The Internet has become another tool for baseball coaches in their battle with the weather, joining field tarps, strategically placed French drains and mule mix.
Coaches don't always welcome letters from the TSSAA, but the one Red Bank track coach Hugh Enicks got recently has opened the door for some unexpected help.
Some of his gray hair may have gone white last weekend, but if drama is what it takes to get the job done, Chattanooga Christian basebal
* Allison Meadows, Silverdale Baptist Academy: She went 2-for-2 with a triple and scored twice as the Lady Seahawks edged Grace Academy 7-6 in the Lady Wildcats March Madness softball tournament at Hixson. It was Silverdale's first win over District 5-A rival Grace in the varsity program's eight-year history.
The rain that washed away Monday's high school sports schedule is playing havoc with the rest of the week as well, at least in baseball. There are three tournaments scheduled this weekend: McMinn Central's Cure for Cancer Classic, South Pit
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — The outcome of Bradley Central's Class AAA state quarterfinal girls' basketball game against Science Hill came down to some little things the Bearettes needed to do better, as well as one big thing — shoot — that they needed to do a lot better.
Ever since he took over as the Bradley Central girls' basketball coach three seasons ago, Jason Reuter has applied a "next person up" approach with the team.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The score at the end of the first quarter didn't reflect Siegel boys' basketball coach Ben Dotson's two-word comment after Monday's TSSAA Class AAA state sectional at Bradley Central. But the final score did.
Class A Sectionals Clarkrange (17-16) vs. Boyd-Buchanan (25-7) at Chattanooga State Clarkrange coach: Rodney Pile
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Bradley Central's third-ranked girls' can only hope their 55-46 victory over fourth-ranked Blackman on Saturday in a TSSAA Class AAA sectional at Bradley Central doesn't turn out to be a bittersweet one.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Bryce Copeland probably never held his girlfriend as tightly as he did the Region 3-AAA championship plaque Thursday night.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — By now Bradley Central's four junior starters must feel like the Region 3-AAA championship is part of their birthright. The Bearettes have owned the region title all three seasons those girls, as well as the four junior reserves, have been on the varsity high school basketball team.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Forget one if by land, two if by sea. Bradley Central shot down its crosstown rival by using the 3.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — After stumbling at the start, the Bradley Central girls' basketball team hit its stride late in the first quarter Monday night and continued pulling away from McMinn County.
Heading into the Region 3-AAA tournament, the Bradley Central girls' basketball players will have to succeed more on their decision-making and shooting and less on their size.