Funeral services for Mr. Truitt "Toby" Davis, 79, of Lebanon will be held 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14 at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home with Bro. Chad Pinion officiating.
Born in DeKalb County, Mr. Davis died Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014 at University Medical Center.
Wilson Central 48, Beech 35
SHACKLE ISLAND -- Wilson Central rallied from 14 points down to post a 48-35 win over District 9AAA rival Beech Friday.
The Wildcats rolled up more than 400 yards on the ground as Weston Rountree scored three touchdowns and Tyler Bowes added another. Bowes was a workhorse, running 23 times for 169 yards; Rountree finished with seven carries for 143.
CU baseball alumni game
Cumberland baseball will host its bi-annual Alumni Game on Homecoming weekend, Saturday, Oct. 25 -- weather permitting. A breakfast is planned at the Benton Jennings Indoor Facility at 8:30 a.m. followed by the Alumni Game at 10 a.m.
Any former player, from either the junior college or four-year school days, who is interested in participating should email head coach Woody Hunt the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, Oct. 20: name, current address, telephone, years played a t CU, t-shirt size and the number of people who will be attending.
SMYRNA -- The Mt. Juliet Middle School cross country teams fared well Saturday, Oct. 11 at Sharp Springs Park in the Mid-State Championships.
The Golden Bears defeated 21 other teams and won for the ninth time in a row, qualifying for the second consecutive season to run in the Middle School State Championship meet planned for Knoxville, Saturday, Oct. 18.
Saints, Davis gain first win
MT. JULIET -- Quarterback Rik Vanmali threw for three first half touchdowns as Mt. Juliet Christian Academy won for the first time this season Friday, Oct. 10, posting a 36-0 victory over Pickett County at Suey Field.
The win was the first for the Saints since Oct. 25, 2013 when MJCA topped Zion Christian 34-0, and marked the first career head coaching victory for first year head coach Dan Davis.
Squad stands 1-7 in Mid-South
PIKEVILLE, Ky. -- Karli Collins collected 18 digs and Michelle Evans posted a team-high nine kills, but Cumberland's volleyball team again struggled with errors, committing 46 in a 3-1 loss at the University of Pikeville Saturday.
Ashton Perez handed out 23 assists and Abby Shaw recorded eight kills and seven digs, but the Bulldogs (12-11, 1-7 Mid-South) could not overcome 24 hitting errors, 13 service errors and eight reception miscues.
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