Girls 16-Under League Winners
Babe Ruth Tournament
Teams Reach 10 Wins In Men's League
Minor League Winners Announced
Local Talent Wins At Shoot Fest
Babe Ruth Tournament
Union Bank is the Babe Ruth Tournament champion for 2000. Team
members are Chad Simpson, Michael Murphy, Paul Robbins, Matt Geesling,
Chris Nelson, Coach McKay, Anthony Scott, Patrick McKay, Robert
McKay, Barry Lee, Matt Rooker, Cody King, and Coach Barlow.
D&D Carpet Shop is the Babe Ruth Tournament runner-up for 2000.
Team members are Chad Moody, Jeremy Sells, Jimmy Davidson, John
Maynord, Whitney Coleman, coach Johnny Cyrus, James Cox, John Ward,
Phillip Young, Daniel Clark, Todd Rose, Cody Melton, Johnny Cyrus,
and coach Rick Coleman.
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Two Teams Reach 10 Wins In Men's League
Johnny Painter takes a hard swing at the ball.
Huckeby Construction and Lynn's Shoes/Jolley Farms both reached
the 10 win mark with last week's continuance of the Overton County
Men's Softball League after a week of rain. Game scores from last
week are as follows:
Wednesday, June 21
W.E. Sports/Maxwell 13, Crossville Ford 3
West End Sports/Gary Maxwell Insurance - Steve Barlow 3 for 3 with
a home run, Randy Wilson 3 for 3, John Brooks 3 for 3, and Mark
Lee 3 for 3. Crossville Ford - Greg McDonald 2 for 2, and Chris
Ledbetter 2 for 3.
Lynn's/Jolley Farms 24, Huckeby Construction 23
Lynn's Footwear/Jolley Farms - John Reagan 5 for 6 with 2 home runs,
Jerry Arms 5 for 6, Jeff Flowers 5 for 6, Johnny Painter 5 for 6,
and Matt Jolley hit a home run. Highways Inc. vs. Witt/Berkline
was rained out.
Thursday, June 22
Lynn's/Jolley Farms 21, Crossville Ford 7
Lynn's Footwear/Jolley Farms - Johnny Painter 4 for 4 with a home
run, John Reagan 4 for 4, Billy Joe Norrod 3 for 3, Jeff Flowers
3 for 3, and James Robbins hit a home run. Crossville Ford - Chris
Ledbetter 3 for 3, Greg McDonald 3 for 3, and Greg Arnold 2 for
Huckeby Construction 10, W.E. Sports/Maxwell Ins. 8
Huckeby Construction - Tracy Welch 2 for 3, Bruce Dixon 2 for 3,
Gerald Ferrell 2 for 3, and Chris Story hit a home run. West End
Sports/Gary Maxwell Insurance - Scott Barlow 4 for 4 with 2 home
runs, Mark Meadows 4 for 4, Eddie Dailey 3 for 4, David Moore 3
for 4, and Steve Boles hit a home run.
Witt/Berkline 19, D&R Paving 11
Witt/Berkline - Russell Whattenburg 4 for 5, Jeff Hammock 4 for
5, Randy Gore 3 for 4, David Jackson 3 for 5, and Terry Conner 3
for 5. D&R Paving - Ray Lee 4 for 4, Perry Morgan 4 for 4, and Scott
Stowe 3 for 4.
Top 10 Batting Avg. (35 or more at-bats)
Johnny Painter, Lynn's/Jolley .850
Steve Arms, Lynn's/Jolley .756
Jerry Arms, Lynn's/Jolley .682
Scott Stowe, D&R Paving .682
John Reagan, Lynn's/Jolley .679
Jeff Flowers, Lynn's/Jolley .673
Terry Kingery, Witt/Berkline .650
Perry Morgan, D&R Paving .647
Mark Meadows, W.E.Sports .647
Josh Coffman, D&R Paving .642
Home Run Leaders (6 or more)
Jason Vaughn, D&R Paving 9
Eric Mitchell, Lynn's/Jolley 9
Steve Arms, Lynn's/Jolley 8
Chris Hunter, Highways Inc. 8
Andy Parsons, Huckeby Const. 7
Waylon Ledbetter, Huckeby Const. 7
Chris Story, Huckeby Const. 7
Matt Jolley, Lynn's/Jolley 6
Men's Softball Standings W L
Huckeby Construction 10 3
Lynn's Footwear/Jolley Farms 10 4
Witt/Berkline 8 4
West End Sports/Maxwell Ins. 8 6
D&R Paving 5 9
Highways Inc. 3 8
Crossville Ford 1 11
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League Winners Announced
Champion of the Overton County Minor League Tournament
is the First National Bank team of Jonathon Melton, Austin Maynord,
Jake Smith, Brandon McDonald, Justin Savage, Marshall Cannon, Tre
Thomas, Josh Wilson, Cody Christensen, Devon Walker, coaches Doug
Savage, Larry McDonald, Billy Walker, Tony Cannon, and Dale Wilson.
Regular Minor League season champion and runner-up
in the Overton County Minor League Tournament is the Holt's Family
Pharmacy team of Carson Dailey, Tracey McDonald, Dillon Winningham,
Adam Wilson, Paxton Eldridge, Heyden Hill, Colby Reeder, Hunter
Garrett, Ty Eldridge, Jacob Collins, Kailen Melton, coaches Damita
Hill, Kelly Hill, and Mark Houser.
Minor League regular season runner-up is the Co-Op
team of Brian Bass, Calob Wilson, Joshua Wilson, Austin Reed, Micah
Bilbrey, Logan Moore, Adam Dodson, Colby Boykin, Jared Garrett,
Justin Schebel, Cody Stafford, and, not pictured, Austin Bledsoe,
coaches, Robert Reid, Keith Bass, Ricky Dodson, Tim Schebel, Charlie
Dial, and Richard Boykin.
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Talent Wins At Shoot Fest
Maranda Stockton from Livingston was the winner in the Air Rifle
event at the recent Summer Shoot Fest at the Bend of the River.
She shot 357. Stockton was also the winner in the three- position
Smallbore Rifle with 523.
The B-B Gun competition had the most contestants.
The winner was Wrenda Curd from Livingston with 361. Second was
Elena Lee from Monterey with 332 +3 centers. Jonathan Lee from Monterey
was the first in the 12-13 year-olds with 332-2 centers.
First in the 11-12 year-olds was Heather Reeder from
Livingston with 326. Emily Looper from Monroe was first in the 9
year-olds with 247.
The Bend of the River 'Possums were the first team
with 1308. The 'Possum team was composed of Steve Violet, Brenda
Violet, Jonathan Lee and Bekim Haliti.
First in the Trap event was Ray Garrett from Livingston
The next match at Bend of the River is a high power
rifle match on July 9. The next pistol match is July 16.
For more information contact Charlie Pardue at (931)
526-1136 or 515 West Broad St., Cookeville, TN 38501 or email@example.com.
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