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Dorothy Martin Langford, 70
LEBANON -- Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, March 15 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mrs. Langford, 70, of Murfreesboro.
The daughter of the late Perry and Alice Spickard Martin, she died Friday, March 11, 2011 in the Middle Tennessee Medical Center.
Mrs. Langford was a member of Immanuel Baptist Church and co-owner of D & D Properties.
Services were conducted by Brother Donald Owens. Interment followed at Wilson County Memorial Gardens.
Survivors include: husband L.D. Langford of Murfreesboro; son Don (Ophelia) Langford of Murfreesboro; daughter-in-law Michele Langford of Lebanon; grandchildren Jennifer Langford, Dustin (Amanda) Langford, Alex Langford and Andrew Tanner Langford; great grandchildren: Caleb, Jonah and Hanna Faye Langford; sister Darline Martin Wiley; niece Tomi L. Wiley; great nephew Draper Wiley as well as numerous cousins.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by son Perry Denton Langford; sister Ann White and nephew Marty Hester.
Active pallbearers: Dustin Langford, Tanner Langford, Mark Langford, Johnny Wilson, Shawn Perrigo and Damien Boyd. Honorary: Betty Lou Lannom and Teresa Boyd.
The family requests donations to the Diabetes Association in Mrs. Langford’s memory.
Arrangements by Partlow Funeral Chapel.
Thomas E. Dean, 63
MT. JULIET -- Mr. Dean, 63, of Mt. Juliet, died Monday, March 14, 2011.
"Tom" was a member of the Old Hickory First Presbyterian Church, a graduate of Dupont High School in Old Hickory and Georgia Tech University in Atlanta, GA.
He was a member of the Georgia Tech Alumni Association, the Sports Car Club of America and the National Rifle Association.
Visitation will be 2-4 p.m., Wednesday at Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive.
Funeral services will be conducted 4 p.m., Wednesday, at Bond Memorial Chapel with Dr. Tom Gildemeister officiating.
Survivors include: wife Teresa Brown Dean; son Shawn L. Sinyard; daughter Lili Dean Bates; sister Betty Sue Weninger; grandchildren Caleb Aaron Bates and Daniel Steven Thomas Bates.
Tom was the son of the late Aaron E. and Mollie Oslin Dean.
Flowers accepted or memorials may be made to the Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center, Hemotology Department, c/o Gifts Processing, PMB 407727, Nashville, 37240-7727 or to the Salvation Army, P.O. Box 78625, Nashville, 37207.
Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel.

General Sports

Crews has 5 RBI in CU win


LEBANON -- Tommy Crews went 3-for-3 with a double, homer and five RBIs and Lebanon High product Cody Ferrell had his second straight strong outing on the mound in No. 1 Cumberland’s 10-3 victory Tuesday over 14th-ranked Tennessee Wesleyan at Stockton Field.

Cumberland (16-8) scored three times in the fourth inning to take a 4-0 lead, only to see the visitors push across three runs in the fifth to make it a one-run run. But the Bulldogs answered with five runs in the bottom of the fifth to take control.

Crews belted his first home run of the season, a two-run shot, in the fourth and had a bases-clearing double in the fifth to break open the contest. He also singled in the seventh and scored three times, earning Music City Star Player of the Game honors.

Tommy Winegardner and Antonio Butler each had two hits for CU and David Fanshawe scored twice in the victory.

Ferrell (2-1) got out of a jam in the first and also worked out of the fifth unscathed before a two-run single from Stephen Branca and an RBI single by C.J. McElroy got Tennessee Wesleyan (17-10) within a run. The Bulldog lefthander allowed three runs on four hits in 6.1 innings, walking six.

Logan Neal came on in the seventh after a pair of walks and gave up just a single in 1.2 innings of relief. Patrick Corrigan worked the ninth for CU, allowing two singles before a nifty 3-6-1 doubleplay erased the trouble.

TWC starter Matt Brennan (1-4) took the loss, giving up four runs on three hits in three innings. The righthander walked four and struck out four. Reliever Drew Housewright lasted just three batters, allowing a double and two walks, and Ronald Phelps gave up three runs on six hits in three innings of work.

The Bulldogs got on the board in the third inning after a leadoff single from T.J. Murphy and a walk to Greg Appleton. Richie Seaton’s sacrifice bunt pushed the runners up a base and Winegardner’s sac fly to left plated Murphy for a 1-0 lead.

CU added three more runs in the fourth. Fanshawe was hit after a 10-pitch at-bat and Crews followed with a two-run homer to right, his first home run of the season. Butler then walked, moved to second on a passed ball, stole third and scored on a line out by Murphy for a 4-0 advantage.

