Furman Beats Mocs Volleyball 3-2

Friday, November 8, 2019
 For the sixth time in the last eight matches, the Chattanooga Mocs volleyball team found themselves on the wrong end of a 3-2 (21-25, 27-25, 23-25, 25-21, 15-7) loss, this time on the road at Furman inside Alley Gym in Greenville, S.C on Friday night.

Chattanooga falls to 5-21 overall and 0-13 in SoCon action following the loss. Furman improves to 6-18 and 6-7 against league opponents.

Chattanooga (5-21, 0-13 SoCon) continues its road trip in the Carolinas with a 5 p.m.
ET matchup in Greensboro, N.C., at UNCG tomorrow night. Match coverage links are located on the schedule page.

Chattanooga Sports Ministries To Honor Legacy Of Former Soccer Player Malaki Ward

King Men Race Past Lee 99-85

Dalton State Men's Soccer Gets At-Large Bid To NAIA Tournament


More than 400 students ranging between 8-18 and residing in neighborhoods spanning from Signal Mountain to East Chattanooga will descend on Highland Park Commons to participate in the 7th Annual ... (click for more)

The King Tornado used a 25-14 run over the last 6:30 of the game to top the visiting Lee men's basketball team, 99-85 on Monday evening in a non-conference battle. The Flames pulled within ... (click for more)

The field for the 2019 NAIA Men's Soccer Tournament is set and for the first time in program history, Dalton State will be a participant. They are one of six teams making their first appearance ... (click for more)


Sports

Chattanooga Sports Ministries To Honor Legacy Of Former Soccer Player Malaki Ward

More than 400 students ranging between 8-18 and residing in neighborhoods spanning from Signal Mountain to East Chattanooga will descend on Highland Park Commons to participate in the 7th Annual Neighborhood Cup Soccer Tournament on Saturday. Teams and fans will take a break at noon for a moment to celebrate the life of beloved friend and former teammate, Malaki Ward. Officials ... (click for more)

King Men Race Past Lee 99-85

The King Tornado used a 25-14 run over the last 6:30 of the game to top the visiting Lee men's basketball team, 99-85 on Monday evening in a non-conference battle. The Flames pulled within three at 74-71 on a Michael McGuirk triple with 6:36 remaining in the game but from there it was all Tornado, connecting on six second half 3's and getting to the basketball at will. Despite ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Judge Poole Denies Post-Conviction Relief For Chattanooga Man On Death Row

Criminal Court Judge Don Poole on Tuesday morning announced that he was denying Lee Hall’s request for post-conviction relief. Hall was convicted in the April 1991 murder of his ex-girlfriend, Traci Crozier. He is set to be executed on Dec. 5. In explaining his decision, Judge Poole said, "The petitioner’s second post-conviction petition is barred by Tennessee Code ... (click for more)

15-Year-Old Arrested In Sept. 28 Murder Of Marshon Langford, 40

Chattanooga Police, with the assistance of the Lookout Mountain Drug Task Force, arrested a suspect wanted in connection with a homicide that occurred in the 3800 block of Larry Drive on Sept. 28. Marshon Langford, 40, was shot on Larry Drive, then he drove to Pin Oak Drive, where he crashed his vehicle. He was taken to the hospital where he later died. The suspect, a 15-year-old ... (click for more)

Opinion

Rhonda Thurman: We Can Learn From The Private Schools

At Monday night’s School Board Agenda Session, I brought up the fact that I had received many complaints from parents and some school personnel about the half day of school on Wednesday, Nov. 13. This half day caught many parents off guard because students had just been off October 7-14 for Fall Break. This half day caused many to have to scramble for childcare. Some also noted ... (click for more)

All Property Owners Deserve The Right To STVR

Changes are coming to Chattanooga’s Short-Term Vacation Rental Ordinance. Chattanooga City Council is working on a draft of changes that would affect every Chattanooga property owner’s right to open their home to paying short term guests. This includes upping the ante on fines for those who are denied an application for permits. This first draft is to be presented to the council ... (click for more)