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The U12 Cleveland FC boys soccer team won the Overmountain Cup last week in in Kingsport.The action for the Flames started Saturday morning as they beat FC National out of Knoxville, 6-0 then … more
The Cleveland boys’ soccer team fell to the Ooltewah High School Owls, 3-0, on Tuesday night in the TSSAA District 5 AAA championship from the Greater Cleveland Soccer Complex in what turned into a … more
Monday, May 17 BASEBALL Region 3-AAA Tournament at home of district champs District 6-AAA runner up at District 5-AAA champ, 7 District 5-AAA runner-up at District 6-AAA champ, … more
The Cleveland Blue Raiders took a 1-0 lead into halftime and scored a pair of second-half goals to earn a spot in the District 5-AAA Soccer Championship with a 3-0 win over McMinn County Tuesday.The … more
It was evident during the regular season that Walker Valley, East Hamilton and Soddy-Daisy were the Top 3 teams in District 5-AAA softball this season and now it comes down to that trio for the … more
MURFREESBORO — When all was said and done at the 2021 TSSAA Section 2 Track and Field Championships, a pair of local teams stood atop the leaderboard.Both the Cleveland High girls and Walker Valley … more
OOLTEWAH — Immediately after earning a spot in the District 5-AAA Championship Game, veteran Bradley Central head coach Travis Adams made a gutsy decision that paid big dividends.Despite knowing … more
CLEVELAND SWIMMER Jacob McDaniel has signed to swim for Martin Methodist College, in Pulaski, Tn. Jacob will swim backstroke for the Redhawks. Seated, from left, Ashley Clay, mother    … more
The Cleveland State Community College baseball team improved its roster by one Monday afternoon when Walker Valley star pitcher Ben Smith signed with the Cougars.Smith ended his run with the Mustangs … more
CLEVELAND LADY RAIDERS' volleyball star Elliott Brock (seated, center) has signed a scholarship to play for the Lady Lions of Bryan College, in Dayton. more
WALKER VALLEY soccer standout Jadra Martinez has signed a scholarship to play soccer for Bluefield State College in Bluefield West Va. Jadra plans to study education to become a middle school … more
BLUE RAIDERS CATCHER Ethan Jones (seated, center) his signed to play baseball for the Milligan University Buffaloes in Milligan College, Tn. more
Wednesday, May 12 SOFTBALL District 5-AAA Tournament at Brenda McKenzie Field, Cleveland Loser's bracket final Walker Valley vs. Soddy-Daisy, 5 Championship Game WV/SD winner vs. … more
BASEBALLLEE BASEBALL CAMPSYOUTH DAY CAMPThe clubLee University Flames will host a Youth Day Camp from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. June 7-10 for athletes ages 5-13. The camp will focus on the main skills inside … more
Tuesday, May 11SOCCERDistrict 5-AAA TournamentNo. 4 McMinn County at No. 1 Cleveland, 7No. 3 Walker Valley at No. 2 Ooltewah, 7SOFTBALLDistrict 5-AAA Tournamentat Brenda McKenzie Field, … more
OXFORD, Ala. — It will be a long road back for the 10th-ranked Lee University baseball team if it hopes to remain alive in the Gulf South Tournament Championship being staged at Choccolocco Park. more
A total of 17 Bradley County players advanced to the semifinal rounds of the District 5-Large Tennis Tournament Friday.Bradley Central tied with McMinn County for the most players advancing with … more
Walker Valley hurler Hailey Leslie was virtually untouchable in the circle and the Lady Mustangs backed her up in the field and at the plate.While Leslie was busy tossing a no-hitter against McMinn … more
After a win against Ooltewah in Friday's opening day of the District 5-AAA Tournament, the Cleveland Lady Raiders were pushed to the loser's bracket with an 11-1, five-inning loss to top-seeded East … more
OOLTEWAH — Top-seeded Bradley Central stopped No. 7 seed East Hamilton's improbable run in the District 5-AAA Tournament cold in its tracks Saturday.After knocking off No. 4 Walker Valley and … more
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