LHS baseball “First Pitch Dinner” set for Saturday
A few spots remain for former Lebanon High baseball players to attend Saturday’s inaugural “First Pitch Dinner” to meet the 2014 Blue Devils and new coach Tony Long. Cumberland Hall of Fame coach Woody Hunt will be the guest speaker. Sponsored by the Lebanon Police Department and the Lebanon O’Charley’s, the casual event will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday in the LHS cafeteria for $5 per person. Thanks to donations from police chief Scott Bowen and O’Charley’s manager K.J. Jones, all former Blue Devil players and coaches will eat free of charge, though reservations are necessary and must be made prior to 10 a.m. Friday. The team will unveil a tribute to early-‘70s Blue Devil star Randy Vanatta, who played a key role in last season’s opening day ceremonies [the first at the new Brent Foster Field] shortly before his Easter weekend death in a car crash. To reserve a seat, contact Tommy Bryan at email@example.com. More information is available at the LHS baseball website Lebanon-baseball.com.
Free orthopaedic and sports injury screenings Feb. 8
Tennessee Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics will conduct free orthopaedic and sports injury screenings from 8 a.m.-noon Feb. 8 at 5000 Crossings Circle, Suite 101, in Mt. Juliet. For more information, call 758-1010.
Watertown baseball, softball signups in February
The Watertown Community Softball & Baseball League will hold signups at the Watertown Community Center from 8 a.m.-noon each Saturday in February. Online signups will also be available beginning Feb. 1 at watertownsports.com
Wilson United Soccer signups in February
Signups for Wilson United Soccer’s spring 2014 spring season for ages 3-up will be from 9 a.m.-noon Feb. 1, 8 and 15 at the Lebanon Breakfast Rotary Soccer Complex behind the Lebanon Airport on Castle Heights Avenue. Registration will also be available at Dick’s Sporting Goods in Mt. Juliet’s Providence Place from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Feb. 8. Signup fee is $85. The eight-game season will run March 29-May 17.
Monday Night Volleyball at CU in March, April
Cumberland volleyball coach Dwayne Deering is accepting applications for the Monday Night Girls Volleyball League at the Dallas Floyd Center. Play will begin March 17 and continue every Monday until April 21. There will be an 18-under and a 14-under division. Players and coaches are urged to enter their team in the league as soon as possible, but individuals may also join and be placed on a team. Cost is $75 per player. Call Deering at 547-1318, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go online at gocumberlandathletics.com and click on CAMPS and CLINCS.