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Divorces, Dec. 28, 2014

Holden Lee Swann and Marisa Frances Dinicola, Nov. 25, 2014.

Brian Chandler Appel and Sarah Shelton Appel, Dec. 18, 2014.

Kimberly Dale Vicain and William Gilbert Vician, Dec. 18, 2014.

Savannah R. Rowell and Jason E. Rowell, Dec. 15, 2014.

Laura Christine Sheedy and Stephen Daniel Woodfin, Dec. 16, 2014.

Robert S. Hagler Jr. and Shari Lynne Hagler, Dec. 12, 2014.

Jennifer A. Mullins and Finley G. Cornett, Dec. 11, 2014.

Jasmine Christine Miller and Justin Robert Miller, Dec. 17, 2014.

Michael Santana and Rebecca E. Santana, Dec. 12, 2014.

Patricia J. McLendon and Walter G. McLendon, Dec. 18, 2014.

Catherine Tamara Tindall and Andrew Bret Tindall, Dec. 14, 2014.

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Powerball - 12/27/2014

Georgia Lottery - Sat, 12/27/2014 11:00 PM
07-10-11-14-36 Powerball: 15 Power Play: 2X Estimated Jackpot: $120 Million
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Fantasy 5 - 12/27/2014

Georgia Lottery - Sat, 12/27/2014 11:00 PM
09-14-24-25-34 Estimated Jackpot: $100,000
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Educated Guesses Week 16: Let's go bowling

ScottMichaux.com - Sat, 12/27/2014 12:33 AM
By Scott Michaux

The bowl season has never really generated much interest or intrigue. Half the teams always seem too disinterested or out of form after a few weeks taking exams, eating holiday treats and acting like tourists in exotic locales like Shreveport, Louisiana, or Boise, Idaho.

 

About the only compelling thing so far was the freak Hail Mary and 3 Laterals play by Central Michigan at the end of the inaugural Popeyes Bahamas Bowl. Of course the Chippewas got greedy trying for two and lost anyway to Western Kentucky, but the 34-point rally was fun while it lasted.

 

With more than have the teams in D-1A playing in bowls, the word meaningless has lost its meaning. There are only two games (plus one) that matter, and the only thing really important is that karma finally steps up and gives Jameis Winston the punishment he deserves.

 

Transcripts of the mock tribunal that absolved Florida State of ever standing up to do the right thing were nauseating.

 

The victim who accused Winston of sexual assault in 2012 spoke loud and clear:

 

“I remember being raped,” she said. “I remember pleading with him to stop clearly. I remember one of his friends telling him to stop and saying, ‘She is saying no clearly.’ I remember those thing as clearly as they were in 2012.”

 

Winston was a little less convincing. How did he know she was consenting to have sex with him after he carried her into a bathroom and locked the door?

 

“Moaning,” was his response, one of the few answers he offered in his ongoing evasion.

 

Since there is clearly no justice in Tallahassee, Fla., lets all just hope Oregon can deliver some small measure of it on the field at the Rose Bowl against the increasingly vile Seminoles.

 

Here’s my bowl guesses. Chances are slimmer than usual in the silly season when you never know which team will show up and care:

 

ORANGE BOWL: Georgia Tech vs. Mississippi State: Triple option offense is notoriously dreadful after long layoffs against better prepared foes. BULLDOGS 35, YELLOW JACKETS 24.

 

RUSSELL ATHLETIC BOWL: Clemson vs. Oklahoma: Okies are favored. I have no idea why. TIGERS 31, SOONERS 21.

 

BELK BOWL: Georgia vs. Louisville: Who would have predicted Todd Grantham would be coordinating at Bulldogs’ bowl and Mike Bobo would not? BULLDOGS 27, CARDINALS 14.

 

INDEPENDENCE BOWL: South Carolina vs. Miami: Pretty sure nobody wants to be where these middling teams are – Shreveport. HURRICANES 38, GAMECOCKS 35.

 

SUGAR BOWL: Alabama vs. Ohio State: Saban vs. Urban. SEC prevails. It must. CRIMSON TIDE 38, BUCKEYES 28.

 

ROSE BOWL: Florida State vs. Oregon: If there is a football god, this won’t even be close. DUCKS 39, SEMINOLES 28.

 

PEACH BOWL: Ole Miss vs. TCU: Beating third best team in SEC West is paramount to future hopes of complaining about playoff snub. HORNED FROGS 24, REBELS 21.

 

COTTON BOWL: Baylor vs. Michigan State: See TCU gripe parameters above if you want to sustain Big 12 indignation. SPARTANS 31, BEARS 21.

 

OUTBACK BOWL: Auburn vs. Wisconsin: If you can’t beat LSU in August, no way you stop Nick Marshall in January. TIGERS 42, Badgers 35.

