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June 30, 2004

E-Twins have tough time with BriSox

Farm Bureau Twins spill SZ Red Sox

PC opposite Miller's in title contest   

June 29, 2004

BriSox punish E-Twins

Two BDBC members claim Super Chevy wins   

Respectable showing by ET Riverdogs

June 28, 2004

Moose withstands Trophies

Winfree lifts E-Twins with 10th-inning sacrifice fly

June 27, 2004

Twins, Rays split pair

Dino's sweeps tee-ball finals

JBR championship set for today

HH Dodgers cap splendid season with title victory

June 25, 2004

E-Twins score first conquest on strenght of Burns' bat

Ridgefield Racers edge Barracudas

Expert, Moose start Jr. Babe Ruth tourney on right note  

Peters' Concrete turns back B&R Construction   

Elizabethton's McKinney, Gill take both ends of doubleheader

Super Chevy Show begins today on Bristol drag   

June 24, 2004

McManus, Stanley key Barracuda victory   

June 23, 2004

Elizabethton unable to overcome White Sox

Peters' Concrete, Beauty Unlimited have success

Expert Express  tops Moose for second place

Dodge ball tournament to benefit Short family

Orange Crush gains World Series berth

June 22, 2004

Greeneville spoils E-Twins' opener

Red Sox register first win; Twins top first-place team

Moose, Expert Express post JBR victories

Riverdogs fall little short in PD Classic

June 21, 2004

E-Twins open with Greeneville tonight   

Two of Minnesota's top picks with 'Betsy club

Trophies achieves top regular-season honors   

June 20, 2004

Good encore

Shawn Witten to work under Sanders at UT   

Swift part of new class

Motors zooms to championship   

T-N-C thwarts Citizens in AL tourney final   

IRS, Beauty set up battle for first place   

Witten and buddy Romo gear up for training camp   

UT-bound Wiseman earns Bayless scholarship award

Jr. League title goes to Lions   

June 18, 2004

Nissan forces winner-take-all rematch against C.C. Motors

Record-breaker Mains slugs four homers in one game

Citizens, T-N-C to meet in AL final

Twisters test skills in tough camp

After strong golf career at Crockett, Phillips commits to Milligan College

Express, Moose have their way in JBR contests

Crush post runner-up showing in tournament

June 17, 2004

Buffs sign transfer from Lee University

ETSU's Davies named to Palmer Cup team

Skole announces new signee   

Poe resigns from Science Hill

June 16, 2004

Battle of the Barracudas

E-Fed, Bankers control games

West Side Christian, Hopwood-Oak Grove pick up church wins

David's Trophies, Expert Express prove triumphant in JBR action   

Page volleyball standout joins Lady Buff team

June 15, 2004

Senesi Classic again does its part for local Boys/Girls Club

Simmons' Roofing, BC tie; WHM rebuffs Estep

E-Express, Herb/Metal undenied

Ten-run second keys C-H victory

Ramblers place third

June 14, 2004

Trophies, Elks win decisively

June 13, 2004

Elizabethton 4x800 relay team leaves special mark

Hardin, Keith share coaching award

Diamondbacks, Padres Twins on winning end

Plouffe heads new list of E-Twins

Trophies turns triple play in loss   

Aaron set to crank up tennis lessons

Moose, DT, Herb/Metal rule Jr. Babe Ruth roost

June 11, 2004

Elizabethton promotes veteran football assistant to head coach

KFC fends off Sigma, Burgie nips VF Auction

Lawn Care, E-Federal end regular season on good notes

APA Pool League teams set to compete at VFW

June 10, 2004

Rangers feeling chipper

East Tennessee Amateur set to hit 10-year mark

Watauga Lake, BMS will be featured on outdoors show   

ETSU football alumni to hold reunion, plan for foundation

Milligan adds two players in basketball

Plemmons to play volleyball for MC

EHS to name Pless coach   

Elizabethton Dizzy Dean club tops C-D   

June 9, 2004

Campbell makes early assessments on 'Dogs

Greg's Pizza, Motors forge ahead in 'Betsy National tournament

Successful night for Trophies, Tetrick's

C.J. Bowling has big game

Heat upends Riverdogs in championship of SM Classic   

Federal squeaks past KFC

Carter County League Results

June 8, 2004

Highlanders working to maintain tradition

Rocky Top impressive in two wins

Citizens Bank hands  Lawn Care first loss

Carter County Bank, Nissan earn first round wins

Swift, Nida, Leonard to enter NET Sports Hall

Thunder splits pair of double-headers

David's Trophies, Moose earn BR wins

June 7, 2004

Hardin reflects on stellar season for Lady Cyclones

June 6, 2004

HV sophomore Caldwell gets nod as player of year

Moore gains LS All-American honors

Surprising Prime Time crowned flag champs

Marlins left weary by extra duty

Blossman caps undefeated season by winning tourney

ETSU putting post-football plans into action

Senesi Golf Classic tees off June 14

Elizabethton Dizzy Dean squad ups record to 9-1

Five area football players selected to play in Shrine All-Star Classic

KFC slips past E-Lumber; TNC bangs out 17 hits

Hyder lifts CCM to regular-season title

Miller's Plumbing bounces back, blanks Trophies

Masonry, WHM, Birchfield prevail in CCL

Baughman D-Backs collect trio of wins

Kimbrel Allstate, Dino's administer defeats

Citizens, TNC Lawn Care, Cline-Holder secure wins

June 5, 2004

Despite changes, Warriors ready for August practices

Marlins left weary by extra duty

Teague latest victim of poor treatment by young drivers

Miller's Plumbing bounces back, blanks Trophies

KFC slips past E-Lumber; TNC bangs out 17 hits

CCM knocks off two foes, KFC edges by Sigma

June 4, 2004

Early outlook promising for JC Longhorns

Piney Flats' Bandarra doubles his pleasure in fifth Mopar Mania

Golf tournament to benefit  Milligan College athletics

Giants turns back Marlins

Doe River Gorge Golf Challenge, hosted by Ridges, drawing near

Caldwell tops All-Watauga baseball team

June 2, 2004

Peters' Concrete retaliates against Miller's Plumbing

Carden fans 13  batters, lifting Citizens Bank

E-Twins, staff preparing for new season

Moose, Trophies emerge on top

Riverdogs clinch USSSA WS berth

Chambers flirts with perfection

Thunder starts season tonight

June 1, 2004

Spotlight belongs to pitchers

Wise inks with MC in softball

Milligan welcomes incoming talent