SEYMOUR—Ray Evans issued a challenge to Isaiah Elliott in practice — Elliott should be one of the top five players in the conference.
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NEWPORT—Sitting in the locker room having gone scoreless the first half, Gracie Gregg came to a crucial realization — her team needed her.
NEWPORT—It was an all-important district win, but Tuesday night’s victory over the South Doyle Lady Cherokees might have been one of the more frustrating wins in Jeremy Byrd’s coaching career.
The bracket is now set for the 31st annual Andrew Johnson Bank Ladies Classic after the official drawing for the event was held Monday evening at the bank’s headquarters on Main Street.
Soccer has come a long way in the Cocke County community over the years, and the hard work of today’s youth was put on display with postseason awards being announced at season’s end.
NEWPORT—The Cocke County High Fighting Cocks look forward to putting a new identity on their basketball program in the 2019-20 regular season.
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.