 

CITRUS BOWL: Missouri vs. Minnesota: Neither of these teams beat Indiana this year ... only because B10 mate didn’t play Hoosiers. GOPHERS 28, Tigers 20.

 

ALAMO BOWL: Kansas State vs. UCLA: This may be the Big 12’s most winnable significant game. WILDCATS 35, Knights 24.

 

LAST WEEK: 7-4

Winners: Alabama, Oregon, Baylor, TCU, Boise State, Marshall, Northern Illinois.

Losers: Georgia Tech, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, East Carolina.

 

Year-to-date record: 111-54 (.673)

 

2013 record: 126-50 (.716)

 

2012 record: 117-48 (.709)

 

2011 record: 115-51 (.693)

 

2010 record: 97-49 (.664)

 

 

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Mega Millions - 12/26/2014

Georgia Lottery - Fri, 12/26/2014 11:00 PM
02-05-10-20-38 Mega Ball: 14 Megaplier: 3X Estimated Jackpot: $172 Million
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Fantasy 5 - 12/26/2014

Georgia Lottery - Fri, 12/26/2014 11:00 PM
01-11-23-34-36 Estimated Jackpot: $100,000
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Monopoly Millionaires' Club - 12/26/2014

Georgia Lottery - Fri, 12/26/2014 11:00 PM
16-17-25-31-51 Property Number: 22 - Marvin Gardens Estimated Jackpot: $25 Million
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Fantasy 5 - 12/25/2014

Georgia Lottery - Thu, 12/25/2014 11:00 PM
02-07-10-33-39 Estimated Jackpot: $539,000
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Powerball - 12/24/2014

Georgia Lottery - Wed, 12/24/2014 11:00 PM
11-12-46-47-50 Powerball: 22 Power Play: 4X Estimated Jackpot: $110 Million
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Fantasy 5 - 12/24/2014

Georgia Lottery - Wed, 12/24/2014 11:00 PM
04-18-26-28-36 Estimated Jackpot: $373,000
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Police Blotter, Dec. 24, 2014

Latest News from Columbia County News-Times - Wed, 12/24/2014 12:25 AM

The following accounts were taken from Columbia County Sheriff’s Office incident reports:

Road rage leads to gun, threats

A man said another motorist threatened him with a gun at a local Starbucks.

The 47-year-old man said Thursday that he was driving on Washington Road at about 6 p.m. when a black Maserati cut him off. Both drivers parked in the Starbucks parking lot at Mullins Crossing. The man said he approached the Maserati driver and said, “That’s a nice car. You might not want to drive it like that.” The man said as he walked away, the Maserati driver approached him, stuck a gun in his face and asked if there was a problem. He said he called 911 after the other driver continued to follow and curse at him.

The man’s nephew, who was in the truck, said he assumed his uncle knew the other driver. He saw the driver get out of the Maserati with a pistol and wave it around. A deputy stopped the driver of the Maserati as he left. He did have a .380 pistol in a case he was carrying, but a round was not in the chamber. They secured it in the man’s vehicle. He told the deputy that he merged in front of the man’s truck on Washington Road. He said the truck driver continued to tailgate him all the way to Starbucks.

He then approached him threatening, yelling and cussing. The driver of the Maserati said he felt threatened and warned the driver of the truck that he had a gun. When he continued to yell, the Maserati driver said he pulled his gun, but never pointed it at anyone. Due to conflicting statements, no one was charged.

Burglar leaves a plastic flower

A Grovetown man called police Thursday after he said a burglar left a token in his home.

The 32-year-old man said someone pried open his front door overnight. The burglar stole his TV. The wall behind the television appeared to have been punched in. The burglar put a plastic rose in the cracks in the wall.

Evans teacher is threatened

An Evans High School teacher called authorities Friday evening after receiving threats from who he said is one of his students.

The 35-year-old teacher said a man called his cell phone at about 9:15 p.m. and threatened to kill him. The phone rang a second time and the teacher let it go to voicemail. The caller left a message calling him names.

The teacher said he recognized the voice as belonging to one of his students.

Stranger points rifle at couple A couple called deputies Sunday evening after they said a stranger pointed a rifle at them.

The couple said they took a wrong turn onto Harbor Pointe Drive in Appling just after midnight. They saw a man in a silver truck at the end of the road. When they attempted to turn around, the couple said the truck blocked them. The truck driver got out of the truck, pointed a rifle at them and asked what they were doing there. The truck driver told them to leave because it was private property. Deputies were not able to find the truck.

Decorations are positioned sexually

An Evans woman said Sunday that someone posed her Christmas decorations in sexually explicit positions.

The 73-year-old woman said that someone came onto her property overnight and stacked the decorations on top of other decorations in sexually provocative positions.

