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As the Jellico-Oliver Springs high school baseball game got ready to start on Monday, there were two sets of middle school teams nearby at Indian Mountain State Park in Jellico.
A consistent drizzle resulted in a muddy high school softball game between county rivals Campbell County and Jellico on March 19 at Campbell County High School.
Campbell County lost two well-known business and civic leaders — Fred Cain, Jr. and Mike Leach — over the course of the past week.
The Campbell County Middle School baseball team had its inaugural season in 2010.
Four seventh graders on that team were Brandon Miller, Ben Bostic, Andrew Evans and Tate McGhee.
Three teams with local players won championships at the Border War TipOff 2015 AAU basketball tournament this past weekend, while three other teams with local ties took second place.
Oliver Springs jumped out to a 7-0 lead after the first half-inning against the Jellico baseball team Monday, and it was a tough deficit to overcome for the Blue Devils.
OLIVER SPRINGS — Weather in not only Roane County, but the surrounding areas has put a damper on the start of baseball and softball seasons.
The Jellico High School tennis team picked up its first overall team win on Tuesday against Claiborne County, according to the team’s head coach Angela Musick.
MARYVILLE — Losing seems to carry an extra sting when it comes at a close margin.
POWELL — The Powell Panthers picked up a 10-0 victory over the Campbell County baseball team Tuesday night in five innings.
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