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ETSU will play Sam Houston State in Tuesday night’s Cayman Islands Classic championship game at Freedom Hall. Chicago State and Jackson State will meet in the consolation game.
In Monday’s women’s game, Notre Dame College started fast and played strong the rest of the way for a 64-53 win over Virginia-Wise.
The Virginia-Wise men and women welcomed Notre Dame College to the Prior Center for a Mountain East Conference basketball doubleheader on Monday. The Falcons swept the Cavaliers, winning the men's game 97-86 and the women's game 64-53.
The Sullivan South boys basketball team finished off a busy Saturday by finishing off Sullivan North in a matter of moments, storming to a 75-40 rout of the visiting Golden Raiders.
Don’t even raise the question of another VHSL Class 2 girls basketball championship when the focus is on the Central Lady Warriors.
Science Hill’s boys basketball team beat Abingdon and Johnson County and the Longhorns topped Sullivan North on Friday during Hall of Champions action in Mountain City.
WISE — Virginia-Wise started sluggishly but finished with a flurry Thursday to win its first game on its home floor.
KINGSPORT — Freshman Cooper Johnson made back-to-back 3-point goals Thursday night and Sullivan South held on for a 79-76 overtime victory over Daniel Boone in the basketball season opener for both teams.
HAMPTON — Sullivan Central used a second-half adjustment to pull out a 52-37 win over Hampton on Thursday night at Van Huss/White Gymnasium. The Lady Cougars went from man-to-man defense to zone in the second half and used that adjustment to
Nov 15, 2018 at 10:44 PM
ERWIN — Thursday’s Hall of Champions contest at Unicoi County marked the return of a champion coach.
While Mac McClung is now making top 10 ESPN plays for the Georgetown Hoyas, Gate City coach Scott Vermillion and the Blue Devils are looking for a way back to Richmond and a shot at repeating as state champs after finishing 28-2 last year.
“I think it was a lot of jitters and excitement building up to playing the first game in the Dome this season. Things aren’t going to be particularly pretty in early November basketball.”
In a season of removing the “unprecedented” tag from many things, David Crockett faces face another chance at a first. The Pioneers, like other area football teams, have never taken down a Knoxville power in the postseason.