NEWPORT—The overwhelming start from the Daniel Boone Trailblazers was too much for the Cocke County Fighting Cocks to handle on Friday.
NEWPORT—With three weeks left in the season, the Cocke County High Fighting Cocks still control their own destiny when it comes to the postseason.
MORRISTOWN—The Cocke County High Lady Red saw their season wrap up after a hard-fought match with the Morristown East Lady Hurricanes on Wednesday.
NEWPORT—It’s a new week for the Cocke County High Fighting Cocks, but the caliber of the opponent across the field remains the same it’s been over the last month.
NEWPORT—Mikayla Gregg’s goal of topping last year’s win total is still alive, but Cocke County couldn’t generate the offense or the defense it needed to accomplish the feat on Tuesday night.
DANDRIDGE—With the regular season in the books, it’s all about postseason success for the Cocke County High School golf team as the calendar shifts to early fall.
NEWPORT—The first half of the 2019 campaign will conclude with yet another matchup against a top 10 team in the state for the Cocke County High Fighting Cocks.
MORRISTOWN—The first year for head coach Mikayla Gregg of Cocke County has had its challenges to it, but she is finding ways to keep her team progressing.
NEWPORT—The hits just keep coming for the Cocke County High Fighting Cocks football program, and this week isn’t going to get any easier.
NEWPORT—Cocke County came into Friday’s home opener hoping to carry momentum from last week’s win over Northview Academy. Instead, they ran into one of the best Class 2A teams in the state.
NEWPORT—On the back end of its non-region slate for 2019, the Cocke County High Fighting Cocks will take the field for the first time this season under the lights at Larry Williams Stadium.
NEWPORT—With a new week comes new opportunity, which is exactly how the Cocke County High Fighting Cocks are looking at week two of the 11-week football calendar going into this week.
NEWPORT—A tough night was in store on Tuesday for the Cocke County Lady Red after coming off their first victory of the season the night before.
NEWPORT—Kick off for the 2019 high school football season is just over a week away, and the Cocke County High Fighting Cocks are making the most of the lead-up to the season opener.