Griffith, Carter To Play For Title Of Chattanooga Women’s City Championship

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

#1 Seed Samantha Griffith played even par golf to edge Kathy Vaughn 3 & 2 in the Championship Flight of the Chattanooga Women’s City on Wednesday. 

She will play Linda Carter on Thursday for the championship. 

Ms. Carter defeated Natali Javadi 3 & 2. 

The match of the day paired Council Fire members Carlene Ryon and Lynn McGee in the First Flight.  Ryon won on the 20th hole after being dormie through 16.

Thursday’s Final Tee Times

Championship Flight

9:52 am                              (1) Samantha Griffith vs (7) Linda Carter

First Flight

9:44 am                              (1) Carlene Ryon vs (2) Nancy Logue

 

Second Flight

9:36 am                              (1) Cassandra Godbold vs (3) Sharon Powell

 

Third Flight

9:28 am                              (1) Patty Jones vs (2) Evelyn Williams

 

Optional Handicap Tournament

8:00 am                              Jeanie Reedy      Lynn Heck

8:08 am                              Rosalie Basten   Kate Gerbitz

8:16 am                              Karen Martin      Barb Monaghan

8:24 am                              Hazel Davis         Kathy Vaughn

8:32 am                              Rachel Rebne     Debbie Durham

 

Senior Division

8:40 am                              Joyce Heathcoat               Susan Johnson                   Maggie Massey

8:48 am                              Bonnie Hamilton               Pam Schulman

8:56 am                              Lynn Holland                      Eleanor Mitchell               Diane Dycus

9:04 am                              Anna Cunningham            Kandy Berke                       DeeDee Raulston

9:12 am                              Susan Thurman                 Pat Wilson                          Susan Kaplan

 

 

 


Lee Signs Glenn And Spurling To Fly Fishing Team

Lee University signed Noland Glenn and Cassie Spurling to its fly fishing team. Family, friends, fellow team members, and mentors gathered in the Walker Arena in support of the newest additions to the Lee University Anglers.  “We are excited about Noland and Cassie joining our team,” said Dr. Guy DeLoach, Lee Anglers coach and associate professor of business. “They will ... (click for more)

Gilliland Low Pro At Council Fire

Hunt Gilliland shot 74 Monday and took low-pro honors at the Chattanooga Chapter TN PGA Pro-Am Results at tCouncil Fire. Individual Results: Low Professional: 1st: (74) Hunt Gilliland                               T2nd: (75) Tad Holley & Brandon Arnold  Professional Skins: Nathan ... (click for more)

State Says "Beef" Between 2 Bloods Gangs Started Over A Female And Led Eventually To Shootings At College Hill Courts

The state presented testimony on Monday about a feud between two Bloods gangs that allegedly eventually led to a 16-year-old shooting up a unit at College Hill Courts - killing one woman, injuring another, leaving a child paralyzed and injuring a member of the other Bloods gang. A city police gang expert said the bitter rift between the Athens Park Bloods based on the Southside ... (click for more)

Walker County To Raise Water, Sewer Rates To Improve Aging Infrastructure

 The board of directors for the Walker County Water & Sewerage Authority (WCWSA) has granted approval for the utility to move forward with a base rate increase to address aging infrastructure concerns.   Starting this summer, WCWSA will begin replacing older galvanized pipe. These older water mains will be upgraded from two-inch galvanized pipe to six-inch high-pressure ... (click for more)

Slaxxon Regret - And Response

Back in the seventies my three oldest brothers had a buddy named Steve Slack. “Slack” was a star soccer player at Baylor and he grew up on Lookout Mountain, which is where I grew up. He and Jimmy, Henry and Bill went to the University of Virginia where they were roommates in an old, beat up house that was painted pink. Naturally, the place became known as the “Pink Palace” but lest ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Oh Yes, I Loved West

One of my most beloved friends died early Saturday morning at the age of 67. Then again, West Oehmig’s only brother – King – died a couple of years ago at 63 so it wasn’t by happenstance I remembered Abraham Lincoln’s famous line: “In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count, it’s the life in your years.” Here are two brothers who lived larger than any other pair I can ... (click for more)