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Smithville Police Issue Citations for Shoplifting, Drug Offenses, and Traffic Violations

October 1, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Randy Caplinger

In his latest update on Smithville crime news, Police Chief Randy Caplinger reports that 27 year old Charles Jason West was cited on Monday, September 17 for simple possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. Upon suspicion of drug activity, police were given permission to conduct a search and illegal drug & paraphernalia were found. West will be in court on November 8.

21 year old Stephanie Michelle Mooneyham was cited for shoplifting on Tuesday, September 18. An officer responded to Wal-Mart to check out a complaint of a possible shoplifter. Upon investigation it was determined that Mooneyham took items belonging to Wal-Mart without paying for them. Her court date is October 4.

42 year old Cheryl Ann Perkins was cited for shoplifting on Thursday, September 20. An officer responded to Wal-Mart to check out a complaint of a possible shoplifter. Upon investigation it was determined that Perkins took items belonging to Wal-Mart without paying for them. Her court date is October 4.

43 year old William Andrew Cantrell was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia on Thursday, September 20. The Smithville Police Department's K-9 alerted on a vehicle in which Cantrell was a passenger. Drug paraphernalia were found on his person. Cantrell's court date is October 11.

56 year old William T. Effler was arrested on Friday, September 21 for DUI and cited for a drivers license violation, light law violation, failure to maintain lane of travel and violation of the implied consent law. According to the warrant, an officer observed a white Dodge truck traveling north bound with a none working headlamp. The officer turned around and started following the vehicle. He observed it crossing the fog line several times. At this time, the officer stopped the vehicle. The driver got out of the automobile and attempted to walk back toward the patrol car. The man, Effler was very unsteady on his feet. His speech was slurred and he had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his person. Effler submitted to but performed poorly on several field sobriety tasks. He refused to submit to a blood alcohol test. His court date is October 4.

22 year old Brittney Nichole Moser was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia on Saturday, September 22. Moser, a front seat passenger of a vehicle pulled over on a traffic stop, consented to a search. Police found drug paraphernalia under her seat. Her court date is October 11.

31 year old Candice Selene Carroll was cited for shoplifting on Monday, September 24. An officer was dispatched to the Dollar General Store in reference to a shoplifter. Upon investigation police determined that Carroll took items belonging to the Dollar General Store without paying for them. Her court date is October 4.

45 year old William Hardie Morris Jr. was cited for shoplifting on Thursday, September 27. Morris was found to be in possession of items belonging to Wal-Mart which he had not paid for. His court date is October 11.

Anyone with information on any criminal activity is asked to please contact the Smithville Police Department at 597-8210 or the Tip Line at 464-6046.

Any information received that would help the Smithville Police solve any criminal offense would be greatly appreciated. All information is confidential.

DeKalb Jobless Rate for August Drops to 8.2%

September 30, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page

DeKalb County's August unemployment rate was 8.2%, down from 8.6% in July and well below the 9.1% rate recorded in August, 2011.

The local labor force for August was 9,760. A total of 8,960 were employed and 800 were without work. DeKalb County tied for the third lowest unemployment rate among the fourteen counties in the Upper Cumberland region.

Here's how they ranked from highest to lowest:

Pickett County: 12%
White County: 11.7%
Van Buren County: 11.4%
Clay County: 9.7%
Fentress County: 9.4%
Warren County: 9.3%
Jackson County: 9.0%
Overton County: 9.0%
Cumberland County: 8.9%
Macon County: 8.5%
DeKalb County:8.2%
Putnam County: 8.2%
Cannon County: 7.6%
Smith County: 7.4%

County non-seasonally adjusted unemployment rates for August 2012 show the rate decreased in 90 counties, increased in two, and stayed the same in three.

Tennessee's unemployment rate for August increased to 8.5 percent, up from the July revised rate of 8.4 percent. The national unemployment rate for August 2012 was 8.1 percent, 0.2 percentage point lower than the July rate.

The state unemployment rate is seasonally adjusted while the county unemployment rates are not. Seasonal adjustment is a statistical technique that eliminates the influences of weather, holidays, the opening and closing of schools, and other recurring seasonal events from economic time series.

