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A week after falling at home to Class 4A No. 8 Red Bank, Cleveland football got to have another go at an eighth-ranked team Friday night.  Down 3-0 to McMinn County in the final minutes of … more
The Lee University women’s soccer team kept its unbeaten streak alive Thursday evening, pushing it to 20 straight matches turning a scoreless tie at the midway point into a 4-1 win over visiting … more
The Bradley County Parks and Recreation Department is in need of umpires for its upcoming fall baseball league.  Working as a game official is a good way to help young people by being involved … more
High School Football Region 2-6A Team                                            … more
Second-year coach Callie Tabisz and her Lee volleyball team will face some of the best competition in NCAA D2 over the next two weekends. It began Friday (Aug. 26) in Charlotte, North Carolina, where … more
DAHLONEGA, Ga. — The Lee University men’s soccer team used a late first half goal and two more scores in the second half to shutout the University of North Georgia Thursday evening. The win gives … more
The Lee University women’s soccer team kept its unbeaten streak alive Thursday evening, pushing it to 20 straight matches turning a scoreless tie at the midway point into a 4-1 win over visiting … more
The Bradley Central golf team came out on top at Cleveland Country Club Thursday evening.  Taking on Cleveland and McMinn County, the Bears and Bearettes posted the day's top team scores, with a … more
Ocoee Middle School's football game against Rhea County came to an abrupt end Thursday.  A Rhea County student-athlete sustained an injury that resulted in the student being airlifted to … more
The Cleveland girls' soccer kept its undefeated start in check Thursday evening.  Hosting McMinn Central at the Greater Cleveland Soccer Complex, the Lady Raiders went up early and continued to … more
No one was surprised the top-ranked Cleveland volleyball squad had little trouble against local rival Walker Valley, but when an errant serve hit off the back of Lady Raider all-stater Kinslee … more
Friday, Aug. 26 FOOTBALL Walker Valley at Bradley Central, 7 McMinn County at Cleveland, 7:30 Polk County at Sequoyah, 7:30 SOFTBALL New Hope at Lake Forest (JV), 5 VOLLEYBALL Queens Invitational … more
PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Atlanta Braves are being careful with Kyle Wright, doing what they can to make sure their latest potential ace on a staff seemingly stuffed with them can keep the momentum … more
Thursday, Aug. 25 FOOTBALL Cleveland Middle at McMinn County 6:30, (JV, 5) Lake Forest at CCS, 7 (JV, 5) Rhea County at Ocoee Middle (at WVHS), 7 (JV, 5:30) CROSS COUNTRY Ocoee Middle at Cleveland … more
The last time the Herd galloped into Bear Stadium they smacked the state-ranked hosts in the mouth by scoring the game's first 21 points by midway of the second quarter. After getting stunned, the … more
The 2022 season did not get off to a desirable start for Cleveland football last week.  Five turnovers ultimately helped send the Blue Raiders to an 0-1 start with a 35-12 home loss to Class 4A … more
After a 4-0 shutout loss to Cleveland to open the season last week, it was Polk County girls soccer's turn to not give up a goal Tuesday evening.  Traveling to Bradley Central, the Lady Wildcats … more
Walker Valley girls soccer coach Austin Waddell wasn't particularly overjoyed with the final outcome against Boyd-Buchanan Tuesday, but he was very pleased with the way the Lady Mustangs stepped up … more
HIXSON - The Cleveland girls' soccer team had no shortage of offense on display Tuesday evening.  Traveling to Hixson, the Lady Raiders pulled off the shutout in a dominant 9-0 win.  With … more
Editor's note: Atlanta wrapped up its three-game series in Pittsburgh with a Wednesday afternoon game that was after press time. Full details are online at PITTSBURGH (AP) — Max … more
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