SportsSullivan South Rebels ramble past Longhorns 42-12

By Tim Chambers

Taking the line from of an old Charlie Daniels song, the “South” did it again on Friday night inside of Paul McEwen Stadium leaving a large fan base from Colonial Heights “proud they were Rebels.”  The eighth ranked team in 4A defeated pesky Johnson County 42-12 in what could be the last time they’ll meet on the football field.

The Longhorns will join the 3A reclassification ranks next year while South will move up to play in 4A. More...


Playoffs at stake for ‘Horns and ‘Pats

By Tim Chambers

Trying to knock off Sullivan East on Thursday could be like trying to drop kick the late great Andre the Giant for Johnson County. But the Longhorns will need to find a way to take down the mighty Patriots if they expect to make a third straight playoff appearance.

Both teams are tied for third place at 3-2 in the conference with losses to Elizabethton and Sullivan South. East comes in at 6-3 overall while the ‘Horns are currently 4-5. More...


Tomahawk Talk

By Tim Chambers

The Tennessee and Alabama contest on Saturday was a painful reminder as to what a true Volunteer football fan has to endure sometimes.

I would rather eat dirt than lose to the Tide and Gators in the same season. So I’ve had to endure a lot of “mud pies” lately. More...


Remember when?

By Tim Chambers

Remember when?

Alan Jackson told us that song that “old ones died and new were born.” You’ll find that to be true in sports. More...


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