TWC cut into the deficit with three runs in the fifth, as Anthony Boix singled to leadoff and David Lindsay walked. Jon Smith walked with one out to load the bases and Ferrell got another popout, but Branca lined a two-run single into right. McEloroy then singled into center, plating another run, making it 4-3 Cumberland.

The Bulldogs answered with five runs in the bottom of the inning. Winegardner led off with a double and Mike Mandarino and Cory Farris both drew walks, loading the bases. Fanshawe blooped an RBI single into leftcenter and Crews cleared the bases with a double to leftcenter.

Butler then singled to right and Appleton followed with an RBI lineout for a 9-3 Cumberland lead.

CU added another run in the seven after Crews and Butler both singled and Murphy grounded sharply to first baseman David Bergin, whose throw to second hit Butler and caromed away, allowing Crews to score on the play.

Cumberland plays Shawnee State in a single game Wednesday at 1 p.m. before heading to Blue Mountain College for a three-game series this weekend.

CU softball splits with MMC

LEBANON -- Stephanie Gutierrez and Nicole Swann both hit their first career home runs and Cumberland University held off a seventh-inning rally by Martin Methodist College Tuesday, as the Bulldogs took the second game of a doubleheader, 5-4, after dropping the opener, 6-5.

With the win in the nightcap, Cumberland (13-9, 3-1 TranSouth Conference) snapped a 28-game losing skid to the RedHawks. The Bulldogs’ last victory over MMC came in the 2004 TranSouth Championships, with CU taking a 4-2 win in eight innings.

The solo home run for Gutierrez came in the senior’s 217th trip to the plate as a Bulldog, while the two-run shot by Swann was just the third career hit for the sophomore, who has seen limited plate appearances in her two years.

Gutierrez, who was named the Music City Star of the Game, finished the doubleheader 3-for-6 with three RBIs. The Orlando, Fla., native’s long ball broke up Caroline Ezell’s no-hitter in the bottom of the fifth inning. To that point, the MMC pitcher had faced just one over the minimum.

After Victoria Bennett was hit by a pitch for the fifth time this season, Swann sent a rocket shot over the 14-foot center field wall, giving Cumberland a 3-0 lead.

Amber Mayne followed with a hit and got to third when Christina Manis reached on an error, but the inning ended when CaSarah Gilliam grounded into a double play.

CU added three critical insurance runs in the sixth inning but left the bases loaded. Heather James, who reached on a fielder’s choice, and Sarah Murray, who doubled, scored on a two-out, pinch-hit single by Meghan White. White stole both second and third, Swann walked and Mayne was hit by a pitch to load the bases for another pinch-hitter, Tonya Barlow. The junior sent a shot into deep center field that nearly got over the head of Karina de los Santos, who barely made the snowcone catch.

Courtney Maynard (5-2) ran into a little trouble in the top of the seventh, loading the bases with no outs on a single and a pair of walks. Two more singles plated a trio of runs and signaled the end of the day for the freshman.

In six-plus innings gave up four runs on eight hits but worked out of several tough situations. In the first inning, Martin Methodist loaded the bases with one out before the Gordonsville High School product struck out Samantha Queen and induced a groundout to end the threat.

Another strikeout halted another RedHawk scoring chance in the second as Maynard got Megan McKean swinging to end the inning, leaving two runners on base. MMC, which stranded 11 total baserunners, also left two on base in the fifth.

Caity Gray picked up her first save of the season, coming into the game with two on and no one out in the seventh. The junior gave up one hit and struck out one.

Game 1 -- Martin Methodist 6, Cumberland 5: Cumberland scored five runs in the bottom of the first but couldn’t overcome four errors, giving up the lead late.

After Manis led off the first with a bunt single, Gilliam doubled over the head of de los Santos. With one out, James hit it back to the pitcher, who came home trying to get Manis at the plate, but the speedster from Hendersonville made it in safely.

Bennett was plunked to load the bases for Murray, who grounded out to the pitcher, scoring Gilliam. With two outs Lavery reloaded the bases when she took a ball off the helmet. Gutierrez followed with a two-run single through the right side and Courtney White drove in another run with a shot back up the middle.

The 5-0 lead wasn’t enough as MMC scored two unearned runs in the second and plated three more with two outs in the third, including a two-run homer.

A dropped popup on the infield with two outs in the fifth inning scored the game-winner for the RedHawks.

Cumberland travels to league-leading Trevecca Nazarene University Thursday at 4 p.m.


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