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NASHVILLE — Cleveland State's volleyball team made the trip to Music City on Friday night but were singing the blues as host Trevecca Nazarene University made a clean sweep of the Cougars. The … more
ROME, Ga. — The Lee University women’s soccer team handily defeated Shorter University 7-0 on Sunday afternoon. The win was the 25th for the Lady Flames over Shorter as Lee has never lost to … more
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Lee University cross country teams competed in the Gold Races at the Live in Lou Cross Country Classic Saturday morning at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park. The Flames … more
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Derrick Henry got right back to business against the Indianapolis Colts.He took on some defenders by slamming his big body through the line of scrimmage, eluded others in the … more
The Lee University volleyball squad made it two straight Gulf South Conference victories with a hard-fought 3-0 sweep of West Georgia Saturday at Walker Arena. The Lady Flames jumped ahead with … more
ATLANTA (AP) — Matt Olson knew the Atlanta Braves were too talented to stay in a season-long slump.That's why no one panicked when the New York Mets' division lead swelled to double digits in May. … more
The Cleveland FC Flames 2011 boys soccer team is off to an incredible start to their fall season. In their first tournament in September they walked away as tournament champions in the Liberty Cup in … more
Monday, Oct. 3GOLFLee (M) at Folds of Honor Challenge (Allendale, Mich.), TBASOCCERCSAS at Walker Valley, 7VOLLEYBALLDistrict 5-AAA Tournamentat Jim Smiddy ArenaNo. 2 Walker Valley vs. No. 7 Howard, … more
After putting the finishing touches on the district volleyball championship on Thursday, the Cleveland Lady Raiders ended the regular season with a hard-fought win over Maryville with a packed house … more
KNOXVILLE- Bradley Central suffered their first loss of the year on Friday as the Bearden Bulldogs took a hard-fought, penalty-marred game by a score of 21-7. The loss for the Bears drops them … more
For the first time in over two decades, the Maryville Rebels have lost a football game in region play. The culprit? A 3-3 Cleveland team that had lost its previous two region matchups heading … more
ATLANTA (AP) — Austin Riley doesn't want to put too much emphasis on winning the first game of a crucial three-game series with the New York Mets.That being said, he sure is glad the Atlanta Braves … more
EVENSVILLE — It is without a doubt, the biggest win for Walker Valley since the victory over No. 2-ranked Powell in the first round of the 2020 playoffs.It was without a doubt, a win the Mustangs … more
For the second time this season, Cleveland football pulled off the upset over a top 10-ranked team on Friday night. This time around, it was also a Region 2-6A win. Hosting 6A No. 3 … more
If it’s October 1, then it is college basketball time.  With the official practice opening for NJCAA basketball, Cleveland State’s head women’s basketball coach Evelynn Thompson and head … more
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - After a strong performance last week, Supuschaya Srichantamit was named the Gulf South Conference golfer of the week. She finished tied for first after 54 holes at one-under par … more
Friday, Sept. 30FOOTBALLBradley Central at Bearden, 7Walker Valley at Rhea County, 7Maryville at Cleveland, 7:30Meigs County at Polk County, 7:30SOCCERLee (M) at Shorter (Ga.), … more
The Tennessee high school volleyball season has come to a close. Next week, the race to a championship kicks into high gear with the start of district tournaments. Bradley Central, Cleveland and … more
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — When Derrick Henry last visited Indianapolis, a third straight rushing crown seemed like a lock.A broken foot and the rapid ascension of Jonathan Taylor ended Henry's two-year … more
CINCINNATI (AP) — Behind an overhauled offensive line coalescing in front of quarterback Joe Burrow and a defense forcing turnovers, the Cincinnati Bengals are looking more like the defending AFC … more
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