Tianna Tarter scored 24 points and fellow guard Grace Herrin made four of Science Hill’s 13 3-pointers in an 82-36 win against Dobyns-Bennett on Tuesday at Science Hill.Comments
The Hilltoppers got 16 points from Calvin Songster and 12 from Peyton Wingate to outlast preseason favorite Dobyns-Bennett 57-53 in a Big Seven Conference game Tuesday at Science Hill.Comments
Streaks are good conversation pieces, but the longer they go and the more they're talked about the harder it is to sustain them. Or does that make it harder to break them?Comments
Before this season, Malik McGue was a dynamic player who occasionally threatened the defense. This year, McGue had defenders grasping at straws on nearly every snap.Comments
Dustin Day scored 24 points and Patrick Good added 22 more to lead David Crockett over Greeneville in Tuesday’s late quarterfinal of the 24th annual Hardee’s Classic basketball tournament.Comments
Washington County rivals Daniel Boone and David Crockett posted opening-round wins in the 24th Hardee’s Classic basketball tournament on Monday night.Comments
There is little doubt Knox Fulton was the better football team in Friday’s Class 4A state quarterfinal game, but it should also be noted Greeneville had a real opportunity for an upset.Comments
Hunter Hensley scored 12 points, making 4 of 5 three-point attempts and handed out eight assists as Science Hill opened the Big Seven Conference schedule with a 63-46 victory at Daniel BooneComments
Xavier Hawkins and Penny Smith put on a two-man show in the first half, and Knox Fulton beat Greeneville 40-20 in a TSSAA Class 4A state quarterfinal football contest Friday nightComments
Science Hill quarterback Malik McGue was chosen as the Big Seven Conference player of the year by the league on Friday.Comments
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