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After hosting the international championship tournaments for hearing-impaired tennis players this past week, Chattanooga's Champions Club will be the scene for local and state tennis competition this week.

Friday evening was a special one for Chattanooga Football Club forward Chris Ochieng. Why? Because he contributed.

The Honors Course felled one contender from the Southern Amateur on Friday, and Beau Hossler rose above the rest by at least two strokes heading into the final round today.

Only 18-year-old Jorge Garcia broke 70 on Friday during the third round of the Southern Amateur at The Honors Course.

Emily Hangstefer of Signal Mountain and Laura Chapman of Columbus, Ga., won Friday in singles against Spain, making doubles unnecessary, to get the United States to today's championship match in the Maere Cup international women's competition for hearing-impaired tennis players.

It's been less than a week since Beau Hossler has played in the final group after 36 holes of a significant amateur golf tournament.

Leo De Smedt refers to the Chattahooligans — a group of organized supporters for the Chattanooga Football Club — as the "12th man."

Options from the teeing ground used on No. 15 at The Honors Course for the first two rounds of the Southern Amateur are relatives to "slim and none."

Samantha Griffith defeated Linda Carter 4 and 3 in the championship-flight final of the 2014 Chattanooga Women's City golf tournament.

Racing at Boyd's Speedway normally has been on Saturdays this year, but the track returns to Friday action tonight with its sixth annual Sprint Car Mania program as part of the United Sprint Car Series "Outlaw Thunder" Tour.

As the first alternate from the Monday qualifier, former Walker Valley High School and Tennessee Wesleyan College golfer Cody Godfrey had two options in the Southern Amateur tournament at The Honors Course.

You never know what you'll see at The Honors Course — except beauty. That's the only guarantee.

While other youngsters were on swing sets and playground slides, Brandon Turner was on a baseball field.

Former Notre Dame High School star Adarius Bowman caught nine passes for 140 yards and three touchdowns as the Edmonton Eskimos beat the Ottawa Redblacks 27-11 last Friday, and tonight the Eskimos visit the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in a televised matchup of 3-0 Canadian Football League teams.

Rex Elmore Jr. has followed through on his notion of getting some of the old gang back together. Yes, the old gang. Not the over-the-hill gang.

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