It took 36 years for the passing touchdowns record to fall at Morristown East, but in the final game of the 2019 season, Hurricanes quarterback Cole Henson surpassed it. Henson led the Hurricanes in a second-half surge that had them knocking on the door in the Class 5A playoffs and set a new…
When Collin Trent wasn’t celebrating touchdowns in the end zone, he was showing up in the Player of the Week nominees in the Citizen Tribune virtually every Sunday. Trent, after missing all of last season with a torn ACL, returned with a vengeance in 2019, leading Cherokee High School to a 6…
JEFFERSON CITY — Carson-Newman celebrated in a big way Saturday afternoon at Burke-Tarr Stadium as the Eagles punched their ticket to the NCAA Division II Playoffs with a dominating 49-13 victory over rival Tusculum.
It was an offensive showcase on Saturday afternoon at ‘Z’ Buda Gymnasium for the Walters State women’s basketball team against Columbia State.
JOHNSON CITY — East Tennessee State had one last opportunity to pick up a Southern Conference win on Saturday as the Buccaneers looked to send their 21 seniors out on a positive note, but it was sophomore running back Quay Holmes who stole the show.
JOHNSON CITY — The last time ETSU was off to a 3-0 start, Tray Boyd III wasn’t born and Bo Hodges was in diapers.
Thursday morning Heath Shuler’s son Navy, a highly-recruited quarterback heading to Appalachian State next season, delivered his senior speech at Christ School in Arden, N.C. It’s an important moment at the school, a chance for an upper classman to provide some wisdom to his younger schoolma…
KNOXVILLE — For a team still struggling to find an offensive identity like the Tennessee women’s basketball team, the Lady Vols can’t afford to have a bad night defensively.
Thursday night the Morristown Parks and Recreation department added three new inductees to their Hall of Fame, welcoming youth coaches and service leaders John Hill, Matthew Thompson and Jeff Tharp to the exclusive club at the 42nd annual Citizen Tribune Parks and Recreation Hall of Fame Ban…
When Morristown West’s Halyn Long was deciding where she wanted to spend her next few years after high school, being close to home is something that she kept coming back to.
JEFFERSON CITY — Kayla Marosites became the first player in Lady Eagle recorded history to register a 20-point, 20-rebound night propelling Carson-Newman to program victory No. 800, 111-82 over King, in the home opener Wednesday night at Holt Fieldhouse.
CHATTANOOGA — Walters State overcame a single-digit scoring effort in the opening quarter to grind out a 47-42 victory over Chattanooga State in the TCCAA opener at Chattanooga State Community College Wednesday night.
A two-hour delay to the start of school wasn’t the only excitement that took place at Jefferson County High School on Wednesday morning.
CHATTANOOGA — Sly Thompson poured in 26 points for Walters State, but it wasn’t enough Tuesday night at Chattanooga State Community College. Keigan Kerby tapped in a layup with two seconds to go, giving the Tigers a 71-70 victory over the Senators on their home floor.
Alpha Elementary got 14 points from Uriogah Marsing to take down Whitesburg 36-12 Monday night in the Virgil Leonard/Lion’s Club boys basketball tournament at Manley Elementary.
Former NFL coach Les Steckel has been associated with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for nearly a half century and he shared both his experiences as well as the importance of the organization with those gathered Tuesday night for the Lakeway FCA Fundraising banquet at First Baptist Church.
Smokin’ Bases used two doubles from Andrew Haggard to take down the Shanks 13-3 in the Rec League’s Men’s Fall Tournament at Jones-Hodge last Friday. The Shanks got a double from Chris Henderson.
KNOXVILLE — If there was ever a time to be lucky, the Tennessee men’s basketball team may have found the perfect moment when deciding to schedule a home matchup against Murray State this season instead of last season.
NOTRE DAME, Ind. — Rennia Davis tied her career high of 33 points to lead Tennessee (3-0) to victory over No. 16/14 Notre Dame on the road on Monday night, 74-63. It was the Lady Vols’ first victory on the road in the series since 2008.