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Police Blotter, Dec. 24, 2014

The following accounts were taken from Columbia County Sheriff’s Office incident reports:

Road rage leads to gun, threats

A man said another motorist threatened him with a gun at a local Starbucks.

The 47-year-old man said Thursday that he was driving on Washington Road at about 6 p.m. when a black Maserati cut him off. Both drivers parked in the Starbucks parking lot at Mullins Crossing. The man said he approached the Maserati driver and said, “That’s a nice car. You might not want to drive it like that.” The man said as he walked away, the Maserati driver approached him, stuck a gun in his face and asked if there was a problem. He said he called 911 after the other driver continued to follow and curse at him.

The man’s nephew, who was in the truck, said he assumed his uncle knew the other driver. He saw the driver get out of the Maserati with a pistol and wave it around. A deputy stopped the driver of the Maserati as he left. He did have a .380 pistol in a case he was carrying, but a round was not in the chamber. They secured it in the man’s vehicle. He told the deputy that he merged in front of the man’s truck on Washington Road. He said the truck driver continued to tailgate him all the way to Starbucks.

He then approached him threatening, yelling and cussing. The driver of the Maserati said he felt threatened and warned the driver of the truck that he had a gun. When he continued to yell, the Maserati driver said he pulled his gun, but never pointed it at anyone. Due to conflicting statements, no one was charged.

Burglar leaves a plastic flower

A Grovetown man called police Thursday after he said a burglar left a token in his home.

The 32-year-old man said someone pried open his front door overnight. The burglar stole his TV. The wall behind the television appeared to have been punched in. The burglar put a plastic rose in the cracks in the wall.

Evans teacher is threatened

An Evans High School teacher called authorities Friday evening after receiving threats from who he said is one of his students.

The 35-year-old teacher said a man called his cell phone at about 9:15 p.m. and threatened to kill him. The phone rang a second time and the teacher let it go to voicemail. The caller left a message calling him names.

The teacher said he recognized the voice as belonging to one of his students.

Stranger points rifle at couple A couple called deputies Sunday evening after they said a stranger pointed a rifle at them.

The couple said they took a wrong turn onto Harbor Pointe Drive in Appling just after midnight. They saw a man in a silver truck at the end of the road. When they attempted to turn around, the couple said the truck blocked them. The truck driver got out of the truck, pointed a rifle at them and asked what they were doing there. The truck driver told them to leave because it was private property. Deputies were not able to find the truck.

Decorations are positioned sexually

An Evans woman said Sunday that someone posed her Christmas decorations in sexually explicit positions.

The 73-year-old woman said that someone came onto her property overnight and stacked the decorations on top of other decorations in sexually provocative positions.

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Athlete Spotlight for Wednesday, December 24, 2014.

Latest News from Columbia County News-Times - Wed, 12/24/2014 12:08 AM

If the stats were for another person, Harlem High School’s Torien Beard knows what he would think of that player.

“He’s an all-around player,” said Beard. “He can score and also rebound and make passes – an all-around player.”

And that is exactly what Beard is. While the team is off to a 12-1/11-2 start, Beard averages 13.4 points-per-game, 8.3 rebounds, 5 assists, 2.4 steals and 2.1 blocked-shots-a-game.

Harlem coach Kim Chambers, who teases him good-naturedly because he leads the team in fouls, saw his breakout year coming.

“I saw him this summer and all of a sudden he was just jumping out of the gym, you could tell he was a lot more confident and you could tell he was becoming the player we always thought he could be,” Chambers said.

And the stats back up the notion of what kind of player he wants to be.

“I want to be a better team player,” Beard said. “I’m not really selfish, I want to get my teammates involved because one person can’t be a team.”

Having teammates on the perimeter knocking down shots makes things easier all around.

“It does because teams are going to mostly focus on Reggie and me driving, but if we have three-point-shooters and they’re making them, you can’t really focus on one player so they have to play us straight up,” he said laughing.

While playing at guard/forward for the Bulldogs, Beard, who thinks his athleticism and play-making is the strongest part of his game, has worked on other areas to make himself even tougher to defend.
“I try to work on my jumper as much as I can,” said Beard. “It’s just something different to throw at them. If they always know I’m going to drive, drive, drive, they will just play you a certain way. But if you can drive and shoot, then they have to change up their whole game plan on you.”

Beard lived in Augusta and moved to the Harlem area in sixth grade. Building to what he has become has been a process while working his way up the ladder.

“I played as a freshman but I played both ways, I was on JV and varsity.” Beard said. “I got the whole JV experience of it and I got a little bit of varsity to get me ready for things.”

Beard said he has been playing since he was young, influenced by stories of basketball his dad used to tell, and he hopes to continue to play when his time at Harlem is done.

“I would like to go play college basketball,” Beard said. “I’m trying my hardest right now to make that happen. Hopefully soon I can get something accomplished.”

