While Elizabethton will take some time to enjoy its Class 4A state football championship, the rest of the area teams can look ahead to 2020.
When Tennessee High won the second of its back-to-back football titles in 1972, there was reason to believe this little corner of the state would be well represented in the championship chase for years to come.
Since the TSSAA adopted a statewide playoff plan for football in 1976, District 1 schools haven’t enjoyed a lot of deep-run success.
At this stage of the high school football season, every team carries reasons to believe it can go further.
Cade Larkins will get a chance to set records at a different level while staying close to home.
It could be a dandy spring for area high school baseball.
Which game provides the best ticket purchase Friday?
Although Dobyns-Bennett football has a tradition of high expectations, the Indians weren’t pegged as a title threat coming into the season.
Name dropping is a little different for Cade Larkins these days.
Making the football playoffs is the goal for most area teams while playing a home is an added bonus.
Coming into the season, Science Hill, Knox Farragut and Hardin Valley were the among the teams most people were picking to win the Region 1-6A football league.
Which football team is the biggest surprise of 2019?
Football season, unlike any other, gets serious right from the start.
High school football always produces a few surprises along the way.
Yes, next week it begins.