It wasn’t the best start for Griffin Gantte in his first trip to the state golf tournament.
Sevier County got its revenge on Monday.
It’s finally The King’s Academy’s turn to play for a state golf crown.
It doesn’t take a whole lot of research to figure out why The King’s Academy volleyball team is so good this year.
The King’s Academy took its first step toward the postseason on Friday, earning its first district win of the year, 34-14, over Ezell-Harding.
It was a struggle more than a game.
Undefeated South-Doyle entered its District 2-AAA contest at Seymour on Friday night without the services of its top offensive player and University of Tennessee commit Jocquez Bruce, who has an ankle injury.
Fulton’s high-powered offense proved too much for Pigeon Forge to handle, producing close to 400 yards on its way to a 55-6 victory over the Tigers on Friday night.
It was total domination for the Sevier County Smoky Bears in a 51-10 rout of district rival Cherokee on Friday night.
A year ago the Gatlinburg-Pittman football team was just trying to beat Austin-East for the first time in school history.
The King’s Academy jumped all over Pigeon Forge on Thursday.
When it comes to defense, Scott Meadows gets to watch other people work magic.
Spencer Cross showed, once again, he knows how to finish.
The King’s Academy’s trip to the Division II-A East/Middle region tournament left coach Butch Davis with some mixed feelings.
Tied with Pigeon Forge early in the opening set, Gatlinburg-Pittman was looking for a spark.
Spencer Cross put in a solid first day of work at the state golf tournament.
After three years on defense, Madison Thomas had to move up front for Gatlinburg-Pittman this fall.
It’s been a yo-yo season for the Pigeon Forge girls soccer team.
It was the start Sevier County needed.
Pigeon Forge allowed just one first down in the first half and rushed for more than 200 yards on its way to a dominant 42-14 win over visiting Grainger High School on Friday.
The Gatlinburg-Pittman Highlanders relived some old memories with a big 56-7 victory over the visiting Cumberland Gap Panthers in a contest between former Watauga Conference rivals for the Blue-and-Gold homecoming at Hammonds Stadium on Friday night.
Pigeon Forge had won seven straight entering Thursday’s game with Rockwood but none of those opponents were as tough as the Tigers.
This summer, Logan McCarter was hoping he could get some significant playing time on the Furman football team.
Tim Bohanan is hesitant to use the word selfish.