Knox County had the state's lowest major metropolitan rate of 6.7 percent, unchanged from the July rate. Davidson County was 7.4 percent, unchanged from the previous month. Hamilton County was 7.7 percent, down from 8.4 percent, and Shelby County was 9.0 percent, down from 9.7 percent in July.

Voter Registration Deadline Approaching for November 6 Elections

September 28, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Barack Obama
Mitt Romney

The DeKalb County Election Commission reminds you that the last day to register to vote in person in time for the November 6 election is October 8, 2012. While that day is a legal holiday, the local election office will be open from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Because of the holiday, mail-in voter registrations must be postmarked no later than October 6, 2012. The same deadlines apply for property rights registration

Meanwhile Early voting hours for the November Presidential Election have been set by the DeKalb County Election Commission.

As was the case for the August balloting, the commission voted to have two afternoons of early voting in an effort to accommodate more voters.

Hours for early voting, which begins October 17, are Mondays from Noon until 5 p.m.; Tuesdays 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.; Wednesdays 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.; Thursdays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.; Fridays from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.; and Saturdays 9 a.m. until Noon.

During the early voting period, which ends Nov. 1, there are 2 Mondays, 3 Thursdays and 2 Saturdays, giving voters who work late or work out of town ample opportunity to vote early.

DeKalb County voters may cast ballots for President of the United States, a U.S. Senator of Tennessee, U.S. Representative of the Sixth Congressional District, and State Representatives of the 40th & 46th districts. City of Smithville voters will also decide the outcome of a liquor referendum.

In the Presidential race, the ballot includes:
Electors for Mitt Romney for President and Paul Ryan for Vice President (Republican Nominee)
Electors for Barack Obama for President and Joe Biden for Vice President (Democratic Nominee)
Electors for Virgil Goode for President and Jim Clymer for Vice President (Constitution Party Nominee)
Electors for Jill Stein for President and Cheri Honkala for Vice President (Green Party Nominee)
Electors for Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson for President and Luis J. Rodriguez for Vice President (Independent Candidate)
Electors for Gary Johnson for President and James P. Gray for Vice President (Independent Candidate)
Electors for Merlin Miller for President and Virginia D. Abernethy for Vice President (Independent Candidate)

Candidates for the U.S. Senate are:
Bob Corker (Republican Nominee)
Mark E. Clayton (Democratic Nominee)
Kermit Steck (Constitution Party Nominee)
Martin Pleasant (Green Party Nominee)
Shaun E. Crowell ( Independent Candidate)
David Gatchell (Independent Candidate)
James Higdon (Independent Candidate)
Michel Joseph Long (Independent Candidate)
Troy Stephen Scoggin (Independent Candidate)

U.S. House of Representatives (6th Congressional District)
Diane Black (Republican Nominee)
Pat Riley (Green Party Nominee)
Scott Beasley ( Independent Candidate)

Tennessee House of Representatives (40th District)
Terri Lynn Weaver (Republican Nominee)
Sarah Marie Smith (Democratic Nominee)

Tennessee House of Representatives (46th District)
Mark A. Pody (Republican Nominee)

City of Smithville
Liquor Referendum
"To permit retail package stores to sell alcoholic beverages in the City of Smithville"

"Not to permit retail package stores to sell alcoholic beverages in the City of Smithville"

Dailey & Vincent to Host Third Annual Helping Hands Charity Concert

September 28, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Dailey & Vincent

Dailey & Vincent are set to host their third concert for their Helping Hands Charity, on Saturday, September 29 at the Jackson County High School Gymnasium in Gainesboro. The show starts at 5:00 p.m.

Since its inception, The Dailey & Vincent Helping Hands Fund, administered through the Cookeville Regional Medical Center Foundation, a 501©(3) organization, has raised over $60,000. It exists to provide financial assistance to disadvantaged children of Tennessee's Jackson and DeKalb counties to meet immediate medical, nutritional and educational needs not covered by insurance or other means.

Funds raised by the concert will be divided evenly for use in Jackson and DeKalb counties.

Concert tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door and are available in Smithville at Cantrell Furniture or Mapco Express or by calling Julie Vincent (615-418-5759). Tickets are also available online at www.daileyvincent.com.

