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

 


Photo Gallery: UTC Women Upset Stanford Wednesday, 54-46

Showing poise down the stretch, the Mocs did not let this game slip away. Instead, they took the challenge from the highly rated Stanford team and beat back the Cardinals with a 54-46 win. (click for more)

Lady Vols Survive Wichita State, 54-51

Cierra Burdick  posted a double-double with 10 points and a career-high 17 rebounds,  Isabelle Harrison  scored 14 points and the No. 11/13 Lady Vols held on for a 54-51 win over Wichita State  on Tuesday  at Thompson-Boling Arena. Tennessee (8-2) survived the night on Burdick's rebounding and Harrison's play in the paint. Wichita State (6-3) put ... (click for more)

Erlanger To Proceed With Manager Bonuses In 2 Steps; Considering Employee Performance Incentive Plan

Erlanger President and CEO Kevin Spiegel said Wednesday night that the hospital plans to proceed with $1.7 million in manager bonuses in two steps. Current participants in the incentive program will receive 50 percent of the approved 2014 performance plan this month. The remaining 50 percent will be paid to the management group in July 2015. At the same time, Mr. Spiegel ... (click for more)

Man Shot In Chattanooga On Wednesday Afternoon

Chattanooga Police said a man was shot Wednesday afternoon. At approximately 3:16 p.m., Chattanooga Police responded to a local hospital for a person shot. P olice were advised that a male victim arrived suffering from a non-life threatening gunshot wound. O fficers are attempting to locate a crime scene at this time. Chattanooga Police ask anyone with ... (click for more)

A Letter To The NAACP

I believe when a "unarmed" man is evil, he will try to beat a police officer on his head in hopes to knock him out, in hopes to kill him. We saw the bruises on the officer's face.  This evil force tried to take his gun away from him , Proof was in the autopsy.  Why did Michael Brown  try to take his gun away from him? Exactly, to kill the officer.  ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Advice: Just Be Normal

Matthew Kerlin, by his own admission, claims to be just a normal guy. But I am of the opinion, after reading his speech following Samford University’s Winter Commencement exercises, that the university’s Assistant Dean for Spiritual Life is a bit more than that. Dr. Kerlin knows college kids well and his advice to the most recent flock of America’s graduates resonates with brilliance. ... (click for more)