The Alcoa Tornadoes rushed for more than 260 yards in the first half and defensively stymied Gatlinburg-Pittman’s running attack, led by Michael Muszik, to end the Highlanders’ season, 49-14, on Friday night in the second round of the Class 3A state playoffs.
Michael Muszik has been such a massive fixture in the Gatlinburg-Pittman backfield that it’s hard to imagine the Highlanders without him.
It wasn’t hard to see before the season began that Pigeon Forge had a chance to get back to the second round of the playoffs.
It was a stat that almost screamed at you.
For the first time since 2006, both the Seymour boys and girls basketball teams have won their first two games.
Towson seemed the least likely destination for Brittany Tarr.
A pair of first-year coaches started tenures with victories on Tuesday.
The degree of difficulty ratchets up in Week 2.
Ready or not, here comes basketball.
No one was supposed to be keeping score in the CAREacter Star Community Service Game at Grace Christian Academy on Saturday, but the 2014 football season ended on a positive note for The King’s Academy, which prevailed over Lenoir City, 38-30.
Seth Arwood has made some huge plays in his Sevier County football career.
Gatlinburg-Pittman earned its first-ever victory against Sweetwater and kept its season alive for at least another week with a dominant 52-23 first-round playoff win Friday night at Hammonds Stadium.
Pigeon Forge relied on a gritty defensive performance and a strong night running the football to beat West Greene, 49-6, in the first round of the class 3A playoffs on Friday.
Sevier County teams could be looking east in 2015.
Sevier County head coach Tony Linginfelter challenged his team to be more physical up front in the preseason.
The Pigeon Forge football team is in a pretty special position: hosting a playoff game.
Benny Hammonds has accomplished plenty in a long career at Gatlinburg-Pittman High School.
A historic season isn’t over for The King’s Academy.
A spate of incidents this fall has thrust sportsmanship to the forefront in Tennessee.
Sevier County and Pigeon Forge both exited the Associated Press High School Football Poll on Monday.
Long before the meat of the high school season, Matthew Kieta and Gavin Hutchens are competing in one of their biggest tournaments of the year.
It’s the kind of jump that will raise an eyebrow.
Three county teams will get to stay home in the first game of the playoffs.
The Webb Spartans rushed for 190 yards and scored six times in the first half on Halloween night to eliminate any chance The King’s Academy had of securing a playoff spot this season.
The Seymour Eagles gridiron gang snapped an eight-game losing streak and finished the 2014 football season 26-14 winners over District 2-AAA rival Cherokee.