BLUFF CITY — Basketball can be a wild game, but there is rarely anything more crazy that what happened Wednesday night at the Dyer Dome.
ROGERSVILLE — In a game that was already slipping away, any hope Daniel Boone had of keeping its season alive pretty much ended with 2:56 left in the fourth quarter.
With the regular season in the books, here is a brief look at some of the unexpected things that stood out in the 2019-20 basketball season — ranked in order of the level of surprise.
Throw out the regular season. Every area team gets a second chance in the district basketball tournaments.
Dobyns-Bennett twins Tre Morrisette and Clint Morrisette, with a combined record of 83-2, were at the forefront of area wrestling this season.
Science Hill’s Alasia Smith performed well across the board this season.
University High’s Kaleb Meredith finished as the scoring champion for the 2019-20 basketball season.
ELIZABETHTON — Cade Maupin didn’t shy away from challenges as he helped Elizabethton High School win a state football championship this past season.
CHURCH HILL — Science Hill could have played with an NBA shot clock, and it probably wouldn’t have affected its point total.
CHURCH HILL — A fast start and quick finish summed up Science Hill’s win over Volunteer on Tuesday night.