• Local Anglers See Weekend Success 12/04/2018 It was a bog weekend for local fishing. Local professional fisherman Brandon Card held his 3rd Annual College and High School Bass Open. Over 100 boats representing a plethora of high school and college fishing teams descended on Norris lake to fish the event. Despite the large field of competition it was ...
  • Local Girls Seeing Cheer Success 12/04/2018 Alyssa Day, Skyleigh Baker, and Arissa Baker won some major awards over the weekend as part of the Premier Athletics Sharks teams. The trio is on a pair of competitive cheer teams that won first place in this weekend at 2018 Smoky Mountain Championship. The Viper Sharks scored an impressive 94.69 while the Cali Sharks ...
  • Boshears Signs Papers To Become Purple Paladin 11/15/2018 A Purple Paladin may sound like a character the late Stan Lee may have created for Marvel Comics but that is the Mascot for Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. For months we have known that was verbally where Lady Cougar Basketball phenom Skylar Boshears has been verbally committed. On a a cold Tuesday morning, ...
  • Hunters For The Hungry Ready For Donation 11/13/2018 Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry program is in full swing for the 2018 deer season. More than 80 processors throughout the state are now accepting donations of whole deer to help feed local families in need. In Campbell County, that includes Valley Meats. Contact information and a full list of processors is available ...
  • Lady Railsplitters And Horton Advance In NCAA Tournament 11/12/2018 Lindsay Horton had a great career on the soccer field for the Lady Cougars. She set the team’s scoring record, which she still holds. After her prep career was over she signed with nearby Lincoln Memorial University to continue her soccer career as a Lady Railsplitter. Now as her freshman season winds to a end ...
  • Card To Host Annual Fishing Event 10/30/2018 This fall I’ll be hosting my third college and high school tournament on Norris Lake in Tennessee. We’re expecting somewhere in the neighborhood of 250 anglers this year. That’s a huge increase over last year, and that’s exactly what we want to see. This is a really fun event for my family, friends, and I. ...
  • Cain Sees Action In Sophomore Season Debut 10/30/2018 Anyone who watched Sarah Cain play as a Lady Cougar should not be surprised that she is seeing action on the collegiate level. Cain became a Lady Lion of Bryan College after her days as a Lady Cougar were over and had a good debut season in Dayton. Now her second season has started an ...
  • CHET Hosts Donna Kitts 5k 10/29/2018 Runners gathered Saturday morning as Community Health of East Tennessee hosted the Donna Kitts 5K as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Prerace County Mayor E.L.Morton read a proclamation to the gathered crowd which included Johnna Kitts, daughter of the late Donna Kitts. This event, held October 27 at Cove Lake State Park in Caryville, ...
  • Richardson Commits To Play Volleyball At Bryan College 10/23/2018 Lexy Richardson is the epitome of multisport athlete. She rarely even gets downtime as she transitions from volleyball to basketball and then to softball. Last week she committed to a different kind of transition, one of from high school athletics to college athletics. The talented senior will be taking her volleyball skills to ...
  • Cougars Fall To Dragons 10/20/2018 It was homecoming on The Hill Friday night as the Dragons of Clinton invaded L. Hope Dossett Stadium and Pat Kerr Field. Pre game saw Kaylee Welch crowned the 2018 Cougar Football Homecoming Queen. After the ladies exited the field it was time for Cougar Football Action. The somewhat depleted Cougars, missing Christian Shouse, ...
  • Eagles Advance To Title Game With Win Over HMMS 10/19/2018 It has been weeks since the Eagles of Jacksboro stepped onto the gridiron. Sceduling and a first round playoff bye have kept the Eagles idle. This changed when the Red Devils of Horace Maynard Middle School came to town for round two of the TMSAA Playoffs. The winner of the game would ...
  • St. John Has Great Day Fishing For Bryan 10/18/2018 Trevor St. John had a standout fishing career as a Cougar. HE signed to continue his fishing days with the Lions of Bryan College. Last weekend he and his partner Bailey Fain, along with their Lion Angler teammates, traveled to Russleville, Arkansas to fish on Lake Dardanelle as part of the Cabela’s College ...
  • Volleyball Players Earn Post Season Accolades 10/10/2018 The 2018 season was unquestionably the best season ever in the history of Lady Cougar Volleyball. The team had the most wins and district wins in program history. Though the season ended in a loss to Halls during the district tournament the team’s quartet of seniors each had one last honor to be ...
  • Jordan Sets Record As Cougars Crush Beavers 10/08/2018 The Cougar’s playoff path became much more clear as they picked up a big win over the Beavers of Karns by a score of 43-21. With this win and Powell having to forfeit their wins the Cougars only need to win one more game to be in the post season for a sixth consecutive ...
  • Eagles Finish Season Unbeaten With Egg Bowl Win 10/01/2018 Friday night saw the Eagles and Owls clash in the annual Egg Bowl. The game was played on Friday to accommodate the fact that the Cougars had a Rivalry Thursday game the previous evening. Jacksboro’s Gibson Field played host to this season’s event. The Eagles started off with a score as Peyton Ferguson returned ...
  • Eagles And Owls Set To Battle In 2018 Egg Bowl 09/27/2018 As the regular season winds down for middle school football the action will be heating up at Jacksboro Middle School’s Gibson Field. Friday night, due to the Cougars playing on TV for Rivalry Thursday, the annual Egg Bowl will take place. The Eagles and the Owls will battle over the traveling Egg Bowl ...
  • Lady Cougar Volleyball Crushes Powell 09/19/2018 The Lady Cougars made their way south on I-75 to the Emory road exit on Tuesday to battle the Lady Panthers of Powell. The Lady Panthers proved to be no match for the Lady Cougars. In junior varsity action the Lady Cougars swept the Lady Panthers in two straight sets. From the looks of ...
  • Card To Host Annual Fishing Tournament 09/18/2018
  • Eagles Remain Undefeated With Victory Over Indians 09/17/2018 It would appear the torch is being passed in local middle school football. For many years the Oneida Indians were a steamroller that flattened any team that lined up across from them. In fact there was a five year period where their only regular season loss was to the Eagles of Jacksboro as ...
  • Costly Night For Cougar Football In Corryton 09/17/2018 Cougar Football traveled to Corryton in Knox County to take on the Gibbs Eagles on Friday night. Things were going well early on but the second half saw things go south quickly for the Cougars. At the end of the first half the Cougars seemedto be cruising to the third victory of ...