Messenger Sports Briefs for July 2

Messenger Sports Briefs for July 2
Briefly

Ladies scramble
decided by a shot

Shelly Stout, Theresa Harbor, Teresa Scott and Deedy Thomason combined to take first place with a score of 4-under-par in the weekly women’s scramble at Wynridge Greens in Troy Tuesday evening.
Beverly Rice, Caroline McGaugh, Amanda McGaugh, Laura Higdon and Leeann Cheatham finished in second place with a final score of 3-under.
Wynridge Greens holds its weekly women’s scramble every Tuesday evening.
For more information, contact the course at 536-4653.

Renfroe era at TCA
could end prematurely

The era of the Renfroe sisters’ softball dominance at Trinity Christian Academy may be coming to a premature end.
The siblings — Ivy, Ellen and Anna — could be bound for Nashville as their father, Marty, has been offered a job teaching chemistry at Ravenwood High School, according to multiple media reports.
Renfroe, the father, had lost his job teaching at TCA and joined the faculty at Liberty in Jackson this past school year, where he has yet to resign.
Ivy, who will be a senior this season, and Ellen, an incoming junior, helped TCA to the finals of the Class A state championship.
Prior to this year’s loss in the state finals, the Lady Lions had won back-to-back Class A championships.
Meanwhile, Anna, who was an eighth-grader this past season, made the varsity team during the recently completed campaign.
The two older Renfroe girls have already verbally comitted to play collegiately at Tennessee.

’Hounds get to relax;
Tradewater takes 1st

The Union City Greyhounds’ savored the evening off Tuesday in preparation for a seven-game homestand.
The ’Hounds will also have tonight off before they begin a two-game set with the Fulton Railroaders Thursday evening at 7:05.
However, four other Kitty League teams took to the diamond Tuesday evening and the final results forced a change at the top of the standings.
Tradewater, an 11-4 winner over Marion Tuesday, overtook the Railroaders, who lost 4-0 at Owensboro.
The loss broke Fulton’s eight-game winning streak.

Titans’ controller
promoted to VP post

NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans have promoted Jenneen Kaufman to vice president and controller.
Kaufman had been controller since 1998 when she joined the team.
She becomes the Titans’ second highest-ranking female executive after Nancy Adams, owner and vice chairman of the board.
Kaufman, a native of Knoxville, formerly worked for the American Cancer Society and Arthur Andersen LLP.

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