Senior Olympics competitors
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Other Bedford County residents competing in the 2012 summer games, but not pictured are:
Cory Hartbarger, who won gold medals in the men's 85 plus discus and softball throws. He also won a silver medal in the javelin throw.
Deborah Lamb, who won a gold medal in the women's 50 plus three point shooting.
JoAnn Bills, who won a gold medal in the women's 65 plus hot shot shooting and a bronze medal in the three point shooting.
Ken Crowell, who took silver in men's 75 plus golf.
Bonnie Hill took fourth place in the women's 65 plus badminton singles.
Delphie and Eugene Burraham (65 plus) and Diane Woodson and Branton Tucker (60 plus) competed in the bowling mixed doubles.
The Bedford County Babes women's 50 plus basketball team took the bronze in this year's games. Competing members of the team are (from left) Bertha Stewart, Deborah Lamb, Mary Jo Cartwright, Sandy Schaffer, Emily Campbell, Sherri Rambo, and Carol Jean. Not Pictured: Coaches Gloria and Kayla Bryant.
Members of the Bedford County men's 55 plus basketball team that competed in the 2012 Senior Games are (from left) Sam Houston, Terry Adams, Charlie Smith, Kevin Smith, and James Harden. Not pictured: Edward Green and Dennis Overstreet.
Susie Henderson competed in several events during this year's State Games. She won a bronze medal in Women's 60 plus 5K Cycling, silver medals in 100 meter run, 50 meter run, and 1500 meter race walk, and a gold medal in the power walk. Susie also competed with Dianne Woodson in women's 60 plus bowling doubles.
Competing members of the Bedford County men's 50 plus basketball team are (From left) Mark Villarino, Kevin Smith, Joe Hord, and Sam Perkins.
The Bedford County Mini-Paws Women's Senior Softball Team will compete at the Tennessee Senior Olympics Aug. 24-25. Teams members are (Front row, from left) Bertha Stewart, Jerri Lynn Smith, and Margie Davidson; (Back row, from left) Camille Bell, Mary Ward, Darlene Clevenger, Jeanne Kurth, Jill Pigg, Rose Ponder, Diane Hall, and Coach Robert Martin. Not Pictured: Amy Campbell, Betty Coats, Cheri Kyle, Jackie Hamlin, Jett Rippy, Kimberly Brown-Bailey, and Yvonne McChristian.
Marie Faris competed in Women's 70 plus bowling singles and won a silver medal. She also competed in the 70 plus bowling doubles with Delphie Burraham and won a bronze medal.