East Tennessee State started off the Southern Conference baseball season in style.
Kermit Tipton Stadium began as a dream. Now it seems odd to think of the Science Hill landscape without it.
It used to be known as the stadium with the hill.
These rivals will see each other again, and in more meaningful games.
ERWIN—Keaton Casey racked up 12 strikeouts and Brett Strother tallied three RBIs on Saturday, lifting Unicoi County past Daniel Boone for a 6-4 victory in non-conference baseball play.
KINGSPORT — Kres VanDyke had them covered Saturday at Kingsport Speedway.
Two games with Western Carolina. Two tight-fisted wins.
Concussions are part of the risk for playing high school athletics, especially football.
There was no margin for error, and Daniel Boone was the team that found a way.
Brant Hare was 3 for 4 with a pair of runs, Michael Degennero and Carter Pollock each tallied three RBIs and University High subdued South Greene 9-1 on Friday at Thomas Stadium.
Coming through in come-from-behind fashion, East Tennessee State captured its Southern Conference baseball opener on Friday night with a 10-9 triumph over visiting Western Carolina.
The East Tennessee State football team worked out in pads for the first time this spring on Friday and coach Randy Sanders said he saw what he expected to see.
BLUFF CITY—With Chelsea Sams swatting two home runs and a triple en route to a 4-for-4 performance, Sullivan East recorded an 18-8, five-inning victory over Happy Valley on Thursday in Three Rivers Conference softball activity.
Science Hill and Unaka played a game with a time limit, and the hitters made the at-bats count.
Two steps forward and one step back.