in high school these days.