May 3, 2007

 

SUMMER CLASSES BEGIN TUESDAY AT CHIPOLA

 

            MARIANNA— Registration for Summer Session I classes is Monday, May 7, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

            Classes begin Tuesday, May 8. Late registration continues through noon on May 9.

Online registration is available for students who qualify.

College officials have added classes at more convenient times as well as new classes that extend from Summer I to Summer II. More than 30 evening courses and six distance learning courses are available during the two six-week summer sessions. Several classes—including ENC 1101, ENC 1102 and Humanities and French—have been extended to run for 12 weeks rather than 6.  

New students who take at least one class during either summer term may register early for Fall 2007 classes.

Applications for Admission are available in the Admissions Office located in the Student Service Building or on-line at www.chipola.edu 

Chipola offers the Associate in Arts Degree, the Associate in Science Degree, Workforce Development programs and Bachelor of Science Degrees in Secondary and Middle School Education with majors in Math and Science.

Business majors are encouraged to contact the college for information on a new Bachelor’s of Applied Science degree in Business Management slated to begin in January of 2008.

For information, call 850-718-2211, or view the new Summer Schedule online at www.chipola.edu. .

 

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May 3, 2007

 

CHIPOLA STUDENTS HONORED AT AWARDS CEREMONY

 

            MARIANNA—Chipola College recognized the outstanding achievements of its students at the recent annual Awards Ceremony. Awards were presented for academics, athletics and extracurricular activities.

            The following students received academic awards: Lacy Adkins of Altha, Alysa Locke of Ponce de Leon, Economics; Lacy Adkins of Altha, Alysa Locke of Ponce de Leon, Alexander May of Chipley, Accounting; Holli Daffin of Marianna, General Biology; Laura E. Davis of Blountstown, Biology for Science Majors; Mikayla Smith of Altha, Microbiology; Elizabeth D. Sims of Marianna, General, Organic and Biochemistry; John D. Byrd of Graceville, Brandon C. Bryant, of Bonifay; Freshman Chemistry; Cesar L. Morales of Bonifay, Sophomore Chemistry; Amy Redmond of Altha, Physical Science;Thomas Jesse Walker of Grand Ridge, Earth Science; Amanda Jackson of Chipley, Calculus I; Laura Nolin of Graceville, Calculus II; Nikole Hamilton of Westville, Calculus III; Tyler Land of Bonfiay, C.H. Barton Award; Breanna Daniels of Blountstown, Freshman English; Aric Brisolara of Marianna, Sophomore English; Cesar Morales of Bonifay, Dr. Robert E. Ringer Award; April Frith of Clarksville, Social Science; Rachel Taylor of Chattahoochee, UWF Business Program Scholarship; Kevin J. Fussell of Chipley, Hannah I. Gingerich of Blountstown, Courtney M. Kincaid of Bristol, Heather M. Morris of Cottondale, Donald L. Stanley of Blountstown, FSU/PC Transfer Scholarships; and Kevin C. Smith of Chipley, FSU/PC Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship.

            The following nursing students received awards: Jennifer Schneider of Bonifay, Clinical Excellence (fourth semester); Mikayla Smith, Academic Excellence (fourth semester); Damonica Dubose, Clinical Excellence (fifth semester) and  Codie Pauley, Academic Excellence(fifth semester).

            Students in Workforce Development programs received the following awards:  Greg Cloud of Bonifay, Electronic Engineering Technology; Natalie Nobles of Grand Ridge, Electronic Technology; Fred Lee Gilley of Bonifay, Computer Systems Technology; Kyle A. Sims of Marianna, Welding; Ahmed Santana of Graceville, Automotive; Andy Brogdon of Altha, Corrections; Charles H. Brunner of Marianna, Firefighting; Stevie Johnson of Campbellton, Cosmetology; Cheree Edwards of Sneads, Law Enforcement; and Meagan Simmons of Altha, Success Center.

            Three students received awards for athletics: Andrew Gay of Quincy, Charlton Keen Scholar Athlete Award; Sara Lovestrand of Crawfordville, Neal Sportsmanship Award and Ashley Duce of Greenwood, Cheerleader Award.

            The following students received awards for extracurricular activities: Anthony Bennett of Greenwood, Deloney Brain Bowl Award; Sylvianna Garrett of Greenwood, Black Student Union; Casey Alford of Sneads, Officer Of The Year, Phi Beta Lambda; Kayla Baxter of Campbellton, Rachel Douglas of Campbellton, 5th place in State Desktop Publishing, Phi Beta Lambda; Kayla Baxter of Campbellton, 1st place in Job Interview, Phi Beta Lambda; Benjamin M. Collier of Blountstown, Science Club; Christa Judah of Bonifay, Student Ambassadors; Buddy Clark of Chipley, Sarah Cartwright of Marianna, Christa Judah of Bonifay, Student Government Association; Kelci Stephenson of Bonifay, Chase Green of Cottondale, The Papoose Student Newspaper; Martha Moran of Bonifay, Library Award; TJ Walker of Grand Ridge, USA Today’s All-American Academic Second Team; Krystle Shelton of Altha, Guistwhite Scholar; Sarah Cartwright of Marianna, All Florida Academic First team; Buddy Clark of Chipley, outstanding member of Phi Theta Kappa.

            Two awards were given to non-students. The student body selected Stan Young, Distinguished Faculty Award; Betty Broome, for the Distinguished Career Service Award.                            

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May 3, 2007

MASONSRY MEETING SET AT CHIPOLA

 

      MARIANNA—Contractors, masons and those interested in masonry training are invited to attend a dinner at Chipola College on May 23 at 6 p.m.

      The Chipola Division of Workforce Development will host the meeting in room located in Building 0-Workforce Development on campus.

      The purpose of the meeting is to finalize plans for the Masonry Apprentice Training program scheduled to begin in August and to register the employees of licensed masonry contractors for the program. 

      Al Herndon with the Florida Masonry Education Foundation will be present to walk contractors through the process of entering the program. 

      Bud Riviere, Dean of Workforce Development for Chipola College, said, “Considerable interest has been generated regarding the program and the advantages of apprentice training are significant to both the employer and apprentice alike.  Chipola College is pleased to offer this exciting new program for the region.”

      For information, call 850-718-2270 to reserve your place for the meeting, or for additional information. 

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May 3, 2007

CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES SET AT CHIPOLA

 

            MARIANNA—Chipola College will offer a variety of short courses in the coming weeks.

            The following Mandatory training for Child Care Facility Personnel and Family Child Care Home are scheduled:  Special Needs Appropriate Practices, May 19, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Costs range from $17 to $43 depending on length of course.

            Chipola also offers custom workshops. The following are available: Eat That Frog: Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done; Whale Done: The Power of Positive Relationships; The Pygmalion Effect: Managing the Power of Expectations; Discussing Performance; The Attitude Virus: Curing Negativity in the Workplace; Team Building: What makes a Good Team Player?; and After All, You’re the Supervisor!

            Gatlin Education Services (GES) offers, open enrollment, online courses in: health care, internet graphics/web design, business, law and travel.  Register online at www.gatlineducation.com/chipola.

            Education To Go offers online programs in: computers, photography, languages, writing, entertainment, grant writing, business, sales, accounting, test prep, finance, health, child care, parenting, art, history, psychology, literature, statistics, philosophy, engineering, law and nursing. For dates and course outlines, visit www.ed2go.com/chipola .

            For information about any of these non-credit courses, call 850-718-2395.                                                                  

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May 3, 2007

CHIPOLA PICKS UP ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS

           

 MARIANNA—The Chipola College Indians picked up top honors in the All-Panhandle Conference selections for the 2006-07 regular season.

            Chipola head coach Jeff Johnson was named Panhandle Coach of the Year. Thom Hatcher picked up Player of the Year honors. Kevin McCoy was named Fireman of the Year and Jesus Barroso earned Defensive Player of the Year honors.

            A total of seven Indians made the All Panhandle Conference list, including: First-Team picks Jesus Barroso, Daniel Renfroe, Thom Hatcher, Trey Manz, Brandon Street and Kevin McCoy, and Second-Team selection Drew Parker.

            The Indians captured the Panhandle Conference championship with a 19-6 conference mark and a 31-17 overall record.

            Chipola will represent the Panhandle in the FCCAA State Tournament, May 3-8, at Chain of Lakes Stadium in Winter Haven, FL. The Indians play Manatee at noon (CST), Friday, May 4, in the double-elimination tournament.

            All Chipola state tournament games will be broadcast on WJAQ-100.9 FM.

 

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May 7, 2007

CHIPOLA PICKS UP SCHOOL’S FIRST STATE SOFTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

 

            AUBURNDALE, FL—The Lady Indians captured Chipola College’s first-ever state softball title with a 1-0 win over Miami-Dade College, Sunday, May 6, in the FCCAA Gulf District Florida Softball Tournament.

            The defensive battle was scoreless for six innings when Chipola third baseman Tori Fobb reached first on a single in the bottom of the seventh. A sacrifice fly advanced her to second. Fobb moved to third on a passed ball and then scored the winning run on another passed ball. Pitcher Cassie Lassiter earned the win for Chipola.

            The Lady Indians beat Gulf Coast 6-1 on May 5 to win the Gulf Coast District 8B side of the bracket. Chipola also beat Gulf Coast 5-4 on May 4. The Lady Indians opened tournament play with a 12-1 win over Pasco-Hernando and a 10-0 win over Tallahassee, both on May 4.

