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ATHENS — Doing a good imitation of "Rich Strike" winning the Kentucky Derby, the Mustangs of Walker Valley charged through the pack to capture their first District 5 baseball championship in 11 … more
OOLTEWAH — The Bradley Central Bearettes pounded out 18 hits and scored 15 runs to eliminate the Cleveland girls 15-8 in the District 5-4A loser’s bracket semifinal Monday at Ooltewah High … more
OOLTEWAH — Sierra Brown blasted a pair of monster shots over the center field wall to lead the Lady Mustangs to an 11-7 win over McMinn County in the District 5-4A winner’s bracket final late … more
ATHENS — A pair of Bradley County teams will battle for the District 5-4A Championship Tuesday evening, with one hanging on for dear life thanks to a tremendous diving catch by Braxton Smith to … more
ATHENS — Getting upset by Ooltewah for the second time in their last two meetings, 10th-ranked and District 5-4A regular season champ Bradley Central bounced back to stave off elimination in the … more
OXFORD, Ala.– Shorter University scored five runs with two outs in the second inning, then came back with three runs in the third and added three more in the fourth frame to build up an 11-1 lead … more
Tuesday, May 10 BASEBALL TCCAA/REGION VII Tournament (at Chattanooga), TBA GSC Championships at Oxford, Ala. Championship Game, noon If necessary game, 2 District 5-4A … more
OXFORD, Ala. — Lee University became the only remaining unbeaten team in the 2022 Gulf South Conference Tournament by defeating Alabama Huntsville, 8-5, Sunday evening inside Choccolocco Park.The … more
CLEVELAND HIGH SCHOOL celebrated seven Blue Raiders student-athletes who signed college scholarships. Front row, from left, Hailey South — Chattanooga State, volleyball; Katie Moore — University … more
CLINTON, Miss. — The Lee University men’s track and field team collected seven event wins and finished second at the 2022 Gulf South Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships.The Flames … more
CLINTON, Miss. – The Lee University women’s track and field team collected nine event wins and eight second-place finishes to claim its fifth consecutive Gulf South Conference Outdoor Track and … more
ATHENS — Stunning second seed and District 5-4A Tournament host McMinn County Saturday put the Tribe on the warpath as they came back at No. 3 seed Walker Valley with a vengeance Sunday … more
The fifth-seeded Cleveland State Lady Cougars softball team opened the TCCAA Region VII NJCAA Tournament Sunday with a thrilling 7-6 nine inning win over No. 4-seed Dyersburg State.Bailee Phillips … more
Monday, May 9BASEBALLDistrict 5-4A TournamentBest-of-3 Semifinalsif necessary gamesat McMinn County HS Walker Valley vs. McMinn County, 5Ooltewah vs. Bradley Central, 8GSC Championshipsat … more
ATHENS — The weather was cool, but that wasn't what put the freeze on the bats Saturday as a pair of pitching duels produced surprising results in the opening round of the District 5-4A Tournament … more
OOLTEWAH — Walker Valley bats were hot from the outset in Saturday's second round against rival Cleveland High of the District 5-4A softball tournament.The third-seed Lady Mustangs (25-14-1) put … more
OXFORD, Alabama – The Lee University baseball team rode outstanding pitching and solid hitting into the winner’s bracket final of the Gulf South Conference Baseball Championship being played at … more
OXFORD, Ala. – The Lee University softball team saw its season come to a close after an, 8-0, loss to Alabama Huntsville in the semifinal round of the Gulf South Conference tournament from … more
VALDOSTA, Ga. – The No. 3 Lee men's golf team is once again going dancing as it punched its ticket for the second straight year to the NCAA D2 National Championship with a third place finish at the … more
OXFORD, Ala. — Gulf South Conference Freshman Pitcher of the Year Jack Nedrow hurled seven innings of four-hit ball, allowing just one earned run and striking out 12, in leading fifth-seeded Lee … more
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