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.
It was a blowout, eventually.
Union County quarterback Josh Steele hit receiver Eli Turner for a 56-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage, as the Patriots executed their first of many big plays on their way to a 40-27 victory over The King’s Academy on senior night.
Sevier County and Seymour went the distance for the third time in the last week.
The Gatlinburg-Pittman volleyball team remained perfect in district play this season, taking the District 3-AA tournament title in straight sets over Carter on Thursday night at Jim Williams Gymnasium.
It was Seymour's most brilliant moment of the first half.
It’s a September evening at Dobyns-Bennett High School and Kody Paul’s season — his career, really — is about to change.
Nick Sexton isn’t making mistakes.
Mendy Maxwell’s always a threat at the net.
Jaimee Benjamin and her Sevier County coaching staff made keychains with one word on them after the Bearettes took Seymour to a fifth game last week: finish.
Their futures decided, two of Region 1-AAA’s best golfers sat alone by the first tee at The Country Club in Morristown last week.
Jeremy Odom may be just 5-foot-9, but his play is big and bold.
Seth Arwood just saw the colors.
The Fulton Falcons proved to be as good as their billing in a 61-0 win over Pigeon Forge Friday night at Jim Whaley Field.
Costly penalties and injuries seem to be the twin horns of Seymour’s dilemma as a football team this season, and that continued to be the case on Friday night in a 34-14 loss to South-Doyle in Knoxville.
South-Doyle rushed for more than 500 yards against a banged-up Seymour squadon Friday night to secure a 34-14 homecoming victory.
The Fulton Falcons entered Friday night’s game at Pigeon Forge with an average margin of victory of more than 53 points, and the trend continued with the Tigers falling by a 61-0 final against what appears to be an unstoppable Fulton squad.
Despondent a week earlier, the Sevier County football team was swimming in points, yards and good feelings.
Matt Lowe’s first season at the helm of The King’s Academy was sliced nicely.
There are few things Gatlinburg-Pittman coach Benny Hammonds hasn't accomplished in a career spanning more than four decades.
It was a familiar struggle for the Pigeon Forge girls soccer team.