“I like it when there’s still something to play for this late in the season,” said Campbell Football Coach Justin Price just before practice started Wednesday afternoon. Had the Cougars defeated Clinton last Friday night, they would be playing for seeding this Friday night. Now the Orange-n-Blue are just fighting to make a sixth straight post season appearance.Price says a win will do it. Though should Campbell fall to West and Karns defeat Clinton, the Cougars will still make the playoffs. A West win and a Clinton win will do the Cougars in.West has been very competitive but has not been able to closeout games. Price adds that they know how to win.The Rebels are 3 & 6 while Campbell is 4 & 5. Each team is 2 & 3 in the region.West kept Campbell at bay last October on Bill Wilson Field. The Rebs won 27 to 20.Coverage over the WLAF – B & M Tires Sports Network begins Friday at 7:00 pm over AM 1450, FM 100.9 and 1450wlaf.com. The Cougars on WLAF are brought to you by these outstanding corporate partners: Alco Builders and Realty – Tracy Lobertini, B & M Tires, Byrge Screen Printing, Charley’s Pizza, Community Trust Bank, Cumberland Gap Medical, Doyle’s Tire Shop, E.E. Hill & Son Insurance, Fazoli’s, First National Bank, Grace Rehab, Gray Insurance – Nationwide, Lace to Pearls, LUB, Norris Lake Insurance – Travis Thompson, PCUD, Peoples Bank of the South, Representative Dennis Powers, Rice Oil – Marathon, Riggs Drug Jacksboro – Chuck Wells, Senator Ken Yager, State Farm Agent Tabatha Smith, TCAT – Jacksboro, Terry’s Pharmacy, United Cumberland Bank, Valley Roofing. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 10/25/2018-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitter
Youngster, Ravindra Harry stormed off with the Demerara Distillers’ Limited-sponsored, El Dorado Golf Classic on Saturday at the Lusignan Golf Course after finishing with the best net score of the day. Playing on the lush greenery, Harry was classed in the ‘B’ Flight with 10-18 handicap where he bested second placed Faizal Haniff (68/15) and Paton George (68/18) by just one stroke after completing the course with a score of 67/16. In that Flight, Philbert London (70/18), Ayube Subhan (72/14) and George Bulkan (73/16) also performed exceptional.Meanwhile in the ‘A’ Flight 0-9 handicap, Jaipaul Suknanan (71/9) stunned 10-time Guyana Open Champion, Avinash Persaud who settled for second with 71/2 while Patrick Prashad (71/9) finished in third and veteran, Mike Mangal ending in fourth with 71/8 after a four-way tie.Also, in the ‘C’ Flight, Gavin Todd with 69/19 reigned supreme over Imtiaz Subhan (70/19) and Videsh Persaud (71/28) in second and third respectively. Brian Hackett secured fourth with 72/23 while Shanella London ended with 73/15. Former Deputy Mayor, Alfred Mentore copped the longest drive while Satrohan Tiwari won the nearest to the pin and Persaud walked away with the best gross.