It was a quarter where Pigeon Forge showed all it could be.
It was an ugly night for Sevier County.
Usually it’s Brittany Tarr demonstrating heroics for the Sevier County girls basketball team.
The scene felt like a Saturday in January, not a weeknight in December.
Gatlinburg-Pittman outscored visiting Carter by nine in the fourth quarter to pick up a 92-87 victory on Tuesday.
Seymour's girls basketball team has been in both of its district games this season entering the fourth quarter.
Two county wrestling teams put together top-10 finishes at weekend tournaments.
It’s all about the team for Pigeon Forge.
Rebecca Baker just wanted to finish the victory.
It seemed a simple formula for success.
The first time Brittany Tarr drew a double team, she thought “Whoa.”
Jacob Whaley followed up a career night by pouring in 26 points on Tuesday to lead Sevier County to a 76-54 win over South-Doyle.
It’s the day after Thanksgiving, a retail bonanza for many Americans.
There are few moments in a basketball game more packed with pressure.
Sevier County's football players made a splash on the basketball court Monday.
While the rain picked up Friday night behind Shields Stadium, Steve Brewer walked back and forth with a football in hand.
All Sevier County needed was a stop.
Thursday night’s doubleheader with Cocke County was a learning experience for Gatlinburg-Pittman.
Marcus Stanton didn’t know who Trevor Jain was.
Alex Cate expects some more individual success for his Seymour wrestling team this winter.
The King’s Academy wants to play fast.
The more comfortable The King’s Academy’s girls basketball team gets, the better things should go for the Lions.
Judge this Pigeon Forge team by last season’s record at your own peril.
The Pigeon Forge girls basketball team has great chemistry and a good core, including a player coach Paul Reagan calls one of the best to ever come through the school.