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Roger Federer is retiring from professional tennis at age 41 after a series of knee operations, closing a career in which he won 20 Grand Slam titles, finished five seasons ranked No. 1 and helped … more
Congratulations to Cleveland High School football player DJ Adams on being named the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The senior wide receiver had a standout performance in the Blue … more
Wednesday, Sept. 14CROSS COUNTRYCleveland Middle vs. Ocoee Middle (at Bradley Co. Industrial Park),  4:30 (G), 5 (B)SOFTBALLOcoee Middle at East Hamilton, 5 (JV, 6:30)Thursday, Sept. … more
KNOXVILLE – Coming off a road victory at No. 17 Pittsburgh last Saturday, Tennessee head coach Josh Heupel met with the media for his weekly Monday press conference to recap the Vols' big win and … more
Cleveland football got a chance to make progress on some lingering issues last week on the way to a 55-28 walloping over visiting East Ridge Friday night. Now back at .500 and nearing the midway … more
After opening at home with four straight victories, Bradley Central’s 7th-ranked (6A) Bears will head north for a Region 2-6A game at Hardin Valley Academy. The Bears (4-0, 1-0) will try to keep … more
It was not a performance Cleveland girls' soccer coach Miles Christian was thrilled with, but it was a District 2-AAA win nonetheless for his team Tuesday night. Hosting local rival Bradley … more
Preparation is the key to any win whether it be on the football field, baseball field, soccer field or any turf of court where competition is taking place. Last week on the football field, the … more
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The reigning World Series champion Atlanta Braves fully expect the division race to go down to the wire with the New York Mets. Dansby Swanson believes the Braves still … more
The Walker Valley volleyball team returned home from Rhea County with a 3-1 District 5-AAA win over the Lady Eagles Tuesday, winning by set scores of 25-18, 23-25, 25-13 and 25-9. Bella Beard … more
Cleveland State volleyball saw their conference record drop to 0-2 as they lost a four set match to Roane State on Tuesday.  Played in the L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium on the campus of Cleveland … more
Tuesday, Sept. 13GOLFLee (W) at UIndy Fall Invitational (Carmel, Ind.), TBAMcMinn County, Rhea County at Walker Valley (Flagstone), 4SOCCERWalker Valley (JV) at Silverdale, 4:30Lake Forest at … more
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Zack Littell wanted to stay in to pitch to Braves slugger Matt Olson when Gabe Kapler removed him, and the Giants reliever let his frustration boil over before he walked off … more
Madison Miner saw one of her dreams come true when she signed at Tennessee Wesleyan University on March 3, 2022 to continue playing volleyball as she completes her four-year degree in … more
Monday, Sept. 12FOOTBALLMcMinn County at Bradley Central (JV), 6East Hamilton at Cleveland (JV), 6Polk County (JV) at McMinn Central, 6Copper Basin at Lake Forest (JV), 6:30GOLFLee (W) at UIndy Fall … more
INDIANAPOLIS - Geandra Almeida served as an assistant under Lee Director of Golf John Maupin last season when the women’s golf team made history by reaching the quarterfinals in its first NCAA DII … more
Head Coach Caleb Evans takes his Cougar golfers on the road to start the 2022 season at the Alice Lloyd College Invitational.  The 11-team competition includes conference rival Roane State along … more
SEATTLE (AP) — After the Seattle Mariners gave up five runs in the top of the ninth to trail by a run, it was rookie Julio Rodriguez who came into the dugout fired up and rallying his … more
NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans started exactly the way they wanted, jumping out to a double-digit lead. Finishing was the issue. The Titans blew a 13-point lead Sunday, then drove … more
MEMPHIS – A goal with only 5:54 remaining in the contest forced the Lee women’s soccer team to settle for a 1-1 hard-fought draw on Sunday afternoon against Christian Brothers University in a GSC … more
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