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GAINESVILLE, Ga. — The No. 10 Lee women’s golf team made history in more ways than on Thursday finishing fourth in the NCAA D-II national championship to qualify for match play for the first time … more
The Tennessee Community College Athletics Association recognized four Lady Cougars softball players who earned 2022 Second Team All-Conference honors.Lady Cougars sophomores Makala Strickland and … more
Lee softball catcher Sidney Lee was named the top catcher in the South Region by the D-II College Commissioner's Association and joined senior slugger Taylor De Adder on the National Fastpitch … more
Saturday, May 14 GOLF NCAA D2 Women's National Championship in Gainesville, Fla. Lee participating, TBA TRACK Lee Last Chance Meet, TBA  Monday, May … more
Hard work and determination has given another local athlete an opportunity to continue his athletic playing career.Bradley Central senior Jasper Flowers recently signed a National Letter of Intent to … more
Claiming their second District 5 softball championship in the last three seasons, Walker Valley finds a familiar foe coming to Larry Haney Field Monday for a  Region 3 semifinal battle."Coffee … more
After a thrilling District 5-4A Tournament, its time for a pair of Bradley County diamond teams to prepare for the next postseason step, coming up Monday.Both district champ Walker Valley and … more
Having a "family atmosphere" is something ball teams often cultivate, with players becoming "brothers" or "sisters" in their efforts to succeed.Sometimes teammates actually are siblings, but Bradley … more
The Cleveland State Cougars were knocked out of the TCCAA Region VII tournament Wednesday officially ending their baseball run with a 9-7 loss to Motlow State.Motlow out hit the Cougars 14 to 8 while … more
COLLEGE PARK, Ga. (AP) — Rookie Rhyne Howard scored 21 points, including five of Atlanta's 13 3-pointers, and the Dream held off the Los Angeles Sparks 77-75 on Wednesday night in their home … more
The Cleveland State Lady Cougars' tournament aspirations came to a halt Wednesday with a 4-3 loss to Walters State. more
Bradley Central wrapped up a strong soccer season with a tight one-goal defeat in the District 5-AAA semifinals earlier this week. more
Congratulations to Walker Valley multi-sport standout Aiden Gibson on being selected as the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The Carson-Newman baseball signee provided great versatility for the … more
With runs scored every inning by either Cleveland State or Chattanooga State, the Cougars came up short in the runs column, losing 12-9 at the TCCAA Region VII tournament on Tuesday.Outhitting the … more
Thursday, May 12 GOLF NCAA D2 Women's National Championship in Gainesville, Fla. Lee participating, TBA  TENNIS Region 3-AA Tournament, TBA Friday, May 13 GOLF Lee … more
OOLTEWAH — With two outs, two strikes, two runners on and one run in as a pall of dust hung over Jim Lovell Field in the bottom of the seventh inning, Walker Valley pitcher Hailey Leslie looked … more
OXFORD, Ala. — The Lee baseball team's mantra all year long has been "never say die." It was with that focus in mind that the Flames overcame an 8-1 deficit to fire past Shorter, 19-8, to capture … more
ATHENS — Doing a good imitation of "Rich Strike" winning the Kentucky Derby, the Mustangs of Walker Valley charged through the pack to capture their first District 5 baseball championship in 11 … more
OOLTEWAH — The Bradley Central Bearettes pounded out 18 hits and scored 15 runs to eliminate the Cleveland girls 15-8 in the District 5-4A loser’s bracket semifinal Monday at Ooltewah High … more
OOLTEWAH — Sierra Brown blasted a pair of monster shots over the center field wall to lead the Lady Mustangs to an 11-7 win over McMinn County in the District 5-4A winner’s bracket final late … more
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