TCHS names new softball coach; TCMS ends successful season
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
Oct 03, 2012 | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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Trigg County Middle School’s softball team honored its eighth graders last week – Gracie Dixon, Arianna Brown, Reagan Melton, Addison Rogers and Ashley Messmer.</i>
Joy Colbert/submitted

Trigg County Middle School’s softball team honored its eighth graders last week – Gracie Dixon, Arianna Brown, Reagan Melton, Addison Rogers and Ashley Messmer.

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Ashley Campbell has been hired as Trigg County High School’s new softball head coach. It was announced on Tuesday, a week after Trigg’s middle school team finished a solid 5-8-1 season.

Campbell, who joined the TCHS teaching staff this year, is a 2012 graduate of Murray State University and lives in Murray with her husband Matt Forrest, who serves as MSU’s director of football operations/offensive quality control.

Campbell is a 2007 graduate of Elmore County High School in Eclectic, Ala., a town she said shares similarities with Cadiz.

“It’s not a culture shock at all,” Campbell said. “I’m from a town in south Alabama that has one red light. My high school had around 450 students when I graduated and my senior class had 120, so this is actually just a little bigger.”

Campbell said she can’t guarantee a certain win-loss margin but can guarantee that “I will give my all for the girls,” a work ethic she expects to see mirrored by her players.

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