Thunder prevails, braces for final homestand   

from staff reports
  The Tennessee Thunder of the Southern Collegiate Baseball League won Tuesday evening to improve their record to 21-7. The victory came over the Asheville (N.C.) Redbirds by the score of 18-5.
  This weekend will be the final set of doubleheaders for Tennessee at Milligan College. Friday evening, Lenoir (N.C.) visits while Huntersville (N.C.) comes on Saturday. Both doubleheaders begin at 5 PM.
  The Thunder was well represented at the SCBL All-Star Game Wednesday evening in Spartanburg, S.C. Dustin Price (Milligan College) started at third base and went 2-for-2 with a double and single.
  Tyler Belcher (Old Dominion University) caught the middle of the game, and he had a triple and RBI at the plate. Andrew Belcher (King College) started at first base and placed second in the SCBL Home-Run Derby.
  Brian Lovett (Tusculum College) started in the outfield and Aaron Porter played the second half of the game at second base. Both Michael Bauer (East Tennessee State University) and Danny McCreedy (King College) each pitched one perfect inning on the mound.
  The South Division defeated the North Division 5-4 in 10 innings.