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B-4 Tuesday, February 10, 2015
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Connecticut’s Kia Nurse, center, is fouled by South Carolina’s
Alaina Coates, left, as A'ja Wilson, right, defends during the first
half of an NCAA college basketball game, Monday, in Storrs,
Conn.
No. 2 UConn routs
No. 1 South Carolina
STORRS, Conn. (AP) UConn left no doubt who
the best team in the country
is.
Kaleena
MosquedaLewis scored 23 points and
Breanna Stewart added 22
to help No. 2 UConn beat
top-ranked South Carolina
87-62 on Monday night.
"I think it speaks for
itself," Stewart said.
Still, there is a lot of basketball left to be played
before the Final Four in
Tampa this year. And,
coach Geno Auriemma
knows that he could see the
Gamecocks again.
"I think this was one
night, one game in
February," Auriemma said.
"They are going to be playing deep into the NCAA
tournament. I told Dawn
(Staley), I hope we play
them in Tampa. That would
be pretty special."
This was the 54th meeting between the top two
teams in the nation, and the
20th time that the Huskies
have been involved in that
matchup. They improved to
17-3 in those games.
Moriah Jefferson had 16
points for the Huskies (231), who improved to 17-3
in matchups between the
top two teams in the poll.
The teams traded baskets
early and South Carolina
(22-1) led 18-15 7½ min-
utes in before UConn took
over. The Huskies scored
the next 13 points to blow
the game open. Jefferson
got it started with a threepoint play. Morgan Tuck
and
Mosqueda-Lewis
added 3-pointers as UConn
led 28-18.
Bianca Cuevas hit a
floater with 8:48 left to end
the drought for South
Carolina, but it was shortlived. The Huskies scored
the next eight to take command.
"We played unbelievably
well, played great on
defense," Auriemma said.
The Huskies led by 16 at
the half and South Carolina
could only get within 10
the rest of the way.
Aleighsa Welch and
Tiffany Mitchell each
scored 17 to lead the
Gamecocks.
"We're not stunned. This
is no way, shape or form
the defining point in our
season," Welch said. "We
have to evaluate the film,
ourselves. Learn from it
and move on."
This game had been
highly anticipated since it
was the 54th meeting of
The Associated Press
women's basketball poll's
top teams.
Not even a blizzard that
dropped around a foot of
snow in the area could keep
fans away. Students arrived
more than two hours before
the game started to get in
their seats where T-shirts
awaited with the phrase
"Basketball Capital of the
World" adorning the front.
Even the 600 fans who
couldn't make it turned in
their tickets so that students
on campus could attend to
make this game a sellout.
This was the first on-campus sellout for UConn
since last season's senior
day.
"I can't say enough about
all the fans that braved the
elements to come out here.
That's pretty special,"
Auriemma said.
It's not often that UConn
has hosted a No. 1 team in
the nation. Usually, it's the
Huskies who are the top
team in the country. South
Carolina has been No. 1 in
the poll the last 12 weeks
since UConn suffered its
only loss of the season at
Stanford.
Assuming the Huskies
can beat Tulane on
Saturday, they will reclaim
the No. 1 position in the
poll. That's not too much of
a stretch to believe since
UConn has won its conference games this season by
nearly 50 points a game.
With about a minute left,
the student section started
chanting, "We're No. 1."
Cook helps No. 4 Duke hold
off Florida State’s upset bid
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.
(AP) - Mike Krzyzewski
has seen how this grueling
stretch has affected his
Duke team: three wins in
six days.
And he has also seen the
Blue Devils go from struggling in Atlantic Coast
Conference play after
back-to-back losses to
North Carolina State and
Miami in mid-January to
winning eight of their last
nine.
"My team has been
through
the
ringer,"
Krzyzewski said after No.
4 Duke held off Florida
State 73-70 on Monday
night. "They've come out
pretty well. Winning all but
one of those. We have to
get a little bit refreshed
right now."
Duke deserves the break.
Especially after a close call
against Florida State.
Quinn Cook scored a
season-high 26 points and
Jahlil Okafor was 5 of 5
from the floor in the second
half and finished with 13
points against Florida
State. Tyus Jones added 16
points, 12 assists and six
rebounds for Duke (21-3,
8-3
Atlantic
Coast
Conference), which won its
fourth straight.
But this one came with
some last-minute drama.
Florida State pulled
within one at 70-69 as
Xavier
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drove the lane for a layup
after dribbling under the
basket with 11 seconds to
go. But the Seminoles
couldn't close the gap any
further in the final seconds.
