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January 3, 2013

Zakary Edgerton shoots 722, Anita Corley rolls 625

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GREENVILLE —        DB’s Sports Grill & Bowling

                Greenville

       Thursday Night Ladies Classic

                  (Dec. 27 results)

Anita Corley     178-210-236-625

Carrie Smith                   211-558

Karen Gray                    202-558

Kerry Sheehan              184-518

MaryAnn Butler             191-513

Crysti Brewer                190-501

Cara Rapp                    185-498

Heather Brown             192-495

Brenda Snyder             176-490

Sue Mitchell                  165-471

Meghann Bancewicz    155-456

Shelia Mitchell              162-453

Nancy Daniels              201-445

Linda Faries                  162-421

     Desperados Friday Trio

           (Dec. 28 results)

    Men

Curtis Sewell            613

Larry Winters            584

Tyren Williams Sr.    564

Billy Burt                   535

Jim Anderson    224-516

Bob Hoffman            513

   Women

Doris Jones               550

Charlotte Davis          496

Charlene Hoffman     469

Laura Priest               460

Chris Lands               444

Joan Phillips              442

Penny Simms            436

Misty Davis                435

Ola Mae Branson       431

Jeanie Breaux            425

Peggy Turner             414

Veronica Greanead    409

Shirley Hamilton         408

Leila Harris                 401

       Greenville Youth Bowling

          (Dec. 29 results)

     Boys

Cody Austin         205-197-169-571

Nathan Slinkard          193-178-496

Jarrod Lambert    179-141-139-459

Austin Russell             170-154-440

Jeremy Glenn             168-154-435

Haydn Martin              171-160-424

Tyler Webster             136-132-391

Michael Waldroup      138-129-386

John Holt                    135-125-363

Timothy Allen                            353

David Vasquez                          330

Luke Allen                                 329

Tristan Waldrep                         322

   Girls

Steffany Brown    225-184-176-585

Aubry Ayers           131-104-82-317

Savannah Whitley     72-54-49-175

Montana Kline           75-40-22-137

             Youth/Adult

          (Dec. 30 results)

    Men

Zakary Edgerton       259-253-210-722

Brandon Murphy       212-203-170-585

Malcolm Rogers Sr.  215-187-136-538

Ricky Brown Sr.        192-182-159-533

Jason Russell           144-131-121-396

Casey Yeager           128-118-101-347

Scot Grantham                        112-300

Larry Colgan                           117-296

  Women

Cara Rapp                203-196-174-573

Annie Blakely            146-124-123-393

Ruby Waldroup         117-110-106-333

  Boys

Austin Cooper          244-204-175-623

R.J. Grantham         191-188-168-547

Michael Waldroup    186-182-173-541

Austin Russell          172-136-117-425

Ryan Colgan            154-147-113-414

Danton Yeager         169-117-102-388

Grayson Rapp                   125-92-304

Braudrick Yeager                           210

  Girls

Leslie Griffin                118-110-70-298



 

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  • All-star basketball games set for Saturday night in Greenville

      Last year Greenville senior Dartannon Wilson took advantage of the home court with 34 points to lead all scorers at the first annual Chicken Express all-star basketball game.
      Wilson helped the North to a 114-85 victory over the South in a fast-paced boys game. Wilson, who was 15-of-20 from the field including a couple of dunks, also pulled down 12 rebounds and handed out four assists to secure most valuable player honors.

      The second annual event is set for 7:30 p.m. on Saturday night at Greenville High School. The girls game tips off first, with the boys event to follow.

     

    April 23, 2014

  • Kaitlyne McNair makes play.jpg Sherman spoils Lady Lions season finale

      The Greenville Lady Lions finished their District 13-4A softball season at home on Friday with a 9-2 loss to the Sherman Lady Bearcats.
      Greenville honored senior players Ali Threndyle, Megan Shaw, Tayler Cordova and Katie McMurray in pre-game ceremonies.

    April 19, 2014 1 Photo

  • Justin Koger signs.jpg Greenville catcher Justin Koger signs with Arkansas-Little Rock

      A switch in positions has helped Greenville senior baseball player Justin Koger advance his career.
      Koger, who has signed a letter of intent with the University of Arkansa at Little Rock, began his baseball career with the Greenville Lions as a shortstop, pitcher and third baseman.

    April 18, 2014 1 Photo

  • Players protest return of fired Minnesota coach

    The University of Minnesota-Mankato football team Wednesday boycotted the fired head coach who won his job back in an arbitrator’s ruling last week, nearly two years after fighting accusations of child pornography and other misconduct.

    April 17, 2014

  • No. 19 state-ranked Lone Oak claims regular season finale

      The 19th state-ranked Lone Oak Lady Buffaloes added to their nine-game winning streak by shutting out Quitman 9-0 in District 14-2A softball on Tuesday.
      Freshman pitcher Mariah Nichols got the win, striking out 14 while only walking two in a two-hitter to wrap up the regular season.

    April 16, 2014

  • Lady Lions earn all-district soccer honors

    Brinkley Henson, Greenville’s top goal scorer, also earned top honors for the Lady Lions on the All-District 19-4A soccer team.

    April 13, 2014

  • Quirl, Godwin earn top honors in All-District 15-A basketball

    Wolfe City’s high-scoring post player Colten Quirl earned top honors on the All-District 15-A basketball team.

    April 13, 2014

  • McKinney North shuts out Lady Lions

       Celeste Verdelivo shut down Greenville on one hit as McKinney North claimed a 12-0 District 13-4A softball victory over the Lady Lions on Friday.

    April 12, 2014

  • Fired coach unjustly accused of visiting porn sites

    April 12, 2014

  • Big win for college coach wrongly accused of child porn

    An emotional saga that began with a child pornography accusation 18 months ago ended in final victory Thursday for the ex-football coach of Minnesota State University-Mankato who was fired even though the charges against him were found groundless and dismissed.

    April 11, 2014

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