MORRISTOWN – The Tusculum University A Team opened with 299 and are in second place at the Walters State Fall Classic, which is being held at The Country Club of Morristown.
A chance to benefit an agency whose mission is “to provide compassionate care, therapeutic activities, and professional support in a cozy, homelike setting” is coming up at Link Hills Country Club, 1325 East Allens Bridge Road, Greeneville.
Brooke Radcliffe scored in the fourth minute and Danielle Breen finished with 10 saves as Tusculum University beat Wingate University 1-0 in South Atlantic Conference women’s soccer action Sunday afternoon at Pioneer Field.
Ameen Stevens rushed for 112 yards on 19 carries and three touchdowns to lead eighth-ranked Lenoir-Rhyne University to a 38-14 South Atlantic Conference victory at Tusculum University on Saturday afternoon at Pioneer Field.
The Tusculum women’s volleyball team defeated Coker in three sets while setting a new match-high and an all-time record on Friday night.
KNOXVILLE – Knox Catholic scored 35 points in the first quarter and all its points in the first half en route to a 49-7 win over the West Greene Buffaloes on Friday night.
After two straight weeks of football games that went right down to the wire, the first a loss to bitter rival South Greene and the second a last-minute rally to beat Unicoi County, maybe Chuckey-Doak just didn’t have that fire in their bellies that they exhibited the previous two Friday nights.
The Greeneville Greene Devils treated their fans to vintage Greene Devil football at Burley Stadium on Friday night.
South Greene jumped on top of North Greene early on Friday night and never let up on its way to completing a sweep of its Greene County opponents while collecting the County Cup.
The Tusculum University women's volleyball team hosts a wide spectrum of South Atlantic Conference teams for a home weekend series. Coker, Friday night’s opponent, sits 11th in the standings, while Saturday’s foe, nationally-ranked Wingate, is undefeated through 16 games.
The Greeneville Greene Devils are coming off a 70-6 win at Sullivan Central.
The Tusculum University football team will host the eighth-ranked Lenoir-Rhyne University Bears at Pioneer Field at 1:30 p.m. Saturday for a South Atlantic Conference tilt.
DURHAM, N.C. – Former Tusculum University pitcher Brandon Dickson has been named to the 28-man roster for Team USA at the upcoming World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) Premier12 announced USA Baseball officials Thursday.
Friday night is rivalry week on Rebel Hill as North Greene crosses the county looking to upset unbeaten and state-ranked South Greene.
The South Greene volleyball team continued its dominating run through District 1-A on Thursday evening and captured its 11th straight district tournament title.
The North Greene boys golf team, led by Aidan Collier, had a strong second day in the TSSAA Small Class State Tournament on Wednesday at Willowbrook Golf Course in Manchester.
Cherokee Race Park’s Makinna Smith memorial benefit was an awesome success as more than 100 drivers turned out to support the Smith family along with some neck-to-neck drag racing as fans, crews and drivers flooded the grounds.
The Greeneville volleyball team battled back late on Tuesday afternoon, but it was not enough to get past Seymour in the District 2-2A tournament championship game.
It did not look pretty at times, but the West Greene volleyball team was able to grind out a victory on Monday afternoon to extend its season at least one more night.
The Wingate University football team jumped to a 14-0 lead but the 16th-ranked Bulldogs had to hold off a stubborn Tusculum University squad in a 28-21 South Atlantic Conference win at Pioneer Field Saturday afternoon.
West Greene’s offense started slow on Friday night, but Chase Jennings’ burning speed on the perimeter got things turned around and propelled the Buffaloes to a win over North Greene.
BLOUNTVILLE – The Greeneville Greene Devils rolled up a season-high for points in a 70-6 win at Sullivan Central on Friday night.
Caught up with Nik Williams, my favorite race car driver, this week, which is becoming tougher to do.
GREENVILLE – South Greene’s game against Cosby Friday night got a late start due to an expanded homecoming ceremony.
