K.C. Gann’s first text to his baseball team at The King’s Academy was about paying attention to detail.
It’s been a busy first week for the Sevier County baseball team.
Northwestern wasn't on Deuce Wallace's radar as recently as December.
The second annual Smoky Mountain Cup was good to Sevier County.
At this rate, The King’s Academy won’t make it to the seventh inning all season.
Pigeon Forge had plenty of scoring opportunities a year ago.
Before he became a teacher and a two-sport coach, Zach Schrandt sold timeshares.
Miranda Duncan did a bit of everything for Seymour on Thursday night.
Wondering how Pigeon Forge measures up this spring?
This may be among the fastest teams Mike Guinn has ever had.
Six coaches in four years is an easy way to gut a program.
Last spring was a difficult one for Seymour.
There’s perhaps no bigger way for The King’s Academy to start the season than with a win over Seymour.
Kendall Catlett retired the first nine batters he faced on Monday afternoon while the Seymour offense backed him up with nine runs in the first three innings of the season.
It may be a difficult reality of softball that Seymour won 32 games last spring but fell short of the state tournament for the first time since 2010.
Something had to be wrong.
Gavin Thompson will tell you he wasn’t very good when he started playing basketball.
Back-to-back trips to the state sectional playoffs have brought the same disappointing result for Sevier County’s baseball team.
Softball success often begins and ends in the circle.
Travis Hart is feeling rejuvenated.
There’s little time to rest for Haley Johnson.
Xavier Bohanan glanced at the ceiling inside Pigeon Forge’s wrestling building on Monday.
Building a road to the state championship takes years of work.
John Fisher gestured toward the nearby marker board, right above where the newly won Region 2-AA championship plaque rested.
It didn’t take long for Northview Academy to figure out just how tough an opponent they’d drawn in the Region 1-A quarterfinals on Friday night.