Franklin County Times
Varsity basketball schedule
PC wins three games at Cherokee
PHIL CAMPBELL – The Phil Campbell junior varsity girls won 55-39 Tuesday night, while the JV boys defeated Cherokee 69-30, led by Landon Hutcheson's 15 points.
The varsity girls won 45-31 as Chasity Morgan scored 20 points and Alissa Smith had 10. The varsity boys lost to Cherokee in the last 10 seconds, 67-63, despite 21 points from Caleb Thompson and 12 from Tate Canida.
THS VBS beat Hackleburg
THARPTOWN – The Tharptown varsity boys won 66-63 against Hackleburg Tueday night as Joseph Parker scored 16 points and Devin Lawson added 13.
The varsity girls lost 61-52 to the Lady Panthers, and were led by Hollie Hines' 19 points.
Red Bay VG defeat Hamilton
RED BAY – The Red Bay varsity girls battled back to beat Hamilton 54-50 Tuesday night. Chelsey McWilliams tossed in 16 points, while Morgan Duncan had 14 and Britan Bolding added 11.
The varsity boys lost 53-49 to the Aggies in overtime. Derrick Miller scored a game-high 19 points for Red Bay, while Jesse James added 13.
Vina drops two games at Waterloo
WATERLOO – The Vina varsity teams lost at Waterloo Tuesday night.
The varsity girls fell 87-41 as Vina's Angela Parker had a team-high nine points.
The varsity boys lost 56-42, and Brent Townsend led Vina with 14 points.
PC-Belgreen JV game changed
The Phil Campbell junior varsity home game against Belgreen has been moved from Friday, November 2 to Friday, November 30.
Resort announces benefit tourney
FLORENCE – The first annual Doublehead Resort Sporting Clay Benefit will be held Friday, December 6 at the resort's multi-station sporting clay course. The five-member teams will enjoy a day of shooting that will also include breakfast, lunch, shooter's package and prizes. The entry fee is $500 per team, and all proceeds will benefit the Northwest Alabama Community Health Association. There is a limit of 20 teams for the tournament.For more information, call (256) 685-9267 or (256) 760-4713.
The annual Millenium Run 5K and 1-Mile Fun Run will be held Monday, December 31. The race is the only midnight run in north Alabama, and it will be held at First Baptist Church in Killen beginning at 11:45 p.m. For more information, contact Frank Spires at email@example.com or (256) 760-9502.