Month: April 2016

Photo Gallery: Elizabethton, Hampton and Unaka softball action

Saturday saw Elizabethton, Hampton and Unaka compete in the State Farm Elizabethton Classic at EHS and UHS. The teams squared off in pool play to set brackets for Gold and Silver divisions. Mother Nature, however, had another plans during tournament action on Saturday night as teams were unable to compete elimination play. With their record, Silverdale Baptist Academy – who is ranked No. 136 in the country along with No. 1 in Tennessee Class A – captured the tournament crown. For more photos, click here. « ‹ 1 of 22 ›...

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Johnson to lead Lady Cyclones basketball

The Lady Cyclones have a new face atop the program. Barry Johnson has been announced as the new head coach for the storied Elizabethton program. Johnson comes to EHS from TA Dugger where he served as the boys’ head coach. Prior to that, Johnson had a stellar run at Mountain Heritage (Burnsville, NC). In all, the coach has 30 years of coaching experience. The hire comes as a replacement for Len Dugger – who resigned after the season. Dugger led the Lady Cyclones during an incredible run which included Class AA State title in 2014. Prior to the start...

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Unicoi edges HV softball

The Lady Warriors were unable to keep pace with a solid offensive attack on Thursday. Happy Valley fell 7-1 to Unicoi County in Three Rivers Conference action in Erwin. After the Lady Blue Devils scored an early run, Cali Davis took advantage of an RBI double to cross home plate. However, that was the only run the Lady Warriors could muster in the game. Kenzie Davis had two hits for HV. « ‹ 1 of 5 ›...

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Photo Gallery: Happy Valley at Elizabethton baseball

The Cyclones used a big second inning to come away with a big Three Rivers win. Elizabethton scored nine runs in the bottom of the second to power the way to an 11-0 victory over Happy Valley on Monday night at Joe O’Brien Field. The Warriors were unable to get anything going early. EHS took advantage of baserunners in the home side of the inning by scoring nine runs on three hits. From there, the Cyclones stymied the HV offense to take win. « ‹ 1 of 17 ›...

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