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After having some difficulty in a 3-1 victory at McMinn County earlier this season, the Walker Valley volleyball squad showed vast improvement in Tuesday evening's second meeting with the Tribe, this … more
2021 PREP FOOTBALL STATS RUSHING Player Runs Ave. TDs Yds Jackson Wilson (BC) 84 8.4 5 708 Tetoe Boyd (C) 52 5.5 3 288 Simon Mullis (BC) 26 6.8 3 178 Spencer Jackson (WV) 29 5.9 … more
Wednesday, Sept. 15 GOLF Polk County at Greenback (Kahite), 4:15 Thursday, Sept. 16  GOLF Bradley Central, Walker Valley at Cleveland (CCC), 4 SOCCER Bradley Central at … more
The Cleveland State golf team attended the Dan York Memorial Tournament on Monday and Tuesday hosted by Wallace State Community College at Cross Creek Golf Course, in Cullman, … more
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Lee women's soccer forward, Riley Henry was named the Gulf South Conference Offensive Player of the Week the league office announced Tuesday.   Henry scored both … more
The fourth Associated Press Tennessee Prep Football polls came out this afternoon with Bradley Central and Walker Valley both holding their spots from last week.The Bears stayed fifth in the Class 6A … more
Derrel Martin retired from the FBI in 2017 after a 21-year career investigating various criminal matters including fraud, violent crimes, and terrorism. In 2009, he served a tour in Eastern … more
Genadra Almeida is heading back home. The former All-American player for the Lee women's golf program will return to be the assistant coach for Director of Golf, John Maupin."I'm so excited to be … more
Lee University Director of Golf John Maupin makes it very clear in what he expects from his talented men’s team this season. “Ending last season in the NCAA Quarterfinals was a big … more
Mattia Balzano scored two second half goals as the Lee University men's soccer team rolled to a 4-0 victory over visiting Tusculum University on a beautiful Saturday evening at the Ray Conn Sports … more
CEDARVILLE, Ohio — Senior Riley Henry’s second goal of the afternoon in the 85th minute gave the Lee University women’s soccer team a 2-1 victory over host Cedarville University, under windy … more
OWENSBORO, Ky. – The Lee University volleyball team opened the 2021 season with four losses this weekend at the Kentucky Wesleyan Invitational. The Lady Flames (0-4) were defeated in straight sets … more
ATHENS — Fifth-ranked (6A) Bradley Central picked up another big road win Friday night with a blowout of its oldest rival, McMinn County.The host Cherokees got a pair of scores in the final two … more
EASTArmy 38, W. Kentucky 35Georgetown 20, Delaware St. 14, OTMerrimack 35, Holy Cross 21Rutgers 17, Syracuse 7Stony Brook 24, Colgate 3SOUTHAuburn 62, Alabama St. 0Charleston Southern 38, The Citadel … more
BENTON — McMinn Central held the Polk County Wildcats to just 66 yards on the ground and 134 total yards in a 31-3 loss to the visiting Chargers."We didn't come out and play like we did the first … more
When your placekicker touches the ball more than anyone on your team, other than the center and quarterback, it's usually a good sign.

Cleveland junior Bennett Smith booted the ball 17 times Friday night — splitting the uprights into eight points after touchdowns, plus nine kickoffs — in a 56-7 thrashing of winless East Ridge Friday evening at "The Benny."
STRAWBERRY PLAINS — Walker Valley linebacker Eli Denton set the tone on the first play of the game and the Mustangs followed. On the opening snap, Denton crashed a Carter receiver to the ground. … more
Monday, Sept. 13GOLFLee (M) at Kiawah Invitational (Aiken, S.C.), TBALee (W) at UIndy Fall Invitational (Indianapolis, Ind.), TBA McMinn Central at Walker Valley (Chatata Valley), 4Polk County at … more
High School FootballRegion 2-6ATeam Region OverallBradley Central 1-0 3-0Maryville 1-0 3-0Bearden 1-0 2-1Cleveland 0-1 2-1Farragut 0-1 0-3Hardin Valley 0-1 0-3Friday, Sept. 10Maryville at Alcoa, 7Oak … more
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