Month: April 2018

Photo Gallery: Guarantano leads Vols in Pruitt’s first spring game

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – With redshirt sophomore quarterback Jarrett Guarantano leading the charge, the Orange rolled to a 34-7 victory Saturday afternoon in the 2018 DISH Orange and White Game. On an absolutely beautiful spring afternoon, 65,098 Tennessee fans made their way to Neyland Stadium to get a first-hand look at the Big Orange in action under first-year head coach Jeremy Pruitt and his staff. Guarantano quickly emerged as the game’s standout performer, going on to earn most valuable player honors. He finished the day 15 of 27 passing for 226 yards and two touchdowns. He connected with six different...

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Thursday Round-up: Rangers pull past HV; Lady Cyclones roll

Unaka 12, Happy Valley 2 (baseball) The Rangers jumped out early to take a 12-2 win in a county clash. Unaka put four runs on the board in the opening inning, but Happy Valley battled back to cut the deficit in half in the second. The Rangers, however, added three runs in the third and two more in the fourth to seize control of the game. John Boy Ramsey limited HV to just three hits on the mound as he allowed just two earned runs with 11 strikeouts. Davy Ensor was 4-for-5 at the plate, while Dakota Gallimore, Isaac...

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Wednesday Round-up: Lady Cyclones, Cyclones take Three Rivers win

Elizabethton 12, Unicoi County 7 (softball) The Lady Cyclones found the offense when they needed it the most. Elizabethton erased a 7-5 deficit in the sixth with a four-run inning and added three more in the seventh pull away for a key conference win at Unicoi County. Maci West hit a pair of two-run homeruns while Haley Fair added another home run to the Elizabethton cause. At the plate, Hannah Edwards recorded three hits, while Kaylin Shell, Lauren Brickey, Kira Dillard, Maggie Johnson and West had two hits apiece. Fair finished with four RBI. In the circle, Brickey picked...

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Tuesday Round-up: Lady Rangers, Lady Cyclones take big wins

Unaka 13, University High 5 (softball) The Lady Rangers kept on scoring on Tuesday to pick up an important District 1-A win. Unaka scored eight runs in the first inning and added two more in the second to cruise to the win. Madison Pierce and Lilly Kiser were both 3-for-4 to lead Unaka, while Taylor Shanks, Erika Potter and Sarah Tipton had two hit days. Corie Scheuttler picked up the win as she allowed just three earned runs on seven hits. Elizabethton 9, Johnson County 3 (softball) The Lady Cyclones jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first...

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Bulldogs fall in snow game at UH

The Bulldogs braved Mother Nature but came of short on Monday. Hampton dropped a 9-5 decision to the Bucs in a game that looked like a winter wonderland at times with snow – including a delay while a heavier shower passed through. The Bulldogs saw UH take a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first, but got one of the runs back in the second. After the Bucs added two more in the home side of the fourth, Hampton added a run in the top of the fifth and sixth. However, UH added five total runs over those...

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