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Despite being crowned district champion a year ago, the Ooltewah High School football team had a nasty taste in its mouth from a loss to Cleveland late in the season. Those two teams, along with East Hamilton, each finished 5-1 in district play.

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Three, two and finally one.

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Christian Academy of Knoxville had the final degree of separation in the TSSAA Class AA volleyball state tournament.

The Signal Mountain football team seemed to forget there were four quarters. Visiting Greeneville was reminded repeatedly that there were two halves, and the Green Devils made the most of the second one in winning 31-10.

Jordan Johnson's impact on the field began a few minutes before kickoff.

The last time Rhea County's football team was unbeaten in late October, Cindi Lauper had the No. 1 song in the nation with "True Colors."

  • Oct. 25th, 2014  |
  • By By Greg Thompson

Coming out of a tough three-point loss to District 6-AA foe Hixson last week, Red Bank needed a win Friday at Howard to keep pace as the playoffs approach.

RINGGOLD, Ga. — Shannon Brooks and his 1,700 rushing yards dominated the pregame talk, but the Pickens County defense stole the show Friday night in a 23-0 Region 7-AAAA win at Heritage.

Soddy-Daisy honored its seniors and retiring half-century public-address announcer John Rawlston, but it was Bradley Central that was left celebrating after Friday's football game.

  • Oct. 25th, 2014  |
  • By By Idris Garcia

Considering her prowess playing goalkeeper for her club soccer team, everybody around the Grace Academy program was on board with freshman Rachel Beard playing the position when it became one of need during the 2014 season.

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