Here’s some news and notes from the local sports scene…
If’n you smellt somethin’ like a burnin’ tar far, it wuz only li’l ol’ me havin’ one o’ my thinkin’ spells agin.
A fourth-quarter flurry by the home team lifted Clay County past Roane County 72-61 Friday in an LKC East boys basketball game.
The week for Roane County’s girls basketball team included a home win and a pair of losses on the road.
Things evened up in divisional play for Roane County’s boys after they recorded a pair of lopsided victories at the Castle.
You cain’t juddje a book by its civver ‘n you woodn’t always know it by jest a-lookin’ at my football forecastrashun’s, but I is one smart goomer, if’n I do have to say so myself (and it peers like I does).
It’s that time of year again – or actually, a few days past time.
Matt Ashley was fondly remembered for many attributes and accomplishments after he passed away recently at the age of 58.
Sinct it seams like everybody’n there cuzzins what cain’t even carry a toon in a rusty bukit kin have ‘em a gratest hits recurd to sell on the TV, then so kin l’il o’ me.
Freshman Kamryn Starcher swished a long 3-pointer at the buzzer Friday to give Roane County’s girls a 49-46 LKC East basketball victory over visiting Webster County.