Tate, Navarre Honor Ashley McCullough; South Walton Tops Northview

April 1, 2017

Tate 4, Navarre 2

Friday night was about sportsmanship and the brotherhood of baseball as the  Tate High School Aggies and the Navarre Raiders honored Ashley McCullough.

Ashley, the wife of Tate pitching Coach Brett McCullough passed away suddenly and unexpectedly Tuesday.  The Aggies’ GoFundMe page for the family had raised over $17,000 as Friday night for Brett McCullough and the couple’s two-year old daughter Taylor. Click here to donate.

Catholic, West Florida, and Milton high schools have all donated to the family.

The Tate Aggies and Navarre Raiders stood as one family and posed for photos Friday night.  Later, on the field, Tate topped Navarre 4-2.

Logan McGuffey earned the win for Tate Aggies Varsity. He pitched five innings, surrendering two runs, eight hits, and striking out five.

Jesse Sherrill went 2-3 for Tate with a RBI. Also for Tate: Reid Halfacre 1-3, R; Logan Blackmon 1-3, 2B, R; Corben Young, R; Mason Land 2-3, 2B; Kyler Hultgen 1-2.

South Walton 4, Northview 2


One Response to “Tate, Navarre Honor Ashley McCullough; South Walton Tops Northview”

  1. Sonya Williamson on April 1st, 2017 5:14 pm

    There are no words that can describe what an honor it was to know Ashley McCollough. She was a great mother and wife. She was a good friend to all that knew her. She will be missed by many! The Tate Baseball community has been outstanding in their support of a great coach and mentor to these young men. God bless you all!!!

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