Loudon High School head football coach Jeff Harig on Friday knew the game against the Sequoyah High School Chiefs was going to be in his favor from the opening whistle.
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The Greenback Cherokees dropped a pair of games to bigger schools to start the season, but that ended Friday night as the they won their fifth straight over Class 2A rival Oneida, 20-7.
Following the Loudon High School Lady Redskins’ 3-1 dominant win Thursday over the Sequoyah High School Lady Chiefs, LHS head volleyball coach Jody Bunch could not keep from grinning.
The North Panthers cross country team, which combines students from North Middle and Lenoir City Intermediate/Middle schools, kicked off the 2019 season last week in the Victor Ashe Fall Park Classic.
For a third straight week, the Loudon High School Redskins brought intensity to the field and picked up the first Region 3-3A win of the season with a 35-0 shutout of the Brainerd High School Panthers.
The Lenoir City High School Panthers entered Friday’s game against the Soddy Daisy High School Trojans with hopes of winning their third straight Region 4-5A opening game in three years.
Date Opponent Location ResultAug. 23LoudonHome54-20 L Aug. 30Meigs CountyAway27-20 LSept. 6SunbrightHome61-20 WSept. 13OneidaHome20-7 WSept. 20Oliver SpringsHome Sept. 27Lenoir CityAway Oct. 11CoalfieldAway Oct. 18HarrimanAway Oct. 25MidwayHome Nov. 1OakdaleAway
Date Opponent Location Result Aug. 23 GreenbackAway54-20 W Aug. 29 Lenoir CityHome 28-7 WSept. 6 BrainerdHome 35-0 WSept. 13 SequoyahAway56-7 WSept. 20 Signal MountainAway Sept. 27 Polk County Home Oct. 4McMinn CentralHome Oct. 18 SweetwaterHome Oct. 25 Walker ValleyAway Nov. 1Red BankAway
Date Opponent Location Result Aug. 23HeritageAway21-20 WAug. 29LoudonAway28-7 LSept. 6Soddy DaisyHome49-14 LSept. 13CarterAway20-7 LSept. 20Rhea CountyAway Sept. 27GreenbackHome Oct. 4Walker ValleyHome Oct. 18GibbsHome Oct. 25SeymourAway Nov. 1 William BlountHome
Players and coaches from the Lenoir City High School baseball team volunteered time Aug. 25 at Lee Russell Complex to help teach the Lenoir City Parks and Recreation Department 9-11 Mets youth team.
Loudon High School girls soccer coach Sam Harrison was disappointed following a 3-0 loss to rival Lenoir City High School last week, yet remained hopeful about the team's future.
Laughter and tears filled the Loudon High School cafeteria Sunday as former coaches, players and families reunited for the inaugural LHS Football Hall of Fame class induction ceremony.
After suffering a crushing 42-14 loss to Lenoir City High School last season, the Loudon High School Redskins circled the calendar and made it a point to reclaim county bragging rights in 2019.
The Greenback School Cherokees gave everything they had until the final whistle Friday night in a physical road battle against the Class 2A No. 3 Meigs County High School Tigers.
After dropping the first two games of the season, the Lenoir City High School Lady Panthers volleyball team returned home Thursday and fell to Christian Academy of Knoxville in two sets.
Loudon High School head football coach Jeff Harig got the fast start he was looking for Friday night, as the Redskins rolled past the Greenback School Cherokees 54-20.
Thousands of eyes will be on Loudon County on Thursday when the Lenoir City High School Panthers and Loudon High School Redskins prepare to compete for year-long bragging rights in the Battle of the Bridge rivalry.
As Heritage High School’s football players kneeled in a semicircle and listened to coach Tim Hammontree’s post-game speech Friday night, they were distraught.
High school golf teams are entering the midway point of the 2019 season, and the Lenoir City High School Panthers and Loudon High School Redskins are in the thick of competing for top spots.
Following Friday's disappointing 54-20 loss to Loudon High School, the Greenback School Cherokees are turning their attention to this week's road game against the Meigs County High School Tigers.
Friday nights in the fall are special for high school football teams and fans, but it’s also a unique opportunity for cheerleaders who help pump up the crowd and add excitement to an already electric atmosphere.
The North Panthers football team, which combines students from North Middle and Lenoir City Intermediate/Middle schools, are off to an 0-2 start to the season, but head coach Richie Wilhite remains excited.
The Junior Redskins football team, which combines students from Fort Loudoun Middle and Philadelphia Elementary schools, is off to a good start this season after defeating the Jefferson Middle School Eagles 28-6 on Aug. 8.
When the clock hit zero in last season’s 46-15 loss to Fulton High School in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs, Lenoir City High School head football coach Jeff Cortez knew he had a rebuild on his hands.
Following a devastating 24-21 loss to Whitwell High School in the Class 1A semifinals, Greenback School head football coach Greg Ryan knew he had to fix his gaze on the 2019 season.
The Lenoir City High School boys golf team saw mixed results Thursday in a tri-match against Christian Academy of Knoxville and William Blount High School at Tennessee National.
Four anglers represented Lenoir City High School on the national stage over the weekend in the Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster BASS High School Nation championship on Kentucky Lake.