Thursday news briefs 0401

April 01, 2004

Winter Games winners announced

LEXINGTON - The Bluegrass Winter Games in February and March drew more than 2,450 amateur athletes from 74 counties in Kentucky. Winners from this area included:

Boyle County: Shawn Mountjoy, basketball, second place. Roger Ross, basketball, first place. Nicholas Gelea, bowling, second place. Lou Rogers, bowling, first. Missy Rogers, bowling, second. Adam Voth, bowling, third. Stuart Harper, chess, second. Miles Kingsley, chess, second.

Ron Kingsley, chess, second. Donnie Dampier, martial arts, first, third. Erin Lemay, racquetball, second, third. Shonna Rice, racquetball, first, second. Frank Stewart, racquetball, second.


Rita Stewart, racquetball, second, third. Dan Sudd, racquetball, second. Delbert Terry, racquetball, two first places. John Anderson, 5K, first. Jill Winter, 5K, third.

Garrard County: Brett Randolph, shooting, first. Kenny Norton, racquetball, first, second. Marshall Norton, racquetball, first, second.

Mercer County: Jim Sharp, 5K, second.

Boyle Republicans elect officers

The Boyle County Republican Party held its Mass Convention March 20 at the Boyle County Courthouse. Party officers were elected, along with 15 delegates and 15 alternates to represent the county at the upcoming 6th District and State Conventions.

Tom McClain was re-elected county chairman, and Steven Crawford was re-elected treasurer. Newly elected officers were: Louise S. Allen, vice chairman; Daniel Elliott, youth chairman; and Lynn Harmon, secretary.

Delegates elected were the five county officers, as well as Bob Allen, David Berka, Jan Binder, John Dixon, Ruth Ann Elliott, Bill Galbreath, Mike Harmon, Mardi Montgomery, Basil Turbyfill and Alberta Wood.

Alternates who were elected were Jere Caldwell, Hugh Coomer, Chap Couzens, Tom Cummins, Dana Dixon, Harold Greene, Linda Greene, Steve Griffin, Jimmy Lehman, Dick McGuire, Rick McQuerry, Bunny Scutchfield, Kay Sheldon, Charles Watson and Tina Watson.

Five resolutions from the meeting will be presented at the 6th District Convention May 8 at Marriott-Griffin Gate in Lexington.


In a story Friday about Boyle County High School athletic trainers, the name of Tarl Lawson was omitted. Lawson won first place in cardiopulmonary resuscitation at the Ashland Sports Medicine Olympics.|3/16/04|***

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