JACKSBORO—Cocke County Fighting Cocks first-year head coach Scotty Dykes’ first game as head coach of his alma mater was an electric one, so to speak.
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.
NEWPORT—The 2019 high school football season is a mere two months away, and Cocke County High School’s first year head coach Scotty Dykes has his staff set for his opening season as head coach.
NEWPORT—Any time a local athlete moves on to the next level it’s always special. Cocke County’s Alec McCampbell’s situation has a full family feel, though.
As the spring sports season comes to a close for the 2019 season at the annual Spring Fling event in Murfreesboro, Tenn., athletes throughout the state are earning recognition for their efforts throughout the year.
NEWPORT—Cocke County athletic director A.C. Willis laid out his plan shortly after the high school head football coaching position became vacant.
MORRISTOWN—An early 2-0 deficit was erased with hot bats as the Cocke County Lady Red survived another elimination game in the District 2-AAA tournament on Tuesday.
MORRISTOWN—Ariel Holt and Jarica Ensley’s two-out bombs carried the Cocke County Lady Red over the Seymour Lady Eagles in Monday’s District 2-AAA elimination game.
NEWPORT—Two weeks have passed since former head coach of the Cocke County High School Fighting Cocks football program Caleb Slover announced he was resigning to take the same position at Region 1-5A rival Morristown East.
NEWPORT—With an opportunity to lock up third place in District 2-AAA, the Cocke County Lady Red were stymied by Morristown West in a one-run loss on Tuesday night.
NEWPORT—After helping lead the team to its best season in over two decades, Cocke County High School football coach Caleb Slover is on the move.
NEWPORT—The first of two matches between the Cosby Eagles and the Cocke County Fighting Cocks belonged to Cosby after its triumph on Tuesday.