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An Olympic journey begins - Sports writer Aaron Suttles caught up with Deontay Wilder at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs late last week, as the local heavyweight is just days away from beginning his journey to Beijing. 977
July 30th, 2008
A Bowden is picked to win ACC, but it's not Bobby - For the 17th straight year, a Bowden-coached team is the preseason favorite in the Atlantic Coast Conference. 976
July 30th, 2008
Sandlot ball going the way of wooden bats - Sandlot baseball, a slice of American life enjoyed for decades by boys from coast to coast, appears on the verge of extinction. 975
July 30th, 2008
Registration extended for county golf event - TUSCALOOSA | Registration has been extended until today at 6 p.m. for this weekend's Tuscaloosa County Golf Championship at Ol' Colony Golf Complex.<br>The event will tee off Saturday and Sunday at 7:30 a.m. More than 70 golfers have already registered. Divisions are available for both men and women. 974
July 30th, 2008
Kentuck All-Stars fall short of championship - CULLMAN | The Northport Kentuck All-Stars 11-year-old team made it to Tuesday's championship round at the Dizzy Dean World Series, but couldn't come out of the loser's bracket to knock off Fossil Park of St. Petersburg, Fla. 973
July 30th, 2008
West gives verbal commitment to Tide - Gerald West, from Mobile-Faith Academy has given his verbal pledge to the University of Alabama. 972
July 30th, 2008
U.S. team rallies for 6-2 win over Akron - AKRON, Ohio | The U.S. softball team got a little revenge - and two hits - against Angela Tincher. 971
July 30th, 2008
AHSAAA adopts regional format for '09 softball playoffs - MONTGOMERY | Softball teams in the AHSAA will compete in regional tournaments next spring to qualify for the state tournament in Montgomery.<br>AHSAA Executive Director Steve Savarese predicted that the change in the playoff format 'will make high school softball even bigger and better than before,' according to a release from the AHSAA. 970
July 30th, 2008
Silvers leads U.S. Amateur qualifiers - ATLANTA | Mark Silvers III of Savannah was the top qualifier at the Piedmont Driving Club Course for next month's U.S. Amateur Championship at Pinehurst, N.C. 969
July 30th, 2008
Florida quarterback Tim Tebow puts helping others ahead of making plays - Tim Tebow has a Heisman Trophy on his mantle and a national championship ring for his finger.<br>The University of Florida's quarterback entered the summer before his junior season on a mission, but it had nothing to do with football. 968
July 30th, 2008
TA's Watts commits to Kentucky - TUSCALOOSA | After her junior season at Tuscaloosa Academy, Laurin Watts traveled to play softball in Florida, Tennessee and South Carolina. A trip to Kentucky allowed her to do something for her future. 967
July 30th, 2008
ACA coach stepping down - TUSCALOOSA | When baseball season rolls around, Bart Smelley might watch a little spring football, either at the University of Alabama or at South Carolina.<br>Smelley, who directed American Christian Academy's baseball team to three state championships in seven seasons, has decided to retire from coaching. 966
July 30th, 2008
Post 34 falls in American Legion state tourney - TROY | Corben Green and Nick Vickerson each drove in four runs on Friday, but Tuscaloosa Post 34 lost, 17-14, to Florence Post 11 in the American Legion state tournament.<br>Green went 4-for-4 with a two-run home run. Vickerson went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer. 965
July 30th, 2008
Defending champ the favorite to win Tuscaloosa County Golf Tournament - TUSCALOOSA | When the Tuscaloosa County Golf Tournament gets under way this morning at Ol' Colony Golf Course, close to 100 golfers will tee it up with the hope of hoisting the championship trophy on Sunday afternoon. The 36-hole, medal play tournament is in its second year under the watchful eye of course pro Gary Braughton. 964
July 30th, 2008
Stillman's Hardin on All-SIAC team - By Andrew Carroll<br>Sports Writer<br>TUSCALOOSA | All-America candidate Dre'Mail Hardin is one of five Stillman College football players named to the preseason All-SIAC team. 963
July 30th, 2008
