The first week of fall practice starting august 9th at waynesville will look a little different than the 2nd week….
august 9th, which is one week from today, all the fall sports at waynesville will start and that includes football, girls volleyball, boys and girls cross country,
girls tennis, girls golf, softball, boys soccer, boys swimming and cheerleading…
some will get an early start on the day….
cross country will start at 6 in the morning, and last until 7:30 am at the high school…that practice time will remain the same until the first day of school on the 23rd, then switch to after school..
girls tennis practice will start 7 in the morning and last 2 hours until 9 that first week of practice..
then shift from 5-7 pm the 2nd week…all practices will be at the high school courts.
boys soccer has a 7:30 am start on august 9th and runs until 9:30 the first week at the anderson soccer field at tiger pride park……the 16th thru tge 20th soccer practice will be from 3-5 in the afternoon….
girls golf starts at 8am on the 9th at the piney valley golf course at ft. wood….it will last until 10:30…the 2nd week golf practice moves to the afternoon from 3-5:30…
football, girls volleyball, and softball all start at 4pm on that first day of practice..
football goes until 8:30 AT THE HIGH SCHOOL..
volleyball and softball practices end at 6….
the 2nd week of practice will see footbal run from 3-5:30..
softball from 3-5, and volleyball from 3:30-6…..
boys swimming will start at 4:30 and run until 6:30 on august 9th at the davidson fitness center on ft. wood…
that time will remain the same for the first two weeks of practice until the start of school on august 23rd.
cheerleading clinics will be held 3:30-6:30 for the first two weeks at the high school…..
BEFORE THE SEASON OPENERS ON AUST 27TH, SEVERAL OF THE FALL TEAMS AT WAYNESVILLE WILL BE INVOLVED IN JAMBOREE’S, THOSE PRE SEASON SCRIMMAGES…..
THE TIGER FOOTBALL TEAM WILL BE THE FIRST TO HEAD OUT TO A JAMBOREE, AND AS HAS BEEN THE LOCATION FOR SEVERAL YEARS, THE TIGERS WILL HEAD BACK TO ROLLA AND WILL HOOK UP WITH THE HOST BULLDOGS, CAPITAL CITY AND UNION…..
ALL THE OTHER JAMBOREE’S WILL BE ON THE 24TH…
THE VOLLEYBALL LADY TIGERS ARE HOSTING A JAMBOREE WITH WASHINGTON AND ROLLA ON THAT TUESDAY NIGHT STARTING AT 5…
THE SOCCER TIGERS WILL BE IN WASHINGTON WITH ROLLA FOR THEIR JAMBOREE ON THE 24TH…..THEY TOO START AT 5 AND WILL FACE ROLLA IN THE FIRST SCRIMMAGE AND WASHINGTON 45 MINUTES LATER, AND HEAD BACK HOME…
THE LADY TIGER SOFTBALLERS WILL BE IN ROLLA FOR THEIR JAMBOREE AND THEY’LL START AT 4:30….
MIKE SHANNON AND JOHN ROONEY ARE HEAPING WELL DESERVED PRAISE ON THE CARDINALS ADAM WAINRIGHT…
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