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District Names Christians 2017 Outstanding Conservation Farmer


District Names Christians 2017 Outstanding Conservation Farmer
Submitted: Lynn Carey Office Manager Cumberland County Soil Conservation District/PEG Monday November 20, 2017

The Cumberland County Soil Conservation District (CCSCD) recently honored Gerald and Steve Christian as the 2017 Outstanding Conservation Farmers at its Annual Awards Dinner. The father and son farming operation consists of a commercial beef cow/calf operation in the Vandever Community of Cumberland County and is managed on approximately 350 acres of pasture and hayland. This year the Christians participated in the Tennessee Department of Agriculture's Drought Assistance Program where they tried a forage and biomass planting of Sudangrass to boost their summer forage production in fields that were damaged by the 2016 drought. This was their first experience with Sudangrass and they were very pleased with the results.

Pictured are (from left) SCD Supervisor Al Wilson, SCD Chairman Jeff Dodson, Gerald Christian, Faye Christian, Lexi Christian, Steve Christian, SCD Vice-Chairman Terry Lowe and SCD Supervisor David Beaty.

 


Oak Ridge Man Named Rhodes Scholar
AP Monday November 20, 2017

A U.S. Air Force Academy student from Tennessee has been named a Rhodes Scholar. The Rhodes Trust said Saturday that Jaspreet "Jesse" Singh, of Oak Ridge, is one of 32 students from the United States who will receive full financial support to study at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. According to the trust, Singh is a senior at the Air Force Academy, where he is pursuing a bachelors' degree in mechanical engineering.

 


Gracee Dishman Breaks Scoring Record With 44 POINTS Vs Haywood
Coach Radhika Miller/Peg Broadcasting News Sunday November 19, 2017

The Cumberland County High School Lady Jets won 88-35 over Haywood on Saturday with Junior Gracee Dishman scoring a record breaking 44 points. Gracee broke the record held by Jessica Beaty "Capps" that was set in 1992-1993 with 41 points. Gracee scored 754 points last season (her sophomore year) and completed last season with 1160 Career Points. She was also named the 2017 District 6 AAA Player of the Year and also the 2017 District 6 AAA Tournament MVP. The Lady Jets had 3 players in double digits - Lauren Tabor had 12 and Kiara Wilson had 10. Addi Wilson and Marce Kerley both had 8. Monday Cumberland County will entertain McMinn Central and on Tuesday the teams will travel to York Institute. Tuesday's action will air live on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.

 


LSU Wins 30-10 Over Tennessee
WVLT/Peg Broadcasting News Sunday November 19, 2017

Tennessee suffered a 30 to 10 loss to LSU on a stormy Saturday. The game was not delayed, however, the wind and rain made an impact on Tennessee as the Vols fumbled the second-half kickoff. Tennessee hosts Vanderbilt on Saturday, November 25. If Vandy triumphs, Tennessee will finish a season winless in SEC competition for the first time since the league's formation in 1933. Game-time is 3 p.m. CT. You can hear all the action starting with the Kick-off Call-In Show at 1:30 p.m. on 102.5 WOW Country.

 


High School Basketball
Vince / Steve Saturday November 18, 2017

Stone Memorial played host to Macon County Friday night in games aired live on Mix 99.3 and the home teams posted a pair of wins. The Lady Panthers beat Macon County 68-50 and the Panthers recorded a 63-60 win over the Tigers. Both SMHS teams are now 2 and 0 this season. Next up the Panthers and Lady Panthers will host the Stone Memorial Thanksgiving Classic on Friday and Saturday, November 24 and 25.


This is a very busy weekend for the Cumberland County High School basketball team. CCHS will host a Hall of Fame Playday on Saturday with six games on the schedule. Action begins at 10:00 Saturday morning with the Lady Jets in action at 4:00 and the Jets taking the court at 5:30. Monday Cumberland County will entertain McMinn Central and on Tuesday the teams will travel to York Institute. Tuesday's action will air live on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.

 

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