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Dobyns-Bennett hopes to keep its boys soccer program flying high with Monday's announcement that Tom LaGuardia is the Tribe’s new coach.
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Basketball season is about to begin for East Tennessee State, and fourth-year coach Steve Forbes is ready to go.
Blake Rutherford resigned as Dobyns-Bennett soccer coach Wednesday, deciding to take another opportunity outside of education and coaching.
Many area teams will begin their quests for state football championships when the first round of the TSSAA playoffs begin Friday. But only six championship trophies are available.
Also in this week’s NET Notes, the Tribe Hogs were all about their business Friday night, pounding pads — which allowed Ian Hicks to rush for 284 yards — while the pass protection was solid enough for a completion rate of 60 percent.
Tennessee High beat Dobyns-Bennett 4-3 on Tuesday in the District 1-AAA soccer semifinals at Indian Highland Park, clinching a spot opposite Science Hill in the finals.
Cami Davidson scored twice for Elizabethton, which defeated Sullivan Central 3-1 on Tuesday night in a District 1-AA match at Citizens Bank Stadium.
Sullivan South and Sullivan Central both advanced in the District 1-AA soccer tournament, though in opposing fashions. The Lady Rebels won a squeaker while the Lady Cougars rolled on Monday.
Over the past two games, Greeneville’s first-team offense held the ball for a little over five minutes and scored 77 points. Eleven touchdowns. That’s a touchdown for every 28 seconds of clock time.
The Dobyns-Bennett Lady Indians hosted Morristown East on Senior Night at Indian Highland Park. The Tribe rolled away with a 9-0 victory.
Bernard Childress and Karissa Niehoff have co-authored an opinion piece about kids growing up in the digital age, and their solution hits the target square in the center.