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Thursday May 21 | via Knoxville News Sentinel
Tamia Crockett's last appearance in the state Class AAA track and field championship was more like a coronation than a farewell. The Hardin Valley Academy senior cemented her legacy as one of the top throwers in state history by winning the shot put and discus Thursday at the Middle Tennessee State University track. Comment?
Wednesday May 13 | via Knoxville News Sentinel
Jenica Brown's slap-happy approach to hitting is responsible for the bulk of her production at the plate this season. Brown muscled a two-run, walk-off double to the warning track in the seventh inning, pushing the host Lady Warriors past Carter 5-4 in the Region 2-AA softball championship game. Comment?
Tuesday May 12 | via Knoxville News Sentinel
Bo Lewis, the former Jefferson County coach who guided the Lady Patriots to a pair of sectional berths, was hired as Carter's girls basketball coach on Tuesday. Lewis served as a teacher and girls basketball coach at Carter Middle School the past two years. Comment?
Monday May 11 | via Knoxville News Sentinel
Bailey Kimball's walk-off single in the seventh inning of Monday's Region 2-AA softball semifinal will generate the most headlines. Blackburn pitched out of a bases-loaded jam to preserve a tie and set up the drama to end the game as Carter edged visiting Kingston 4-3. Comment?
Saturday May 9 | via Knoxville News Sentinel
Phots by JESSICA TEZAK/NEWS SENTINEL Morristown West's Katlyn Haas, right, supports her teammate Jessica Lord after winning the 4x800 relay race during the Class AAA track sectionals Saturday at Hardin Valley Academy. Morristown East's Isaiah Kyle races over a hurdle during the Class AAA track sectionals at Hardin Valley Academy Saturday, May. 9, 2015. Comment?
Thursday May 7 | via Knoxville News Sentinel
Jefferson County High School's softball team found a groove just in time for the District 2-AAA softball tournament, and put that momentum to good use on Thursday. Chelsea McSpadden had the go-ahead, two-run single in the seventh inning as the Lady Patriots edged top-seeded and host Seymour 7-5 for their first district championship since 2011. Comment?
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