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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The Lee University men's soccer team was picked to finish fourth and received one first place vote in the Gulf South Conference Preseason poll as head coach Derek Potteiger … more
New first-year head coach Callie Murphy is filled with optimism as she comes from Cedarville University (Ohio) to take over the Lee volleyball program. It is a young team that has only three seniors … more
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The 2021 Lee University women's soccer team will have an even bigger target on their backs this season after being ranked No. 6 in the country according to the United Soccer … more
Former Lee University runner Caleb Morgan enters his ninth season in charge of his highly successful cross-country program with his Lady Flames the favorite to repeat as the Gulf Coast Conference … more
THE CLEVELAND BASSMASTERS endured high and muddy water during an Aug. 21 tournament on Weiss Lake, in Alabama. The winners were, from left, Steve Higgins, first place and Big Fish; Tim Cody, second … more
ATHENS — The Cleveland defense had just enough gas left in the tank to make one more stop as McMinn County pushed toward a late game score.    After driving from their own … more
BENTON — If  Polk County had any questions about where to turn against Sequoyah Friday night, Ryan Cronan had the answer.    The Wildcat running back churned up 136 yards … more
After securing yet another "County Conflict" victory, Bradley Central interrupted head coach Damon Floyd's postgame interviews by encircling him with a rousing "Happy Birthday" serenade Friday … more
High School FootballRegion 2-6ATeam Region OverallMaryville 0-0 2-0Bradley Central 0-0 1-0Cleveland 0-0 1-0Bearden 0-0 0-1Farragut 0-0 0-1Hardin Valley 0-0 0-1Thursday, Aug. 26Maryville 52, Powell … more
Congratulations to Cleveland High star athlete Tetoe Boyd for being named the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The senior state champion wrestler opened his final prep football season by … more
  Bradley Central's 10th victory in the young volleyball season was without a doubt its easiest, giving an opportunity for some younger players to get into varsity action.   "We … more
  CROSSVILLE — The Walker Valley golf Mustangs continued their winning ways Wednesday adding the championship trophy from the 13th annual Golf Capital Classic to their impressive season … more
The Chattanooga Patriots weren't the intended opponent, but the Lady Mustangs were just happy to be playing volleyball. After Ooltewah canceled due to COVID issues, the Patriots filled the empty slot … more
Friday, Aug. 27 FOOTBALL Bradley Central at Walker Valley, 7:30 Cleveland at McMinn County, 7:30 Sequoyah at Polk County, 7:30 VOLLEYBALL Cleveland at Middle Tennessee Tournament, … more
GOLF BRADLEY'S SMITH MEMORIAL SET The 21st annual Smith Memorial Golf Tournament will take place Saturday at Chatata Valley Golf Course. The tournament will tee off at 8:30 a.m., with a … more
For the first time, Friday night's annual "County Conflict" will be a "turf war" between a pair of state-ranked teams.While "big brother" Bradley Central opens its 104th season ranked seventh in the … more
The Blue Raiders are off to a good start after last week’s win at Red Bank, and are looking to stay hot as they hit the road once again Friday.Cleveland will stay out of region once again with a … more
ATHENS — After trading two-point outcomes in the first couple of sets, Walker Valley was able to adjust and pull away from McMinn County in District 5-AAA volleyball action Tuesday evening, in … more
Mother Nature washing out last week's golf action didn't dampen the Cleveland High girls' hot streak as they matched a program record-setting score and continued to dominate regular season action … more
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