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ESPN Tri-Cities is heard on FM 94.3 & AM 1400 in the Kingsport, Tennessee area, FM 97.7 & AM 1590 in Johnson City, Tennessee and FM 98.1 & AM 1490 in the Bristol, Tennessee area. 

In addition to the ESPN All-Sports format, you'll hear local high school sports: Dobyns-Bennett Indians, the Science Hill Hilltoppers, and the Tennessee High Vikings, as well as local college sports.

Hey gang, don't forget to take our Tri-Cities Captured POLL (find it on this page). Eddy Gray is a contributing photographer for the Tennessee High Vikings, Lady Vikings, and ESPN Tri-Cities.


Hey ESPN-TriCities listeners, are you looking for a good golf course? Be SURE to check out the Country Club of Bristol

The country club is the birthplace of organized golf in the State of Tennessee.  It was originally formed in 1894 by Boston native and area newcomer, W.O. Came and several of his local friends. In 1999, the course was reshaped by the Mark McCumber design group and the changes were executed by Course Crafters (responsible for reshaping Augusta National).

The Club’s course features a challenging 6,474-yard, par-71 layout that is situated on 150 acres of rolling hills. 

No matter your skill level, the professional staff will help you improve your game, and make your round more enjoyable. First time golfer, seasoned player, and anyone in between; you will have fun hitting the links at the Country Club of Bristol. The professional staff also does club fitting for Titleist, Callaway and Taylor Made.



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Let's talk Tennessee High Viking sports on ESPN Tri-Cities (WOPI-AM 1490 & FM 98.1). Tune-in to the Wednesday night Coachs' Show at Quaker Steak & Lube in Bristol.

Tennessee High Play-by-Play Crew. Left to right, John Monroe (Stats), David Dowell (Play by Play), Chris Estep (Color Commentary).  --Eddie Gray Photography-- 

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Kingsport's WKPT-ESPN "Voice of the Indians" stream is sponsored by Horizon Credit Union.
Bristol's WOPI-ESPN "Voice of the Vikings" stream is sponsored by BILL GATTON HONDA.
Johnson City's WKTP-ESPN "Voice of the Toppers" stream is sponsored by Champion Chevrolet.

ESPN TRI-CITIES AUDIO ON TELEVISION: Tune your television to channel 19-6 and hear AM 1490. Tune to channel 19-7 and hear AM 1590.

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