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Walker Valley coaches, players and fans have seen this show before — 12 months ago.Like in 2022, the Mustangs beat state-ranked McMinn County in the opening game of their best-of-3 District 5-4A … more
After exploding for 34 runs in 10 innings during their first two District 5-4A Tournament victories, host Cleveland was held to just three scores in 14 at bats against their oldest foe that brought … more
While the three Bradley County softball programs came into the District 5-4A Tournament as the top seeds, it's been fourth-seed Rhea County that has dominated with back-to-back upsets of state-ranked … more
CHATTANOOGA — Walker Valley and Bradley Central had strong showings on the opening day of the District 5-AA tennis tournament, at the Champions Club on Friday.  Through two rounds of … more
The Lee University men's track & field team led from start to finish in recording the program's third title at the 2023 Gulf South Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships this weekend … more
The Lee University women's track & field team led from start to finish in recording the program's sixth-consecutive title at the 2023 Gulf South Conference Outdoor Track & Field … more
OXFORD, Ala. — On a warm Saturday afternoon at Choccolocco Park the surging Lee University collected 16 hits and advanced to the finals of the Gulf South Conference Baseball Championship.After … more
OXFORD, Ala. — The Lee University baseball team rode timely hitting and solid pitching by Jack Nedrow to an upset of 13th-ranked University of Montevallo (Ala.) in the opening round of the Gulf … more
As the old saying goes — “Come tournament time you can throw the records out the window.” And that's how it went for Rhea County Friday as the No. 4-seeded Lady Eagles got revenge for a … more
Gulf South Conference Golfer of the Year Supuschaya Srichantamit, called "Yui" by Lee coaches, teammates, and friends, traveled almost 9,000 miles (18 hours) from Khon Kaen, Thailand to Cleveland to … more
The fourth-ranked Lee University men’s golf team will begin defense of its 2022 NCAA DII National Golf Championship when it travels to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for regional competition on the … more
It's survive and advance time in District 5-4A softball.Bradley Central advanced in a big way in Thursday's opening round as the Bearettes relegated Ooltewah to the loser's bracket with an 18-3 … more
Playing a rare regular and postseason doubleheader was no problem for No. 6-ranked Cleveland Thursday evening, at Brenda Lawson Field.Having to play Howard back-to-back to wrap up the regular season, … more
The host Cleveland High baseball team has come out like a team that is playing with a purpose in the first two nights of the District 5-4A Tournament.Determined to extend their season, the … more
Bradley Central split a pair of matches with visiting Rhea County during Senior Night activities Tuesday, at the new BCHS Tennis Center.The Bears claimed a 7-2 victory, while the Lady Eagles took the … more
BIRMINGHAM — A pair of Lee University baseball players were named to All-Gulf South Conference Teams, as announced by the league on Thursday afternoon.As the Flames were getting ready to play in … more
Thursday, May 4BASEBALLDistrict 5-4A Tournamentat Bill Talley StadiumOoltewah vs. Cleveland winner, 7SOCCERBradley Central at Sequoyah, 6SOFTBALLDistrict 5-4 Tournamentat home of higher seedsNo. 6 … more
A second Bradley central sate champion wrestler will be wearing the singlet of a NCAA Division I program next season, which could lead to an interesting matchup along the way.Senior Ethan Lipsey … more
ATHENS — Moving up a spot in the Tennessee State Softball rankings by Maxpreps, Walker Valley closed out its regular season with a shutout victory over McMinn County Wednesday, on the … more
Congratulations to Bradley Central softball standout Macy Chastain on being selected as the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The Tennessee Wesleyan signee is hitting .597 on the season, with a … more
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