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Monday, Oct. 25GOLFLee (W) at Legends Invitational (Orlando, Fla.), TBALee (M) at Atlanta National Invitational (Atlanta), TBATuesday, Oct. 26BOWLINGSoddy-Daisy at Bradley Central (Leisure Time), … more
CLINTON, Miss. — The Lee University women’s cross country team placed six runners in the top 10 on their way to winning the program’s fifth consecutive Gulf South Conference Championship. The … more
The second-ranked Lee women's soccer team improved to 13-0 overall and 10-0 in Gulf South Conference play with a convincing 4-1 victory over Auburn Montgomery on the Ray Conn Sports Complex under … more
High School FootballRegion 2-6ATeam Region OverallMaryville 4-0 9-0Bradley Central 4-0 8-1Bearden 2-2 4-5Cleveland 1-3 5-4Farragut 1-3 3-6Hardin Valley 0-4 1-7Friday, Oct. 22Rhea County 48, Bradley … more
"Knowing what somebody does and stopping it is two different things," veteran Bradley Central head coach Damon Floyd stated earlier this week.His fourth-ranked (6A) Bears knew No. 11 (5A) Rhea County … more
Sunday, Oct. 24SOCCERAuburn-Montgomery (Ala.) at Lee (W), 5Monday, Oct. 25GOLFLee (W) at Legends Invitational (Orlando, Fla.), TBALee (M) at Atlanta National Invitational (Atlanta), TBATuesday, Oct. … more
CHATTANOOGA — Tanner Goodman and Damian McWilliams ran for two touchdowns apiece, plus Goodman threw for two more scores as the Polk County Wildcats picked up a 42-7 road win over Lookout Valley … more
PULASKI — Chaye McElroy ran for four touchdowns and fourth-ranked (3A) Giles County made just enough stops defensively to keep its undefeated season alive in a 33-20 victory over Class 6A Cleveland … more
Maybe it was the cool brisk wind coming out of the north that slowed the usual Lee University women's soccer scoring machine in the opening 45 minutes, but Coach Chris Hennessey's club made the … more
The first peak at the new District 5-4A basketball scene came earlier this week as the coaches gathered at the Cleveland Country club for the annual Media Day luncheon.Although the start of official … more
WINTER HAVEN, Fla. — The Lee University volleyball team battled a strong Flagler College team down to the wire in the first set of the South Region Crossover on Friday afternoon before falling … more
Congratulations to Bradley Central’s Knox Watson on being selected as the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The 5-foot-10 junior dual-sport athlete is leading the “Black Hole … more
MURFREESBORO — Cleveland High volleyball coach Amy McGowan could only wonder where her Lady Raiders went. After two days of some of the highest quality volleyball to date by the sixth-ranked Lady … more
Editor's Note: Coaches' comments about the upcoming basketball season will be in Sunday's edition of the Banner.There may be a new classification and a couple of new opponents, but the same teams … more
Region 2-6A Team Region Overall Bradley Central 4-0 8-0 Maryville 4-0 8-0 Bearden 2-2 3-5 Cleveland 1-3 5-3 Farragut 1-3 3-5 Hardin Valley 0-4 0-7 Friday, Oct. 22 Rhea … more
Friday, Oct. 22 CROSS COUNTRY Lee at Gulf South Conference Championship, Clinton, Miss., TBA FOOTBALL Rhea County at Bradley Central, 7 Polk County at Lookout Valley, 7:30 Cleveland … more
MURFREESBORO — Cleveland is making the most of its fourth appearance at the TSSAA State Volleyball Championships in the last six years.After winning a five-set thriller Tuesday against the top team … more
In a pair of extremely opposite matches Tuesday, Walker Valley and East Hamilton both walked away from Leisure Time Bowling with a win and a loss.The Mustangs claimed their third victory in four … more
After notching wins in its first eight games for the first time since the storied 13-0 state championship run in 1976, Bradley Central faces a very tough test to keep the current streak alive in its … more
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