Winners are listed for the opening rounds of the Southern Open Badminton Championship.
It is being held at Maclellan Gym.
Legend: MS=Men's Singles,MD=Men's Doubles,WS=Women's Singles,WD=Women's Doubles,XD=Mixed Doubles
Click here to see the results.
April 18, 2015
Lookouts starting pitcher Greg Peavey got roughed up badly in the first three innings of Saturday's double-header. He gave up 11 runs (10 earned) in 2 2/3 innings on 14 hits. The Chattanooga ... (click for more)
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On Senior Day, visiting Huntingdon spoiled the day by taking both games of a doubleheader from the Covenant baseball team. The Scots dropped game one 5-4 before falling 12-5 in the finale. ... (click for more)
Lookouts starting pitcher Greg Peavey got roughed up badly in the first three innings of Saturday's double-header. He gave up 11 runs (10 earned) in 2 2/3 innings on 14 hits. The Chattanooga bullpen shut down the Barons the rest of the way but by then the game was over as Montgomery won 11-5. Recap of game one Box ... (click for more)
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Prominent Chattanooga business, civic leader and philanthropist Scotty Probasco has died at the age of 86. Scotty, as he was affectionately greeted by most of Chattanooga, was known for his modesty, generosity, dependability, and unswerving loyalty. “Great work” was always on the tip of his tongue – a manifestation of his joyous humility. He was a man of high ideals, of kind ... (click for more)
Chattanooga firefighters in Lookout Valley were sent out Friday night to investigate reports of a strange odor in the area. The firefighters searched the area, but never found the source of the odor. John Schultz, an investigator with the Air Pollution Control Bureau, was also out Friday night and eventually tracked the source of the odor to a business, the Chattanooga ... (click for more)
Time Magazine has it right. Not only is Chattanooga’s own U.S. Senator Bob Corker one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World,” but he is probably now the most prominent leader in the history of our city. At a time of extreme frustration with Washington and Congress in general, Bob continues to rise above the division and rancor to build consensus and solve ... (click for more)
Years ago I was lucky enough to be the seatmate of Scotty Probasco on an airplane bound for somewhere and he taught me a word that has helped me be a much better person than I ever thought I could. We were already swell friends, since he’d watched me grow up at First Presbyterian Church every Sunday with his kids, and he liked some of the stuff I tried to write back then. So ... (click for more)