Sevier County is searching for a new softball coach.
Three arrests have been made in connection with the vandalism discovered at Seymour’s new artificial turf football field last week.
It was a professional opportunity Josh Warner couldn’t turn down.
Like many who saw Seymour’s new artifical turf field up close, football coach Jerry Cooper said it was a beautiful addition to the school.
After six years and a trip to the state tournament, Paul Reagan said he felt it was time to leave coaching.
Pigeon Forge’s Trevor Jain cleared six feet, four inches on Friday to finish third in the class A/AA high jump at the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association’s track and field championships. Jain, in just his second year jumping, tied the mark for his best jump in competition and moved up two spots from his fifth-place finish last year at Middle Tennessee State University. Each of Friday’s top three competitors cleared 6-4, but CPA’s Zack Weatherly cleared it on his first attempt to win the title. Torran Davis reached the height on his second attempt to come in second for Red Bank while Jain cleared the bar on his third and final attempt. All three failed to clear 6-6.
A year ago, Trevor Jain was still a rookie in the high jump when he made it all the way to the state championships.
Thursday was a tough day for Sevier County.
It’s time to get serious.
In nearly three decades of teaching and coaching, Rick Cross has built a cross country powerhouse at Gatlinburg-Pittman, sending at least an individual to state in 23 of his 29 seasons.
Sevier County principal Toby Ward says hiring his school’s next football coach is an “awesome responsibility.”
George Quarles started getting calls from colleagues when word of Steve Brewer’s resignation spread late Sunday.
You probably recognize him as the most high-profile coach at Sevier County High School.
Steve Brewer will step down as Sevier County football coach on Monday
A pair of Sevier County standouts who went on to play in college and a pioneer of high school golf in the county will be honored Tuesday at The Smokies.
One of the things that makes the state tournament so special is how hard it is to get there.
A year after making his first competitive jumps and finishing fifth in the state, Trevor Jain has a high jump championship in his sights.
May has been good to the Sevier County baseball team.
A day after needing treatment for dehydration following a three-hour victory, Garrett Byrd couldn’t keep his season going.
Pigeon Forge knew it faced a challenge by being paired against Catholic in the Region 2-AA baseball semifinals on Monday in Knoxville.
Sevier County topped Science Hill 8-2 in a Region 1-AAA Tournament semifinal night at Cliff Davis Field.
Thirty-two wins and a perfect regular season in District 2-AAA were of little consolation for the Seymour softball team on Monday.
Hunter Miniard called it a man’s race.
Breaking out of a defensive standoff in which neither team could shift momentum, South-Doyle scored three runs in the top of the seventh to shut out Seymour, 3-0, and claim the District 2-AAA Softball Tournament on Thursday at Seymour Middle School.