The first day of RiverRocks competition this year includes the finale of another first.
MANCHESTER, Tenn. -- Scott Stevens is already looking forward to the Class A/AA state championship next year.
First- and second-round leader Maggie Scott of Charleston, Tenn., held off 2012 champion Jean Roise of Crossville to win her ninth Tennessee Women's Senior Amateur golf championship with a third-round 72 and a 54-hole total of 231 Wednesday at Ridgeway Country Club in Germantown.
Maggie Scott of Charleston is two-thirds of the way to her ninth Tennessee Women's Senior Amateur golf championship after finishing her second round with a first-place 159 at Ridgeway Country Club in Germantown, but 2012 runner-up Lynda Wymberly of Brentwood made up two strokes on her Tuesday and is one behind. Franklin's Gena Ridings is third at 163, and defending champion Jean Roise of Crossville is at 164 after a 77, the day's best round. Georgia McCravey of Chattanooga is fifth at 167 and Signal Mountain's Debbie Durham is seventh at 169, while Cleveland's Linda Mullins is tied for eighth at 170.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's golf team set a 36-hole record for the program in taking the first-day lead Monday at the 15-team Starmount Fall Classic at Greensboro, N.C.
As the RiverRocks festival continues to be shaped, featuring in its third year a collection of 10 varied adventure sports events, it has some proven posts to hold it up.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's basketball team is ranked No. 16 in the nation in the Lindy's Magazine preseason poll recently released.
CASHIERS, N.C. -- Tennessee Wesleyan College basketball and golf coach Mike Poe of Athens, Tenn., advanced to the round of 32 at the USGA Senior Amateur golf tournament Monday, and Chattanoogan Neil Spitalny will continue his first match-play round today.
ATLANTA — Henrik Stenson knows better than most players how it feels to go from the depths of a slump to the elite in golf.
Mason Sims got picked up by his own country this time, and it was a pick-me-up for the United States youth trout fishing team.
Led by top-10 individual finishes from Jordan Britt and Emily McLennan, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's golf team finished third Tuesday at Louisville's Cardinal Cup tournament.
Jordan Britt said she still feels like the 18-year-old who won the Class A/AA state championship at Signal Mountain High School in 2009.
The name of the old gospel song "Shall We Gather by the River" is what Tennessee River Rescue organizers hope will happen on Oct. 5.
Wichita State University freshman basketball player D.J. Bowles from Cleveland, Tenn., collapsed during a workout last Tuesday evening and was hospitalized most of the time since then.
ROCKY FACE, Ga. — University of Tennessee at Chattanooga golf coach Mark Guhne noticed something different Friday morning as he drove the Mocs from their hotel in Dalton to The Farm Golf Club.