Garrett Jennings made his college choice, and it will take him to the Division I level.
It’s getting close to the time of year when Kermit Tipton’s name is remembered, and Science Hill athletes get a chance for an educational boost.
In the latest round in a recurring fight, a Cincinnati-area high school whose teams have been called the Redskins for over 80 years will keep that mascot.
Science Hill and Dobyns-Bennett did things differently during their recent spring football practices, but both head coaches said they were pleased with the overall picture.
Graham Clark has a simple message for Joey Christian, his successor as Dobyns-Bennett’s football coach: “Keep doing what we’ve been doing, but be your own guy.”
Things fell into place nicely for Jeremy Bosken last year as he moved his coaching career to Cleveland High School.
A generation has passed since Dobyns-Bennett had a football coach other than Graham Clark.
Hiring a head football coach at Dobyns-Bennett is a unique opportunity.
The Musket Bowl is going to be more interesting than usual this fall, especially for Hayden Chandley.
It’s not the brightest future a coach could hope to have, but Preston Patrick is embracing the challenge.
Combining the comic timing of Don Knotts and the shrewd intellect of Andy Griffith, Graham Clark brought a quarter century of laughs and success to Dobyns-Bennett’s football program.
The New England Patriots enter Super Bowl 52 with a chance to win their sixth Super Bowl, which would tie the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most titles all-time.
Science Hill senior quarterback Jaylan Adams and offensive lineman Trey Gasteiger headline a list of local athletes named to the Tennessee Football Coaches Association All-State teams.