Jordan McLoyd put forth what Science Hill coach Ken Cutlip described as a "super human" effort and the Hilltoppers rallied from an 11-point, first-half deficit to defeat Tennessee High in the District 1-AAA boys basketball tournament Saturday
Updated Feb 17, 2019 at 10:03 AM
KINGSPORT—Tight defense and low-scoring games were how the last two games of the District 1-A basketball tournament on Saturday at J. Richard Carroll Gymnasium played out.
ELIZABETHTON—The District 1-AA basketball tournament semifinals on Saturday night featured a little big-dog hunting at Happy Valley High School.
ELIZABETHTON — Unicoi County had Elizabethton’s attention with its recent run of success, and the Cyclones also had a reminder of last year’s finish.
KINGSPORT — It was slow start, fast finish for the No. 1 seeds in Saturday’s District 1-A basketball tournament semifinals at Sullivan North.
ELIZABETHTON — Sullivan South didn’t play like a team that hadn’t been there before.
GREENVILLE, S.C.—In a rough-and-tumble women’s basketball battle on Saturday afternoon at Timmons Arena, East Tennessee State dropped a 57-55 overtime decision to Southern Conference nemesis Furman.
As far as rivalries go, this one’s getting to be like the one between the hammer and the nail.
KINGSPORT — To get an earful of North Greene boys basketball coach Sam Tarlton is to get one's attention, as the Huskies found out after eight minutes of ineptness Friday night in opening-round play of the District 1-A tournament.
KINGSPORT — Unaka made that one big push that often makes a difference.
It was a terrific battle between a pair of rivals, and it came down to the final seconds.
ELIZABETHTON — Brock Thompson and the Unicoi County Blue Devils have made themselves at home on rival Happy Valley's home court over their first two games at the District 1-AA boys basketball tournament.
After hitting a significant milestone, the East Tennessee State men’s basketball team hopes to continue its mastery of Mercer on Saturday.
No. 1 Tennessee (23-1, 11-0) vs. No. 5 Kentucky (20-4, 9-2)