Ads post extra inning win 7-6 over Siegel

Siegel coughs up lead, Farragut Admirals wins 7-6

Farragut Admirals trailed by four in the fourth, but Farragut Admirals Varsity recovered thanks to a key single in the eighth inning from Jammer Strickland to pull out a 7-6 win in eight innings over Siegel at Siegel on Thursday.

With the score tied at six, Jammer Strickland came to the plate and singled, bringing home Jake Applegate.

Jammer Strickland went a perfect 3-3 at the dish for Farragut Admirals.

Farragut Admirals Varsity’s Jammer Strickland showed his talents on both sides of the diamond with a strong game on the mound and at the plate.

Jammer Strickland worked out of four tough situations for Farragut. He pitched five innings and allowed no earned runs on two hits. Jammer Strickland faced his trickiest spot in the eighth inning.   Jammer got the W!


In the top of the first, Farragut grabbed the early lead, 2-0. Nick Senzel doubled to ignite Farragut offense. Chase Chambers singled, scoring Jammer Strickland and Senzel.

Admirals brought home two runs in the fifth inning, and matched that run total in the sixth. In the fifth, Farragut Admirals Varsity scored on an RBI double by Senzel, scoring Jammer Strickland.

Farragut tied the game in the sixth on a two-run single by Jammer Strickland that scored Applegate and Alex Schuettler.

In addition to Jammers 3 hits, Hagenow and Senzel each had 3 hits!

Admirals Baseball enters 2013 Campaign with 11 Seniors

The Admirals will go into the 2013 Baseball Schedule under the leadership of a large class of Seniors. After graduating one the smallest classes last year, the Ads pendalum swings to the other side with a huge senior class. Expectations are high with this class full of starters, experience and players used to making major contributions to the Program.

Good Luck gentleman on the upcoming season!!

Helping Hands!!

The Admiral Baseball Team continued their annual outreach with the Kick Off today of Opening Car Doors at the Primary School.  The 7AM duty seems rather minor but the young students and Parents enjoy and appreciate the assistance very much.   FPS Staff also appreciates the speed at which the car line goes down and are kept moving with the assistance provided.  Good Job ADs!



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Chris Hutson commits to Tusculum on Golf Scholarship.

Chris Hutson (pitcher for the Ads) commits  to play golf for Tusculum College next year!!

Congrats to Cindy and Jim and good luck to Chris on his career as a Pioneer.

Race for the Cure 2012



Admiral baseball players will be participating in the Race for the Cure Saturday, October 27! This will be the 6th year we have participated as a group! Anyone is welcome to join our team. We were at 83 participants last year and I would love to get to 100!

Early bird registration ends Sept 4 at noon. If you want to save $5/registration, please sign up by then.

Go to and go to register then join an existing team and then look for Admirals Baseball.

If you have any problems or questions, please email or give me a call.


Julie Schulze





Kyle Serrano commits to Vols

As the article states, Coach Serrano didnt have to travel far to recruit Kyle.  Congrats to the Serrano Family and just one more reason to Pull for the Volunteers!


Waldrop called back up to Twins!!

Good luck Kyle and remember that Elephant is “eatin” one bite at a time!!

Legacy Work begins this week!!

2013 Baseball Season began this week with workouts, running, lifting and more workouts!!

With all the pain and agony, “PlayBall” seems a long way off!   Months of preparation always pays off in the Spring!


AJ Simcox named to 2012 ABCA/Rawlings All-Americans Team

Congratulation to AJ for being named to the Third Team of the 2012 ABCA/Rawlings All-Americans.

Farragut outfielder Anthony El Chibani commits to Tennessee Tech

By the time the 2013 high school baseball season rolls around, Farragut could have, at least, six Division I signees.

The Admirals are halfway there.

Outfielder Anthony El Chibani became the third Farragut senior committed to a Division I program, picking Tennessee Tech on Tuesday night.

Outfielder Cameron “Jammer” Strickland is a Tennessee commitment. Second baseman Nick Senzel committed July 5 to Georgia.

Pitchers Kyle Serrano — son of Tennessee baseball coachDave Serrano — and Eric Freeman and first baseman David Logan are also Division I prospects.

“Growing up, we’ve always talked about playing Division I baseball,” El Chibani said Wednesday. “It’s really an awesome thing to be able to do this all together.

“Hopefully, we can finish out strong — this might be the last time a lot of us play together — and win a state championship.”

Chibani also was being evaluated by Tennessee and East Tennessee State. But early playing time and a connection with the campus and coaches at Tennessee Tech outweighed the risk of waiting for a Tennessee or ETSU offer.

“I’m really glad about it and excited about it, too,” said El Chibani of his commitment. “There was really a homey feeling. It wasn’t, like, overwhelming or anything like that when I went there. The coaches are really cool. They have some young coaches. I can relate to them.

“I just felt really comfortable there, and they told me I had a chance to start my freshman year.”

The 6-foot-1, 190-pound El Chibani batted .330 with 14 RBIs and 22 stolen bases as a sophomore in 2011. He made the spectacular catch in left field that made the final out and preserved Farragut’s combined no-hitter in the 2011 Class AAA championship game.

“Anthony is an extremely athletic left-handed hitting outfielder with a big body — and a ton of potential,” said Farragut coach Matt Buckner.

El Chibani missed his junior season for disciplinary reasons but has since been reinstated to the team. Missing the season was humbling and a learning experience, he said.

“It was really tough,” said El Chibani. “I just kept working hard. I went to all the games and supported the guys. I went to (the) state (tournament) and stayed there and just kept supporting them. I didn’t want to act like it was about me. It was about the team. I love those guys. They’re all my best friends.

“I learned a lot from it. I’m glad it happened.”

Losing a season of baseball, El Chibani said, actually strengthened his devotion to the game.

“Honestly, getting suspended and not being able to play this year, I don’t think I would be as committed as I am now,” he said. “It helped me work a lot on my swing and get better. That’s something I’ve always tried to do is work harder than everyone else.”

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