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May 25, 2017

Sports

Cardoza signs with LMU 

In signing ceremonies at Grainger High School last Friday, Haylie Cardoza signed to cheer for Lincoln Memorial University. Pictured above front row (l-r) are: Stacy Barker, Haylie and stepmother, Christine Peterson, back row (l-r) are: cheer coach Amanda Kirby; stepfather, Daniel Barker; father, Michael Cardoza; and aunt, Jennifer Blume. Share your opinions and comments with

Grizzly football wraps up spring training

Elmer Smith  Grainger Today Correspondent  RUTLEDGE – The Grainger High School football team wrapped up its 15 days of spring practice Monday, May 15 with a scrimmage against the Gibbs High School Eagles. “We’re just so inexperienced at a lot of positions,” said Head Coach Chad Tate. “It’s been really good to get out and try

Spears signs with LMU 

In signing ceremonies held at Grainger High School last Friday, Parris Spears signed to cheer for Lincoln Memorial University. Front row (l-r) are: mother, Amy Spears; Parris; and brother, Bradley Spears, back row (l-r) are: brother, Saylor Spears; father, Shaun Spears; and Grainger cheer coach Amanda Kirby.   Share your opinions and comments with the editor.

Grainger track and field ends season in subsectional

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Corresponden GREENEVILLE– Last Tuesday, the Grainger High School track and field teams traveled toGreeneville Middle School to take part in the TSSAA Northeast Subsectional for class A and AAteams. Sophomore Preston Owens was the top finisher of the Grainger participants as he took ninth place in the 110-meter hurdles, with a

Grizzly baseball takes second in district tourney

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Correspondent TUSCULUM –In the District 2-AA baseball tournament played last Monday, May 8 atTusculum College, the Grainger High School Grizzly baseball team took on the Bulldogs from Claiborne High School. Due to the rain and wet grounds over the previous weekend, the first round of the tournament had to be postponed

Lady Grizzlies win District 2-AA championship

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Correspondent TAZEWELL – The Grainger High School Lady Grizzlies enjoyed an undefeated run to claim the tournament championship in last week’s District 2-AA softball tournament, played Monday through Thursday at Claiborne High School. The Lady Grizzlies, the number one seed in the tournament, opened play against the Lady Knights of Chuckey-Doak,

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Lady Grizzlies fall in region semifinal

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Correspondent RUTLEDGE – Monday afternoon the Granger High School Lady Grizzlies hosted the Unicoi Lady Blue Devils, the runners-up in District 1-AA,in a Region One semifinal game. Although pitcher Emily Agee pitched well enough to win the game, Grainger errors and lapses in judgment by the defense allowed Unicoi to take

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