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David Uchiyama

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Players doused Notre Dame football coach Charles Fant with the contents of an ice bucket Thursday night.

A few signs along Interstate 24 and Highway 72 in Marion County need to be updated.

Hannah Henry doesn't have a favorite NFL team, but she'll be watching the games on television today.

Jordan Johnson's impact on the field began a few minutes before kickoff.

Sofia Olenchek has been marking off bucket-list accomplishments that senior soccer players rarely scratch off. On Tuesday, the Notre Dame junior soccer player recorded a hat trick.

Sofia Olenchek has recorded a hat trick or two in her Notre Dame soccer career.

Heritage took another step in the process of building a football program.

Senior Courtney Stamper is too big and strong to play quarterback because his skills could be used at other positions on an every-down position.

Coach Mandi Munn couldn't remember the final point.

Chattanoogans Mike Jenkins and Hunt Gilliland will reprise their 2013 roles as captains in the Tennessee Challenge Cup Matches this Saturday and Sunday at Stonehenge Golf Club at Fairfield Glade near Crossville

One tradition continued Tuesday at Red Bank, and another may have started.

Red Bank changed its starting quarterback back to Caleb Tate because the Lions had two weeks to prepare for the game.

Chattanooga Christian simply struggles with Signal Mountain in volleyball.

MANCHESTER, Tenn. -- The scoring tent flipped over and hats flew off heads all day during the Division II-AA state golf tournament at Willowbrook Golf Course.

The dreams of playing on the PGA Tour resume this week for several Chattanooga-based golfers who are headed to the first round of Web.com Tour Qualifying School today in Johns Creek, Ga.

The Baylor School boys' golf team blundered a bit in the wet conditions.

Oliver Simonsen and Katherine Holmes know the tradition associated with Baylor golf and state championships. They know the school wins them.

Hufstetler completes TPC Senior Slam

Johnson wins TPC regular division against fellow high schooler

There's something about championships that bring out emotion in athletes.

Gilmer County dominated Ridgeland.

Dylan Lillard hated his first round of the Class AAA state tournament on Tuesday.

It takes skill, luck and success to earn an invitation to the Chattanooga TPC Finals.

Rheagan Hall had a flashback on the first tee Tuesday.

Kip Henley is quite a character.

Cleveland High School golfers Heidi Barringer and Rheagan Hall have been rooting for each all year long.

Baylor won -- twice.

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga secondary had another impressive evening at home.

Junior Daniel Dotson had an uneasy week at practice.

MANCHESTER, Tenn. -- The team captain sat at the head of the table, as she should.

MANCHESTER, Tenn. — The Signal Mountain girls golf team won the Class A/AA state championship this afternoon at Willowbrook Golf Course.

The Public Works Department in Signal Mountain had better prepare.

Chattanooga Christian seniors Lake Johnson and Scott Stevens have competed as individuals and recorded some of the best golf scores in the area over the last two years.

Dylan Lillard could be a little lonely next week during the Class AAA state golf tournament.

The three minutes that ticked off the clock took much longer in real life and seemed even longer to Central's Purple Pounders.

Luke List checked some scores of the U.S. Amateur played at the Atlanta Athletic Club. He watched some live action and some highlights as well.

Signal Mountain was stellar again.

Heidi Barringer played 21 holes of golf during the District 5-AAA golf tournament at the Bear Trace at Harrison Bay.

The feeling, the mood, the tone, the pace, the attitude isn't quite the same at practice.

  • Sept. 15th, 2014  |
  • By Staff Writer

It would be almost impossible for McCallie running back Alex Trotter to have a similar game to last weekend.

  • Sept. 13th, 2014  |
  • By Staff Writer

Boyd-Buchanan School can start planning another parade.

Luke List, who played on the PGA Tour, prepped at Baylor School and played college golf at Vanderbilt, is hosting a charity tournament on Monday at WindStone Golf Club.

Trent Mansfield and Madison Balthrop are getting to know the Bear Trace at Harrison Bay rather well.

McDonald returns to local roots for USC victory at CCC

Schniederjans wins medalist, Mocs place 10th in Masters of College Golf

ROCKY FACE, Ga. — Bill McDonald has a special designation for legendary Dalton Golf and Country Club head profession Lowell Fritz in his cell phone contacts his.

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga sophomore cornerback Dee Virgin spent much of the night Saturday covering a Jacksonville State defender one-on-one.

ROCKY FACE, Ga. — Matt Dyas and Ollie Schniederjans were close friends until Dyas died in a motorcycle accident almost three years ago.

ROCKY FACE, Ga. — Andrew Weathers remembers walking The Farm Golf Club and watching the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga play in the Carpet Capital Collegiate tournament during his high school years.

CHICKAMAUGA, Ga. — This Walker County rivalry had all the elements of what makes it great: good football, a little excitement and some extra-curricular activities.

CCS golfers share 2nd serious title, Best of Preps City Championship at the Bear Trace at Harrison Bay

Katherine Holmes earns medalist by 1, helps Lady Raiders win by 1

Chattanooga Christian seniors Lake Johnson and Scott Stevens are almost inseparable.

The playoffs are next for Tennessee high school golf teams.

Ryan Greer had one runner-up finish in a Tennessee Golf Association event on his playing resume. He now has a win.

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