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• Nick Moore, former Farragut High School standout runningback, finished with 559 yards rushing on 92 attempts and two touchdowns for the Maryville College Scots, helping lead MC to a 7-3 final record. With a 62-yard-per-game rushing average, Moore caught three passes for nine yards.

• Michael Lawrence, Maryville College freshman quarterback and former Farragut Admiral standout, was officially recognized as 2007 Reveiz Scholarship awardee in front of a cheering FHS football crowd earlier this fall. Sponsored by former University of Tennessee and NFL record-holding placekicker Fuad Reveiz, the scholarship is “awarded annually to a Farragut High School senior football player in good standing who exemplifies outstanding character, leadership ... and puts the team above himself,” it was announced during the ceremony. Lawrence’s parents, Carol and Chris Lawrence, were among family, friends, coaches and ex-teammates on hand.

• King College women’s soccer team has a Bearden and Farragut player who each earned high honors in helping lead the Tornado to the regular season NAIA Appalachian Athletic Conference championship (6-0-1/17-3-1 overall). Pua Coffman, BHS Class of 2006, was named All-Academic, First-Team All-Conference, while Sara Ham, FHS Class of 2005, was second-team All-Conference..

• Farragut Baseball, Inc. is now accepting applications for travel league coaches. All individuals seeking to coach a travel team in FBI’s Willie Mays (age 10-and-Under), Pee Wee Reese (12-Under) or Sandy Koufax (14-Under) leagues must complete the application. A screening committee will review all applications. Forms are available at Pak Mail, 11803 Kingston Pike, in Farragut Towne Square Shopping Center or by logging on to the league’s Web site: Applications are due back to the league by Saturday, Dec. 22.

• Harvey Broome Group of the Tennessee Chapter of the Sierra Club plans a dayhike Saturday, Dec. 8, at Spence Field in the GSMNP. Time permitting, hikers will make a side trip out to Rocky Top before proceeding out to Russell Field and down the Russell Field and Anthony Creek Trails to complete the loop. This will be more than 13 miles with significant elevation gain, rated difficult. Driving distance/time about 40 miles/one hour each way. For more information, contact Ron Shrieves by phone at 865-922-3518 or e-mail him at

• St. John Neumann Catholic School’s Mustang C tennis team completed the season undefeated and in first-place out of 12 teams in the Wednesday C Flight division behind players Saxon Delamata, Peter Ponce, Ian Harris-Garcia, Elliot Consoli, Nick Semaan, Libby Fortunato and Luke Theodore.


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