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Congratulations to Cleveland High senior Trae McDaniel for being selected as the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. After posting an undefeated with a 26-0 record, including 19 pins on this … more
  The Blue Raiders have one more game to play inside Raider Arena this season, and it's a big one.   Cleveland (21-7) totally dominated the second half and easily disposed of … more
Putting together its hottest shooting night of the season, top-ranked Bradley Central claimed its sixth straight — and 10 of the last 11 — Region 3 championship with a stunning blowout of sixth-ranked Stone Memorial, Wednesday evening in "The Jim." more
For the third time in the last eight years, top-ranked Bradley Central will host Murfreesboro Oakland  in the TSSAA Sectional playoffs Saturday evening, at "The Jim." more
High School Girls Basketball District 5-AAA Team District Overall Bradley Central 12-0 26-1 Cleveland 10-2 15-9 McMinn County 8-4 12-17 East Hamilton 5-7 9-15 Walker Valley … more
Lake Forest pounded out a dozen hits in a 13-3 "mercy rule" blowout of Rhea County in middle school baseball action Wednesday. more
Friday, March 5 BASKETBALL GSC Semifinals Lee (W) at Valdosta (Ga.) State, 5 Lee (M) at Alabama-Huntsville, 8   SOCCER Lee (W) at Trevecca Nazarene, 6 Saturday, March … more
SPRING SPORTS PROGRAMSThe Cleveland Parks & Recreation will begin registration for Cleveland Youth Tennis for youngsters in Kindergarten through sixth grade March 5. ADULT SOFTBALL: There will be … more
Clemson offensive coordinator Tony Elliott is grateful the stress of December and January is behind him and he's once more doing a job he loves.The Tigers imaginative play-caller was out with … more
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Michael McDowell was rolling along at Homestead-Miami Speedway when he saw another driver signal for a car to pass.When McDowell came upon the same driver, he wasn't given the … more
NORTH PORT. Fla. (AP) — Atlanta Braves pitcher Max Fried won’t make his first scheduled start of spring training because of a potential exposure to someone with COVID-19.Braves manager Brian … more
ORLANDO, Fla. — Bay Hill was bustling Thursday, just like golf before the pandemic. The fans were limited in numbers but they all wanted the same dose of entertainment provided by Rory McIlroy and … more
NASCARCup SeriesPennzoil 400Sunday lineupAt Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayLap length: 1.50 miles(Car number in parentheses)1. (4) Kevin Harvick, Ford, .000 mph.2. (24) William Byron, Chevrolet, .000.3. (5) … more
TEMPE, Ariz./BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Two Lee University men’s tennis players earned weekly honors for their performances last week to help the Flames go 3-0 on the week. Jesus Garcia was the … more
The Lee softball team dropped two closely contested albeit very different contests on Wednesday to the No. 13 Young Harris Mountain Lions at Butler Field.   Game one went to nine innings … more
ORLANDO, Fla. — Tyrrell Hatton had vivid memories when he returned to Bay Hill, most of them the feeling of pure iron shots on the closing holes or his heart rate as he tried to navigate 20 … more
  Cleveland boys' basketball coach Reggie Tucker said senior floor leader Grant Hurst came to play basketball Tuesday night against White County.   He was not … more
It wasn't easy, but the Lee University men's basketball team punched its ticket to the GSC semifinals for the second straight year with a 66-63 victory over West Alabama Tuesday night, in Walker Arena. more
Like the Cookeville boys did to top-seeded Cleveland Saturday night, the Lady Cavaliers gave No. 1-ranked Bradley Central all it could handle Monday evening at "The Jim." more
CHATTANOOGA — The Cleveland State volleyball Lady Cougars lost a heartbreaker on the road  Tuesday falling 3-2 to region foe Chattanooga State Madeline Dasher led the team with 10 kills … more
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