finish at 10-under
The victors in the weekly men’s scramble at Wynridge Greens shot a 10-under in Troy Thursday evening.
Bobby Larue, Danny Carpenter, Collin Carpenter, Haskins Ridens and Jeremy Williamson combined for the winning score.
Meanwhile, the combination of Keith Gilliam, Winky Faulkner, Ray Swift, Robert Huffstutter and Russ Hammonds shot 9-under to finish in second.
Wynridge Greens holds its weekly men’s scramble every Thursday.
For more information, contact the course at 536-4653.
to be at golf course
UT Martin’s Skyhawk Club will be holding a “Kick-Off Golf Tournament” July 31 at Persimmon Hills Golf Course in Sharon.
Registration and lunch for the event will begin at noon with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.
The event will be a four-person scramble with prizes awarded to the top three finishing teams, closest to the pin, longest drive and multiple hole-in-one prizes.
Entry fee is $70, which includes the greens fee, golf cart, deli buffet for lunch, beverage cart, catered dinner, two mulligans and more.
A reception and dinner with the UT Martin coaching staff and members of the athletic department is set to follow.
For more information, contact Robin Munkel at 881-7664 or via email at email@example.com.
UC walks off losers
after 13th inning HR
Tradewater Pirates’ rightfielder Bo Bell knocked a three-run walk-off home run in the bottom of the 13th inning to lift his team over the Union City Greyhounds 6-3 on Thursday.
Bell’s blast came off Patrick Schatz, who up until that point had been great in relief of Drew Hayes.
Schatz pitched 61/3 innings with six strikeouts in relief of the McKenzie native and Vanderbilt product.
Meanwhile, Hayes struck out nine in the first six innings before his exit from the game.
At the plate, UC second baseman Cam Strang was 2-for-6 during the loss, while Ace Williams and Ryan O’Gara each had one ribbie.
The Greyhounds return to action this evening and Saturday at Tradewater.
President Bush hosts
national champ UT
KNOXVILLE (AP) — Winning an NCAA title comes with a bonus: meeting the president.
The national champion Tennessee Lady Volunteers were honored at a ceremony at the White House on Tuesday, where they shook hands and took photos with President Bush for the second time in as many years.
Bush acknowledged how hard it is to win a championship and said it was even more impressive to have a repeat performance.
The Lady Vols clinched the NCAA title in April with a 64-48 victory over Stanford. They were one of 20 championship teams from 13 states recognized during Tuesday’s ceremony.
The title was Tennessee’s eighth, and coach Pat Summitt has traveled with players to Washington to meet every president since Ronald Reagan.
Alberta Auguste presented the president with a basketball signed by the team members, two baseball caps and a windbreaker for first lady Laura Bush.
Four departed players — Candace Parker, Nicky Anosike, Shannon Bobbitt and Alexis Hornbuckle — were unable to attend the festivities because of WNBA games.