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Saturday Sprint Cup Series at Darlington:  Kevin Harvick became the first repeat winner of the 2014 season on Saturday night, storming past race leader Dale Earnhardt Junior following the final restart and driving on to victory at Darlington Raceway.  Harvick needed overtime to claim his twenty-fifth-career win, working through two attempts at a green-white-checkered finish before beating runner-up Earnhardt by a half-second.  Jimmie Johnson placed third with Matt Kenseth and Greg Biffle completing the top five.  Harvick thus ends a run of seven different winners through the first seven races of the season.  Coupled with his victory on March 2nd at Phoenix International Raceway, Harvick is now virtually assured of a spot in the expanded sixteen-driver post-season field.  He can finish no lower than thirteenth in the driver rankings based on race wins that will determine eligibility for the Chase.  As long as Harvick remains thirtieth or better in the point standings, he’ll race for a championship come September.  Saturday’s victory lifted him from twenty-sixth to twenty-second, now sixty-three points clear of that thirtieth-place cutoff.  Harvick’s Number-4 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet was the dominant car Saturday night, leading a race-high 238 laps.  He’s the first pole sitter to win a Cup Series event at Darlington since Dale Jarrett in 1997 … Jeff Gordon finished seventh and remains atop the standings, by a single point over Kenseth … Kyle Larson was the highest-placed rookie, in eighth … The race featured twenty-two lead changes among twelve drivers with eleven cautions for fifty laps. 

Friday Nationwide Series at Darlington:  18-year-old Chase Elliott passed race leader Elliott Sadler on the final lap Friday night at Darlington Raceway and took the checkered flag for his second Nationwide Series win in a week.  Elliott had claimed his first career victory just seven days before in Texas, closing the deal then by leading the final sixteen laps.  The Darlington race, though, went right down to the wire with Sadler unable to hold Elliott off after taking the white flag.  The margin of victory was twenty-eight hundredths of a second with Matt Kenseth, Kyle Busch and Joey Logano completing the top five.  Elliott’s victory, in his Number-9 Junior Motorsports Chevrolet, snapped Joe Gibbs Racing’s four-year winning streak on the South Carolina oval.  And Elliott has replaced Brian Vickers as the youngest race winner in Darlington history.  Vickers was two months shy of his twentieth birthday when he won a NASCAR Busch Series race (now Nationwide Series) in August 2003 … Busch started from the pole and led a race-high eighty-four laps, including the first nineteen trips around the one-point-three-mile egg-shaped oval before eventually settling for fourth place.  Elliott’s victory also kept him atop the Nationwide Series standings.  He holds a thirteen-point advantage over teammate Regan Smith heading into NASCAR’s annual break for the Easter holiday.  Smith finished eighth in Friday’s race … which included thirteen lead changes among just six drivers: Busch, Sadler, Elliott, Mike Wallace, Kevin Harvick and Kyle Larson … There were seven cautions for thirty-one laps … After the Easter break, the series will resume April 25th at Richmond International Raceway. 

Southern League Baseball:  The Tennessee Smokies dropped the opener of their home series with Jackson on Monday night 6-4.  Tuesday's scheduled noon game has been postponed to Thursday due to weather and will be made up as part of a doubleheader at Smokies Park.

NBA:  The Memphis Grizzlies clinched the 8th and final Western Conference playoff spot Monday with a 97-91 win at Phoenix, who they led by one game for the postseason berth.  Zach Randolph scored 32 points and collected nine rebounds as the Grizzlies clinched their fourth straight playoff appearance. 

NHL:  The Nashville Predators missed out on the NHL playoffs but ended their season on a high note over the weekend, outscoring Chicago 7-5 Saturday and beating Minnesota 7-3 on Sunday.  Monday, the Predators announced that Barry Trotz, the team's coach since it came to Nashville 16 years ago, will not return next season.

CHS Lady Dragon hoops coach resigns:  Clinton High School girls’ basketball coach Tonya Lively-Snyder has resigned after 15 years on the bench.  The Lady Dragons are coming off a 4-20 season that saw them bow out of the first round of the District 3AAA tournament.  Since the 2001-02 season—the last for which reliable records are available—Clinton’s girls went 134-221.  Her best season at Clinton was the 2008-09 campaign, when her team led by future NAIA standouts Cody Houck and Amber Taylor went 22-9 and advanced to the Region tournament.  The coaching vacancy has been posted on the school system’s website and CHS athletic director Dan Jenkins says the school has already received several “fantastic” applicants.  Jenkins also says that the school is grateful for what she has done for the school over the past 15 years.  Lively-Snyder will remain at CHS as a US History teacher. 