Devon Bookert scored a
career-high 23 points for
FSU (13-12, 5-7 ACC).
Bookert shot 6 of 8, but
was fouled twice in the
closing seconds before he
was able to get a shot off.
Bookert made just 1 of 4
free throws in the final seconds, including a last
attempt that he intentionally missed but Cook
rebounded.
"Like most great teams,
they found a way to
counter every surge that
we made," Florida State
coach Leonard Hamilton
said.
While the Seminoles
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first half, holding him to
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free throws in eight minutes, he broke out in the
second half.
He had eight points in
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Okafor has scored in
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Duke shot 23 of 51 (45.1
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"Our guys are a little bit
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Montay Brandon added
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second half. The Seminoles
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from the floor.
Michael Ojo had a
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice To Creditors
As Required By
TCA 30-2-306
IN RE: Estate of
Rita Estella Mills
Hamblen Chancery
Case No
2015-PR-14
Notice is hereby
given that on the
23th day of January, 2015, Letters
of Testamentary,
or of Administration, in respect to
the Estate of Rita
Estella Mills who
died January 10,
2015, were issued
to the undersigned
by the Chancery
Court of Hamblen
County, TN. All
persons, resident
& non - resident,
having claims, matured or unmatured, against the
estate are required
to file the same
with the Clerk of
the above named
Court within the
earlier of: (1)(a)
four months from
the date of first
publication of this
Notice if the creditor received an actual copy of such
notice at least 60
days before the
date that is four
months from the
date of first publication; or (b) 60
days from the date
the creditor received an actual
copy of the notice,
if the creditor received the copy of
the notice less
than 60 days prior
to the date that is
four months from
the date of first
publication; or (2)
twelve
months
from
the
decedent’s date of
death, otherwise
their claims will be
forever barred.
CITIZEN TRIBUNE
504 Coordinator, at
581-3067.
RUN DATE:
2/10/15, 2/11/15,
& 2/12/15
PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice To Creditors
As Required By
TCA 30-2-306
IN RE: Estate of
Jean S. Skinner
Hamblen Chancery
Case No
2015-PR-17
Notice is hereby
given that on the
2nd day of February, 2015, Letters
of Testamentary,
or of Administration, in respect to
the Estate of Jean
S. Skinner who died
December 29, 2014,
were issued to the
undersigned by the
Chancery Court of
Hamblen County,
TN. All persons,
resident & non resident,
having
claims, matured or
unmatured, against
the estate are required to file the
same
with the
Clerk of the above
named
Court
within the earlier
of:
(1)(a)
four
months from the
date of first publication of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual
copy of such notice at least 60
days before the
date that is four
months from the
date of first publication; or (b) 60
days from the date
the creditor received an actual
copy of the notice,
if the creditor received the copy of
the notice less
than 60 days prior
to the date that is
four months from
the date of first
publication; or (2)
twelve
months
This 23th day of from
the
January, 2015.
decedent’s date of
death, otherwise
Charles J. Mills /
their claims will be
J.A. Bewley
forever barred.
Executor /
Administrator
This 2nd day of
Ronald Perkins
February, 2015.
Attorney
Katherine
Anthony F. Skinner
Jones-Terry
Executor /
Clerk & Master
Administrator
C. Dwaine Evans
Run Dates:
Attorney
2/10/2015 & 2/17/2015
Katherine
Jones-Terry
Clerk & Master
PUBLIC NOTICE
The
Hamblen
County
School
System has a duty
to locate, evaluate,
and identify any
child residing in
the
district,
whether attending
public school or
not, who qualifies
for IDEA special
education services
or Section 504 ADA
accommodations
or services. Children with disabilities eligible for
IDEA
special
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those
children,
ages 3 through 22,
who have autism,
deaf-blindness, developmental delay,
emotional/behavioral disability, hearing impairment, intellectual disability,
multiply disabilities, orthopedic impairment,
other
health impairment,
specific learning
disability, speech
or language impairment,
traumatic brain injury,
visual impairment,
or functional delay
who, because of
such an impairment, need special
education
services. If you suspect your child has
one of the above
mentioned disabilities or are aware of
a child that may require
special
education
services, please contact Leigh Ann
Mills, HCBOE Child
Find Coordinator,
at 581-3067. Children eligible for
Section 504 accommodations or
services include
those children who
have a physical or
mental impairment
that substantially
limits a major life
activity. If you suspect your child has
a disability or are
aware of a child
with a disability
who may require
504
services,
please
contact
Amy
Mitchell,
HCBOE
Section
Run Dates:
2/10/2015 & 2/17/2015
PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice To Creditors
As Required By
TCA 30-2-306
IN RE: Estate of
Warren L.
