ROCK HILL, S.C. – After a four-goal outing in Carson-Newman’s 7-0 season-opening win over North Greenville, Tobias Solem Karlsen has been named the initial Player of the Week for the 2019 campaign from both the South Atlantic Conference and Tennessee Sports Writers Association. The awards we…
KANSAS CITY, MO - Carson-Newman linebacker Rondrow Peebles completed the weekly awards trifecta Tuesday night when D2Football.com named the Knoxville native its national defensive player of the week.
JEFFERSON CITY – A second-straight offensive outburst, this time with four different goal scorers, powered Carson-Newman to a 4-0 win over Salem in its home-opener Tuesday at McCown Field.
In their final two tune-ups before today’s big district match with Morristown West, Jefferson County High’s volleyball team swept matches Thursday and Tuesday from Bearden and Cocke County.
DANDRIDGE - The Maury Hornets made quick work of visiting Lincoln Heights Tuesday night, riding their powerful ground game to a 40-6 Middle Eight conference win.
Friday night’s Region 1-6A battle between undefeated Jefferson County and Knoxville West should be an “old-school” physical contest according to JCHS Coach Spencer Riley.
Carson-Newman junior Devon Moore was presented the 2019 South Atlantic Conference Men’s Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year award during halftime ceremonies of the Eagles’ football game Thursday night. Moore, also a receiver for the football team, is flanked by Track Coach David Needs (left) a…
The Carson-Newman football team will conclude the 2019 regular season with a trip to Limestone on November 9 and a home matchup against arch-rival Tusculum on November 16 at Burke-Tarr Stadium.
JEFFERSON CITY - Freshman Makayla Garner scored two goals as the No. 21 Carson-Newman Eagles defeated the Young Harris Mountain Lions 3-1 on Sunday afternoon at McCown Field.
Members of Jefferson County High’s state champion girls softball team were presented their championship rings Thursday night at halftime of the JCHS-Morristown West football game. Showing off their rings are (front row, from left) Makayla Alvey, Stephanie Steele, Mackenzie Skinner, Kaylan Fo…
Jefferson County’s cross country team raced at the 2019 Cherokee Classic meet in Sequoyah Hills Park Saturday, with the varsity boys finishing 19th out of 46 teams and the varsity girls 23rd out of 29 teams.
JEFFERSON CITY – Carson-Newman pounded out 334 yards rushing behind its vaunted veer-option attack and stiff-armed West Florida 20-13 to open the season Thursday night at Burke-Tarr Stadium.
DANDRIDGE - After fumbling the lead with eight minutes left in the fourth quarter, Jefferson County rallied behind senior quarterback Tanner Atkins Thursday night to defeat Morristown West, 28-20 – breaking an 11-game losing streak to one of their biggest rivals. The Patriots improved to 3-0…
White Pine is undefeated at 3-0, due largely to the abilities of Dallas Williamson, which were on full display Tuesday evening as the Cyclones dismantled Lincoln Heights 34-14, while piling up 303 yards total offense.
Jefferson County’s volleyball team has produced mixed results in its last two outings, dropping Tuesday evening’s home match 2-3 again Anderson County and wiping out Cherokee a week ago.
Following a run to the South Atlantic Conference semifinals a season ago for the first time since 2015, Carson-Newman was chosen to finish seventh in the SAC preseason poll, released on Tuesday morning.
ROCK HILL, S.C. – After a strong performance in the 2018 season coupled with a trip to the NCAA Southeast Regionals, Carson-Newman women’s soccer team has been ranked second in the preseason polls along with four Eagles named to preseason All-Conference teams.
The Jefferson County High cross country team started its season at the Terry Hull Crawford Cross-Country Classic meet in Greeneville Thursday. Both the girls’ and the boys’ teams finished in third place – the boys competing in a nine-team field, while the girls ran against three other teams.
Elizabethton – The JCHS Lady Patriots soccer team more than survived a three-hour round trip excursion to the upper reaches of East Tennessee Thursday evening with a 4-0 blanking of Elizabethton High School.
JEFFERSON CITY – Coming off one of the better seasons historically in Hickory, N.C., the Lenoir-Rhyne Bears welcome the Carson-Newman Eagles back inside Irwin-Belk Stadium October 9 for the fourth conference game of the season.
GATLINBURG - A 4-1 win over Oak Ridge Sunday ended the weekend on a high note for Jefferson County High’s soccer team at the Smoky Mountain Cup tournament.
MORRISTOWN - Abbie Zander’s first-half hat trick led the way Tuesday to a 9-0 win for Jefferson County High’s girls soccer team over Morristown East.
The Jefferson County High defense that throttled Sevier County last week in the second half will need to show up again this Friday if the Patriots are to pick up their second win of the season.
JEFFERSON CITY – Carson-Newman women's basketball coach Mike Mincey has added a former South Atlantic Conference Freshman of the Year to his roster, bringing over Lincoln Memorial transfer Qua Hines. She will have three years of eligibility and be available when the first semester finishes in 2019.
JEFFERSON CITY – Coming off a thrilling 33-30 overtime victory on the road in 2018 for the Eagles, Carson-Newman and Catawba will renew their annual gridiron showcase in Jefferson City this season on October 12 at 1 p.m.
After a disappointing 6-3 loss to Karns to open the season, the Lady Patriot soccer team battled Science Hill to a 0-0 draw at home Wednesday night. The contest was a rematch of last year’s regional battle between the two teams, won by the Hilltoppers after penalty kicks.
JEFFERSON CITY – Carson-Newman head football coach Mike Turner said he was pleased with his team’s business-like efforts following the second preseason scrimmage Saturday morning at Burke-Tarr Stadium.
DANDRIDGE - Having already lost a five-set decision to Morristown West two days earlier, the Lady Patriot volleyball team wasn’t about to let it happen again.
DANDRIDGE - With Jefferson County and Sevier County locked in a back-and-forth struggle at halftime of Friday’s season opener, it looked like the last team with the ball might win a close game.
Making up the 2019 Rush Strong School football team are (front row, from left) Cayden Stansberry, Jake Bolden, Noah Ownby, Kody Miller, and Josh Seeber; (second row, from left) Aaron Darden, Jace Estepp, Lucas Cooper, Colton Claiborne, Cynthia Washan, Ryan Finchum, Jacob Poore, and Glenn Jak…