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In­vi­ta­tional will also be giv­ing back to the com­mu­nity in a unique and fun way. Dur­ing PBR week in Chat­tanooga, Crock­ett Pow­er­sports will present the First An­nual “Cow­boys and He­roes Pa­triot Ride” mo­tor­cy­cle ride on Thurs­day, April 20th, which will hon­ors United States mil­i­tary ser­vice men and women, vet­er­ans, po­lice and fire depart­ment mem­bers.

All mo­tor­cy­cle clubs, mo­tor­cy­cle fans and riders, ser­vice men and women, vet­er­ans, po­lice and fire­fight­ers are in­vited to par­tic­i­pate. The ride will be­gin at 5 p.m. at Crock­ett Pow­er­sports and cul­mi­nate at Spare Time En­ter­tain­ment where, fol­low­ing a spe­cial pre­sen­ta­tion to Chat­tanooga’s he­roes, par­tic­i­pants and fans will have the op­por­tu­nity to mix and min­gle and par­tic­i­pate in con­tests with the stars of the night.

There is no fee to par­tic­i­pate but a sug­gested do­na­tion of $20 per per­son will be col­lected and given to Chat­tanooga’s For­got­ten Child Fund in honor of the city’s he­roes.

“We are work­ing hard to bring a premier event to Chat­tanooga that both caters to the fans and con­trib­utes to the city,” Willing­ham said. “The tal­ent is world class in both the bull riders and the bulls. Fans are go­ing to feel like they’ve been treated with the best PBR has to of­fer. We also have great part­ners this year that are help­ing to make this pos­si­ble and bring the very best for the fans and the city.”

Tick­ets start at just $15 and can be pur­chased at tick­et­tracks.com or at the McKen­zie Arena Box Of­fice. The ac­tion be­gins at 7:30 p.m. both Fri­day and Satur­day nights. coach sin­gled out Dy­lan Parker and Mali Davis for their de­fen­sive play and ap­pre­ci­ated the ef­forts of Lake John­son in goal.

On Thurs­day, the Lady War­riors coasted to a win over the Lady Mus­tangs be­hind two goals apiece from Sul­li­van and Syd­nee Brown. Lev­er­rett as­sisted on the first three goals and found the net her­self in the sec­ond half. Ev­lyn Woody also had an as­sist.

Head coach Traye Carpenter praised the de­fen­sive ef­forts of Mija Ko­jic, Isis Cantrell and Shaili Pa­tel.

Her­itage boys 11, Sad­dle Ridge 1

The Gen­er­als got four goals from Kevin Ho and two each from Bradley Cass and Stephen Scott in a home win over the Mus­tangs last Mon­day.

Liam Smartt, Chip­per Grayson and Tip­ton Smartt all found the net once, while Smartt, Ho, Stephen Scott and Alex Bed­well were cred­ited with as­sists for the Gen­er­als, who im­proved to 6-1 on the sea­son.

Max Bow­man scored an early goal to ac­count for the Mus­tangs’ of­fense.

The girls’ match was post­poned due to weather. A makeup date had not yet been an­nounced as of press time.

Her­itage Mid­dle School high jumper Eli Owens clears the bar dur­ing a meet held at Ridge­land High School last week. (Ca­toosa County News photo/Scott Herpst) Lake­view girls 5, Sad­dle Ridge 0

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