Local Sports Scoreboard Roundup
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ON A RECENT VISIT to his alma mater, former Walker Valley Mustangs punter Caleb Houston was presented a photograph of one of his kicks that hung in the Mustangs’ field house. Walker Valley head coach Glen Ryan presented the photo to Houston, who will begin spring camp with the University of Central Florida Knights next week.
ON A RECENT VISIT to his alma mater, former Walker Valley Mustangs punter Caleb Houston was presented a photograph of one of his kicks that hung in the Mustangs’ field house. Walker Valley head coach Glen Ryan presented the photo to Houston, who will begin spring camp with the University of Central Florida Knights next week.
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The SETAC volleyball tournament was hosted at Ocoee Middle on Monday night. Rhea Central beat Chilhowee in two games and Dayton City beat Lake Forest in two games. The semifinals were Ocoee and Rhea Central with the Lady Colts winning with scores of 25-15 and 25-18. The finals were Ocoee and Dayton City with the Lady Colts winning the championship match 25-6 and 25-12. Lady Colts coach Taylor Pruett said, "All eight players had a great night and played together as a team and accomplished their last goal of winning the SETAC." The Lady Colts finished their season with a record of 17-3 with championships at the Cleveland Raider Rally and SETAC. Front row, from left, Kate Essenburg, Megan Malone, Julia McGuire and Rylee Farmer. Back row, from left, Kaley Walker, Halle Hughes, Dani Sowder and Emma Kate Brown.
The SETAC volleyball tournament was hosted at Ocoee Middle on Monday night. Rhea Central beat Chilhowee in two games and Dayton City beat Lake Forest in two games. The semifinals were Ocoee and Rhea Central with the Lady Colts winning with scores of 25-15 and 25-18. The finals were Ocoee and Dayton City with the Lady Colts winning the championship match 25-6 and 25-12. Lady Colts coach Taylor Pruett said, "All eight players had a great night and played together as a team and accomplished their last goal of winning the SETAC." The Lady Colts finished their season with a record of 17-3 with championships at the Cleveland Raider Rally and SETAC. Front row, from left, Kate Essenburg, Megan Malone, Julia McGuire and Rylee Farmer. Back row, from left, Kaley Walker, Halle Hughes, Dani Sowder and Emma Kate Brown.
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ON TAP

Thursday, March 7

BASKETBALL

TCCAA/NJCAA Region VII Tournament

at Motlow State, Lynchburg

SW Tennessee vs. Cleveland State (M), 9

Friday, March 8

BASEBALL

SW Tennessee at Cleveland State, 2

Lee at Wm. Carey (Miss.), 7

TCCAA/NJCAA Region VII Tournament

at Motlow State, Lynchburg

Cleveland State participating

SOFTBALL

Cleveland State at Roane State (DH), 1

Gulf Coast Invitational

at Gulf Shores, Ala.

Lee vs. Bethel, 12

Lee vs. Blue Mountain (Miss.), 2

Saturday, March 9

BASEBALL

SW Tennessee at Cleveland State (DH), 12

Lee at Wm. Carey (Miss.) (DH), 2

BASKETBALL

TCCAA/NJCAA Region VII Tournament

at Motlow State, Lynchburg

Cleveland State participating

SOFTBALL

Cleveland State at Roane State (DH), 12

Gulf Coast Invitational

at Gulf Shores, Ala.

Lee vs. Central Methodist (Mo.), 4

Lee vs. Lyon (Ark.), 6

LOCAL NOTES

RUGBY

POLK COUNTY RUGBY TEAM

The Polk County High School Rugby Club is seeking athletes from all of Bradley County to participate in another a season of rugby. The team will practice in Benton three to four times a week and play all home games in Charleston at the elementary school. The season runs from late February through mid May. The club sport is looking for male players from eighth through the 12th grade. Experience is not necessary. Visit our facebook page at The Polk County Rugby Football Club "War Pigs" and leave a message or call (423)744-4226 for more information about the club, practice, games and insurance.

SOFTBALL

ASA UMPIRE MEETINGS SET

The Bradley/Cleveland Softball Umpire Association is recruiting umpires and scorekeepers for the 2013 ASA season and has set their preseason meeting dates and times. The group will meet on March 14 and 24. The Sunday meetings will be held at 2 p.m., while the two Thursday meetings will start at 6 p.m. the meetings will be held at the Cleveland Community Center on South Church Street. For more information contact Randy Moore at 504-3839 or Rita Hannah at 559-3322.

ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUES MEETINGS

Anyone interested in putting a team in the spring and summer softball leagues must attend the meetings being held March 12 and March 26. All meetings will be held at the South Cleveland Community Center, on South Church Street, beginning at 6 p.m. For more information call 559-3322.

SOCCER

LEE YOUTH SOCCER

Registrations is now open for the Lee 4v4 Youth Soccer League will begin March 12 at Lee University. The recreational league is for boys and girls ages 5 through 12 and is open to players of all skill levels from beginning to advanced. The league will go for six weeks and will be run by Lee coaching staff and players from the men’s soccer team. Skill clinics and training will be held on Tuesdays with matches played on Saturday mornings. Players and teams are selected according to age and ability. For a brochure and more information, go to http://goleeflames.com and click on “camps” or call 614-8158.

SOFTBALL

BASH-4-CASH

The Bash-4-Cash softball tournament wil be held March 9-10 at the Summitt Complex in Chattanooga. Classes included upper, lower, recreation, men’s and women’s upper and lower. Prizes will be awarded for first, second and third in upper and lower classes. The entry fee is $250 for upper classes, $225 for lower and women’s classes and $200 for rec division. There is a $30 sanction fee for unsanctioned teams. For more information, contact Billy Knight at 504-2574, Anthony Nelson at 432-7100 or email wildbilltnisa@yahoo.com.

BASH AT THE SUMMIT

The Bash at the Summit softball tournament will be held March 9-10 at the Summit Complex in Chattanooga. The tournament is for youth teams 6-under through 18-under. There will be individual awards for 6- through 12-under teams and team award for other classes. The tournament is free for 6- through 8-under teams and $150 for all other classes. There is a $30 sanction fee if team is not sanctioned. For more information, contact Billy Knight at 504-2574, Anthony Nelson at 432-7100 or email wildbilltnisa@yahoo.com.

FUNDRAISER

ZUMBATHON

Bradley Central High School will be hosting a Zumbathon benefitting the BCHS Track and Field team on March 9 from 9-11 a.m. The Zumbathon costs $10 and will be led by certified Zumba Fitness instructor Kelly Reis in the BCHS gymnasium.