Ben Kirk of Soddy-Daisy High School's varisty boys cross country team collapses on the ground trying to drink water just after finishing the Front Runner City Cross Country Championships at Baylor School on Monday. Simon Holden of Baylor School took first place in the Boys Varsity Race and Hayley Ward of McMinn County High School took first place for the Girls Varsity race.
A rower passes underneath the P.R. Olgiati Bridge on Saturday morning. More than 1200 competitors in 35 teams from nine states competed in the Chattanooga Head Race on Saturday, according to Regatta Director Mike Connors. Connors said Saturday's event, which is in its 19th year, was the largest yet. The race's course began and ended at Ross's Landing and stretched up the Tennessee River.
Signal Mountain's Tim McClendon, center, smiles as players Cole Green, left, and Caden Thomas crowd in for a hug as seniors are recognized before the game against Chattanooga Christian Thursday at Signal Mountain High School. The TSSAA ruled McClendon ineligible to play, and players surrounded him on the field to show their support for him.
Dawn Skowronnek shaves the head of Chattanooga Football Club player Tom Webster during half time on Saturday. The Chattanooga Football Club played against the Atlanta Silverback Reserves at Finley Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
McCallie's Drake Rustand, left, playing for Tennessee and Dalton's Luis Hernandez, right, and Southeast Whitfield's Noel Pimentel, back, playing for Georgia, head the ball in the game Saturday at Finley Stadium.
With people in three golf carts watching Jimmy White III (CQ) chips onto the green of the 16th hole Sunday on his way to a win in the final round of the Chattanooga Men's Metro Championship at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club.