Defense sparks West Valley in home victory 33-7

By Ken Lay A stifling defense helped West Valley Middle School’s boys basketball team earn an early-season Knox County Middle School Basketball Conference victory over rival Cedar Bluff Thursday night. “This was really an ugly game to watch,” Wolves first-year head coach Noel Landrin said after his team’s 33-7 league victory over the Giants at […]

East Tennessee Kidney Foundation hosts third annual ‘Vols for Kidneys’ Golf Classic

Former University of Tennessee football players will join the third annual East Tennessee Kidney Foundation “Vols for Kidneys” Golf Classic on Monday, Sept. 28.   Former UT athletes, including Will Overstreet, Fred White and Eddie Moore, will participate on four-player teams.   The winning team will be awarded a $100 Cherokee Country Club gift card […]

Vols to Open the Home Season Sept. 12

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, welcomes fans to campus Saturday, Sept. 12, for the first home football game of the 2015 season.   Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. EDT for the Volunteers’ game against the University of Oklahoma Sooners. Gates open at 4 p.m. ESPN will televise the game, which is sold out.   […]

Game Night Weather, Friday 082115

This is Meteorologist Bob Becker. As a cool front slides through our area, we will see much improved weather conditions by the time the UT Soccer Team hosts Lipscomb at 7pm Friday at Regal Soccer Stadium.   Rainfall amounts have varied from place to place this week, but the field will have a good chance […]

Knoxville Municipal, Whittle Springs Golf Courses Celebrate Major Enhancements

Mayor Madeline Rogero to Attend Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Thursday, August 13 Knoxville Municipal Golf Course and Whittle Springs Golf Course – owned by the City of Knoxville and managed by Billy Casper Golf (BCG) – will showcase more than $1 million in enhancements to the popular and storied public-access properties with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on […]

UT Athletics goes high tech with GPS tracking

  By Dan Andrews   The University of Tennessee is pumping some money into sports science.   With the hot weather and the start of college football practice, monitoring the weather and the impact it has on players is critical. To accomplish this task, the football program monitors the weather conditions using the 3M QUESTemp […]

Central baseball to host leadoff banquet

By Ken Lay   Central High School will unofficially open the 2015 baseball season with its first annual Leadoff Banquet on Jan. 31 at the Family Life Center at Central Baptist Church in Fountain City.   The event, which begins at 5 p.m. and will be emceed by WNML personality and University of Tennessee play-by-play […]

Pregame Analysis by Steve Williams of West vs. South Doyle

By Steve Williams It’s not all that rare, but it is special when two local teams from the same county collide deep in the state high school football playoffs. This Friday night, unbeaten South-Doyle and once-beaten West will square off in such a game. And a state championship could be on the horizon for the survivor […]

Fulton Homecoming to Honor 1974, 2004 Teams

Fulton High School would like to welcome back members of the 1974 State Runner Up team and members of the 2004 State Champions on Friday night, October 3rd for the Homecoming game versus Pigeon Forge. These players will be recognized on the field during the game. Everyone needs to meet at 6:30 in the 3rd […]

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