            Chipola head coach Belinda Hendrix, the Panhandle coach of the year, is in her third season at the helm of the Lady Indians program. Chipola sophomore pitcher Brittany Minton of Bainbridge, GA, was named Tournament MVP. Lady Indians Sarah Lovestrand, Areke Spel, Cassie Lassiter and Alyssa Shirey were named to the All Tournament team.

            Chipola will represent Florida in the 2007 NJCAA Division I Softball National Championship, May 17-19, at the Plant City Stadium in Plant City, FL.

            Chipola’s athletic program is enjoying tremendous success this year. In addition to the 2007 state softball title, Chipola’s men’s and women’s basketball teams both picked up state titles in March. As of May 6, Chipola’s baseball squad is undefeated in the state baseball tournament and could make it a clean, four-sport sweep.

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May 7, 2007

 

CHIPOLA TO PLAY FOR STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TUESDAY

 

            WINTER HAVEN, FL—The Chipola Indians will play for the FCCAA State Baseball Championship, Tuesday, May 8, at 3 p.m. (CST). Chipola will face the winner of the St. Petersburg and Central Florida game to be played on Monday, May 7.

            Chipola’s game will be broadcast on WJAQ, 100.9 FM, and is available on the web at www.chipola.edu

            Chipola has only state title in baseball which came under coach Bobby Pierce in 1982.

In 11 seasons at the helm of the Chipola baseball program, head coach Jeff Johnson has advanced to the state Region VIII tournament seven times. The Indians finished second in the state tournament in 2005, 2002 and 2001, third in 1998, and in the top four in 2006.

Chipola has won the Panhandle Conference six times in the last seven years, including this year’s championship. Coach Johnson has more than 75 players on to either professional baseball or to four-year college programs.

            Chipola’s athletic program is enjoying tremendous success this year. In addition to the 2007 state softball title, Chipola’s men’s and women’s basketball teams both picked up state titles in March. Chipola’s baseball squad is undefeated in the state baseball tournament and could make it a clean, four-sport sweep.

 

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May 8, 2007

CHIPOLA TO PLAY FOR BASEBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

 

WINTER HAVEN, FL—The Chipola Indians will play for the FCCAA State Baseball Championship, Tuesday, May 8, at 3 p.m. (CST).

The game will be broadcast on WJAQ, 100.9 FM, and is available on the web at www.chipola.edu

Chipola will face the winner of the St. Petersburg and Central Florida game to be played at 9 a.m., Tuesday, May 8.  

Chipola has only one state title in baseball which came under coach Bobby Pierce in 1982.

Chipola’s athletic program is enjoying tremendous success this year. The Lady Indians won the school’s first-ever state softball title on May 6. Chipola won both the men’s and women’s basketball state titles in March. The baseball squad could make it a rare, four-sport sweep.

 

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May 8, 2007

 

CHIPOLA WINS STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP,

SETS RECORD FOR FOUR STATE TITLES IN SINGLE SEASON

 

            WINTER HAVEN, FL—The Chipola College Indians made history when they captured the Florida Junior College Baseball Championship Tuesday, May 8, with a 12-2 win over Central Florida Community College.

            The baseball championship puts Chipola in the Florida record books as the only community college to win four state championships in a single season. The Lady Indians picked up the college’s first state championship in softball on Sunday, May 6. The Chipola men’s and women’s basketball teams won their respective state tournaments in March.      Miami-Dade is the only Florida junior college to win three state titles which they accomplished in 1971 and 1976.

            Chipola’s only other state baseball title came under coach Bobby Pierce in 1983. Chipola chalked up 18 hits on the day and committed only two errors. Four Indians had three hits apiece: Paul Gatchel, Jesus Barroso, Tom Hatcher and Logan Pierce.

            Drew Parker was the winning pitcher for Chipola in the championship game. He pitched a total of 13 innings in the tournament. Marianna native Josh Storm pitched in last inning of the championship game. When asked if he felt any pressure to join his fellow Chipola coaches as 2007 state champs, Chipola baseball coach Jeff Johnson said, “What a great team and what a great administration we have at the college that could put us in position to do this. Our guys played an outstanding game and showed great heart. We battled hard and did a great job hitting and bunting. We executed all the little things that we’ve been talking about all year long.”

            The Indians were unbeaten in the state tournament beginning with a 7-6 win over Manatee on May 4. Chipola overcame Palm Beach 6-4 on May 5. The Indians landed a spot in the title game with a 4-3 win over Manatee on May 7. The Indians finished the season with a 36-17 record.  

In 11 seasons at the helm of the Chipola baseball program, head coach Jeff Johnson has advanced to the state tournament seven times. The Indians finished second in the state tournament in 2005, 2002 and 2001, third in 1998, and among the top four in 2006.

Chipola has won the baseball Panhandle Conference pennant six times in the last seven years, including this year’s championship. Coach Johnson has guided more than 75 players on to professional baseball or to four-year college programs.

            The Chipola baseball team will represent Florida in the NJCAA National Tournament, May 26, in Grand Junction, Colorado.

            Chipola College president Dr. Gene Prough will host a State Championship Celebration for all four Chipola teams and fans, Thursday, May 10, at noon at the Chipola baseball stadium.

 

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May 9, 2007

 

CHIPOLA TO HOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIP CELEBRATION THURSDAY

 

            MARIANNA—Chipola College president Dr. Gene Prough will host a State Championship Celebration for all four Chipola athletic teams and fans, Thursday, May 10, at noon at the Chipola baseball stadium.

            Chipola made Florida history as the only Florida community college to win four state championships in a single season. The Indians won the state baseball championship on May 8. The Lady Indians picked up the college’s first state championship in softball on May 6. The Chipola men’s and women’s basketball teams won their respective state tournaments in March. 

 

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May 10, 2007

COLBERT MULTI-MEDIA ART SHOW ON DISPLAY AT CHIPOLA

 

            MARIANNA—“Just Under the Surface,” an art exhibit by Jeremy Colbert, will be on display in the gallery of the McLendon Fine Arts building at Chipola College, May 14 through June 8, Monday through Thursdays from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

            The original works include creations of wood, cast iron, found objects, paper, rope, mixed media and video.

            Colbert teaches sculpture and ceramics at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. He earned an MFA from Florida State University in Sculpture and Ceramics. Colbert says, “The exhibition is a body of work reflective of a rediscovery through evaluation of ones self.”      

 

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May 17, 2007

CHIPOLA’S FALL DEAN’S LIST ANNOUNCED

 

            MARIANNA—Dr. Sarah Clemmons, vice president of Instructional and Student Services at Chipola College, commends the 210 students who made the Dean’s List for academic achievement during the Spring Semester 2007.

            To be placed on the Dean’s List, a student must take 12 or more semester hours of courses and make an average of 3.25 (B+) to 4.0 (A) in all courses.

            Students who made perfect averages of 4.0—straight A’s—and their hometowns are:

            Alford—Jordan W. Burnett, Michael N. Gillikin.

            Altha—Lacy L. Adkins, Barbara C. Brown, Justin T. Debolt, Amy C. Redmond, Jeremy R. Redmond.

            Bascom—Christopher S. Chandler.

            Blountstown—Carlos L. Davis, Sharon K. Ebersole, Stephen G. Granger.

            Bonifay—Daniel L. Bernabe, Jr., Brandon C. Bryant, Stephanie V. Davis, Allison M. Hausner, Jared S. Moseley, Julian L. Paul, III, Brittany J. Pickwick.

            Chipley—Bremen C. Hill, Amanda J. Jackson, Alexander D. May, Travis W. Monsalvatge, Cortney L. Pettis, Jonathan D. Sober. 

            Cottondale—Heather M. Morris, Holly M. Scurlock, Kimberly D. Sloan, Melanie R. Sloan, Jantzen W. Whitehead.

            Graceville —John D. Byrd, Nathan J. Day, Laura K. Nolin, Keith C. Watford, Shelly A. Worthy.

            Grand Ridge—Courtney J. Lewis, Natalie M. Nobles, Daniel R. Winget.

            Marianna—Kristen L. Carlile, Sarah E. Cartwright, Justin S. Goll, Nicole A. Hoff, Amanda J. Mullins, Megan C. Stewart, Erin A. Tanner, Danielle N. Watson, Rico D. Williams. 

            Ponce De Leon—Dustin A. Leavins.

            Sneads—Karri E. Brown, Nichole E. Rabon.

            Vernon—Daniel C. Lee.

            Out of District—Ashley E. Earley of Defuniak Springs, Kristy I. Johnson,  Maria L. Kenyon of Donalsonville, Ga., Nicole A. Winterman of Lynn Haven, Karah S. Rackley of Tallahassee, Nikole D. Hamilton of Westville.

 

            Students who earned grade point averages ranging from 3.25(B+) to 3.99 (A) and their hometowns are:

 

            Alford—Nicholas J. Gabriel, Stephanie E. Mcintosh, Gary D. White.

            Altha—Brandon S. Dysard, Lori A. Goodman, Bradford E. Neel, Krystle N. Shelton, Skylar L. Shelton, Katherine L. Walden. 

            Bascom—Wendell E. Beall, Matthew B. Chambliss, Chasity N. Tucker.         

            Blountstown—Kate A. Atkins, Ashley K. Britt, Shanna B. Collier, Stacy L. Frye, Janna L. Grantham, Laura Kukhalashvili, Joshua M. Lilly, Cristina L. Norris, Staci L. Pittman, Tanya M. Savell, Katrina E. Sims, Matthew P. Stokes. 

