Griffith, Javadi, Carter, Vaughn Take 2014 Chattanooga Women’s City Championship Wins

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Championship Medalist Samantha Griffith cruised to a 6&5 victory over Pam Austin during the quarterfinals in match play of the 2014 Chattanooga Women’s City Championship Tuesday. 

Natalie Javadi had an impressive 5&4 win over #3 seed Phyllis Loftsgard.  In playing 2 over par golf, Baylor golfer Natalie said, “I drove it perfectly all day and made a few putts because I got used to the greens."

In other Championship Flight matches, #2 seed Rachel Rebne battled a balky putter in losing to Linda Carter.      #4 Kathy Vaughn won a 6&5 decision over Hazel Davis.

 In the Senior Division, Susan Thurman took the first round lead with an 84.  The seniors complete play on Thursday.

 Wednesday’s Semifinal Tee Times

Championship Flight

8:00 am                (1)Samantha Griffith vs (4) Kathy Vaughn

8:09 am                (6)Natali Javadi vs (7) Linda Carter

 

First Flight

8:18 am                (1) Carlene Ryon vs (4) Lynn McGee

8:27 am                (2) Nancy Logue vs (3) Patty Donahoo

 

Second Flight

8:36 am                (1) Cassandra Godbold vs (5) Lynn Heck

8:45 am                (2) Lesley Dunn vs (3)Sharon Powell

 

Third Flight

8:54 am                (1) Pam Jones vs (4) Edwina Montgomery

9:03 am                (2) Evelyn Williams vs (3) Brittany Marcum

 



Dalton State Women 5 Back After 1st Round Of Georgetown Invitational

Dalton State got off to a great start on Monday, firing a (+26, 314) in the first round of the Georgetown College Invitational at Slammer and Squire Course in St. Augustine, Fla. They sit in a tie for second with #15 Southeastern (Fla.), trailing leader and #6-ranked South Carolina-Beaufort, (+21, 309) by five strokes. Rounding out the Top-5 are Rhodes College, (+32, 320), ... (click for more)

Dalton State Sits In 2nd After First Round Of Georgetown Invitational

Dalton State shook off the winter rust firing a (+1, 289) to sit in second place after the first round of the Georgetown College Invitational at Slammer & Squire Course in St. Augustine, Fla. on Monday. #5-ranked Coastal Georgia leads after shooting (-9, 279). #16 Southeastern (Fla.), (+2, 290), is in third, followed by #22 William Carey (Miss.), (+9, 297) in fourth. Webber ... (click for more)

Hazelwood Ordered Confined To His Home Until Sentencing In Chattanooga On June 27; Defense Renews Objection To Release Of "Incendiary" Racist Tapes

A federal magistrate in Knoxville has ordered former Pilot Travel Centers president Mark Hazelwood confined to his home pending sentencing in Chattanooga on June 27 on three felony convictions. The confinement at his Knoxville home is to be on a 24-hour basis except for medical needs. Federal Magistrate Judge Bruce Guyton also ordered Hazelwood, who made over $27 million his ... (click for more)

HCDE Transition Team Member Announces Candidacy For District 2 County Commission Seat

A longtime public education champion with a background in both public and private enterprise has announced she is seeking the seat of retiring District 2 Hamilton County Commissioner Jim Fields. Elizabeth Baker, a Signal Mountain resident and member of the transition team appointed last year by Dr. Bryan Johnson, Hamilton County School Superintendent, said she is committed ... (click for more)

TIF Proposal Fails Straight Face Test

Mayor Berke has put the City Council in an unenviable position. The Council will be asked to vote Tuesday on whether to use tax increment financing (TIF) to pay for a one-block extension of M.L. King Boulevard to the Riverwalk.  Accountability for Taxpayer Money supports the road extension concept and understands its timing. However, we strongly oppose using TIF future property ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Arm Our Teachers Now

There are three distinct reasons that Grady Judd, the sheriff of Polk County, Fla., is one of the top law enforcement officers in the country. Just last week he was named as president of the Major-Cities Sheriff’s Association -- he’s that good. Also last week he begged America to arm itself, rigid in his belief the best way to stop school shootings and other mass incidents is by ... (click for more)