Maestro Darko Butorac led the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra as they performed alongside a packed house of nearly 1,200 fourth grade students from Leon County Schools at the Ruby Diamond Concert Hall Tuesday. The event, "Link Up," is part of an international program pairing local orchestras with elementary schools. The program was developed by Carnegie Hall and debuted with Leon County Schools last year. Its goal is to put real instruments in students’ hands and provide in-class music instruction.
The Trojans’ No. 2 starter is 7-0 this year with a 1.94 ERA, helping Lincoln to a 17-6 record with one week left to play in the regular seasonWith bigger pitching names in his own district all signed to top baseball destinations, Lincoln senior Zach Taylor wasn’t expected to be much more than a complement on his own team to FSU signee Austin Pollock. But after tossing a six-inning gem on Tuesday night against Bishop Kenny, Taylor is now 7-0 on the year, which is tops in District 2-8A.
Timberwolves’ ace throws three perfect innings in a 9-6 win over LeonIt had been almost four weeks since Chiles senior Garrett Mathes had pitched in a game. Monitoring tendinitis that had developed and working back slowly, the Sante Fe College signee played first base and continued hitting at a torrid pace, keeping his mind in the game. Friday night against Leon, Mathes hit the mound again for an important District 2-8A game. It was like he never missed any time at all.
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