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Cherokee’s Trey Courtney was a wrecking crew for Volunteer’s planned victory party last Thursday night when the Chiefs stormed to a 48-27 win.
Furman is next on the schedule for the East Tennessee State football team, but the biggest focus for the Bucs is on themselves.
While we can look at the first half of the football season and say, “Here’s what we’ve learned,” it doesn’t mean there won’t be major changes ahead.
‘Training. Results. Fun. AMPLIFIED.’ That’s the mission statement for Kingsport’s golf AMPLIFIED — a modern indoor golf and event facility that features the latest technology available.
With another huge performance in his late-season surge, Brad Keselowski finished up front again — and he’s got NASCAR’s “Big 3” looking over their shoulders.
“I love the game and I’ve always enjoyed it. The fact that we still get to play competitive makes it all the more fun, too.”
Behind true freshman quarterback Tanner Bernard, Virginia-Wise piled up 625 offensive yards in a 35-20 MEC win over Concord on Saturday.
Dillon Hodge, a 15-year-old Sullivan South student, won Friday night’s special season-capping Late Model Stock feature at Kingsport Speedway.
Ty Chandler rushed for 158 yards, including an 81-yard touchdown, in Tennessee’s 24-0 trouncing of UTEP on Saturday.
Tennessee is distributing free game tickets to residents of North Carolina and South Carolina counties under evacuation orders due to Hurricane Florence.
South Greene quarterback Levi Myers threw for 225 yards and the Rebels scored 20 unanswered points to hand Sullivan North its first loss of the season, 34-27 on Friday night.
The Pioneers improved to a program-best 5-0 and 2-0 in Region 1-5A play with the victory over previously unbeaten Cocke County (3-1, 0-1).
South found itself in a 7-7 tie with two minutes left before halftime, but the Rebels (4-1, 2-0) dominated thereafter and won going away.
Ridgeview ended Union’s 21-game, regular-season winning streak with a 27-14 Mountain 7 District victory on Friday night in Clintwood.