The King’s Academy’s trip to the Division II-A East/Middle region tournament left coach Butch Davis with some mixed feelings.
Tied with Pigeon Forge early in the opening set, Gatlinburg-Pittman was looking for a spark.
Spencer Cross put in a solid first day of work at the state golf tournament.
After three years on defense, Madison Thomas had to move up front for Gatlinburg-Pittman this fall.
It’s been a yo-yo season for the Pigeon Forge girls soccer team.
It was the start Sevier County needed.
Pigeon Forge allowed just one first down in the first half and rushed for more than 200 yards on its way to a dominant 42-14 win over visiting Grainger High School on Friday.
The Gatlinburg-Pittman Highlanders relived some old memories with a big 56-7 victory over the visiting Cumberland Gap Panthers in a contest between former Watauga Conference rivals for the Blue-and-Gold homecoming at Hammonds Stadium on Friday night.
Pigeon Forge had won seven straight entering Thursday’s game with Rockwood but none of those opponents were as tough as the Tigers.
This summer, Logan McCarter was hoping he could get some significant playing time on the Furman football team.
Tim Bohanan is hesitant to use the word selfish.
Tyler Bohanan and Heidi Lawson wrapped up their trips to the state tournament on a positive note even if their scores were a little higher than they’d like.
After three straight games without a goal, Sevier County’s offense took off on Tuesday night.
Tyler Bohanan’s first trip to the state tournament got off to a great start.
The worst part may just be the waiting.
Sevier County is still sitting at the bottom of the Associated Press top 10 but a win over the top team on Friday would certainly move the Smoky Bears up.
Gatlinburg-Pittman fell to 3-2 on the season after a 61-0 loss to two-time defending state champion Fulton on Friday night at Legion Field.
It was expected to be a competitive contest between a pair of improving District 3-AA football programs.
Seymour’s trip to Jefferson County for a District 2-AAA contest on Friday night was bound to break a losing streak.After winning their first game of the season, the Eagles had lost three straight, and the Patriots were feeling frustrated by an 0-3 start.
There's just something about Burke-Toney Stadium that can make a trip here uncomfortable for Sevier County.
This is what Gatlinburg-Pittman football should look like.
When Deuce Wallace was a middle schooler, Alan Silva doesn’t remember the quarterback being much bigger than him at 5-foot-9.
Every time Sevier County played Seymour last season, it went five sets, and each time the Eagles won.
The King’s Academy kept slaying giants on Monday.