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The Rosman High School boys basketball team scored their biggest win of the season, so far, defeating the Blue Ridge Early College Bobcats Thursday night, 58-39.

Sophomore guard LB Boyette scored a career-high 31 points as the Brevard College men’s basketball team (2-6, 1-0 USAS) earned a double-overtime win in its USA South Conference opener, 104-98, over Berea College (3-5,0-1 USAS) on Saturday afternoon at the Boshamer Gymnasium, according to a Br…

The Brevard High School varsity wrestling Team had mixed results last week with a 63-18 conference victory over Chase High School capped off with a disappointing result to the Falcon Frenzy Tournament that weekend.

Brevard High School football coach Craig Pritchett has resigned from his position to accept the head football coaching position at Ridgeland High School in Rossville, Georgia.

In a tight, competitive match that came down to the wire, the Rosman boys' basketball team ultimately fell to the Highlands Highlanders by a score of 44-38.

The Brevard High School varsity wrestling team will head into the 2021 season with fire in their hearts with first-year head coach Chad Laney. Laney acknowledges, like all coaches in Transylvania County Schools, how hard COVID-19 related mayhem hit the students, but still praises the team as…

Brevard High School boys' basketball coach Paul Whitt looks for passionate yet respectful sportsmanship heading into the season.

Leaving behind another uncertain COVID-19 year, Brevard High School girls' basketball coach Annie Burgess hopes to use her small but powerful roster to make an impact this season.

The Brevard College football team (6-4, 6-2 USAS) closed out its season in an emphatic fashion, dominating Averett Uni-versity (5-5, 4-4 USAS) by a final score of 40-3 on Senior Day at Ives-Lemel Family Field.

Sophomore forward LB Boyette totaled a career-high 25 points, while senior center Luke Bleynat logged a career-best 14 points, but the Brevard College men’s basketball team (0-2) dropped its home opener, 71-68, to Berry College (1-0) on Friday evening at the Boshamer Gymnasium.

LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, Ga. – The Brevard College women’s basketball team (1-1) defeated Berry College (1-3) 65-52 to earn the first victory of the season for the 2021-22 Tornados in a neutral-site affair at the Mountain Top Madness Classic held on the campus of Covenant College in Lookout Mountai…

The Brevard College volleyball team was honored by the USA South Conference with three postseason awards. Freshman outside hitter Ashley Hoxit and sophomore setter/right-side hitter Kaitlyn Pressley were selected as West Division Second Team honorees, while Abbey Duncan represented BC on the…

The Brevard College men’s and women’s cross country teams both secured top-10 finishes at the 2021 USA South Cross Country Championships, with the men’s side finishing fifth overall while the women’s team secured a 10th-place finish. BC’s performance led to a total of five All-Conference awa…

Both the Rosman and Brevard high school women’s volleyball teams had successful seasons but came up a little short in the state playoffs

Junior running back Mitchell Yoder rushed for the most yards by a Tornado in the DIII-era and the fourth-most in single-game program history, however, the Brevard College football team (5-4, 5-2 USAS) fell to the Methodist Monarchs (5-2, 5-1 USAS) on a last-minute touchdown on Saturday after…

The Brevard College women’s volleyball (9-18, 8-8 USAS) completed its regular season with a split of two matches as part of a USA South Conference Tri-Match on Saturday afternoon at the Boshamer Gymnasium that included Senior Day and Dig Pink tributes.

Away on Saturday, the Brevard High School women's volleyball team lost 3-0 to East Surrey in the fourth round of the state playoffs. An earlier posting had incorrectly reported that Brevard had won 3-0. We apologize for the error.

Despite a late surge, and a great touchdown captured on TV, the Brevard High School football team lost 21-19 at home tonight.

The Rosman High School women's volleyball team lost 3-0 away to Murphy tonight in the third round of the state playoffs. At home in the third round, the Brevard High School women's volleyball team won 3-1 against the Randleman Tigers. Brevard won the first two sets, 25-18 and 25-17. Randlema…

The Brevard High School football team’s last game of the regular season will be a home matchup against the Polk County Wolverines tomorrow night at 7 p.m.

The Brevard High School soccer team’s six game winning streak came to an end with a 2-0 home loss against Patton High School on Wednesday, Oct. 20.

At home tonight, in the second round of the NCHSAA volleyball tournament, the Rosman High School women's volleyball team beat Highlands 3-0, while the Brevard High School women's volleyball team defeated Surry Central by the same score to send both teams into the next round.

The Brevard College football team (5-3, 5-1 USAS) edged out a gritty 7-3 home victory Saturday against Southern Virginia University (1-6, 1-4 USAS), according to a BC press release.

In the their last game of the season, the Rosman High School football team lost 42-0 at home Friday night to the Mitchell Mountaineers.

The Brevard College football team (4-3, 4-1 USAS) used 229 yards of rushing and stifling defense to help propel itself to its third consecutive victory in a 20-10 triumph over LaGrange College (1-5, 1-3 USAS) on Saturday evening in LaGrange, Georgia.

After a great performance and win over the Patton Panthers last week, the Brevard Blue Devils will face at home one of their toughest challenges in the 6-1 Hendersonville Bearcats tomorrow night, which is also Homecoming.

After another hard loss against Draughn last week, the Rosman Varsity Tigers will play their last game of the regular season on their home turf against the Mitchell Mountaineers tomorrow night.

The Brevard High men’s soccer team is in the middle of a hot streak, as they have six straight wins since their Oct. 4 home game against Polk County. Their home game against Patton Wednesday occurred after the paper went to print.

The Brevard High School cross country team remains dominant after claiming first place again in both men’s and women’s at the Oct. 12 Mini-White Squirrel 2 2021 meet.

Brevard College’s Junior defensive lineman Wyatt Lankford was selected to the Team of the Week following a career five-tackle performance that included four tackles-for-loss, a quarterback sack, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.

On Saturday at home, the Rosman High School women's volleyball team beat Patton 3-0, while the Brevard High School women's team beat Hayesville by the same score, as both won their respective first round matches of the NCHSAA tournament. Read more in Monday's paper.