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Obituaries

William H. Waters, 89

Funeral services have been scheduled for 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mr. Waters, 89, of Lebanon. Born October 1, 1923 in the Tuckers Crossroads Community to the late William H. Waters Sr. and Nora Puryear Waters, he died Friday, Oct. 26, 2012.

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General News

Newspaper contributor Waters passes, service set Monday, October 29

Funeral services have been scheduled for 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mr. William H. Waters, 89, of Lebanon. Born October 1, 1923 in the Tuckers Crossroads Community to the late William H. Waters Sr. and Nora Puryear Waters, he died Friday, Oct. 26, 2012.

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General Sports

Bethel 32, Cumberland 30

MCKENZIE - Bethel scored two touchdowns in just over a minute in the third period to defeat 20th-ranked Cumberland, 32-30 Saturday at Wildcat Stadium. The loss all but eliminated the Bulldogs from earning a share of the Western Division title and with it -- a possible shot at the playoffs.

Bethels special teams played a huge part in the contest, with Jahron Reynolds running a kickoff back 97 yards for a touchdown and taking a punt back 56 yards in the third quarter, setting up the final points for the Wildcats (6-3, 4-0 Mid-South West Division).

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CU women win Sunday's opener

LEBANON - Cumberland posted a 16-2 run highlighted by seven points from newcomer TaCouya Allen during an eight-minute stretch in the second half en route to a 65-41 victory over Lindenwood-Belleville in the season opener Sunday at the Dallas Floyd Recreation Center.

The Bulldogs led 30-21 at the half despite shooting just 31 percent from the field, but CUs defense was constant throughout, forcing 32 turnovers by the Lynx (0-2), which turned into 30 points for Cumberland.

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Four locals learn playoff pairings

FCS EARNS 1ST-ROUND BYE IN 2A --
Wilson County will send four football teams into the TSSAA postseason playoffs -- two in Class 6A and two more in Class 2A.

Defending Class 2A state champion Friendship Christian School finished the regular season 9-1 and earned a first round bye in the playoffs.

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