Dating a softball player
(Photo: David Mc Gregor)Buford centerfielder Skylar Jenkins runs into the outfield fence while attempting to catch a fly ball during the Wolves 6-5 loss to Locust Grove in the first round of the AAAAA State Championships in Columbus on Thursday.(Photo: David Mc Gregor)COLUMBUS — While Buford has a championship ring for every finger on both hands during its 10-year domination at the state softball tournament, one can count the number of losses they’ve suffered here over the past decade on only one hand.Since his death friends and family began an annual memorial match held at the club and raised money for a permanent memorial to be placed at the club.Undy Chairman Rob Lynch said: “This is a fitting tribute for Jon, as he was a regular supporter once he was unable to play any longer."So many traumas in his life overcome each time with a will and determination that was phenomenal. “The family are overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and support and the world is a much sadder place without him.
The school's principal, Tim Berry (left) and football coach Clark Duncan (right) were suspended during an investigation of failure to immediately report allegations of child sexual abuse to the state Department of Children's Services or law enforcement Duncan and Berry, who has been with the school since 2011, remain on administrative leave with pay, and their status with Knox County Schools is under review, the district's spokeswoman Melissa Tindell told the News Sentinel.Bloomington starter Ali Domkuski retired the first two Saints, before Sammey Bunch reached on a fielding error.Madi Norman followed and singled to left-center, sending Bunch to third. Bailey Lange also came through with a single to left-center, bringing Bunch and Norman home for a 2-0 lead.If somebody’s able to do it, it could be us.”Buford took as much as a 3-1 lead Thursday after a solo homer from Kelsey Bennett in the bottom of the third before trading the lead back and forth with Locust Grove three more times over the next three innings.The Wildcats answered in the top of the sixth with a triple from Savannah Brockenbrough, followed by Mc Cubbin’s second homer of the day, which ended the day for Buford pitcher Logan Caymol (11-3), who took the loss despite six strikeouts in 5 2/3 innings.