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• Bearden High School Baseball tryout will be held from 5 to 7 p.m., July 31-Aug. 1, at BHS’s Phil Garner Field. For more information, call BHS head coach Matt Buckner at 865-368-3141.

• Cedar Bluff Farragut Optimists are offering a sponsorship program where corporate sponsors are eligible to sponsor a CBFO Volleyball team with the business’s name printed on the back of the jersey showing your support and contribution to the league. The name will be approximately 1 to 2 inches in height depending on the length of your name and the space available based on size of the jerseys. Cost to sponsor a team will be $150.00 per team and is understood by this league that 100 percent of your sponsorship is considered tax deductible as advertisement cost. This league does not intend to advise on tax consequences and suggest you review with your tax consultant to assure the tax credit. There can be no guarantees to which team will wear your sponsored jersey, but if you would like to choose a division in which you wish to sponsor we will try to honor that request. League officials advise that due to limited time for jersey printing and registration process they cannot guarantee any special request for particular team sponsorship. For more information, contact CBFO Volleyball at

• Sign-ups for the Farragut Baseball, Inc. fall season have begun and will continue through Saturday, Aug. 12. To obtain a form, you can go to Pak Mail, 11803 Kingston Pike in Farragut Towne Square or download the forms by going to and looking under the “handouts” section. Games will begin after Labor Day. The 10-game season will conclude in late October.

• Tryouts for the FHS softball team will be held from 3 to 6 p.m., Aug. 2-3, at Bellamy Field. Sign-ups will be Aug. 1 at FHS during Summer Insanity — a table will be set up. Players need to bring all necessary equipment.

• Arts of the Samurai, a local martial arts school, will host the 2006 Southeast Regional Open Martial Arts Tournament Saturday, July 29, at Cokesbury Christian Center, 9915 Kingston Pike. Doors will open at 9 a.m. and competition will start at 10 a.m. The event is an official qualifier and points event for the U.S. National Martial Arts Team and World Organization of Martial Arts Athletes. The tourney is open to the public, as participants (children, youth, and adults) from throughout the eastern United States will display their martial arts prowess. Other activities will include a board “Break-A-Thon,” benefiting Serenity Shelter, and a free child anti-abduction workshop to be conducted during halftime by Sensei Toni McSorley. For more information, call 865-691-4088 or visit

• Lindsay Tom, a rising fifth-grader at Farragut Intermediate School, had a special day in the pool Sunday, July 16, during the 33rd Annual Smoky Mountain Invitational comprised of 28 teams and more than 1,500 swimmers. In her four individual events, Lindsay finished first overall in the 25-yard freestyle, 25-backstroke, and 50-freestyle. She finished second overall in the 25-butterfly.

• Loudon County Habitat for Humanity will host a golf tournament Friday, Sept. 8, at Tanasi Golf Course in Tellico Village. The event will be a four-player scramble with handicap, and is open to mixed- or single-gender teams. The $300 team entry fee includes morning refreshments, lunch and prizes. Proceeds from the tournament will help Habitat for Humanity build homes in Loudon County. A team registration form is available on the Loudon County Habitat Web site at, or by calling Larry Butcher at 865-458-8941 or Suzi Dale at 865-408-9977. Sponsorships are also available.


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