Jason Lambert of Michie, Tennessee, won the Bass Fishing League Mississippi Division tournament on Pickwick Lake Sunday with a two-day cumulative catch of 10 bass weighing 32 pounds, 10 ounces. For his efforts, Lambert won $9,086.


Claiming a 5th place finish in that same tournament was local angler Cal Clark, of Pulaski, who caught 10 bass weighing a total of 27 pounds-13 ounces, and winning $1,317 for his efforts.

Updated October 2, 2018


The Martin Methodist College Athletic Department is inviting the Giles County community to attend October’s RedHawk Athletic Luncheon Wednesday, October 3rd, at the Hickory House Restaurant.


October’s guest speaker is Pulaski native and emerging Sports Medicine professional, Zach Bailey. Bailey will speak to the group on “The Three Most Important Issues in Sports Medicine Today.”


Bailey, a 2015 Martin Methodist graduate, is nearing the conclusion of his Master of Science at the University of Idaho.


In addition to his education, Bailey has spent the better part of the last three years as a Physical Therapy Assistant and Sports Medicine Assistant.


Come join the RedHawks in the RedHawk Room at the Hickory House Restaurant for a social, fast-paced "power luncheon" with limited seating. The luncheon will conclude by 12:50 p.m

On The High School front Friday Night…


Giles County lost to East Nashville…58 to 27


Richland lost to Eagleville…49 to 20


Lawrence County Lost to Marshall County…29 to 8


Loretto topped Summertown…30 to 15


Lewis County beat Forrest…43 to 15


Columbia Academy beat Community…55 to 20


Spring Hill lost to Maple Wood…42 to 0


Mt Pleasant topped Huntland…29 to 21


Wayne County beat Hollow Rock…32 to 13


Collinwood lost to Huntingdon…42 to 0

The Laurel Hill Wildlife Management Area will be hosting a youth deer hunt October 13th and 14th.


Hunters age 6 to 16 will be eligible to hunt. They will be allowed to harvest one deer. All participants much be accompanied by a non-hunting adult.


No registration is required but they must comply with all fluorescent orange regulations.


Anyone 6 and older must have a Wildlife Management area permit or lifetimes license. Hunters 13 and older must have other applicable licenses.


Hunters 10 or older must had completed a hunter education class.


Laurel Hill Wildlife Management is off U.S. 64, between Lawrenceburg and Waynesboro.


For more information, call 931-762-5749.

Updated September 25, 2018


Jesus Quesada made one of the most impressive runs ever by a Martin Methodist Men’s Tennis performer over the weekend when he finished runner-up at the ITA Southeast Regionals.


Quesada, who entered the tournament as the #5 seed, won his first five matches before he entered Sunday’s title match.


Squaring off against fellow #5 seed Srdan Pejic, a sophomore from Union, Quesada fell 5-7, 6-4, 6-3 in the tightly-contested final.


“To get my senior year started off with a performance like this at Regionals is huge,” Quesada said. “Three years of training and long trips against quality competition is finally starting to pay off. I am very happy and proud of this appearance in the Regional Final. Both on a personal level and for Martin Methodist College.”


Quesada’s individual performance is among the best in Men’s Tennis program history.

On the High School Football Scorecard…


Giles County lost to Franklin County…38 to 30


Richland shutout Fayetteville…44 to 0


Lawrence County lost to Hardin County…45 to 7


Loretto beat East Hickman…62 to 13


Summertown lost to Collinwood…7 to 0


Mt Pleasant topped Wayne County…58 to 32


Spring Hill lost to Columbia…31 to 28


Marshal County lost to Pearl Cohn…35 to 12


Cornersville shutout Perry County…63 to 0

Updated September 19, 2018


Updated September 18, 2018