|5/25||9-12||Hyundai of Cookeville||Ronni Chase|
|5/25||2-5||East Tennessee Dodge||TBD|
|5/25||5-10||Crossville Raceway||Panama Jack|
|5/31||11-1||Crossville Wholesale Carpet||TBD|
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Congratulations to Stone Memorial High School Senior Kayla Caron for winning the 2013 Keys to Success Dave Kirk Car Giveaway! Kayla will be driving in her brand new Chevy Sonic...a compact that earned the J.D. Power Award for Highest Ranked Appeal Among Sub-Compact cars. Each of the 17 students who earned a spot for today's reverse drawing at CCHS received prizes of either a $50 or $100 gift card, with the exception of Caron and SMHS Junior, Kate Zecher who won a laptop computer when her name was called first.
The Cumberland County Elementary boys golf team closed the regular season with a 10 stroke win over Algood at Bear Trace on Tuesday. Hogan Herring (pictured) led the boys with a 38. The girls came up 2 strokes short. Kelsee Neely led the girls with a 56. Both teams will play in the region tournament at Riverwatch on Monday.
Today is the day a Junior or Senior from one Cumberland County high school will drive off in a brand new car from Dave Kirk Automotive. This is the 10th year that Dave Kirk Automotive has presented "The Key to Success is Attendance" car giveaway, in which excellence attendance is rewarded with prizes ranging from gift cards to a laptop computer to one student getting to choose a brand new car. 17 students from CCHS, SMHS and the Phoenix School will participate in this morning's reverse drawing at Cumberland County High School. Despite hard economic times in the past, Dave Kirks says his staff is committed to this unique program, which is the only one like it in the nation.
The National Association of Letter Carriers will hold its 21st annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive this Saturday Non-perishable food donations will be collected by U.S. Postal Service mail carriers on their routes that day. Shopping bags will be in the mail this week along with information about the drive. You are asked to fill the shopping bags with non-perishable food items and either place them near your mailbox on Saturday or drop them off in the lobby of the Crossville Post Office. Since its inception in 1992, letter carriers have collected 1.2 billion pounds of food.
Tuesday afternoon, May 7th in Day 1 of the sub-sectionals at Rhea County High School, the CCHS Jets Track team qualified for seven events. The girls competed in seven events and will send six to the sectionals next Tuesday at Rhea County. The Boys competed in three events and will send one to the sectionals. The girls 4X800 relay team (Marissa Vincent, Anna Holt Shaw, Brianna Taylor, and Jennifer Hedgecoth) placed third behind Soddy Daisy and Rhea County. The boys 4X800 relay team (Seth Hardman, Daniel Richards, Kyle Lockwood, and Seth Randall) placed fourth behind Cleveland, Cookeville, and Coffee County. Taonna Miller (pictured) placed third in the 100 meter dash with 13.19 and third in the 400 meter dash with 1:02.39. Kassidy Sommer placed second in the 1600 meter run with 5:29.35. Jennifer Hedgecoth placed fourth in the 800 meter run with 2:31.40. The girls 4X400 relay team (Marissa Vincent, Anna Holt Shaw, Taonna Miller, and Jennifer Hedgecoth) placed second behind Soddy Daisy.