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JACKSON — The nationally-ranked Lee University hoop squads traveled to West Tennessee to face an old nemsis, with only one Flame squad coming home with a victory.


FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Rae Burrell poured in 15 points in the fourth quarter to pull UT within four in the final minutes, but it wasn't enough to overcome No. 22/25 Arkansas on road in an 83-75 setback Thursday night at Bud Walton Arena.

High SchoolGirls BasketballDistrict 5-AAATeam District OverallBradley Central 12-0 23-3Cleveland 9-3 19-10East Hamilton 9-3 18-11McMinn County 6-6 12-13Walker Valley 4-8 9-18Soddy-Daisy 2-10 … more

OXFORD, Miss. — National Player of the Year candidate Rhyne Howard was one of five players in double figures as the 14th-ranked Kentucky women's basketball team cruised past Mississippi 94-52 on Thursday night at the Pavilion at Ole Miss.

TSSAA State TraditionalsAt FranklinClass AAATeam Scores1 Cleveland 88.02 Bradley Central 74.03 Wilson Central 73.04 Dobyns Bennett 60.55 Blackman 57.06 Oakland 56.07 Science Hill 52.08 Arlington … more
Friday, Feb. 21 BASEBALL St. Charles (Mo.) at Cleveland State (DH), noon BASKETBALL District 5-AAA Tournament at Walker Valley No. 4 McMinn County vs. No. 5 Walker Valley (G), … more
No charges are expected against a man who crashed his vehicle into a Bradley County home Wednesday, narrowly missing six youngsters inside the residence. Tennessee Highway Patrol Lt. John Harmon … more
A customized wheelchair that was stolen from a local special needs child was located Thursday in an area scrap yard, resulting in the arrests of a Cleveland man and woman who allegedly filched the … more
The Bradley County Commission is moving forward with a proposed countywide master plan for water and sewer services, but not without intense discussion. more
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