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  • Decathlon, Pentathlon gives...



    JOHNSON CITY - The 2013 decathlon and pentathlon wasn’t an average year for Campbell County High School track team.

    Three sophomores and one freshman joined the ranks with senior Brandon Long to participate in the two-day event held at Science Hill High School.

    For the team, it’s thrilling to have so many young athletes participating.

  • Angler of the year becoming...



    Going into the final tournament of the season, two boats are separated by only two points.

    Next week’s tournament, should it end the same as this past weekend’s, the two teams will go away in a deadlock tie for first place.

  • Sports News 5-02-13

    May 2

    Jellico Middle School Baseball

    The Jellico Middle School baseball team will host Williamsburg at home. The game is scheduled for 5 p.m.


    Jellico High Softball

    The Jellico High School Softball team will host Lynn Camp for their final regular season game of the year. Varsity is scheduled to begin at 5:30, as they junior varsity will play directly after.


    Campbell County Baseball

  • Sports News 4-25-13

    April 25

    Campbell County Tennis

    The Campbell County High School tennis team will host Central High School on Thursday. The home match is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.


    Jellico Middle School Baseball

    The Jellico Middle School baseball team will travel to Whitley County, Ky. The teams will face off at 5 p.m.


    Campbell County Baseball

  • Revealing of the rivals


    “You’re killin’ me, Smalls!”

    The famous quote by “The Sandlot” character, Hamilton “Ham” Porter, fit the evening on Saturday for the Jellico middle school baseball squad.

    Nathan “Smalls” Johnson hurled a bomb from just inside right field, throwing Isaac Mitchell out at home plate. Catcher Max Farris made the tag, as Mitchell was trying to extend his triple into an inside-the-park home run.

  • King of the hill


    Hunter Scott is certainly making a name for himself on the mound for the Campbell County Cougars.

    The Louisiana native currently holds a 0.53 ERA through 26 innings pitched. He holds a 2-2 record as Campbell County’s starting pitcher.

    On Monday night, Scott only allowed tossed in six strikeouts in only five innings of play.

  • Ward signs with Johnson...


    Campbell County senior Niki Ward is living out a dream.

    On Monday evening, the Lady Cougar point guard signed her intent to play with Johnson University in Knoxville.

    “I don’t have the words for it,” Ward said of the day. “I’m excited. I was given many, many different signs that showed me that this is where I needed to be.”

  • Column: Who's on first?

     It could only be described as one of the greatest skits of all time.

    “Well, then who’s on first?”


    “I mean the fellow’s name.”


    “The guy on first.”


    “The first baseman.”


    “The guy playing…”

    “Who is on first!”

    “What are you askin’ me for?”

  • Sports News 4-11-13

    Thursday, April 11:

    Campbell County Tennis

    The Campbell County High School girls tennis team will travel to Powell High School. The girl’s match is slated to begin at 4:30 p.m.


    Jellico High Softball

    The Jellico High School softball team will travel to Cumberland Gap for a non-district showdown. The varsity squad will begin at 5 p.m.


    Campbell County Baseball

  • Battlin' Blue Devils


    A swing. A miss. A celebration.

    That’s the way the hard-fought battle ended on Tuesday night, as the Jellico Blue Devils took a close one from the Oliver Springs Bobcats, 10-9.

    The two teams battled all the way through, producing three ties and three different lead changes.

    However, Jellico proved its battling spirit, as Austin Bowlin struck out the final two batters to walk away with the win.

    For Bowlin, the Blue Devil fight comes from one thing.