KINGSPORT — Fellowship, making new friends and playing a couple of softball games made for the objective in Saturday’s FCA Tennessee-Virginia Senior All-Star Challenge at Indian Highland Park.
Fifteen NAIA All-Americans. Fourteen national championship appearances. Seven NAIA top-25 finishes. Three national champions.
Daniel Boone won more games than any softball team in the state, and Megan Ackerman seemed to be front and center in nearly all of those victories.
With the 2018-19 high school athletic season in the books, it’s time to take a look back at some highlights.
Spring Fling was once again a rousing success for the TSSAA, but the organization needs to take a close look at the baseball format.
MURFREESBORO — Unaka hung around in the state softball tournament, but couldn’t find a way to get a second win.
MURFREESBORO — Unaka is a winner at the TSSAA Class A softball tournament for a second straight year.
It was a relatively short night for Unaka at the state softball tournament.
Science Hill, Elizabethton and University High’s baseball teams apparently didn’t like the way things finished last year, as they are all back for another shot at a state championship.
ELIZABETHTON — The Unaka softball team wasn’t going to be denied its third straight trip to Murfreesboro.
One more step.
RUTLEDGE—The Region 1-AA softball championship is clad in red, white and blue for the first time after Sullivan East took down Grainger 4-3 on Wednesday night.
COSBY—Tayla Potter dominated the spotlight in Wednesday’s Region 1-A softball final.
GREENEVILLE—Chelsea Sams unloaded a grand slam in a seven-run second inning for Sullivan East, which went on to dismiss Greeneville 8-4 on Tuesday in the Region 1-AA softball semifinals.