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SMHS Honors Wrestlers

SMHS Honors Wrestlers
Stace Monday April 7, 2014

Stone Memorial High School honored their wrestling team Sunday with their annual banquet. Sole senior Cody McCarl was named “Outstanding Wrestler,” leading the team with the most points throughout the season. Junior Chase Eichner was named “Most Improved” and Junior Connor Heavilon was honored with the “Panther Pride Award”—an award which goes to the wrestler who shows outstanding leadership skills, technique and attitude throughout the season. Freshman Anthony Alegria was named Most Valuable Freshman. Despite having just one senior on the team, the Panthers sent a record 6 wrestlers to the state championship, Ismael Matias, Justin Johnson, Dakota Karge along with McCarl, Heavilon, and Eichner.

From L to R: I Matias, C Eichner, D Karge, J Johnson, C Heavilon, C McCarl
Photo Credit: Stace


CCHS Jets pick up two wins over the weekend
GC Sunday April 6, 2014

Over the weekend, the Cumberland County Jets baseball team picked up two wins and improved to 12-5 Overall (5-2 District). The first game saw the home standing Jets score seven runs in the first two innings which included a Grant Parrett home run enroute to a 7-3 win over Livingston Academy. Drew Vaden picked up the win with five innings of not hit ball and seven strikeouts. Matt Vanlandingham picked up the save. In the second game, CCHS once again scored seven runs in the first two innings and then held on to win 10-7 over Cocke County. Dave Elliot picked up the win and Morgan Richards closed out the game for the save. Jet's are back in district play as they travel to Warren County for a Tuesday game then the Pioneers visit Jet Park Wednesday night.


TN Tourism Budget will be cut in half
WBIR Sunday April 6, 2014

Tennessee will be cutting the money spent on tourism in half as part of Governor Haslam’s proposed budget. The budget given to the Department of Tourist Development for tourism and advertising this year was originally $8 million. The Governor had proposed that the budget be dropped to $6 million, but has now dropped it down to $4 million. The TN Senate Finance, Ways and Means Committee will review the proposed cut this week.


Cumberland County Elementary Golf Team wins again
Amy Reed Saturday April 5, 2014

Thursday April 4 saw the Cumberland County Elementary School Golf Team host Warren County and Overton County at Bear Trace. Boys: CC 181 Warren Co. 199 Overton Co. 247. CC Boys Zach Young 42, Hogan Herring 43, Jay Burgin 47, Jordan Burgess 49, Justin Reed 55. Girls: CC 112 Warren Co. 130 Overton Co. 120. CC Girls Kelsee Neely 56, Gracie Whittenburg 56


Oak Ridge team of experts save around $3.5 billion at Y12
WBIR Saturday April 5, 2014

The most expensive construction project in Tennessee will now be cheaper thanks to a team of experts. The US Department of Energy is building a new uranium processing facility at Y-12 in Oak Ridge that would have cost around $10 billion to build. But thanks to a team put together by the Oak Ridge National Lab who came up with a different plan, the project will now only cost around $6.5 billion. Currently it looks like the building will be completed around 2025.


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