Emma Frost has set the bar at a high level for area players to shoot for.
RUTLEDGE — Grainger baseball coach Jake Stiles knew early on the 2019 Grizzlies had a lot of talent. Of course that is easy for a coach to see when he is with a team for five years.
DANDRIDGE — The 2019 softball season will be one Hillary Love will never forget.
JEFFERSON CITY — Carson-Newman softball coach Michael Graves has announced the signings of 10 student-athletes for the 2020 season.
CULVER CITY, Calif. — For the fourth time this postseason, Carson-Newman junior outfielder Abby Fiessinger has been recognized as an All-American. Fast Pitch News is the latest organization to provide Fiessinger with postseason laurels.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — For the third time in four years, Carson-Newman has finished in the top 60 of the Learfield Director’s Cup. The Eagles registered 315 points to finish 57th among all Division II athletic departments.
JEFFERSON CITY — Former Carson-Newman soccer All-Americans Helen Seed and Lauren Wade have both signed professional contracts in Europe.
PENSACOLA, Fla. — The Tennessee Smokies defeated the Pensacola Blue Wahoos 4-3 on the back of Jared Young in the second extra-inning game in a row at Blue Wahoos Stadium on Thursday night.
KNOXVILLE — Former Tennessee running back Jabari Davis lives by the Vol For Life mantra every day.
A local fitness company, 10 Experience, will be offering an Athletic Skills Camp at their Five Rivers Crossfit location in Morristown on June 24-27.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A trio of Walters State baseball players were named to the 2019 NJCAA Division I Baseball All-American Teams earlier this week, the National Junior College Athletic Association announced Tuesday.
Tyson Jones earned the win in the circle and helped his cause with two home runs while Jon Grebenik and Tyler Gibson both went yard once as Murray’s Auto Repair topped the Ramrods 15-10 in the Morristown Parks and Recreation Men’s Adult Softball Quad Tournament at Jones-Hodge Field.
KODAK — Every pitcher that took the mound brought his best stuff, but it was the arms of the Tennessee Smokies that won the day. Scott Effross and Michael Rucker teamed up to shutout the Chattanooga Lookouts in a 1-0 Smokies victory Sunday in front of 2,988 fans at Smokies Stadium.
KNOXVILLE — University of Tennessee athletics director emeritus Joan Cronan and former graduate assistant Beth Bass were among seven women inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday night at the Tennessee Theatre.
When the Yankees grabbed a quick 1-0 lead in the top half of the first inning Friday night at McAmis-Sempkowski Field, the Marlins turned where they have all year long — to the top of their lineup.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Huntingdon College Director of Athletics Eric Levanda announced the hiring of Courtney Harville as the athletic department’s Director of Operations on Thursday.
Before helping the Marlins claim the Little League City Championship, Riley Short had already put on a show. Short, left, turned in possibly the best performance in the history of the event hosted by the Morristown Parks and Recreation Department, slugging numerous balls to the adjacent park…
Don’t look for Bryson Whaley to lose his composure, because not even walking home a run with the bases loaded and one out could make that happen.