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ATHENS — The Cleveland girls' soccer team scored an early first-half goal and popped on another the second half. But, the story of the night was McMinn County and the relentless offensive … more
The Walker Arena crowd was raucous, decked out in white and the Lee volleyball team gave them plenty to get excited as the Lady Flames knocked off Valdosta State  3-1 on Tuesday … more
The Cleveland State Lady Cougars fought a tremendous battle with the Lady Trojans of Trevecca Monday night, but came up one set short in the five-set clash.   CSCC came up short in sets … more
Tennessee PrepFootball PollsThe Associated Press' Top 10 teams in each of Tennessee's six Division I non-financial aid classifications and in the combined Division II financial aid classification as … more
Monday, Oct. 11GOLFLee (W) at Leann Noble Memorial (Dahlonega, Ga.), TBAVOLLEYBALLTrevecca Nazarene at Cleveland State, 6:30Tuesday, Oct. 12BOWLINGWalker Valley at Cleveland (Leisure Time), 3:30CROSS … more
CARROLLTON, Ga. — The Lee University volleyball team ended the rugged five-game road trip with a 3-0 (25-19, 25-20, 25-23) loss to host University of West Georgia on Saturday afternoon at the … more
In reporting on the TSSAA State Golf Championships last week, it was inadvertently stated that Walker Valley's Ian Kinsey finished second in the Boys Division I, Class AA Tournament. Playing in his … more
There's starting fast and then there's what the Lee University men's soccer team did on Saturday evening in a 3-0 dominating victory over Emmanuel College. The Flames scored just 34 seconds into … more
OOLTEWAH — There was really no need for Damon Floyd to be worried, but like any coach, Floyd was concerned the distractions and down time of fall break would lessen the focus of his football … more
After ending round one of the state golf championship tied for sixth place, the Cleveland girls fired up to finish in second at the end of Tuesday's final round.Cleveland tied for second place with a … more
TELLICO PLAINS — The Polk County Wildcats picked up a huge Region 3-2A football win Friday on the road at Tellico Plains. Polk scored a touchdown in the first quarter and added a field goal in … more
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The Lee University cross country teams ended a three-week layoff with a trip to John Hunt Park in the UAH Chargers Cross Country Invite. The No. 5 Lady Flames won the women’s … more
For the last 25 years, Lee Cigliano has been a fixture on the sidelines as he guided the Cleveland State Community College men's basketball team. Now, after a very successful career as head coach of … more
CARROLLTON, Ga. — The Lee University volleyball team ended its rugged five game road trip with a 3-0 loss to host University of West Georgia on Saturday afternoon, at the Coliseum.The loss dropped … more
Monday, Oct. 11GOLFLee (W) at Leann Noble Memorial (Dahlonega, Ga.), TBASOCCERDistrict 5-AAAPairing, site and times TBADistrict 5-AAPairing, site and times TBAVOLLEYBALLTrevecca Nazarene at Cleveland … more
Congratulations to Walker Valley High School senior Gabbi Dunkle for being selected Check Into Cash Player of the week. Gabbi, a senior outside hitter, has been a powerful force this season for … more
It took just three sets and about an hour for the Cleveland volleyball team to hoist yet another District 5-3A championship trophy Wednesday night, during the district tournament at Walker Valley.The … more
The Cleveland State volleyball Lady Cougars ended their week on a high note with a sweep of Covenant College Thursday.Cleveland State found the momentum early in set one taking the lead 12-8  … more
The 2021 CATCH Ministry Bass Tournament Trail recently announced the CATCH Ministry/Cleveland Ford Team of the Year. The father-and-son team of Phillip Skofield and Scott Skofield took home the … more
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