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HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL

Monday April 14th:  Clinton 9 Campbell County 3...Anderson County 13 Halls 6...Webb 16 Oak Ridge 1...Oakdale 14 Sunbright 3

Saturday April 12th:  Pigeon Forge 7 Clinton 4...Science Hill 13 Oak Ridge 3...Dobyns-Bennett 14 Oak Ridge 6...Rockwood 14 Fulton 4

Friday April 11th:  David Crockett 10 Anderson County 3...Catholic 13 Clinton 3...Clinton 10 West 8...Oak Ridge 10 East Hamilton 8...Heritage 22 Campbell County 18...Midway 17 Wartburg 7...Rockwood 17 Sweetwater 2

Thursday April 10th:  Hardin Valley 12 Clinton 4...Morristown West 9 Anderson County 3...Bearden 13 Anderson County 3...Oak Ridge 11 Seymour 2...Oakdale 16 Mt. Pisgah 2...Knoxville Christian 14 Midway 7

Wednesday April 9th:  Anderson County 2 Karns 0...Central 5 Oak Ridge 4...Halls 5 Campbell County 0...(Game 1) Rockwood 6 Grace Christian 4...(Game 2) Grace 13 Rockwood 4...Alcoa 11 Kingston 10

Tuesday April 8th:  Gibbs 10 Anderson County 4...Powell 6 Oak Ridge 1...Oliver Springs 14 Jellico 1...Alcoa 3 Kingston 0...Oakdale 3 Sweetwater 2

Monday April 7th:  Karns 13 Clinton 1...Anderson County 3 Oak Ridge 1...Gibbs 13 Campbell County 3

Saturday April 5th:  Oak Ridge 8 Fulton 4...Midway 11 Mt. Pisgah 1

Friday April 4th:  Campbell County 6 Lenoir City 3...Midway 7 Sweetwater 3

Thursday April 3rd:  Hardin Valley 10 Clinton 2...Powell 16 Campbell County 0

Wednesday April 2nd:  Anderson County 11 Central 0...Gibbs 11 Clinton 4...Campbell County 11 Oak Ridge 9

Tuesday April 1st:  Oak Ridge 8 Clinton 6...Powell 12 Anderson County 0...Rockwood 13 Oliver Springs 2...Grace Christian 4-11 Harriman 3-1...CAK 15 Kingston 1

Monday March 31st:  Central 5 Clinton 4...Anderson County 3 Knoxville Christian 0...Oak Ridge 12 Halls 0...Midway 7 Tellico Plains 0...Webb 15 Rockwood 3...CAK 10 Kingston 0...Grace Christian 4 Harriman 3

Friday March 28th:  Sullivan South 6 Anderson County 4...Anderson County 8 Pigeon Forge 4...Midway 21 Mt. Pisgah 5...Rockwood 11 Sweetwater 1

Thursday March 27th:  Stone Memorial 4 Anderson County 3...Heritage 13 Clinton 4...Fulton 16 Oliver Springs 6...Central 10 Harriman 2...Kingston 6 Carter 5...Rockwood 18 Coalfield 4...Wartburg 10 Sunbright 8

Wednesday March 26th:  Powell 4 Clinton 0...Anderson County 9 Campbell County 6...Karns 11 Oak Ridge 8...Harriman 6 Meigs County 5...Catholic 13 Kingston 3

Tuesday March 25th:  Catholic 17 Kingston 5

Monday March 24th:  Campbell County 5 Clinton 1...Halls 2 Anderson County 1...Oneida 6 Oliver Springs 4...Oakdale 14 Coalfield 4

Friday March 21:  Clinton 11 Lenoir City 1...Anderson County 13 Oakdale 3...Anderson County 6 Loudon 2...Midway 15 Wartburg 4...Coalfield 16 Jellico 5...Rockwood 12 Sunbright 1

Thursday March 20:  Union County 6 Clinton 3...Alcoa 6 Anderson County 5...Sweetwater 7 Oliver Springs 5...Heritage 18 Campbell County 12...Rockwood 11 Coalfield 1

Wednesday March 19:  Karns 11 Anderson County 6...Oak Ridge 3 Central 2...Halls 10 Campbell County 4...Rockwood 14-16 Tellico Plains 3-2.

Tuesday March 18:  Halls 7 Clinton 4...Anderson County 2 Gibbs 0...Powell 10 Oak Ridge 0...Oakdale 7 Oliver Springs 0...Karns 5 Campbell County 0...Oneida 15 Wartburg 0

Monday March 17:  Karns 6 Clinton 1...Anderson County 7 Oak Ridge 2...Oakdale 9 Oliver Springs 1

Saturday March 15:  Oak Ridge 4 Grace Christian 3...Hardin Valley 6 Oak Ridge 5...Central 13 Coalfield 3

Friday March 14:  Knoxville Christian 28 Oliver Springs 4...Anderson County 6 Loudon 5...William Blount 12 Oak Ridge 2...Kingston 8 Harriman 0...Midway 12 Cosby 2

Thursday March 13:  Lenoir City 2 Clinton 1...Pigeon Forge 12 Anderson County 5...Sequoyah 11 Oak Ridge 6

Wednesday March 12:  Gibbs 8 Clinton 1...Anderson County 15 Central 2...Oak Ridge 12 Campbell County 2

