Which area baseball, softball, soccer and tennis teams have the strongest legs to make the longest run into the postseason?
On a roll, in a groove, red hot.
It’s a big couple of weeks for the Big Seven Conference in baseball.
It’s not the Arby’s Classic yet, but even the best of things must have a starting point.
It’s not a comprehensive statistic because baseball games tend to go unreported, especially early in the spring, but University High entered this week leading the state in runs scored per game among all classifications.
When Knox Bearden surprisingly whipped Memphis East to win the Class AAA state basketball title Saturday, it put a focus on how close Dobyns-Bennett was to a historic season.
It’s a wrap for the 2018-19 basketball regular season, so here’s a look at some things that stood out along the way.
Normally a team with a record of 5-18 wouldn’t attract much attention for postseason purposes.
As conference races hit the final stretch, teams are trying to position themselves for the district tournaments.
Area teams may look more like ‘Where’s Waldo?’ than John Hancock in terms of the statewide basketball picture.
January is here, which means high school basketball season gets serious and moves into full-time conference mode.
Christmas tournament basketball used to be a novelty for area teams.
Looking at the Big Seven Conference boys basketball standings, you might notice something that seems a little out of place.
When the boys basketball coaches talked at the Three Rivers media day, there was a consensus: Sullivan East was the league favorite, and Elizabethton was the clear-cut No. 2.
With the 2018 football season a done deal for Tri-Cities teams, it’s time to take a look back at the things we liked.