• Cain Continues To Shine On College Level 11/10/2017 Sarah Cain was the driving force of Lady Cougar basketball last season. After her high school career ended she signed with Bryan College, in Dayton, TN, to play on the next level. For many people the transition from high school to college on the court can be a tricky one. This was ...
  • Soccer Celebrates Success 11/08/2017 With soccer season in the books the Lady Cougars and their families gathered to celebrate the team’s most successful year yet. The coaches took to the floor and spoke to the team and about what each young athlete meant to the fledgling program. In only three years of varsity play the team has ...
  • Middle School Minute: Lady Owls Making Strides 11/08/2017 The LaFollette Lady Owls have certainly seen their share of struggles the past two years. Losing players like the great Skylar Boshears as they move to high school can take a while to get over. The Lady Owls ended up starting 6th and 7th graders the past two years. Now they are fielding a more ...
  • Eagles Basketball Off To Strong Start 11/08/2017 When last we left Lady Eagle Basketball they had just finished a stellar season and long time Coach Wanda Snodgrass rode off into the sunset. With that in mind one had to wonder what was next for the ladies in Blue and Gold. With Snodgrass retired from coaching it was time for the Eagles ...
  • Chapman Receives A.F.Bridges Award 11/06/2017 For the 18th consecutive year, The A.F. Bridges Awards program includes awards for School System Administrator of the Year, Principal of the Year, Athletic Director of the Year, Female Coach of the Year, Male Coach of the Year, Official of the Year, and Contributor of the Year. The awards recognize 63 individuals from across our ...
  • Peel Named 2017 TMSAA AAA Coach Of The Year 10/31/2017 Years ago Coach Sean Jessie was looking to bolster his staff at Jacksboro Middle School so he brought in Brent Peel. Peel had an already impressive football resume as he was a national champion as a player with the Carson Newman Eagles and he had spent years as an assistant at CCHS. Not ...
  • Eagles Win TMSAA Title 10/30/2017 It was a cold and rainy day on The Hill. L. Hope Dossett Stadium and Pat Keer field on the campus of Campbell County High School played host to the TMSAA Championship Saturday over the weekend. The daystarted out cold, rainy, and blustery. Though the rain eventually relented and the winds calmed ...
  • Marcum Crushes Dragons and Records 10/25/2017 Shawn Marcum was the weapon that slew the Dragons of Clinton Friday night in what is possibly the greatest come from behind victory in the history of Cougar Football. He was responsible for almost all of the second half points. He also had a pair of interceptions, including a pick six. Marcum ...
  • Cougars Return To Top Ten 10/24/2017 A tough loss to Fulton dropped the 8th ranked Cougars out of the Associated Press 5A Top Ten rankings. But it did not take long for Justin Prive to coach his team right back into the rankings. Following the Cougars overwhelming comeback from 21 points down against the Clinton Dragons the boys in ...
  • Cougars Slay Dragons In Furious Comeback 10/23/2017 Things looked grim for the Cougars as they stepped into the Dragon’s lair Friday night in a key region match up. A playoff berth was on the line and the Cougars needed a win to wash away the memories of the Fulton loss the previous week. A win by the he Cougars would ...
  • Eagles Dominate Playoff Game 10/18/2017 The Eagles of Jacksboro Middle School are one step closer to making history. On Tuesday night as the sun dipped below the horizon and the air cooled down the Eagles brought the heat to Gibson Field as the bulldogs of Claiborne County came to town for the divisional round of the TMSAA East Tennessee Playoffs.Much ...
  • Eagles Make History In Jellico Win 10/06/2017 Eagle Football is no stranger to success. Jacksboro High School had a proud football tradition. In the mid 80’s the school became a middle school as the freshmen moved up to CCHS. It was not long after that the Eagles had their first undefeated season. Fast forward to 2017 and not much ...
  • Lady Cougar Volleyballers Earn All-District Honors 10/04/2017 Yesterday saw the Lady Cougar Volleyball season ended in the district tournament at Oak Ridge High School. TheLady Cougars fell three sets to one against the Lady Red Devils of Halls. They did have a good win in set three as they won the second set 25-16. The Lady Cougars have seen ...
  • Cougar Talk: Lady Cougars Close Regular Season 10/03/2017 The Lady Cougars closed the regular season out at home Monday night as they played a game vs Karns that had been canceled earlier in the season due to inclement weather. The game had big repercussions on the line as the winner of the game would host the loser in the opening round of the ...
  • Cougar Football Cracks Top Ten 10/02/2017 After seven weeks of football the Cougars have cracked the Associated Press Top Ten List. The Cougars come in ranked tenth after this week’s big win over the Panthers of Powell. The Cougars are now 5-1 on the season with their only loss being to Oak Ridge. The only other region opponent currently ...
  • Pat’s Place: When Rodney Came Marching Home 09/29/2017 Powell rides into town to take on the Cougars tonight (Sept. 29) and their head coach is no stranger to the sidelines of Pat Kerr Field. Rodney Ellison is one of the most successful Cougar Alumni to ever join the coaching ranks. He took Wartburg Central from district doormat to state ranked contender ...
  • Cougar Talk: Lady Cougar Soccer Gains 9th Win 09/22/2017 The action was intense in yesterday evening’s soccer match up between the Scott County Lady Highlanders and the Campbell County Lady Cougars. The Lady Cougars entered the evening having never notched a victory over Scott High. Early on it looked as if that streak may continue, as the Lady Highlanders struck first. “As ...
  • Pat’s Place: Field Lights and Facebook 09/18/2017 Well I am sure most of you reading this think I have been replaced by an alien but I am here to defend our school board. Recently on Facebook there has been a lot of outrage about the school board’s request for a million dollars to fund various improvements throughout the county. The ...
  • Cougars Handily Defeat Hurricanes 09/11/2017 While most of the Hurricane talk has focused on Harvey and Irma the Cougars went into Morristown’s Burke-Toney Stadium to battle a different kind of Hurricane. The Morristown East Hurricanes led by former Cougar head coach Dewayne Wells were the opponents this week and gave the Cougars a pitched battle. Morristown East took and early ...
  • Pat’s Place: The Legacy of Coach Wells 09/07/2017 This week we will see a familiar face on Friday night in Morristown. The Cougars play the Mo East Hurricanes and we will be facing down the man that truly laid the foundation for the football program, Coach Dewayne Wells. Wells took over at one of the lower points in Cougar football history. ...