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• Farragut High School Winterguard, an indoor competitive flag/sabre/rifle team associated with the FHS Marching Admirals Band, recently received first-place at its opening competition in Maryville. Along with the Indoor Percussion line, the team will travel throughout the southeast competing with more than 100 teams through the end of March.

• The Bearden AquaDogs stroked past Karns (220-105) and Anderson County (233-77) Sunday, Jan. 21, led by double winners Spencer Bard (100-yard IM and 100-butterfly) and Andrew Frost (50-freestyle and 100-free). Top BHS divers during a four-way meet in Chattanooga Jan. 20 against Farragut, GPS and McCallie were James Dail (boys third-place with 318.30 points) and Ruth Hahn (girls third-place, 304.45). Other top-10 AquaDog divers were Carly Reed (fifth, 291.70), McLean Widmer (sixth, 264) and Savannah Stelling (seventh, 263.85).

• Introducing the defending Class AAA baseball state champion Admirals, Farragut High School Baseball Dugout Club’s 5th Annual Diamond Dinner and Silent Auction begins at 6 p.m., Monday, Jan. 29, at First Farragut United Methodist Church, 12733 Kingston Pike. Featured speaker is John Cohen, University of Kentucky head baseball coach who was chosen 2006 National Coach of the Year by Collegiate Baseball. Cost is $25 per person, with dinner provided by Aubrey’s restaurant. For more information on tickets, call Libby Glarrow at 865-966-2723.

• Sign-ups are officially underway for Farragut Baseball, Inc.’s Spring 2007 season. League officials urge families to register their children as soon as possible. You can pick up a form at Pak Mail (11803 Kingston Pike in the Farragut Towne Square Shopping Center) or go online to download a form. The league has a new Web site: www.farragutbaseballinc.com You can find forms there under the “handouts” section. Completed forms should be returned to Pak Mail. Registration slots are limited so families are encouraged to register early. Once leagues are full, FB, Inc. will start a waiting list for each particular age group. Evaluations will be held in late February, practices begin in March and Opening Day for Spring 2007 season is scheduled for March 31. For more info, you can e-mail farragutbaseballinc-@yahoo.com or visit the Web site.

• The Knights of Columbus Council 8781 announce the annual Boys & Girls Free Throw Contest (ages 10 to 14), to be held at 1 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 28, at St. John Neumann School. For your child to participate, you can sign them up Jan. 28 or call Cormac Mohan at 865-777-9533.

 

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