The Gatlinburg-Pittman Highlanders kept it close for five innings against the Knoxville Carter Green Hornets in a first-round district tournament contest at Gibbs on Friday evening, but the Blue-and-Gold pitching ran out of gas in an eventual 10-0 six-inning loss.
Monday afternoon Seymour Eagles basketball players got some surprising news. Head coach Brian Jessie, who just completed his fourth season at the helm of the team in March, is stepping down.
On April 10, the Sequoyah Chiefs shocked fans of high school baseball across East Tennessee with a 9-8 upset of the previously-unbeaten Pigeon Forge Tigers.
The Chiefs (19-4 overall) capitalized on a slew of Tigers’ errors to knock off the power Pigeon Forge squad (28-2) 9-8.
Thursday night it was a different story altogether at Jack A. Parton Field as the team met for a rematch.
For the 12th time in her career and sixth time this season, Seymour senior Carly Lewis has pitched a no-hitter for the Lady Eagles (32-6-1, 12-1 in District 2-AAA).
For four innings Monday night, it looked as though the Sevier County Bears might never get to Seymour pitcher Hunter Neff.
Teams from across the county gathered together with beautiful weather Thursday for the first night of the Smoky Bear Soccer Tournament in Sevierville.
An overpowering pitcher and a potent lineup can make a nearly unbeatable combination.
The South-Doyle Lady Cherokees learned that the hard way Wednesday night in a rain-out makeup game.
The Pigeon Forge Tigers (17-1 overall) rebounded well from their first loss of the season Friday afternoon with a 4-0 shutout of Rabun Gap (Ga.) in the first day of play at the Demarini Classic at Farragut High School.
For about 25 minutes Friday evening it looked as though the unbeaten Pigeon Forge Tigers (8-0 overall) might be the victim of the latest Cosby Eagles (4-3-1) upset.
The Seymour Lady Eagles advanced to the round of eight at the Kingsport/Eastman Fastpitch Softball Tournament with relative ease this weekend, defeating four straight opponents with mercy-shortened victories.
Just three wins shy of the best start in program history, the Cookeville Cavaliers (15-1) were handed their first loss of 2013 by the Sevier County Smoky Bears (17-3 overall) 5-3 Saturday afternoon at Smokies Park.
The Seymour Eagles track team hosted a meet with Gatlinburg-Pittman and Heritage Thursday at Benton Householder Field on the campus of SHS.
With wins over Whitwell, Chattanooga Central, Knox Halls, Soddy Daisy and Union County, the Seymour Lady Eagles overcame a early tournament loss to claim the championship of the 2013 Lady Trojans Invitational Saturday evening.
The Pigeon Forge Tigers reignited their county rivalry with the Sevier County Bears with a bang Friday night at Jack A. Parton Field.
Everyone knew the Seymour Eagles were good, but Thursday night’s win over Sevier County may have just shown the rest of the IMAC Conference exactly what they’re dealing with.
The Pigeon Forge Tigers hardball squad remained perfect on the season, but it took a lot of mistakes to make it to 12-0 on the year.
The Seymour Eagles went to Kingsport viewing the Dobyns-Bennett tournament as a stepping stone. What they may have found instead was a launching pad.
Though the weather wasn’t perfect for this past weekend’s annual Smoky Mountain Invitational baseball tournament, the three local baseball teams that participated in the field were.
The Pigeon Forge continued their unbeaten beginning to the 2013 season Tuesday night with a doubleheader sweep of District 3-AA foe Union County.
With the pre-game scoreboard clock winding down and two basketball teams finishing their warm-ups, Xiaopeng Hua, of China, could finally see his senior project come to fruition.
The Sevier County Bearettes used a game-winning RBI double from Jodie Watson in the bottom of the 7th inning to finish a 13-12 battle with county-rival Gatlinburg-Pittman Friday evening.
The Pigeon Forge Tigers (6-0 overall) finished out a perfect week of baseball Saturday night with a 6-5 win over Maryville in the finals of the BSN Team Sports Classic.
The Pigeon Forge Tigers (5-0 overall) got a dominating performance from right-handed ace Wil Crowe and a trio of round-trippers in a 12-0 mercy-shortened win over 2012 AAA state runner-up Bearden Saturday afternoon in the semifinals of the BSN Team Sports Classic at Anderson County High School.
The Gatlinburg-Pittman Highlanders baseball team is off to a perfect start to the 2013 season, thanks to three-straight wins Thursday and Friday.
The Seymour Eagles soccer team may have looked dominant to a casual observer during Friday night’s 4-1 dismantling of visiting Cocke County, but to coach Drew Payne, there was plenty of room for improvement.