The King's Academy made history this spring — and we're not just talking about the softball team.
The Special Olympics golf program in Sevier County, sponsored by the Gifted Olympians Lifelong Friends League, holds practices at the Sevierville Golf Club on the first and third Tuesdays of the month and at The Track in Pigeon Forge on the second Tuesday of the month, June thru August.
Hunter Miniard led early on Friday before Memphis Central’s Kristopher Butler just edged him out at the line to win the 300-meter hurdles state title.
Taylor Weekly paused.
The King’s Academy’s fairy tale week reached an abrupt intermission on Friday morning.
Niamh Schumacher has a state title
Brianna Connatser had seen this movie before.
Marc Weekly started the postgame huddle by asking his softball players if they were upset with their debut performance in Murfreesboro.
Marc Weekly knew when he hired Jeff Monckton that the soccer coach wanted to get a next-level job.
It's one of the toughest challenges in sports.
Seymour Athletic Director Gary Householder was already in the midst of searching for a replacement for longtime baseball coach Scott Norman when two more resignations crossed his desk on Tuesday.
Austin Cline is right where his coach figured he’d be entering the second day of the state decathlon.
Neka Knowles knew she had four attempts at the shot put during last week’s Division II East Sectional Championships.
Seymour wanted to make someone other than Kaleigh Wynne deliver the fatal blow on Friday.
It’s time to begin the waiting game.
It’s more history for The King’s Academy softball team.
It was an ugly night for The King’s Academy.
The postseason has been cruel to the Seymour softball team the last two seasons.
Don’t expect Blake Jones’ life to resemble one of those Disney World commercials for Super Bowl champions.
It was evenly played in all respects but the scoreboard.
One loss doesn't erase a historic 20-game win streak or an unbeaten regular season.
The Sevier County baseball team played Dobyns-Bennett to a 1-1 draw over six innings on Monday in the Region 1-AAA semi-finals.
The pitching, defense and bats just weren’t there for the Pigeon Forge Tigers in a season-ending 13-2 upset loss to Knoxville Catholic in a Region 2-AA Tournament opener on Monday night at Jack A. Parton Field.
Kallyn Newport had struck out in her first two trips to the plate.
Why the hurdles?