Coslow wins contest

December 13, 2004

Cathy Coslow of Harrodsburg expected a low scoring game when Kentucky played Indiana Saturday. Because of that, she edged six other contestants who also got nine games right to win last week's Hometown Tire Beat The Experts Basketball Contest.

Coslow wins a four-wheel alignment, tire rotation and wheel balancing from Hometown Tire of Danville. She's also now eligible for the season-ending grand prize contest that offers a $250 gift certificate for any service or product at Hometown Tire.

Jon McWilliams led The Advocate-Messenger panel of experts with eight correct choices. Those who beat the best expert to win a free tire rotation at Hometown Tire were as follows:

Nine right - Jerry Potts, Danville; Tim Whitis, Stanford; Andy Coyle, Gravel Switch; Justin Kelley, Stanford; Cindi Frederick, Danville; and John Sullivan, Danville.


Eight - Brandon Keeling, Danville; Michael Glasscock, Perryville; Al Atmore, Danville; Bill Jurgensen, Danville; Patty Jurgensen, Danville; Sam Ponsoll, Danville; Kenny Floyd, Stanford; Bill Zagar, Danville; and Garry Allen, Danville.

Entry blank for this week's contest is on Page B2 of today's The Advocate-Messenger.

Grand prize football contest

Entries for the grand prize football contest are due by noon Tuesday. Each overall weekly contest winner from football season is eligible.

Contestants should pick the winners of the upcoming college football bowl games listed on the graphic in last Tuesday's The Advocate-Messenger. The tiebreaker is Louisville-Boise State.

Entries that have been received are from Robert McCowan of Danville, Kenny Floyd of Stanford, Donna Bottoms of Danville, Stephanie Hardin of Junction City and Kenny Bottoms of Danville.

Others eligible to enter are Clyde Rogers of Danville, Tim Whitis of Stanford, Mike Martin of Danville, Mackie Brock of Danville and Zachary Johnson of Stanford.

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