Baylor Boys Tennis Team Beats Kentucky State Champions

Thursday, March 24, 2011

The Baylor School boys tennis team traveled to Louisville on Thursday and beat 2010 Kentucky state champion St. Xavier 6-3.

Baylor was state runner up last year and will play New Hanover High School from Wilmington, NC in the first round of the Decoturf National High School Championships Friday.

Baylor vs St Xavier results:

Singles

1 Anderson Scarpa (B) defeated Sean Donohue (ST X) 6-2,2-6, 10-5
2 Alex Gornet (ST X) defeated Nathan Schley (B) 6-2,6-1
3 Jackson Pride (B) defeated Daniel Miller (ST X) 6-3,6-0
4 Andrew Eifferman (ST X) defeated Eric Roddy (B) 6-4,6-2
5 Zach Moore (B) defeated Parker Thieneman (ST X) 6-2, 6-7, 11-9
6 Jack Gray (B) defeated Garnett Stansbury (ST X) 6-4,6-1

7 (Exhibition0 Andrew Austin (B) defeated Coleman Cox (ST X) 8-6

Doubles

1 Donohue/Gornet (ST X) defeated Scarpa/Alex Cooper 8-3
2 Schley/Roddy (B) defeated Eifferman/Daniel (ST X) 9-7
3 Moore/Bo Brynteson (B) defeated Thieneman/Stansbury 8-3

4 (Exhibition) Gray/Pride (B) defeated Alex Layton/Chris Colosi (ST X) 9-7


Meigs Wins, Whitwell Loses In Class A State Softball

MURFREESBORO -- Tuesday was a good day for the Meigs County softball team, but not so good for the young ladies from Whitwell. The defending Class A champions from Decatur got another perfect game from junior Ashley Rogers and rolled to a 9-0 victory over Jackson Christian while the Whitwell Lady Tigers came out on the short end of a 5-1 final against Forrest. While Rogers ... (click for more)

McCallie Edges Briarcrest 1-0 On Costo's Sacrifice Fly In Seventh

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – McCallie’s Corbin Brooksbank and Briarcrest’s Connor Shamblin locked up in an old-fashioned pitcher’s duel Tuesday night in the TSSAA Division II-AA state baseball tournament. Through six innings there wasn’t a crooked number to be seen on the scoreboard. Brooksbank, a Vanderbilt signee, stopped the Saints on five hits. Shamblin went into the seventh ... (click for more)

Alexander: Corps Allocates $37 Million For Chickamauga Lock, Construction For 3rd Consecutive Year

Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) said the Army Corps of Engineers Work Plan for Fiscal Year 2017 "includes good news for all of East Tennessee – and everyone who benefits from river traffic passing through the Chickamauga Lock in Chattanooga." In addition to funding slated for the first three priority projects of the Inland Waterways Trust Fund, the Corps of Engineers’ Work ... (click for more)

Chris Thomas Serving As Interim Executive Director At Finley Stadium; Stadium And Pavilion Constantly In Use

The operation of Finley Stadium is in transition since the departure of former Executive Director Paul Smith and his staff. At the meeting of the Stadium Corporation’s board of directors Tuesday, Chairman Gordon Davenport announced that Chris Thomas, principal manager of the Chattanooga Market has stepped in to serve as interim executive director. Mr. Davenport told the board that ... (click for more)

Tennessee Business Expansions On Rise Across State

In 2016, Tennessee was named State of the Year for Economic Development by Southern Business & Development Magazine based on project totals and the variety of industries that invested in the state and created jobs. To a great extent, Bradley and Polk Counties have benefited from that investment.   From February 2015 to February 2016, Cleveland/Bradley County led the ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: My Life With 007

I was 13 when the first of 24 James Bond movies came out and, at a time when my sap was just beginning to rise, I will never forget Ursula Andress stepping out of the sea wearing that white bikini. Our hero walks over to the dripping Honey Ryder – that was her name in “Dr. No” – and she says in the Swiss accent, “Are you looking for shells too?” And the first classic reply of thousands ... (click for more)