Cosby, the third-ranked team in the latest Associated Press class A poll, led by double digits for much of the second on Tuesday at Northview Academy.
Dixon Brown calls this year's Sevier County boys bowling team the best group he's ever had.
The bus to Johnson City is getting pretty full.
Gatlinburg-Pittman’s growing post presence overwhelmed Pigeon Forge on Friday night.
A.J. Bennett admitted he may have been a little too hard on Zayquan Gillespie and Carlos Sweeney at halftime.
Pigeon Forge delivered a lesson in closing on Thursday night.
When this season began, Pigeon Forge girls basketball coach Emory Cain worried about how foul trouble or a few injuries could hamper the Tigers.
It’s been a good season for the Sevier County bowling team but it’s been an even better one for Dalen Dockery and McKenna Shaffer.
It wasn’t too long ago that Seymour was just trying to find a way to win a District 2-AAA game.
It was one of the worst possible places to suffer a loss after 19 straight victories.
John Fisher stood on the sideline and yelled to his team.
Macee Tinker came off the bench and fired in a career-high 23 points on Monday night to lead Gatlinburg-Pittman to a 67-45 victory over Fulton in a rematch of last year’s District 3-AA championship.
Dorian Banks has returned to Sevier County High School.
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.