ROCK HILL, S.C. — The Tusculum University softball team has been picked to finish 10th for the second consecutive year, as revealed in the 2020 edition of the South Atlantic Conference Coaches’ Poll. Additionally, junior second baseman Brittney Franse earned second-team laurels, her first ca…
Juan Reynoso had a pin at 182 pounds as Greeneville’s wrestling team defeated Cocke County 54-12 on Tuesday.
Lincoln Memorial University placed all five starters in double figures and shot a blistering 66 percent from floor to lead the third-ranked Railsplitters to a 96-81 South Atlantic Conference men’s basketball win at Tusculum University Wednesday night at Pioneer Arena.
Sydney Wilson scored a game-high 27 points, including 21 in the second half, as Tusculum University pulled away after halftime for a 73-59 victory over Lincoln Memorial University in South Atlantic Conference women’s basketball Wednesday evening at Pioneer Arena.
The Greeneville boys bowling team will take the floor at the Smyrna Bowling Center on Friday looking for the first win at the state tournament in program history.
ROAN MOUNTAIN — Turner Bailey scored 15 points and eclipsed the 1,000-point mark for his career in North Greene’s 64-50 win at Cloudland on Tuesday night.
ROCK HILL, S.C. — Tusculum University distance runner Nicole McMillen has been named the South Atlantic Conference Women’s Indoor Track & Field Runner of the Week for the week ending Jan. 19.
It took a little bit of time for the South Greene girls to get warmed on Tuesday night, but once they did there was nothing Hampton could do to slow them down.
The Greeneville boys bowling team is heading back to the state tournament after a convincing win in the state sectionals on Monday.
Monday night at Hal Henard was about a lot more than basketball as Greeneville took on Daniel Boone.
ROCK HILL, S.C. — The Tusculum University baseball team is picked to finish fifth in the 2020 South Atlantic Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll announced by league officials on Monday.
The Nolachuckey Lady Blazers, the Area 3 No. 1 seed, improved to 18-3 with a 49-34 win over the Ridgeview Lady Raptors, the Area 2 No. 1 seed, in middle school basketball on Thursday.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — All-American Nicole McMillen set a Tusculum University and South Atlantic Conference record in the women’s 5,000 meters Saturday at the Gamecock Opener track and field meet, hosted by the University of South Carolina.
Despite dealing with some illness, the Greeneville wrestling team had a solid day at its own Greeneville Invitational Tournament over the weekend.
With a game tied as many times as this one was from start to finish, it seemed only fitting that it would take a last second shot to win it.
In the past week, Chuckey-Doak has twice had a chance to pick up wins over county rivals, and both times those chances escaped the Black Knights in the final seconds.
DANDRIDGE — Again Greeneville coach Brad Woolsey felt that his team could have turned in a better performance, but in a back-and-forth battle at Jefferson County it figured out how to secure a win late.
A total of nine new members of the Greeneville Parks & Recreation Department’s Hall of Fame were inducted during a banquet Tuesday night at the EastView Recreation Center, and those members account for 240 years of combined service to recreation programs sponsored by the department.
The Greeneville Greene Devils wrestling team defeated Tennessee High and Daniel Boone and lost to Dobyns-Bennett on Tuesday night.
JEFFERSON CITY — Tripp Davis scored a game-high 24 points and Carson-Newman University shot nearly 52 percent from the field in a 72-68 win over Tusculum University in South Atlantic Conference men’s basketball at Holt Fieldhouse Wednesday night.
JEFFERSON CITY — Sydney Wilson scored all of her 17 points in the second half, including the 1,000th of her career and the go-ahead basket in the final minute, as Tusculum University rallied in the fourth quarter to defeat Carson-Newman University 71-66 in South Atlantic Conference women’s b…
JOHNSON CITY — The Greeneville boys bowling team won the Region 1 tournament championship on Wednesday, but it was a championship match that almost didn’t happen.
With a tough game at Jefferson County looming, the Greeneville Lady Greene Devils had specific things they needed to work on in a 75-26 District 2-2A win over the West Greene Lady Buffaloes on Tuesday.
Kiley Collins and Addison Williams each scored 15 points to lead the South Greene Lady Rebels to a 69-35 District 2-2A win over Claiborne County on Tuesday.
