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Wednesday, Sept. 29 BOWLING Rhea County at Walker Valley (Leisure Time), 3:30 VOLLEYBALL Heritage at Cleveland, 6:30 (JV, 5:30) Thursday, Sept. 30 BOWLING Walker Valley at … more
McCormick, S.C. — The No. 13 ranked Lee women's golf team placed fourth at the Savannah Lakes Fall Invitational Tuesday at Monticello Golf Course.   The Lady Flames shot a 597 and … more
ATLANTA, Ga. — The Lee volleyball team fell in four sets, 3-1), to Division III and seventh-ranked Emory University Tuesday evening inside the Wood PEC Center.   The Eagles improved … more
The Cleveland State volleyball team put up a tough battle against Roane State Tuesday in L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium Tuesday, but were unable to pull off a victory as the Lady Raiders swept the Lady … more
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Lee senior goalkeeper Sam Keener was named the Gulf South Conference Men's Soccer Defender of the Week the league office announced Tuesday.   Keener earned two … more
COLUMBUS, Ga. — It was day to remember for the No. 7 Lee men's golf team as Ollie Lewis-Perkins set the program's 18-hole scoring record with a sizzling final round 64 to lead the Flames (281, … more
While two of the three county teams have been in each of the Associated Press' football polls this season, the third has been in the "receiving votes" category for four of the half dozen weeks, but … more
Monday, Sept. 27GOLFLee (W) at Savannah Lakes Fall Invitational (McCormick, S.C.), TBALee (M) at Cougar Invitational (Columbus, Ga.), TBASOCCEREast Ridge at Bradley Central (JV), 6Sequoyah at Polk … more
CLEVELAND, Miss. — The Lee University men's soccer team ran its win streak to five games with a 3-0 Gulf South Conference win at Delta State University. The Flames improved their record to 6-1 and … more
First year head coach Callie Murphy and the Lee University volleyball team completed the opening weekend of the Gulf South Conference schedule with a victory over Christian Brothers University inside … more
A local sports legend will be honored with a special fund-raising effort for the scholarship fund that bares her name with a first-ever golf tournament benefit in early October.The Liz Hannah Jackson … more
All Blue Raiders. All night long.While Walker Valley struggled in every facet of the game, Cleveland excelled. The Raiders racked up 482 yards of offense, moved the chains 24 times, intercepted three … more
CLINTON, Miss. — Playing with tremendous hustle the entire 90 minutes, junior Ellie Crisler broke open a scoreless battle with a goal in the 64th minute to propel Lee to a 1-0 victory on the Robert … more
BENTON — After a 2-0 start, Polk County has struggled in its last three games. The Wildcats picked up their third consecutive loss Friday at the Larry G. Davis Football Complex dropping a 24-10 … more
The 14th Annual Danette Henry Memorial Ovarian Cancer Golf Tournament was held at Chatata Valley Golf Course on Sept. 18.Henry's family began the tournament in 2008 after she lost her five-year … more
High School FootballRegion 2-6ATeam Region OverallMaryville 2-0 6-0Bradley Central 2-0 5-0Cleveland 1-1 5-1Bearden 1-1 2-2Farragut 0-2 2-4Hardin Valley 0-2 0-5Friday, Sept. 24Cleveland 38, Walker … more
Sunday, Sept. 26TENNISLee (M) at ITA Regional (Sumter, S.C.), TBAMonday, Sept. 27GOLFLee (W) at Savannah Lakes Fall Invitational (McCormick, S.C.), TBALee (M) at Cougar Invitational (Columbus, Ga.), … more
Congratulations to Bradley Central two-sport standout Ashlan Crittenden for being selected as the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The senior has been a key member of both the Bearette … more
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