A rainy Friday forecast sent several area football teams scrambling for a Thursday kickoff.
For the last couple football seasons, Jeremy Fields and Kevin Wilson have voluntarily painted a cougar paw on Bernie Webb Field at Sullivan Central High School, making sure it’s just right when the Friday night lights come on.
Elizabethton rallied for a 60-53 win over South on Friday in the District 1-AA boys tournament, and Johnson County topped Central for its first region berth since 2014.
Today marks seven years since a gunman entered Sullivan Central High School in Blountville, my alma mater. Just like I’ve done every August since it happened, I’ve been thinking a lot about that day over the past few weeks. I remember almost every detail of that day just like it was yesterday.
Rebels down Cougars 45-28 while Lady Cougars earn 48-32 victory over the Lady Rebs.
Sullivan Central battled Sullivan South on Wednesday night and the Lady Cougars came away with a 67-50 victory.
Sydney Hurd’s 22 points helped Sullivan Central score a victory over Sullivan South on Wednesday night.
Both Science Hill teams came away victorious against Sullivan Central during their trips to the Dickie Warren Dome. The Lady Toppers won 53-22. The Topper boys won 75-55.
Down by two goals in the first half, the Lady Rebels soccer team got one through in the second and pressed hard for the draw, but the Lady Cougars ultimately prevailed 2-1 in the non-conference tilt on Thursday.