Booth on target for championship - TUSCALOOSA | Skipper Booth, a Northport archery enthusiast, understands the pressures of facing world-class competition. <br>He's been there, placing fourth, sixth and 13th in the last three years in North Carolina.<br>Booth didn't just qualify this year. He won his way into the Buckmasters Top Bow Indoor World Championship. 962
July 30th, 2008
Elliott holds one-shot lead - TUSCALOOSA | Chad Elliott ended Day 1 of the second annual Tuscaloosa County Golf Championship with the lead in his possession. An accomplishment that's not too bad for a man who has only been playing golf for five months after a six-year absence. 961
July 30th, 2008
Knipher left standing after three-way playoff - The second annual Tuscaloosa County Golf Championship came to an exciting end Sunday at Ol' Colony Golf Complex. After several hours of play, three golfers emerged tied for the top spot. 960
July 30th, 2008
Terence Farmer to transfer Wyoming - LARAMIE, Wyo. | Former University of Alabama football player Tarence Farmer has transferred to Wyoming, according to a report in the Laramie Boomerang newspaper. 959
July 30th, 2008
Rodgers takes over for Pack - With the Brett Favre standoff still simmering, Aaron Rodgers took his place Monday as the Packers' new starting quarterback. 958
July 30th, 2008
Day at the Pit-yard - Yes, the race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway was a debacle. No point in denying it. 957
July 30th, 2008
Shelton State AD wants success to keep on coming - When the 2007-2008 school year ended, three Shelton State Community College teams had participated in National Junior College Athletic Association tournaments, and the cheerleaders won a national championship. 956
July 30th, 2008
Benford and Bracknell win Member-Guest event - TUSCALOOSA | Bill Benford and Chuck Bracknell won the championship flight in the recent Country Club of Tuscaloosa Member-Guest Golf Tournament, combining for 26 points on the event's scoring system to beat out runners-up Phil Austin and Andrew Knipher by two points. 955
July 30th, 2008
Madison to play baseball for Lawson - Berry High School coach Danny Raines kept saying the same thing when he was asked to describe Colton Madison, his former player and recent graduate who signed in May to play baseball at Lawson State. 954
July 30th, 2008
Hubbertville's Tucker wins $1,000 scholarship - MONTGOMERY | Hubbertville High School's Chasidy Tucker was named a recipient of an Alabama High School Athletic Directors and Coaches Association Coaches Children Scholarship.<br>A total of 10 scholarships valued at $1,000 were awarded to children of AHSADCA members. The winners were selected by a committee of coaches. 953
July 30th, 2008
NASCAR apologizes for fiasco - NASCAR apologized Tuesday for the tire fiasco that ruined its prestigious race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and vowed to avoid a repeat. 952
July 30th, 2008
Favre faxes letters to NFL, seeks reinstatement - Brett Favre has sent his reinstatement paperwork to the NFL and is awaiting approval from commissioner Roger Goodell, league spokesman Randall Liu confirmed Tuesday. 951
July 30th, 2008
No comparison - If you follow the game of football at all, you've probably heard about how chock-full of talent the state of Florida is when it comes to high school players. 950
July 30th, 2008
Moore is new coach at Bryant High - TUSCALOOSA | The Tuscaloosa City school board hired a football coach for Paul W. Bryant High School during a contentious meeting Thursday evening in which some parents accused the board of racism. 949
July 18th, 2008
Oliver to speak at UWA Kickoff Dinner - LIVINGSTON | The University of West Alabama Athletic Department will hold its annual Kickoff Dinner on Monday night, Aug. 25, at 6:30 p.m. The featured speaker will be former University of Alabama and Auburn University defensive coordinator Bill Oliver. 948
July 18th, 2008
Hamilton whips West Alabama - TUSCALOOSA | Listless, sluggish, lackluster - take your pick. Any of these adjectives would aptly describe West Alabama Post 29's 12-2 dismantling at the hands of Hamilton Post 91 in Thursday night's opening game of the district tournament at Tuscaloosa Academy. 947
July 18th, 2008
Former Tide player advances to singles play - TUSCALOOSA | Joseph Jung, a former University of Alabama tennis player, saw Joseph Dwyer play in a tournament in Arkansas a few weeks ago.<br>Dwyer, 17, recently moved to town from Texas and plans to attend Northridge High School as a senior. Jung is studying computer science as an Alabama graduate student. 946
