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Fresh off of claiming a school record and an automatic national qualifying time in the 60-meter dash, junior sprinter Devon Moore was named the National Athlete of the Week by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Tuesday.

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DANDRIDGE - Maury’s boys and girls swept to a pair of wins Monday night, topping visiting West View in Middle Eight Conference basketball play.

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DANDRIDGE - Kobe Parker poured in 32 points and the Jefferson County Patriots extended Seymour’s season-long losing streak to 18 games Tuesday night with a workman-like 78-48 win.

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A Sunday afternoon shooting session apparently was all Cayla Smith needed to break out of a shooting slump.

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JEFFERSON CITY - No. 24 Queens staved off a late Carson-Newman rally and both teams weathered an hour-long power outage in an 84-72 win for the Royals Saturday afternoon at Holt Fieldhouse.

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Jefferson Middle School’s boys and girls both had rough nights on the hardwood Thursday, dropping a pair of games to visiting West View.

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White Pine’s boys and girls both posted wins over visiting Meadowview last week, in impressive fashion.

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JEFFERSON CITY – Addison Byrd and Braelyn Wykle combined for 45 points and went 17-for-24 from the field in an 89-63 Carson-Newman victory over Queens Saturday at Holt Fieldhouse.

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DANDRIDGE - It wasn’t a thing of beauty, but Jefferson County’s 39-34 win over Sevier County Friday night kept the Lady Patriots atop the District 2-AAA standings.

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DANDRIDGE - Stellar defense and a patient offense carried Jefferson County High’s boys to their biggest win of the year Friday night – a 61-56 decision over Sevier County that gave them a share of the District 2-AAA lead.

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Makayla Alvey’s level of play may be a theological statement. Within minutes of being named MVP of the Andrew Johnson Bank Ladies’ Classic she made it clear to a media representative that she wanted ‘to give God all of the glory.”

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Patriot wrestlers closed the 2019 portion of their schedule by competing in two different tournaments the weekend of December 21.

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BRISTOL - Jefferson County High had two champions and four runners-up on their way to a fourth place finish in the prestigious Brimer Brawl in the Hall last weekend at Tennessee High.

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DANDRIDGE - Big scoring advantages in the second and third quarter carried Jefferson County High’s boys to an easy 75-44 win over Morristown West Tuesday night.

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DANDRIDGE - Jefferson County High’s girls were 3.2 seconds away from defeat Tuesday night against Morristown West when Madee Denton came to the rescue.

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GREENEVILLE - Jefferson County High needed a strong second half to secure a 46-38 victory over Upperman High in last Monday’s semifinals of the Ladies Classic Tournament.

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BOCA RATON, FL – The Carson-Newman swim team defeated the Lynn University Fighting Knights 146.5 to 96.5 on the women’s side and 153 to 89 on the men’s end in their first official event of the spring season.

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SALISBURY, N.C. – Carson-Newman coughed up 22 turnovers and Catawba took advantage to collect a  98-91 win over the Eagles Saturday afternoon at Goodman Gym.

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SALISBURY, N.C. – Kelci Marosites converted the game-tying foul shot at the end of regulation and Kayla Marosites had a shot block and game-winning free throw in overtime to knock 19th-ranked Catawba from the undefeated ranks in a 69-68 Carson-Newman overtime win at Goodman Gym Saturday.

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GREENEVILLE – The “signature win” against Oak Ridge came with a nice trophy, lots of accolades and, in effect, a target, said Jefferson County High girls basketball Coach Rick Sinard.

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JEFFERSON CITY – With two top-three finishes in the fall, including a win at the North Georgia Fall Invitational, 24th-ranked Carson-Newman gears up for a five-tournament spring slate that paves the way to the South Atlantic Conference championship in late April.

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JEFFERSON CITY - Carson-Newman baseball coach Tom Griffin has officially released the 2020 schedule, featuring series against two of the top three national seeds in the 2019 NCAA Baseball Championship.

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Modern Woodmen Representative Richard Hall (far left) presented a matching fund check for $609.68 to the Jefferson County High boys basketball program December 13, prior to their game with Morristown East. The funds matched a basketball fundraiser held earlier in the year. Pictured with Hall…

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GREENEVILLE - Back-to-back three-pointers by Cayla Smith gave Jefferson County the lead for good, and clutch free throws by Tara Scales and Makayla Alvey preserved a 46-42 win over East Hamilton Thursday in the first round of the Andrew Johnson Bank Ladies’ Classic Tournament.

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GREENEVILLE — A solid 46-31 defeat of the Lanier (Georgia) Lady Longhorns allowed Jefferson County’s Lady Patriots to set their sights on a Monday evening semifinal contest. At press time, the JCHS squad was tipping off against Putnam County’s Upperman High School Lady Bees at Hal Henard Ele…

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MARYVILLE - Jefferson County High concluded a strong run in the Maryville Christmas Tournament Saturday night, defeating Fulton 49-42 to capture third place.

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WICHITA FALLS, Texas - Carson-Newman linebacker Rondrow Peebles and corner Desmond Fairell have been presented All-America honors by both the Division II Conference Commissioners Association and the Associated Press.  

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Jefferson County High’s swim team finished second in their most recent home meet – a four-way competition at the Carson-Newman University pool that included Tennessee High, and Morristown East and West.

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JEFFERSON CITY – Mars Hill knocked down 58 percent of its shots after halftime and used an 8-0 run to hand Carson-Newman a 99-90 loss Wednesday night at Holt Fieldhouse.

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JEFFERSON CITY - Mike Mincey became Carson-Newman’s winningest women’s basketball coach Wednesday night, getting his 108th victory in the Lady Eagles’ 106-44 romp over Mars Hill at Holt Fieldhouse.

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KNOXVILLE - Maryville unleashed its version of shock and awe on an undermanned Jefferson County High squad Friday night, doubling up the Patriots 92-46 in the PrepXtra tournament at Fulton High’s gym.

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The Jefferson County High girls basketball team received a $1,500 matching check from Modern Woodmen Friday, prior to their game with Morristown East. The check, presented by Modern Woodmen Representative Richard Hall (back row, right), matches a team fundraiser held earlier this year. Pictu…

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KODAK - Jefferson County’s girls got off to a slow start offensively and never recovered Monday night in a 49-42 loss to Northview Academy.

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NEWPORT - Jefferson County put five players in double figures and led start to finish Tuesday night, rolling to a 69-47 district win over Cocke County.

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