It’s tournament time.
You can go from scapegoat to hero pretty quickly.
It’s been a pretty good week for the Pigeon Forge boys tennis team.
Pigeon Forge packed it in on defense on Friday night.
Strong pitching and one swing of the bat was the formula for a 1-0 Pigeon Forge win over rival Sevier County in a throwback contest Friday night at Fisher Field.
From start to finish, Pigeon Forge was cool and efficient on Thursday night.
Brian Jessie is a head coach again.
Austin Byrd's Tuesday began with a start against Union County where the Gatlinburg-Pittman pitcher couldn't get past the first inning.
One night after Seymour fell to Sevier County in 11 innings, the Eagles scored six runs in the first before bringing in Douglas Maples in relief to preserve a 10-8 victory.
When Sevier County went into the bottom of the seventh with a three-run lead over rival Seymour, it seemed like the game was over.
It was a tough day to run in Boston on Monday.
Deuce Wallace couldn't sleep for four straight days.
Drew Fugate learned a lesson the very first day of practice.
Zach Schrandt pulled his entire starting lineup — save for keeper Gabe Hinton — off the field early in Friday night’s matchup with Concord Christian.
Dannie Luczak was already a starter as a freshman at Jefferson County before she transferred to Gatlinburg-Pittman.
The Sevier County boys soccer team found its unbeaten record on the line again on Thursday night.
Ryan Beal’s future as a Division I basketball player may be finally sinking in.
Drew Payne knew if his Seymour boys soccer team opened up the field on Tuesday, Morristown West’s talent would overwhelm the Eagles.
Buddy Bailey called the bus ride “hellacious.”
Wil Crowe, who led Pigeon Forge to the 2013 AA state baseball championship, will miss the rest of the season at South Carolina with a right elbow injury.
Sterling record or not, Sevier County baseball coach Casey Taylor knew his team would have its hands full against Morristown West ace Will Heflin on Monday night.
Charlie Brown’s walk-off grand slam in the eighth inning against Blackman capped a huge weekend for the Sevier County baseball team on Saturday afternoon.
Niamh Schumacher began 2015 with a modest goal in the mile.
Niamh Schumacher may not have been able to catch Peighton Meske on Friday night but shaving 30 seconds off her goal wasn’ta bad consolation.
It took six innings, but Bailey Pierce finally got some dirt on third base.