Michael Rios is a sports photographer at Clarksvillesportsnetwork.com. He spent his youth on the ball field which led to his love of sports photography. In addition to being a photographer Michael is a firefighter with Clarksville Fire Rescue. In his free time he can be found at the softball field with his wife and three daughters.
Michael Rios's Articles:
Clarksville, TN – Today, September 2nd, 2015 around 10:00am, a Ford Explorer hit a semi right in the saddlebag gas tank in the area of Riners Furniture and Grandpas on Fort Campbell Boulevard.
It was full of diesel fuel (150 gallons) and it was leaking fast. Clarksville Fire Rescue worked fast to dike the fuel from going into the sewer system.
The leak was stopped.
Warner Robins, GA – Clarksville National lost a heart breaker 8-4, to Virginia, the defending Southeast Regional Champions in Warner Robins, GA today.
This loss moves the Clarksville softball team to the loser’s bracket.
Madisen Blackwell started on the mound for Clarksville National and pitched the entire game, taking the loss.
Warner Robins, Ga – In a game for the record books, one of the longest ever played at the Southeast Regionals, Clarksville National played a defensive thriller at the Little League Southeast Regionals Friday against a Pioneer, GA team 3-2 in ten innings.
The game started one hour late due to a rain delay.
In the first inning Georgia was up first. Tennessee’s defense played lights out with two highlight plays by #6 Molly Goins at 2nd base. She had an over the shoulder catch and then came back and threw a girl out at first from her knees.
This was their first game in the tournament.
West Virginia came out and scored in the first inning on a Tennessee error.
Madison Haught hit a double in the second to score Madison Rios to tie it up.
Clarksville, TN – On Friday, March 29th, five new firefighters were sworn by Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan during a short ceremony at City Hall. The five new firefighters who took the oath to protect and serve the residents of the City of Clarksville were Garrett Hogan, Tim Joyner, Cole McWhirter, Brandon Powers and Matt Cunninghan. Their family and friends were on hand to witness the ceremony.
These five new recruits went through intensive testing to make sure they were the right applicants for the job.
Clarksville, TN – The Kenwood High School lobby was crowded with family and friends of Maleek Hall Wednesday morning, as he signed his letter of intent to play football for Tennessee Tech of the Ohio Valley Conference.
Hall had a superb senior season, rushing for 1506 yards and 21 touchdowns.
Clarksville, TN – Thursday night at New Providence Middle School there were two District Basketball Champions crowned.
In the girls championship game – Richview Middle School played a grueling basketball game against Rossview Middle School winning by one point in overtime. The Cowboys battled back and forth with the Hawks in a close game with a final score of 51-50.
Clarksville, TN – On Saturday, December 1st, 2012 downtown Clarksville was packed with over 429 runners adorned in Christmas themed outfits for the fourth annual Jingle Bell Jog. The City of Clarksville and Run for a Reason founded by Eddie Ferrell and Casey Jenkins hosted a one mile fun run and a 5k to raise money for a local charity.
This year all proceeds are going to The Food Initiative. The Food Initiative is a non-profit organization that hires high school students from Montgomery County and Fort Campbell to plant and harvest food for local organizations.
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