            Bonifay—Kristin S. Carr, Sheyla N. Ferguson, Mark C. Hodge, Holly J. Hodge, Kaci D. Johnson, Clayton T. Land, Jicole M. Niemi, Jamie D. Owen, Odie C. Pauley, III, Joseph E. Paulk, Lindsay C. Short, James L. Wells.

            Bristol—Samantha D. Clackum, Jonetta D. Dawson, Courtney M. Kincaid, Desirae C. Spikes.

            Campbellton—Kristen D. Cotton. 

            Chipley—Robert A. Bethea, Matthew S. Booth, Daniel N. Carter, Ryan M. Clark, Nathan A. Clemmons, Gina M. Clenney, Allen M. Ellis, Amanda L. Foran, Kevin J. Fussell, Joel L. Goodson, Rebekah L. Lee, Gardner T. Munn, Matthew T. Nelson, Diviya S. Patel, Ashley N. Roberts, Daniellie L. Sexton, Summer N. Thomas, Brandi S. Toole, Nancy K. Wigginton, Kristen M. Wilder, Justin J. Wooten.          

            Clarksville—Justin M. Mccoy.

            Cottondale—Rebecca A. Boggs, Heather D. Daffin, Logan A. Fowler, Kara J. Hewitt, Onelio M. Maus, Mary K. Ralls, Jessica L. Sloan, Amber L. Standland, Joseph A. Tice, Christina A. Toole, Mitchell E. Whitehead.

            Graceville—Joseph Z. Bell, Jennifer J. Blackburn, Reginald A. Franklin, Karisa D. Olds, Jonathan C. Register, Theresa J. White, Lakisha M. Young,Latisha N. Young.

            Grand Ridge—William H. Covington, III, Daniel R. McNeill.

            Greenwood—Anthony J. Bennett, Antonio J. Diaz Jimenez, Ashley A. Duce, Eva J. Graves, Shannon A. Hatcher, Catherine R. Lipford, Thomosa B. Pittman.

            Hosford—Elijah G. Moore.

            Kinard— Crissa C. Pope.

            Malone—Kyndal L. Murdock, Tommy G. Thompson, II.

            Marianna—Braytez J. Barnes, John P. Baumer, Ashley T. Baxter, Jacqueline C. Bennett, Aric J. Brisolara, Zachary B. Carroll, Allisha N. Connell, Rachael M. Daniel, Charlotte L. Demmon, Barbara A. Edwards, Justin R. Eisner, Janna K. Ellis, Ashley K. Foshee, Leslie K. Furr, Portia D. Green, Shannon L. Grice, Kyle S. Gunter, Alan J. Herring, Meghan M. Holley, Stephanie M. Johnson, Robert J. Jones, Kasey L. Kelley, Jennifer I. Kelly, James C. Krieger, II, Suzanna K. Miller, Christopher G. Owens, Meghan M. Roberts, Elizabeth D. Sims, Jessica L. Sims, Karla D. Strickland, Spring R. Taylor, Brenda M. Toal, Kristian J. Vance, Brettlyn J. Wood.

            Ponce De Leon—Gregory A. Egger, Alysa L. Locke, Rachel A. Taylor, Rowdy Y. Wilbur. 

            Sneads—Justin A. Brown, Billie J. Collins, Thomas T. Daniels, Erin M. Hays, Daniel E. Jones, Leland A. Kirkland. 

            Vernon—Brooke E. Brown.

            Westville—Jesse F. Joiner. 

            Out of District—Ashley B. Dale of Ashford, Ala., Joey Cameron of Auburn, Ala., Rachel L. Taylor, Aaron M. Varieur of Chattahoochee, William J. Lewis, Myra G. Monk of Cottonwood Ala., Sara E. Lovestrand of Crawfordville, Paige L. Russell of Dothan Ala., Monica S. Kennedy of Flomaton, Ala., Kyle A. Regnault of Johnston, Ri., Tiffany L. Harmon of Lynn Haven, Thomas M. Hatcher, Jr., of Roswell, Ga., Rachel Thomas of Slocomb, Ala.

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May 17, 2007

 

MASONSRY MEETING SET AT CHIPOLA

 

      MARIANNA—Contractors, masons and those interested in masonry training are invited to attend a dinner at Chipola College on Wednesday, May 23 at 6 p.m.

      The Chipola Division of Workforce Development will host the meeting in room located in Building 0-Workforce Development on campus.

      The purpose of the meeting is to finalize plans for the Masonry Apprentice Training program scheduled to begin in August and to register the employees of licensed masonry contractors for the program. 

      Al Herndon with the Florida Masonry Education Foundation will be present to walk contractors through the process of entering the program. 

      Bud Riviere, Dean of Workforce Development for Chipola College, said, “Considerable interest has been generated regarding the program and the advantages of apprentice training are significant to both the employer and apprentice alike.  Chipola College is pleased to offer this exciting new program for the region.”

      For information, call 850-718-2270 to reserve your place for the meeting, or for additional information. 

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May 17, 2007

CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES SET AT CHIPOLA

 

            MARIANNA—Chipola College will offer a variety of short courses in the coming weeks.

            A Observing & Recording Child Behavior course will meet Mondays and Wednesdays, June 25 through August 6 from 6 to 9:20 p.m.  Cost is $191.

            Chipola also offers custom workshops. The following are available: Eat That Frog: Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done; Whale Done: The Power of Positive Relationships; The Pygmalion Effect: Managing the Power of Expectations; Discussing Performance; The Attitude Virus: Curing Negativity in the Workplace; Team Building: What makes a Good Team Player?; and After All, You’re the Supervisor!

            Gatlin Education Services (GES) offers, open enrollment, online courses in: health care, internet graphics/web design, business, law and travel.  Register online at www.gatlineducation.com/chipola.

            Education To Go offers online programs in: computers, photography, languages, writing, entertainment, grant writing, business, sales, accounting, test prep, finance, health, child care, parenting, art, history, psychology, literature, statistics, philosophy, engineering, law and nursing. For dates and course outlines, visit www.ed2go.com/chipola .

            For information about any of these non-credit courses, call 850-718-2395.                                                                  

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May 17, 2007

SUMMER PROGRAMS SET AT CHIPOLA

 

MARIANNA—Chipola College will offer programs for children of all ages this summer.

Swimming lessons will be offered for ages four and up. Lessons are based on a combination of nationally-recognized methods. The following sessions are scheduled: Session 1: May 29–June 7; Session 2: June 18–28; Session 3: July 9-19; and Session 4: July 30-Aug. 9. Classes are available at 9 a.m., 10 a.m. or 7:00 p.m. Sessions are Monday through Thursday for two weeks of 45-minute lessons. Cost is $45 and pre-registration is required, with a $5 late registration fee. Infant and Preschool Swimming lessons for children 3 and under will meet June 11-14 and July 23-27 with classes available at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Cost is $30.  For information, call pool manager Rance Massengill at 718-2473. 

Chipola Baseball Coach Jeff Johnson will offer several camps.  A Skills Camp for ages 8-12 will meet June 4-7.  Cost is $75.  A Young Pitchers Camp for ages 8-12 will meet June 11-12.  Cost is $100.  A Pitching Camp for ages 13-18 will meet June 13-14.  Cost is $100.  A Young Hitters Camp for ages 8-12 will meet June 18-19.  Cost is $100.  A Hitting Camp for ages 13-18 will meet June 20-21.  Cost is $100.  All baseball camps meet from 9 a.m. to noon. Call 718-2237.   

Chipola Basketball coach David Lane will offer a Girls High School Team Camp, June 8 and 9, from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Cost is $250 per team.  Call 718-2234 or 209-0083. 

Chipola Basketball coach Greg Heiar will offer a Boys Basketball Camp tentatively set for June 11-13. The Chipola coaching staff and players will help youngsters learn the fundamentals of basketball.  Fees and times will be announced. Call 718-2364 or 209-1010.

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May 17, 2007

COLBERT MULTI-MEDIA ART SHOW ON DISPLAY AT CHIPOLA

 

            MARIANNA—“Just Under the Surface,” an art exhibit by Jeremy Colbert, will be on display in the gallery of the McLendon Fine Arts building at Chipola College through June 8, Monday through Thursdays from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

            The original works include creations of wood, cast iron, found objects, paper, rope, mixed media and video.

            Colbert teaches sculpture and ceramics at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. He earned an MFA from Florida State University in Sculpture and Ceramics. Colbert says, “The exhibition is a body of work reflective of a rediscovery through evaluation of ones self.”      

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COLBERT ART ON DISPLAY AT CHIPOLA—“Family Medicine” is one of the pieces in “Just Under the Surface,” a multi-media art exhibit by Jeremy Colbert now on display at Chipola College. The show can be seen in the gallery of the McLendon Fine Arts building, Monday through Thursday, from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., through June 8.

             

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May 17, 2007

 

CHIPOLA SOFTBALL TO PLAY IN NATIONAL TOURNAMENT THURSDAY

 

            PLANT CITY— Chipola will represent Florida in the 2007 NJCAA Division I Softball National Championship, May 17-19, at the Plant City Stadium in Plant City, FL.

            Chipola faces Crowder College (MO) in the first round of the tournament at 11 a.m. EST, Thursday, May 17. Win or lose, the Lady Indians will play again at 6 p.m. on Thursday. 

            The Lady Indians captured Chipola College’s first-ever state softball title with a 1-0 win over Miami-Dade College, May 6, in the FCCAA Gulf District Florida Softball Tournament.  The Lady Indians enter the national tournament as the number one seed after spending more than two months on top of the NJCAA Softball poll and the FCCAA State poll.

