The North Greene girls came into this season with high hopes after advancing to the state sectionals the year before and returning four starters from that team.

ROCK HILL, S.C. — Former Tusculum University football All-America and Academic All-America tight end Dr. Jarrell NeSmith has been named to the 2020 induction class of the South Atlantic Conference Hall of Fame announced league officials Wednesday.

ROCK HILL, S.C. — Tusculum University distance runner Nicole McMillen has been voted the South Atlantic Conference Women’s Indoor Track & Field Athlete of the Year, the SAC office announced Tuesday. Voting was conducted by the league’s head coaches.

For the second year in a row, the Greeneville Greene Devils baseball team had plans to play in a tournament at The Ripken Experience complex in Myrtle Beach, S.C., over spring break this week.

DANDRIDGE — The Greeneville Greene Devils believe Will Hurley can be a dominant arm in their pitching rotation.

Ryan Morehouse was pounding the strike zone on Friday afternoon and there was seemingly nothing Unaka could do about it as he led West Greene to their first win of the young season.

HICKORY, N.C. — Tusculum University senior guard Mia Long has been named second-team All-Southeast Region in women’s basketball by the Division II Conference Commissioners Association (D2CCA).

Even with just four starters returning, Greeneville showed Thursday it isn’t hitting the reset button. The Greene Devils just need to finish scoring opportunities.

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NEW YORK (AP) — The stage at the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle is quiet. There is no music coming from the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the members of Pearl Jam won't tour. There is no one to admire the treasures at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Following the conclusion of the girls’ state basketball tournament quarterfinal round today, we are suspending the remainder of the girls’ state tournament and next week’s boys’ state tournament. Whether we will be able to reschedule these events will depend on the length of the suspension a…

Tusculum University and the South Atlantic Conference continue to assess the impact of COVID-19 in consultation with public health and medical professionals, as such the SAC Presidents Council has made the decision to cancel all spring athletics competition and practice for the remainder of …

MURFREESBORO — The North Greene girls put together one of the best seasons in program history this year, but it came to an end on Thursday in the first round of the Class A state tournament.

The South Greene softball team has started its season with three wins this week. On Monday, the Lady Rebels defeated Morristown East 14-12. On Tuesday, they swept a doubleheader with Cumberland Gap 10-3 and 15-4.

With several players seeing their first significant playing time at the varsity level, the Greeneville Greene Devils – like any team in the same situation – are going to have ups and downs, especially early in the season.

Ever since Cayden Phillips was little, he has dreamed about being a college football player. And after signing with Emory & Henry on Wednesday, that dream became a reality.

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BAILEYTON — Cambell Gaby’s high school pitching debut began with a one-out, bases-loaded jam. In just over one full inning, she’d lost the lead twice. But this particular freshman couldn’t be rattled that easily.

There was a Mr. Basketball finalist on the floor at Hal Henard Gymnasium on Monday night, but it was Greeneville sophomore Reid Satterfield who stole the show as he led the Greene Devils to the state tournament for the sixth time in program history.

The Greeneville Greene Devils’ success on the baseball diamond this spring will in large part be determined by the success of seniors Blayne Ferguson, Keylan Newton, Caleb Norris and Braden Spano.

HARTSVILLE, S.C. — The Tusculum University baseball team rallied from behind twice as the Pioneers won 5-3 Sunday afternoon at Coker University in South Atlantic Conference action at Tom J. New Field.

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Tusculum University went on a 19-0 fourth-quarter run and captured the South Atlantic Conference Women’s Basketball Championship with a 61-49 victory over Anderson University on Sunday at TImmons Arena.

When North Greene coach James Buchanan first coached the group that now makes up the core of his girls basketball team he could not imagine they were bound for greatness.

For the first time in nine seasons the Tusculum University men’s basketball team has advanced to the semifinal round of the South Atlantic Conference Championship.

For the first time since 2013, the Tusculum University women’s basketball team has advanced to the semifinals of the South Atlantic Conference Championship tournament. The Pioneers will face Carson-Newman in Saturday’s semifinal round at 2:30 p.m. from Timmons Arena in Greenville, South Carolina.

NEW ORLEANS, La. — Tusculum University distance runner Nicole McMillen has been honored by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association as the Division II Southeast Region Women’s Track Athlete of the Year for indoor track & field, the USTFCCCA announced Friday.

WISE, Va. — The Tusculum University softball team split a doubleheader against UVa-Wise as eight home runs were hit out of the confines of Cavalier Field on Thursday. The Pioneers took the first game 8-5, while the Cavaliers run-ruled Tusculum 9-1 in five innings in the second game.

RUTLEDGE — After running and gunning their way past Sullivan South on Thursday night in the Region 1-2A championship game, the Greeneville Greene Devils are one game away from earning a trip to the state tournament.

Tusculum University set a South Atlantic Conference Women’s Basketball Championship tournament record with 14 3-pointers and placed five players in double figures in an 82-40 quarterfinal rout of Wingate University on Wednesday night at Pioneer Arena.

