Ron Bush (Reporter, Photographer)
Deputy Sports Editor Ron Bush is a Chattanooga native and University of Tennessee at Chattanooga graduate who began working in the sports department of the News-Free Press in November 1979. Among his many duties since then were four years as the afternoon paper's beat writer for the UTC men's basketball team. He became a sports copy editor in 1994 but has continued to write stories on a variety of sports subjects. He is in the Greater Chattanooga Area Sports Hall of Fame.
Chattanooga State softball coach Blythe Golden knows St. George, Utah.
The Tennessee Wesleyan baseball team is 27-6 after winning 5-1 and 6-3 Wednesday at Cumberland (20-12).
The usual excitement of the start of a baseball season has extra oomph this week for the Chattanooga State Tigers,...
Led by defensive player of the year Isaiah Mack, nine University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football players were named All-Southern...
Lee's Lady Flames are going to the NCAA Division II semifinals in Pittsburgh.
Zacori Hill of Boyd Buchanan and Hannah Holland of Sale Creek will be teammates at the next level.
Lilly Smith had no high school running career, which makes her sensational Covenant College career even more remarkable.
Paul Hough won the Chickamauga Battlefield Marathon in 1987. He was in the military, stationed at the time in Hampton,...
East Ridge High School is going back in its history to try to move forward in softball.
This is homecoming weekend at Covenant College, and it's an extra special one for women's soccer coach Mark Duble.
Swimming more than 13 hours straight in chilling water with strong, changing currents and hordes of the world's largest jellyfish...
In Travis Rundle's first season as Sewanee's football coach last year, the Tigers went 3-7, but the previous three years...
Travis Rundle has a lot of reasons to expect the progress to continue with his Sewanee football Tigers this season.
A weekend tournament in Alabama will put Lady Tigers volleyball in motion.
The Thompsons added to their recent anniversary celebration by being fastest in their fields.
In a summer he called "up and down" for his golf game, Sport Allmond began August with a definite high.
Lucas Plesky and Hayley Carter won handily as the open singles No. 1 seeds in the finals Sunday of the...
The Sports, Arts and Recreation of Chattanooga organization is ending its longstanding and popular Third Saturday in July tradition, but...
Even though golf is her job, Colette Murray doesn't get to play it much.
Three people left the Manker Patten Tennis Club on Sunday with singles and doubles titles in the Tennessee Valley Open...