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Fayetteville’s Bill Daniels was the recipient of the WHNT News 19’s “Pay It Forward” honor last week. On Tuesday, while the team practiced, News 19’s Clarissa McClain surprised Bill with the award and presented $319 in cash to help fund his cause. Bill is an avid golfer, and along with his wife of 54 years, Judy, the couple has volunteered their time to work with the Special Olympics Golf Team
The Lincoln County Velocity U13 team recently claimed the Tennessee Youth Baseball Association state title, taking the win for the championship over the Smyrna Vipers, 12-5, in Murfreesboro. In the title tournament, the team finished pool play as the 2-seed behind Smyrna. They advanced to the championship game, defeating the Manchester Tri County Stars, 8-1, in the semifinals. Velocity wraps up its season with an overall record of 20-4. Earlier
Tanner Sanders was a standout softball pitcher during her tenure playing for the Lady Falcons at Lincoln County High School. Following her graduation in 2012, she joined the Lipscomb University Lady Bisons’ softball team in Nashville. Recently, Tanner received an opportunity of a lifetime – to pitch for the Central Virginia All-Stars in a couple of exhibition games against Team USA. Editor’s Note: The following is an article by Mark
The Pebble Creek Golf Club team won first place in the first flight of the Fayetteville/Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Tee Off for Progress Golf Tournament.
Carter Ltd. Inc.’s team took second place honors in the first flight of the Tee Off for Progress Golf Tournament, hosted by the Fayetteville/Lincoln County Chamber at Pebble Creek Golf Club.
Tyson Foods’ golf team won first place in the second flight of the Fayetteville/Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce’s Tee Off for Progress Golf Tournament, played July 18 at the Pebble Creek Golf Club.
Winning second place in the second flight of the Tee Off for Progress Golf Tournament was the team sponsor by State Rep. Pat Marsh and Bagley and Bagley Insurance Agency of Fayetteville.
The Adult Softball League is interested in starting up a fall co-ed league. Anyone interested in having a co-ed softball team should contact Jackie Hamlin at (931) 675-2373, Diane Hall at (931) 732-4479 or the Fayetteville Recreation Center at (931) 433-6059 by Aug. 18. The season schedule will start Aug. 25, and all games will be played on Monday nights. The entry fee is $250, which includes umpire fees.
Lincoln County High School’s Baseball Booster Club has scheduled its golf tournament for Aug. 23 at Pebble Creek Golf Club on the Lewisburg Highway here in Fayetteville. Breakfast will be served at 7 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Lunch and awards will be begin at 12 p.m. Player entry fee is $75 each and includes breakfast, green fees, cart, lunch and bragging rights. Tournament will be played