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Bill Elliott’s Saturday began in Pensacola instructing a mandatory soccer camp at the University of West Florida, where he coaches in the fall.

The Atlanta and Chattanooga RBI softball teams met in the first and last games over the weekend in the Southeast Regional tournament in Chattanooga.

Chattem chemical engineer Caroline Hensley from Hixson won all the Women's 1 Division events with record-setting performances in the water ski Southern Region Championships this past weekend at Lymanland near Tuscaloosa, Ala. Hensley, a Baylor School graduate, was an All-American skier at Alabama and trained often at Lymanland during college.

One trend was going to be bucked when the Chattanooga Football Club faced Sacramento Gold FC in the semifinals of the National Premier Soccer League playoffs.

A collection of golf talent has accumulated at the foot of Lookout Mountain in the the team Chattanooga Christian coach Jim Whitaker has built.

• University of Tennessee the Tennessee golfer Zac Stolz advanced to the semifinal round at the Match Play golf tournament Saturday.

Luke Winter wishes things could have been different this week.

Ringgold resident and former Cleveland State Community College pitcher Stephen Pryor was traded Thursday by the Seattle Mariners to the Minnesota Twins for Kendrys Morales, a first baseman and designated hitter who hit 23 home runs and batted in 80 runs for Seattle last year but chose to become a free agent and then signed with the Twins.

Scott Baker is leaving the Sewanee baseball program after 14 years as coach to become the coach at Richard Stockton College in Galloway, N.J.

Seven players from area programs are among the 12 signees Tennessee Temple University baseball coach Greg Bartley announced this week.

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga had the highest men's track and field team grade point average in NCAA Division I for the spring 2014 semester, 3.6 on a 4.0 scale, and tied for the 10th best in women's track, 3.54.

Atlanta banking executive John Woods is still pursuing the purchase of the Chattanooga Lookouts and confirmed Tuesday that he has brought in a consultant.

Only the likes of Clint Eastwood can give Arnold Palmer a dirty look for asking him to pick up the pace while playing at Pebble Beach.

Mike Hammontree had the skills to play college golf or baseball.

August in late July can be a world beater.

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