            All Chipola games will be broadcast on the WJAQ 100.9 in Marianna, and are available on the Chipola website at www.chipola.edu

            Chipola head coach Belinda Hendrix, the Panhandle coach of the year, is in her third season at the helm of the Lady Indians program. Chipola sophomore pitcher Brittany Minton of Bainbridge, GA, was named MVP of the Florida State Tournament. Lady Indians Sarah Lovestrand, Areke Spel, Cassie Lassiter and Alyssa Shirey all were named to the All Tournament team.

            Chipola players top several of the state’s individual stats lists. Amber Weeks leads the state in pitching with a 7-1 record and a .520 ERA. Cassie Lassiter is Florida’s sixth best hurler with a 22-2 record with a .763 ERA and 95 strikeouts. Brittany Minton is ninth with 16-2 mark and a .848 ERA and 130 strikeouts.                

            Tiffany Harmon is fourth on the state’s stolen base list with 46 steals in 47 tries. Martina Landrum is Florida’s second best hitter with a .487 batting average. She has 58 hits in 47 games, and has stolen 34 bases in 34 attempts.  Sara Lovestrand is fifth in the state in batting with a .463 average. Alyssa Shirey is ninth with a .449 average. Megan Whitehead is 16th in hitting with a .413 average and Tori Fobb rounds out the top 25, hitting .391.                 

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May 17, 2007

CHIPOLA BASEBALL TEAM HEADED TO NATIONALS

 

            MARIANNA—The Chipola College Indians will represent Florida and Region VIII in the NJCAA National Baseball Tournament, May 26, in Grand Junction, Colorado.

            Chipola will play in the first game of the double-elimination tournament at 9 a.m. (EST), Saturday, May 26. Games will be broadcast on WJAQ 100.9 FM and are available on the web at www.chipola.edu

            A win in the first round would give the Indians Sunday off and a spot in the 7:30 p.m. game on Monday, May 28. A loss would force Chipola into the 10 a.m. game on Sunday, May 27.  

            The championship game of the tournament is scheduled for Friday, June 1 at 7:30 p.m.; however, the game could be played as late as Saturday, June 2.

            The Chipola College Indians made history when they captured the Florida Junior College Baseball Championship Tuesday, May 8, with a 12-2 win over Central Florida.

            The baseball title put Chipola in the Florida record books as the only community college to win four state championships in a single season, in addition to titles in softball and men’s and women’s basketball. Chipola’s only other state baseball title came under coach Bobby Pierce in 1983.

            Several Chipola baseball players are among the best in the state.  Jesus Barroso and Brandon Street lead the Indians offense, each hitting .341 on the season. Street has 42 RBI’s in 51 games. A total of nine Indians are batting better than .300.

            Tom Hatcher leads the state in homeruns with 11 and is second on the state RBI list with 59. Trey Manz has six homers on the year. 

            Three Chipola hurlers are among the best in Florida. Kevin McCoy is 4-0 with 55 strikeouts and a 1.705 ERA. Drew Parker is 6-2 with 59 strikeouts and a 2.577 ERA. Ryan Chaffee (6-2) is number two in the state in strikeouts with 75 in 60 innings.

            The Indians’ two closers are in the state’s top 20. Daniel Jones is tenth in the state with four saves in 46 innings of work. Josh Storm is number 15 on the state saves list with four saves in 15 innings. 

            The Indians (36-17) are perfect in the post-season with four wins in the state tournament including a 12-2 win over Central Florida, a 6-4 win over Palm Beach and a pair of wins over Manatee, 4-3 and 7-6.

In 11 seasons at the helm of the Chipola baseball program, head coach Jeff Johnson has advanced to the state tournament seven times. The Indians finished second in the state tournament in 2005, 2002 and 2001, third in 1998, and among the top four in 2006.

Chipola has won the Panhandle Conference championship six times in the last seven years. Coach Johnson has guided more than 75 players on to professional baseball or to four-year college programs.

 

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ORAL INTERP CLASS PERFORMS—The Chipola Oral Interpretation class recently performed scenes from books for fifth graders at Roulhac Middle School.  Pictured from left, are: (front) Patricia Williams, Katie Brown, Callie Eady; standing: Justin McCoy, Taylor Finch, Carol Saunders (instructor), Aaron Summerlin, Kelci Stephenson and Aric Brisolara.

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PASSING THE GAVEL—Christa Judah (left) of Bonifay accepts the gavel as 2007-08 president of the Chipola College Student Government Association. She is pictured with Student Activities director Nancy Johnson (center) and outgoing SGA president Buddy Clark of Chipley.

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CHIPOLA AUTO STUDENT OF THE YEAR—Ahmed Santana was named Chipola College’s Outstanding Automotive student of the year. Carquest presented Santana with a set of professional tools and toolbox.  Pictured from left, are: Ahmed Santana and Carquest representatives Sheila Thorngnen, Reeves Poss and Tony Tye.

 

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CRAA INSTALLS OFFICERS—The Chipola Regional Arts Association held the Installation of New Officers and Board of Directors at the May 15 meeting. The Installation was conducted by Gina Stuart, Chipola College Trustee. New officers for 2007-2008 are, from left:  Washington County Representatives: Jeanne Lavender, Fred Lavender; Holmes County Representative: Kathryn Treadwell; Promotional Chairperson: Polly Roberts; Hospitality Chairperson: Trinka Sandifer; Treasurer: Gene Hester; Secretary and Calendar Coordinator: Anita Shealy and President: Jo-Ann Anderson and Gina Stuart; Chipola Trustee. Not pictured are: Vice-President: Dr. Jerry Kandzer; Membership Chair: Aline Lambert and Liberty County Representative: Mike Eckhart. 

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STEPHENS IS EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH—Senior Programmer Analyst Ana Stephens accepts the June Career Employee of the Month from Chipola College president Dr. Gene Prough. Stephens has worked in the college’s Information Systems department since 1996.

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 May 19, 2007

CHIPOLA WINS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IN SOFTBALL

 

            PLANT CITY—The Chipola Lady Indians softball team captured the 2007 NJCAA Division I Softball National Championship with a 6-3 win over Northern Idaho, Saturday, May 19, in Plant City, FL.

            The Lady Indians scored three runs in the top of the third and added three more in the eighth to take the college’s first national championship in softball.

           Chipola scored three in the third after Martina Landrum walked, stole 2nd, and was batted forward to home. Tiffany Harmon singled, stole 2nd, and was batted in to score. Christal Kotchman singled and scored.

            Northern Idaho tied the game at 3-3 in the bottom of the seventh.  In extra innings in the top of the 8th, Sara Lovestrand reached on an error, stole 2nd, and was batted forward to home. Cassie Lassiter reached on a bunt stole 2nd, and was batted home. Tori Fobb doubled, and was batted home. Carolyn Moore doubled for one RBI.

            Brittany Minton was the wining pitcher for the Lady Indians. She threw 1 and two-thirds innings. Cassie Lassiter threw four innings and Amber Weeks pitched 2 and one third innings.

            The Lady Indians only loss of the tournament came earlier in the day on Saturday to Northern Idaho, 5-4. It was Chipola’s only loss of the post-season. Chipola finished with a 57-6 record.

            Southern Idaho lost their opening game of the tournament and climbed out of the loser’s bracket to win seven straight.

            The Lady Indians helped make Florida history earlier this month when they won the FCCAA State Championship, one of four state titles Chipola won this season.  Head coach Belinda Hendrix completed her third season at the helm of the Lady Indians program.

            Chipola’s only other national championship was in men’s golf in the 1960’s.

            Chipola began the national tournament with a 3-0 win over Crowder College (MO) in the first round on Thursday. The Lady Indians scored a 2-1 win over McLennan College Thursday. On Friday, Chipola scored a 3-0 win over Miami Dade and a 5-2 win over Eastern Arizona. The Lady Indians lost to Northern Idaho, 5-4, before rebounding to win the title game over Northern Idaho, 6-3.

            The Lady Indians entered the national tournament as the number one seed after spending more than two months on top of the NJCAA Softball poll and the FCCAA State poll.

            Box scores and stats from the national tourney are available at http://njcaa.fixedit.com/

            The Chipola website is www.chipola.edu

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Chipola

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0

3

0

0

0

0

3

6

9

0

North Idaho

0

0

0

2

0

0

1

0

3

10

1

 

 

Chipola at North Idaho

Score By Innings

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

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H

E

Chipola 6, North Idaho 3

Chipola

North Idaho

 

ab

r

h

bi

 

ab

r

h

bi

Tiffany Harmon lf

4

1

1

0

Strohm Fouty lf

3

0

2

0

Christal Kotchman ss

4

1

1

2

Kelli Bridges ss

3

0

1

1

Sara Lovestrand 2b

4

1

1

0

Angie Boardman 2b

3

0

0

0

Cassie Lassiter p-dh

4

0

2

0

Kristen Burtch 1b

3

0

2

0

(t8) Sheena Jordan pr-dh

0

1

0

0

(b4) Kirsten Bahr pr-1b

0

1

0

0

Areke Spel rf

4

0

0

1

Shay Craig 3b

3

1

1

0

Tori Fobb 3b-pr

3

1

1

2

Jessica Farmer dh

1

0

0

0

(t6) Megan Whitehead 3b

0

0

0

0

(b4) Justine Williams dh

3

0

1

1

Alyssa Shirey c

3

0

0

0

Keely Torgison cf

3

0

1

1

(t6) Karin Tuk c

1

0

0

0

Alysha Krier c

3

0

1

0

Carolyn Moore 1b

4

0

1

1

(b7) Kayla Devlin pr-c

0

1

0

0

Martina Landrum cf

3

1

2

0

Heather Gemmell rf

3

0

1

0

Amber Weeks p

0

0

0

0

Kelcey Cavan p

0

0

0

0

Brittany Minton p

0

0

0

0

Nalani Akana p

0

0

0

0

TEAM TOTALS

34

6

9

6

TEAM TOTALS

28

3

10

3

 

E: Shay Craig. DP: Chipola 1, North Idaho 1. LOB: Chipola 6, North Idaho 9. 2B: Tori
Fobb, Carolyn Moore, Keely Torgison. SB: Martina Landrum(2), Sara Lovestrand, Tiffany
Harmon, Sheena Jordan. SB: Kelli Bridges, Strohm Fouty, Heather Gemmell.

