And so another football season comes to pass for The Daily Times and the high schools it covers after a 70-game regular season, 16 playoff games, three BlueCross Bowls, two state championships and one more fantastic fall.
Saturday the world marked the 50th anniversary of man’s landing on the lunar surface. Today, newspapers mark the 50th anniversary of that news being distributed to their readers in print.
The Wise Old Owl strikes again. As Maryville College issued the speculated upon announcement confirming that after 38 seasons as the head men’s basketball coach at his alma mater, the upcoming 39th campaign would be Randy Lambert’s last, the coach of 700-plus victories in over 1,000 games wa…
It’s been the stuff from which legends are born. Greenbacks season has had enough odd twists and turns to inspire a Homeric adventure, the kind of moments Hollywood wouldn’t have to embellish to keep the audience riveted. Through it all, the 46 players with an ad hoc coaching staff have had …
Deep in the bowels of The Daily Times Sports Collection, Information and Dissemination Command Center a lot of events come across the radar screens. In the mass of basketball tournaments, league signups, team car wash notices, hiking, running cycling, pancake breakfasts, kickball standings a…
There’s the sound of gnashing teeth and piles of pulled out hair blowing like early fall leaves across the river. There’s a bit of a pop in the step and smiles over on this side of the river, at least around the Maryville College campus.
With UT’s first eight points on her ledger before taking a blow, call Bashaara Graves’ performance Saturday an application of the third and fifth rules of bracketology.
If anyone needed another testament to the need for a fuel rewards card and a suitcase to appreciate this Tennessee basketball team’s potential it was duly written in UT’s rally against Vanderbilt in Nashville and certified with the Vols spending another day in the SEC tournament.
Alcoa’s 2015 football schedule made the rounds Thursday and was floating around on social media by late afternoon, proudly displaying the fact that for the first time in a decade the Tornadoes will be playing all of the other three teams that call Blount County home.
It has an official name on the sideline and in the huddle. It has several unprintable alternative references provided by the teams who have been on the other side of the Maryville College goal line sweep package. In the press box, we call in Clan McRader Right.
It’s out of the frying pan and into the fryer for Maryville this week as the Red Rebels complete the opening run of three teams that made it to Murfreesboro last year in the District 4-AAA opener at Knox West.