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Late Fall In Tennessee Could Make Bassmaster Open On Douglas Lake Challenging

Late Fall In Tennessee Could Make Bassmaster Open On Douglas Lake Challenging

When it comes to the lakes operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority, timing is usually vital to the quality of fishing. On Douglas Lake, in particular, “timing” can be a relative term. This year’s Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Eastern Open on Douglas Lake is actually taking place a week later than last year’s Open on [...]

Bassmaster Eastern Open #4 September 13-15

Bassmaster Eastern Open #4 September 13-15

Vols Cruise Past Bucks for Pruitt’s First Win

Vols Cruise Past Bucks for Pruitt’s First Win

Jeremy Pruitt earned his first win as a collegiate head coach in dominant fashion as the Tennessee Volunteers defeated in-state foe ETSU 59-3 Saturday evening at Neyland Stadium. “To me, I don’t see this any different than any game I’ve ever coached in,” Pruitt said. “I’m happy we won, and you’ll find out (about me) the [...]

Patriots Raid the Hornets 28-3

Patriots Raid the Hornets 28-3

On a hot September Friday night, the Jefferson County Patriots took to Leroy Shannon Field for the second time of the season.  Still reeling from the home loss against Bearden, Jefferson County came on to the field looking for redemption. The Patriots came out on the field, donning the throwback red jerseys with gray pants, [...]

Jordan Shines as Vols Fall to #17 West Virginia in Opener

Jordan Shines as Vols Fall to #17 West Virginia in Opener

 Tennessee fell to No. 17 West Virginia, 40-14, to open the 2018 season Saturday in the Belk College Kickoff at Bank of America Stadium. The Volunteers now turn their focus to next Saturday’s home-opener against ETSU. Kickoff for that contest—which marks first-year UT head coach Jeremy Pruitt‘s Neyland Stadium debut—is set for 4 p.m. ET (SEC Network). [...]

Patriots Mauled by Bulldogs 28-0

Patriots Mauled by Bulldogs 28-0

After two big wins on the road, the Jefferson County Patriots returned to their home field for the first time of the 2018 season.  The Bearden Bulldogs traveled over from Knoxville to Leroy Shannon field, and gave the Patriots their first major challenge of the season. The night started off with Bearden kicking off to [...]

Lady Patriots Soccer Blazes Down the Field

Lady Patriots Soccer Blazes Down the Field

The Jefferson County Lady Patriots Soccer Team has been fall sports’ little secret. The girls’ season started back on August 10, against Carter.  They ran away with the victory, and have been on fire ever since.  Most recently, over the past weekend, the Lady Patriots competed against Cleveland, Fairview, and Corbin to bring the Smoky [...]

Patriots Downgrade Hurricanes, 25-0

Patriots Downgrade Hurricanes, 25-0

The Jefferson County Patriots, still hyped from their comeback win against Sevier County last week, traveled to Morristown East High School Friday night. The first quarter started off with the Hurricanes unable to move the ball, and it only took a couple minutes for the Patriot defense to force a turnover on downs. After a [...]

Patriots Overcome 15 Point Deficit to Defeat Sevier County 32-21

Patriots Overcome 15 Point Deficit to Defeat Sevier County 32-21

The Jefferson County Patriots traveled to Sevierville to face the Sevier County Smoky Bears to kick off the 2018 season Friday night. It took the Patriots a while to gain their bearings and get the gears going for their first game. A messy first quarter riddled with penalties allowed the Smoky Bears to get off [...]

Lady Vol Head Coach Holly Warlick Awarded Contract Extention

Lady Vol Head Coach Holly Warlick Awarded Contract Extention

University of Tennessee Director of Athletics Phillip Fulmer announced Friday that head women’s basketball coach Holly Warlick has agreed to a contract extension through the 2021-22 season. “Holly has dedicated the majority of her adult life to Lady Vols basketball, and there is no one better suited to lead what is one of the most unique and tradition-laden programs [...]

Vols Camp Report: First Fall Scrimmage in the Books

Vols Camp Report: First Fall Scrimmage in the Books

Tennessee held its first scrimmage of fall camp on Sunday afternoon at Neyland Stadium, running 116 total plays between regular scrimmage work as well as situational, red zone and goal line work. “We played a lot of guys in a lot of different situations with a lot of different groups,” Pruitt said. “At the beginning [...]

VOLS Camp Report: Kennedy, Kirkland Look To Step Up As VOLS Move To Full Pads

VOLS Camp Report: Kennedy, Kirkland Look To Step Up As VOLS Move To Full Pads

 Two players expected to make an impact this fall for the Tennessee football team did not compete in any games for the Vols in 2017. Redshirt juniors Brandon Kennedy and Darrin Kirkland Jr. were both competing in the Orange and White on Wednesday afternoon, however, on the indoor fields at the Anderson Training Center after inclement weather forced [...]

Local Teen Reeling In Competition On National Level

Local Teen Reeling In Competition On National Level

Long before most of us are getting our morning routine started, in the dawn of the day, 16-year-old Garrett Bartlett has already been hard at work, hitting the lake. Growing up on the Holsten and French Broad Rivers for as long as he can remember, Garett started fishing with friends and neighbors. Showing a love [...]

Carson-Newman’s Fishing Team Reels in Top-20 Finish in National Championship

Carson-Newman’s Fishing Team Reels in Top-20 Finish in National Championship

Taking on a competitive and grueling environment, Carson-Newman University’s fishing team, the Eagle Anglers, secured a 17th-place finish in the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Championship. Hunter Sales, of Blaine, and Tristan Stalsworth, of Jefferson City, launched onto Lake Tenkiller in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, for a fierce contest against 136 teams. Only the top 12 teams [...]

JCHS Season Tickets and Parking Passes Available Starting 8/4

JCHS Season Tickets and Parking Passes Available Starting 8/4

JCHS Season Football Tickets and Parking Passes will be on sale starting Saturday (8/4/18) during the “Battle in Dumplin Valley”. Season Football Tickets will be $40 and Parking Passes will be $20. We will be selling season tickets and parking passes during the Battle in Dumplin Valley at JCHS from 10:00am-2:00pm, or at the varsity [...]

Vol Football Announces Time, Additional Details for Fan Day

Vol Football Announces Time, Additional Details for Fan Day

The Tennessee Volunteer football team invites fans to meet the Vols in Neyland Stadium on Sunday, Aug. 5, for an open practice at 2:30 p.m. followed by an autograph session. Admission and parking are free for the event. Gate 21 will be open to fans at 1:30 p.m. The autograph session will begin at the [...]