Down a set and trailing late in the second one, Signal Mountain volleyball coach Jennifer Redman asked her players a simple question Thursday during a timeout.
McCallie's cross country team had yet to run a meet against area competition all season long, instead choosing to go to national-level events to face top-caliber competition. Thursday afternoon in the Front Runner Championships, they showed the area how good they could be.
Sloan Sullivan hosted a party at her family’s house before Ooltewah played Stone Memorial in the first of Monday’s Region 3-AAA high school volleyball semifinals. Then the Lady Owls basically continued the party on their home court.
Boyd-Buchanan quarterback Jim Cardwell has added another talent to his repertoire. In addition to punting, passing, kicking, running and tackling, the Buccaneers senior can now be called snake-handler.
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Ooltewah was again the top-seeded team in the District 5-AAA high school volleyball tournament. But unlike last year, the Lady Owls arrived there in a different fashion -- a much more dominant fashion.
It was a special night for everything involved with Central High School Friday night with one small exception: a little something called a football game.
Not much Thursday at Red Bank rivaled the comeback the host team made in the fourth set of the District 6-AA high school volleyball championship match -- except maybe the way Central responded to it.
NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH (4-2) at POLK COUNTY WILDCATS (5-1)
Central High School's inaugural athletic Hall of Fame event is scheduled for this evening at the Harrison school.
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Baylor: George Porter added three more scores to his touchdown total and rushed for 183 yards in his last regular-season game against rival McCallie.
Coaches of the top four seeded teams in the District 6-AA high school volleyball tournament basically said the same thing this past week when asked about the tournament.
Both the Tyner Rams and Central Purple Pounders came into Friday night's District 6-AA battle at a crossroads in their respective seasons.