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