Serbin steps down
Thursday, August 31, 2017

The last 12 years of Hendersonville softball have been filled with district championships, region championships and sub-state tournament appearances. Captaining that ship since 2013 was head coach Jeff Serbin. A man that truly loves the game, and loves Hendersonville High School, has decided to resign and take the same position at Centennial High School.

"I have been driving for 12 years over 45 minutes and this past year we moved to Arrington, Tennessee," Serbin said in an email. "My commute now is over an hour and it has worn my family and I out, especially during the season. I will start at Centennial when my replacement is found here."

This decision was clearly not an easy one for Serbin as he wears the black and gold with pride and will always consider himself a Commando.

"Hendersonville means the world to me," he stated. "The relationships I have formed have made this a very hard decision. Andy Griffin and Mr. Shelton (Hendersonville principal) gave me an opportunity to come to HHS and coach. I have some of the best mentors in coach Griffin, coach Hatfield, coach Plummer, and coach Hendrix. They, along with others, have been so great to me and those relationships I will miss."

Serbin will leave Hendersonville with 134 wins to his name - the best winning percentage in Lady Commando history (64 percent).

"We can remember the wins and losses to a certain point, but it's the coach's trips, the team trips that we remember the most," he said. "We had some outstanding athletes come through here in my 12 years. Many have gone on to play college ball and have become some great people in our society - that's what makes me proud most."

Even though he is leaving Hendersonville for another program, Serbin will always be a Commando.

"Hendersonville is a wonderful place with great kids, faculty, and administration," he said. "I will miss Hendersonville. It is the best school in Sumner County. As we tell our kids that are graduating, once a Commando always a Commando."

Serbin appears eager to begin this new chapter in his life.

"I am excited for the challenge to rebuild a softball program which has had four coaches in four years," he said. "We will work hard and get the program where it needs to be."

Arreaga, Anabelle
Anabelle Arreaga

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2019 Hendersonville Lady Commando Varsity  vs  Station Camp JV/V

2019 Schedule
2/23 Lady Commando Play Day Home L 0-0
3/2 Soddy Daisy Playday Away -
3/6 Black and Gold Game Home W 8-7
3/12 Wilson Central JV/V Home L 0-14
3/15 BGA(Commando Classic) Home W 10-4
3/15 Spring Hill (Commando Classic) Away W 4-4
3/16 White House ( Commando Classic) Away L 0-0
3/16 Portland (Commando Classic) Away L 3-4
3/18 Smyrna JV/V Away L 0-0
3/19 Mount Juliet JV/V Home L 0-0
3/21 Portland JV/V Away L 0-0
3/25 Cullman Al, Gulf Coast Tournament Away W 10-9
3/25 Minor Gulf Coast Tournament Home W 16-5
3/26 Mortimer Jordan AL,Gulf Coast Tournament Away L 2-4
3/26 Homewood AL, Gulf Coast Tournament Home W 8-7
3/27 John Carroll, AL Home L 4-8
4/1 Friendship Christian (Varsity Only) Home L 1-12
4/2 Gallatin JV/V Home L 1-15
4/3 Beech JV/V Away L 2-17
4/5 Ravenwood (Brentwood Tournament) Home W 6-1
4/5 Lawrence Co (Brentwood Tournament) Away L 9-10
4/6 Goodpasture (Brentwood Tournament) Away L 7-12
4/6 Lawrence Co (Brentwood Tourney) Away L 0-7
4/10 Lebanon JV/V Home L 9-19
4/11 Mount Juliet JV/V Away L 0-10
4/15 Gallatin JV/V Away L 5-21
4/16 Portland JV/V Home L 11-21
4/17 Friendship Christian at Trevecca Away -
4/18 Wilson Central JV/V Away -
4/23 Station Camp JV/V Away -
4/24 Station Camp JV/V Home -
4/26 Collierville ( Griffin Tournament) Away -
4/26 Nolensville (Griffin Tournament) Home -
4/30 Beech JV/V Home -
5/1 Smyrna (Senior Night) JV/V Home -
5/2 Lebanon JV/V Away -
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Beech 5 3
Gallatin 4 5
Lebanon 4 4
Mt. Juliet 9 0
Portland 3 5
Station Camp 2 5
Wilson Central 6 2
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