Do two quarterbacks equal double the points?
Graham Clark leaned on a baseball analogy to try describe Thursday’s battle between Dobyns-Bennett and Sevier County.
JJ Jerman still practices the kick.
If you were picking a basketball player to stick on the volleyball court, you might overlook 5-foot-4 Haris Price.
Sevier County and Dobyns-Bennett hadn't met in 18 years when the old Big East conference was formed back in 1993. Since then, the two teams have waged epic battles — 24 of them — with, more often than not, league titles and playoff advancement on the line.
Pigeon Forge had to win the final two sets to knock off Carter on Tuesday, 22-25, 27-25, 17-25, 25-17, 15-7.
You can call Northview Academy's trip to Tuesday's District 2-A/AA golf tournament a success.
Gatlinburg-Pittman rallied after dropping the first set to Cocke County on Monday, beating the Lady Red 20-25, 25-17, 25-16, 25-12.
It took a little extra work, but Pigeon Forge got two golfers into the region tournament for the second straight year.
Sevier County held steady in the second Associated Press High School Football Poll of the season, but the competition gets tougher on Thursday.
Sometimes the golf course — not the other golfers — can be your biggest foil.
The King’s Academy made some plays but against a district foe like Friendship Christian Academy, the Lions needed to do more.
Despite a convincing 29-8 final, the Gatlinburg-Pittman Highlanders had to work hard late into the contest to secure victory against a hungry Union County Patriots squad at David Coppick Field on Friday night.
Pigeon Forge got what it needed out of its defense on Friday night.
Call it a false start for Pigeon Forge.
Missed opportunities and a sputtering offense haunted Seymour on Friday night.
Gatlinburg-Pittman bounced back from last week’s disappointment with a big 29-8 victory over the Union County Patriots on Friday night at David Coppick Field.
Sure, Sevier County wouldn’t have minded a few more first-half points Friday night in a district game against visiting Morristown East on the freshly dedicated Hardin-Robertson Field, but the Smoky Bears took another step in establishing a new identity.
Scott Meadows called Pigeon Forge’s game against Carter last year the biggest in school history.
Sevier County followed a draining, five-set win over Morristown West earlier this week with a relatively easy, 25-8, 25-10, 25-17 sweep of Cherokee on Tuesday night.
This home opener feels a little different for Sevier County and not just because former head coach Steve Brewer won’t be pacing the sidelines.
Sometimes harnessing speed can be as tough as playing without it.
The Sevier County softball team is in need of some stability and athletic director Bryan Atchley said he believes Phlyscia Miller is the one to deliver that.
Seymour had plenty of opportunities but only Taylor Lane’s first-half strike beat Gatlinburg-Pittman goalkeeper Sydney Perry on Tuesday.
Sevier County is seventh in the first Associated Press Prep Football Poll of the season released Tuesday.