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KNOXVILLE — Tennessee was back on the practice field Tuesday morning as it looks forward to yet another big game against a nationally-ranked opponent in No. 19/17 Kentucky this Saturday night under … more
Things have not always gone well for Walker Valley over the course of the season. The Mustangs started with high hopes and opened with a 2-1 record before losing five of their next six.However, there … more
The last time Cleveland faced a Region 2-6A opponent was less than ideal. Hosting Bearden on Oct. 14, the Blue Raiders fell behind in the second half on the way to a 34-24 loss, a result that … more
KNOXVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Volunteers are proving just how quickly a traditional powerhouse can rebound despite seeming lost for well over a decade.Tennessee football hit the rockiest of … more
They're off to the World Series for a fourth time in six seasons, a remarkable feat of staying power for a franchise in any era of baseball history, let alone one that includes a 12-team playoff … more
Bryce Harper's career arc from teenage sensation to full-blown superstar has been an 11-year process, hitting a crescendo Sunday night when his two-run homer in Game 5 of the NL Championship Series … more
Wednesday, Oct. 26BOWLINGBradley Central at Chattanooga Central (Brainerd Spare Time), 3:30 Thursday, Oct. 27BOWLINGMcCallie at Bradley Central (B) (Leisure Time), 3:30Signal Mountain at … more
CARROLLTON, Ga. — Despite a career high in digs for Hannah Upton, the Lee University volleyball team could not earn a victory on the road at the University of West Georgia on Tuesday … more
Monday, Oct. 24FOOTBALLBradley Central (JV) at Rhea County, 6Polk County (JV) at Meigs County, 6GOLFLee (M) at Currahee Collegiate Invitational (Toccoa, Ga.), TBAVOLLEYBALLCleveland State at … more
Bryce Harper and Kyle Schwarber breaking the Bank in Philly. Yordan Alvarez launching moonshots in H-Town.Dusty Baker trying for a most elusive win. Justin Verlander, too. A fired-up Harper and … more
NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans are so banged up that even quarterback Ryan Tannehill now is in a walking boot.The Titans also have won four straight after an 0-2 start, showing a toughness … more
NASHVILLE (AP) — Joel Farabee had a goal and two assists, Carter Hart stopped 31 shots and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Nashville Predators 3-1 on Saturday night.Kevin Hayes had a goal and an … more
KNOXVILLE (AP) — This day in Princeton Fant's career at Tennessee was a long time coming.The 6-foot-2, 245-pound redshirt senior came to Rocky Top as a running back with a strong arm. He grew into … more
Sunday. Oct. 23SOCCERAlabama-Huntsville at Lee, 1Monday, Oct. 24FOOTBALLBradley Central (JV) at Rhea County, 6Polk County (JV) at Meigs County, 6GOLFLee (M) at Currahee Collegiate … more
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – The No. 6-ranked Lee University men’s cross country team put four runners in the top 20 of a field of 486 to place second at the UAH Charger Cross Country Invitational Saturday … more
The Lee University volleyball team had a 9-0 run to start the contest and never looked back as the Lady Flames swept the University of West Alabama 3-0 (25-17, 25-16, 25-22) on Saturday afternoon. It … more
The tough times continued for Walker Valley Friday inside “The MAC” as the fifth-ranked (4A) Upperman Bees buzzed into town and headed back to the hive with a 24-17 win over the Mustangs.It was … more
Ryan Chouyouti brought a capacity crowd at the Ray Conn Sports Complex to their feet, not once but twice in Lee men's soccer 1-0 Gulf South Conference win over West Alabama Friday … more
Grace Berry scored early and the Lee University women's soccer team made it stick in claiming a 1-0 Gulf South Conference victory over West Alabama on Friday night at the Ray Conn Sports … more
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