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Archives 07-23-2003

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K&J defeats Anderson for tournament championship
Fastpitch girls league being formed
LA Cheerleaders attend UCA Camp

K&J defeats Anderson for tournament championship

 

K&J Inc. defeated Anderson Express Market by a single run to win Overton County Men's Softball League Tournament championship. Game scores for the tournament are as follows:

Game 1
Miller Lite 14, Jaycees 6
Miller Lite Jeff Kennedy 3 for 3, Brad Carr 3 for 4, and Barry Webb hit a home run. Jaycees Leon Harris 2 for 3.

Game 2
Byrdstown Dairy Queen 14, Berkline 4
Byrdstown Dairy Queen Brandon Robinson 2 for 3, Josh Thrasher 2 for 3, and Chris Pryor 2 for 3. Berkline Kelly Taylor 2 for 2, and Jeff Garrett 2 for 3.

Game 3
Huckeby Construction 23, TKM Construction 18
Huckeby Construction Allen Lewis 4 for 4, Andy Parsons 4 for 5 with a home run, Ladell Medley 4 for 5 with a home run, Tracey Welch hit a home run, Terry Kingery hit a home run, and Greg Parsons hit a home run. TKM Construction Cory McCarty 4 for 4, Joey Dyer 3 for 4 with a home run, Tracy Strong 3 for 4, Brett Burchett hit a home run, Joe Gentry hit a home run, and T.J. Roark hit a home run.

Game 4
Pug's Tanks 7, Medlin Motor Sports 0 (forfeit)

Game 5
K&J Inc. 16, Miller Lite 3
K&J Inc. Greg Bibb 3 for 3 with a home run, Jason Trent 3 for 3 with a home run, Elliot Poston 3 for 3 with a home run, Jeff Flowers 3 for 4, Jerran Allen 2 for 3 with a home run, and Scott Hughes 2 for 3 with a home run. Miller Lite Chris Hicks 1 for 1, Chris Ledbetter 1 for 2, and David Ledbetter 1 for 2.

Game 6
Anderson Exp. Market 27, Byrdstown Dairy Queen 8
Anderson Express Market Gary Watson 5 for 5, Rat Westmoreland 4 for 5 with a home run, Barry Roach 4 for 5, Joey Eads 4 for 5, Kelly Spivey 4 for 5, Jerry Arms 4 for 6 with a home run, Johnny Painter 3 for 4 with a home run, Steve Arms hit a home run, and Larry Watson hit a home run. Byrdstown Dairy Queen Brandon Robinson 3 for 3 with a home run, Chuck Looper 2 for 3, and Nathan Anderson 2 for 2.

Game 7 Berkline 7, TKM Const. 0 (forfeit)

Game 8
Medlin Motor Sports 7, Jaycees 0 (forfeit)

Game 9
Miller Lite 27, Berkline 12
Miller Lite Barry Webb 4 for 4 with 2 home runs, Chris Farmer 4 for 4, Jeremy McDonald 4 for 4, Todd Radford 3 for 4, and Greg McDonald hit a home run. Berkline Johnny Gross 3 for 3, Kelly Taylor 3 for 3, and Travis Dishman 2 for 3.

Game 10
Medlin Motor Sports 17, Byrdstown Dairy Queen 10
Medlin Motor Sports Keith Miller 5 for 5, and Jeff Hammock hit a home run. Byrdstown Dairy Queen Bobby McDougal 4 for 4 with a home run, Donnie Reeder 2 for 2, and Brandon Robinson hit a home run.

Game 11
K&J Inc. 16, Huckeby Construction 3
K&J Inc. Billy Witt 3 for 3 with 3 home runs, Greg Bibb 2 for 3 with a home run, Jason Wyatt 2 for 3 with a home run, Gerald Clark 2 for 3, Scott Hughes 2 for 3, and Chris Story 2 for 3. Huckeby Construction Terry Kingery 2 for 2.

Game 12
Anderson Exp. Market 26, Pug's Tanks 15
Anderson Express Market Larry Watson 4 for 5 with 2 home runs, Rat Westmoreland 4 for 5 with 2 home runs, Johnny Painter 3 for 3, Gary Watson 4 for 5, and Chris Hunter hit a home run. Pug's Tanks Steve Thompson 4 for 4, Jeff Myers 4 for 4, Ethan King 2 for 3, Jonathan Cummings hit a home run, Josh Parsons 3 for 4, Matt Jolley hit a home run, and James Parsons hit a home run.

Game 13
Huckeby Construction 14, Medlin Motor Sports 12
Huckeby Construction Terry Kingery 4 for 4, Andy Parsons 3 for 4, Shane Welch hit a home run, and Greg Parsons hit a home run. Medlin Motor Sports Josh Wilson 4 for 4, Phil Hastings 3 for 5, David Jackson 3 for 5, and Jeff Hammock 3 for 5.

Game 14
Pug's Tanks 29, Miller Lite 15
Pug's Tanks Josh Parsons 5 for 5, Steve Thompson 4 for 5 with a home run, Mark Lee 3 for 4, Tony Coffee 3 for 4, James Parsons hit 2 home runs, and Jeff Myers hit a home run. Miller Lite Barry Webb 2 for 3, Brad Carr 2 for 3, Gary Ledbetter 2 for 3, Jeremy McDonald 2 for 3, and Todd Radford 2 for 3.

Game 15
Anderson Exp. Market 30, K&J Inc. 19
Anderson Express Market Barry Roach 5 for 6 with 2 home runs, Larry Watson 5 for 6 with 2 home runs, Gary Watson 4 for 6, Jerry Arms hit a home run, and Chris Hunter hit a home run. K&J Inc. Billy Witt 3 for 3 with a home run, Elliot Poston 3 for 4, Jason Trent 3 for 4, Greg Bibb hit 2 home runs, Jerran Allen hit a home run, Chris Story hit a home run, and Gerald Clark hit a home run.