Woman Airlifted After Thursday Afternoon Crash, Two Men Charged

September 27, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Woman Airlifted After Thursday Afternoon Crash, Two Men Charged
Ford Taurus driven by Brenda Tramel
Chevy Impala driven by Zackary Nathaniel Hale

A Smithville woman was seriously injured in a two car crash Thursday afternoon on Highway 56 south near Whorton Springs Baptist Church.

Central dispatch received the call at 4:36 p.m.

71 year old Brenda Tramel was airlifted from near the scene by a Life Force helicopter ambulance and flown to Vanderbilt Hospital.

According to Trooper Dewaine Jennings of the Tennessee Highway Patrol, Tramel was traveling south on Highway 56 in a maroon Ford Taurus when a northbound 2007 blue Chevy Impala, driven by 25 year old Zackary Nathaniel Hale, crossed into the path of Tramel's car making a near head-on impact.

Hale was charged with driving under the influence and vehicular assault and he was cited for failure to maintain his lane of travel, violation of the financial responsibility law, and a driver license violation.

A passenger with Hale, 26 year old Brandon Scott Kidd of Smithville, was charged with driving under the influence by allowance which means Kidd permitted Hale to drive the Kidd family car while impaired.

Neither Hale nor Kidd were seriously injured. They were both arrested at the scene and taken to the jail for booking.

In addition to Trooper Jennings, Sergeant Mark Dial of the Tennessee Highway Patrol was also on the scene along with DeKalb EMS and officers of the Sheriff's Department.

McMinnville Man Dies in Motorcycle Crash

September 27, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
William Larry Dyle, II of McMinnville Dies in Motorcycle Crash
McMinnville Man Dies in Motorcycle Crash

A 41 year old McMinnville man was found dead at the scene of a motorcycle crash on Highway 56 south near WJLE this morning (Thursday)

Dead is William Larry Dyle, II.

Trooper Bobby Johnson of the Tennessee Highway Patrol told WJLE that Dyle was operating a 2007 Honda Gold Wing motorcycle southbound and failed to negotiate a curve. He ran off the right side of the roadway, struck two mailboxes and a utility pole near the home of Phillip Cantrell. Dyle, who died at the scene, was wearing a helmet but was thrown from the bike. He landed about ten yards away from the motorcycle.

Trooper Johnson said it is unknown when the accident occurred. A couple out walking discovered the crash and reported it to 911 at around 6:19 a.m.

Dyle's body was taken by DeKalb EMS to DeKalb Community Hospital.

Harlem Wizards to Play Local Educators in Fundraising Basketball Game

September 26, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Harlem Wizards to Play Local Educators in Fundraising Basketball Game
Suzette Barnes

Trick-hoops and alley-oops are coming to DeKalb County High School Thursday night, October 11 at 7:00 p.m.

The Harlem Wizards, a show basketball team, will play local educators and business people to raise funds for the DeKalb County High School basketball programs. "This is an exhibition basketball team, similar to the Harlem Globetrotters," said Suzette Barnes. "This event is hosted by DeKalb County High School basketball boosters and all proceeds will go to the DeKalb County High School basketball programs," she said.

Advance tickets are $8.00 for students and $10.00 for adults and may be purchased at Kilgore's Restaurant, Liberty State Bank, or at the DeKalb County Complex. Tickets may be purchased at the door the night of the event at $10.00 for students and $12.00 for adults.

"We're going to put on a show like basketball on Broadway, baby. You get to see a little bit of everything," said Arthur Lewis Jr., who is known as King Arthur on the court.

The team's mix of comedy and athleticism inspires as well as entertains, according to Lewis.

"We inspire a lot of people," Lewis said. Not just to play basketball, but to pursue bigger and better lives."Dream. A lot of kids don't dream anymore," Lewis said. "It's about more than the sport. It's about using the sport to get an education."

Lewis has played basketball all his life, falling in love with the sport at a young age. He played through high school and then at Bowie State University in Maryland where he was named an Academic All-American. Lewis has also played with the American Basketball Association and was a two-time all-star in the International Basketball League.

