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LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Rhyne Howard scored 17 of her 30 points in the fourth quarter and No. 21 Kentucky controlled the fourth quarter to knock off No. 15 Georgia 84-76 in SEC action Thursday … more
Although she didn't bring any of the white stuff to Bradley County, Mother Nature's expected winter blast cancelled all high school sporting activities Thursday evening and is having an effect on the … more
ROME, Ga. — Quay Kennedy scored a season-high 24 points, 22 of which came in the second half, as the Lee men's basketball team rolled past rival Shorter, 83-65, on Thursday evening. The Flames … more
LADY RAIDERS/RAIDERETTES ALUMNI CELEBRATION The Cleveland Lady Raiders invite all former Lady Raiders and Raiderettes to an Alumni Celebration Jan. 15, at 5:45 p.m. The Lady Raiders will host Oak … more
Editor's note: Games will be updated online as information is received. Friday, Jan. 7 BASKETBALL Bradley Central (G) at Knox Catholic, ppd. Ooltewah at Cleveland, ppd. Howard at … more
With Mother Nature expected to blast the area with winter weather, all Bradley County high school sports have been cancelled for this evening, with Friday and Saturday's slates still up in the … more
Tennessee High SchoolWrestling Pollas of Jan. 5, 2022The Poll is primarily a measure of dual meet strength with some consideration to individual tournament strength. Votes are cast by a state-wide … more
The Cleveland State Lady Cougars got the new year off to a rocking start on Wednesday night at L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium, as they shook off a slow start to post a convincing 82-63 win over the Motlow … more
Lee University has announced that today's women's basketball game at Shorter and Saturday's home game against West Alabama have been postponed due to the University's health and safety … more
CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Lee University athletics department sits at No. 15 after the fall season in the Learfield Directors' Cup standings. The Flames and Lady Flames scored at total 177.50 points … more
ENGLEWOOD — While the spotlight was on the opener, the nightcap provided the excitement Tuesday evening as the Bradley Central hoopsters paid a visit to McMinn Central's old dome.All eyes were on … more
CHATTANOOGA — Between football injuries and a tougher-than-average early-season schedule, it’s been a tough start for the Boyd-Buchanan boys basketball team.Some of those injured players are … more
LADY RAIDERS/RAIDERETTES ALUMNI CELEBRATION The Cleveland Lady Raiders invite all former Lady Raiders and Raiderettes to an Alumni Celebration Jan. 15, at 5:45 p.m. The Lady Raiders will host Oak … more
Wednesday, Jan. 5 BASKETBALL Motlow State at Cleveland State (W), 5:30 Motlow State at Cleveland State (M), 7:30 Thursday, Jan. 6 BASKETBALL Lee (W) at Shorter (Ga.), … more
A trio of top Bradley County players, plus a Polk County kicker, earned special honors over the weekend, being listed on the All-State teams by the Tennessee Football Coaches Association.Notching … more
Scoring two touchdowns in the final five minutes of the Gator Bowl, the Volunteers defeat the Indiana Hoosiers 23-22 and finish the season 8-5. more
The Tennessee Vols arrive at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Fla., for Thursday night's Taxslayer Gator Bowl. more
Vols defeat the Mocs [Photo gallery]
KNOXVILLE (AP) — Tennessee got some desperately needed momentum just in time for the start of Southeastern Conference competition. Jarrett Guarantano threw three first-half touchdown passes and … more
Vols Fall to BYU [Photo gallery]
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