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The Lee University men’s soccer team bounced back Sunday afternoon, getting a 2-0 win over Delta State. The Flames got a goal from Jeremy Bischoff right before the half and then Fabian Navarro … more
Behind another solid defensive effort, the Lee University women’s soccer team improved to 5-0-3 overall and 2-0 against GSC competition with a 2-0 shutout over visiting Delta State University … more
Monday, Sept. 19FOOTBALLBradley Central (JV) at East Hamilton, 6McMinn Central at Cleveland (JV), 6GOLFLee (M) at North Georgia Fall Invitational (Gainesville, Ga.), TBADistrict 5-AATournamentat … more
KNOXVILLE (AP) — What Jalin Hyatt did Saturday night was a long time coming.Hyatt caught five passes for 166 yards and two touchdowns to lead No. 15 Tennessee to a 63-6 victory over Akron.“It was … more
ATLANTA (AP) — Ronald Acuña Jr. was excited that the Atlanta Braves appeared to be at full strength as they attempt to win a fifth straight division title.Not so fast. Second baseman Ozzie … more
KNOXVILLE – A week after showing signs of progress in a 55-28 home win over East Ridge, Cleveland football struggled once more in its return to Region 2-6A play Friday night. Traveling up to … more
Walker Valley mounted a late rally against Smith County Friday inside “The MAC,” but the effort was too little, too late against the powerful Owls. The Mustangs fought to the finish, but could … more
KNOXVILLE -  It wasn’t pretty, but the Bradley Central Bears picked up a big Region 2-6A win on the road at Hardin Valley Academy on Friday night by 24-17. After opening at home with four … more
Saturday, Sept. 17CROSS COUNTRYCleveland in Southern Showcase (Huntsville, Ala.), TBALee at North Alabama Invitational (Huntsville, Ala.), TBAVOLLEYBALLLee at Christian Brothers, 3Cleveland at Border … more
ATLANTA (AP) — William Contreras hopes Ronald Acuña Jr. is starting to hit his stride, even if it's mid-September after being slowed by knee soreness most of the year. “We're talking about … more
Make it a 5-0 start to the 2022 season for Bradley Central football. Traveling to Knoxville for a Region 2-Class 6A matchup at Hardin Valley Academy, the No. 7 Bears picked up the pace after a … more
Make it a regular-season sweep for Cleveland volleyball over Walker Valley. Three weeks after a road win over the Lady Mustangs on Aug. 25, the Lady Raiders got to take down their District 5-AAA … more
The area youth bowling summer league 2022 season recently came to a close. The season's conclusion culminated with the naming of summer youth award winners. Winners are listed … more
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Bills quarterback Josh Allen feigned ignorance when asked if he winced while watching video of him getting stuffed on fourth down near the goal line in the final seconds … more
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — In a showdown between the Chiefs and Chargers, two of the league's best teams led by two of the game's bright young quarterbacks, an unheralded seventh-round draft pick who … more
Cleveland State’s Women’s Basketball has reloaded their 2022-2023 roster with a total of 13 newcomers adding to one lone returner. "I am really excited about this incoming class. It is a … more
Friday, Sept. 16 FOOTBALL Bradley Central at Hardin Valley, 7 Cleveland at Farragut, 7 Smith County at Walker Valley, 7 Tyner Academy at Polk County, 7:30 SOCCER Mississippi … more
The 5th Annual Clint Scoggins Memorial Golf Tournament took place this summer at Falcon Pointe Golf Club in Cleveland. The tournament raised $1,500, which was donated to the Boys & Girls Clubs of … more
Thursday, Sept. 15FOOTBALLMaryville at Lake Forest, 6:30Ocoee Middle at McCallie, 6:30 (JV, 5)CROSS COUNTRYCleveland, Polk County in Woodland Park Meet 2 (Chattanooga), 6 (JV, 5:15)GOLFSenior … more
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