Amidst the elated gaggle of wrestlers on the floor of the Williamson County Agricultural Exposition Arena on Saturday night, someone exclaimed, “There will be no four-peat!”
A year ago, Isaac Frye’s state dual championships ended on a snowy curb with a broken collarbone.
Something special has been building on wrestling mats in Pigeon Forge for a while.
The Gatlinburg-Pittman girls picked up a key district victory with a 57-43 win over Fulton on Friday night.
The Gatlinburg-Pittman Highlanders came up short in a much anticipated battle for District 3-AA supremacy when the visiting Fulton Falcons ran away with a 69-56 victory on Friday night.
Franklin Darnell didn’t want to let this opportunity slip away.
Ken Wright laughed when he recalled Dakota Cogdill’s presence on the boards.
An injury derailed Isaac Frye’s last trip to the state dual tournament.
Jeremy Johnston likes to say fitness saved his life.
Unexpected snowfall caused postponements across the region on Tuesday.
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The short bursts of commands coming from the bench can seem cryptic.
It was one of the few times when Gatlinburg-Pittman couldn't keep up.
It was a rare instance where being No. 1 was a negative.
Pigeon Forge saved the drama for next week.
Sevier County’s McKenna Shaffer is leading Tennessee.
Gatlinburg-Pittman’s girls bowling team went further than it had in four years this season.
It was a start that was tough to match.
The chance for revenge was all the motivation the Gatlinburg-Pittman girls basketball team needed on Friday night.
Clay Leatherwood and Steffen Schroeder may provide plenty of scoring for Gatlinburg-Pittman, but it’s point guard Thomas Mackey who delivers the raw emotion.
Pigeon Forge is right where it wants to be a week before the region duals.
Gary Householder’s career accomplishments are tough to sum up.