Gatlinburg-Pittman did everything it could to win Wednesday's District 3-AA championship.
How do you get over a loss as painful as Gatlinburg-Pittman’s overtime defeat in Tuesday’s District 3-AA championship?
What a difference a day makes.
Solid defense wasn’t enough to overcome a lack of offensive production in Sevier County’s 51-36 loss to Jefferson County in the District 2-AAA championship game on Tuesday.
Haris Price thought she'd won it.
Coach Katie Parton and her Gatlinburg-Pittman girls basketball team had to sit through a couple of upsets on Monday at Union County High School.
Eliminating your rivals on a buzzer beater is a big deal.
Surprising Morristown East blew the doors off the gym with an 82-64 win over the Seymour Lady Eagles in an IMAC tourney consolation contest at Jefferson County High School night.
It continues to be a breakout year for Sevier County athletes in college.
Behind a strong defensive performance in the second half, Sevier County beat Cocke County, 64-59, to advance to the District 2-AAA championship game on Saturday.
Add another state title for the Pigeon Forge wrestling team.
Gatlinburg-Pittman’s charmed season started unraveling weeks ago.
The Sevier County Bearettes basketball squad suffered a 63-44 season-ending Valentine’s Day heartbreaker in an IMAC Conference tournament loss to Morristown East at Jefferson County High School night.
A state wrestling championship is still proving to be an elusive goal.
Seymour is back in the Region 1-AAA tournament.
It was a loss, but Paul Reagan said he’s rarely been prouder of a group of girls.
It’s a scene you wouldn’t see in many other sports.
Even after one of its worst offensive starts of the year, Seymour still was in it against South-Doyle.
Marc Weekly is taking a step back so he can take a step forward.
Grant Gallaspy kept pinching his leg.
Seymour had the lead and the crowd.
It took a little extra grit, but Adam Deatherage and Jeremy Weech finally delivered the first postseason win of their high school careers.
Sevier County sophomore Dorian Banks announced he is committed to playing college football at Tennessee on MyVLT’s High School Heroes on Thursday evening.
There’s a couple ways to look at the brave new world of Tennessee high school wrestling.