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THE HARTCOUNTY NEWS-HERALD print@jpinews.com , i ovember 17,2016 B1 For ALL your construction, renovation, home maintenance, and electrical needs. Chloe Underwood, 12 performed at Legrande's Annual Veterans Day Celebration on November 11. Underwood has been singing since she was 2. She is booked to per- form at The Lincoln Jamboree in Hodgenville on Novem- ber 26th and then she will perform at WKU on January 21st 2017. Chloe Underwood, daughter of Kenny and Wendy Under- wood, recently was invited to sing The National Anthem for Western Kentucky University Women and Men's bas- ketball games. Chloe said,"The experience was very hum- bling since this was held on Veterans Day and I was very proud and encouraged by all who serve our country. ME 63960 Rodney Peters CE 64115 Licensed & Insured LadyRaider: By Rowdy Raider The Lady Raiders bas- ketball team is working hard to get ready for its first game of the season at home on Tuesday No- vember 29 against Beth- lehem. The Raiders will welcome John Burd back to the bench as the new head coach for the Raid- ers. Angle Craddock will be the assistant and Mary Lou Scott will be the freshman coach. The Raiders are experi, enced with seniors this year who have been on the varsity since the 8th grade. Coach Burd ex- pects his team to be bet- ter shooters than last year and develop a strong in- side game as well. Char- ity Burd, Mahailey Bru- ton, and Shae Cram will be the long shooters for the Raiders. When they are covered up Mary Beth Scott and Brooklyn Sal- lee will post up to make it hard on the opposing team. Chelsea Hatcher and Jalyn Lucas will also play the post position for the Raiders. tournament. The Raiders are working hard on their passing and dribbling to have few turnovers in the game. Coach Burd feels that Green County will be the team to beat in the district and he sees E-Town and Nelson the other power houses in the region. ADDITIONS BATHROOMS DECKS SIDING WINDOWS TILE GUTTERS LAMINATE ROOFREPAIR PLUMBING E CAL FOUNDATIONS liETAINERWAILS NEW CONSTUCTION FREE ESTIMATES Serving Barren, Hart, Metcalfe, Monroe, Allen, and Warren Counties. Pressure on the ball will be the defensive strategy as Natalie Poynter and Josie Gugginsberg will hope to make it hard on the opponents to get the ball up court. Preslea Mabe and Hailey Wilson also will give the Raiders strength offthe bench. With the depth of the Raiders, Coach Burd hopes to get the Raid- ers back to the regional Cavema High School Bowling Coach Special to Hart County News-Herald Amanda Nut-t, 31, is the new Bowling Coach at Caverna High School. She previously taught at WKU in the Math Depart- ment for 3 years. This is her first year at Cavema and she said she is very excited to be able to take on the position of Bowling Coach. "I have bowled in leagues since 2007 and Ben Jessie was the person who taught me everything I know about bowling and how it relates to Geometry. I went to Nationals in 2008 hosted in Albuquerque, NM. My current bowl- ing average is a 147 as of 11/11/2016 USBC. "I'm currently enrolled at WKU for their Education- al Leadership Doctoral Program and plan to com- plete it in December of 2017." Little League Hart County little league basketball has added an additional signup day. Please make every attempt to sign up during this last siguup day. Monday No- vember 21 5:30-6:30 Hart County High School Gym.