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Livingston Brats softball team places in SEAA World Series

Cheerleading camp held recently at LA
Co-op softball team places second in 7-8 year-old league
Little Diamondbacks place third in SEAA World Series
LA Wildcats get ready for season opener
Pioneer Days men's softball tourney held

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Livingston Brats softball team places in SEAA World Series

photo courtesy of Livingston Brats team

The Livingston Brats 10-U softball team placed runner-up in the recent SEAA World Series. Team members are, kneeling from left, Amber Welch, Ariel Carr, Shawna Hammock, Jaranda Dishman, middle row, Coach Trista Thompson, Kayla Nelson, Chelsey Brannum, Megan Winton, Britney Jackson, Samantha Maya, Shelby Taylor, Kendra Kilgore, back row, coaches Joey Williams, Matthew Kilgore, Kathy Carr, and Tracey Welch. Sherry Nelson, bookkeeper, is not pictured. The Brats expressed appreciation to all who supported their team, including the parents who showed patience, love, and support.

 

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Cheerleading camp held recently at LA

Becky Meredith/OCN staff

Cheerleading camp was held last week at Livingston Academy. Those participating in the 5-6 year-old group are Payton Boykin, Kayln Conner, Alyssa Farris, Rachel Ferrell, Jessica Hunter, Katie Lee, Sydney Looper, Allison Nimmo, Katlyn Ray, Katelyn Smith, Addy Stover, Allie Brown, Amber Camp, Victoria Emrich, Haleigh Gibbons, Madeline Hale, Peyton McDonald, Emily Melton, Kaitlin Pendergraft, Jayce Ramsey, Macie Ray, Olivia Reeder, Kelsi Thompson, Aspen Webb, Taylor Woolums, and Katelyn Williams. LA cheerleaders serving as instructors are, from left, Katie Linder, Ashley Ledbetter, Lindsey Sells, Jacki Hall, Mallory Sells, Taryn Williams, Amanda Brown, Nikita Beaty, Megan Huddleston, Aspen Allen, Leslie Poston, and Sabrina Jacobs.

Cheerleading camp was held last week at Livingston Academy. Those participating in the 7-8 year-old group are Jordan Allen, Natalee Allen, Chelsea Crawford, Taylor Hall, Micayla Holton, Kelsie Hunter, Morgan Kennedy, Kelsey Meadows, Cassidy Morgan, Laiton Pigg, McKenzie Poston, Kandace Reeder, Lauren Shell, Maggie Taylor, Hallie Thompson, Callie Wright, Heather Cantrell, Mercer Coleman, Jane Emily Dycus, Jordan Farris, Amber Fillers, Courtney Godsey, Olivia Long, Courtney Phillips, Elizabeth Qualls, Courtney Smith, Karley Smith, Jessica Smith, Cetera Walthall, and Kadie White. LA cheerleaders serving as instructors are, from left, Ashley Ledbetter, Lindsey Sells, Jacki Hall, Katie Linder, Mallory Sells, Leslie Poston, Amanda Brown, Taryn Williams, Sabrina Jacobs, Megan Huddleston, Nikita Beaty, and Aspen Allen.

Cheerleading camp was held last week at Livingston Academy. Those participating in the 9-10 year-old group are Kyrua Beaty, Kayla Bilbrey, Alex Burns, Marybeth Copeland, Megan Crawford, Heather Geesling, Kate Gunnels, Kendra Hill, Larissa Huffman, Kanessa Jacobs, Heather McCraney, Lindsay Moore, Katie Murphy, Tori Stocking, Chambray York, Kim Boles, Toni Coleman, Danielle Cooper, Kathy Curtis, Kelli Ledbetter, Shenna Pendergrass, and Trixi Stewart. LA cheerleaders serving as instructors are, from left, Lindsey Sells, Jacki Hall, Ashley Ledbetter, Katie Linder, Mallory Sells, Leslie Poston, Amanda Brown, Taryn Williams, Sabrina Jacobs, Megan Huddleston, Nikita Beaty, and Aspen Allen

 

