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Grace Academy girls' soccer coach Gretchen Hammel focused most of her efforts Tuesday trying to implement some new strategies for her team.

As far as position changes are concerned, T.J. Parker couldn't have been put in a better spot before the 2013 football season.

Even with a limited cross country background, new Ooltewah coach Brian Hitchcox knows talent when he sees it.

If Friday night was a dress rehearsal for the Baylor football team, then coach Phil Massey has a lot to look forward to this season.

East Hamilton receiver and defensive back Martez Durrah is the No. 6-ranked college football prospect among area high school seniors.

McMinn County girls' soccer coach Brittany Hart likes to set the bar high in expectations for her team. That hasn't changed from her first day on the job in 2012 to now.

A five-day trip to the Bahamas produced three wins for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men's basketball team.

There will still be an arms race in District 5-AAA entering the 2014 football season. But the league's top four teams will be introducing new arms.

The TSSAA Board of Control voted unanimously Monday to approve a revamped football playoff system that will go into effect for the 2015-16 school year.

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