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Following the best Cumberland County High School football season in 20 years, the Jets are back in action for spring and summer offseason work.

High school football in Tennessee is two months away, and the Stone Memorial Panthers have been in action this spring and summer preparing for the 2022 campaign.

Summer basketball camp is underway for the new-look Cumberland County High School Jet basketball team as CCHS looks to replace seven seniors from last year.

CRYSA's annual soccer camp awarded individual MVP awards for each age group along with an overall camp MVP on Friday.

The Cumberland County High School football and cheer teams are hosting a free youth camp June 6-8 from 5:30 p.m. until 7. Youth in kindergarten through eighth grade are invited for the three-day camps.

Six Crossville athletes competed in Tuesday’s TSSAA Class AA state track and field meet with three bringing home top-three finishes.

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U.S. national soccer team star Megan Rapinoe is among a group of leading sports figures who have expressed anger over the Supreme Court’s decision to strip the nation’s constitutional protections for abortion, decrying an erosion of rights that women have had for a generation. Billie Jean King, who just celebrated the 50th anniversary of Title IX, is also dismayed by the decision. Women playing for teams, including NWSL's Racing Louisville and the WNBA's Dallas Wings, will be directly impacted by the decision.

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Ryan Preece won for the second straight year at Nashville Superspeedway and gave David Gilliland Racing its second consecutive NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory Friday night. Preece shot ahead on the final restart with nine laps left and held off fellow Ford driver Zane Smith. Preece has made only eight Truck starts, winning both of the series’ events on the 1.33-mile oval. He also has won twice on the Xfinity Series. The 31-year-old Preece, from Berlin, Connecticut, is a reserve driver for Stewart-Haas Racing. He’s racing a limited scheduled in NASCAR’s top three series. Cup driver Todd Gilliland won for his father’s team last week in Iowa on the dirt at Knoxville Raceway.

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