Jamie Eagles – 10 – Pizza Winner!
Carol Vanetti, Hillary Statum,
Gage Thompson, James Creek – 70.
Westwood opened play in the Big Southeast Conference Tournament on Saturday with a 9 to 1 defeat of Liberty. Lexi Medley had a 2 run home run for the Lady Rockets and it would be all the runs Westwood would need as Raven Rogers got the win striking out 6 in 6 innings of play while allowing only 2 hits. Carlee Sullivan pitched 1 inning of scoreless relief striking out 2. Rogers finished 3 for 3 with 3 RBI, Medley was 2 for 4 with 4 RBI and Haley Miller was 2 for 2 with a double.
In the 2nd game, Westwood took on the #2 seeded Cascade. Westwood got on the board first as Rogers scored in the top of the first inning on a Byanka Woods RBI groundout, but Cascade led 6 to 3 going into the 7th inning. Rogers and Medley scored as Woods had another RBI but the rally fell short as the Rockets were dropped into the elimination bracket by a final score of 6 to 5. Rogers finished with 3 hits, Destiny Spaulding had 3 walks and Mikayla Reel added an RBI for the Lady Rockets.
In the final game of the night, in the elimination bracket, Westwood disposed of Fayetteville by a final of 11 to 6. Rogers was 3 for 4 again with 4 RBI while striking out 11. Lexi Medley and Kristen Wray were also 3 for 4 on the night while Destiny Spaulding was 2 for 3 with a walk.
The Westwood softball season came to a close on Sunday afternoon in the semifinals of the Big Southeast Conference Tournament at the hands of the regular season champions Community by a final score of 11 to 1. Raven Rogers, Destiny Spaulding, Alexia Barnes and Mikayla Reel each had hits for Westwood in the game. After the contest, Raven Rogers, Lexi Medley and Destiny Spaulding were named to the All-Conference team. The Lady Rockets finished the season with a record of 16 wins, 5 losses and 1 tie.
“BEST DAY EVER!” will be held April 5, 2014 from 12:00—4:00 PM at the Forrest Gallery Shopping Center Tullahoma, TN.
The Coffee County Anti-Drug Coalition event is designed to combat underage drinking and other types of substance abuse (i.e. tobacco, drugs, etc.).
There will be activities for everyone to enjoy plus lots of great information.
Come on out for a fun filled day of activities this Saturday. Thunder Radio will be broadcasting live from noon-2pm.
Please be patient and check back soon Thank you!
Last Thursday evening, the owner of Leland’s furniture and Home Décor on Main Street in Woodbury had a gunman come into his store to apparently rob him. Behind the gun was a 13-year-old would-be robber and owner Rickey Smotherman made a bold decision to try to wrestle the gun from the teen’s hands.
Smotherman says the struggle spilled out of his store and onto the sidewalk and that’s when the suspect fired and ran off up the street.
That 13-year-old boy, whose name has not been released, ran away at that point. He was arrested a short time later at a nearby park. He’s now charged with attempted murder and aggravated robbery.
Health officials in Coffee County are trying to figure out if something from an area event caused at least five people to become sickened with a mysterious rash over the last few weeks.
One person said “It was burning; it felt like my skin was just on fire.” The woman told WTVF-TV that the rash covered her from head to toe and even a high dose antibiotics weren’t working. Eventually she had to go to the emergency room.
State health officials say they are now looking into the cases.
Manchester Assistant Police Chief Adam Floied is joining a unique group of law enforcement officers. Floied will be leaving Saturday for a 10-week course of study at the FBI National Academy in Quintico, Virginia. The school is designed to teach management skills as well as the latest technology available to law enforcement. Capt. Frank Watkins of the sheriff’s department recently completed the school and is attending additional classes at the school on computer technology for law enforcement. A very excited Floied stated yesterday that he is looking for to attending the school.
This afternoon (Friday, Sept 7th) the Title Cash on Hillsboro Blvd. was robbed at gunpoint.
Police are looking for a young black male, thin in stature with a shaved head. Suspect is reported to be wearing a black T-shirt and long cut off shorts. He was last seen leaving in a small sedan.
If you have any information, please contact Manchester City Police at 728-2291.
The suspect is considered armed and dangerous. More details to follow as they become available.