Kingsport’s Bill Argabrite has never been to the Golf World Hall of Fame, but he’s in it — in a photo as a member of the 1975 Wake Forest national championship team.
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Say one thing for rising ETSU senior Jack Rhea: He knows how to pick golf courses.
The 71st Ridgefields Invitational is coming up this week and club owner Stan Pace says the Donald Ross golf course is poised for a big event.
Football coaches often talk about taking what the defense gives you. It’s time for the TSSAA — and everybody — to adopt that mindset when dealing with athletics and the global pandemic.
Gate City’s Chance Taylor birdied the final two holes Sunday to win the 27th William B. Greene Jr. East Tennessee Amateur at Elizabethton Golf Course.
The 27th annual William B. Greene East Tennessee Amateur golf tournament took on a definite Gate City flavor Saturday.
Bill Sergent III, the golf coach at Union College in Kentucky, was part of the Powell Valley team that won the 1972 state title at Lonesome Pine Country Club.
Nobody enjoys playing in the William B. Greene Jr. East Tennessee Amateur more than Joe Brooks. And on Friday, nobody played better.
VHSL Executive Director Billy Haun said, at this point, it’s just simply too early to tell what impact the COVID-19 pandemic will have on the fall sports season for Virginia’s high schools.
Tyler Lane knows the history he is chasing this week, and he’s not hiding from it.
Golf seems to have a leg up on the rest of the crowd of fall sports in Tennessee, but there are still challenges ahead.
Postseason trips in boys and girls basketball highlighted Twin Springs’ sports seasons in 2019-20.