A five-run deficit in the first inning would spell doom for most teams.
Enjoy this spring high school sports season.
Opening Day is always special.
Before Emily Lavoie got to know her new softball coach, she Googled her.
Sevier County’s baseball opener went about the way coach Casey Taylor thought it would.
It’s usually not long after a state title that the whispers of a repeat begin.
A year after putting together the best baseball season Sevier County High School has ever seen, the Smoky Bears want to take it a step further.
Baseball in Seymour is a game of tiny increments.
Kyle Viers lifts his hands up to show the blisters.
Haley Johnson is spending her spring on a ball field again and the new Gatlinburg-Pittman softball coach said she’s glad to be back.
When new softball coach Jess Sterling arrived at Seymour High School, one of her first goals was to institute a new weight program as part of her “change is good” theme.
Seymour’s Reid Ballard will play Division I softball.
Pigeon Forge’s new softball coach is settling in quite nicely.
Sevier County graduate Devin Schmidt has been turning heads since he arrived at Delta State.
It’s a Wednesday in March, but football is dominating the headlines this morning.
Jim Moore is headed back to the beginning.
Swimming isn’t just about flying fast through the water.
It only took one full season of football for Jason Maduafokwa to capture the attention of colleges.
They’re the calling cards of a season’s painful conclusion: bloodshot eyes, faces buried in jerseys, fists banged against concrete.
The Gatlinburg-Pittman boys basketball team opened its Region 2-AA semifinal contest with seven straight points, setting a run-and-gun pace against Christian Academy of Knoxville.
For the second straight year, it looked like Gatlinburg-Pittman was headed to sub-state.
This loss to Fulton hurt the most.
How’d you stop a guy who dropped 40 on you two months ago?