When Class 6A Science Hill visits Class 4A Greeneville on Friday, school size won’t have much to do with it.
An abbreviated look at the week ahead in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia high school sports.
ELIZABETHTON — The storm that blew through the Tri-Cities on Thursday afternoon was a precursor to the action at Citizens Bank Stadium, where Dobyns-Bennett took on Elizabethton in non-conference girls soccer action.
Science Hill junior striker Paige Carlsen netted a hat trick in the Lady Hilltoppers’ 8-1 win over Dobyns-Bennett on Tuesday at Tipton Stadium.
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There have been a few down years in the history of the Science Hill vs. Dobyns-Bennett football series, and there have been some dandy matchups.
KINGSPORT — There were plenty of opportunities, but hardly any of them were converted.
Daniel Boone’s soccer team raced to a 3-0 lead at intermission and then held David Crockett at bay to take a 4-2 win on Tuesday.
When the high school football season changes from Week 1 to Week 2, it can oftentimes be a place where change rules.
The Dobyns-Bennett girls soccer team hosted Knox West on Thursday at Indian Highland Park. McKenzie Guest scored a first-half goal for the Lady Indians, but West got the equalizer in the second and the teams settled for a 1-1 draw.
The season started off with a bang on Tuesday afternoon for the Dobyns-Bennett girls soccer team. Taking on David Crockett, the Lady Indians breezed to a 9-0 victory at Indian Highland Park. Senior McKenzie Guest scored a hat trick to lead D-B. She
The season started off with a bang on Tuesday afternoon for the Dobyns-Bennett girls soccer team.