KINGSPORT — Perhaps you can take the Hilltoppers out of the pool, but you can’t take the pool out of the Hilltoppers.
Marae Foreman tormented Science Hill.
In a game where offense was at a premium, Jeila Greenlee delivered the crushing strike to Dobyns-Bennett’s hopes.
Cherokee has caught many basketball observers off guard with its strong start to the season.
Happy Valley’s boys basketball team has found victories hard to come by this season, but post player Bryce Carter hasn’t slowed his pace.
After a pair of anomaly runs to start the game, East Tennessee State and Furman settled in for a hard-fought back-and-forth battle.
With Dobyns-Bennett hovering like a drone over the Science Hill campus, the Hilltoppers needed a confidence-boosting game.
If Tuesday’s game was any indication of Alasia Smith’s readiness for Dobyns-Bennett later this week, the Lady Indians should prepare for a heavy dose of No. 30.
Area teams may look more like ‘Where’s Waldo?’ than John Hancock in terms of the statewide basketball picture.
It’s a trip to the past, when the world moved at the speed of trains.