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Cheerleading camp was held last week at Livingston Academy. Those participating in the 11-14 year-old group are Amber Bates, Josie Boles, Jallysa Boykin, Cristin Collins, Ashley Montooth, Savannah Phillips, LaRae Slayton, Citara Smith, Anna Staup, Kassandra Sullivan, Chelsa Taylor, Shanda Thrasher, Tiffany White, Brittany Beaty, Kayla Boles, Alli Brady, Courtney Cochran, Sarah Coffman, Rachel Elder, Brittany Lee, Hannah Looper, Kayla Neal, Jade Peek, Tabby Snider, Kaysha Walker, Megan Walker, Caitlan Watkins, Savannah Baker, Sarah Boles, Casey Buck, Tosha Bullock, Lacy Carmack, Betsy Carr, Aria Coleman, Brandi Crawford, Jamie Curtis, Heather DeFoor, Kayla Hill, Brittany Hollis, Latasha Hooten, Amanda King, Mary Heather Maynord, Ashley Peterson, Paige Qualls, Tristan Robbins, Chelsea Savage, Magen Seber, Tiffany Thompson, Lindsay Thrasher, and Ashley White. LA cheerleaders serving as instructors are, from left, Ashley Ledbetter, Lindsey Sells, Jacki Hall, Katie Linder, Mallory Sells, Leslie Poston, Amanda Brown, Taryn Williams, Sabrina Jacobs, Megan Huddleston, Nikita Beaty, and Aspen Allen.

 

 

 

Co-op softball team places second in 7-8 year-old league

photo courtesy of Co-op team

The Co-op team placed second in the recent 7-8 year-old baseball league regular season. Members of the team are, from left, Cole Presley, Zachary Castle, Colby Smith, Jordan Thrasher, Austin Billingsley, J.T. Davis, back row, Maliza Norris, Jonathon Ledbetter, Trenton Bowman, Brandon Bilbrey, Colby Ray, and M.J. Lockhart. Not pictured is Coach Shawn Billingsley.

 

Little Diamondbacks place third in SEAA World Series

photo courtesy of Little Diamondbacks team

The Little Diamondbacks softball 8-U team placed third in the recent SEAA World Series. Members of the team are, seated from left, Kayla Williams, Emily Miller, Meriam Maynard, Olivia Gore, Rebecca Reeder, Tori Stocking, middle row, Allison Dailey, Mallory Mahaney, Mackenzie Sells, Taylor Eldridge, Katelyn Webb, Rachel Kingery, Jordan Paul, back row, coaches Billy Mahaney, Billy Sells, and Jennifer Eldridge. Crystal Kingery and Perry Kingery are not pictured. We would like to say a special thanks to Highways, Inc., First National Bank, American Bank & Trust, Swallows Insurance, Ernest Eldridge and H&E Cosntruction for all their contributions and support. Pd.

 

LA Wildcats get ready for season opener

Dewain E. Peek/OCN staff

Punt drills are serious business for the Livingston Academy Wildcats as they prepare for the August 23 season opener against Cumberland County's Jets at Crossville. The Wildcats' first home game will be September 6 against Macon County. Those who have purchased reserved seat season tickets should pick up their tickets at the Livingston Academy office by August 16, according to Coach Matt Eldridge.

 

Pioneer Days men's softball tourney held

The annual Pioneer Days Softball Tournament was held recently.
Game scores for B Division games are as follows:

Rejects 17, Livingston Jaycees 14
Rejects – Joe Edmonds 3 for 4, Robert Hall 3 for 4, Chuck Cooper 3 for 4, Scotty Smith 2 for 3, Bobby Covley 2 for 3, and Bryan Smith with a home run. Livingston Jaycees – Robert Godsey 4 for 4, J.J. Jones 3 for 3, Scotty Walker 3 for 4, and Todd Bournes 3 for 4.

Dyer Drugs 10, Lawns Unlimited 0
Dyer Drugs – Scott Daniels 3 for 3 with a home run, Bullenger 3 for 3, Kenny Pitcok 2 for 3, Butter Melton 2 for 3, and Donnie Patterson with a home run. Lawns Unlimited – Matt Geesling 1 for 1 and Adam 1 for 1.

