Soddy Daisy's Sierrah Lemons, Who Excels At Volleyball Despite Losing Her Right Eye, Signs With LaGrange

Friday, February 8, 2019

Sierrah Lemons, who has excelled at volleyball despite losing her right eye to cancer, has signed to play volleyball at LaGrange College.

The Soddy Daisy High standout also plays for Georgia Adrenaline VBC and went to the national AAU finals at Disney World last June.

Sierrah lost her eye when she was three.

Despite her handicap, she had a number of scholarship offers.


Chattanooga Area Swim League

Chattanooga Lookouts Split Double Header With Montgomery Biscuits Saturday

PHOTOS: Lady Red Wolves Beat Nashville 1-0


CHATTANOOGA AREA SWIM LEAGUE STANDINGS BLUE DIVISION Ooltewah 3 0 Stuart Heights 2 1 Signal Mountain 2 1 Dalton 1 2 Catoosa 0 4 ... (click for more)

MONTGOMERY, Ala. - The Montgomery Biscuits (43-26) and Chattanooga Lookouts (36-32) split their doubleheader on Saturday night at Riverwalk Stadium. The double header makeup turned into a ... (click for more)


Sports

Chattanooga Area Swim League

CHATTANOOGA AREA SWIM LEAGUE STANDINGS BLUE DIVISION Ooltewah 3 0 Stuart Heights 2 1 Signal Mountain 2 1 Dalton 1 2 Catoosa 0 4 RED DIVISION Calhoun 3 0 Country Club 3 1 Fairyland 2 1 Cleveland 0 3 Red Bank 0 3 WHITE DIVISION Big Ridge ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Lookouts Split Double Header With Montgomery Biscuits Saturday

MONTGOMERY, Ala. - The Montgomery Biscuits (43-26) and Chattanooga Lookouts (36-32) split their doubleheader on Saturday night at Riverwalk Stadium. The double header makeup turned into a long first game and a much shorter game in the nightcap as the Lookouts win game one 10-4 in extra innings and lose under the lights 2-0. The Biscuits would match the Lookouts scoring run ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Smedley, Bankston Say They Are No Votes On Property Tax Increase

Two County Commission members on Monday told members of the Pachyderm Club that they are no votes on a property tax increase. Sabrena Smedley, who currently chairs the commission, said there are a number of unanswered questions about the school system, including how the latest test scores will turn out and how much in repairs the schools will face under a new study. She said ... (click for more)

Acquisition Expands Sequatchie Cave State Natural Area From 12 To 137 Acres

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) has acquired 125 acres in Marion County as an addition to the Sequatchie Cave State Natural Area, a step that will increase the size of the natural area by 1,000 percent. The state purchased the land from Drs. Jim and Sherry Turner of Hattiesburg, Miss., with transactional support and assistance from The Land ... (click for more)

Opinion

Earl Freudenberg: Remembering 3 Friends (Glenn Draper, Marshall Roberson And Betsy Anderson)

Waking up this Sunday morning (Father's Day), I learned of the passing of three friends who had an impact on my life - Glenn Draper, Marshall Roberson and Betsy Anderson. Glenn was a guest on my radio program many times. He and his musicians represented Chattanooga around the world. In the 50's, Glenn had a national weekly radio program on NBC. He recorded several dozen CD's ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: What The Indians Knew

‘Flea’ Chambliss, who was a hale-and-hearty friend for my entire life, died at the age of 81 last week and, when the funeral is held at Lookout Mountain’s Church of the Good Shepherd this coming Tuesday (3:30 p.m.), you can bet some glorious stories will be told. After all, ‘Flea’ was indeed a Chambliss – their family Bible proclaiming he was regally known as John Alexander Chambliss ... (click for more)