KNOXVILLE — Grace Christian Academy and Greenback no longer stand in each other’s way on the route to regional or state championships, since the Rams moved into TSSAA Division II this year.That fact didn’t remove any passion or intensity from their Friday night matchup, where Greenback failed to convert on early scoring chances and then imploded with penalties, dropping its first game of the season, 21-7, in the non-district game at the GCA sports complex.Despite four trips into the red zone...
The sad look on Matthew Copeland’s face didn’t go away — even when it was announced that his blistering 3-under par 69 took top honors as the individual low score of the day among all golfers in the District 4-AAA championship tournament Monday afternoon.The Maryville senior’s glum countenance came from his Rebels falling one stroke short of district champion Farragut on a one-hole team playoff after both squads finished with 296 totals for the top four golfers over 18 holes at Lambert...
Ooltewah wasted little time sending a message to the William Blount offense.On the first two Governor plays from scrimmage, the Owls rocked receiver Nick Yoakum as he leapt to snare a high pass and stuffed T.J. King for a 2-yard loss, sending the senior tailback’s helmet flying in the process.“We got blown up pretty good, and that’s not the way you want to start a football game,” Governors head coach Philip Shadowens told The Daily Times, after William Blount was kept off the scoreboard in a...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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