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All Teams Schedule: Week of May 13 – May 19

May 13 Boys Varsity Baseball at Gallatin County High School 6:00 pm   May 14 Boys Varsity Baseball at Paris High School 6:00 pm   May 14 Girls Varsity Softball vs. Nelson County High School 6:00 pm   May 15 Girls Varsity Softball vs. Waggener High School 5:00 pm   May 16 Boys Varsity Baseball

Tennis defeats Grant Co.

  In Doubles Action: Alyssa Harger and Skylar Noyes won their #1 doubles match Boys 3-1 and Girls tied 2-2. Singles Action: Boys:  Mason Ford won #1 singles 8-3. Keaton Fenwick won #2 singles 8-2. Silvestre Reza And Asher Smith won #2 doubles 8-5. Girls: Skylar Noyes won her #2 singles match 8-0.

May Athletes of the Month

On and off the field, these student-athletes have displayed sportsmanship, character and athleticism. For that, Alexis Shields and Bladin Malone are your May 2019 Eminence Student-Athletes of the Month.

Softball teams comes up short in district competition

The softball team traveled to Carroll Co. last night to take on district rival. This was a make up game due to a previous rain out. Eminence jumped out early, putting up 5 runs in the 1st, 2nd and 4th innings. However, Carroll was able to muster a rally in the 4th and 5th innings

Eminence Baseball Seniors honored for their commitment and time to the program

Seniors, Hunter Gnagie and Braedin Hinkley were honored last night before the varsity baseball game Vs. Shawnee. Both has been four year players for the program and have been a big part in its increased success and growth. Each will be missed greatly and we wish them all the continued success in the world.

Eminence Baseball Eighth Grade Night

Eminence eighth graders were honored last night before their game Vs. Henry Co. The Warriors put up a good showing in only their second game of their rainy season. Good luck in high school Warriors. Photos provided by Jennifer Nolin-Turner.

Middle School baseball gets the Win over Williamstown

The Warrior Middle School baseball team finally was able to get on the field after numerous rainouts this season. The Warriors used all that extra practice time to show off some hot bats, impressive fielding and pitching. The Warriors beat Williamstown 7-4. They take on Henry Co. Middle tonight at 5:30 at Warrior field. Come