Published 7:24 pm Wednesday, May 23, 2007
TRM softball assistant coaches step down
Resignations of T.R. Miller High School softball coaches Sharon Peacock and Kim Owens were accepted by the Brewton City School Board Monday.
Peacock had been an assistant coach for head coach Greg White for the past two seasons. Peacock's softball resignation does not affect her volleyball status where she remains as the Lady Tigers head coach.
Owens slid into the softball program this spring after T.R. Miller cancelled its golf season. Owens had been the T.R. Miller golf coach for the past two seasons.
TRM volleyball opens 2007 season at Flomaton
Sixteen regular seasons matches and one tournament are on the tentative 2007 T.R. Miller Lady Tigers volleyball schedule.
T.R. Miller is slated to open the season Aug. 23 at Flomaton. The Lady Tigers are scheduled to make their home debut against defending Class 4A Area 2 champion Andalusia Aug. 28. The Andalusia match is the first of eight home dates.
T.R. Miller will play its two Area regular season home games within two days of each other. The Lady Tigers play their other Area home game Aug. 30 against W.S. Neal. The Lady Tigers' two Area road games will be at W.S. Neal Sept. 18 and at Andalusia Oct. 1.
The only regular season tournament currently on the T.R. Miller slate is the Escambia County Tournament, which will be played at W.S. Neal Oct. 13. T.R. Miller coach Sharon Peacock indicated there could be another tournament added to the schedule.
T.R. Miller's schedule is as follows.
Aug. 23 Flomaton Away
Aug. 28 Andalusia Home
Aug. 30 W.S. Neal Home
Sept. 4 Monroe County Away
Sept. 6 Jackson Away
Sept. 10 Jay Home
Sept. 17 Flomaton Home
Sept. 18 W.S. Neal Away
Sept. 25 Clarke County Away
Sept. 27 Jay Away
Oct. 1 Andalusia Away
Oct. 2 Northview Away
Oct. 4 Monroe County Home
Oct. 8 Northview Home
Oct. 9 Flomaton/Jackson Home
Oct. 11 Clarke County Home
Oct. 13 Escambia County Tournament at W.S. Neal
Oct. 16 Class 4A Area 2 Tournament TBA
JDCC baseball adds lefty, shortstop to recruiting class
Jefferson Davis Community College Warhawks baseball coach Darrell Blevins has added two more pieces to his 2008 recruiting class.
The Warhawks have signed Michael Clay, a 6-3, 175-pound lefthanded pitcher from Smiths Station.
JDCC has also signed C.J. Lindsey, a 5-10, 175-pound shortstop, from Woodham High School out of Pensacola, Fla.