Hawks will take over for Teeter
Longtime Wilson Countian Jeremy Hawks was introduced Thursday morning as the new girls basketball coach at Lebanon's Friendship Christian School.
Hawks, who will work as physical education teacher at Friendship's elementary school, has eight years experience as a boys assistant under former Lipscomb University great Adam Sonn -- the last four at Goodpasture.
Sessions start June 6
LEBANON -- Four different Cumberland University baseball camps will take place this summer beginning June 6 on the CU campus and running until the end of the month.
Cumberland hosts two sessions of Hitting Camp, both from June 6-9. The morning session (9 a.m.-noon each day) is for ages 6-9 while the afternoon session (1-4 p.m.) will offer instruction to ages 10-12. The camp emphasizes techniques of hitting and instructors will use teaching devices to demonstrate proper hitting mechanics. Cost is $100 per camper for each session
LEBANON -- Cumberland football will host a Thursday Night Lights camp on May 26 from 6-9 p.m. at Nokes-Lasater Field for rising freshmen to rising seniors. Cost is $30 per camper if registered by May 20 and $40 after that date.
Campers will go through drills at their selected positions with Cumberland staffers and current players.
Wilson Central falls in 5-AAA opener
CLARKSVILLE -- A new Class AAA state softball champion will be crowned in Murfreesboro next week as defending champ Wilson Central was eliminated 12-3 by Clarksville High Monday in the opening round of the Region 5-AAA tournament.
Clarksville pounded out 12 hits, improving to 34-7-1 and earning the right to host the Region 5-AAA finals tonight against District 9-AAA champion Hendersonville.
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