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RUTLEDGE — In rural areas across the United States, the local school is the focus of attention, a source of pride that residents point to as the centerpiece of their community. That is especially true for high schools in the South where the biggest event in town takes place on Friday nights …

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JEFFERSON CITY — Carson-Newman baseball coach Tom Griffin solidified his 2020 coaching staff Friday morning adding Pat Brown as the pitching coach with John Topoleski and Drew Korzybski joining as assistants for the upcoming season.

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GREENEVILLE — A late-inning surge put the Greeneville Reds over the top Friday night at Pioneer Park. The Reds scored two runs in the bottom of the eighth to take a 4-2 victory over the Elizabethton Twins in front of 2,906 fans.

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — In a pitching duel, the Tennessee Smokies (43-53, 10-17) overcame a ninth inning deficit against the Birmingham Barons (41-52, 14-10) to escape with a 2-1 win from Regions field on Thursday night.

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JOHNSON CITY — East Tennessee State University men’s basketball coach Steve Forbes announced Wednesday that 6-foot-5 guard Ledarrius Brewer has transferred to ETSU from Southeast Missouri State. Due to NCAA transfer rules, Brewer will have to sit out the 2019-20 season and will have two year…

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KODAK — There were no fireworks after the game, but fans still got a late-inning show as the benches cleared in the top of the ninth after a hit batsman. Two players were ejected, but no punches thrown in a 8-3 Mobile BayBears victory over the Tennessee Smokies in front of 3,106 fans at Smok…

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KODAK — Five errors helped the Tennessee Smokies put away the Mobile BayBears early, and their bullpen, called into early service, stifled any chance of a comeback. The Smokies gave up just two hits as a staff in a 6-1 victory over Mobile in front of 4,997 fans at Smokies Stadium Sunday.