 

Chipola

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

Cassie Lassiter

4.00

5

2

2

3

1

Amber Weeks

2.33

5

1

1

0

0

Brittany Minton W

1.67

0

0

0

1

1

North Idaho

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kelcey Cavan L

6.00

4

3

2

1

7

Nalani Akana

2.00

5

3

3

1

1

 

HBP: by Brittany Minton (Alysha Krier). WP: Amber Weeks. PB: Alysha Krier. T: 2:00.
A: 175.

Chipola - Top of the 1st:
Tiffany Harmon grounded out.
Christal Kotchman flied out.
Sara Lovestrand grounded out.
0 run, 0 hit, 0 error, 0 lob.

North Idaho - Bottom of the 1st:
Strohm Fouty singled, batted forward to 2nd, forced out at 3rd.
Kelli Bridges sacrifice bunted.
Angie Boardman flied out.
Kristen Burtch walked, batted forward to 2nd.
Shay Craig reached on fielder's choice.
0 run, 1 hit, 0 error, 2 lob.

Chipola - Top of the 2nd:
Cassie Lassiter struck out looking.
Areke Spel popped out.
Tori Fobb struck out swinging.
0 run, 0 hit, 0 error, 0 lob.

North Idaho - Bottom of the 2nd:
Jessica Farmer flied out foul.
Keely Torgison walked, forced out at 2nd.
Alysha Krier hit into double play.
0 run, 0 hit, 0 error, 0 lob.

Chipola - Top of the 3rd:
Alyssa Shirey, touched by own batted ball, called out.
Carolyn Moore popped out.
Martina Landrum walked, stole 2nd, batted forward to home.
Tiffany Harmon singled, stole 2nd, batted forward to home.
Christal Kotchman singled, batted forward to home, 2 RBI.
Sara Lovestrand singled, batted forward to 3rd.
Cassie Lassiter singled, batted forward to 2nd.
Areke Spel reached on fielder's choice, 1 RBI.
Tori Fobb popped out.
3 runs, 4 hits, 0 error, 3 lob.

North Idaho - Bottom of the 3rd:
Heather Gemmell bunted out.
Strohm Fouty popped out.
Kelli Bridges popped out.
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 error, 0 lob.

Chipola - Top of the 4th:
Alyssa Shirey struck out swinging.
Carolyn Moore grounded out.
Martina Landrum reached base on bunt, advanced to 2nd on passed ball.
Tiffany Harmon grounded out.
0 run, 1 hit, 0 error, 1 lob.

North Idaho - Bottom of the 4th:
Angie Boardman grounded out.
Kristen Burtch singled, Kirsten Bahr ran for batter, batted forward to home.
Shay Craig walked, batted forward to home.
Justine Williams singled, batted forward to 3rd, 1 RBI.
Keely Torgison doubled, picked off, 1 RBI.
Alysha Krier struck out swinging.
2 run, 3 hit, 0 error, 1 lob.

Chipola - Top of the 5th:
Christal Kotchman grounded out.
Sara Lovestrand flied out.
Cassie Lassiter struck out swinging.
0 run, 0 hit, 0 error, 0 lob.

North Idaho - Bottom of the 5th:
Heather Gemmell singled, batted forward to 3rd.
Strohm Fouty sacrifice bunted.
Kelli Bridges grounded out.
Angie Boardman flied out.
0 run, 1 hit, 0 error, 1 lob.

Chipola - Top of the 6th:
Areke Spel struck out swinging.
Megan Whitehead walked, Tori Fobb ran for batter, forced out at 2nd.
Karin Tuk hit into double play.
0 run, 0 hit, 0 error, 0 lob.

North Idaho - Bottom of the 6th:
Kristen Burtch singled, advanced to 2nd on wild pitch, tagged out going to 3rd.
Shay Craig singled, forced out at 2nd.
Justine Williams reached on fielder's choice, forced out at 2nd.
Keely Torgison reached on fielder's choice.
0 run, 2 hit, 0 error, 1 lob.

Chipola - Top of the 7th:
Carolyn Moore popped out.
Martina Landrum singled, batted forward to 2nd, stole 3rd.
Tiffany Harmon grounded out.
Christal Kotchman struck out swinging.
0 run, 1 hit, 0 error, 1 lob.

North Idaho - Bottom of the 7th:
Alysha Krier singled, Kayla Devlin ran for batter, batted forward to home.
Heather Gemmell sacrifice bunted.
Strohm Fouty singled, batted forward to 3rd.
Kelli Bridges singled, batted forward to 2nd, 1 RBI.
Angie Boardman walked, forced out at 2nd.
Kristen Burtch struck out swinging.
Shay Craig reached on fielder's choice.
1 run, 3 hit, 0 error, 3 lob.

Chipola - Top of the 8th:
Sara Lovestrand reached on error, stole 2nd, batted forward to home.
Cassie Lassiter reached base on bunt, Sheena Jordan ran for batter, stole 2nd, batted
forward to home.
Areke Spel struck out looking.
Tori Fobb doubled, batted forward to home, 2 RBI.
Alyssa Shirey struck out swinging.
Carolyn Moore doubled, 1 RBI.
Martina Landrum grounded out.
3 runs, 3 hits, 1 error, 1 lob.

North Idaho - Bottom of the 8th:
Justine Williams flied out.
Keely Torgison flied out.
Alysha Krier hit by pitch.
Heather Gemmell flied out foul.
0 runs, 0 hits, 0 error, 1 lob.

This file was created with Fixed It! Baseball ScoreBook on 5/19/2007 at 19:42:06

 

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 May 21, 2007

 

CHIPOLA TO HOST ICE CREAM SOCIAL WEDNESDAY

FOR NATIONAL CHAMPION SOFTBALL TEAM

 

            MARIANNA—Chipola president Dr. Gene Prough invites the community to an Ice Cream Social in honor of the Chipola Lady Indians National Champion Softball team, Wednesday, May 23, at 3 p.m., at the Chipola Softball Field.

            The Lady Indians captured the 2007 NJCAA Division I Softball National Championship with a 6-3 win over Northern Idaho, Saturday, May 19, in Plant City.

            The softball title is only the second national championship in the college’s 60-year history. Chipola captured a national golf title in 1967.

            The Chipola baseball team will play in the NJCAA national baseball tournament, May 26-June 1 in Grand Junction, Colorado.  Chipola made history this year as the only junior college in Florida to win four state sports titles in a single season.

 

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May 24, 2007

 

CHIPOLA WINS AT PHI THETA KAPPA NATIONAL CONVENTION

 

            NASHVILLE—The Nu Chi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Chipola College received the three major awards at the 2007 International Convention in Nashville.

            Chipola earned the Leadership Hallmark Award and the Top 100 Chapter award. Nu Chi member Buddy Clark received the Distinguished Member Award.      

            Some 500 chapters competed for the Society's Hallmark Awards Program recognizing excellence in programs that promote the Hallmarks of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Fellowship. 

            The Chipola students participated in a number of service programs during the school year. Through the Adopt a School Program, Chipola adopted North Bay Elementary School in Bay St. Louis, MS, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Chipola students provided manpower for clean-up and a uniform drive for the students. Chipola’s Project Prom helped hurricane victims at Bay St. Louis High School. Students collected prom gowns and decorations and helped organize the prom for students at the hurricane-ravaged high school.

            The “Behind the Scenes” program encouraged reading and creative expression among middle school students. Characters with Class encouraged reading in elementary schools. Volunteers dressed in costumes and read to elementary students.

            The Leaders of Promise Conference offered a day of leadership activities and seminars for area ninth and tenth graders. The Senior Leadership Conference provided leadership activities for area seniors. Profiles in Leadership seminars focused on the consequences of the leadership styles of famous leaders.

            Chipola environmental projects included: restoring the campus nature trail, encouraging recycling on campus, beach and river clean up projects and Keep America Beautiful Projects with local 4-H, Girl Scouts, and Boy Scouts

Chipola students also participated in: the American Heart Association Heart Walk; voter registration drive; and domestic violence seminar/self-defense class.

Chipola students also provided toys, books and companionship to children at the Shriner’s Hospital in Tampa and held a drive for a local battered women’s shelter.

            Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society of the Two-Year College with more than 1,200 chapters at community and technical colleges. Membership is based primarily upon academic achievement. 

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CHIPOLA WINS AT PHI THETA KAPPA CONVENTION—The Nu Chi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Chipola College received the three major awards at the 2007 International Convention in Nashville. Chipola earned the Leadership Hallmark Award and the Top 100 Chapter award. Buddy Clark received the Distinguished Member Award. Chipola students who attended the convention are, from left: (front) Kristen Cotton of Marianna; (middle) Pam Rentz, advisor; Sarah Cartwright of Marianna; Timothy Kleiser of Sneads; (back) Charles Isabella of Marianna; Alicia Hatcher of Graceville; Blake Chambliss of Malone; and Krystle Shelton of Altha.

