Archive | October 4, 2012

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ECS survives TRA’s swarm in thriller

By Thomas Sellers Jr. ECS Lady Eagles Head Coach Tommy Danner was preparing his team to be stung taking the trip to North Shelby County. Last Thursday the Lady Eagles took the court in the Tipton-Rosemark Academy Gymnasium surrounding by bleachers buzzing with Lady Rebels fans. The reason for the excitement on the TRA campus, […]

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Lady Cards win tournament in Dyer County

Star Staff Reports The Brighton Lady Cardinals were the winners of the Dyer County High School “Block Out Cancer 2012” Invitational Tournament played the weekend of Sept. 22. In pool play Brighton defeated Halls 25-22, 25-22 and Scotts Hill  25-11, 25-18. The Lady Cardinals then headed into bracket play and beat Dyer County in three […]

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Trojans overcome Wolves, Bears come to town for Homecoming 2012

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Throughout the first 24 minutes of the Cordova game Friday night, the Millington Trojan’s offensive linemen were trying to gel. In that process, the Trojans saw senior quarterback Allen Moore go down with a separated shoulder and the Wolves pull to within 14-3 in the second quarter. The Trojan linemen and […]

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Lady Cougars continue District 13-3A streak

By Thomas Sellers Jr. It appears as September wraps up the Munford Lady Cougars are going through the motions. Meanwhile their Tipton County rivals the Brighton Lady Cardinals were riding a wave of success coming into the Sept. 25 matchup in the Munford Gymnasium. The Lady Cardinals were coming off a weekend of going undefeated […]

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Cardinals win shootout in Munford

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Friday night at the Munford Football Stadium began with a tribute for 2002 Munford graduate Christian Brown. But when the smoke cleared from the fireworks and grills, it was the Brighton Cardinals victorious in the first Christian Brown Benefit Bowl. The Cardinals made the short trip down Highway 51 to defeated […]

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Lady Trojans sharpen skills prior to districts

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Volleyball districts are upon us across the state of Tennessee. And the Millington Lady Trojans are feeling pretty good about their chances in District 14-3A. Last year under Head Coach Savannah Aime, the Lady Trojans advanced in the tournament for the first time in several years. Now under the guidance of […]

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Kerrville residents express concerns about annexation 

By Bill Short Several Kerrville residents publicly expressed concerns last month about the possibility that their area could be annexed into the city of Millington. At a Sept. 13 special called meeting, the Millington Board of Mayor and Aldermen responded to those concerns during a final public hearing on a “referendum of annexation” that the […]

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Southern Junkers Fall Market

By Margie Densford You might have caught Ruth Barnes on “Local Color” last month advertising an upcoming event put together with members of her facebook group. The group is made up of creative types. The types that would see something discarded on the side of the road and, before they could complete their u-turn, would […]

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Finally Fall

By Josh McGowan Well thank goodness Fall is here, and a few more chilly mornings were well received. I did some fishing, bow season is in, doves are plentiful, and some “Brit” caught a 180 lb albino catfish in Spain, what else could you ask for? How about the St. Louis Cardinals sneaking into the […]

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Southern Raisin: At first we didn’t even have a mule

By Otis Griffin The majority of the families in and around the metropolis of Rosemark and other close by communities lived off the ground.  Maybe a few toiled at the Millington naval base or ventured far away, way down to the other side of the world and drew a paycheck in Memphis.  Usually most folks […]

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