Tuesday March 11:  Clinton 9 Oak Ridge 2...Anderson County 9 Powell 1...Oliver Springs 13 Sunbright 4...Central 12 Campbell County 2...Wartburg 19 Scott 9

Monday March 10:  Clinton 11 Central 1...Webb 11 Anderson County 1...Halls 11 Oak Ridge 1...Oliver Springs 13 Sunbright 2...Powell 14 Campbell County 1...Harriman 8 Sweetwater 1...Midway 4 Oakdale 1...Carter 12 Kingston 0

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HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL

Monday April 14th:  Powell 9 Anderson County 1...Halls 13 Clinton 2...Oak Ridge 7 Campbell County 3...Sunbright 14 Oakdale 13

Saturday April 12th:  McCreary Central 5 Coalfield 3...Carter 3 Harriman 2

Friday April 11th:  Anderson County 3 Oneida 1...Kingston 7 William Blount 6...Coalfield 6 Pulaski County 2

Thursday April 10th:  Grace Christian 7 Clinton 0...Central 11 Anderson County 1...Oliver Springs 9 Rockwood 0...Powell 15 Campbell County 0...CAK 16 Kingston 5

Wednesday April 9th:  Halls 17 Oak Ridge 0...Alcoa 2 Oliver Springs 0

Tuesday April 8th:  Gibbs 13 Anderson County 0...Powell 9 Clinton 4...Catholic 3 Oliver Springs 2...Grace 13-7 Rockwood 0-1...Halls 21-15 Campbell County 0-0...Harriman 1-1 Tellico Plains 0-0

Saturday April 5th:  Alcoa 7 Anderson County 1

Thursday April 3rd:  Oneida 11 Anderson County 10...Gibbs 11 Clinton 2...Oliver Springs 1 Harriman 0...Alcoa 9 Kingston 6...Meigs County 11 Rockwood 0

Wednesday April 2nd:  Central 17 Oak Ridge 0...CAK 13 Kingston 2

Tuesday April 1st:  Anderson County 16 Campbell County 0...Clinton 8 Anderson County 6...Clinton 6 Karns 1...Grace Christian 6 Harriman 1...Alcoa 6 Midway 5

Friday March 28th:  Union County 13 Anderson County 8...Oliver Springs 1 Huntland 0...Midway 3 Rockwood 2...Kingston 5 Mother McAuley 0...Huntland 4 Kingston 2

Thursday March 27th:  Halls 15 Anderson County 1...Karns 16 Oak Ridge 2...Harriman 8 Oneida 0...Catholic 10 Kingston 6

Wednesday March 26th:  Halls 13 Oak Ridge 0

Monday March 24:  Powell 8 Anderson County 2...Oliver Springs 10 Oneida 0

Friday March 21:  Rockwood 16 Sunbright 1...Scott 5-6 Oakdale 4-5.

Thursday March 20:  Clinton 14 Oneida 3...Oak Ridge 13 Campbell County 3

Saturday March 15:  Moore County 10 Oak Ridge 2

Friday March 14:  Clinton 12 Oneida 2...Ooltewah 5 Oak Ridge 4...Catholic 15-7 Harriman 3-10...Rockwood 16 Wartburg 4

Thursday March 13:  Powell 16 Campbell County 0...Stone Memorial 5 Harriman 1...Kingston 5 Meigs County 4

Tuesday March 11:  Powell 16 Clinton 6...Gibbs 13 Anderson County 3...Oak Ridge 2 Morristown West 0...Oliver Springs 17 Sunbright 0...Harriman 9 Oneida 1

Monday March 10:  Karns 8 Anderson County 7...West 10 Oak Ridge 2

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HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

Friday April 11th:  Gatlinburg-Pittman 8 Harriman 0...Oneida 5 Kingston 4

Thursday April 10th:  Stone Memorial 3 Kingston 0

Tuesday April 8th:  Rockwood 3 Carter 2...Oneida 5 Harriman 1

Friday April 4th:  Rockwood 1 Clinton 0...Kingston 1 Alcoa 0

Thursday April 3rd:  Rockwood 2 Scott 1

Tuesday April 1st:  Clinton 1 Oak Ridge 0 (First CHS men's soccer win vs. Oak Ridge since 1998)...Catholic 10 Oliver Springs 0...Kingston 9 Bledsoe County 0

Monday March 31:  Carter 4 Oliver Springs 0

Friday March 28:  Clinton 2 Halls 1

Thursday March 27:  Hardin Valley 2 Oak Ridge 1...Cumberland County 2 Kingston 0...Gatlinburg-Pittman 3 Rockwood 2

Tuesday March 25:  Catholic 6 Oliver Springs 0

Thursday March 20:  Campbell County 2 Scott 1

Friday March 14:  Kingston 8 Harriman 2

Thursday March 13:  Fulton 2 Rockwood 1...Kingston 3 McMinn Central 3

Tuesday March 11:  Clinton 2 Scott 0...Berean Christian 10 Oliver Springs 0...Rockwood 12 Harriman 0

Monday March 10:  Clinton 5 Oneida 1


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