Shane Turner had high hopes when he assumed the head-coaching duties for Red Bank's wrestling program.
Brother Martin wrestlers loaded the bus around 8 p.m. Saturday, but most would agree that enduring the eight-hour ride home was worth it.
The Chattanooga area is well represented in all classifications of this year’s Tennessee Sports Writers Association all-state football teams.
The last Friday of Tennessee's high school football regular season has numerous coaches changing their postgame rituals.
Storyline: The District 7-AA championship is on the line. Signal can take it with a win while Sequatchie would need to win and Grundy County beat Notre Dame to get it.
They call Blake Cates "water-boy."
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Storyline: This is playoff preparation between two ranked teams in different districts, but the same postseason Class 5A grouping.
How many more years are non-scholarship private schools that are in Tennessee's Division I with public schools going to stay, or be allowed to stay?
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Storyline: The teams have three common opponents — each beat Pope John Paul II and McCallie and lost to Montgomery Bell Academy.
It's a whisper for the moment, but the Whitwell football team is close to a playoff appearance.
Cody Ingrassia and the McHone brothers, senior Dusty and sophomore Clay, had been sharing the rushing load for Whitwell.
Boyd-Buchanan quarterback Jim Cardwell has added another talent to his repertoire. In addition to punting, passing, kicking, running and tackling, the Buccaneers senior can now be called snake-handler.