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Buzachero allows no runs in 3 innings
Crush ‘98 baseball lands spot in ISA World Series
Tornados crowned 2008 State Champs
Brittany Ray Honored by TTU’s EXPW Department

Buzachero allows no runs in 3 innings
Bubbie Buzachero put in an excellent performance on the mound for the Buffalo Bisons on Friday, June 13.

The former Livingston Academy and Tennessee Tech pitcher was brought in against the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs in the bottom of the sixth inning after starter John Halama allowed the first two batters to reach base.

Already down 3-5, Buzachero was tasked with stopping the bleeding. The first batter he faced, Brennan King, bunted and Buzachero picked up the ball and threw to third baseman Aaron Herr for a force out.

Then the right-hander struck out Mike Rouse swinging and struck out Casey Smith swinging to douse the fire.

In the bottom of the 7th, Buzachero faced the minimum of three batters. Brandon Watson flied out to center fielder Brad Snyder, Rich Thompson grounded out to second baseman Chris De La Cruz who threw to first baseman Jordan Brown for the out, and Mike Cervenek flied out to right fielder Todd Linden.

Buzachero faced Andy Tracy to begin the bottom of the eighth inning, who promptly flied out to right field.

Jon Knott hit a ground ball single into center field.

Jason Jaramillo grounded to second baseman De La Cruz who threw to first baseman Linden for the second out, then Brennan King flied out to center fielder Snyder.

The outing reduced Buzachero’s earned run average to 3.24, third best on the Bisons.



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Crush ‘98 baseball lands spot in ISA World Series


The 10-under Cookeville Crush '98 team recently won the mountain top qualifier in Crossville, and will soon attend the ISA world series in Atlanta this July.

Team members include, front row from left, Grace Merik and Payten Price, second row, Courtney Hunt, Ashley Wilson, Jerrica Hale, Megan Whitson, Kori Moss, third row, Ashley Elliot, Claudia Hutchins, Katelyn (Doc) Smith, Courtney Savage, back row, Assistant Coach Paul Hunt, Head Coach Rusty Price, and Assistant Coach Ronnie Smith.


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Tornados crowned 2008 State Champs


Tennessee Tornados team members are, front row from left, Macey Matthews, Marlee Sells, Kendall Robbins, Tatum Dillon, Madison Baijo, back row, Taylor Witt, Kailey Winningham, Jessika McAllister, and Jayce Ramsey. Head Coach Billy Sells and Assistant Coach Kim Dillon are not pictured.

Tennessee Tornados, an 11-under AAU Basketball Team, competed in the 2008 YBOA State Tournament, held May 6-8, at Hooptown USA in Smyrna, where they were crowned State Champs.

The team was undefeated in the tournament with a 5 and 0 record. Their overall record is now 29 wins and 2 losses.

The Tornados will now be preparing to play in the 2008 YBOA Nationals which will be held July 12-19 in Polk County, FL.


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Brittany Ray Honored by TTU’s EXPW Department


photo courtesy of TTU
LaNise Rosemond, left, on behalf of Tennessee Tech University’s Department of Exercise Science, Physical Education and Wellness, presents the Horizon Award toBrittany Ray of Rickman. Brittany is the daughter of Sheri and Johnny Ray of Rickman, is a member of Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship and a member of First United Methodist Church.
She is also a volunteer coach for a girls’ soccer traveling league and is a co-leader of the Set Apart Dance/Worship team at FUMC. She also participates in intramural softball, soccer, and basketball.

 





 

 

 

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