SALISBURY, N.C. — The Tusculum University men’s golf team finished with a two-day score of 598 including Tuesday’s final round 298 to finish third at the Richard Rendleman Invitational. The two-day, 36-hole tournament was being held at the Country Club of Salisbury and hosted by Catawba College.

RUTLEDGE — The Greeneville boys did not get off to the type of start coach Brad Woolsey was hoping for on Tuesday night in the Region 1-2A tournament semifinals, but they sprang to life in the second half to extend their season by at least two games.

Of all the college signings I’ve covered, Greeneville High’s David Painter and Jaden Scruggs signing to bowl at Union College last week is certainly among my favorites.

Brandon Trammell went 4-for-6 with six RBI and a home run, while Bryson Ford homered twice in Tusculum’s 17-7 South Atlantic Conference win over UVa-Wise Monday afternoon at Pioneer Park.

When Chesnee Guinn’s mother, Susan, signed her up to play volleyball as a sixth grader she was reluctant to try the sport.

BAILEYTON — Cambell Gaby’s high school pitching debut began with a one-out, bases-loaded jam. In just over one full inning, she’d lost the lead twice. But this particular freshman couldn’t be rattled that easily.

There was a Mr. Basketball finalist on the floor at Hal Henard Gymnasium on Monday night, but it was Greeneville sophomore Reid Satterfield who stole the show as he led the Greene Devils to the state tournament for the sixth time in program history.

The Greeneville Greene Devils’ success on the baseball diamond this spring will in large part be determined by the success of seniors Blayne Ferguson, Keylan Newton, Caleb Norris and Braden Spano.

HARTSVILLE, S.C. — The Tusculum University baseball team rallied from behind twice as the Pioneers won 5-3 Sunday afternoon at Coker University in South Atlantic Conference action at Tom J. New Field.

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Tusculum University went on a 19-0 fourth-quarter run and captured the South Atlantic Conference Women’s Basketball Championship with a 61-49 victory over Anderson University on Sunday at TImmons Arena.

When North Greene coach James Buchanan first coached the group that now makes up the core of his girls basketball team he could not imagine they were bound for greatness.

For the first time in nine seasons the Tusculum University men’s basketball team has advanced to the semifinal round of the South Atlantic Conference Championship.

For the first time since 2013, the Tusculum University women’s basketball team has advanced to the semifinals of the South Atlantic Conference Championship tournament. The Pioneers will face Carson-Newman in Saturday’s semifinal round at 2:30 p.m. from Timmons Arena in Greenville, South Carolina.

NEW ORLEANS, La. — Tusculum University distance runner Nicole McMillen has been honored by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association as the Division II Southeast Region Women’s Track Athlete of the Year for indoor track & field, the USTFCCCA announced Friday.

WISE, Va. — The Tusculum University softball team split a doubleheader against UVa-Wise as eight home runs were hit out of the confines of Cavalier Field on Thursday. The Pioneers took the first game 8-5, while the Cavaliers run-ruled Tusculum 9-1 in five innings in the second game.

RUTLEDGE — After running and gunning their way past Sullivan South on Thursday night in the Region 1-2A championship game, the Greeneville Greene Devils are one game away from earning a trip to the state tournament.

Tusculum University set a South Atlantic Conference Women’s Basketball Championship tournament record with 14 3-pointers and placed five players in double figures in an 82-40 quarterfinal rout of Wingate University on Wednesday night at Pioneer Arena.

SALISBURY, N.C. — The Tusculum University men’s golf team finished with a two-day score of 598 including Tuesday’s final round 298 to finish third at the Richard Rendleman Invitational. The two-day, 36-hole tournament was being held at the Country Club of Salisbury and hosted by Catawba College.

RUTLEDGE — The Greeneville boys did not get off to the type of start coach Brad Woolsey was hoping for on Tuesday night in the Region 1-2A tournament semifinals, but they sprang to life in the second half to extend their season by at least two games.

Of all the college signings I’ve covered, Greeneville High’s David Painter and Jaden Scruggs signing to bowl at Union College last week is certainly among my favorites.

Brandon Trammell went 4-for-6 with six RBI and a home run, while Bryson Ford homered twice in Tusculum’s 17-7 South Atlantic Conference win over UVa-Wise Monday afternoon at Pioneer Park.

When Chesnee Guinn’s mother, Susan, signed her up to play volleyball as a sixth grader she was reluctant to try the sport.

RUTLEDGE — The South Greene girls fell behind early on Monday night and had to play catch up all evening in the semifinals of the Region 1-2A tournament at Grainger High School.

Asked after his Greeneville Greene Devils had completely demolished Unicoi County 90-49 Saturday night at Hal Henard Gym how well his team had played in the first half of the game, Coach Brad Woolsey could only smile from ear to ear.

JELLICO — The North Greene boys fought to the finish on Saturday night at Jellico, but the hole they dug early proved too deep in the Region 1-A quarterfinals.