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Bradley Central is welcoming home one of its own to take over the Bear basketball program. more
Mother Nature dipping the mercury not only put a chill in the air the last couple of days, but also had a negative affect on the Cleveland High bats as well.After belting 14 hits in Monday's 5-4 … more
The red-hot Bradley Central Bears of Coach Travis Adams welcomed the Rhea County Golden Eagles to the Toby McKenzie Baseball Complex on Thursday for a non-district game on a cool, brisk … more
  After a year’s delay, the 17th annual Cleveland Invitational Golf Tournament is finally ready to tee off.   The two-day event will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday with a champion … more
The Cleveland Blue Raiders soccer team played the Howard School to a 2-2 draw on Thursday evening, from the Greater Cleveland Soccer Complex. more
ATHENS — The Bradley Central tennis Bearettes wrapped up the District 5-Large regular season championship Thursday as part of a split of one-point outcomes against McMinn County.The Bearettes edge … more
Friday, April 23 BASEBALL Mississippi College at Lee, 6 Sweetwater at Walker Valley, 6 McCallie at Bradley Central, 7 SOCCER Bradley Central at Sweetwater, … more
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — The Lee University men's tennis team had its season come to an end with a 4-1 loss to Delta State University in the Gulf South Conference Championship quarterfinal round … more
YOUNG HARRIS, Ga. — Ryan Beamish continued his torrid home run attack on Wednesday afternoon in an 8-3 victory against Young Harris College at Zell B. Miller Park. Beamish delivered the "Beamer … more
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Capping off an undefeated Gulf South Conference Regular Season the Lee women's lacrosse team took home Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year and Coach of the Year … more
Thursday, April 22BASEBALLRhea County at Bradley Central, 7Hixson at Cleveland, 7Walker Valley at Sweetwater, 6LACROSSEBradley Central at Signal Mtn., 5SOCCERPolk County at Bradley Central, … more
The Lee University women's lacrosse team fell to Young Harris, 15-13, on Wednesday afternoon in the Gulf South Conference tournament semifinals, from the Multi-Sport Complex. more
MOBILE, Ala. — No. 1-ranked West Florida posted a sizzling 24-under par, 840, on the Magnolia Grove Crossing Golf Course and turned back No. 8-ranked Lee University in the 52-hole Gulf South … more
A pair of local hoop senior standouts have been honored as members of the Tennessee Sports Writers Association's All-State teams. more
After struggling at the plate some earlier in the season, Bradley Central appears to have worked out that problem, putting 69 runs on the scoreboard during their current eight-game winning streak. more
After banging out 16 hits in a win to open a two-game District 5-AAA baseball series on the road with Soddy-Daisy Monday night, Cleveland could only manage three hits Tuesday and fell in the series closer to the Trojans by an identical 5-4 margin. more
SODDY-DAISY— Walker Valley’s Hailey Leslie did the job in the circle and at the plate, as the Lady Mustangs picked up a huge District 5-AAA softball win on the road against Soddy-Daisy Tuesday by a 5-3 margin. more
Walker Valley drilled a pair of goals in each half to come away as victors over in-county rival Bradley Central in a 4-0 shut-out Tuesday night, in Bear Stadium.

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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
Wednesday, April 21 BASEBALL Lee at Young Harris (Ga.), 5 LACROSSE GSC Championships Semifinals No. 4 Young Harris (Ga.) at No. 1 Lee, TBA No. 3 Montevallo (Ala.) at No. 2 … more
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