July 18th, 2008
Road to state title starts tonight for Post 34 - TUSCALOOSA | The American Legion District Tournament gets underway tonight as Tuscaloosa Post 34, West Alabama Post 29 and Hamilton Post 91 will battle it out over the course of three days at Tuscaloosa Academy, the winner earning a trip to the state tournament next weekend in Troy. 945
July 17th, 2008
Father, son team up for tennis victory - TUSCALOOSA | Anthony Williams and Chass Horton, doubles partners in the Pritchett-Moore Men's City Invitational, met for the first time a day before their first match. 944
July 17th, 2008
Green scores 13 points against Bahamas - Playing for the USA U18 National Team, University of Alabama incoming freshman JaMychal Green scored 13 points and grabbed eight rebounds to help the his team blast the Bahamas 115-51 Tuesday in second-round play at the FIBA Americas Championship in Formosa, Argentina. 943
July 16th, 2008
Tide's Knight said looking to play elsewhere - University of Alabama linebacker Ezekial Knight is apparently looking to play football at a smaller school. 942
July 16th, 2008
Vanderbilt has new uniforms this season - NASHVILLE, Tenn. | Vanderbilt football players will wear nine uniform variations this season with black, gold and white options for both jerseys and pants. 941
July 16th, 2008
AL wins All-Star game 4-3 in 15 innings - NEW YORK | Baseball's All-Stars came to say goodbye to Yankee Stadium - and what a long, long goodbye it was. 940
July 16th, 2008
Browder tops former prep teammate - Clete Browder and Courtland Williams, former tennis teammates at Tuscaloosa Academy, faced off as opponents on Tuesday in the Pritchett-Moore Men's City Invitational at Indian Hills Country Club. 939
July 16th, 2008
Newman will leave Penske after season - Ryan Newman, projected as a possible teammate for Tony Stewart on the two-time NASCAR champion's new team, will leave Penske Racing at the end of the 2008 season. 938
July 15th, 2008
Fond memories of Yankee Stadium - The first time Babe Ruth stepped into Yankee Stadium he paused briefly, gazing across the grand facade, and opined, 'some ball yard.' 937
July 15th, 2008
Askew a little rusty, but advances in singles play - The first day of the Pritchett-Moore Men's City Invitational tennis tournament began Monday with some new faces in the 'Wimbledon of Tuscaloosa.' 936
July 15th, 2008
West Alabamians honored by Alabama Wildlife Federation - MILLBROOK | West Alabama residents will be presented two top awards when the Alabama Wildlife Federation holds its annual banquet. 935
July 14th, 2008
TA graduate Tyler Barton to play at Huntingdon College - TUSCALOOSA | When Tyler Barton is older, with a family of his own, one day he'll be able to look back and tell them about the things he accomplished. 934
July 14th, 2008
Kessler aims for seventh doubles title - TUSCALOOSA | Hubert Kessler has been playing in the Pritchett-Moore Men's City Invitational tennis tournament nearly half his life. 933
July 14th, 2008
3-D event set for bowhunters - BIRMINGHAM | Bowhunters of Alabama is sponsoring an archery event on an indoor 3-D range during the World Deer and Turkey Expo, Friday through Sunday at the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex. 932
July 13th, 2008
Dove hunters get earlier opening date - MONTGOMERY | The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources this week announced a final framework for the 2008 dove season that features the earliest opening date in years for the northern zone, which includes all of West Alabama.<br>This year, both the north and south zones will have a 70-day season with a 15-a-day bag limit. 931
July 13th, 2008
Martial arts fighters say sport has gotten a bad rap - TUSCALOOSA | Chris Davis and D.J. Taylor want you to know you shouldn't be afraid of them.<br>Just because Davis kicks with leg-snapping force and Taylor could have you pinned and submitted in less than 10 seconds doesn't mean you should fear them. 930
July 13th, 2008
Charters wonder what will happen when the snapper season ends - ORANGE BEACH | For now, things are good for Rob Gams.<br>'It's awesome,' said Gams, captain of the charter boat Cool Breeze. 'I'm having a real good year. Ever since snapper season, I've been fishing every day.'<br>The only problem is that Gams has no idea what will happen after red snapper season ends. 929
July 13th, 2008
