Among other games Tuesday night, Sullivan Central’s girls kept their Three Rivers record umblemished, Ridgeview’s girls kept pace atop the Mountain 7 race and the Tennessee High boys avenged an earlier Big 7 loss to Science Hill.
J.I. Burton and Eastside battled each other intensely from the opening tip to the final whistle Tuesday before Burton came away with an 83-66 Cumberland District boys basketball win.
After the David Crockett girls rallied for a 54-48 victory despite Bryna Minton’s stellar game for Volunteer, the Pioneers boys completed the Big 7 sweep, winning 68-54 Tuesday night.
Bradley Dean played next man up on Tuesday for Gate City, scoring 40 points in the shorthanded Blue Devils’ 61-36 Mountain 7 win over Central.
In the past three years alone, the overall record for the Bloomingdale Raiders is 66-3. That's 20-1 for the Freshmen with three consecutive league championships; 23-1 for the JV with two championships and a runner up; and 23-1 for the Varsity with three consecutive league championships.
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Union took advantage of 19 Rye Cove turnovers to take a 60-29 nondistrict girls basketball win Monday on the Lady Eagles’ court.
The Sullivan North defense held strong in the second half on Monday night and the Golden Raiders boys basketball team scored a nonconference win over Tri-Cities Christian, 67-37.
Malica Monk hit a jumper with 3.6 seconds left to lift the Arkansas women’s basketball team to an 80-76 win over Tennessee — the Lady Vols’ fifth straight loss, their longest skid in nearly half a century.
Johnson County hasn’t lost since November, and in the process the Longhorns boys basketball team has become the front-runner in a tough Three Rivers Conference.
While six top 10 men’s basketball teams lost last week, Tennessee kept rolling amid chaos across the AP Top 25.
Tom Brady blew through Kansas City’s exhausted defense on a 75-yard drive to Rex Burkhead’s 2-yard touchdown run that gave New England a 37-31 overtime victory Sunday for the AFC championship.
Greg Zuerlein kicked a 57-yard field goal in overtime and the Los Angeles Rams, helped by a huge missed call by the officials, advanced to the Super Bowl with a 26-23 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
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Two decades after quarterbacking Tennessee’s last national championship team, Tee Martin is returning to his alma mater as an assistant coach.