Graves Sr.
Hamblen Chancery
Case No
2015-PR-16
Notice is hereby
given that on the
2nd day of February, 2015, Letters
of Testamentary,
or of Administration, in respect to
the Estate of Warren L. Graves Sr.
who died December 29, 2014, were
issued to the undersigned by the
Chancery Court of
Hamblen County,
TN. All persons,
resident & non resident,
having
claims, matured or
unmatured, against
the estate are required to file the
same
with the
Clerk of the above
named
Court
within the earlier
of:
(1)(a)
four
months from the
date of first publication of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual
copy of such notice at least 60
days before the
date that is four
months from the
date of first publication; or (b) 60
days from the date
the creditor received an actual
copy of the notice,
if the creditor received the copy of
the notice less
than 60 days prior
to the date that is
four months from
the date of first
publication; or (2)
twelve
months
from
the
decedent’s date of
death, otherwise
their claims will be
forever barred.
This 2nd day of
February, 2015.
Warren Lancelot
Graves II / Dea
Graves Goldy
Executor /
Administrator
James W. Harrison
Attorney
Katherine
Jones-Terry
Clerk & Master
Run Dates:
2/10/2015 & 2/17/2015
PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice To Creditors
As Required By
TCA 30-2-306
IN RE: Estate of
Edward Trent Jr.
Hamblen Chancery
Case No
2015-PR-18
Notice is hereby
given that on the
2nd day of February, 2015, Letters
of Testamentary,
or of Administration, in respect to
the Estate of Edward Trent Jr. who
died September 14,
2014, were issued
to the undersigned
by the Chancery
Court of Hamblen
County, TN. All
persons, resident
& non - resident,
having claims, matured or unmatured, against the
estate are required
to file the same
with the Clerk of
the above named
Court within the
earlier of: (1)(a)
four months from
the date of first
publication of this
Notice if the creditor received an actual copy of such
notice at least 60
days before the
date that is four
months from the
date of first publication; or (b) 60
days from the date
the creditor received an actual
copy of the notice,
if the creditor received the copy of
the notice less
than 60 days prior
to the date that is
four months from
the date of first
publication; or (2)
twelve
months
from
the
decedent’s date of
death, otherwise
their claims will be
forever barred.
This 2nd day of
February, 2015.
Lena Trent
Executor /
Administrator
Christpher Capps
Attorney
Katherine
Jones-Terry
Clerk & Master
Run Dates:
2/10/2015 & 2/17/2015
PUBLIC NOTICE
In The
Chancery Court
Of Hamblen Co. TN
Ricky C. Dibble
-VSFloyd Alan Jude,
Alice Faye Sudduth,
Shelly Vanderlin,
Betty Harrison,
Unknown heirs of
Floyd Jude
(decesed)
Cause No
2015-CV-26
TO: Floyd Alan
Jude, etal, a Non Resident of the
state of Tennessee.
It appearing from
the complaint filed
in
this
cause,
which is sworn to,
that you are a non resident of the
State of Tennessee
so that ordinary
summons cannot
be served upon
you; you are therefore commanded
to serve on Scott A.
Hodge, Plantiff’s
Attorney,
whose
address is 502 N.
Jackson
Street,
Morristown,
TN
37814 an answer to
the complaint filed
against you in this
cause within 30
days from the fourth
publication of this
notice as required
by law; otherwise
judgment by default will be taken
against you.
It is further ordered
that this notice appear in the CITIZEN
TRIBUNE for four
consecutive weeks.
This 27th day of
January, 2015.
Kathy Jones Terry
Clerk & Master
Runs: 2/10/2015,
2/17/2015, 2/24/2015,
3/3/2015
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423-235-9321.
Hours:
Monday-Friday
8:00 – 5:00
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P.O. Box 155
Russellville, TN
37860-0155
BUSINESS CARD DIRECTORY
2 F/T Positions
available in busy
eye doctor office.
Will do on job
training. Ref.
Req’d. Pay based
on experience.
Send Resume to:
A-8572
c/o CitizenTribune
P.O. Box 625
Morristown, TN
37815
24 Hours a Day!!!
7 Days A Week!!!
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And Click on
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Digital Graphic Exp.
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ONLY $14
Per Insertion & Will Include
Citizen Tribune Which Appears Every Tuesday
The EZ Shopper Which Prints Every Wednesday
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