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MARYVILLE — Cleveland head coach Marty Wheeler has been stressing since the beginning of the season about how he is looking for the Blue Raiders to get off to a fast start and play like they are suppose to play football. more
Although the very potent Bradley Central offense put up it's highest total of the season, the "Black Hole Defense" stoled some of the limelight Friday evening. more
As a lifelong sports fan and professional sports journalist/photographer for the vast majority of the past 30 years, I admit I've often scheduled important events in my life around certain sporting events. more
Monday, Sept. 21 GOLF District 5-Large Tournament (CCC), 9 a.m. SOCCER Polk County at Sale Creek,  6 VOLLEYBALL Polk County at Loudon, 6 Tuesday, Sept. … more
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The Lee University cross country teams opened their 2020 seasons at the UAH Chargers XC Open Saturday morning at John Hunt Park. more
It was homecoming in the Valley on Friday night as the Walker Valley Mustangs entertained a standing-room only packed house that had gathered for all the festivities at, “The Corral.” more
High School FootballRegion 2-6ATeam Region OverallMaryville 1-0 4-0McMinn County 2-0 4-0Bradley Central 2-0 4-1Cleveland 1-1 3-2Ooltewah 1-2 2-3Wm Blount 1-2 2-3Heritage 0-3 1-4Friday, Sept. … more
Although its ace total was quite a bit different (22-5), Bradley Central's serving was very consistent at just under 90% in a pair of District 5-AAA sweep the past two evenings. more
Congratulations to Walker Valley volleyball standout Jia Weathersby for being selected as the Check Into Cash Player of the Week.The 6-foot-1 senior middle blocker/hitter has 95 kills and 34 blocks … more
Walker Valley pumped in three first half goals and were led by three more from Macy Gibson in the second half into a 6-0 win over Cleveland Thursday evening at Walker Valley.After a tough time … more
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