Greeneville High School was faced with the tough task of replacing a two-time state championship coach when girls soccer coach John Eiskamp announced he was retiring in January.
by: Tate Russell Assistant Sport Editor — The Greeneville Sun 13h
While the Iditarod wrapped up just over a week ago in Nome, Alaska and the hundreds of canine participants are now taking it easy in the frozen north, there were
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Remembering the original draftnik on the 40th anniversary of his deathWe all understand how importan…
by: Conor O'Neill Winston-Salem Journal — The Greeneville Sun 22 Mar
The goal for former Wake Forest safety Cameron Glenn at Wednesday’s pro day was a simple one: Wake people up.
by: Tate Russell Assistant Sports Editor — The Greeneville Sun 22 Mar
Cayden Foulks was untouchable on Thursday evening for North Greene as he carried the Huskies to a win over South Greene.
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LARAMIE -- Wyoming’s stinginess on defense the past couple of seasons has started up front.
by: Bennett Durando — The Greeneville Sun 21 Mar
Mike Glazier has developed something close to a one-man monopoly on representing collegiate athletic departments in NCAA enforcement cases, and he's Missouri's man for its appeal. Has his longstanding approach
by: Alec Lewis — The Greeneville Sun 21 Mar
MU's athletic department ranks near the bottom of the Southeastern Conference in a couple of critical fund-raising numbers: donors and dollars. Hence the #ShowMe1839 campaign.
by: Aidan Carlsen — The Greeneville Sun 21 Mar
Juniors Jessica Yuen and Cherise Otter will make their return to the Tigers' lineup.
by: Madison Guernsey firstname.lastname@example.org — The Greeneville Sun 21 Mar
From now until the start of Idaho State’s spring football practices March 26, we will preview the top storylines to follow as the Bengals prepare for the 2019 season.
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