GREENEVILLE — The weather slowed down the pace of the game after halftime, but two goals in the final 16 minutes Saturday afternoon propelled Greeneville High School to its third straight Class A/AA state soccer tournament.
Webb School of Knoxville led by a goal at the half, but Spartans coach Seth Harbin had an uneasy feeling Saturday afternoon in the Division II-A state soccer quarterfinals against visiting University School of Jackson.
All the Farragut High School soccer team needed for motivation Saturday was to check a result from earlier in the season.
The rain was sporadic Saturday afternoon during the Christian Academy of Knoxville boys’ soccer game against visiting University School of Johnson City, but the Warrior scoring was quite steady.
Results from Friday, May 17, prep events
Wil Crowe picked a pretty opportune time to pitch another no-hitter.
The Oliver Springs High School softball team didn’t get to properly celebrate its historical achievement Friday.
Coverage of Division 2 regional meet at MUS.
SEYMOUR — Seymour High School pitcher Carly Lewis has had a season to remember. Friday night after powering the Lady Eagles to a 4-0 win over Farragut in the Class AAA state sectional, Lewis has the chance to end her year with a state title as well.
Admirals reach state tournament
Memphis University School plays in state lacrosse semifinals at 7:30 pm. Owls are going for third consecutive crown.
Any team knows big hitters, strong pitching and unshaken confidence will win games, but for Maryville High School, it was all about the cheers and chants.
White Station junior forward Leron Black, a one-time Baylor commitment, said he is considering the Bears along with Illinois, Ohio State, Florida, UCLA, and UConn.
White Station football coach Devin Rutherford steps down.
The White Station soccer team threw everything it could at host Houston in Thursday’s Region 8-AAA championship game. But the Mustangs were able to do what they usually do this time of the year.
State track bids are on the line at Crump Stadium.
Most of you have probably heard the NCAA slogan that says, “There are over 400,000 student-athletes, and most of us will go pro in something other than sports.”