Posted: Friday, August 31, 2012 12:00 pm
Trenton had the top boys’ player and team, while Obion Central duplicated that feat, in prep golf action that involved both Greenfield teams and three Dresden boys on Monday.
Ethan Temple fired a 42 to lead the Golden Tide to a team-low 184 score.
Greenfield was third with a 196, also finishing behind the Rebels at 194.
Tony Robinson topped the Yellowjackets with a 44, while Chris Reddick shot a 48.
Mason Hilliard totaled a 51, and Damon Biddle shot a 53.
Peyton Willians fired a 45 to lead Dresden and tie for third place in the individual standings.
OC’s Ashlyn Runions led the girls’ field with a 47.
McCall Scates shot a 58, and Ashley Tucker had a 63 for the Lady ’Jackets.
5K/1K race event
in Soybean Festival
The Tennessee Soy-bean Festival 5K and 1K race will be held Sept. 8 in Martin.
The event will feature a 5K run and walk as well as a 1K kids run. It will start at the Martin Recreation Complex softball parking area.
The kids run begins at 7:30 a.m., followed by the 5K and walk at 8:15. The events will be timed by the Jackson Roadrunners Club.
Entry fee is $12 in advance and $18 on race day. Forms are available at BSN Sports and Sideline Physical Therapy in Martin or by calling (731) 587-9153.
All registered entrants will receive a free T-shirt and trophies will be awarded to the top finishers in the 5K run and kids run.
AOP Run for Roses
aids arthritis victims
The AOP Run For The Roses 5K and a Fun Run for children will be held Sept. 29 at The Sideline in Martin.
Registration begins at 7:30 a.m., with the 5K race following at 8 and the Fun Run immediately after.
Entry fee before Sept. 10 will be $20 for the 5K and $8 for the Fun Run. After that date, fees are $25 and $10, respectively.
Each participant will receive a T-shirt and the top winners from each age group will receive awards.
Run For Roses is sponsored by the Tau Omicron chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity. The proceeds will benefit the Arthritis Foundation and Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity.
The Tau Omicron chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was established at UT Martin in 1966. Alpha Omicron Pi was founded in 1897 at Barnard College, part of the current Columbia University in New York City. Philanthropy is a priority, with almost $1 million in grants being donated to arthritis research by the AOII Foundation since 1987.
Failed drug tests
did in Rogers at UT
COOKEVILLE (AP) — Tennessee Tech wide receiver Da’Rick Rogers says failed drug tests caused his recent departure from Tennessee.
Rogers said Tuesday at during a press conference at his new school it was “a couple of drug tests, yes sir.”
He says it was him “being a young, immature guy. Those are things that I’ve got to work on and I plan to work on.”
Published in The WCP 8.30.12