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May 24, 2007

CHIPOLA HONORS THEATRE EXCELLENCE

 

MARIANNA—Chipola College Theatre director Charles Sirmon handed out awards for excellence in theatre at the recent annual theatre banquet.

Mike Milton was named Chipola’s Outstanding Theatre student and Best Actor. Also recognized at the evening’s event were: Best Actress, Katie Brown; Best Supporting Actor, Kevin Russell; Best Supporting Actress, Brittney Holmes; Best Character Actor, Justin Carr; Best Character Actress, Jessie Lawson; Best Male Cameo, Chris Calton; Best Female Cameo, Shannon Grice; Best Male Newcomer, Rowdy Wilbur; Best Female Newcomer, Jessie Lawson; Technical Excellence, Rowdy Wilbur; Best Ensemble Actress, Danuta Jacobs; Best Ensemble Actor, Seth Basford;  Dance/Choreography Award, Chris Manasco; and Backstage Excellence, Zack Carroll.

            Director of Theatre, Charles Sirmon led the award-winning season which included “I Hate Hamlet” by Paul Rudnick, “Oklahoma” and “The Golden Goose.”

            For information about Chipola Theatre, call 718-2227.

 

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CHIPOLA THEATER AWARDS—Chipola College Theatre handed out awards for excellence in theatre at the recent annual theatre banquet. Mike Milton (center) in windmill photo was named Outstanding Theatre student and Best Actor.  Katie Brown (in striped dress) was named Best Actress.

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May 24, 2007

 

MEDIA SPECIALISTS MEET AT CHIPOLA

           

            MARIANNA—Some 15 media specialists from area high school and middle schools attended the Second Annual Chipola Information Literacy Seminar. 

            Dr. Dan Latham and Dr. Michelle Gross of the FSU School of Information discussed using information literacy to prepare students for success in higher education.  The American Library Association defines information literacy as a set of abilities requiring individuals to recognize when information is needed and possessing the ability to locate, evaluate and use effectively the needed information.

            The seminars are designed to help improve the information-gathering skills of high school students to prepare them for post-secondary education and the workforce. The meeting also promotes cooperation between Chipola and local schools.

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MEDIA SPECIALISTS MEET AT CHIPOLA—Some 15 media specialists from area middle and high schools attended Chipola’s Second Annual Information Literacy Seminar.  Pictured from left, are: (back) Faye Cope, Chipley HS; Erika Dotson, Vernon HS; Mary Flowers, Liberty County HS; Lucy Etheridge, Holmes County HS; Wendy Eubanks, Blountstown Middle; Jan Whitcomb, Roulhac Middle; Christy English, Ponce de Leon HS; LuAnne Law, Marianna HS; Teresa Snell, Poplar Springs School; Winifred Waldorff, Altha School; Kyla Rushing, Bonifay Middle School; Renee Hopkins, Chipola; Charlene Merrifield, Marianna Middle; Linda Attaway, Carr School; Dr. Dan Latham, FSU; Merle Houston, Chipola; Tracy Cloud, Sneads HS; Jane Stephens, Chipola; and Dr. Michelle Gross, FSU.

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CHIPOLA HELPS SUNLAND—The Chipola College Cosmetology program recently donated hair-care products and supplies to Sunland Center.   Dawn Glover, volunteer service manager and Wanda Lisle.  Pictured from left, are Chipola cosmetology instructor Paige Vanderwerf, and Sunland representatives Dawn Glover and Wanda Lisle.

 

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May 24, 2007

SUMMER PROGRAMS SET AT CHIPOLA

 

MARIANNA—Chipola College will offer programs for children of all ages this summer.

Swimming lessons will be offered for ages four and up. Lessons are based on a combination of nationally-recognized methods. The following sessions are scheduled: Session 1: May 29–June 7; Session 2: June 18–28; Session 3: July 9-19; and Session 4: July 30-Aug. 9. Classes are available at 9 a.m., 10 a.m. or 7:00 p.m. Sessions are Monday through Thursday for two weeks of 45-minute lessons. Cost is $45 and pre-registration is required, with a $5 late registration fee. Infant and Preschool Swimming lessons for children 3 and under will meet June 11-14 and July 23-27 with classes available at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Cost is $30.  For information, call pool manager Rance Massengill at 718-2473. 

Chipola Baseball Coach Jeff Johnson will offer several camps.  A Skills Camp for ages 8-12 will meet June 4-7.  Cost is $75.  A Young Pitchers Camp for ages 8-12 will meet June 11-12.  Cost is $100.  A Pitching Camp for ages 13-18 will meet June 13-14.  Cost is $100.  A Young Hitters Camp for ages 8-12 will meet June 18-19.  Cost is $100.  A Hitting Camp for ages 13-18 will meet June 20-21.  Cost is $100.  All baseball camps meet from 9 a.m. to noon. Call 718-2237.   

Chipola Basketball coach David Lane will offer a Girls High School Team Camp, June 8 and 9, from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Cost is $250 per team.  For information, call 718-2234 or 209-0083. 

Chipola Basketball coach Greg Heiar will offer Boys Basketball Camps for two age groups, June 11-13. A camp for ages 7 to 11 meets from 9 a.m. to noon.  A camp for ages 12 to 15 meets from 1 to 4 p.m. Cost is $75. The Chipola coaching staff and players will help youngsters learn the fundamentals of basketball.  For information, call 718-2364 or 209-1010.

 

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May 24, 2007

GROUND WATER OUTREACH PROGRAM SET FOR AREA TEACHERS

MARIANNA—The Chipola Area Ground Water Outreach program invites all secondary science instructors to sign up for the LIFE curriculum professional development program.

An overview of the program is set for Wednesday, May 30, at Chipola College. A science curriculum learning activity is Thursday, May 31, at Florida Caverns Park.

Greg Ira from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is the instructor.

Professional development credit for one or both days is available through local school boards.  A small stipend is available for participants.

For information, call Vicki Mathis at 718-2290.

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May 24, 2007

CHIPOLA WINS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHP IN SOFTBALL

 

            PLANT CITY—The Chipola Lady Indians softball team captured the 2007 NJCAA Division I Softball National Championship with a 6-3 win over Northern Idaho, Saturday, May 19, in Plant City, FL.

            The Lady Indians scored three runs in the top of the third and added three more in the eighth to take the college’s first national championship in softball.

            Chipola scored three in the top of the third after Martina Landrum walked, stole 2nd, and was batted forward to home. Tiffany Harmon singled, stole 2nd, and was batted in to score. Christal Kotchman singled and scored.

            Northern Idaho tied the game at 3-3 in the bottom of the seventh.  In extra innings in the top of the 8th, Sara Lovestrand reached on an error, stole 2nd, and was batted forward to home. Cassie Lassiter reached on a bunt stole 2nd, and was batted home. Tori Fobb doubled, and was batted home. Carolyn Moore doubled for one RBI.

            Brittany Minton was the wining pitcher for the Lady Indians. She threw 1 and two-thirds innings. Cassie Lassiter threw four innings and Amber Weeks pitched 2 and one third innings.

            The Lady Indians only loss of the tournament came earlier in the day on Saturday to Northern Idaho, 5-4. It was Chipola’s only loss of the post-season. Chipola finished with a 57-6 record.

            Northern Idaho lost their opening game of the tournament and climbed out of the loser’s bracket to win seven straight.

            The Lady Indians helped make Florida history earlier this month when they won the FCCAA State Championship, one of four state titles Chipola won this season.

            Chipola’s only other national championship was in men’s golf in the 1960’s.

            Chipola began the national tournament with a 3-0 win over Crowder College (MO) in the first round on Thursday. The Lady Indians scored a 2-1 win over McLennan College Thursday. On Friday, Chipola scored a 3-0 win over Miami Dade and a 5-2 win over Eastern Arizona. The Lady Indians lost to Northern Idaho, 5-4, before rebounding to win the title game over Northern Idaho, 6-3.

            Chipola’s Tori Fobb was named tournament MVP along with four teammates named to the All Tournament team: Christal Kotchman, Martina Landrum, Cassie Lassiter and Brittany Minton. Chipola coach Belinda Hendrix was named coach of the tournament. 

            The Lady Indians entered the national tournament as the number one seed after spending more than two months on top of the NJCAA Softball poll and the FCCAA State poll.

            Box scores and stats from the national tourney are available at http://njcaa.fixedit.com/

            The Chipola website is www.chipola.edu

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May 24, 2007

 

CHIPOLA MEETS IOWA WESTERN IN BASEBALL NATIONAL TOURNEY

 

            MARIANNA—The Chipola College Indians will face Iowa Western Community College at 9 a.m. (EST), Saturday, May 26, in the NJCAA National Baseball Tournament in Grand Junction, Colorado.

            Games will be broadcast on WJAQ 100.9 FM and are available on the web at www.chipola.edu. The official site of the nation tournament is www.jucogj.org/.

            A win in the first round would give the Indians Sunday off and a spot in the 7:30 p.m. game on Monday, May 28. A loss would force Chipola into the 10 a.m. game on Sunday, May 27.  

            The championship game of the tournament is scheduled for Friday, June 1 at 7:30 p.m.; however, the game could be played as late as Saturday, June 2.

            The Chipola College Indians made history when they captured the Florida Junior College Baseball Championship Tuesday, May 8, with a 12-2 win over Central Florida.

            The baseball title put Chipola in the Florida record books as the only community college to win four state championships in a single season, in addition to titles in softball and men’s and women’s basketball. Chipola’s only other state baseball title came under coach Bobby Pierce in 1983.

