EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second of a two-part series about Milligan spring athletics.
Springtime is usually a crazy chase for area athletic directors, but Daniel Boone’s Danny Good has different things on his plate these days.
Despite the spring season being cut short, Milligan College’s athletics department still has plenty to celebrate regarding success from the 2019-2020 season.
Hope is a fantastic thing, and the TSSAA Board of Control held it out for high school basketball teams.
After a crazy day of chasing Northeast Tennessee teams from one end of Murfreesboro to the other during the annual Spring Fling, Jeff Birchfield and I would often meet for a post-deadline dinner and sometimes talk about an empty couple of weeks
Updated Mar 17, 2020 at 6:51 PM
Kingsport City Schools and Sullivan County Schools suspended spring sports Sunday because of the national health emergency, and Dobyns-Bennett athletic director Frankie DeBusk said he understands the decision.
Sullivan East is back in the mix at the top of the Three Rivers Conference in softball, with Unicoi County right in step.
Like other spring sports, softball season faces a likely extended gap because of the national health emergency.
ELIZABETHTON—Garrett Leonard and Kaleb Swanson combined to hurl a one-hitter Friday night, headlining David Crockett’s 6-3 baseball win over Elizabethton on Joe O’Brien Field at Northeast Community Credit Union Ballpark.
In the ever-changing world of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), concrete decisions rarely have time to set.
KINGSPORT—On Thursday, Daniel Boone began its softball season in authoritative fashion.
The Southern Conference announced Thursday night that all intercollegiate athletic competition for its schools has been suspended until March 30 because of the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Racking up 10 walks, University High strolled to a 14-2 non-conference baseball win over Chuckey-Doak on Tuesday.
BLUFF CITY—Luke Hale started his season in highly impressive style Monday, hurling a no-hitter as Sullivan East turned back conference foe Unicoi County 4-0.
It was worth the wait for the East Tennessee State softball team.