Kam Lester scored 19 points to lead Greeneville Middle School to a 62-49 win over John Sevier on Monday night.
The Tusculum University men’s basketball team will be looking to get back to its winning ways when the Black & Orange faces two important South Atlantic Conference tests this week.
The Tennessee Sports Writers Association released its soccer All-State teams on Tuesday and four local players were honored.
It took the perfect play at the end of regulation to give North Greene a chance. Then in overtime, the Huskies took over to capture a wild win over Chuckey-Doak.
Lincoln Bowman, a former Greeneville High School baseball standout, will continue his college career at Eastern Illinois University this spring.
The Tennessee Sports Writers Association has released its All-State teams for volleyball, and two local players have been recognized.
HARTSVILLE, S.C. — Jalia Arnwine matched her career high with 19 points and Mia Long scored 15 of her 18 points in the second half as Tusculum University defeated Coker University 75-63 Saturday afternoon in South Atlantic Conference women’s basketball.
The Tusculum University men’s volleyball team split a pair of matches Saturday as part of a tri-match, including the program’s first-ever win. The Black and Orange move to 1-2 on the season.
North Greene golfer Aidan Collier has been named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Boys Golf Small Class All-State Team.
Friday night was not Greeneville’s best effort, but the Devils were able to take a shot from Chuckey-Doak while not giving in and stayed unbeaten in District 2-2A play.
HAMPTON — The North Greene Lady Huskies knocked down eight 3-pointers en route to a 62-34 District 1-A win over the Hampton Lady Bulldogs on Friday night.
The Grainger Grizzlies flexed their muscles and earned a doubleheader sweep in a visit to Jimmy Jones Gymnasium at West Greene Friday night in a District 2-2A showdown.
MORRISTOWN — Jayden Merriweather scored a game-high 28 points and Haley Kells had 24 to lead the South Greene Lady Rebels to a 63-53 win at Morristown West on Thursday night.
The West Greene girls earned a badly needed win on Thursday, turning in a complete team effort to top Providence Academy.
It has been 475 days since the addition of the Tusculum’s men’s volleyball program was announced and the Pioneers finally took to the court on Wednesday night.
MARS HILL, N.C. — Tusculum University tied a school record with 18 3-pointers as the Pioneers rolled to a 94-59 victory over Mars Hill University in South Atlantic Conference women’s basketball at Stanford Arena Wednesday evening.
The Tennessee Football Coaches Association released its All-State teams this week and three local players earned recognition.
The Tusculum University baseball program has announced it will retire the jersey number of former coach Doug Jones during its Baseball Alumni Weekend festivities when TU hosts South Atlantic Conference rival Catawba College Feb 21-22 at Pioneer Park.
There was magic in the lone glove Michael Jackson wore on his right hand, and the same might could be said for the shooting sleeve Reid Satterfield wore on his right arm Tuesday night.
BRISTOL — The Greeneville Greene Devils wrestling team placed seventh out of 26 teams at the Bill Brimer Memorial Brawl in the Hall on Saturday.
There’s an old saying among basketball coaches that goes something like this: I’d rather win ugly than play pretty and get beat.
After more than a two-week layoff, the South Greene boys returned to the hardwood on Tuesday night. And despite some bumps along the way, the Rebels came away with an important win over West Greene.
Five Greeneville Greene Devils have been named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Class 4A all-state football team, which was released on Monday.
Tusculum University junior Brandon Mitchell recorded career-highs with 17 rebounds and six blocked shots to go along with his game-high 18 points as the Pioneers led wire-to-wire in a 70-54 South Atlantic Conference win over Anderson University on Saturday at Pioneer Arena.
AFTON — Facing Unicoi County for the second time this season, Chuckey-Doak coach Sam Broyles thinks his Black Knights played better against the Blue Devils on Friday night than they did in the first meeting between the two teams on Dec. 7.
The Greeneville boys were able to shake off a slow start on Friday night and blow past Morristown East to start 2020 with a win.
The Tusculum University men’s basketball team will carry a three-game winning streak into Saturday’s South Atlantic Conference matchup against Anderson University. Tip-off is slated for 4 p.m. from Pioneer Arena.