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D. Crockett vs SHHS

Volunteer vs Dobyns-Bennett

Sull. East vs Elizabethton

Sullivan North vs Unicoi Co.

Sull. Central vs D. Boone

Grainger vs West Greene

Chuckey-Doak vs Greeneville

Greeneville Cheerleaders

Sull. South vs Happy Valley

Unaka vs Hampton

South Greene vs Tri-Cities Christian

Chilhowie vs JI Burton

Richlands vs Union

JI Burton Band

Va. High vs J. Battle

Abingdon vs Gate City

Central vs Castlewood

Holston vs Twin Springs

 

 

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  • Toppers run past unbeaten Trojans

    Touchdown Friday Night Highlights 9/12

    Touchdown Friday Night Highlights 9/12

    VA High vs TN HighVolunteer vs CherokeeJeff. Co. vs GreenevilleWest Greene vs North GreeneGate City vs Sull. SouthMo. West vs SHHSD. Crockett vs ElizabethtonScience Hill marching bandHappy Valley vs Hampton Johnson Co. vs CloudlandD-B vs Sevier Co.Sull. North vs Union, VaWiseVAentral vs JI BurtonAbingdon CheerleadersChilhowie vs AbingdonG. Wythe vs MarionTwin Springs vs P. HenryJ. Battle vs HolstonHaysi vs Clintwood
    VA High vs TN HighVolunteer vs CherokeeJeff. Co. vs GreenevilleWest Greene vs North GreeneGate City vs Sull. SouthMo. West vs SHHSD. Crockett vs ElizabethtonScience Hill marching bandHappy Valley vs Hampton Johnson Co. vs CloudlandD-B vs Sevier Co.Sull. North vs Union, VaWiseVAentral vs JI BurtonAbingdon CheerleadersChilhowie vs AbingdonG. Wythe vs MarionTwin Springs vs P. HenryJ. Battle vs HolstonHaysi vs Clintwood
  • Toppers run past unbeaten Trojans

    Touchdown Friday Night Scoreboard 9/12

    Touchdown Friday Night Scoreboard 9/12

    High School Football scores for Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia on Friday, September 12, 2014
    High School Football scores for Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia on Friday, September 12, 2014
  • WJHL celebrates Friday Morning Kickoff with Greeneville High

    WJHL celebrates Friday Morning Kickoff with Greeneville High

    Darren Reese Greeneville SunDarren Reese Greeneville Sun
    Students in Greeneville got up really early with News Channel 11 to celebrate high school football. We visited Greeneville High School and they welcomed our cameras in a big way!
    Students in Greeneville got up really early with News Channel 11 to celebrate high school football. We visited Greeneville High School and they welcomed our cameras in a big way!
  • Lady Indians finished 2nd

    Dobyns-Bennett boys win district golf championship

    Dobyns-Bennett boys win district golf championship

    The Boys team won the District 1-AAA Tournament @ Cattails Golf Course with a tournament record score of 286 and the Girls got 2nd Place with a score of 161 Eddie Karst of Dobyns-Bennett won the Individual Championship with a tournament record score of 68 and Dobyns-Bennett's Haverly Harrold won the girls with a tournament record score of 70 Rest of DB scores were James Beckner Will Nottingham both shot 69 and Lyle Miller shot 80 They advance to the Region next week, also played @ CattailCa...
    The Boys team won the District 1-AAA Tournament @ Cattails Golf Course with a tournament record score of 286 and the Girls got 2nd Place with a score of 161 Eddie Karst of Dobyns-Bennett won the Individual Championship with a tournament record score of 68 and Dobyns-Bennett's Haverly Harrold won the girls with a tournament record score of 70 Rest of DB scores were James Beckner Will Nottingham both shot 69 and Lyle Miller shot 80 They advance to the Region next week, also played @ CattailCa...
  • ETSU football team had last taken the field back on Nov. 22, 2003

    ETSU football takes practice field for first time

    ETSU football takes practice field for first time

    On a newly lined field and in front of a gathered crowd that included students, fans, media and others, the ETSU football team and head coach Carl Torbush's coaching staff participated in the first official practice for the new program Monday afternoon on the fields located next to the ETSU Center for Physical Activity. With players in helmets and no shoulder pads, the team went through both individual conditioning, as well as offensive and defensive team drills. Torbush said the day was a re...
    On a newly lined field and in front of a gathered crowd that included students, fans, media and others, the ETSU football team and head coach Carl Torbush's coaching staff participated in the first official practice for the new program Monday afternoon on the fields located next to the ETSU Center for Physical Activity. With players in helmets and no shoulder pads, the team went through both individual conditioning, as well as offensive and defensive team drills. Torbush said the day was a re...
  • Titans gave up 220 yards rushing

    Titans: Woes in home opener largely self-inflicted

    Titans: Woes in home opener largely self-inflicted

    So upset with himself, Titans defensive lineman Jurrell Casey has posted grades of his play against Dallas on the wall beside his locker. He plans to keep that as a constant reminder until he fixes those mistakes. The Titans struggled enough in their home opener to paper much of the locker room if they follow Casey's example. They fell behind 16-0 and lost 26-10 in a game coach Ken Whisenhunt says nobody played great. And Whisenhunt said Monday a lot of the issues were self-inflicted by the T...
    So upset with himself, Titans defensive lineman Jurrell Casey has posted grades of his play against Dallas on the wall beside his locker. He plans to keep that as a constant reminder until he fixes those mistakes. The Titans struggled enough in their home opener to paper much of the locker room if they follow Casey's example. They fell behind 16-0 and lost 26-10 in a game coach Ken Whisenhunt says nobody played great. And Whisenhunt said Monday a lot of the issues were self-inflicted by the T...
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