Rejects 19, Hutchinson 7
Rejects – Bobby Corley 3 for 3, Byran Smith 3 for 4 with a home run, Scotty Smith 2 for 3, Mike Sells 2 for 3, and Andy Parsons 2 for 3. Hutchinson – Bobby McDougal 2 for 2 with a home run, Scott Stowe 2 for 3, Keith Miller 2 for 3, and Bren McCann 2 for 3. Dyer Drugs 11, Amonette Farms 1 Dyer Drugs – Darrell Thompson 3 for 3, Tony Delk 2 for 2, Donnie Patterson 2 for 3 with 2 home runs, and Scottie Stockton 2 for 3. Amonette Farms – Wade Rector 2 for 2, Brent Cross 1 for 2, Lee Amonette 1 for 2, and Joe Wilson 1 for 2.

Lawns Unlimited 13 Hutchinson 9
Lawns Unlimited – Jed Stevens 3 for 4, Jason Cope 2 for 3 with a home run, Josh Parsons 2 for 3, Terry Kingery 2 for 3, and Jimmy Lewis with a home run. Hutchinson – Keith Miller 4 for 4, Scott Stowe with a home run, and Derek Boles with a home run.

Amonette Farms 21, Livingston Jaycees 9
Amonette Farms – Brad Howerr 4 for 4, Brent Cross 4 for 4, Lee Amonette 3 for 3, Jason Marute 3 for 4 with a home run, Cliff Pugh 2 for 3 with a home run, and Eric Brown 2 for 3. Livingston Jaycees – Nathanial Rich 2 for 2, J.J Jones 2 for 3, Josh Coffman 2 for 3, Scotty Walker 2 for 3, Mike Johnson 2 for 3, and Todd Bournes 2 for 3.

Dyer Drugs 18, Rejects 2
Dyer Drugs – Tony Delk 4 for 4, Scott Daniels 3 for 4 with 2 home runs, Scotty Stockton 3 for 3, Tim Moons 3 for 4, and Butter Melton 3 for 4. Rejects – Bobby Corley 2 for 2 and Brandon Mullins 2 for 2.

Lawns Unlimited 9, Amonette Farms 8
Lawns Unlimited – Blake Almonrode 4 for 4, Jed Stevens 3 for 4, and Jimmie Lewis with a home run. Amonette Farms – Brad Flowers 3 for 3 and Cliff Pugh with a home run.

Rejects 27, Lawns Unlimited 18
Rejects – Jeremiah Laycock 4 for 5 with 2 home runs, Bobby Corley 4 for 5, Joe Edmonds 4 for 6, Mike Sells 3 for 4, and Bryan Smith with a home run. Lawns Unlimited – Tim Hite 4 for 5, Jonathan Stevens 3 for 5, Jimmy Lewis 3 for 5, Matt Geesling 2 for 2, and Blake Almonrode with a home run.

Championship Game

Dyer Drugs 18, Rejects 10
Dyer Drugs – Tim Moons 4 for 4, Scottie Stockton 4 for 4, Darrell Thompson 3 for 4, Tim Norris 3 for 4, and Butter Melton 3 for 4. Rejects – Brandon Mullins 2 for 3, Bryan Smith with a home run, and Scotty Smith with a home run.

1st place – Dyer Drugs
2nd place – Rejects
3rd place – Lawns Unlimited

B Divison All-Tournament

Blake Almonrode – Lawns Unlimited
Bryan Smith – Rejects
Bobby Corley – Rejects
Jeremiah Laycock – Rejects
Scott Daniels – Dyer Drugs
Tony Delk – Dyer Drugs
Darrell Thompson – Dyer Drugs
Scottie Stockton – Dyer Drugs
Butter Melton – Dyer Drugs
Donnie Patterson – Dyer Drugs

Game scores for A Division games of the Pioneer Days
Softball Tournament are as follows: Subway Bullets 11, Pug's Tanks 10 Subway Bullets – James Parsons 3 for 4 with a home run, Charles Hancock 2 for 3, Jackey White 2 for 3, and Terry Looper with a home run . Pug's Tanks – Matt Jolley 3 for 4 with a home run and Elliot Poston 3 for 4.

