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Pre-K and Kindergarten Preregistration for Cumberland County students is scheduled for Monday, May 6, 2013 from 7:00-5:00 at your zoned school. Pre-K Preregistration requirements include: Birthdate on or before Sept 30, must be four years old, although this is likely going to change to August 30th, a current physical exam and shot record, birth certificate and Social Security Card. In order to be income eligible, parents must provide income verification such as a tax return, recent pay stub, food stamp case number, etc. Kindergarten requirements are the same as Pre-K, but the birthdate must be five years old on or before August 30th. No income verification required.
Dylan Fehr did all he could to give Cumberland County Jets a boost, but it wasn't enough to get past Meigs County, as the Jets lost 4-2 in seven innings at Meigs on Thursday. Dylan Fehr was solid at the plate for CCHS Jets. Dylan Fehr went 1-3 and scored one run. He doubled in the fifth inning. Dustin Kennedy got the win for Meigs County. He allowed two runs over seven innings. He struck out one, walked none and surrendered five hits. The game's last lead went to Meigs County thanks to a second inning rally that saw two runs cross the plate on a sacrifice fly by Fugate and an RBI single by Hurt. Meigs County got one-run rallies in the third inning and the fifth. In the third, Meigs County scored on an RBI double by Carden, plating Baker. After pushing across two runs in the top of the fifth, Cumberland County Jets faced just a 3-2 deficit. A groundout by Ryan Burgess and a sacrifice fly by Ethan Cunningham set off Cumberland County Jets Varsity rally. The Cumberland County Jets Varsity threat came to an end when Dustin Kennedy finally got Matt Ledbetter to fly out. Jet hitters Matt Ledbetter 1-2, Reed Shaw 1-3, Nathaniel Wyatt 1-3, Bobby Uebelacker 1-2 and Dylan Fehr 1-3. Ryan Burgess, Ethan Cunningham and Morgan Richards all had RBI's. Starting pitcher Matt Vanlandingham (pictured) pitched 3 1/2 innings, five hits, three runs, one earned while relief pitcher Dave Elliot finished the game allowing only one run off one hit. This Saturday night the Jets travel to Sparta to face White County. Jets record is 9-22-1. Photo by D. Shaw
Dylan Fehr (pictured) did all he could to give Cumberland County Jets a boost, but it wasn't enough to get past White County, as Cumberland County Jets Varsity lost 8-3 in seven innings in Sparta on Wednesday. Dylan Fehr racked up two RBIs on three hits for CCHS. Fehr doubled in the fourth inning and singled in the second and seventh innings. Null got it done on the bump on the way to a win. He allowed three runs over five innings. He struck out three, walked three and surrendered six hits. Cumberland County Jets jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the first. Matt Ledbetter kicked things off for Cumberland County Jets Varsity with a single. A stolen base then moved Ledbetter from first to second. Reed Shaw singled, plating Ledbetter. White County answered Cumberland County Jets Varsity's top inning with one run of its own in the first. White County scored on a groundout by Sain. Cumberland County Jets Varsity got one-run rallies in the second inning and the fourth. In the second, Cumberland County Jets Varsity scored on an RBI single by Dylan Fehr (pictured), scoring Bobby Uebelacker. It didn't take long for White County to respond as it scored one run of its own in the fourth. White County scored on an error. The game's last lead went to White County thanks to a fifth inning rally that saw three runs cross the plate on two doubles. White County increased its lead with two runs in the sixth. A ground out scored Cole for the inning's first run. That was followed up by #29's single, bringing home Howard. Other Jet hitters included Ethan Cunningham 1-3, Reed Shaw 1-3 with 1 RBI, Nathaniel Wyatt 2-3, Dylan Fehr 3-3 with 2 RBI's and Morgan Richards 1-3. CCHS travels to Meigs County for a Thursday matchup then Saturday to Sparta to face White County. Jets record is 9-21-1. Photo courtesy D Shaw.
Thousands of fans are expected to join some of country music's biggest stars in mourning George Jones. The late country music superstar's funeral will be held this morning at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville. The service will be broadcast live on CMT, GAC and will be streamed live on www.tennessean.com. Jones died last week at Vanderbilt Medical Center, he was 81 years old.
The Tennessee Department of Health is urging people to protect themselves from viruses transmitted by mosquitoes. Last year, Tennessee experienced 33 human cases of West Nile virus, including one in December. Those at higher risk for serious complications from West Nile virus include the elderly, persons who abuse alcohol and those with chronic health conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, kidney disease and cardiovascular disease. Symptoms usually appear between three to 14 days after a mosquito bite occurs and may include fever, aches and fatigue early in the illness. Persons who think they may have West Nile virus should seek medical care immediately.