Pitching matchups aren’t everything in high school baseball, but they can be a big part of the equation.
The Spring Fling is just a little over a week away, but that means the most treacherous and tense steps are ahead.
Several area athletes were recently honored by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association and Tennessee Baseball Report on their all-state teams.
League schedules are going to look different when the 2017-18 school year arrives for area high school athletics.
Elizabethton’s Lauren Brickey was chosen Friday as the Sweet 16 softball player of the year by the Johnson City Press.
When the final wisps of a dusty infield had settled at Starplex Field for the last time for Spring Fling No. 24, one thing faded into history while something else sprouted anew.
Summer is near, but Spring Fling is here.
A handful of area baseball and softball teams still have the dream of reaching Murfreesboro for the Spring Fling, but it all comes down to one game Friday.
Pairings and results for the high school spring sports district tournaments.
After a fairly quick seven-week jaunt through the regular season, the postseason — a.k.a. May Madness — has arrived for spring sports teams.
Nick Whitener had a three-run home run, totaled four RBIs, and recorded a save with 2 1/3 innings of work with four strikeouts as Johnson County earned a 10-4 win over Happy Valley in high school baseball action Monday in Elizabethton.
Saturday’s game against Elizabethton was a case of better late than never for Daniel Boone’s baseball team.
GREENEVILLE—With Kara Weems hurling a two-hitter and banging out a pair of hits, David Crockett nabbed a 3-2, come-from-behind victory on Friday over North Greene in the Tiny Day/Red Edmonds Classic.