Surely, this is the year.
Inseparable on the course — and the scoreboard — Spencer Cross and Ben Huskey will play their final high school tournament together at the state championships.
Sevier County could not stop Maryville.
The Gatlinburg-Pittman Highlanders got back to their winning ways Friday night, defeating Cumberland Gap, 35-7.
The Pigeon Forge Tigers climbed above .500 on the season with their second-straight blowout victory, this time a 40-7 victory over Grainger.
Luke Manning sat alone on the bench, helmet still on, staring straight ahead.
Brandon Laws didn’t have to work too hard to bring home a county championship.
Back in 1993, Steve Brewer called up Brentwood Academy to set up a game.
Several years ago, Martin Cross delivered an ultimatum to his son Spencer.
Back in August, it looked like defense would be Sevier County’s biggest strength.
The Smoky Bears face No. 1 Maryville this week.
Sevier County stays in fifth while Gatlinburg-Pittman drops to eighth.
Sevier County’s 63-28 win over Morristown West was a crazy game, with some even crazier numbers.
The Pigeon Forge Tigers put two consecutive heartbreaking losses behind them and moved forward with a dominant 55-14 win over District 3-AA rival Union County on Friday night at David Coppick Field.
Mistakes factor into every win and every loss, but some mistakes cost more than others.
A tough night in Knoxville illustrated some tough lessons for Gatlinburg-Pittman.
Kelsey Wypych is one busy college freshman.
Pigeon Forge evened its season record and picked up its first District 3-AA win of the season with a big 55-14 victory over Union County on Friday night at David Coppick Field.
Everyone knows about Fulton’s great offense (more than 50 points per game) and its spectacular defense (three shutouts in four games).
The Seymour Eagles came out on the short side of a 45-28 score against the visiting Jefferson County Patriots on Friday.
The Sevier County Smoky Bears earned their 22nd-straight IMAC conference win Friday night with a 63-28 pummeling of visiting Morristown West.
Benny Hammonds knows the magnitude of the task his Gatlinburg-Pittman football team faces tonight against Fulton.
Fred C. Atchley got it started.
It wasn’t Tyler Bohanan’s best round, but it was good enough.
Before Friday night’s game, Sevier County starter Joseph Hayes was walking back and forth on the sideline in a boot.