The preseason wasn’t kind to Nick Osborne.
Lauren Irwin was always on base.
Darrel Lauderdale has some typical Hall of Fame credentials.
Deuce and Chase Wallace’s first day back in Sevier County was like a homecoming.
Catching a pass from Bobby Maze was once something Devin Schmidt could only dream of.
In 13 seasons at McMinn Central, Travis Hart said he’s had many opportunities to go somewhere else.
Emory Cain’s desire to coach has always been about more than wins and losses.
Devin Schmidt didn’t expect to get drafted into the Pilot Rocky Top League.
Gatlinburg-Pittman has picked its latest baseball coach and the Highlanders hope Travis Hart can bring wins for years to come.
The high school football postseason as we know it could be changing.
Brian Cox still remembers having to change uniforms and logos every time the Tennessee Smokies switched their major league affiliation.
Change could be coming to the high school football playoffs in Tennessee once again.
Logan Sawyer tried to treat Saturday like any other day.
Sevier County didn’t want to mess with a winning formula.
This spring was about new beginnings for the most successful football team in Sevier County and the newest one.
A year after leading Pigeon Forge to its first postseason victory, football coach Scott Meadows is plotting an encore.
Separated by a narrow strip of highway, Seymour and The King’s Academy are both trying to construct winning football teams.
Former Pigeon Forge Tiger Wil Crowe tossed a four-hitter in his first NCAA tournament start to keep South Carolina alive in the Columbia Regional with a 9-0 victory over Campbell on Sunday.
Sevier County is searching for a new softball coach.
Three arrests have been made in connection with the vandalism discovered at Seymour’s new artificial turf football field last week.
It was a professional opportunity Josh Warner couldn’t turn down.
To many in town, they were just Al and Elaine.
Like many who saw Seymour’s new artifical turf field up close, football coach Jerry Cooper said it was a beautiful addition to the school.
After six years and a trip to the state tournament, Paul Reagan said he felt it was time to leave coaching.
Pigeon Forge’s Trevor Jain cleared six feet, four inches on Friday to finish third in the class A/AA high jump at the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association’s track and field championships. Jain, in just his second year jumping, tied the mark for his best jump in competition and moved up two spots from his fifth-place finish last year at Middle Tennessee State University. Each of Friday’s top three competitors cleared 6-4, but CPA’s Zack Weatherly cleared it on his first attempt to win the title. Torran Davis reached the height on his second attempt to come in second for Red Bank while Jain cleared the bar on his third and final attempt. All three failed to clear 6-6.