Archive - Apr 9, 2014
BLUFFTON— The Braves took advantage of six Tiger errors in the third inning to break open the game scoring six runs eventually ending with a victory via mercy rule, 13-2 after just five frames.
Bellmont (2-0) got three quality innings from junior Parker Zeser on the hill as he struck out six of the 13 batters he faced lining himself up for the win. Sawyer Boyd and Brett Baker each pitched one scoreless inning of relief as the Braves needed only five innings to top the Tigers thanks to the hot bats.
Tonight the Braves travel to Bluffton to face the Tigers in a varsity baseball contest. The game is slated to begin at approximately 5 p.m. The pre-game broadcast will begin at 4:45 p.m.
To view tonight's webcast, click the link below. Once on the website, log in with a username and password to enjoy the game for free.
Roger G. Haessig, 73, Syracuse, passed away Monday, April 7, 2014, at his residence. He had previously resided in Berne and Milan.
He was born Thursday, June 13, 1940, in Milan, the son of the late Loren H. and Alma D. (Roberts) Haessig.
Roger married Ellamae Speakman August 21, 1965, in Union Chapel United Methodist Church in rural Decatur; she survives.
Roger was a member of Mt. Hope Church of the Nazarene in Berne, where he had served as treasurer and Sunday school secretary.
The North Adams Community Schools’ board of education on Tuesday approved the appointment of Aaron Baker to become the new principal at Southeast Elementary School beginning the 2014-15 school year. Baker currently serves as vice principal at Bellmont High School.
Shawn Liter, supervisor of the Adams County Department of Children’s Services, was one of the speaker during the second annual Prevent Child Abuse Awareness event Tuesday on the courthouse square. Two dozen local residents attended the ceremony designed to heighten awareness of the neglect, physical abuse and sexual abuse that is present in the county.
Photo by J Swygart
After seven years as the head wrestling coach at Adams Central, Doug Schultz has decided to step down at the conclusion of the 2013-14 school year.
Schultz submitted his letter of resignation Tuesday night to the AC board of education, stating he feels comfortable leaving the program in the hands of assistant coaches Tony Currie, Doug Lithicum and Bobby Perry at the high school level.
Also resigning their posts Tuesday were cheerleading coach Marie Combs and swim coach Lana Shoaf.