Game 16
Huckeby Construction 19, Pug's Tanks 6
Huckeby Construction Greg Parsons 3 for 4 with 3 home runs, Mark Neely 2 for 2, Ricky Davis 3 for 4, Terry Kingery 3 for 4, and Ladell Medley hit a home run. Pug's Tanks Josh Parsons 3 for 3 with a home run, Mark Lee 2 for 2, Josh Brooks 2 for 3, and Keith Parker 2 for 3.

Game 17
K&J Inc. 24, Huckeby Construction 10
K&J Inc. Scott Hughes 4 for 4 with a home run, Chris Story 4 for 4, Jeff Flowers 3 for 4 with a home run, Billy Witt 3 for 4 with a home run, Gerald Clark hit a home run, and Greg Bibb hit a home run. Huckeby Construction Wayne Huckeby 2 for 2 with a home run, Waylon Ledbetter 3 for 3, Andy Parsons 2 for 3, Terry Kingery 2 for 3, and Ladell Medley 2 for 3.

Game 18
K&J Inc. 31, Anderson Express Market 21
K&J Inc. Jason Trent 3 for 3 with a home run, Chris Story 4 for 5 with 2 home runs, Scott Hughes 3 for 4 with a home run, Gerald Clark hit 2 home runs, and Billy Witt hit a home run. Anderson Express Market Barry Roach 4 for 4 with 2 home runs, Larry Watson 3 for 4 with 2 home runs, Rat Westmoreland 3 for 4 with a home run, Chris Hunter 3 for 4 with a home run, and Kelly Spivey hit a home run.

Game 19 Championship Game
K&J Inc. 24, Anderson Express Market 23
K&J Inc. Chris Story 4 for 4 with a home run, Jason Trent 3 for 4 with a home run, Jason Wyatt 3 for 4 with a home run, Scott Hughes 4 for 5, Elliot Poston hit 2 home runs, and Billy Witt 3 for 4 with a home run.

Anderson Express Market Chad Watson 4 for 4 with a home run, Tony Hix 4 for 4 with a home run, Johnny Painter 4 for 5 with a home run, Joey Eads 4 for 5 with a home run, Rat Westmoreland 4 for 5, Jerry Arms hit a home run, Gary Watson hit a home run, and Barry Roach hit a home run.

1st Place K&J Inc.
2nd Place Anderson Express Market.
3rd Place Huckeby Construction.

All-Tournament
Josh Parsons (Pug's Tanks), 11 for 12 with a home run.
Terry Kingery (Huckeby Construction), 14 for 18 with a home run.
Rat Westmoreland (Anderson Express Market), 18 for 25 with 4 home runs.
Gary Watson (Anderson Express Market), 17 for 25 with a home run.
Larry Watson (Anderson Express Market), 15 for 24 with 7 home runs.
Jason Trent (K&J Inc.), 14 for 19 with 3 home runs.
Greg Bibb (K&J Inc.), 14 for 22 with 5 home runs.
Scott Hughes (K&J Inc.), 17 for 23 with 3 home runs.
Chris Story (K&J Inc.), 17 for 23 with 4 home runs.
Jerran Allen (K&J Inc.), 13 for 22 with 2 home runs.
MVP Billy Witt (K&J Inc.), 16 for 22 with 7 home runs.

 

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Fastpitch girls league being formed

A girls fastpitch fall softball league is being formed in Overton County.

Coaches interested in entering a 10 and under or a 12 and under team should call Perry Kingery at (931) 823-3698, Bill Mahaney at (931) 823-7471, or Billy Sells at (931) 498-2507.

 

 

LA Cheerleaders attend UCA Camp

 

photo courtesy of LA Cheerleaders

Attending Universal Cheerleading Association Camp on the Knoxville campus of University of Tennessee are LA Cheerleaders, from left, Tiffany Thompson, Angela Wright, Taryn Williams, Amanda Brown, Megan Huddleston, Leslie Poston, Aspen Allen, Nikita Beaty, Ashley Ledbetter, Stasha Babb, Brittany Placker, and Andrea Maynord, with LA Cheerleading Coach Robin Gaw.

 

Livingston Academy Cheerleaders recently attended Universal Cheerleading Association Camp held on the Knoxville campus of University of Tennessee.

Camp kicked off with the girls participating in Home Pom Competition on Tuesday evening, June 17. Individual evaluations, team building exercises, stunt class, cheer class, dance class, spirit building class, and team evaluations were ongoing every day.

The annual All-Star Competition was held Thursday night, June 19. In this competition, all seniors and enough juniors to make six representatives had the opportunity to compete for a chance to participate in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade or the London Parade.

On Friday, June 20, Overall Camp Champions Competition was held. During this program, Livingston Academy was presented the Superior Trophy for Camp Cheers.

LA cheerleaders Nikita Beaty and Ashley Ledbetter were named as representatives on the 2003-2004 UCA All-Star Squad. Nikita Beaty is the daughter of David and Penny Beaty of Livingston, and Ashley Ledbetter is the daughter of Gary W. and Dianne Ledbetter of Livingston.

While at the camp, LA's cheerleaders participated in Traditions Training, where they had the opportunity to introduce "Hog-Eye" to the UT-Knoxville cheerleaders and the UCA staff.

LA Cheerleading Coach Robin Gaw stated, "We are not quite sure if they understood, but it is an Overton County long-standing tradition."

The cheerleaders expressed appreciation to the citizens of Overton County who helped support the cheerleaders and send them to the camp.

"Without ther help, we could not have been as successful," Gaw stated.

 

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