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MARYVILLE — Swinging like a pendulum in back-to-back state-ranked matchups, Cleveland once again found out just how tough perennial powerhouse Maryville is Friday night.After whipping then … more
The Mustangs are struggling.After putting up 156 points in the first five games of the season, eighth-ranked Walker Valley has found the end zone only once in its last two contests. In a key … more
Both senior Hannah Nall and the Cleveland Lady Raider golf team are looking for better finishes in their fourth straight TSSAA State Championship this week.A change of venue may help as the … more
Getting off to their best start since 2016, fifth-ranked Bradley Central remains undefeated after notching another key Region 2-6A victory Friday evening, at Jimmie Lovell Field.It wasn't pretty, but … more
ROME, Ga. — The Shorter Lady Hawks continued their impressive start to the 2021 season on Friday night knocking off the Lee University volleyball team, 3-1 from the Winthrop-King Centre.The Lady … more
Congratulations to Cleveland High senior Hannah Nall for being selected as the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The Lee University commit has led the Lady Raiders to their fourth straight TSSAA … more
With district tournament implications on the line, the Cleveland girls soccer team held its own for the first 40 minutes against Rhea County on the turf at Raider Field Thursday and looked poised to … more
Although it was the top two teams in District 5-AAA, squaring off at "The Jim" Thursday evening, the two state-ranked squads weren't at the top of their games.Host Bradley Central, 16th in the … more
Grace Hartwig found the back of the net in the fourth minute, and the Bradley Central girls’ soccer team held on for the 1-0 win over Chattanooga Central Thursday evening, at Bear Stadium on Senior … more
High School Football Region 2-6A Team Region Overall Maryville 2-0 6-0 Bradley Central 2-0 5-0 Cleveland 1-1 5-1 Bearden 1-1 2-4 Farragut 0-2 2-4 Hardin Valley 0-2 … more
Lee University softball coach Emily Russell wrapped up the 2021 signing class earlier this month. The Lady Flames added 10 new players to the roster, including eight position players and two … more
The second day of the TSSAA Bowling season didn't go as well as the first for Walker Valley Wednesday.After splitting matches with Boyd Buchanan on Tuesday, the Mustang rollers got swept by visiting … more
Walker Valley got the TSSAA Bowling season underway Tuesday, splitting a pair of matches against Boyd Buchanan, at Leisure Time Bowling.Using a combination of an American 19-pin game and five Baker … more
Forget last week. The Mustangs need to move forward.After a dismal showing against Cleveland, Walker Valley will face another tough challenge Friday when the Rhea County Eagles run onto the field at … more
After having its first game moved to Finley Stadium, fifth-ranked Bradley Central faced three consecutive rivalry road games before finally getting to host a game on its new turf.The 28-0 win over … more
Cleveland High cracking the Top 10 this week won't impress this week's opponent, which is looking for its 135th straight region victory, a streak dating back to the turn of the century (2000)."First, … more
Founded in 2001, Walker Valley High School has carried on the legacies and traditions that had been in place at Charleston High School for the past century.To honor the legacy of those who … more
From the opening tee shot of the prep link season, one thing has never been in doubt — the Cleveland High girls would be making yet another trip to the TSSAA State Championships.That assumption … more
As the regular season soccer season begins to wind down, the Walker Valley girls' soccer team faced stiff competition Tuesday at home, hosting Chattanooga Christian School.The Lady Mustangs (6-5) and … more
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