WISE — Twin Springs played its way into the Region 1D tournament Thursday.
Tonight’s District 1-AA girls’ basketball games at Sullivan East have been postponed to set up a four-game slate of games on Friday at the Dyer Dome.
Friday night will feature game No. 3 for Gate City and Wise Central boys basketball. This time a title and a trophy and a whole lot of pride will be on the line.
Olivia Doran scored 16 points and Caitlyn Wallace ended with 10 to lead Dobyns-Bennett to a 51-32 victory over Tennessee High in a District 1-AAA tournament game at Cherokee High School on Wednesday.
Basketball can be a wild game, but there is rarely anything more crazy than what happened Wednesday night at the Dyer Dome.
Mac McClung, Zac Ervin and Bradley Dean each reached the 2,000-point mark for their careers, putting Gate City on the national map.
Ridgeview had four players reach double-figure scoring on the way to a 62-29 victory over Lee High on Tuesday in the opening round of the Mountain 7 District girls basketball tournament.
Twin Springs is headed to a Cumberland District girls championship game clash with Eastside after knocking off second-seeded Thomas Walker 59-49 on Tuesday in the tournament semifinals.
The third-seeded Gate City girls dodged upset-minded John Battle 42-41 on Tuesday to advance to Thursday’s Mountain 7 semifinals.
There will be a new girls basketball champion in the Mountain 7 District. Union used a late 5-2 run to close out Wise Central, the three-time defending VHSL Class 2 champion, 65-60 on Tuesday in the district tournament.
Twin Springs and Eastside have a date in the Cumberland District girls championship game after their victories Tuesday in the semifinal round at Virginia-Wise's Prior Convocation Center. The Lady Titans knocked off second-seeded Thomas Walker 59-49
Emma Gouge recorded a double-double of 13 points and 15 rebounds and the David Crockett girls slipped past Volunteer 46-45 on Tuesday in District 1-AAA tournament play.
With the regular season in the books, here is a brief look at some of the unexpected things that stood out in the 2019-20 basketball season — ranked in order of the level of surprise.
New to this week’s Upcoming Events list are several Kingsport Parks and Recreation events: youth baseball, softball and T-ball signups as well as a Glow Dodgeball tournament.
Abingdon joined Wise Central in the Mountain 7 semifinals while in non-tournament action across in the state line, University High topped KACHEA and Tri-Cities Christian dumped Bethel Christian.