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  1. Team Morris Automotive competes in the Sandlot HS Division. In need of a couple more players. At least one more catcher and infielder. Email [email protected]
  2. We still have two roster spots open. We begin playing next week. Contact [email protected] if you are interested.
  3. We will still meet today under the pavilion if it continues to rain.
  4. There will be a free try-out for the 17U team on Sunday, May 1st at 6:00pm at the fields behind the City Hall in Lavergne. 5093 Murfreesboro Road La Vergne, Tennessee 37086 Bring all necessary equipment. Contact: [email protected]
  5. 17U baseball travel team located in Middle Tennessee is in need of a few more players. Also looking to schedule a few more double headers. If you are interested contact Jay Landrum at [email protected]
  6. Here is an article from the DNJ regarding Zach Kirsch, a senior on LaVergne's Baseball Team. Zach lost his home due to a fire this weekend. This comes a year after losing his father. He is a great kid and has a great family who are very active in the community. If you are interested in helping him and his mother, the contact information is at the end of the article. Yesterday was the first day of practice for TSSAA high school spring sports across the state. Baseballs and softball were thrown around ball diamonds on a beautiful February afternoon. Soccer balls were kicked. Tennis balls were hit. At La Vergne High, that was no different. However, the Wolverines' baseball team also had a crash-course on team togetherness this weekend. The team's senior catcher Zach Kirsch and his mother Tricia lost the La Vergne house they were renting to an electrical fire. Everything was lost — from Zach's team gear to the family pet cat. Everything may be difficult to replace, but those in the La Vergne area are trying to replace what they can. "Zach is a part of the La Vergne baseball team," said Carla Lyons, a parent and member of the team's booster club. Lyons got the call at 1:15 a.m. on Sunday about the fire. No one was at home when the fire occurred. Zach was working and Tricia was at a birthday party, Lyons said. The La Vergne High baseball family quickly went to work, getting items donated — from clothing to furniture to monetary help. The La Vergne community has also stepped forward, helping the family. "You know, we've got a good community out here," La Vergne coach Steve Williams said. "Within 24 hours of when we got the call they had a place to live. We got them furniture and the booster club raised about $1,500 in three hours. "The support has been overwhelming." It's been a rough year for the family. Tricia's husband — Zach's father — died just over a year ago. However, on Monday the baseball program and La Vergne community showed the Kirschs that they have a family here in La Vergne — a big one. "It's bee wonderful how our baseball group has stepped up as well as others," Lyons said. "We've all stepped up. We're a big family here at La Vergne." Monday was a day for fundamentals at ballfields across the state. And that was no different than at La Vergne High. However, here they also had a crash-course of life and that there is more to it than baseball. That's much more important than any hitting or fielding drill they will do on the field. Anyone wanting to make a donation to help the Kirsch family can contact Lyons at 615-260-5825.
  7. I believe LaVergne is playing Dickson Co and Coffee Co today, not Beech.
  8. David, LaVergne has it on their schedule they only play Upperman tonight at 6:30. Not Hendersonville or Brentwood.
  9. Coach Stevens met with the players and parents last night. I believe we were all impressed and excited about the up-coming season. It looks like he is keeping a few coaches and looking for some new ones to bring in. He spoke very respectful of Oak Ridge, Austin East, and Coach Hester. He discussed a lot about instilling discipline and building a program, not just a team. GO RINES!
  10. Congratulations to Eagle and kudos for not picking your weightclass correctly or we would have to do a Pete Rose investigation. And to Bayoubear, are we charging for parking?
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