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Former UTC standout and professional basketball player Johnny Taylor is returning to his hometown and will serve as a graduate assistant for the Mocs next season. Taylor will be introduced as the newest member of head coach Will Wade's staff Tuesday at McKenzie Arena.
Hixson resident and former McCallie School star Sean Ryan finished third in the 1500 freestyle Tuesday at Indianapolis in the United States trials for the swimming world championships.
Finley Stadium executive director Merrill Eckstein expects a $50,000 surplus for the 2013 fiscal year, which would be the third record surplus in as many years.
It was Gold for Silver in the Avista-NAIA Baseball World Series, which concluded Thursday night in Lewiston, Idaho, with top-seeded Faulkner University beating host Lewis-Clark State 11-4.
Stephan McCrory from Taylorsville, Ga., was a double winner Saturday night at the Brainerd Optimist Drag Strip. He won the $5,000 first-place money in the Super Pros' Reece Memorial, with 110 entries paid for by Jim Reece's stepson who owns Jim Reece Tir
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men’s basketball coach Will Wade has hired former Queens University of Charlotte head coach Wes Long as an assistant coach.
Former Baylor School runner James Strang from Signal Mountain was part of a monumental United States achievement Sunday in Poland.
Barely two months after accepting the offer to become South Pittsburg’s new football coach, Ricky Ross has informed school athletic director Vic Grider and Marion County schools superintendent Mark Griffith that he will no longer head the program.
Although having to drop "Golden Gloves" from the name in light of new restrictions about the national organization's brand, the Chattanooga Boxing Championships carried on Friday night with special attention to the event's history.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men's golf team is fifth at 290 after the first round Friday of the Furman Intercollegiate golf tournament at Greenville, S.C.