The local team taking on the Wizards will be made up of educators from all five schools according to Barnes. "From DeKalb West is Audrey Russell and Sabrina Farler. From DeKalb Middle School we'll have Randy Jennings, Amanda Dakas, Josh Agee, Justin Nokes, and Karen Pelham. From DCHS, is Coach K, Kathy Bryant, Jenny Norris, and Patrick Cripps will be the coach. From Northside Elementary, we'll have Jerry Foster and Gayle Redman will be our water girl. From Smithville Elementary, we have Karen Knowles and Julie Vincent. From the Central Office we will have Director Mark Willoughby and Danielle Collins," she said.

Local business people will also be participating. "We'll have Jason Murphy from Optimus Pest Solutions, Jonathon Norris from Southern Landscape Supply, Matt Lawrence from DeKalb Tire and Service, Tim Tobbit from Good Health Family Clinic and many others. Its going to be a good night for educators and community business people to come together for a good night of basketball," said Barnes.

"We will play four quarters of basketball and have a half time show. At the end of the game we'll have an autograph session. Souvenirs will be on sale and anyone who purchases souvenirs can stay after the game and get those signed by the Harlem Wizard players. We will also have a full concession stand operating that night," she added.

"Its serving as a fundraiser for our high school basketball programs. This year, we are going to play in a Christmas tournament December 26-29 in Florida. It is our hope that we can raise enough money from this to help offset some of the costs for that trip," said Barnes.

"Everyone should (come out). It's for your own school, it's for your own kids," said Lewis. "You'll really enjoy yourself," Lewis said. "For one night, everyone in the community can come together," he added.

Referendum Supporters/Opponents May be Subject to Election Laws

September 26, 2012
Dennis Stanley

Those who are supporting or opposing the upcoming retail package store referendum are being reminded today that certain election laws may apply to their activities.

Dennis Stanley, Administrator of Elections, said in general terms that communications such as signs, broadcast and print advertisements must include a disclaimer of who paid for the communication. In addition, he said if two or more persons join forces to support or oppose or an entity such as a church takes a position on a referendum they are subject to the state's campaign finance laws.

"The election commission obviously is not taking a position on the referendum, but just informing those who are that certain state laws may apply to their activities," Stanley said.

"In general terms, the state law which applies to political communications for candidates, also impacts those supporting or opposing a local referendum," Stanley added.

For example, whenever any person "makes an expenditure for the purpose of financing a communication that expressly advocates the election or defeat of" a candidate or referendum question "or that solicits any contributions
through any broadcasting station, newspaper, magazine outdoor advertising facility, poster, yard sign, direct mailing or any other form of general public political advertising, a disclaimer..shall appear and be presented in a clear and conspicuous manner to give the reader, observer or listener adequate notice of the identity of persons who paid for" the
communication.

Those who fail to follow the law are subject to a complaint being filed with the District Attorney General's office.

As for filing campaign expense forms, Stanley said "reports of appointment of treasurers and disclosure of contributions and expenditures are required of : (1) a group of two or more individuals making expenditures
to support or oppose any state or local measure in a referendum, (2) a corporation or any other organization making expenditures to support or oppose any state or local referendum, (3) any committee, club, association
or group of persons receiving contributions or making expenditures totaling more than $250 in a calendar year to support or oppose any state or local measure in a referendum."

Those who fail to follow this law could be subject to civil penalties.

Questions regarding either the advertising disclosure law or campaign finance disclosure law can be directed to the local election office at 597-4146.

DUD and City May Negotiate New Water Contract

September 25, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
DeKalb Utility District
Smithville City Hall

Are the DeKalb Utility District and the City of Smithville ready to make a deal on a new water contract?

With plans for a new DUD water treatment plant still in the making, officials of the DUD are asking city fathers to make them a proposal for a new thirty year contract.

Meanwhile, the State Utility Management Review Board will meet next Thursday, October 4 in Nashville to discuss a possible review of "rates charged and plan of services provided" by DUD related to the proposed water treatment plant construction project.

The City of Smithville currently sells water to the DeKalb Utility District for $2.00 per thousand gallons and under terms of the contract, the rate increases by five cents per thousand in January of each year. The two parties entered into the contract in 2004 and it expires in 2014.

