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Trojans’ Tre Carter attracting college attention in three sports

Tre Carter-3 Sport Athlete Tre Carter has many tools — including ones Soddy-Daisy baseball coach Jared Hensley says cannot be taught — and they are attracting recruiters from college football and basketball as well as baseball. “He could definitely choose what he wants to do and where he wants to do it,” Trojans football coach

SD Baseball Crushes Da Bears 12-2

SD Run Rules Bradley 12-2 Shortstop Justin Cooke and designated hitter Grant Cordell combine for four hits, eight RBIs and three runs scored Monday night as Soddy-Daisy turned a tight game into a rout with a seven-run sixth inning and clobbered visiting Bradley Central, 12-2, in a District 5-AAA baseball game at Tom Higgins Field.

Trojans WIN!!

Those soccer men of Troy were back on the pitch Thursday night.  Neither the rain nor the host Lions of Red Bank could deny the Trojans who notched their first victory of the year.  With the 5-2 win, the Trojans head into Spring Break with a win and a much needed boost.  Tyler Killingsworth had

SD Baseball Falls to Alabama Powerhouse

SD vs Grissom,AL Alabama powerhouse Grissom and their Tiger squad captured a win on Soddy-Daisy’s home field Wednesday night to kick off a 6-game, 4-day stay in the Chattanooga area. With the loss against Grissom, the Trojans make it seven games in six days that they’ve played. You could say they know the definition of

SD Soccer

The Men of Troy soccer team took to the pitch at McMinn on Tuesday night.  The game was very intense and senior Lucas Rogers got pulled down in the box and executed a perfect penalty kick and the visitors stunned the crowd for an early 1-0 lead.  Junior Jacob Lemons played excellent in goal and

SD Baseball Sweeps Ooltewah Owls

SD Baseball Sweeps Owls The Soddy Daisy Trojans kept their unblemished District 5-AAA record intact Tuesday night following their second victory over the Ooltewah Owls in as many days by a score of 3-1.

Soddy Daisy Boys Soccer falls 2-0 in home opener

The boys soccer team fought a tough fight on Wednesday evening at Sequoyah Field.  For 70 minutes the Trojans played great soccer and had the visiting Raiders 0-0.  Cleveland got a goal at 73 minutes and another at 76 minutes. The Trojans did play their best game of the year.  Jacob Lemons had 9 saves