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High School Girls Basketball District 5-AAA Team District Overall Bradley Central 12-0 32-3 East Hamilton 8-4 21-13 Cleveland 9-3 16-15 McMinn County 7-5 21-12 Ooltewah 3-9 … more
Bradley Central's Bearettes have advanced to the state AAA girls' basketball semifinal, with a 34-26 win over the Lebanon Devilettes on Thursday afternoon in Murfreesboro.According to Banner sports … more
Heading to their fifth TSSAA State Tournament this decade, there's something different about the Bradley Central squad, but that has helped spur this group of Bearettes back to Murfreesboro."Our team … more
After unloading 37 combined runs in Tuesday's doubleheader it was a squeeze bunt that made the difference as the Lee Flames hardballers defeated Bellarmine, 5-4 in Wednesday's series finale.With the … more
The Cleveland State Cougars swept the Tusculum College junior varsity team in a doubleheader against the Pioneers on Wednesday. The Cougars won game one 11-1 in five innings, and pulled off a 5-1 … more
The Higher Calling Youth Wrestling Club recently captured the TNAAU Club state title in Knoxville. The club had 39 wrestlers qualify for the tournament, with nine claiming state … more
Thursday, March 7 BASKETBALL TSSAA State Class AAA Girls Tournament Quarterfinal Games at Murphy Center, Murfreesboro Bradley Central (31-3) vs. Lebanon (25-10), 11 a.m. Oak … more
TENNISKAY MCDANIEL CLINICSThe 2019 Kay McDaniel Tennis Clinics will take place June 3-7 at Lee University. The clinics, for boys and girls ages 6-13 of any skill level, are free of charge. … more
From play-in game hopefuls to tournament champions.The Cleveland State Community College Cougars completed their improbable run through the TCCAA/NJCAA Region VII Tournament bracket and completed the … more
MURFREESBORO — The last time Bradley Central and Lebanon met in a TSSAA State Tournament game, the 1975 state championship was on the line.The Bearettes won that game 54-34, for the fourth of … more
LEXINGTON, Ky. – University of Kentucky freshman guard Rhyne Howard has been tabbed the Associated Press Southeastern Conference Newcomer of the Year while the organization also named Howard and … more
Playing some of their best basketball of the season, the Lee women exploded for 45 points in the second half, en route to a 90-67 victory over a talented Alabama Huntsville team in the opening round … more
The Lee softball team split a doubleheader with visiting Bellarmine University on a cold Wednesday afternoon at Butler Field.The Lady Flames took game one 10-5, but fell in the nightcap to the … more
Wednesday, March 6 BASKETBALL TSSAA State Class AAA Girls Tournament Quarterfinal Games at Murphy Center, Murfreesboro Arlington (27-7) vs. Riverdale (30-1), 5:30 Houston (29-2) … more
With 5:18 seconds left to play in regulation, the Blue Raiders were content to hold on to their 11-point lead and make Blackman chase them down the rest of the way. The plan worked to near … more
MURFREESBORO — Bradley Central head coach Jason Retuer saw a number of familiar faces at the TSSAA Girls State Tournament draw Sunday, including the one he will squaring off against in the opening … more
High School Girls Basketball District 5-AAA Team District Overall Bradley Central 12-0 31-3 East Hamilton 8-4 21-13 Cleveland 9-3 16-15 McMinn County 7-5 21-12 Ooltewah 3-9 … more
In an improbable matchup, the TCCAA/NJCAA Region VII Men's Championship will be a battle of lower seeds who have pulled off from major upsets.Seventh-seeded Cleveland State, which is hosting the … more
Tuesday, March 5 BASEBALL Bellamire  (Ky.) at Lee, 4 BASKETBALL Gulf South Conference Tournaments Alabama-Huntsville at Lee (W), 7 Lee (M) at West Alabama, 8 TCCAA … more
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