To borrow a phrase from Franco Harris and the old Pittsburgh Steelers, it was truly an immaculate reception.
After graduating 27 seniors and undergoing a coaching change in the offseason following back-to-back 15-0 state championship seasons, the Greeneville Greene Devils are in a year of discovery.
After playing three of its first four games on the road, the Tusculum University football team will play five of its next six contests at home beginning with Saturday’s homecoming clash against 16th-ranked and undefeated Wingate University.
North Greene and West Greene will face off on Friday night on The Range with not only cross-county bragging rights on the line, but playoff positioning at stake as they enter the final stretch of the regular season.
In honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Greeneville soccer team recognized family members of the team who have battled cancer prior to its 3-2 loss to Science Hill on Thursday.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Two goals in the first half helped send Queens University of Charlotte to a 2-1 victory over Tusculum University Wednesday night in South Atlantic Conference men’s soccer action at Dickson Field.
Bowling teams from across the state began their journey this week in search of a state championship at the end of the year.
The Chuckey-Doak Lady Black Knights soccer team defeated district foe West Greene 8-0 on Tuesday.
The South Greene and Greeneville volleyball teams both got a valuable challenge on Tuesday evening as they try to work into top form for the postseason that starts next week.
The Greeneville Greene Devils shot a 314 to win the Large Division District 2 Golf Tournament on Monday.
ELIZABETHTON – The North Greene boys golf team put in a lot of work over the past week, and it showed on Monday afternoon as it turned in three of the lowest scores of the day and ran away from the field to win the Region 1 Small Class Golf Tournament at Elizabethton Golf Course.
NEWBERRY, S.C. – Henrique Devens volleyed home a free kick with 47 seconds left in the first overtime period to give Tusculum University a 2-1 victory over Newberry College in South Atlantic Conference men’s soccer on Saturday at the Smith Road Complex.
With runners from 50 high schools from Knoxville to Roanoke, Virginia, competing at the Bristol Cross on Saturday, the Greeneville High School boys had perhaps their strongest outing of the season.
NEWBERRY, S.C. – Newberry College scored 23 straight points and took advantage of five Tusculum University turnovers as the host Wolves defeated the Pioneers 30-20 Saturday afternoon at Setzler Field in South Atlantic Conference action.
North Greene had to play well into the night on Friday to earn a hard-fought 20-14 win at Jellico.
Fans gathered in the Black Hole on Friday night got all they could have asked for in a back-and-forth rivalry matchup between Chuckey-Doak and South Greene.
Nothing soothes hurt feelings any better than a Homecoming victory, and West Greene got just that Friday night at Jim Sauceman Field by taking a 49-21 victory over the visiting Cosby Eagles in a non-conference affair.
Former South Greene basketball player Braelyn Wykle has been named to the Class 2A all-state team by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.
The Tusculum University football team will be looking to make it two in a row when the Sons of Davy Crockett venture to Newberry College for a South Atlantic Conference game with the Wolves at 1 p.m. Saturday.
For the second week in a row, Chuckey-Doak will be battling for county bragging rights, and the test will be a tough one as the Black Knights host an undefeated South Greene squad.
The South Greene volleyball team turned in a dominant performance on Thursday against Sullivan North to clinch the top seed in the upcoming District 1-A tournament.
Tusculum University defeated Lees-McRae College 2-0 in non-conference men’s soccer on Wednesday at Pioneer Field.
The Greeneville Middle School cross country team ran at TMSAA sectionals on Monday.
Cherokee Race Park had a combination of good, bad and ugly starting Thursday afternoon, but everything worked out for the first big bucks race in the history of the dragway.
The Chuckey-Doak Lady Black Knights soccer team defeated Northview Academy 9-1 on Tuesday.
BRISTOL – For a second straight week, the Tusculum University men’s golf team has posted a runner-up finish as the Pioneers finished second at this week’s King University Invitational.
It took a while for Greeneville’s offense to find its target on Tuesday, but once it did there was little Elizabethton could do to slow the Lady Devils.