A scorecard playoff determined the victors in the weekly men’s scramble at Wynridge Greens in Troy Thursday evening.
Mason Storey, John Michael Green, Cameron Green, Henry Scott and Ethan Rudd teamed to shoot 10-under-par and win a scorecard playoff.
Meanwhile, the combination of Rodney Jones, Danny Arnold, Don Dills, Teddy Montgomery and Jason Montgomery also shot 10-under to finish in second.
Wynridge Greens holds its weekly men’s scramble every Thursday.
For more information, contact the course at 536-4653.
D’burg boys’ squad
again needing coach
Dyersburg High School is again in search of a head boys’ basketball coach.
Dion Real resigned his position at the helm of the boys’ program earlier this week.
It is the second time is the past two years that DHS will be looking for a head coach for the boys’ program.
Under Real this past season, the Trojans posted an 18-14 record, with the team finishing a win short of a sub-state berth.
No timetable has been set for DHS to fill the position.
Youth baseball camps
offered by Greyhounds
The Union City Greyhounds will be hosting a trio of youth baseball camps this summer.
The first camp is a fundamental skills camp for ages 7-12 and it will be held June 25-27.
There will also be a pair of camps for children ages 9-15.
The team’s advanced hitting and defense camp for the aforementioned age group is set for July 7-8 while an advanced pitching and catching camp is on tap for July 23-24.
Cost for attending the camps is $25 each or $45 for all three.
For more information, call 885-8838.
Lady in Pacman saga
found dead in Bronx
NEW YORK (AP) — A Bronx woman who was involved in a Las Vegas brawl that police say NFL star Adam “Pacman” Jones’ incited has been found dead.
Police say 26-year-old Sadia Morrison was found dead last week behind a Bronx building. Officers found her unresponsive with injuries consistent with a fall.
Morrison pleaded no contest to a felony battery charge last year in Las Vegas.
She was involved in a strip club melee that Las Vegas police say was incited by Jones, who pleaded no contest to a disorderly conduct charge.
Jones, traded from Tennessee to Dallas this year, missed all of the 2007 season while serving an NFL suspension that hasn’t yet been completely lifted.