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Thursday, April 29 BASEBALL Walker Valley at Rhea County, 7 (JV, 4) SOCCER Lookout Valley at Bradley Central, 5 SOFTBALL Bradley Central at Ooltewah, 5 Cleveland at Soddy-Daisy, … more
ATHENS — After a trio of scoreless frames, runs were aplenty with 17 scored in a three-inning span Monday evening at McMinn County as Cleveland upset the District 5-AAA leaders. more
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — It's been a storybook senior year for Ryan Beamish and the No. 2 Lee baseball team this season. Adding to that story, Beamish was named the Gulf South Conference Player of … more
Strange things happen under a full moon. That proved true at the McKenzie Baseball Complex Monday evening as a pair of pitching aces combined to give up 18 hits, but just five runs were scored as 17 "ducks were left on the pond," plus a player, coach and a fan were ejected from the contest.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The Lee University women's golf team earned three spots on the Gulf South Conference First and Second Teams. Supuschaya Srichantamit and Emily Felix capture first team honors … more
Monday, April 26BASEBALLMississippi College at Lee, 4East Hamilton at Bradley Central, 7 (JV, 4)Cleveland at McMinn County, 7 (JV, 4)Soddy-Daisy at Walker Valley, 7 (JV, 4)SOFTBALLCopper Basin at … more
Beck Burnette has played the Cleveland Invitational three times. Sunday, after a delay of a year and a day, the Lee University sophomore made the most of his time on the course as he opened with two birdies and rolled to a 5-under par 67 — and to claim the annual event's championship crown. more
Madison Barnett delivered in the circle once again and Shelby Cole hit her second home run of the series to help the Lee University softball team complete a crucial three-game Gulf South Conference … more
Featuring outstanding defense, solid pitching and timely hitting the second-ranked Lee University claimed its first Gulf South Conference baseball regular season championship with a doubleheader … more
Any Class AAA All-State wrestling team in Tennessee is going to be loaded with local matmen and such is the case again this year as 17 Bradley County grapplers are on the Tennessee Sports Writers Association honor squad, released today. more
BRADLEY CENTRAL tennis standout Gabby Peacock signed to play for Tennessee Wesleyan University this week. The four-year starter helped the Bearettes claim the school's first District 5 regular season … more
It is no secret why Lee University head baseball coach Mark Brew has stepped in and continued to win games year-after-year after replacing his mentor and former Lee head coach David Altopp 16 years ago. more
For four innings Walker Valley sleepwalked to a 1-1 tie with Sweetwater. Then came inning No. 5. The Mustangs (12-11) sent 15 batters to the plate, scored 10 runs on six hits, nine walks, four pitching changes and an error thrown in for good measure. Walker Valley's Landon Franklin finally put an end to the Wildcats' self-destructive carnage with a walk-off walk to seal the 11-1 win.
After a year-long delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, golfers waiting to tee it up at the 17th Cleveland Invitational hosted by Cleveland Country Club had to wait one more day, as Mother Nature stepped in to delay the tournament. more
After introducing the first female high school wrestlers to the area a couple of years ago, Bradley Central has announced the hiring of a separate head coach to handle the Bearette mat program. Having joined the Bradley wrestling staff as an assistant coach midway through the 2019-2020 season, Mackenzie Bacich assumes the Bearette head coaching job, the school announced Friday.
Making his first trip back into the main buildings of his alma mater since graduating in 2000, new Bradley Central boys' basketball coach Zach Carpenter is excited about being back on campus. more
Shining brightly, Gavin Burnette loves the "Friday Night Lights," even if they shine on the diamond rather than the gridiron.The Bradley Central senior hurler posted his fourth Friday victory of the … more
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