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For six innings Monday's district softball battle between Walker Valley and Soddy-Daisy was a toss-up. Holding a slim 2-1 lead, the Lady Trojans blasted the Lady Mustangs for four runs in the top of … more
After a week off from District 5-AAA action, Bradley Central's baseball Bears took it on the chin in three out of four games at the Smoky Bear Easter Classic over the holiday weekend.Coach Travis … more
SODDY-DAISY — In a rematch of the 2018 TSSAA State Championship game, Walker Valley split a pair of battles with Powell, the second being in the title game of the Clifford Kirk Memorial Tournament … more
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The No. 17 Alabama Huntsville Chargers flexed their muscles on a sun-splashed Saturday afternoon and complete a three-game sweep of the Lee University softball team with a 9-1 … more
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Sixth-ranked Lee University notched another clean sweep over the weekend to run their winning streak to 13 straight.The Flames claimed capped the three-game series … more
LANDER, S.C. — The Lee University women’s lacrosse team took down Lander University, 20-8, Saturday afternoon from Van Taylor Stadium.It was another game full of records for the young program as … more
The Lee University men's tennis team came up just short in its upset bid of No. 11 Delta State, losing 4-3 on Senior Day,  Friday at Lee. more
Falcon Pointe Golf Course has only been open since early March, but already records have been set and broken. more
Bradley Central lost much more than just a very good coach when Chuck Clark's retirement was announced earlier this week. more
Sunday, April 4TRACKLee at Florida Relays (Gainesville, Fla.), TBAMonday, April 5BASEBALLBradley Central at McMinn County, 7 (JV, 4)Walker Valley at Cleveland, 7 (JV, 4)GOLFLee (M) at Argonaut Cup … more
Walker Valley's Nate Curtis, Aiden Gibson, Preston Hodges, Ben Essenburg and Ben Smith all had two-base hits Friday against Gwinnett as the Mustangs earned a 5-2 victory. more
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The No. 2-ranked Lee University women's soccer team saw a successful spring season come to a disappointing end Saturday afternoon, falling to the No. 9 Mississippi College Choctaws, 3-0, in the Gulf South Conference Spring Championship Series Final. more
Congratulations to Walker Valley softball standout Hailey Leslie for being selected at the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The junior hurler is 4-1 in the circle with a with a 0.90 earned run … more
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The Lee University  track & field teams claimed four of this week’s Gulf South Conference (GSC) weekly honors due to performances this past weekend. more
The weather was cold and windy, but the Walker Valley bats were red hot. more
YOUNG HARRIS, Ga. — In a game of milestones the Lee University women’s lacrosse team defeated Young Harris 15-14 on Thursday afternoon, from the Soccer and Lacrosse Field on the campus of Young Harris College. more
The Bradley Central tennis teams split a pair of District 5-Large matches with East Hamilton Tuesday.   The Bearettes made a clean sweep with a 9-0 shutout of the Lady Hurricanes, but the … more
Friday, April 2 BASEBALL Bradley Central vs. Gibbs (at Sevier County), 1:30 Bradley Central at Sevier County, 4 Walker Valley vs. Gwinnett (Ga.) (at Hixson), 5:30 Lee at … more
HIXSON — Walker Valley waited until its last at-bat to pull out victory over Columbia Academy Thursday evening in the Chattanooga Central Invitational. more
COLUMBUS, Ga. — Thanks to a sizzling round three, the No. 10-ranked Lee University men's golf team jumped up five spots to finish third at the Cougar Invitational. The event was hosted at the … more
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