The Chattanooga area produced six of the 20 all-state high school bowlers announced Tuesday by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association, including three-fifths of the boys' Division II choices: C.J. Petrin of Notre Dame and Andrew Haun and Jett Hieronymus of McCallie. The other area selections were Rhea County's Phillip Rogers in boys' Division I and Walker Valley's Natily Haro and Rhea's Baylee Shipley in girls' Division I. Haro and Shipley were seniors in the 2018-19 season, while Rogers and Hieronymus were juniors and Petrin and Haun were sophomores. The TSWA all-state selections recognized top-five TSSAA state-tournament finishes.
» The 26th season of Covenant College women's soccer — all with Mark Duble as head coach — is scheduled to include nine home matches on Lookout Mountain, with six of the nine in September. The schedule released Monday has 17 regular-season contests, beginning with out-of-conference visits to reigning Southern Athletic Association champion Centre on Aug. 30 and another SAA member, Sewanee, on Sept. 4. The Lady Scots will open at home on Sept. 7 at 1 p.m. against Salem and also host Birmingham-Southern on Sept. 10, Berry on Sept. 17 (after a Sept. 14 game at Belhaven), Emory on Sept. 24, Brevard in their USA South opener on Sept. 28 and Oglethorpe on Sept. 30. October home games are on the 16th against Maryville, the 19th against Agnes Scott and the 26th against Wesleyan (Georgia).
» Nicole Adam, the 17-year-old granddaughter of Red Bank residents Jim and Nancy Sims, opened with an even-par 70 Tuesday in the Girls Junior PGA Championship at Hartford, Connecticut. That had her tied for 27th place. Three shared the lead at 65 in the 144-player field that will be cut to the low 72 and ties after today's round. Adam lives in Pinehurst, North Carolina.