Nashville FC Honors "Double Goal" Coaches
Nashville Notes Win Moms Rock Tournament
Busy Last Week in High School Sports
Gittens Leads Ensworth Track
By Hannah Paramore Breen
Special to BSW
In a round of golf, most of the shots you will hit are within 100 yards of the hole. If you count 18 tee shots and allow 2 putts per hole, the average 90-shooter will have 36 shots that require a wedge.
Breen Opens Wedge Range at Warpath
Over the past two weeks, the 12-U Smashers have had to make up several games due to rain. The end of the season is looming and the league is trying to get all the games in before the summer heat.
On Monday the 15th, the Smashers had a match up with the Diamonds. The Diamonds won by one run, 9-8. Grace Simmons pitched for the Diamonds. She had a strikeout.
BSAA Softball Teams Make Up Games
By Philip Mullen
Special to BSW
The Nashville Notes’ bats carried the team to a title in the USSSA Moms Rock Tournament, held this past weekend in Brentwood.
The Ensworth track team, led by superstar Tyra Gittens, will be well represented at the state championships this week.
Gittens has already capture the pentathlon, smashing the previous record with 4,153 points, making her the most decorated track athlete in state history with 13 medallions.
Inspired by the annual award Positive Coaching Alliance gives to the best “Double-Goal” coaches nationwide, Nashville FC Youth is recognizing coaches this spring within its recreational program that model the principles of a Double-Goal Coach®, one who pursues winning, but even more importantly teaches life lessons through sport.
The 2016-17 high school season will come to an end Thursday, but there was still plenty of action going on this week.
Recent Hillwood graduate, Kenneth Redd will compete at the TSSAA state championships. The AAA high jump competition will be his first appearance in this state event.
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