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General News

Council to discuss redistricting Tuesday

Lebanon City Council will hold a work session Tuesday, April 3 at 5:30 p.m. to discuss the reorganization of the six council wards.

The work session is to be held in the Town Meeting Hall of the City of Lebanon Administration Building located at 200 N. Castle Heights Avenue.


General Sports

Boosters celebrate LHS basketball

The Blue Devil Booster Club held its 2012 banquet Thursday, March 29 at Castle Heights Elementary honoring the Lebanon High basketball teams and cheerleaders.

Cheerleading awards went to the following: Heather Sanderfur, best sophomore; Cassidy Black, best junior; Elizabeth Durham, best senior; Courtney Williams, Coaches' Award and Maggie Sturm, most valuable.

Girls basketball awards went to: Kelsey Yarbrough, DAL & rebounds; Victoria Dye, team spirit; Madison Sloan, most improved; Julia Fox, offensive MVP and long distance award; Katie Blackburn, defensive MVP; McKenzie Lamberson, extra effort.

Boys basketball awards went to: Keshawn Abston, newcomer award; Jemel Officer, most improved; Zimmer Hunn, defensive award; Julian Cruthfield, hustle award; Cameron High, Most Valuable Player; Cody Yarbrough, True Blue Award.

CU BASEBALL -- 'Dogs lose two-of-three at Union

JACKSON -- Doug Joyces sacrifice fly plated an unearned run in the bottom of the ninth as Union University won the rubber game of the series 4-3 Saturday at Fesmire Field.

Cumberland (20-18, 7-8 TranSouth) stranded 10 runners in the game, including nine in the first five innings, but still tied the game at three thanks to an RBI single from Sam Lind in the top of the ninth.

CU and Union split Friday's doubleheader -- Union winning the opener 1-0 in eight innings and Cumberland taking the nightcap 7-7.

"We had plenty of opportunites early to put this game away," said CU coach Woody Hunt, "we couldn't get the big hit -- that's been charastic of this team all year. We have no one who can consistantly drive in runs. It's been a struggle for us all year.

"I think that was a key, us not getting key hits early in the game. We had a couple of weak pop-ups with the bases loaded -- you just can't do that."

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