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Tigerettes’ Season Comes to Close with Region Tournament Loss at Sequatchie County

May 13, 2019
By: Dwayne Page

The season for the DCHS Tigerettes is over after they lost at Sequatchie County 4 to 3 in the Region Tournament opener Monday in Dunlap.

Sequatchie County led 1 to 0 after the 1st inning and scored another run in the 2nd to take a 2-0 lead which held up until the top of the 4th inning when the Tigerettes scored 2 runs to tie the game and then added another run in the 6th to grab a 3 to 2 advantage. Sequatchie County rallied for 2 runs in the 7th for a 4 to 3 come from behind victory.

The Tigerettes scored 3 runs on 3 hits and made 2 errors. Sequatchie County scored 4 runs on 6 hits and made 3 errors.

Emme Colwell gave up 4 runs on 6 hits through 6 innings. She struck out 5 and walked 5. Madison Whitehead came in for 1 inning and gave up 1 hit.

Maddison Parsley, Megan Walker, and Braya Murphy each had a hit and Emme Colwell had an RBI.

Smithville AG gives over 600 pairs of shoes to the students of NES

May 13, 2019
By: Dwayne Page

Northside Elementary School was greeted today (Monday) with a special delivery by Smithville First Assembly of God.

The AG Sponsorship “Soles for Souls” gave over 600 pairs of new shoes to each child. “Today is the first step in impacting the students of our community” said Pastor Iain. Socks and hygiene items were also donated for those in need. “For change to come, We must exist beyond our four walls of the church to reach the heart of the community… our children” said Pastor Iain.

Special thanks to the wonderful volunteers of Smithville AG, Principal Karen Knowles and staff of Northside Elementary.

Inmate Charged with Assaulting Correctional Officer with Knee to the Groin

May 13, 2019
By: Dwayne Page

An inmate at the DeKalb County Jail has been charged with assaulting a correctional officer.

Sheriff Patrick Ray said that 21 year old Sy James Gohs of Foster Road, Smithville was charged on Friday, May 3 after he assaulted a correctional officer with a knee to the groin causing severe pain. Bond for Gohs is $5,000 and he will be in court May 23.

A Nashville man pulled over Sunday for a non-working headlight was found with methamphetamine, cocaine, and oxcodone.

38 year old John Paul Rowe is charged with a 3rd offense of driving on a revoked license, possession of methamphetamine, cocaine, and oxycodone with intent to manufacture, sell, or deliver. He was further cited for light law violations, no insurance, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Rowe is under a $127,500 bond and his court date is May 23.

Sheriff Ray said that on Sunday, May 12 a deputy was patrolling on McMinnville Highway when he noticed a vehicle with the passenger side headlight out. The driver also failed to dim the high beams. The officer stopped the vehicle and spoke with the driver, Rowe. A further check through central dispatch revealed that Rowe’s license were revoked for a DUI in Rutherford County on June 8, 2017 with two prior offenses, August 9, 2015 and March 11, 2017.

After Rowe consented to a search, the deputy found 4.7 grams of a crystal like substance believed to be methamphetamine and 7.3 grams of a white powdery substance thought to be cocaine in 12 individual packages for distribution. Fifteen clear baggies were also found along with 11 white pills believed to be oxycodone. Rowe informed the officer that he was on probation.

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