On August 28, DUD manager Jon Foutch sent to City Recorder/Treasurer Hunter Hendrixson, a rough draft of a proposed contract for water purchase by the DUD from the City of Smithville. The proposed contract was accompanied by a request for DUD officials to inspect and copy certain "public records". Foutch wrote, "In order to aid in the determination and discussion of a reasonable rate, we need certain information to review."

"We asked for these documents from the city so DUD can be prepared for any circumstances," Foutch told WJLE Tuesday. "We just want as much information as possible available to us in order to make the best decision for our customers," he said.

Foutch's request included "any and all audited financial records, audit reports, and year end balance sheets pertaining in any way to the City of Smithville water distribution system, including the water treatment plant, for the past five years."

"Any and all records that document the expenses and cost incurred by the City of Smithville in the past five years, including engineering costs, related in any way to the procurement, treatment, and sale of water."

"Any and all Cost of Service Study (COSS) performed within the past five years regarding rates, and methodology of rates, charged to customers of your water supply."

"All consultant fees, paid or incurred, including public relation consultants, incurred by the City of Smithville pertaining in any way to the water treatment plant of the City of Smithville or the proposed water treatment plant of the DeKalb Utility District, for the past five years."

"Any and all correspondence or written communication of any type, including email transmittals, from the City of Smithville, or on their behalf, to any government or regulatory entity that pertains in any way to the proposed construction of the water treatment plant by the DeKalb Utility District."

On September 6, Hendrixson responded to Foutch's letter "The City of Smithville is more than willing to meet with the DeKalb Utility District about a long term water purchasing agreement. Please feel free to contact me in setting up a meeting between both interested parties in hopes to discuss the current proposal by the DUD. If you would prefer to have representatives from both parties meet informally to discuss it, that will work as well. We are up for any suggestions," wrote Hendrixson.

Foutch replied in a letter on September 19, "I would ask that you please advise as to the city's position on the proposed contract and or provide me with a proposed contract that the city would like to submit for DUD's consideration. I ask that you please address this issue as soon as possible and I appreciate your kind attention to this request," wrote Foutch.

The DUD has already secured an ARC grant as well as loan and grant funding from USDA Rural Development for the proposed water plant, along with a bond resolution which has been approved for the authorization and issuance of waterworks revenue refunding and improvement bonds. But to date the bond sale has apparently not been finalized.

Even if the DUD proceeds with its plan to build a water plant, it will most likely need a new water contract with the City of Smithville, at least in the short term, since its current agreement with the city is due to expire by the first of 2014, before a water plant could be completed

DUD and City officials are also awaiting the outcome of a possible review by the Tennessee Comptroller and the Utility Management Review Board of DUD "rates charged and plan of services provided". The issue is on the UMRB's meeting agenda for October 4. A petition, signed by more than 1,000 persons was submitted to state officials in July trying to force a review. The petition drive was spearheaded by the Calvert Street Group, a Nashville public relations company, hired by the City of Smithville in April to better educate the public, from the city's perspective, on the impact of a plan by the DeKalb Utility District to build its own water treatment plant.

"The mission of the Tennessee Comptroller and the Utility Management Review Board is to look for duplicity, for taxpayer waste to protect ratepayers, and rate increases that are out of line with what their plans and their debt management policy calls for," said Darden Copeland of the Calvert Street Group.

The City of Smithville, according to Copeland, also retained the services of Nashville attorney and former Metro Nashville Mayor Bill Purcell to help "walk the petition through the process" and get answers from the state.

The petition filed with the UMRB states "DUD ratepayers ask the UMRB to find that the DUD acted wrongly in approving the financing of the construction of a redundant water treatment facility in DeKalb County and in its service expansion and resulting rate increases and take all necessary action to provide DUD ratepayers with all appropriate relief afforded to them under the laws of the state of Tennessee."

While DUD officials believe the UMRB does not have jurisdiction on this issue and that the petition will ultimately be dismissed, they want a quick resolution and are concerned that the UMRB may entertain a possible continuance or delay at the October 4 meeting. Keith Blair, attorney for the DUD, asked for no further delays in a letter dated September 18 to the UMRB Board Coordinator Joyce Welborn and Greg Cothron, Assistant General Counsel for the state comptroller's office. "As counsel, it has come to my attention that the entity that filed the petition is seeking a rescheduling of the jurisdiction issue. I understand that the jurisdiction issue will be on the agenda at the October 4 UMRB meeting," wrote Blair.

