It was a banner year for high school sports in northwestern Georgia, and the finalists for this year's Scrappy Moore Coach of the Year award reflect that area's success.
Like long sideburns and muscle cars, multisport athletes produce golden memories.
The eyes of Tennessee's high school sports rules makers are on Texas.
The Tennessee boys' soccer team missed out on a number of opportunities in the first half of their all-star match against recent Georgia high school graduates Saturday.
Four of the six finalists for the Scrappy Moore Female Athlete of the Year award excelled in more than one sport and the two that didn't dominated their chosen sport.
After a long and sometimes frustrating search, North Jackson High School has found its new football coach.
In a move to help high school football players around the state get acclimated to the heat before full-contact practice begins, the TSSAA Board of Control has approved a recommendation to move up the date of the first day football teams can practice in helmets and shoulder pads by one week.
Former Bradley Central wide receiver James Stovall picked the United States Naval Academy over the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga as a senior in high school.
When he committed to play baseball for Middle Tennessee State University, Reid Clements became the first male athlete from Silverdale Baptist Academy to receive and accept an NCAA Division I scholarship offer.
Twelve local players were selected to the Tennessee coaches' all-state boys' soccer teams announced Thursday.