            Several Chipola baseball players are among the best in the state.  Jesus Barroso and Brandon Street lead the Indians offense, each hitting .341 on the season. Street has 42 RBI’s in 51 games. A total of nine Indians are batting better than .300.

            Tom Hatcher leads the state in homeruns with 11 and is second on the state RBI list with 59. Trey Manz has six homers on the year. 

            Three Chipola hurlers are among the best in Florida. Kevin McCoy is 4-0 with 55 strikeouts and a 1.705 ERA. Drew Parker is 6-2 with 59 strikeouts and a 2.577 ERA. Ryan Chaffee (6-2) is number two in the state in strikeouts with 75 in 60 innings.

            The Indians’ two closers are in the state’s top 20. Daniel Jones is tenth in the state with four saves in 46 innings of work. Josh Storm is number 15 on the state saves list with four saves in 15 innings. 

            The Indians (36-17) are perfect in the post-season with four wins in the state tournament including a 12-2 win over Central Florida, a 6-4 win over Palm Beach and a pair of wins over Manatee, 4-3 and 7-6.

In 11 seasons at the helm of the Chipola baseball program, head coach Jeff Johnson has advanced to the state tournament seven times. The Indians finished second in the state tournament in 2005, 2002 and 2001, third in 1998, and among the top four in 2006.

Chipola has won the Panhandle Conference championship six times in the last seven years. Coach Johnson has guided more than 75 players on to professional baseball or to four-year college programs.

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May 31, 2007

APPLY NOW FOR CHIPOLA SUMMER SESSION II

 

MARIANNA—Application deadline is June 7 for new students planning to enroll in Summer Session II classes at Chipola College.

Registration for Summer II classes is Thursday, June 21. Classes begin Monday, June 25, with late registration continuing through noon on June 26.

Students who take at least one class during the summer term may register early for Fall 2007 classes.

College officials have revamped the Summer Schedule to provide more classes at more convenient times. Many evening courses and distance learning courses are available during the six week summer sessions.

Applications for Admission are available in the Admissions Office located in the Student Service Building or on-line at www.chipola.edu 

Chipola offers the Associate in Arts Degree, the Associate in Science Degree, Workforce Development programs and Bachelor of Science Degrees in Secondary and Middle School Education with majors in Math and Science.

Business majors are encouraged to contact the college for information on a new Bachelor’s of Applied Science degree in Business Management slated to begin in January of 2008. Application deadline for new students planning to enroll in summer classes is April 20.

The Summer Schedule is available online at www.chipola.edu.

For information, call 850- 718-2211.

 

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May 31, 2007

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES SET AT CHIPOLA

 

            MARIANNA—Chipola College will offer a variety of short courses in the coming weeks.

            A Observing & Recording Child Behavior course will meet Mondays and Wednesdays, June 25 through August 6 from 6 to 9:20 p.m.  Cost is $191.

            Chipola also offers custom workshops. The following are available: Eat That Frog: Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done; Whale Done: The Power of Positive Relationships; The Pygmalion Effect: Managing the Power of Expectations; Discussing Performance; The Attitude Virus: Curing Negativity in the Workplace; Team Building: What makes a Good Team Player?; and After All, You’re the Supervisor!

            Gatlin Education Services (GES) offers, open enrollment, online courses in: health care, internet graphics/web design, business, law and travel.  Register online at www.gatlineducation.com/chipola.

            Education To Go offers online programs in: computers, photography, languages, writing, entertainment, grant writing, business, sales, accounting, test prep, finance, health, child care, parenting, art, history, psychology, literature, statistics, philosophy, engineering, law and nursing. For dates and course outlines, visit www.ed2go.com/chipola .

            For information about any of these non-credit courses, call 850-718-2395.                                                                  

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CHIPOLA CORRECTIONS GRADS—Six candidates recently completed the Basic Corrections Academy at Chipola College. Graduates are, from left: (front) May Stanley of Marianna, Latoya Ardis of Quincy, Paul Hobbs of Marianna, (back) Eddie Nabors of Marianna, Kiwanis Nichols of Blountstown and Reginald Ford of Dothan.

 

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CHIPOLA STUDENTS BOUND FOR FSU/PC—Five Chipola College students recently won scholarships to the FSU Panama City campus. Pictured from left, are: FSU PC Director of Admissions and Records Renee Green, Kevin J. Fussell of Chipley, Hannah I. Gingerich of Blountstown, Courtney M. Kincaid of Bristol, Heather M. Morris of Cottondale, Donald L. Stanley of Blountstown, received FSU PC Transfer Scholarships; and Kevin C. Smith of Chipley, FSU PC Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship.

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CONTRACTORS JOIN CHIPOLA’S MASONRY PROGRAM—Chipola College officials met recently with local masonry contractors and their employees to discuss Chipola’s new Masonry Apprentice Program scheduled to begin in August. Several contractors and their employees have signed agreements to enter their employees in the apprentice training program.  Pictured from left, are: Chipola Workforce Dean Bud Riviere; William Surber, Surber Brothers; Jesse Barnes, Barnes Masonry; Leon Kelly, Dozier School; Melvin Dawson, Chipola Masonry Instructor; and Al Herndon, Florida Masonry Education Foundation. Not pictured are George Speers, Speers Masonry and Titus Bontrager, Bontrager Masonry.  For more information, call Bud Riviere at 718-2268. 

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May 31, 2007

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CHIPOLA AND PAEC HOST SCIENCE SEMINAR—Chipola College and Panhandle Area Educational Consortium hosted a recent seminar for area science teachers. The purpose was to expose rural teachers to current technology in order to increase rigor and relevance in middle and high school science classrooms. Pictured from left, are: (front) Anne Kennedy, Wakulla County; Teree Gayle, Taylor County; Polly Edmiston, Gulf County; Brenda Crouch, PAEC; Santine Cuccio, Chipola; (back) Denise Clayton, Hamilton County; Daphne Hill, Jefferson County; Helen Cortopassi, Franklin County; Rose Marie McHugh, Madison County; and Carson Ealy, Gadsden County.

 

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PUBLIC SERVICE BOOMING AT CHIPOLA—Jason Sutton, Robert Marino and instructor Charles Suggs practice a hold during a Defensive Tactics course at Chipola College. The college’s Public Service programs finished the Spring semester at full capacity with a total of 180 students enrolled in a Basic Corrections Academy, Basic Firefighting Academy and a Department of Juvenile Justice Academy. Several candidates also were enrolled in the college’s Out-of-state Equivalency program for Correctional and Law Enforcement Officers and a Recertification class for Florida Correctional and Law Enforcement Officers.  Day and evening programs are available. For information, call 850-718-2394.

 

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May 31, 2007

 

CHIPOLA PLAYS FRIDAY IN NATIONAL BASEBALL SEMI-FINALS

 

        GRAND JUNCTION, CO— The Chipola College baseball team is within two games of winning the college’s first national championship in baseball.

        Chipola will face Spartanburg Methodist for the second time in the tournament in a semi-final game of the NJCAA National Baseball Tournament, Friday, June 1, at 8:30 p.m. (CST). The game will air on WJAQ 100.9 FM and is available on the web at www.chipola.edu

The winner of the Friday game will advance to championship game scheduled for Saturday, June 2 at 3 p.m. (CST); however, the game could be played as late as 6:30 p.m.

The Indians are the only undefeated team remaining in the double-elimination tournament. Chipola outlasted Spartanburg 14-12 in the teams’ first round meeting on Monday. The Indians jumped out to an 8-0 lead in the top of the first and added a single run in nearly every inning. Spartanburg chipped away with a big five-run rally in the seventh and three more in the ninth, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Indians’ hot bats. Chipola was led by Logan Pierce at four for five on the day. Jesus Barroso was four for six. Tom Hatcher was three for five. Einar Atencio was two for four.

     Tyler Musselwhite earned the pitching win over Spartanburg Monday in five innings of work. Four other Indians—Kyle Regnault, Daniel Jones, Kevin McCoy and Drew Parker—pitched at least one inning for the Indians.

Chipola earned a spot in Friday’s semi-final a 7-6 win over Sac Jacinto (TX) College on Wednesday. The Indians got on the board first when Jesus Barroso singled, stole second and was knocked in by Brandon Street. Chipola added three in the sixth to go up 4-0 when Street tripled and Tom Hatcher hit a single. San Jacinto answered with three in the sixth to make it 4-3.

The Indians pushed the scored to 6-3 with a pair of runs in the seventh. San Jac pulled to within one with two in the eighth to make it 6-5. Chipola went up 7-5 in the eighth and held San Jac to one in the ninth to give the Indians the 7-6 win.

     Ryan Chaffee got the win with eight strikeouts in seven innings of work. Drew Parker finished the last two innings for Chipola.

     Chipola whipped Iowa Western College 11-5 Saturday on the first day of the tourney. The Indians scored five in the sixth after a two run homerun by Tom Hatcher. Hatcher hit another two-run homer in the top of the ninth to give Chipola the 11-5 advantage.

     The championship game of the tournament is scheduled for Saturday, June 2 at 3 p.m. (CST); however, the game could be played as late as 6:30 p.m.

     The official site of the national tournament is www.jucogj.org/.

