|Posted: Wednesday, July 18, 2012 7:00 pm
The Wynridge Ladies Scramble went to the scorecards to determine a winner of Tuesday night’s event.
The top two teams finished with a 4-under with the foursome of Joyce Bell, LeAnn Gantt, Cathy Hall and Beverly Yates taking the win.
Finishing second was the team of Kathy Barker, Dino Nerren, Sandra Davis and Jacque Lethcoe.
Titans’ Britt healing
from knee surgery
NASHVILLE (AP) — Titans receiver Kenny Britt is recovering from his second arthroscopic surgery since May on his knees, the latest on his left.
He had surgery on the right knee when he tore his ACL and MCL last September.
The Titans confirmed Tuesday that Britt had surgery after the team’s minicamp ended in late June. The Tennessean cited sources that Britt had swelling in his left knee.
Britt had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee in May because of swelling, though he was running at the end of the Titans’ offseason program.
Britt had 17 catches for 289 yards and three touchdowns before hurting his right knee against Denver. He has 101 catches for 1,765 yards and 15 touchdowns in 31 career games.
Tennessee drafted receiver Kendall Wright of Baylor at No. 20 in April.
Sentence is 29 years
in MTSU murder case
MURFREESBORO (AP) — A Memphis woman has been sentenced to 29 years in prison for fatally stabbing a Middle Tennessee State University women’s basketball player.
Rutherford County Circuit Court Judge Don Ash on Tuesday sentenced Shanterrica Madden of Memphis to 25 years for second-degree murder and four years for tampering with evidence. The sentences will be served consecutively.
Madden was convicted in May in the March 2, 2011, death of 21-year-old Tina Stewart at an off-campus apartment they shared.
At her trial, Madden acknowledged stabbing Stewart but said she acted in self-defense against her larger and more athletic roommate.
Madden is 4 feet 11 inches. She told the jury that a fight in Stewart’s bedroom became physical when the 5-foot-7 player began hitting her. Madden said she defended herself with a knife.
Publlished in The Messenger 7.18.12