It may have been raining cats and dogs outside, but the Rockwood Lady Tigers were making it rain three-pointers on the Greenback Lady Cherokees converting seven total, five by Reanna Henderson, as the Lady Tigers pounced on the Lady 'Kees, 53-25.
Home court makes a lot of difference as far as Kingston and Loudon are concerned. When Kingston hosted Loudon on Jan. 7, the Jackets swept the Redskins, but Tuesday night it was the Redskins that brought out the brooms on their home floor.
We find our fun where we can here at the newspaper.
Otherwise, we’d all just go bonkers.
When I read editor Terri Likens’ column last Friday, I had to chuckle at her pirate-speak.
Reading further it dawned on me she and I were on the same wavelength.
Our brief chat after deadline confirmed my suspicion
We are both “over it.”
Our short exchange reminded me of a film from way back in the day.
Anyone remember “Network”?
It won four Academy Awards.
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