Notre Dame, Signal Mtn Split Tennis Matches

Friday, April 11, 2014

The Notre Dame girls improved to 8-0 on the season with an 8-1 win against visiting Signal Mountain, while the Eagles' boys squad (also 8-0) handed the Notre Dame boys (7-1) their first loss of the spring in tennis matches played at The Champions Club Thursday.

In the girls match, Sarah Joyce (ND) defeated Kylila Tucker, 9-7 (7-5) at No.1 singles.

In the boys match, Signal Mtn led 2-1 after doubles. The Irish claimed singles wins at Nos.1-2, but the Eagles won the last four singles matches for the win.

Notre Dame Girls 8, Signal Mountain 1

Singles

Sarah Joyce (ND) def. Kylila Tucker, 9-7 (7-5)

Danika Dorris (ND) def. Anna Cameron, 8-1

Sarah Faith Ingell (ND) def. Allwyn Fisher, 8-0

Maggie Haywood (ND) def. Hannah Skinner, 8-1
Katie Lamsey (ND) def. Mary Elizabeth Wakim, 8-2

Jessica Moore (ND) def. Sarah Kate Bailey, 8-0

Doubles

Tucker-Fisher (SM) def. Joyce-Dorris, 8-6

Ingell-Haywood (ND) Cameron-Tess McCain, 8-1

Lamsey-Moore (ND) def. Wakim-Bailey, 8-3

Signal Mtn Boys 5, Notre Dame 4

Singles

Charles Jabaley (ND) def. Jason Morris, 8-0

J.R. Davis (ND) def. Luke Blentlinger, 8-3

Zack Brown (SM) def. Thomas Gaudin, 8-4

Aaron Marini (SM) def. Micajah Tucker, 8-5

Grant Williams (SM) def. Nick Coronis, 8-4

Thomas Thelen (SM) def. Matt Anderson, 8-4

Doubles

Jabaley-Davis (ND) def. Morris-Blentlinger, 8-0

Brown-Tucker (SM) def. Marini-Coronis, 8-4

Williams-Thelen (SM) def. Gaudin-Andrews, 8-6



Chattanooga Steam AAU Team Sweeps Nashville Tournament

The Chattanooga Steam Varsity High School AAU Boys Basketball Team swept the MSYS MidState Hoop Fest Tournament  in Nashville this weekend. The Steam went through the tournament unbeaten. The Chattanooga Steam is led by KT Webb from Signal Mountain High School, Jason Holland and Winston Tullis from Sale Creek High School, Jon Wood and Gage Henry from Dade County High ... (click for more)

Dalton State's Lee Named 1st Team All-American

PING First-Team All-America honorees for NAIA were announced by the GCAA following the NAIA Championships.   First-Team All-Americans   Alec Dutkowski, Taylor Jack Dyer, Keiser Mark David Johnson, Coastal Georgia Rupert Kaminski, Oklahoma City Newport Laparojkit, South Carolina Beaufort SM Lee, Dalton State Rowan Lester, ... (click for more)

Man And Woman Killed In Sunday Morning Murder/Suicide At Hixson Gas Station

A man and a woman were killed in a Sunday morning murder/homicide at a gas station in Hixson. The shooting was shortly after 10 a.m. at a Shell station at Hixson Pike and Brookaire.  Upon arrival, police located Kimberly Phillips, 48, lying in the parking lot from an apparent gunshot wound.  Also in the same parking lot, officers located Frederick Tragresser, 47, ... (click for more)

$2,060,705 Tennessee Cash Jackpot Won In South Pittsburg Friday Night

A Tennessee Cash player in South Pittsburg won a near-record jackpot of $2,060,705 on  Friday  night. A Knoxville Powerball player won $50,000  Saturday  night by matching four of the five white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball. No information is available about the winners until the prizes are claimed. The  $315.3 million ... (click for more)

Brown V. Board (1954) 64 Years Late: Our Schools At A Crossroads

May 17, 1954 is a date forever etched upon the annals of American history because on that pivotal day the Supreme Court would affirm in the decision of Brown v. Board (1954). “We conclude that in the field of public education the doctrine of ‘separate but equal’ has no place. Separate educational facilities are inherently unequal.” This ruling overturned the infamous Plessy v. Ferguson ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Same Family Tree

When it was learned the UnifiEd Foundation was a left-wing crowd of political organizers rather than a group with the sole intent of bettering public education in Hamilton County, several other liberal groups fell under scrutiny and it is uncanny how many of the same few people are intertwined in a county of 360,000 people. Or, as one critic succinctly said, “They are all from ... (click for more)