Tuscaloosa Post 34 tops Florence Post 11, 2-1 - DECATUR | Tuscaloosa Post 34 won its opening game in the River City Classic, hosted by Decatur, in American Legion baseball action Friday.<br>Josh Cagle (4-1) pitched a stellar nine innings in the win. He allowed three hits and one run. He struck out 14.<br>Corben Green was 3-for-4 and Colby Dickerson and Jay Davis were both 2-for-3. 928
July 12th, 2008
West Alabama teams among honored by AHSAA - HUNTSVILLE | Ninety-two high schools will be honored Wednesday at the 12th annual All-Star Sports Week for having no fines or ejections in the just completed school year. 927
July 12th, 2008
Big turnout expected for Tuscaloosa County Golf Championship - TUSCALOOSA | Gary Braughton is expecting a large turnout for the second annual Tuscaloosa County Golf Championship July 26-27 at Ol' Colony Golf Complex.<br>Braughton, director of the tournament, said there were approximately 50 players last year.<br>"I would like to have at least 80 participants this year," Braughton said. 926
July 12th, 2008
Winfield's Lothrop spends most of his - WINFIELD | A new set of tires: $460.<br>A new engine: $2,200.<br>The feeling Don Lothrop gets dirt-track racing on Saturday nights: Priceless.<br>Lothrop is a 27-year-old Winfield resident who has been racing on weekends at Thunder Valley Speedway, a dirt track in Winfield, for more than half of the past decade. 925
July 12th, 2008
After 40 years, Tuscaloosa drag racer showing no signs of slowing down - Drag Racer Glenn Noland and his girlfriend, Penny Browning, have suffered through broken elbows, blown motors and even going down the track sideways, but always seem to find their way back to the race track. 924
July 12th, 2008
Football stand-outs lend their experience to students - TUSCALOOSA<br>After six successful years of the Positive Young Men of West Alabama Football Camp, Eric McCalpine is starting to see the students become the teachers. 923
July 12th, 2008
Concerns mount over Bryant's coaching situation - TUSCALOOSA | 'Why are coaches leaving (Paul W.) Bryant High School'' 922
July 11th, 2008
Samford lands three major college transfers - BIRMINGHAM | Samford football coach Pat Sullivan has added three major college transfers to the roster.<br>The Bulldogs have signed quarterback Matt Malouf from the University of Memphis, along with Clemson receiver Jeff Ogren and LSU tight end J.D. Lott.<br>Malouf will join a crowded race for the starting job at quarterback. 921
July 10th, 2008
UWA volleyball welcomes five newcomers - LIVINGSTON | The University of West Alabama has announced the 2008 signing class for the Tiger volleyball program under first-year coach Nathan Baker. Baker signed five in the class, including Alabama junior college standouts Jordan Kent and Lana Pigg from Northwest Shoals Community College. 920
July 10th, 2008
Football coach Pugh resigns at Bryant High - TUSCALOOSA | George Pugh is resigning as head football coach at Paul W. Bryant High School, according to a statement released by Tuscaloosa City Schools Superintendent Joyce Levey. 919
July 10th, 2008
Top Division is wide open for Men's City - TUSCALOOSA | Keith Swindoll is looking for a few good tennis players.<br>Preferably some really good ones. 918
July 10th, 2008
Post 96 blows out Post 34, 17-7 - Tuscaloosa Post 96 piled on 17 runs Tuesday to blow out Tuscaloosa Post 34, 17-7, in American Legion baseball action. 917
July 9th, 2008
Bennett, Thomas on All-Sun Bowl Team - Two of the greatest linebackers in University of Alabama football history, Cornelius Bennett and Derrick Thomas, were among 75 players named to the Sun Bowl Association's 75th Anniversary All-Sun Bowl Team announced on Tuesday. 916
July 9th, 2008
JaMychal Green makes U.S. team - University of Alabama signee JaMychal Green has made the final cut for the USA Basketball men's under-18 national team that will play in the 2008 FIBA Americas U18 Championship starting next Monday in Formosa, Argentina. 915
July 9th, 2008
UA's Johnson makes Thorpe watch list - University of Alabama senior safety Rashad Johnson, a Sulligent High School product, has been named as one of 40 defensive backs on the watch list for the 2008 Jim Thorpe Award. 914
July 9th, 2008
Five UA football freshmen on honor roll - The University of Alabama football team had five players named to the 2008 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll announced Tuesday. 913
