Former Lebanon High standout
HIGHLAND, KS -- Lebanon High graduate Jameka Dowell (Class of 2015) has been named first team All-Region NJCAA Region VI for her play this season with Highland Community College.
Dowell, a 5-8 guard, knocked down 44.6 percent of her shots from the field and connected on 30.5 percent of her 3-point attempts.
July 26 at Pickett-Rucker --
The Wilson County Black History Committee will host its annual tribute to the Lebanon Clowns Negro League baseball team 4 p.m. Sunday, July 26 at Pickett-Rucker United Methodist Church.
The team will be honored as well as Loharrell Stevenson, the first African-American to play sports at Lebanon High and a member of the inaugural class of the LHS Sports Hall of Fame.
Watertown hosts Gordonsville
Continuing her red-hot pace, Kendall Spray lit it up for 27 points to lead Wilson Central to a 65-49 victory at Station Camp Tuesday night.
As if knocking down five 3-pointers weren't enough, the junior pulled in a game-high 15 rebounds as the Lady Wildcats improved to a perfect 5-0 in District 9-AAA and 15-4 overall.
LHS tops Glencliff 72-48 Tuesday --
SPARTA -- Lebanon's Blue Devils defeated Nashville Glencliff 72-48 Tuesday afternoon in the third place game of the seventh annual Sonic Shoot-Out at White County High's Roy Sewell Gymnasium.
KeShawn Abston led the way with 21 points, including three 3-pointers, as Coach Jim McDowell's club improved to 10-4 on the season.
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