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Close games highlight preseason tourney

Lady Bears hold off Lady Tigers; Hacker slips past Goose Rock

Manchester’s Clara Collins blocks the shot of Paces Creek’sCourtney Jones in the preseason tourney Saturday. Paces Creek pulled out the narrow victory. Photo by Mark Hoskins.

Manchester’s Clara Collins blocks the shot of Paces Creek’sCourtney Jones in the preseason tourney Saturday. Paces Creek pulled out the narrow victory. Photo by Mark Hoskins.

The Memorial Hospital preseason tournament kicked off with a bang Saturday as several games went to the wire.

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WELFARE CHECK LEADS TO BUST

Three charged by sheriff’s department

KIMBERLY MARCUM is charged with manufacturing meth while deputies conducted at welfare check at her residence.

KIMBERLY MARCUM is charged with manufacturing meth while deputies conducted at welfare check at her residence.

Three southern Clay County residents have been jailed after an attempt to search a warrant and a welfare check, according to a press release by Clay County Sheriff Kevin Johnson. Deputy Taye Napier and Chief Deputy Chris Curry arrested Kimberly Ann Marcum age 40, Jody Sevier age 33, and also John Holland age 33.

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BUSY WEEKEND

CRUISERS IN THE PARK BASH SUNDAY
Cruiser’s in the park will hold their last show of the year Sunday at Rawlings-Stinson Park. Trick or Treating will be held for the kids starting at 1-4 p.m.

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THEFT, ARSON INDICTMENTS

Hunter indicted for theft; Bishop faces arson charges

ROBERT HUNTER faces theft charges for allegedly stealing an Artic Cat ATV.

ROBERT HUNTER faces theft charges for allegedly stealing an Artic Cat ATV.

Robert Anthony Hunter is scheduled for a pretrial hearing on charges that he was in possession of a stolen Arctic Cat before Circuit Judge Oscar Gayle House in Clay County Circuit Court November 2.

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SPIDER THURMAN BOWL ‘THE CHAMPS’

Bobcats blank Tigers 32-0 to finish season undefeated

Members of the Burning Springs Bobcats were all smiles following their 32-0 victory over Manchester in the Spider Thurman Bowl Championship Saturday night at Tiger Stadium. Photo by Mark Hoskins.

Members of the Burning Springs Bobcats were all smiles following their 32-0 victory over Manchester in the Spider Thurman Bowl Championship Saturday night at Tiger Stadium. Photo by Mark Hoskins.

Domination.

That’s all you can say about Burning Springs 32-0 win over Manchester in the Spider Thurman Bowl Saturday.

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TIGERS OVERCOME BELL IN FOUR OVERTIMES

Scored tied at 14 each at end of regulation

Connor Robinson makes a play on the ball after getting hit by a Bell County defender. Photo by Chris Meadows.

Connor Robinson makes a play on the ball after getting hit by a Bell County defender. Photo by Chris Meadows.

Defense ruled for four quarters in Clay’s 46-44 four overtime win Saturday against Bell County. Yes, the defense ruled for four quarters.

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