• TWRA News: Turkey Season to Open; Lakes and Rivers Remain Open 04/03/2020 Tennessee’s 2020 statewide spring turkey hunting season will be held as scheduled and the state’s lakes and rivers and access areas controlled by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will remain open. “Governor (Bill) Lee’s Executive Orders 22 and 23 identifies outdoor activity as an essential activity provided that individuals follow Health Guidelines,” said Kurt Holbert, ...
  • Fishing Tournament To Benefit Owens As He Battles Cancer 02/25/2020
  • Middle School Anglers Have Big Day 02/25/2020 This weekend Campbell County Middle School Fishing had another successful day on the lake. They spent the day fishing Norris Lake with tremendous results. The young Cougars swept the fist three places. Anthon and Ayden Malone got first place with 12.72 pounds. Mason Dople and Gabe St. John were second. Mack Fritts and Reid Chapman ...
  • Youth Soccer Sign Ups Underway 02/18/2020
  • Pat’s Place: So Long Shayne 02/13/2020 For the last decade one man has been a constant for Cougar Basketball. Players and coaches have come and gone but Shayne White. His love of the game started all the way back in his days as a Valley View Bobcat. Coach Brent Peel brought Shayne on board for his tenure as a Bobcat. Moving ...
  • Pat on Wrestling: Wrestling Show To Benefit Legendary Performer 02/05/2020 If you grew up a wrestling fan in the last 40 years you have likely have witnessed Tracy Smothers in action. The Springfield, Tennessee native received his training from the Fabulous One’s Steve Keirn and Stan Lane before his debut in 1982. It was not long after his debut that he became a regular on ...
  • Pat’s Place: Let’s Talk Turf 01/16/2020 Turf. It is the thing in high school football now It can be polarizing to the old school crowd who love grass fields and to the new school fans who think turf is the way to go. Now we are on the precipice of a turf field on “The Hill” at CCHS. The ...
  • Locals Having Success On Motorsports Circuit 12/18/2019 Riley Wallace and Kelsey Williams had good athletic careers as Cougars. Wallace was the first ever four year letterman for Cougar Soccer and was placekicker for Cougar Football. Williams was a Lady Cougar basketballer. Now they are competing in a different kind of sports. Both now are now competing in motorsports and are both currently on ...
  • Event To Honor Wrestling Legend 12/11/2019 If you were a fan of wrestling in the 80s and 90s you no doubt knew of The Midnight Express. Led by fiery manager Jim Cornette the team had many members over the years but one man was a foremost constant on the team. His name was “Beautiful” Bobby Eaton. In 1983 Eaton Joined “Loverboy” Dennis ...
  • Former Cougar Looking To Clinton 11/22/2019 After a few years out of the head coaching game, former Campbell County County Cougar Rodney Ellison is looking to rejoin the ranks of East Tennessee high school head coaches. This time at a familiar spot, Clinton High School. Ellison was the offense coordinator and later QB coach of the Dragons from 2012-2014. He took the ...
  • Eagle Football Notches Playoff Win 10/18/2019 Jacksboro defeated Eagleton tonignt to move on to the 2nd round of the TMSAA playoffs. They will face Cherokee in Kingston next Thursday. The Eagles got great play from several players on offense and defense. Eagle QB Landon Hensley tossed Payton Gilbert and Riley Wolfenbarger multiple touchdowns. Maddox Richardson aided the defense with a huge ...
  • Leach Wins District; Cougars, Lady Cougars advance 10/01/2019 It was a blistering hot day at Oak Ridge Country club yesterday as the Cougar and Lady Cougar golfers took to the course for district tournament play. Jack Leach, sophomore sensation, played like a senior, carding a 73 to win the District Championship by a stroke. Needing every shot to secure victory, Leach went for it ...
  • Cougars Defeat Karns in Thriller 09/29/2019 When Karns last saw the Cougars Drew Jordan was running over, around and through the Beaver defense on his way to a school record 338 yard rushing performance. Coach Justin Price must have figured if it wasn’t broke, he wasn’t going to fix it. The Cougars first two drives produced one total pass attempt and a ...
  • CCYBA Hosting Signups 09/29/2019
  • Archery Season For Deer Open This Weekend 09/24/2019 The 2019 deer archery-only hunting season opens statewide in Tennessee on Saturday, Sept. 28. The archery season dates in five of the state’s deer hunting units are the same. The dates are Sept. 28-Oct. 25 and Oct. 28-Nov. 8. There are ample opportunities for deer hunters in Tennessee. There are more than 100 wildlife management ...
  • Endemic Deer Virus Above Average This Fall 09/24/2019 Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) offices are receiving reports of dead deer in scattered areas of the state. The timing and details of many of the reports are indicative of hemorrhagic disease (HD). Hemorrhagic disease occurs at varying levels of severity each year in Tennessee’s deer herd. So far this year, reports are predominantly coming from ...
  • Cougars Fall to Gibbs 09/23/2019 The Cougars took to the road this week to take on the Gibbs Eagles. The game began with Gibbs winning the toss and taking the ball. They quickly set the tone for the evening ripping off long run after long run on a Cougar defense that had been very good against the run in 2019. ...
  • Cougars defeat Seymour 35-13 09/14/2019 The Cougars had a bounce back game this week against the Seymour Eagles. A week after a tough outing agaisnt Oak Ridge, the Eagles came to town hoping to catch the Cougars down from that loss and distracted by homecoming. The game got underway at 7:30, the heat of the prior hours blunted, but a steamyness ...
  • Cougars Fall to Wildcats 09/08/2019 It was an unfortunately familiar story on Friday night at L. Hope Dossett Stadium. Oak Ridge arrived and took yet another victory in the series that dates back to 1975. Long a region power, the Wildcats were off to a slow start in 2019 with losses to Hardin Valley and Kingsport DB. Their start was much ...
  • Cougars Win Last Second Thriller 09/01/2019 The Cougars had much better weather this week as they traveled south to face the Carter Hornets. The skies were bright blue as they took the field. Carter won the toss and chose to receive the opening kick. The Cougar defense, much as it did in game one, got a quick stop. The Cougar offense handed ...