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High School FootballRegion 2-6ATeam Region OverallBradley Central 2-0 5-0Maryville 2-0 5-0Cleveland 1-1 4-1Bearden 1-1 2-3Farragut 0-2 1-4Hardin Valley 0-2 0-4Friday, Sept. 17Bradley Central 28, … more
The volleyball Lady Flames bounced back on Saturday afternoon to finish the Lee Invitational with a winning record, after a 3-0 sweep of Kentucky State from the Sport Court in Walker Arena.Emma … more
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Lee University women's cross country team placed sixth out of 29 teams Friday morning at the FSU XC Open. The 6K race was hosted by Florida State University at … more
Senior Eemeli Makela scored the game-winning goal with 24 seconds left in overtime to give the Lee University men's soccer team its first Gulf South Conference win of the season, against the Union … more
There was a lot of excitement going on at Bear Stadium Friday evening, but as for the action on the field, fifth-ranked Bradley Central didn't get going offensively until the second half — but then … more
Congratulations to Cleveland High two-sport standout Addison Hurst for being named the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. Excelling at both volleyball and basketball for the Lady Raiders, the … more
Between facing some fellow state-ranked competition, Cleveland High's volleyball squad stayed perfect in District 5-AAA play Thursday evening with a sweep of McMinn County.After knocking off No. … more
The local prep golf teams wrapped up the TSSAA regular season Thursday in similar fashion to the way they opened it.Gathering back at the Cleveland Country Club, the Walker Valley boys and Cleveland … more
For 80 minutes Walker Valley and McMinn County battled toe-to-toe for District 5-3A soccer supremacy. Bodies on the ground and yellow cards in the air were the order of the day in the second half ,as … more
The celebration was on at Walker Arena on Thursday evening as the Lee University volleyball team secured first-year head coach Callie Murphy's first coaching victory, with a 3-1 win over Young … more
High School Football Region 2-6A Team Region Overall Bradley Central 1-0 4-0 Maryville 1-0 4-0 Bearden 1-0 2-2 Cleveland 0-1 3-1 Farragut 0-1 1-3 Hardin Valley 0-1 … more
Friday, Sept. 17 CROSS COUNTRY Lee at Florida State Open (Tallahassee, Fla.), TBA FOOTBALL Hardin Valley at Bradley Central, 7 Farragut at Cleveland, 7 Polk County at Tyner Academy, … more
NEW ORLEANS – Christian Noble of Lee University was chosen the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Association (USTFCCCA) NCAA Division II Men’s National Athlete of the Week. Performances … more
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. — The reigning South Region champions and ninth-ranked Lee men's golf team opened the 2021-22 Season with a fourth-place finish at the Kiawah Invitational on … more
There are very few "firsts" that occur when a school has been open for over 100 years, but one of those will take place Friday night as fifth-ranked Bradley Central hosts Region 2-6A newcomer Hardin … more
While their three previous meetings were all in TSSAA opening round playoff battles in Knoxville, Friday's first-ever visit to Benny Monroe Stadium for Farragut will go a long way toward either team … more
Last week's win over Carter has left Walker Valley head coach Drew Akins feeling proud of his Mustangs and excited for the direction the team is headed. The Mustangs took a 20-14 halftime lead and … more
Bradley Central continues to roll strong through the volleyball season, notching two more sweeps the last couple of nights at "The Jim."After holding off Soddy-Daisy 25-15, 26-24 on Monday, the … more
Two of the top volleyball teams in the state faced off inside Raider Arena Tuesday when the Cleveland Lady Raiders hosted the Lady Irish from Knoxville Catholic.It was a battle from the outset with … more
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