July 9th, 2008
Dedrick is facing difficult decision - Wayne Dedrick could not have had a better high school senior year.<br>He signed a basketball scholarship offer from Lipscomb University in November. 912
July 9th, 2008
Tornadoes' new coach believes in conditioning - NFL Hall of Fame coach Vince Lombardi once said fatigue makes cowards of us all. 911
July 9th, 2008
Central jumping from Class 4A to Class 5A - Central High School football coach Melvin Pete knew coming into this season that his Falcons would have a target on their back. 910
July 9th, 2008
Wakeboarder has all the right moves - TUSCALOOSA | In a town filled with people who live, eat and breathe college football, Bradley Holliday stands out with a rather unique sporting interest. 909
July 8th, 2008
Alabama hosts youth rowing camp next week - TUSCALOOSA | As the youngest varsity program on the University of Alabama campus, the Crimson Tide rowing team is taking steps to grow the sport not only on campus, but in the community as well, including next week's camp for 14-18 year olds. 908
July 8th, 2008
Hemphill wins silver medals in raquetball championships - Robert Hemphill won two silver medals recently at the 35th USAR Junior Olympic Championships racquetball competition on Concord, Calif. 907
July 8th, 2008
State Rep. to introduce boxing bill - State Rep. Gerald Allen is racing the clock to get a statewide boxing commission bill introduced in time to honor Alabama Olympic heavyweight boxer Deontay Wilder. 906
July 8th, 2008
Minor league, major fun - If the long holiday weekend left you feeling patriotic and looking for more all-American fun, then turn to baseball - America's favorite pastime. 905
July 8th, 2008
Tuscaloosa's Sparks sets U.S. record in the javelin at Sports Festival - TUSCALOOSA | Going into the Alabama Sports Festival in Hoover on June 21, 14-year-old javelin thrower Adam Sparks was confident he was going to put up good numbers. 904
July 7th, 2008
Holthaus hits hole-in-one - Ken Holthaus hit a hole-in-one on Wednesday at the NorthRiver Yacht Club. His ace came on the No. 6 hole, a 156-yard par-3, with a 9-iron.<br>Witnesses were Dr. Bill Beel and Mr. Kyle Johnson. 903
July 7th, 2008
Post 34 reels off four straight wins in tourney - COLUMBIA, Tenn. | Tuscaloosa American Legion Post 34 lost its opening game in the Independence Day Classic tournament hosted by Columbis (Tenn.) Post 19 before posting four straight wins.<br>On Thursday, New Jersey Post 29 topped Post 34, 14-6.<br>Dakota Patrick took the loss pitching 2&#8260;3 of an inning. He allowed eight runs on four hits. 902
July 7th, 2008
OUTDOORS: Boaters having tough time at the pump - TUSCALOOSA<br>Even $4 a gallon gasoline isn't expected to keep boaters off the water during the busiest boating weekend of the year. But there's little doubt that high fuel prices are being felt on the water. 901
July 7th, 2008
Boaters having tough time at the pump - TUSCALOOSA<br>Even $4 a gallon gasoline isn't expected to keep boaters off the water during the busiest boating weekend of the year. But there's little doubt that high fuel prices are being felt on the water. 900
July 6th, 2008
Brewer falls short in bid to make team - EUGENE, Ore. | Tuscaloosa Middle School teacher Chandra Brewer came up a few inches short in her effort to earn a trip to the 2008 Summer Games.<br>Brewer finished fourth among the 12 finalists in the women's shot put event at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials on Saturday at Hayward Stadium. 899
July 6th, 2008
Big turnout expected at Dizzy Dean Tournament - NORTHPORT | The hot temperature, sounds of children playing and parents sitting back and watching over their kids describe what many consider a picturesque Fourth of July setting. 898
July 5th, 2008
Tuscaloosa teacher reaches finals in Olympic Trials - EUGENE, Ore. | Tuscaloosa Middle School teacher Chandra Brewer kept her Olympic dream alive late Thursday night by advancing to the shot put finals at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials with a sixth-place finish among 20 competitors in the preliminary round. 897
July 5th, 2008
Former Bryant High star hopes to heat it up in the Major Leagues - TUSCALOOSA | It's been called The House that Ruth Built and The Cathedral of Baseball.<br>Now it's also David Robertson's office. 896
July 5th, 2008
