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Congratulations to Bradley Central softball standout Riley Sermons for being selected as the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The recent BCHS graduate led the Bearettes with a .530 batting … more
After having their early season practice delayed a week due to mechanical problems at the city pools, and their opening match with the Cleveland Aqua Tigers turned into a scrimmage, the Cleveland Waterdogs were finally able to officially open their Chattanooga Area Swim League season this week. more
The annual Tennessee-Georgia high school soccer all-star games have a distinct local flavor with four  girls and a trio of guys from Bradley County on the rosters.Cleveland High coach Miles … more
Sunday, June 20 SOCCER Tennessee-Georgia All-Stater games at CHI Memorial Stadium East Ridge Girls game, 2 Boys Game, 4 Monday, June 21 GOLF   Sneds Tour at … more
The USA had little trouble defeating U.S. Virgin Islands Thursday afternoon in the opening round of bracket play at the FIBA Women’s AmeriCup at the Roberto Clemente Coliseum in San Juan, Puerto … more
Editor's note: No. 3 Tennessee (50-16) will face Virginia (35-25) at 2 p.m. Sunday in an opening round game at the College World Series, which will be broadcast on ESPN2.Head coach Tony Vitello took … more
After having their early season practice delayed a week due to mechanical problems at the city pools and their opening match with the Cleveland Aqua Tigers turned into a scrimmage, the Waterdogs were … more
Although the Cleveland and Bradley County community said a fond farewell to a true friend and local icon Tuesday, his legacy lives on in the thousands of lives he touched. more
Former Bradley Central star Rhyne Howard and her USA teammates did not get to play Argentina Tuesday, as scheduled at the FIBA Women’s AmeriCup 2021 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. more
Thursday, June 17 SWIMMING Ridgeside at Cleveland Aqua Tigers, 6 Big Ridge vs. Waterdogs (virtual meet), 6 Sunday, June 20 SOCCER Tennessee-Georgia All-Stater games at CHI … more
BASEBALL LEE SUMMER PROSPECT CAMP The Lee Flames will host their Summer Prospect Camp June 22-23. The camp is available to uncommitted 2021-25 graduates. more
Scoring 56 points in the paint and getting 53 points from its bench, the USA earned its third win in as many games with a 102-53 rout of winless Venezuela in the FIBA Women’s AmeriCup on Monday … more
KNOXVILLE (AP) — Jake Rucker hit two home runs in Game 2 of the Knoxville Super Regional, and No. 3 national seed Tennessee advanced to the College World Series with a 15-6 win over LSU, concluding … more
With former Bradley Central star Rhyne Howard helping to lead the way, USA rode a 25-10 second-quarter surge past the host Puerto Rico squad 87-65 at the FIBA Women’s AmeriCup Sunday evening at the … more
RIDGELAND, S.C. (AP) — Garrick Higgo's day began with a call from South African golfing great Gary Player. It ended in triumph just like so many of Player's Sundays did in his Hall of Fame … more
MIAMI (AP) — For his 32nd birthday, Drew Smyly got the following: an early lead, a big day from Austin Riley and some nifty defense from Ehire Adrianza.And the Atlanta Braves held on for a needed … more
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Lee University women's cross country and track & field star Celine Ritter was awarded the most esteemed award an athlete can receive in the Gulf South Conference as she was … more
RIDGELAND, S.C. (AP) — Chesson Hadley moved a step closer to his first PGA Tour victory in seven years, opening a four-stroke lead over Harris English and six over Dustin Johnson on Sunday in the … more
MIAMI (AP) — Zach Thompson pitched five scoreless inning and earned his first major league win, leading the Miami Marlins to a 4-2 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Saturday.Adam Duvall and Lewin … more
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