 

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San Jacinto College vs Chipola College (May 30, 2007)



Box score (NCAA)

                             2007 JUCO World Series
                     San Jacinto College vs Chipola College
              May 30, 2007 at Grand Junction, CO (Suplizio Field)
 
San Jacinto College 6 (46-15,2-1)
 
Player                    AB  R  H RBI BB SO PO  A LOB
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Tanner Hines ss..........  5  0  2  0   0  1  2  0   0
Kris Miller lf...........  3  1  0  0   0  0  0  0   1
Brandon Belt dh..........  4  1  2  1   1  0  0  0   0
Eric Fry cf..............  4  0  0  0   1  3  4  0   2
Jeremy Barfield rf.......  3  0  0  0   1  0  2  0   0
 Tyler Dyer pr/rf........  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  0   0
Taylor Hammack 1b........  2  1  1  1   1  0  7  1   1
Trey Sperring 3b.........  3  0  0  0   1  2  2  0   1
Kyle Henson c............  4  1  0  0   0  2  7  2   2
Kevin Kelso 2b...........  2  0  0  0   0  2  0  4   0
 Quentin Luquette ph.....  1  1  1  3   0  0  0  0   0
 Zeke Zikeli 2b..........  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  0   0
 Nick Godre ph...........  1  1  1  0   0  0  0  0   0
Kevin Angelle p..........  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  2   0
 Chris Corrigan p........  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  0   0
 Garrett Clyde p.........  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  1   0
 Benino Praneda p........  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  0   0
Totals................... 32  6  7  5   5 10 24 10   7
 
Chipola College 7 (39-17,3-0)
 
Player                    AB  R  H RBI BB SO PO  A LOB
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Logan Pierce cf..........  3  1  1  0   2  1  0  0   0
Jesus Barroso ss.........  5  1  3  0   0  0  2  0   3
Brandon Street dh........  2  2  2  1   3  0  0  0   0
Tom Hatcher lf...........  5  1  1  1   0  2  2  0   0
Daniel Renfroe rf........  5  1  1  1   0  3  0  0   5
Trey Manz c..............  4  1  1  0   0  0 10  1   0
Einar Atencio 3b.........  4  0  2  1   0  0  1  4   0
Paul Gatchell 1b.........  3  0  1  1   1  1 10  0   0
Daniel Jones 2b..........  3  0  0  0   0  0  1  7   1
Ryan Chaffee p...........  0  0  0  0   0  0  1  1   0
 Drew Parker p...........  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  1   0
Totals................... 34  7 12  5   6  7 27 14  10
 
Score by Innings                    R  H  E
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San Jacinto College. 000 000 321 -  6  7  1
Chipola College..... 001 003 21X -  7 12  1
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E - Hammack(1); Barroso(1). LOB - Gators 7; Indians 10. 2B - Hammack(3);
Renfroe(1). 3B - Street(1). HR - Luquette(1). HBP - Miller; Jones. SH -
Miller(1). SF - Hammack(1). SB - Barroso(1); Street(1). CS - Hines(1);
Barroso(2); Manz(2); Gatchell(1).
 
San Jacinto College    IP  H  R ER BB SO AB BF
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Kevin Angelle.......  5.0  7  3  3  2  3 20 22
Chris Corrigan......  0.2  2  1  1  1  0  4  6
Garrett Clyde.......  1.2  3  3  3  2  2  8 10
Benino Praneda......  0.2  0  0  0  1  2  2  3
 
Chipola College        IP  H  R ER BB SO AB BF
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Ryan Chaffee........  7.0  6  5  5  4  8 26 31
Drew Parker.........  2.0  1  1  0  1  2  6  9
 
Win - Chaffee (1-0).  Loss - Angelle (0-1).  Save - Parker (2).
WP - Praneda(1). HBP - by Corrigan (Jones); by Chaffee (Miller).
Umpires - HP: Randy Upton  1B: Justin Lucas  2B: Clarence Coleman  3B: Jeff
Jenkins  Start: 7:30 PM   Time: 3:32   Attendance: 8688
Angelle faced 2 batters in the 6th.
Chaffee faced 3 batters in the 8th.
Game: JUCOGM15
 

Play-by-Play

                             2007 JUCO World Series
             San Jacinto College vs Chipola College - Play-by-Play
              May 30, 2007 at Grand Junction, CO (Suplizio Field)
 
 
Score by Innings                    R  H  E
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San Jacinto College. 000 000 321 -  6  7  1
Chipola College..... 001 003 21X -  7 12  1
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San Jacinto College starters: 11/ss Hines; 14/lf Miller; 12/dh Belt; 8/cf Fry; 42/rf
Barfield; 23/1b Hammack; 20/3b Sperring; 10/c Henson; 4/2b Kelso; 22/p Angelle;
Chipola College starters: 18/cf Pierce; 20/ss Barroso; 5/dh Street; 25/lf Hatcher;
11/rf Renfroe; 4/c Manz; 10/3b Atencio; 12/1b Gatchell; 13/2b Jones; 23/p Chaffee;
 
San Jacinto College 1st - Hines out at first 2b to p. Miller grounded out to
2b. Belt grounded out to p. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.
 
Chipola College 1st - Pierce singled through the left side. Barroso grounded
out to 2b; Pierce advanced to second. Street walked. Hatcher flied out to cf; Pierce
advanced to third. Street stole second. Renfroe struck out swinging. 0 runs, 1
hit, 0 errors, 2 LOB.
 
San Jacinto College 2nd - Fry struck out swinging. Barfield grounded out to
2b. Hammack walked. Sperring struck out swinging. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 1
LOB.
 
Chipola College 2nd - Manz flied out to cf to left center. Atencio grounded
out to p, bunt. Gatchell walked. Jones flied out to rf. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors,
1 LOB.
 
San Jacinto College 3rd - Henson grounded out to 3b. Kelso struck out
swinging. Hines singled to shortstop. Miller flied out to lf. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0
errors, 1 LOB.
 
Chipola College 3rd - Pierce struck out looking. Barroso singled to right
field. Barroso stole second. Street singled, advanced to second on the throw, RBI;
Barroso scored. Hatcher grounded out to 2b; Street advanced to third. Renfroe struck
out swinging. 1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB.
 
San Jacinto College 4th - Belt singled through the right side. Fry struck out
swinging. Barfield reached on a fielder's choice; Belt out at second 3b to 2b.
Hammack grounded out to 2b. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.
 
Chipola College 4th - Manz flied out to 3b. Atencio grounded out to 1b
unassisted. Gatchell singled to first base. Gatchell out at second c to ss, caught
stealing. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 LOB.
 
San Jacinto College 5th - Sperring struck out looking. Henson struck out
swinging. Kelso struck out swinging. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.
 
Chipola College 5th - Jones flied out to cf. Pierce flied out to cf. Barroso
singled to shortstop. Barroso out at second p to 1b to ss, caught stealing. 0
runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 LOB.
 
San Jacinto College 6th - Hines struck out swinging. Miller grounded out to
2b. Belt singled to shortstop. Fry popped up to 3b. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1
LOB.
 
Chipola College 6th - Street tripled to right center. Hatcher singled through
the left side, RBI; Street scored. Corrigan to p for Angelle. Renfroe flied out to
rf. Manz singled to left field; Hatcher advanced to second. Atencio singled to left
field, advanced to second on the throw, RBI; Manz advanced to third; Hatcher scored.
Gatchell grounded out to 2b, RBI; Atencio advanced to third; Manz scored. Jones hit
by pitch. Pierce walked; Jones advanced to second. Clyde to p for Corrigan. Barroso
grounded out to 2b. 3 runs, 4 hits, 0 errors, 3 LOB.
 
San Jacinto College 7th - Barfield grounded out to 3b. Hammack doubled to
right center. Sperring walked. Henson reached on a fielder's choice; Sperring out at
second 2b to ss; Hammack advanced to third. Luquette pinch hit for Kelso. Luquette
homered to right field, 3 RBI; Henson scored; Hammack scored. Hines singled through
the left side. Hines out at second c to ss, caught stealing. 3 runs, 3 hits, 0
errors, 0 LOB.
 
Chipola College 7th - Zikeli to 2b for Luquette. Street walked. Hatcher
struck out swinging. Renfroe doubled to left field, RBI; Street scored. Manz reached
on an error by 1b; Renfroe scored on the error. Atencio singled to pitcher; Manz
advanced to second. Gatchell struck out looking. Manz out at third c to 3b, caught
stealing. 2 runs, 2 hits, 1 error, 1 LOB.
 
San Jacinto College 8th - Miller hit by pitch. Belt walked; Miller advanced
to second. Fry walked; Belt advanced to second; Miller advanced to third. Parker to
p for Chaffee. Barfield walked; Fry advanced to second; Belt advanced to third;
Miller scored. Dyer pinch ran for Barfield. Hammack flied out to lf, SAC, RBI; Belt
scored. Sperring grounded out to p; Dyer advanced to second; Fry advanced to third.
Henson struck out swinging. 2 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.
 
Chipola College 8th - Dyer to rf. Jones grounded out to p. Pierce walked.
Barroso singled, bunt; Pierce advanced to second. Praneda to p for Clyde. Street
walked; Barroso advanced to second; Pierce advanced to third. Hatcher struck out
swinging. Street advanced to second on a wild pitch; Barroso advanced to third on a
wild pitch; Pierce scored on a wild pitch. Renfroe struck out swinging. 1 run, 1
hit, 0 errors, 2 LOB.
 
San Jacinto College 9th - Godre pinch hit for Zikeli. Godre singled to right
field. Hines reached on a fielder's choice; Godre advanced to second on an error by
ss. Miller grounded out to 3b, SAC, bunt; Hines advanced to second; Godre advanced
to third. Belt grounded out to 2b, RBI; Hines advanced to third; Godre scored,
unearned. Fry struck out swinging. 1 run, 1 hit, 1 error, 1 LOB.