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About fastpitchnut

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  1. Laugh and make jokes as you may. But I am just partially stating my feelings and partially stating some facts. I would love to coach these girls and as a matter of fact I have in the past on the Little League level, but the situation remains the same and I also know that this type of thing happens in all sports at some level some time or another. Just wish it didn't. Isn't the first;won't be the last.
  2. Well, here is another White County softball season headed down the drain. Why you may ask? It can be said in 2 words:Head Coach. Don't get me wrong, Coach Beaty is a really nice lady, and a great basketball coach, but when it comes to softball, she just doesn' t have the know how. For one thing, it is so very obvisous that she makes sure her basketball players play, even if they aren't very good, while she has very talented, even travel ball players, sitting on the bench, because they don't play basketball. She has made the statement several times that she "looks after her basketball players" and that they will be "taken care of." Another thing, she has two very knowledgable assistant coaches, that when they are able to put the girls where they need to go, talent & ability wise, you have a team that can't be beat. Sure, nobody expects to win every game, but when you go year after year with maybe one or two wins, and those wins have to come in your JV games, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure it out. Oh, and by the way, just for your curiousity, I don't even have a girl on the team, but I love softball, and watch when I can, no matter how heatbreaking it is to see these girls suffer.
  3. Coach Kerr is leaving Sparta for family reasons. He is returning to Anderson County to be with his family, and will then go back to assistant coaching whjen the time is right. He will be leaving at Christmas break, and he will be missed by the Sparta fans. As of yet, there have been no names mentioned, although the AD is looking at some potential head coaches. As for the former Coach Brown being at the WCHS game the other night, his wife still teaches at WCMS, and his daughter is a Freshman at WCHS.
  4. /roflol.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":roflol:" border="0" alt="roflol.gif" /> That is just too funny!!!!
  5. Well, no official word on the position being open, just the usual rumor mill stuff. White County is a good place, and it is a shame that the football program isn't the way it used to be. They are in a nw division next year, but they are still playing some of the same schools, such as Cookeville, Warren County, Crossville, etc. Just have to wait and see. Better luck next year Warriors!! /popcorneater.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":popcorneater:" border="0" alt="popcorneater.gif" />
  6. Prayers are lifted above from White County. I was told that the flight to Erlanger was more of a pre-cautionary measure, so let's hope that is the case, and he is already on the road to recovery.
  7. WOW!! What an inaccurate scoutingg report given by Rhea Co. First off, Dalton Bain has not played QB all season long. Second, Andre Shockley hasn't played all year, and as a matter of fact is no longer a member of the team, and even though Dillon Kay is one of the biggest football players in Tn ( at least you got that one right), he has seen very limited playing time, and is out for the season. Rhea County has a good team again this year, and yes, White County is struggling just to get to the end of the season, but it may be a competitive game, based on the way the series ended last year, and hopefully this year there won't be a brawl at the end of the clock expiring. LOL
  8. Everyone please keep White County track star Markie Voyles' family in your prayers. She was killed early this morning in a traffic accident. She was a very talented runner & will be sadly mised by all. For more infomation visit myspartanews.com.
  9. Well folks, who gets the win? In the past I would have bet some sure money on White County to come up with the win, when playing against a team the has an 0-6 record, but now I'm just not so sure. The pst few weeks have been really tough for them, and I just don't know what's up. /blush.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":blush:" border="0" alt="blush.gif" /> They just seem to be going backwards, instead of forwards, and it's time for that to stop. I'm going to stick with them, and say they get the "W" Friday night, and I sure hope they do, but it may be a harder fought contest than they think.
  10. WOW!! I am in such shock and all I know to say is congrats Jets. The team who scored first, as well as last was the team to beat, and White Co just couldn't muster enough strength to do it. This did not look like the team from the past two weeks. I don't know what happened. All I can say is better luck next week at Hixson.
  11. Sparta looked much better last week on defense that any of the games. If the offense could get up to the same ability, I think we might be in some busines. I'm sure that the homecoming week hype is going to help with the momentum building, and Sparta will come away wiht the victory!!
  12. Well, what does everyone think? White County looked better on defense against Cleveland thatn they have all year. Sure they didn't score & lost, but to hold the 4th ranked team in the state to 28 points is saying something. I will give White County the homecoming win Friday night. /thumb[1].gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":thumb:" border="0" alt="thumb[1].gif" />
  13. Speed is just not something that White County has had very much of. Sorry, couldn't really think of anybody that really stuck out other than those. /thumb[1].gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":thumb:" border="0" alt="thumb[1].gif" />
  14. Well, here we go again... Off the topic. You know "fellowes", apparently you don't or can't play football, so all you can do is trash it. Coach Kerr is an amazing person, as well as a wonderful coach. He actually cares about these players, not just on the field but off. He is also equipped with a wealth of football knowledge, that I wish you just had one ounce of. Yes, my son is a player, and I wouldn't want ANYBODY else in White County coaching him, than Coach Kerr. Now.... on to the question that "ateverygame" asked: Sam Gribble has a lot of speed, as does Aaron Murray, so if your looking for now players, they are two of the fastest. Now as for past players, Lewis Carrick was a fast paced player. Also, Kenny Butler didn't do such a bad job either.
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