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Tennessee quarterback Hendon Hooker, two Big Ten running backs and Alabama pass-rusher Will Anderson Jr. highlight The Associated Press midseason All-America team presented by Regions Bank, selected … more
MURFREESBORO – A three-set sweep did not look like a sure thing for Cleveland volleyball down the stretch of the match, but the Lady Raiders ultimately got it done without giving one up Tuesday … more
Despite Rhea County's record, the boys from Evensville are always a tough nut to crack, especially on their home turf.That's the challenge for Bradley Central, which is in desperate need of a strong … more
The Cleveland State golf team was consistent, finishing in fourth place at the Atomic City Classic Monday and Tuesday.Firing a team score of 312 each day, the Cougars fell to host Roane State who won … more
The Bradley County Parks and Recreation Department is in need of referees for its upcoming basketball league.Working as a game official is a good way to help young people by being involved with the … more
Former Cleveland High School coach Bryan Draper will be honored at a special memorial service on Sunday, Oct. 23 at 3 p.m. The event will be at the Jones Wrestling Center. Draper, who coached at … more
Monday, Oct. 17BOWLINGBradley Central at Cleveland (Leisure Time), 3:30 FOOTBALLChattanooga Christian at Bradley Central (JV), 6Cleveland (JV) at East Ridge, 6Tellico Plains at Polk County (JV), … more
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Lee University women's soccer team came away with a 1-1 tie against Auburn University at Montgomery Sunday afternoon. The Lady Flames (8-2-5, 6-2-3) had to play the final 76 … more
Unlike their previous four trips to the TSSAA Volleyball State Championship, Cleveland is sitting "in the catbird seat."The two teams that finished ahead of them in last year's tournament have … more
DALLAS (AP) — Roope Hintz scored twice, Jason Robertson had a goal and two assists and the Dallas Stars finished a home-and-home sweep of the Nashville Predators with a 5-1 victory Saturday … more
KNOXVILLE — After 15 years of being a rival to Alabama in name only, Tennessee snapped a humbling losing streak, stamped itself a championship contender and celebrated in spectacular fashion.Chase … more
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Charlie Morton took a shot off his pitching elbow that was eerily reminiscent of the comebacker that broke the Atlanta postseason ace’s right leg in last year’s World … more
HOOVER, Ala. – The Lee University volleyball team fell to Eckerd College, 3-0, on Saturday afternoon from the Finley Center in their final game of the Gulf South Conference/Sunshine State … more
MONTAVALLO, Ala. — Despite outshooting the Montevallo 20-7 the Lee University men's soccer team failed to find the back of the net in falling on the road, 2-0 to Montevallo (Ala.) in a key Gulf … more
MONTEVALLO, Ala. — After not being beaten for 18 months, the Lee University women’s soccer team has tasted defeat the past two Friday evenings following a 2-1 loss to University of Montevallo … more
Coming in after one of the biggest wins in recent program history, Cleveland football fell to 1-3 in Region 2-6A play on the same field where it had just beaten Maryville only two weeks prior.Hosting … more
The good news is Bradley Central notched it's 13th straight trip to the TSSAA Football Playoffs.The bad news is the fifth-ranked Bears had nothing to do with securing it after a second straight poor … more
ATHENS — The Walker Valley Mustangs still have never beaten the McMinn County Cherokees.After trailing the 6-2 (3-0 Region 4-5A) Tribe by just three points at the half, a McMinn County score to … more
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Rhys Hoskins raised his arms in triumph, and then spiked his bat in celebration — a raw, emotional moment destined for Philadelphia's rich sports history.Hoskins then trotted … more
It was a day after the 13th, but Friday the 14th proved jinxed as well for the trio of Bradley County football teams, each dropping key region contests.With a shot at their first league crown since … more
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