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We're down to two. Ready to start talking all-conference.

 

I tried to make this easy to start with and picked several from each school.

 

Science Hill

Daniel Norris

Ben McKinney

Patterson, Reed, or Sharp

 

Davy Crockett

Clinton Freeman

Chris Marti

Brandon Massey

 

Sullivan South

Tristan Archer

Reid Matthews

Lockhart, St. Clair

 

Sullivan Central

Carl Roberts

Matt Harmon

Cody Hyden

 

Sullivan East

Des Greer

Tyler Gaby

Kevin Love

 

Daniel Boone

Kevin Connell

Caleb Dishner

Cody Connell, Reynolds, Jones

 

Volunteer

Tyler Hutson

Dylan Frazier

Jake Parker

 

Tennessee High

Jon Krebbs

Jerrod Payne

Cunningham, Mullins

 

DB

Dylan Harvey

Joe Doran

Jamie Crawford,

 

Tried to do it by position but it was very hard. so many are good fielders, hitters, and pitchers or a combo of the two. There are many that are only one and that is hard to pick them over someone who does more than one.

 

I watched Science Hill the most, so I will talk mostly about them.

 

My nominations:

 

Daniel Norris--MVP, centerfield, pitcher

Ben McKinney--leftfield, honorable mention as pitcher

Jon Krebs--3b

Nathaniel Patterson--honorable mention first base

 

I thought Daniel Norris was the most dominate player in Big 9 toward the end of the year. I would nominate him for center field and pitcher and MVP. As an oufielder he was a good hitter, good fielder, got good jump in the outfield, had outstanding speed, good arm. Dominating as a pitcher. Norris carried Science Hill this year. Science Hill is always in the ball game when Norris pitches. If Norris is healthy, Science Hill will be the team to beat for the next two years.

 

I thought Ben McKinney was a good outfielder. Started him at 3b (probably not a good idea). Strong hitter. He was hampered by arm problems, so hesitant to nominate him as a pitcher due lack of consistency. Other pitchers in the district were probably more reliable and consistent.

 

Nat-Pat would get an honorable mention. I'm not sure his hitting was consistent enough for first team, although he played good defensively at first base.

 

Of the others that I saw play, Krebs impressed me at third base.

 

I didn't see enough games with the others to make a cogent choice.

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We're down to two. Ready to start talking all-conference.

 

I tried to make this easy to start with and picked several from each school.

 

Science Hill

Daniel Norris

Ben McKinney

Patterson, Reed, or Sharp

 

Davy Crockett

Clinton Freeman

Chris Marti

Brandon Massey

 

Sullivan South

Tristan Archer

Reid Matthews

Lockhart, St. Clair

 

Sullivan Central

Carl Roberts

Matt Harmon

Cody Hyden

 

Sullivan East

Des Greer

Tyler Gaby

Kevin Love

 

Daniel Boone

Kevin Connell

Caleb Dishner

Cody Connell, Reynolds, Jones

 

Volunteer

Tyler Hutson

Dylan Frazier

Jake Parker

 

Tennessee High

Jon Krebbs

Jerrod Payne

Cunningham, Mullins

 

DB

Dylan Harvey

Joe Doran

Jamie Crawford,

 

Tried to do it by position but it was very hard. so many are good fielders, hitters, and pitchers or a combo of the two. There are many that are only one and that is hard to pick them over someone who does more than one.

 

 

I'm going to add Nick Loughry, Jr. 2nd baseman to the DB list. Nick had a great year, very consistent both at the plate and in the field. His batting average was .500 or above the whole year except for the last week. He ended up leading the the DB team in virtually every offensive category including BA, HR's, RBI's, triples, OB %, total hits and was 2nd in doubles. Played great defense as well.

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I'm going to add Nick Loughry, Jr. 2nd baseman to the DB list. Nick had a great year, very consistent both at the plate and in the field. His batting average was .500 or above the whole year except for the last week. He ended up leading the the DB team in virtually every offensive category including BA, HR's, RBI's, triples, OB %, total hits and was 2nd in doubles. Played great defense as well.

