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The Cumberland County Golf Team shot an 185 to defeat Allardt 258. Boys: Hogan Herring 41, Zach Young 44, Jay Burgin 46, Jordan Burgess 54, Justin Reed and Leif Smith 56. The Girls: Kelsee Neely 47, Gracie Whittenburg 56, Alex Debruyn 67, Jillian Petrovit 70.
CCHS Lady Jets lost 8-7 on Tuesday after a surprise rally turned a six-run second inning advantage into a Warren County victory at Warren County. The bottom of the first saw CCHS Lady Jets take an early lead, 6-0. Warren County pushed across one run in both the fourth inning and the fifth. The Pioneers never trailed after scoring four runs in the sixth. Jordyn Wilson pitched five innings while Sam Hassler threw two. Lady Jet Hitters Callie Borgialli 1-3; Erin Dille 1-3; Lydia Harris 2-3; Sam Hassler 1-4; Tori Kerley 3-4, 1 RBI; Emily Terpening 2-3, 1 RBI; Bailey Woods 2-4, 2 RBIís; Kenzie Woods 2-4 and 1 RBI. Lady Jets fall to 5-9.
After seven lead changes in Monday's game at Jet Park, the Cumberland County Jets finally pulled out a 9-6 win over Rhea County. Cumberland County Jets tied the game in the fifth inning and finally managed to grab the lead in the sixth inning by scoring four runs. Matt Ledbetter (2-1) recorded the win for the Cumberland County Jets as he struck out eight, walked five and gave up six hits. Grant Parrett (Pictured) picked up the save. Jet hitters Ryan Burgess 3-4, 2 RBIís; Matt Ledbetter 1-2; Grant Parrett 2-4; Reed Shaw 1-4, 3 RBIís; Drew Vaden 1-3 and Nathaniel Wyatt 1-4 with 1 RBI. Jets improve to 8-5 (4-2 District) and travel to Rhea County today. Photo courtesy of D. Shaw.
Tennessee basketball head coach Cuonzo Martin has removed his name from consideration for the same position at Marquette. Martin reportedly met with Marquette officials on Sunday to talk about their opening. Martin, who just finished the third year of a five year deal at Tennessee, was given a $50,000 raise on his $1.3 million annual salary at the end of last season, but he was not given a contract extension. The penalty if he were to take a similar job at another university fell on from $2.6 million to $1.3 million today (Tuesday).
Governor Bill Haslam says he won't be able to give state employees and teachers a pay increase next year, mainly because of reductions due to an ongoing decline in revenue collections. Haslam says poor revenue collections are forcing him to make $150 million in reductions for the remainder of this budget year, and $160 million for next year. Haslam said state officials are investigating why business taxes, in particular, continue to fall short of projections.