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NASHVILLE/BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The Lee University women’s track & field team participated in the Vanderbilt Invitational and the Samford University Open last weekend and came away with … more
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Ten Lee University Student Athletes were named to the Gulf South Conference Fall All-Academic teams the league office announced on Friday. GSC Women's Cross-Country … more
The Lee University men’s track & field team participated in the Vanderbilt Invitational in Nashville and the Samford University Open in Birmingham this weekend and came away with three Flames … more
OOLTEWAH — Both Cleveland High basketball teams ventured south to Ooltewah on a cold Friday night, and notched a big District 5-4A sweep in the "Owls Nest."In its first battle against former CHS … more
Cleveland High's rise to the state volleyball elite was cemented with a program-record third place finish at the TSSAA State Championships last October, and is now punctuated with a trio of Lady … more
After having trouble "finishing" games earlier in the season, Bradley Central's Bears closed Friday's upset of District 5-4A leader Howard with a 16-4 final three-minute run at "The Jim.""I aged … more
FORT OGLETHORPE, Ga. — It had been more than 40 years since Bradley Central and Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe met on the basketball court, a time when legendary Jim Smiddy led the Bearettes to a win in … more
CHATTANOOGA — It's been a tough couple of weeks for the Walker Valley basketball teams as weather, illness and rescheduling have played havoc with schedules. The Mustangs finally returned to the … more
High SchoolGirls BasketballDistrict 5-4ATeam District OverallBradley Central 7-0 18-2Cleveland 5-1 15-5McMinn County 3-2 10-7Ooltewah 3-3 11-7Walker Valley 2-4 11-11Rhea County 2-4 4-10Howard 0-8 … more
Tuesday, Jan. 25BASKETBALLOoltewah at Bradley Central, 6 (JV, 3:30)Howard at Cleveland, 6 (JV, 3:30)Rhea County at Walker Valley, 6 (JV, 3:30)WRESTLINGCleveland, Ooltewah, Rhea County, McMinn County, … more
CLEVELAND, Miss. — Nothing ever comes easy when it comes to traveling to Mississippi to face a pair of Gulf South Conference clubs, and that certainly was the case on Saturday afternoon as the Lee … more
Congratulations to Walker Valley roller Spencer Foutz for being selected as the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The junior fined 13th with an 1170 total, including four 200+ scores, in his … more
Finally, after days of wrangling and rescheduling, the Blue Raiders and Mustangs met up on the wrestling mat Thursday at Cleveland. The No. 1-ranked Raiders, 15-0, remained undefeated after rolling … more
Cleveland High had a familiar problem at Raider Arena Thursday evening, as Red Bank came calling for pair of boys basketball games."Out of the 18 games we've played this year, we've been up at … more
CLINTON, Miss. — Trailing 50-45 at the end of three quarters, the Lee University women exploded for 25 points in the final frame and walked away with a hard fought 75-65 win over host Mississippi … more
Another Bradley Central athlete has been given an opportunity to compete on the collegiate level.Making his decision official Wednesday, Bear thrower Hunter Hayden signed on the dotted line to join … more
High School Girls Basketball District 5-4A Team District Overall Bradley Central 6-0 16-2 Cleveland 4-1 14-5 McMinn County 3-2 10-7 Ooltewah 3-2 10-5 Walker Valley 2-4 … more
SMYRNA — A Walker Valley roller climbed 32 spots in his second straight TSSAA State Individual Championships Wednesday, at the Smyrna Bowling Center.After qualifying with the 10th-best score for … more
Tennessee High School Wrestling Poll as of Jan. 17, 2022 The Poll is primarily a measure of dual meet strength with some consideration to individual tournament strength. Votes … more
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