• Cougar Soccer Makes it 3 in a Row. 04/22/2021
    Campbell County hosted the Oneida Indians this evening in a soccer border battle at CCHS. The game started quickly with CCHS taking a fast 1-0 as Caden Bostic got free behind the Indian keeper and pushed home a goal. The Indians stuck back moments later making it 1-1. The game evolved into a defensive one ...
  • Deadline Approaching To Submit Comments For TWRA 2022 Fishing Regulations 04/14/2021
    The deadline is approaching to submit comments for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s 2022 fishing regulations. The comment period concerning fishing regulations is open until April 19. The TWRA welcomes public input as the comment period is an opportunity for the public to share ideas and concerns about fishing regulations with TWRA staff. Public comments will be ...
  • Cougar Tennis Splits Pair with Anderson County. 04/12/2021
    The Cougars traveled to JayCee Park in Clinton this afternoon to take on the Mavericks of Anderson County in a district tennis battle. The Mavericks took the win on the girls side of the ledger. Shelby Bargy did pull off a victory for the Cougars in her individual match. On the boys side of things ...
  • Jellico Lady Blue Devils Basketball To Host Golf Tournament 04/08/2021
  • LMS Golf Takes Win 04/06/2021
    On a cold and windy afternoon at LaFollette country club the LMS Owls battled the Jacksboro Eagles and Norris Senators. LaFollette’s top four carded a 221 to take home the win. The Eagles finished second with a 232 and the Senators carded a 244. On the girls side Colie Thompson finished 1st with a 62 ...
  • Turkey Season To Open In April 04/01/2021
    Tennessee’s 2021 spring turkey hunting season is set to open in most areas of the state on Saturday, April 3. In an effort to help the turkey population in specific areas, the season starts April 17 in the new Mississippi Alluvial Valley (MAV) unit (consisting of Dyer, Lake, Lauderdale, Shelby, and Tipton counties) and in Giles, ...
  • Young Sportsman Turkey Hunt Kicks Off 2021 Spring Season 03/20/2021
    The 2021 Young Sportsman Turkey Hunt kicks off the spring hunting season in most areas of the state the weekend of March 27-28. The Young Sportsman Hunt will be held later in two areas of the state to benefit struggling turkey populations. The Young Sportsman Hunt is the weekend of April 10-11 in the newly formed ...
  • Cougars Fall 10-3 vs Oneida. 03/19/2021
    Cougar baseball battled Oneida on a rainy, cold and windy evening yesterday at Brown-Archer Field. Unlike the Tuesday pitching duel vs AC that saw Brady Rutherford strike out 9 in 6 and 2/3rds innings of no hit baseball, while the Cougars only managed one hit themselves, this one produced baserunner upon baserunner. The Indians quickly ...
  • Faulkner Named Honorable Mention All-America. 03/18/2021
    Cougar multi-sport athlete Riley Faulkner has been named Honorable Mention All-American by the Bassmaster Organization who runs high school and professional fishing tournaments nationwide. Faulkner is one of 36 students in the nation to receive the honor. In order to receive the recognition a student must not only be an excellent fishermen, they must also ...
  • Campbell County Children’s Center To Host “Taking Steps to Prevent Child Abuse” 1K Walk/Run 03/17/2021
    In a recent center survey, a child’s mother stated “Thank you for showing my son that he is not the one at fault”. April is Child Abuse Prevention month, a time to act collectively to raise awareness and empower victims throughout our communities. In lieu of the annual Child Abuse Prevention Luncheon, the Campbell County ...
  • Monday Takes To The River As A Lady Vol 03/16/2021
    In her four years as a Lady Cougar athlete Macy Monday was known for her strong work ethic in both her sporting and academic endeavors. After the COVID 19 pandemic ended her athletic career as a Lady Cougar she graduated with numerous honors and enrolled at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. While at UTK Monday ...
  • Zupancic Snatches Top Ten Finish 03/15/2021
    In early March Cougar Alumni Timmy Zupancic proved he was one of the absolutely best weightlifters on the collegiate level in the nation. Zupancic is part of East Tennessee State University’s Weightlifting Team. They are part of ETSU’s Olympic Training Center. He picked up an impressive 9th place overall finish in nation. This ...
  • Boshears And Lady Eagles Go Dancing 03/11/2021
    If you have followed Lady Cougar basketball even casually over the last several years you know the name Skylar Boshears. She was one of the most prolific players in the program’s history in her four years as a starter. She never failed to entertain fans that made their way into the John R.W. ...
  • Jacksboro Middle School To Host Cheerleading Tryouts 03/11/2021
  • TWRA Begins Four Year Wild Turkey Banding Project 03/10/2021
    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s Wildlife and Forestry Division is launching a 4-year, large-scale turkey banding project across the state to look at factors affecting gobbler harvest rates. Eastern wild turkey populations throughout much of the southeastern United States have declined over the past decade or more, including in parts of Tennessee. Of the possible causes ...
  • Tennessee Savage Elite Start Season With Tournament Victory 03/09/2021
    Another season on the diamond has dawned for the Tennessee Savage Elite. This all star team features 7 local athletes Bentley Freeman, Maddox Freeman, and Ryder Wallen. It also consists of young athletes from Knoxville, Chattanooga, Loudon, Sweetwater and Whitwell. They traveled to Virginia for the Perfect Game Opening Day blast Tournament, competing in ...
  • Changes Made To Public Land Duck Hunting, Blind Draw Procedures At TFWC Meeting 03/05/2021
    The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission (TFWC) approved several proposals by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency for changes to public land duck hunting and blind draw procedures at its two-day meeting which concluded Friday at the Marriott of Cool Springs. TWRA’s proposal for public land duck hunting is a significant effort to increase access for ...
  • 2021 NASP State Championships To Be Virtual Event 03/04/2021
    Due to COVID-19 concerns, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has announced the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) annual state championships will be a virtual event. Participating schools will have the month of March to complete the competition and submit their scores. The competition is divided into the elementary school, middle school, and high school ...
  • Johnson Signs with Maryville College. 02/26/2021
    Cougar kicker and soccer star Thomas Johnson signed today with the Maryville Scots to play football. Johnson was a two year starter for the CCHS football program. He famously made the game winning field goal as the clock ticked to zero to give the Cougars a win over the Carter Hornets in 2019. Johnson is a ...
  • 2021-22 Tennessee Hunting and Fishing Licenses Now on Sale 02/26/2021
    That time of year has rolled around again. The new 2021-22 Tennessee hunting and fishing licenses are now on sale, with over one million licenses expected to be purchased in the coming year. All current yearly Tennessee hunting and fishing licenses expire Sunday, Feb. 28. Licenses are available online anytime at www.GoOutdoorsTennessee.com, on the TWRA ...