"I write this letter to convey DUD's position on a possible continuance. While they understand that scheduling conflicts occur, they strongly disagree that a continuance is warranted and will do nothing but further delay the ultimate resolution of this issue and cause additional financial loss to DUD," wrote Blair.

Blair's letter goes on state, "As you are aware, DUD has taken significant steps to initiate the construction of a water treatment plant as well as making plans to restructure certain long term debt for additional cost savings to their customers. Once the petition in question was filed, at a time when the closing of the bonds to finance this project was imminent, DUD cautiously delayed the closing and finalization of the financing of this project in order to obtain proper verification from UMRB that the petition had no merit and, most importantly, that the UMRB did not have jurisdiction to consider the issues presented."

"We believe that Mr. Cothron's letter clearly and correctly sets out that the petition in question fails to provide a basis for review by the UMRB and that the UMRB does not have the jurisdiction to hear the same. With the recommendation that Mr. Cothron will make to the UMRB at the October meeting, any continuance and rescheduling of this issue to a future meeting will do nothing but prolong the dismissal of this petition and create even further delay of DUD being able to move forward on this long awaited project."

"With this pending petition, DUD continues to suffer monetary losses each day due to their inability to proceed forward with the planned refinancing and water treatment plant. It is clearly evident that interest rates and construction costs are at an all time low. The interest rates and construction rates will no doubt increase in the coming months which will damage DUD financially causing them to spend more on this project than anticipated which potentially could result in additional rate increases. Further, the longer that this issue is in limbo, the longer that DUD will have to purchase water from the City of Smithville, the proponent behind the petition in question."

DUD respectively requests that there be no delays granted of this issue being on the agenda for the October 4 meeting. A delay will do nothing but prolong the final resolution of this matter and cause DUD continued delay and financial loss that will do nothing but hurt the customers of DUD. A delay only benefits the petitioner, with no due cause being shown and severely hurts DUD each day that passes without resolution." wrote Blair.

DeKalb Boys District Golf Champions, Sullivan and Roller Claim Individual Titles

September 25, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Mallory Sullivan Wins Individual District Title

DeKalb County's Mallory Sullivan fired a 74 at Ironwood Golf Course on Monday and Ethan Roller shot a 74 on Tuesday at the White Plains Course to win individual titles in the District 8-A/AA golf tournaments in Cookeville. It was Sullivan's second-straight title. Zach Martin shot a 77 to win the silver medal with the second lowest score

Meanwhile, the DeKalb County boys, for the ninth consecutive year, claimed the district championship on Tuesday. They won with a team score of 320. "This was the ninth year in a row they won that district championship and that's a pretty astounding level of golf talent we've had come through DeKalb County," said Coach Joe Pat Cope.

Sullivan will advance to the Region 4-A/AA Tournament as an individual next week in Chattanooga. "Mallory got the lowest score among females," said Coach Cope. "She shot a 74 to win the gold medal in that. She goes on to the region next week," he added.

"Our guys went undefeated during the regular season but we knew coming into the district tournament that teams such as Central Magnet and Friendship Christian would be there. I just really stressed all week about the guys taking it hole by hole and doing the best they could. They won with a team score of 320 today (Tuesday). "Ethan Roller shot a 74 and had the lowest score out of 75 golfers there. Zach Martin shot a 77, which was silver medalist, the second lowest score there today. That puts us in the region tournament in Chattanooga next Monday for our guys," said Coach Cope.

The DeKalb boys team competing next week is made up of Ethan Roller, Zach Martin, Hayden Ervin, Corey Kijanski, and Dylan Young.

Clay County won the girls district title on Monday. Central Magnet (183) claimed second place in the team standings, while Upperman (205) earned the final team spot by edging DeKalb County (207). Pickett County (213) and Livingston Academy (238) rounded out the team scores. The DeKalb girls team was made up of Mallory Sullivan and Brooke Roller. "Brooke came up just a little bit short. She came up two strokes short of moving on," said Coach Cope.

The region tournament is slated for next Monday at The Bear Trace at Harrison Bay in Chattanooga.

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