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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 97.9 & 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.


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Tennessee VOL Sports:
Tennessee was a name frequently mentioned among top prospects this weekend at the Rivals Camp series presented by Under Armour events in Atlanta, Ga., and Birmingham, Ala., and in this recruiting notebook big-time players Stanton Truitt, Lorenzo Carter, Nick Chubb and Shaun Dion Hamilton give the latest on their recruitments and what they think of the Vols.
04/09/2013 10:05:00pm
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Tennessee's offensive line has its fair share of mainstays with veteran starters like seniors Ja'Wuan James, Zach Fulton and James Stone and they've all been relatively settled at a position since their freshman year, but for senior offensive lineman Alex Bullard's it's been a career at musical chairs. The 6-foot-2, 300-pound Nashville native has started games at guard, center and tight end and has played tackle as well for the Vols. Bullard brings the most versatility up front and he noted that he's comfortable as long as his hand is on the ground.
04/09/2013 06:06:00pm
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ETSU Sports:
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (Aug. 27, 2014) – Fresh off a pair of victories during the opening week of regular season play, the ETSU women's soccer team is set to embark on its longest home stand of the season, beginning with Appalachian State Thursday, Aug. 28 at 7:00 p.m.
08/27/2014 04:45:00pm
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (Aug. 27, 2013) – ETSU men’s basketball head coach Murry Bartow announced Wednesday that the Buccaneers have added transfers Alex Bates (Greenbelt, Md.), Tommy Williams (Augusta, Ga.) and Peter Jurkin (Juba, South Sudan) to the team’s 2014-15 roster.
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