JUVENILES ADMIT TO DAMAGING OLD SCHOOL
Mulberry Grove Police Chief Bob Sutton is reporting that three juvenile boys have admitted to damaging the old Mulberry Grove school. The owner of the building reported on August 21 that seventeen windows were broken. According to Sutton, no charges will be filed as the boys have agreed to pay for the damage and write letters of apology to the owner.
MONDAY (9/4) SPORTS
The Mulberry Grove Aces lost 15-0 to T-town on Thursday. The Aces were held to one hit, a single by Mitchell Lewis
The Comets lost 2-1 to T-town on Thursday. Greenville’s goal was scored by Lance Ward on an assist from Ryan Mulholland. Dillon Heitzig recorded seven saves in goal
Comet's Soccer tied St. Anthony 1 to 1 on Saturday. Greenville's goal was scored by Ryan Mulholland assisted by Adam Stroud. Dillon Heitzig had 6 saves in goal.
The Varsity Lady Comets lost 25-19, 25-23 to Marquette on Thursday. Crystal Clanton and Alyssa File each had 6 service points. Katy Gilmore and Heather Alford had 6 kills a piece. The JV Lady Comets won 25-16, 25-13. The freshman Lady Comets earned a 25-10, 25-20 win.
JAN NEVINGER LABOR DAY GOLF TOURNAMENT
After two days of competition players in the Jan Nevinger Labor Day Golf Tournament at the Greenville Country Club will be divided into five flights. Leading the Championship flight into today's final round are past Champions Scott Moore and Mike Chaney at two under par 142. Also at 142 Scott Teague. Tim Gerrig of Alhambra after posting a 69 on Saturday shot a 74 Sunday for a one under par total of 143. Two local Golfers Jason Knight of Greenville and Jim Odle of Litchfield are three back at 145. It should be an exciting finish and spectators are welcome today as some of the areas best golfers compete in this years Labor Day Classic at the Greenville Country Club.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
In Football Action over the weekend the Greenville Comets defeated Gillespie 48 to 12 and the Highland Bulldogs lost to Marion 28 to 7.