Diamond Jaxx 21, K&J Transport 16
Diamond Jaxx – Derek Shrump 4 for 5 with a home run, Kelly Spivey 4 for 5, Larry Watson 4 for 5, Mark Ashberry 3 for 3, Jeremy Bollar 3 for 4, and Joey Eads with a home run. K&J Transport – Jeff Hammock 3 for 4, Brian Johnson 3 for 4, Russell Hastings 3 for 4, Todd Hudson 3 for 3 with 2 home runs, Mike Prost 2 for 3 with a home run, and Billy Sells with a home run.

Jamestown Reds 27, Subway Bullets 1
Jamestown Reds – Johnny Painter 4 for 4 with a home run, Steve Arms 3 for 3 with 3 home runs, David Westmorland 2 for 2 with 2 home runs, Chris Story 3 for 4 with 3 home runs, Gary Watson 3 for 3, Chris Watson 3 for 3, Lee Linder 3 for 3, Jerry Arms 3 for 4, John Reagan 2 for 3 with a home run, and Sam Gipson 2 for 3. Subway Bullets – James Parsons 1 for 1 with a home run, Ricky Davis 1 for 1, and Buddy Hancock 1 for 1. K&J Transport 12, Pug's Tanks 7

K&J Transport 12, Pug's Tanks 7
K&J Transport – Harold Smith 4 for 4, Al Hastings 3 for 4, Mike Hall with a home run, and Jason Trent with a home run. Pug”s Tanks – Jeff Flowers 3 for 3, Mark Lee 2 for 3, Chris Everly 2 for 3, and Bert Jolley with a home run.

Diamond Jaxx 22, Jamestown Reds 12
Diamond Jaxx – Larry Watson 4 for 4 with 3 home runs, Chris Fish 3 for 3, Mark Ashberry 3 for 3, Joe Eads 3 for 4, and Derek Shrump 2 for 3 with 2 home runs. Jamestown Reds – Gary Watson 3 for 3 with a home run, John Reagan 3 for 3 with a home run, and Eddie Gibson 3 for 3.

Subway Bullets 11, K&J Transport 8
Subway Bullets – Ricky Davis 4 for 4, Buddy Hancock 3 for 4, Byran Everett 3 for 4, Charles Hancock 2 for 3, Jerry Ballard 2 for 3, and Jearl Ballard 2 for 3. K&J Transport – Jason Trent 3 ofr 3, Harold Smith 3 for 4, Mike Hall 3 for 4, and Josh Wilson 2 for 3.

Jamestown Reds 16, Subway Bullets 6
Jamestown Reds – Gary Watson 4 for 4, John Reagan 2 for 3, Chris Story with 2 home runs, Barry Roach with a home run, and Mark Jenkins with a home run. Subway Bullets – Charles Hancock 3 for 3, Buddy Hancock 3 for 3, Ricky Davis 2 for 3, Terry Looper 2 for 3, and Jackey White 2 for 3.

Jamestown Reds 16, Diamond Jaxx 15
Jamestown Reds – Barry Roach 3 for 4, Jeff Stephens 3 for 4, Mark Jenkins 2 for 3 with a home run, Sam Gibson 2 for 3, Lee Linder 2 for 2, Eddie Gibson with a home run, and John Reagan with a home run. Diamond Jaxx – Chris Fish 4 for 4, Mark Ashberry 3 for 4 with a home run, Joe Eads 3 for 4, Derek Shrump with a home run, and Jerry Thompson with a home run.

Championship Game
Jamestown Reds 7, Diamond Jaxx 0 forfeit

1st place – Jamestown Reds
2nd place – Diamond Jaxx
3rd place – Subway Bullets

Home Run Trophy
Christ Story – Jamestown Reds

A Divison All-Tournament
Ricky Davis – Subway Bullets
Charles Hancock – Subway Bullets
Joey Eads – Diamond Jaxx
Derek Shrump – Diamond Jaxx
Mark Ashberry – Diamond Jaxx
Gary Watson – Jamestown Reds
Chris Story – Jamestown Reds
John Reagan – Jamestown Reds
Barry Roach – Jamestown Reds
Lee Linder – Jamestown Reds

 

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