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As is often the case when a team is on a roll, the only thing that can derail them is themselves. That's what happen to Bradley Central Friday evening.After taking time to honor their eight seniors … more
With the Bradley County trio in the Top 4 seeds, including a pair already in the semifinals, the District 5-AAA Baseball Tournament gets underway Wednesday, at A.C. Bud  Ball Field in … more
MONTEVALLO, Ala. — The Lee University women’s track & field team recorded 12 top-five performances to increase its lead from eight to 56 points on the second day of the Gulf South Conference … more
FOUR CLEVELAND LADY RAIDERS signed scholarships to play basketball at the collegiate level. From left, Mariyah Person, Chattanooga State; Jamaryn Blair, Florida A&M; Jadyn Chestnutt, Langston … more
THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS Alumni Golf Tournament is scheduled for May 8 at Chatata Valley Golf Club. Tee time is 8:30 a.m. There are a few team spots still available. For more information, contact … more
PENSACOLA, Fla. — The Lee University softball team saw its four-game winning streak halted with a 4-3 loss in an eight-inning battle with No. 22 West Florida in Game 1 Saturday.The nightcap … more
For the first time this century, Bradley Central has a championship tennis team as the Bearettes wrapped up a perfect season Thursday with a victory over arch-rival Cleveland High.While the Bradley … more
BASKETBALLBEARETTES CAMP The Bradley Central High School Bearettes Basketball Camp for ages 5-14 will run from June 2-4 from 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m., inside Jim Smiddy Arena on the campus of Bradley … more
Congratulations to Bradley Central senior baseball standout Ashton Simmons for being named the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The Lee University signee has helped the Bears to the District … more
ATHENS — Walker Valley wound up its district and regular season softball schedule in a big way behind the hot pitching from Hailey Leslie, a hot defensive effort and a hot day at the plate.The Lady … more
EVENSVILLE — Walker Valley galloped across the river and through the woods Thursday to stampede past Rhea County for a six-inning, "mercy rule" victory. more
CHATTANOOGA — If the finish to the District 5-AAA regular season earlier this week is any indication, the league tournament starting Wednesday will be a doozy as well.The district coaches gathered … more
MONTEVALLO, Ala. — Deborah Rubin and Celine Ritter posted gold medal performances to help the Lee University women’s track & field team to a first place standing following the first day of … more
Friday, April 30 BASEBALL Silverdale at Bradley Central, 6 Cleveland at Lenoir City, 6:30 Karns at Walker Valley, 7 Lee at West Florida, 7 SOFTBALL GPS at Cleveland, … more
Coming into the week, Cleveland had just one victory in its last seven games and was facing District 5-AAA leader McMinn County in the final home-and-home series of the season.Undeterred, Coach … more
Two of the best basketball players to walk the halls of Cleveland High School signed scholarships to play at the college level Monday. Grant Hurst and Blue Raider teammate Kley McGowan will take … more
Word around District 5-AAA is, when Michele Benson is on base don't blink or she will burn you with her base running ability and use her ambitious style of running the pads to advance a base, or even … more
Strange things happen under a full moon. That once again proved true the last two nights in a pair of wild games as Bradley Central pushed its winning streak to a dozen games, and with a little … more
Featuring outstanding defense, solid pitching and timely hitting, second-ranked Lee University claimed its first Gulf South Conference baseball regular season championship with a sweep of visiting Mississippi College. more
Walker Valley’s Ben Smith gave up only three hits and issued a single walk Monday night as the Mustangs opened their final District 5-AAA series of the season with a 2-0 win over the Trojans of … more
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