Winning W’ridge gals
a couple strokes up
The team of Alice Peeples, Cheryl Brundige, Joyce Bell and Shelley Stout combined to win the weekly women’s scramble at Wynridge Greens in Troy Tuesday with a score of 4-under-par.
The foursome of Joanie Cavness, Pat Vincent, Beth Easterwood and Carlyne Wheatley earned second place with a 2-under total.
Wynridge Greens holds its weekly women’s scramble every Tuesday.
For more information, contact the course at 536-4653.
Local USTA league
now taking sign-ups
The local United States Tennis Association mixed doubles league season will soon be under way.
Registration is open for men and women interested in participating.
The league, which is open to men and women age 19 and older and those that will be 19 years of age this calendar year, is designed for all skill and age levels — beginner to advanced and senior (ages 50 and older).
The deadline to sign up for a team is July 1.
For further information, contact Bill Dahnke 885-0863 or Margie Smith 885-9730.
Reelfoot Bass tourney
slated for June 20th
The annual Big Bass Buddy Fishing Tournament is scheduled for June 20 on Reelfoot Lake.
Registration is currently under way with an entry fee cost set at $60 per team.
Fees (check or money order) can be sent to Reelfoot Lake Bass Club, P.O. Box 952, Union City, TN 38281.
Registration will also be taken the day of the event, but only those signing up before June 18 will be eligible in a drawing to win a pair of Costa Del Mar polarized sun glasses valued at $150.
The first prize team is guaranteed a $400 payback, while second place gets $250 and third place takes home $150.
For more information, contact Gordon Fox (daily until 5 p.m.) at 885-5541 or Rick Kelly (nightly until 9 p.m.) at 885-2029.
Titans agree to a deal
with safety Schommer
NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans have agreed to a deal with safety Nick Schommer, the first of the team’s 2009 draft picks to come to terms.
The team announced Tuesday that Schommer had agreed to a multiyear contract.
Tennessee selected Scho-mmer with its seventh-round selection out of North Dakota State University. The team chose 11 players this year.
BlueCross Bowl host
will be picked soon
MURFREESBORO (AP) — The state’s high school football championships have been in the same central location since 2000, but officials will meet this week to decide whether to continue to have the BlueCross Bowl in Murfreesboro.
The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association’s Board of Control meets Wednesday to decide among three cities to host the next three championship games.
The BlueCross Bowl has been held at Middle Tennessee State University’s Floyd Stadium, but Finley Stadium in Chattanooga and Tucker Stadium in Cookeville are also being considered.
Each city is required to give a monetary bid, which is a minimum of $231,000 per year to host the games. But TSSAA Executive Director Bernard Childress said the association also considers the facilities and whether there is adequate safety, parking and other features.