Brevard hires wrestling and baseball coaches
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Brevard hires baseball and wrestling coaches
Brevard High School recently announced the hiring of two university head coaches.
Chad Laney will replace coach Vernon Bryson as new head wrestling coach, and Scotty Ruff will replace Chris Lambert as head baseball coach.
Coach Laney is a former Blue Devil and previously coached at Brevard Middle School where his wrestling teams were very successful. It will also be employed in BHS exceptional children’s programs. Coach Laney has already planned youth camps to start building for the future.
Coach Ruff is leaving Rosman High School where he consistently fielded a winning baseball team and compiled a 42-17 record during his tenure at the helm of the Tigers. Coach Ruff played at the University of Louisbourg under the direction of legendary Coach Frazier. His pitching coach was coach Ray Tanner, who then guided the South Carolina Gamecocks to two College World Series in 2010 and 2011.
âWe are very excited to bring Coach Laney and Coach Ruff on board. These two coaches have a tremendous amount of passion and knowledge in their respective sports, âsaid Brevard athletic director Mick Galloway. âThey are eager to start building their respective programs and we are really excited for the future.
– Brevard High School
The Apple Festival Races are back
The 2021 Apple Festival races will return this year after being held virtually last year due to the coronavirus pandemic. This year’s event will start again in the parking lot of Pardee Hospital and will feature an individual 8k race, a 5k team challenge (groups of four with combined times) and the fun Chick-fil run- A Mini Moo One Mile.
The races will be at 8 a.m. on September 4 and the fun Mile race will be at 8:05 a.m.
All 8K and Team 5K participants will receive a free black Brooks Tech Running t-shirt with their registration. All Mini Moo participants will receive a different jersey for free with their registration.
The 5K Team Challenge costs $ 25 per person and the Individual 8K is $ 40 per person until August 31st. From September 1 to 3, the cost is $ 45 per person.
Asheville’s Off-Road Series Comes to Hendersonville
The ninth annual series of off-road multisport events will take place on Sunday, September 19 at a new location for 2021 at Ride Kanuga, located near Asheville in Hendersonville.
The series consists of three main events: Asheville Duathlon, Trail Run and Gravel Grinder Bike. The event will start at 8 a.m.
New for 2021 is a friendly event for e-bikes. E-bike riders will be scored separately in the duathlon and gravel bike events.
For more information, visit idaph.net or send an email to [email protected]
Lighting renovation kit for tennis courts in Patton Park
On Monday, the Town of Hendersonville will begin a project to renovate the lighting of the tennis courts located in Patton Park. The project will run throughout August and during this time there will be no backyard lighting available in the evening.
The renovation includes a complete upgrade to the tennis court lighting system and the replacement of existing bulbs with more energy efficient and efficient LED fixtures.
Daytime use of the tennis court will still be available during the project. If court closures are required, Public Works staff will close the courts temporarily and as needed.
The City’s public works department is carrying out the renovations during the summer to ensure the project is completed before the arrival of the limited sunshine hours of the fall and winter seasons.
– Staff reports