There has never been a Musket Bowl like this.
Many things set Greeneville apart from other high school football teams.
Halfway can be a tricky place for just about anything.
Shawn Witten’s ascent to 100 wins in under 12 years is impressive — especially considering his 9-12 start as he began the rebuilding process for a once-dominant program.
Science Hill probably hasn’t been this big of an underdog in the Stacy Carter era.
There have been a few down years in the history of the Science Hill/Dobyns-Bennett football series, and there have been some dandy matchups.
When the high school football season changes from Week 1 to Week 2, it can often times be a place where change rules.
Everything changes when Thursday and Friday roll around.
Over the past decade, several area football teams have been consistent winners.
Many high school football fans are tied to one team — a loyalty born of things like school spirit, community pride or family ties.
Yes it is July, but believe it or not the 2018-19 high school sports season begins Monday.
A change to the pitcher’s starting point on the mound for the 2019 high school baseball season doesn’t appear it will have much of an impact locally.
When May comes, the real season begins.
Here’s the rundown for what area teams might be facing as they try to navigate the softball road to Murfreesboro for the Spring Fling.
April is past the halfway point, which means the postseason picture is starting to come into focus.