CHURCH HILL — Don’t look now, but the Volunteer/Cherokee co-op swim team already has five qualified for the Tennessee High School Swimming and Diving Championships Feb. 9-10 at the University of Tennessee.“We have a bunch already in the state meet,” said swim coach Jim Whalen. “This is the earliest and the most ever so far.”Back for the fourth year in a row is Cherokee senior Lynsey Knox.
ROGERSVILLE – Cherokee’s softball program continued its tradition of cranking out college players this week as the third player in two days signed to continue her career at the next level.One day after Erin Forgety and Grace Jones signed with Milligan and Tusculum, respectively, Tori Hoiles, a catcher-turned-shortstop and hitter extraordinaire, signed a letter of intent to play at King University during a ceremony at Cherokee’s Little Theater Tuesday.“I feel ecstatic,” Hoiles said.
ROGERSVILLE – Erin Forgety didn’t become a good pitcher by accident. She worked at it for several years.And after one more season toeing the circle for the Cherokee Lady Chiefs, Forgety will ply her trade at Milligan College, with whom she signed a letter of intent Monday.“I started talking to Milligan toward the end of my sophomore year,” she said. “I’ve been pretty committed that this is where I want to go the past two years. I like Milligan because of the community.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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