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ATLANTA — Left-hander Drew Smyly became the first of the 181 free agents to switch teams when he agreed Monday to an $11 million, one-year contract with the Atlanta Braves, who bolstered a rotation … more
The Lee Flames Golf Program is pleased to announce the signing of Colton Werner, a standout senior from Gallatin High School. more
CHICAGO — Kirk Cousins will take a victory any day of the week. That he finally got one on a Monday night didn't seem to matter.Cousins threw for 292 yards and two touchdowns, and the Minnesota … more
Tuesday, Nov. 17 BASKETBALL TSSAA Hall of Fame Baylor at Bradley Central (G), 7:30 (GJV, 6) Rhea County at Walker Valley (B), 7:30 (BJV 6) BOWLING Rhea County at Bradley Central … more
NASHVILLE — Not only have the Tennessee Titans lost three of their past four games, they returned to work Monday among six AFC teams with 6-3 records.They're also the first team out looking in at … more
AUGUSTA, Ga. — In this one-of-a-kind Masters that had no fans and no roars, Dustin Johnson made sure it had no drama. And when he polished off his five-shot victory Sunday with lowest score in … more
COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina fired football coach Will Muschamp on Sunday, the second time he's been let go from a Southeastern Conference program in midseason.The school said in a release that … more
KNOXVILLE — As a supportive crowd stood silently outside the fence, Walker Valley coach Drew Akins debriefed his Mustangs one final time for 2020 by telling them commitment, toughness, effort and pride is what brought them to second round of the TSSAA Class 5A football playoffs. more
MARYVILLE — Friday the 13th in 2020 is a scary time, especially if you're battling an 18-time state champion. more
KINGSPORT — A COVID-19 scare caused a last-minute cancellation of McMinn County's second-round TSSAA playoff game Friday at Dobyns-Bennett High School. more
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