 

My bad. Nick would be at top of DB List. Was top of my 2nd basemen. Sorry Nick.

 

My bad. Nick would be at top of DB List. Was top of my 2nd basemen. Sorry Nick.

 

Conference MVP D-No with no close second.

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We're down to two. Ready to start talking all-conference.

 

I tried to make this easy to start with and picked several from each school.

 

Science Hill

Daniel Norris

Ben McKinney

Patterson, Reed, or Sharp

 

Davy Crockett

Clinton Freeman

Chris Marti

Brandon Massey

 

Sullivan South

Tristan Archer

Reid Matthews

Lockhart, St. Clair

 

Sullivan Central

Carl Roberts

Matt Harmon

Cody Hyden

 

Sullivan East

Des Greer

Tyler Gaby

Kevin Love

 

Daniel Boone

Kevin Connell

Caleb Dishner

Cody Connell, Reynolds, Jones

 

Volunteer

Tyler Hutson

Dylan Frazier

Jake Parker

 

Tennessee High

Jon Krebbs

Jerrod Payne

Cunningham, Mullins

 

DB

Dylan Harvey

Joe Doran

Jamie Crawford,

 

Tried to do it by position but it was very hard. so many are good fielders, hitters, and pitchers or a combo of the two. There are many that are only one and that is hard to pick them over someone who does more than one.

 

 

Daniel Norris no doubt for MVP-- what a player----

Very strong sophomore class in the Big 9 this year period.....can't wait to see everyone play the next 2 years!

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I'm going to add Nick Loughry, Jr. 2nd baseman to the DB list. Nick had a great year, very consistent both at the plate and in the field. His batting average was .500 or above the whole year except for the last week. He ended up leading the the DB team in virtually every offensive category including BA, HR's, RBI's, triples, OB %, total hits and was 2nd in doubles. Played great defense as well.

I concur BB63. Nick did a great job this year.MVP on DB team hands down.Good luck next year.

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Pitchers do get most of the glory. They can and do decide the out come of many games. Norris is awesome. No doubt going to be one of the best to come out of this area. But my top 2 for MVP would be Krebs and Archer in that order.

 

My big 9 team...

1st base Nat Pat / Justin Trent

2nd Nick Loughry

SS Jamie Crawford

3rd Massie / Mullins

Outfield Freeman Gaby Norris

Catcher Delouch Rhyno Reed

Pitchers archer krebs Harvey DES Norris

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Congrats to DC and SH. Good luck down the road! /thumb[1].gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":thumb:" border="0" alt="thumb[1].gif" />

 

SH wins. D-NO wins tourney MVP.

Congrat to Coach Tarlton at Crockett for getting head basketball job. He will win some games for them.

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SH wins. D-NO wins tourney MVP.

Congrat to Coach Tarlton at Crockett for getting head basketball job. He will win some games for them.

 

Congrats to DH and Crockett. Big game Wednesday. Big because it will be hard to beat Knoxville winner there. Both teams hit it well Monday.

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Congrats to DH and Crockett. Big game Wednesday. Big because it will be hard to beat Knoxville winner there. Both teams hit it well Monday.

 

NETFAN, just got back into town from a Mother's Day trip to take mama to see the kids and grands. Wanted to tell you that your boys played a good game the other night. Archer is sure a good little pitcher. The conditions were not the best in the world but our PATS just ran out of steam. I do send congrats along to SH and Crockett for their wins. I was impressed with Crockett's win over South. Seemed like the Crockett boys wanted the win more. They were sure fired up. So it's been a good bb season and sure enjoyed the chats with all. Reckon, football will be next.

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Does anyone have any idea of who was chosen for the All-Conference Team??? We haven't heard a thing other than a couple of players....

 

traditionally they do not announce them until everyone has lost.

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