Olympic dream still alive - Tuscaloosa Middle School teacher Chandra Brewer kept her Olympic dream alive late last night by advancing to the shot put finals at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials with a sixth-place finish among 20 competitors in the preliminary round. 895
July 4th, 2008
Top 50 recruits in Alabama: 41-50 - The top 50 recruits across the state of Alabama, compiled by our resident recruiting expert Andrew Bone. Here are Nos. 41-50 894
July 4th, 2008
Top 50 recruits in Alabama: 31-40 - The top 50 recruits across the state of Alabama, compiled by our resident recruiting expert Andrew Bone. Here are Nos. 31-40 893
July 4th, 2008
Top 50 recruits in Alabama: 21-30 - The top 50 recruits across the state of Alabama, compiled by our resident recruiting expert Andrew Bone. Here are Nos. 21-30. 892
July 4th, 2008
Top 50 recruits in Alabama: 11-20 - The top 50 recruits across the state of Alabama, compiled by our resident recruiting expert Andrew Bone. Here are Nos. 11-20. 891
July 4th, 2008
Top 50 recruits in Alabama: 1-10 - The top 50 recruits across the state of Alabama, compiled by our resident recruiting expert Andrew Bone. Here is the Top 10. 890
July 4th, 2008
Central defensive back quite a pick - TUSCALOOSA | Hands to your opponents chest, shove, back-pedal, back-pedal, hip turn, stop and break on the ball. Repeat. 889
July 4th, 2008
Pickens County receiver could have a Crimson future - REFORM | Ranked 26th, Pickens County High School wide receiver Mardrecas Hood checks in as the highest rated West Alabama player on The Tuscaloosa News Top 50 prospects in Alabama.<br>A combination of speed and physicality make Hood a highly-sought after athlete by schools across the southeast. 888
July 4th, 2008
Fayette County linebacker an emerging star - FAYETTE | With the early-morning sun still climbing its way in the sky, the clanking, banging and grunts of bar bells and weights being lifted and hitting the floor ring out across the mostly-deserted Fayette County High School parking lot. 887
July 4th, 2008
Breaking down the state's best - Even though the high school football season is still a couple of months away, a pair of Gadsden City High School seniors are being touted as the best prospects in the state. Welcome to our summer recruiting spectacular. 886
July 4th, 2008
Shelton State's Bussey inks with MSU - When Justin Bussey returned from Colorado, he had to make a choice about his baseball future. 885
July 3rd, 2008
Tuscaloosa's Robertson promoted to D'backs - Tuscaloosa native and former Central High baseball standout Connor Robertson was called up to the Arizona Diamondbacks Tuesday after the club placed Eric Byrnes and Chris Snyder on the disabled list. 884
July 3rd, 2008
Wimbledon at a glance - Lest anyone forget that Roger Federer has, indeed, lost at Wimbledon, the BBC filled time during a rain delay Wednesday by rolling tape of his 2002 first-round exit against Mario Ancic. 883
July 3rd, 2008
Riley extends Alabama's red snapper season - MOBILE | Alabama Gov. Bob Riley has extended red snapper season by a month in state waters of the Gulf of Mexico while contending that Florida and Texas have been let off the hook for declining to follow federal regulations in the Gulf. 882
July 2nd, 2008
Kniper, Styes win Bill Burton Tournament - TUSCALOOSA | Andrew Knipher and Ben Styes combined to shoot 65-66 for a two-day total of 131 to win the Bill Burton 4-ball tournament at the Country Club of Tuscaloosa recently. They edged Josh Stephens and Jake Nick (65-68-133) for the title on the par-72 course. 881
July 2nd, 2008
Daniels receives FCA award, scholarship - BROOKWOOD | Seventeen-year-old Sarah Daniels doesn't like to be interviewed. She says she's not good at them and doesn't feel comfortable as the center of attention. 880
July 2nd, 2008
Rocky road for Shelton State's Horne ends in Tennessee - TUSCALOOSA | Tyler Horne, a record-setting third baseman for Shelton State Community College, traveled a rough road to reach Rocky Top.<br>Horne, who overcame a personal tragedy and arm surgery, recently signed to play baseball at the University of Tennessee. 879
July 2nd, 2008
Joseph Dwyer takes tennis, life to a new level - The young tennis prodigy, who recently finished second in the boys 18-and-under division of the United States Tennis Association Southern Closed Tournament, has a perspective on life that few have. 878
July 2nd, 2008
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