Chattanooga Christian high school principal and soccer coach Shawn Brower recently announced his resignation, effective at the end of the season.
• Hagen Wilkey, Red Bank: He pitched a 10-strikeout no-hitter as the Lions took a 10-0 District 6-AA baseball victory from East Ridge.
As area track and field athletes begin to hit their stride for a run at qualifying for the postseason, an impressive 21 of the previous top event times or distances were bettered at last week's Optimist Meet at Walker Valley High.
* Dakota Hooker, Sale Creek: He pitched a one-hitter and went 2-for-4 when the Panthers beat Arts & Sciences in baseball.
GPS has named Jennifer Williams as its new head basketball coach.
As coach Jason Lanham said, Monday was a good day to be a Trion Bulldog.
The GPS tennis team went to Nashville over the weekend and won the Patty Chadwell Invitational tournament.
• Marisa McCalla, Boyd-Buchanan: She had a double and scored three runs in the Lady Bucs' 7-6 District 5-A softball defeat of Silverdale Baptist.
• Hunter Brown, Grundy County: He pitched a two-hitter with nine strikeouts and scored two runs as the Yellow Jackets shut out Notre Dame in baseball, 5-0.
Three softball teams are hosting breast-cancer-awareness fundraisers in the Chattanooga area each of the next three days, beginning today with East Ridge hosting Signal Mountain at 5 p.m.
Because his Dalton High School tennis team practices every day on the windy courts at the school, coach David Hilley knows the Catamounts have at least one advantage when they play home matches.
Aside from the state meet, today's annual Optimist Track Meet is arguably the most prestigious track and field competition each year for area teams. It's also one of the oldest meets, and it's big in numbers.
Baylor's Noelle Winkles indicated she'd been a little disappointed in her bunting and slapping game lately, which isn't a good thing for someone batting in the No. 2 spot.
• Sloan Sullivan, Ooltewah: She was 4-for-4 with two doubles and three RBIs as the Lady Owls defeated Bradley Central 14-2 in a six-inning District 5-AAA softball game.
Heritage senior cross country standout Natalie Espinoza-Hensley recently signed to continue her running career at new area NAIA member Dalton State College.