Gotta be one of my favorite fish, both to catch and certainly to eat. Call 'em whatever you want -- bluegill, perch, sunnies, bream, shellcracker or chinquapin or redear -- they fight like crazy and when it comes to an eating fish, they make about as great a meal as you will eat.
For kids and learning -- best fish swimming.
1st game of double-elimination
BOWLING GREEN, Ky/ -- No. 3-seeded Cumberland will take on No. 2-seed Lindsey Wilson at 4:30 p.m. Friday at Bowling Green Ballpark in the first game of the double elimination format in the Mid-South Conference Championships.
Live radio coverage of Friday's game can be heard at WCOR AM-1490.
Mt. Juliet plays for title
MT. JULIET -- Led by a sterling performance from pitcher Dylan Bonds, Mt. Juliet earned a berth in the Region 5-AAA tournament with a 2-0 win over Lebanon Monday in the South Division finals of the District 9-AAA tournament.
The Bears will take on Gallatin Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the District 9-AAA title game. Both teams will advance to the Region 5-AAA tournament later this week.
Bonds (5-0) struck out 14 Blue Devils in the complete game three-hitter. He walked four.
Hosts region opener Friday
DONELSON -- Playing what head coach Jody Atwood called, "our most complete game of the season," Friendship Christian pounded out 17 hits and defeated No. 1-seeded The King's Academy 9-0 Wednesday, May 4 in the finals of the East-Middle district tournament.
The Lady Commanders (32-7-1) put the game on ice with a five-run outburst in the top of the seventh and earned the right to host Friday's 5 p.m. opening game of the region tournament against Franklin Road Academy -- a 15-1 loser to BGA Wednesday.
Exhibition game violated rules
Lebanon High's softball program will be back at full strength in time for the District 9-AAA tournament after 14 players and the head coach were penalized for violations of TSSAA regulations.
LHS Principal Scott Walters confirmed Tuesday that first year head coach Chris Spurlock had been suspended from his coaching duties for two weeks for hosting an exhibition game featuring rising eighth graders from feeder programs at Winfree Bryant, Walter J. Baird and Carroll-Oakland middle schools.
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