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Beech partakes in first action of the fall

Beech partakes in first action of the fall

Last week, the Anthony Crabtree coached Beech Buccaneer football team took part in their first live action against another team this fall as they travelled to the Creek Bank in Hartsville to take on the Trousdale County Yellow Jackets in a seven-on-seven passing league practice.

Aces all around at HHS Dig-Pink event

Aces all around at HHS Dig-Pink event

With 100 percent of its proceeds benefiting The Side-Out Foundation, Hendersonville High School volleyball team’s second annual Dig Pink co-ed 4-on-4 tournament took place over the weekend. Eight teams, each paying a $100 entry fee, participated and Hendersonville Head Volleyball Coach Kyla King dubbed this year’s event a huge success.

Powell resigns as Lady Bucs head coach

Powell  resigns as Lady Bucs head coach

On Thursday morning of this week, Beech head Coach Erica Powell informed her Lady Buccaneer softball team that she will not be returning for the 2015 season. Powell, after much deliberation, has decided to take a position as a literacy coach at a charter school in the Shelby County School District, (Memphis).

Vandals confess

Acting on a tip from the Hendersonville Police Department, Gallatin Police officials were able to obtain confessions from four individuals involved with acts of vandalism at Station Camp High School and Beech High Schools last week.

One adult, Christopher Long, 19, of Hendersonville, along with three minors, two males and one female, were all arrested, according to Lieutenant Ricky Troup of the Gallatin Police Department. Troup said that Long has been charged with burglary, vandalism and theft over $500. The minors will be charged with the same crimes but will go through the juvenile court system.

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