|8-under is enough |
for top ‘Pop’ team
Poplar Meadows Country Club held its weekly men’s scramble Wednesday with the winning team shooting 8-under par.
Members of the winning team included Matt Russell, Robert Huffstutter, Rick Smith, Bruce Culver, Rodger Tanner and Bart White.
Finishing in second at 7-under par was the team of Don Lyerly, John Hale, Phillip White, Mike Revell, Rob Jordan, Skipper White and Matt Sanner; and the team of Amos Davis, Sid Chappell, Jim Baker, Houston Haag and Tony Robinson.
The scramble, which is $10 for members and $15 for non-members, includes the 9-hole event and dinner afterward.
It begins at 5:30 p.m. each Wednesday and participants are encouraged to call the club by 5:15 each week. For more information, call 885-3650.
Powder puff football
slated for Central
Obion County Cen-tral’s HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) will be hosting its fifth annual powder puff football game tonight at 6 at Rebel Field.
All four high school classes will battle for the 2012 championship, with the winner of that competition to play the OCCHS alumni team, consisting of ladies from the Class of 1989 until last year.
A cheer team from each grade made up of guys will compete for the cheer championship.
Admission will be $5 and concessions will be provided.
The activities are annually part of homecoming week with OC scheduled to host Gibson County Friday night in the prep football game.
Title game floor
in UK locker room
LEXINGTON (AP) — Kentucky’s men’s basketball team, the 2012 NCAA champion, has a new floor for its renovated locker rooms — the center circle from the Superdome floor where the Wildcats won it all last spring.
Various parts of the floor will be used for decorations, but the Lex-ington Herald-Leader reports about half of it will be divided into pieces, signed by coach John Calipari and auctioned to raise money for pediatric cancer research.
Northwestern Mutual purchased the floor and donated it to UK. It arrived on Wednesday.
Dan Rivers of Northwestern Mutual says the auction could raise as much as $1 million.
Published in The Messenger 9.13.12