Gene Henley (Reporter)
Gene has been with the Times Free Press since July 2008. Prior to that, he spent three years covering sports for the Cleveland Daily Banner. He now covers UTC athletics, focusing on football and basketball. Gene spent three years playing college basketball, then played a year of semi-professional before starting with the Cleveland Daily Banner in 2005. His passion is basketball, but he loves all sports of all kinds. He does consider himself a fan of the Bulls (NBA), 49ers (NFL) and Cubs (MLB) at the professional level. Gene lives in Cleveland and has a 12-year old son, Judah.
Former Georgia lineman Chris Barnes announced this weekend that he intends to transfer to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga...
For the Chattanooga Football Club, Saturday provided the draw that felt a lot more like a loss.
Richard Northcutt took a moment to compose his thoughts.
Lauren Carelli finally got her state doubles title. So did Lilly Mooney.
A long week came to a solid conclusion for the Signal Mountain tennis team Friday.
Tasked with his first major coaching decision since taking over as University of Tennessee at Chattanooga vice chancellor and athletic...
The culmination of Patrick Urey's high school sports career could not have been scripted any better.
Thursday was a really good day for Gordon and Ginger Williams.
On the girls' side of the private school tennis individual state tournament, Thursday was more of the domination that has...
Catherine Trombley persevered Wednesday.
A game of inches.
As he was walking off the field Wednesday night at the Richard Siegel Soccer Complex, McCallie's Jonah Bryan yelled: "It's...
There were few scoring opportunities in the Class A state semifinals Wednesday at the Richard Siegel Soccer Complex, but Signal...
Coach Kevin Donovan didn't need many words to describe the impact of the Baylor boys' loss in the TSSAA Division...
The Baylor girls' tennis team earned its eighth consecutive Division II-AA state championship on Wednesday.
Signal Mountain's girls defeated L&M Stem 4-2 to claim their first-ever state championship.
Even in a new classification, the Chattanooga Christian School girls' tennis team had one goal this season — to compete...
Tuesday was a nice time for a win for the Baylor boys' tennis program, and it came from a lineup...
Jack Combs enjoys taking free kicks.
The Arts & Sciences boys' soccer team has come a long way in one season.