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GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Ryan Tannehill and the Tennessee Titans showed they don't have to rely exclusively on their bruising ground attack. With Green Bay focusing on trying to slow down Derrick … more
Friday, Nov. 18 BASKETBALL Chattanooga Prep at Cleveland (B), 7 (JV, 5:30) Saturday, Nov. 19 BASKETBALL Bradley Central (G) vs. Warren County (at Coffee Co. Middle) 12:30 East Hamilton at Cleveland … more
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina coach Shane Beamer had a message for those wondering why Tennessee receiver Jalin Hyatt left town to star for the fifth-ranked Volunteers. “I have certainly … more
The Walker Valley boys' bowling team returned home with a road win over Soddy-Daisy Thursday, winning by an overall score of 1,763-1,525.  In the American 19-Pin competition, the Mustangs won … more
The Walker Valley bowling team split its boys’ and girls’ matchups Tuesday.  Taking on local rival Cleveland, the Mustangs took the boys’ competition over the Blue Raiders 2,092-1,845. On … more
Thursday, Nov. 17 BASKETBALL Lee at Valdosta State (Ga.), 6 Cleveland (G) at Baylor, 6 (JV, 4:30) Notre Dame at Walker Valley, 6 (JV, 3:30)   BOWLING Cleveland at McMinn County (Classic … more
Cleveland State hosted conference foe Walters State Wednesday and came away with a split, at the L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium. The Cougars jumped out to an early lead and then held off a late charge by … more
Congratulations to Walker Valleyfootball’s Evan Schwarzl on being named the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The quarterback went 139-for-228 for 1,627 yards as a junior, finishing the … more
Editor's note: This Mustang mat squads season peak is the second of three high school wrestling previews in this week's print and online editions. Cleveland's outlook was in Tuesday's paper, while … more
Bradley Central golfer Jonas Rayfield has chosen to continue his link career at Walters State next fall, signing with the Senators Tuesday. "It's a great opportunity to continue playing at one of the … more
NEW YORK (AP) — Seattle's Julio Rodríguez and Atlanta's Michael Harris II had a lot in common — perhaps too much. The 21-year-old center fielders were runaway winners in Rookie of the Year … more
Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan and TCU held on to the top four spots in the College Football Playoff rankings on Tuesday night, with Tennessee at No. 5 and LSU at No. 6. With three of the top six … more
NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans keep swapping bodies in and out on defense, using 24 different starters alone midway through the season. Now the Titans face another challenge Thursday night … more
Terry Francona of the Cleveland Guardians and Buck Showalter of the New York Mets trace their beginnings as major league managers to a time when starting pitchers still threw complete games, … more
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Michigan State found a way to finish. The search continues for No. 4 Kentucky — even with consensus national player of the year Oscar Tshiebwe back in action. Malik Hall … more
Walker Valley boys' basketball squad wasted no time jumping out to an early lead Tuesday night before cruising to an easy victory. Hosting Warren County for their season-opening Hall of … more
Wednesday, Nov. 16 BASKETBALL Walters State at Cleveland State, 5:30 Thursday, Nov. 17 BASKETBALL Lee at Valdosta State (Ga.), 6 Cleveland (G) at Baylor, 6 (JV, 4:30) Notre Dame at Walker Valley, 6 … more
Tuesday, Nov. 15 BASKETBALL Baylor at Bradley Central (G), 6 Warren County at Walker Valley, 6 Silverdale at Bradley Central (B), 7:30 BOWLING McMinn County at Bradley Central (Leisure Time), 3:30 … more
KNOXVILLE (AP) — Mackenzie Holmes and Grace Berger had double-doubles, five Indiana players scored in double figures, and the No. 12 Hoosiers defeated No. 11 Tennessee 79-67 on Monday night. Holmes … more
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