The Seymour wrestling team wrapped up practice on Wednesday by figuring just how many weeks until the state tournament.
Northview Academy coach Cory Harkleroad said he felt sick all day waiting for the first home District 2-A game in school history.
It’s easy for Michael Muszik to forget he’s still in high school these days.
Pigeon Forge finally got a victory and coach John Kucela wasn’t there to see it.
There were plenty of obstacles facing the Seymour girls basketball team on paper this winter.
The Northview Academy basketball teams took full advantage of their first opportunities to play at the varsity level on homecoming Friday night at Concord Christian School.
Gatlinburg-Pittman hasn't had a whole lot of time to work on its press this season, but coach A.J. Bennett knew it could be a weapon on Friday against Pigeon Forge.
When you're defense-centric like Pigeon Forge, missing layups at the other end can be costly.
It's time to focus on the games at Northview Academy.
When Gatlinburg-Pittman walked away with a victory over Pigeon Forge on Halloween, Hammonds Stadium looked like a snow globe.
It’s a game Sevier County probably doesn’t win without Deuce Wallace.
While Zach Linginfelter continues to work on the basketball court for Sevier County, his baseball skills are getting national recognition.
Ethan Loveday proved his worth down the stretch on Monday night.
At 5-foot-4, Mikayla Harris was among the shortest girls on the floor.
Trevor Jain was in awe when he first arrived at West Oaks Academy.
There was going to be no doubt this time.
Sevier County’s 2015 football schedule may not be as much fun for the coaches as it will be for the fans.
Neither varsity team from The King’s Academy played their best on Tuesday night.
Nick Osborne’s coach said it was his velocity and newly developed slider.
It looked all too familiar.
Pigeon Forge could not overcome a fast start by visiting Christian Academy of Knoxville in a 26-15 loss on Friday night at Jim Whaley Field.
The Alcoa Tornadoes rushed for more than 260 yards in the first half and defensively stymied Gatlinburg-Pittman’s running attack, led by Michael Muszik, to end the Highlanders’ season, 49-14, on Friday night in the second round of the Class 3A state playoffs.
Michael Muszik has been such a massive fixture in the Gatlinburg-Pittman backfield that it’s hard to imagine the Highlanders without him.
It wasn’t hard to see before the season began that Pigeon Forge had a chance to get back to the second round of the playoffs.
It was a stat that almost screamed at you.