|Watertown plays at CU Thursday|
|Wednesday, May 5, 2010|
By TOMMY BRYAN
“We were in a bad way,” said WHS softball coach Brandy Baird, “but Coach (Heather) Stanfill at Cumberland was great to work with. She and her coaches and players will be getting their field prepped for us. It will mean a lot to our girls. Cumberland really stepped up.”
Senior Day activies are scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m., followed immediately by the Watertown - Trousdale County regular season finale.
By playing Thursday at Cumberland, damaged Three Forks Park will get an extra day of work in anticipation of hosting the District 8A tournament next week.
“We’re getting some dirt from Carroll-Oakland, volunteers are coming in to re-install our fences, everything is coming together in a hurry,” Baird said. “I can’t say enough about the efforts of our students, coaches, parents and townspeople of Watertown. They have been great.”
Next week -- No. 1 seed and regular season champ Friendship Christian will play either Red Boiling Springs or Trousdale County in Monday’s tournament opener.