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Today's Sports

  • JMS star hurt during loss at...

    Jacksboro Middle School lost more than a game Thursday night while playing football at Lenoir City.
    The Eagles lost star running back Trey Torres, who broke his right arm during the third quarter of a 32-12 defeat. Jacksboro (2-2 district, 4-2 overall) spotted the home team a 12-0 lead.
    Lenoir City returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown and scored again after the Eagles fumbled on their initial possession.

  • Contest is now underway for free...

    Young people between the ages of 10-15, who are hunter safety certified and who have never harvested a deer, are eligible to win a special hunt for the opening day of the Tennessee Young Sportsman Deer Hunt on Saturday, Oct. 30.

  • Most fishing on Norris is slow,...

    The following is a weekly summary of the fishing conditions on Norris Lake as reported by creel clerks from the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA).
    The fall drawdown continues. The lake level on Tuesday, Sept. 28 was 1,008.44 feet, which is a foot lower than it was the previous week. On the lower end of the lake, surface temperatures range from 79 to 81 degrees on the main channel. The lake is clear, with as much as eight feet of visibility at some locations on the lower end. High boat traffic may temporarily muddy the water where the shoreline is clay.

  • Tennessee Wildife Resources...

    Fishing items discussed
    at commission meeting

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission (TWRC) heard several fishing-related items, including an update on Tennessee’s statewide trout fishing programs, during business conducted at its September meeting in Crossville.

  • Jellico Lady Devils net regular...

    Halfway to the school-record mark of 16 wins they set a year ago, members of the Jellico High School volleyball team celebrated their second consecutive District 4-A regular season championship Thursday night.
    The Lady Blue Devils (4-0 district, 8-5 overall) clinched the title with a 25-9, 25-14 victory over visiting Wartburg.
    Jellico has its sights set on returning to the substate round this year with a chance of qualifying for the state tournament. Last year, the Lady Blue Devils made their first substate appearance in school history.

  • Cougars let Clinton slip away...

    Campbell County High School football players and coaches will, no doubt, look back on Friday night’s homecoming game against District 3 rival Clinton as one they let slip through their fingers.
    The Cougars, who outgained the Dragons 329 to 313 in total offense, matched or exceeded their opponents everywhere except on the scoreboard, where Clinton won, 34-21.
    “We had opportunities, there’s no doubt about that,” said Campbell County coach Dewayne Wells.

  • Jellico snaps homecoming drought

    Seven years since their last football homecoming victory, the Jellico Elementary School Blue Devils celebrated Thursday night’s 42-34 win over Robbins with a little more gusto.
    It was also Jellico’s first district victory in several years.
    Five different players scored touchdowns for the Blue Devils (1-2 district, 2-3 overall) who led by only 20-12 at halftime.
    “We had some problems tackling in the first half, but we made some adjustments at halftime and corrected that,” said Jellico coach Les Stiers.

  • Lady Cougars hungry for more...

    With nine matches left to play, it’s a good bet that the Campbell County High School varsity volleyball team will meet or surpass last year’s win total of four.
    The Lady Cougars have a 3-16 overall record after beating Wartburg earlier this week.
    “We’re creeping up on our first district win. We’ve just got to be able to close a match out,” said Campbell County coach David Seals.
    Campbell County took Knox Halls to the wire Thursday night, scoring 18, 20 and 21 points in three games.

  • Tennessee Wildife Resources...

    Deer season for archers
    set to open on Saturday
    Deer season for archers will open statewide in Tennessee on Saturday, Sept. 25. Dates in all deer hunting units are the same again this year.: Sept. 25-Oct. 29, Nov. 1-5 and Dec. 6-17.
    The antlerless deer bag limit for each unit is: Unit A (4), Unit B (2) and Unit L (3 per day). The antlered deer bag limit is a total of three for the year.

  • Cove Lake hosts meet for...

    Campbell County elementary and middle school cross-country runners did well during last week’s home meet at Cove Lake State Park.
    In the elementary boy’s division, Blake Kibler placed 3rd overall with a time of 7:57, followed by Eric Phillips, 7th (8:03), Jared Bane, 9th (8:06), Timmy Zupancic, 25th (8:39) and Riley Faulkner, 26th (8:41).
    Others competing were Nick Phillips, Ty Seiber, Ethan Cox and Connor Baird.