NASHVILLE -- Station Camp girls basketball coach Kendra Ramsey-Jackson continues to battle lymphoma, but she is certainly not alone in that fight. The Sumner County community has shown their love for Jackson by hosting a spaghetti dinner last year and taking part in multiple Station Camp fundraiser basketball games. Jackson's alma mater is also in on her fight. The Lipscomb University women's basketball team hosted "Bisons Beat Cancer" last Saturday for their game against North Florida.
When the Gallatin High School baseball team takes the field this spring, they will be doing it in style.
Thanks to a generous donation from Scott Watson, owner of Wave Baseball Club in Seattle, the Green Wave baseball team will be outfitted with new duffle travel bags. The bags will carry all equipment, clothes and uniforms for the players as they depart from Gallatin High School to their respective games this season.
Spring high school sports teams officially began preparations for the season on Monday.
While the players were allowed to work out during the fall and winter, the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association mandated that no team hold full practices until Feb. 15.
For the first time in Pope John Paul II High School's history, the men's basketball team celebrated their 20th win of the season. According to head coach, Kip Brown, the Knights have won 19 games in two separate seasons, but had yet to reach the 20 victory mark.
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