Today's Sports

  • CCHS junior finishes 5th in...

    Campbell County High School junior Kristin Chapman kicked off her weeklong state championship quest Monday with a 5th place finish in the Class AAA pentathlon at Middle Tennessee State University.

  • Cougars moving on without head...

    Less than a week after the abrupt resignation of their head coach, members of the Campbell County High School football team donned helmets and shoulder pads for spring football practice.

    The Cougars kicked off spring drills Monday afternoon at the CCHS practice field. Upwards of 50 players dressed out for the opening day of practice, and that doesn’t include incoming freshman that aren’t eligible to participate until this school year is over.

  • Baird commits to play college...

    Maryville College Men’s Golf Coach Ron Waters is pleased to announce that Logan Baird of Campbell County High School has committed to continue his education and golf career at Maryville College. Baird was team captain of the 2011 boys’ golf team at Campbell County High School, where he played under coaches Jeremy Cox and Bobby Heatherly. Baird was also a regular competitor on the Tennessee Golf Association Junior Tour as well as other Junior Golf tours in Tennessee.

  • Blue Devils land two players on...

    Jellico High School baseball players Michael Smith and Jasper Budd were named to the All-District 4-A Team this year by the league coaches.

    Brett Robinson of district champion Wartburg was selected player of the year, while his coach — Terry Coker — was chosen coach of the year.

    Other superlatives included:

    •Slugger of the Year — Matt Tinker, Oliver Springs

    •Pitcher of the Year — Carey Gann, Oliver Springs

    •Gold Glove — Ryan Powers, Oakdale


  • Dixie Wildcats are Tri City...

     The Dixie Wildcats recently won the Tri City Basketball Tournament championship. From left to right: (front row) — Garrett Medley, Bryson Horton, Jacob Finstad, Macy Caldwell; (back row) — Cora Browning, Jack Leach, Matthew Malicote, Sarah Sharp, Rusty Robards, coach Jacob Finstad; (not pictured, assistant coach Brad Sharp).

  • Golf tournament is a huge success

     It was chilly and damp, but the golf was hot at the inaugural tournament sponsored by The Shepherd’s Home.

    First place honors went to Grace Rehabilitation Team No. 2, which finished with a blistering 16-under-par. Team members Matthew Chambers, Brent Carroll, Riley Hunley and Ryan Turpin put on a putting clinic to burn up The Greens at Deerfield.

  • Raptors win Lake City Tournament

  • LMS golfers enjoy success in 2011

    The LaFollette Owls had a successful year in middle school golf. The boys’ team was district runner-up and finished 4th in the regional tournament at The Greens at Deerfield. Weston Sharp qualified for the state tournament at Niota, where he shot a 93. Members of the LMS girls’ team qualified individually for regional play. Pictured below, from left to right, are members of the LMS boys’ team: Derrick Marlow, Hunter Lawson (the only 8th grader on the team), Sharp, Andrew Prim, Austin Phillips.

  • CCHS tennis finishes up in...

     Campbell County High School’s tennis teams wrapped up their season May 7 in the District 3-AAA Tournament at Oak Ridge.

    Lady Cougars senior Lindsey Sharp defeated her No. 1 singles opponent from Oak Ridge, 7-5, 5-7, 6-1, in an opening round upset. Sharp advanced to the quarterfinal round, where she was eliminated by her opponent from Knox Halls.