Thursday, July 14, 2011

Younger Insell brings big Battle on the Boro Tourney

As if Tom Insell doesn't have enough on his plate this week as director of the Battle in the 'Boro, the largest girls basketball travel team tournament in the country, he's about to have a new addition to the family.

Any day, wife Sarah is due to give birth to their second child. And he's also coaching Tennessee Flight Silver, the second-ranked team in the country and a tournament favorite.

"What else can I find to do this week?" asked Insell, the son of MTSU women's basketball coach Rick Insell and head girls basketball coach at Franklin County High School in Winchester.

"I'm just trying to get through these next four days," he added. "(The tournament) is just mass chaos, but it is controlled chaos."

What was started seven years ago as a 30-team tournament has mushroomed to feature a 280-team field that will play on 26 courts through Saturday spread through the MTSU Rec Center, Blackman High, Blackman Middle, Middle Tennessee Christian, Central Magnet, Oakland High and Smyrna High.

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