Autumn Bradshaw was on “Cloud Nine” after her steal and last-second basket lifted the Daniel Boone girls to a most improbable win over Christian Academy of Knoxville in the opening game of Saturday’s Roundball at the Palace.Comments
Tennessee finally felt the effects of playing without injured point guard Ariel Massengale.Comments
Plenty of opinions have been expressed about how things will go in the chase for area basketball championships. Now it's time to let the action on the court do the talking.Comments
While it's not February, some teams use December basketball tournaments as a building block for postseason success. Science Hill started the trend back in the late 1980s.Comments
Science Hill led all of 14 seconds Saturday night against Webb School of Knoxville. They were the most important 14 seconds.Comments
Science Hill trumped another slow start with a fast finish, though it’s a troubling trend for first-year coach Keith Turner.Comments
Calvin Songster made his first six shots, including three 3-pointers, en route to a career-high 34 points Friday night, helping host Science Hill defeat CAK 75-51 on the opening night of the Doubletree Roundball in the Palace.Comments
David Crockett had no answer for Chase Branscomb, Tennessee High’s 6-foot-8 senior center, who scored a game-high 19 points to lead the Vikings to a 61-48 road win on Friday night.Comments
After streaking through the first four games of conference play, Science Hill’s basketball teams will venture back outside the conference at the Doubletree Roundball in the Palace this weekend at Science Hill. The field includes Knox Webb and CAK, alongComments
Science Hill is once again at the head of the area class in wrestling, but the Hilltoppers have some unfinished business hanging over from last year. Their grip on the region title was pried loose by Dobyns-Bennett.Comments
Unaka took its first step toward defending its Watauga Valley Conference title with a 55-35 win over the Junior Bucs.Comments
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