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Athlete Spotlight for Wednesday, December 24, 2014.

If the stats were for another person, Harlem High School’s Torien Beard knows what he would think of that player.

“He’s an all-around player,” said Beard. “He can score and also rebound and make passes – an all-around player.”

And that is exactly what Beard is. While the team is off to a 12-1/11-2 start, Beard averages 13.4 points-per-game, 8.3 rebounds, 5 assists, 2.4 steals and 2.1 blocked-shots-a-game.

Harlem coach Kim Chambers, who teases him good-naturedly because he leads the team in fouls, saw his breakout year coming.

“I saw him this summer and all of a sudden he was just jumping out of the gym, you could tell he was a lot more confident and you could tell he was becoming the player we always thought he could be,” Chambers said.

And the stats back up the notion of what kind of player he wants to be.

“I want to be a better team player,” Beard said. “I’m not really selfish, I want to get my teammates involved because one person can’t be a team.”

Having teammates on the perimeter knocking down shots makes things easier all around.

“It does because teams are going to mostly focus on Reggie and me driving, but if we have three-point-shooters and they’re making them, you can’t really focus on one player so they have to play us straight up,” he said laughing.

While playing at guard/forward for the Bulldogs, Beard, who thinks his athleticism and play-making is the strongest part of his game, has worked on other areas to make himself even tougher to defend.
“I try to work on my jumper as much as I can,” said Beard. “It’s just something different to throw at them. If they always know I’m going to drive, drive, drive, they will just play you a certain way. But if you can drive and shoot, then they have to change up their whole game plan on you.”

Beard lived in Augusta and moved to the Harlem area in sixth grade. Building to what he has become has been a process while working his way up the ladder.

“I played as a freshman but I played both ways, I was on JV and varsity.” Beard said. “I got the whole JV experience of it and I got a little bit of varsity to get me ready for things.”

Beard said he has been playing since he was young, influenced by stories of basketball his dad used to tell, and he hopes to continue to play when his time at Harlem is done.

“I would like to go play college basketball,” Beard said. “I’m trying my hardest right now to make that happen. Hopefully soon I can get something accomplished.”

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Sports Calendar for Wednesday, December 24, 2014.

Latest News from Columbia County News-Times - Wed, 12/24/2014 12:08 AM

Baseball Camp Fundraiser

Come Bat for Matt is a baseball camp to raise money for Matt Blume, a former Evans and Georgia Regents University baseball player who was recently diagnosed with cancer.

The camp is Saturday at the Martinez-Evans Little League Park at 1475 Collins Road in Martinez from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for those in kindergarten through eighth grade. Instructors are former Columbia County high school and college baseball players including Derek Beasley, now with the Oakland A’s organization. Cost is $50 with proceeds going to the Blume family. Call (706) 868-0083.

Baseball Registration

Spring registration is now open for Martinez-Evans Little League at MELLBASEBALL.ORG for boys and girls ages 4 to 18.

There is a new Big League for 17- to 18-year-olds with a $10 discount for those who register before January 1, 2015.

Memorial Soccer Game

The Jenny Clark Memorial Scholarship Annual Alumni Soccer game is at Lakeside High School on Jan. 3 at 2 p.m. open to all soccer players who have graduated from area high schools.

Cost is $25 to play, which includes game, T-shirt and lunch after the game from Fatz Cafe. Spectators are admitted free.

Proceeds will benefit the Jenny Clark Memorial Scholarship Fund which has awarded over $50,000 to scholar-athletes who have graduated from area high schools over the past 14 years.

Jenny Clark was a 1998 graduate of Lakeside High School and a varsity soccer player who died from head injuries in a golf cart accident in November of 2000.

Golf Tournament

A Georgia Regents University golf tournament to benefit the Lady Jaguars softball team is January 30, 2015 at Belle Meade Country Club in Thomson. Cost is $400 per four-man team.

Contact Wayne Wilson (706) 564-5357, Coach Melissa Brocatto (706) 495-0723, Coach Evan Smith (706) 248-7482 or Greg Stokes (706) 394-9508.

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Sports Calendar for Wednesday, December 24, 2014.

Baseball Camp Fundraiser

Come Bat for Matt is a baseball camp to raise money for Matt Blume, a former Evans and Georgia Regents University baseball player who was recently diagnosed with cancer.

The camp is Saturday at the Martinez-Evans Little League Park at 1475 Collins Road in Martinez from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for those in kindergarten through eighth grade. Instructors are former Columbia County high school and college baseball players including Derek Beasley, now with the Oakland A’s organization. Cost is $50 with proceeds going to the Blume family. Call (706) 868-0083.

Baseball Registration

Spring registration is now open for Martinez-Evans Little League at MELLBASEBALL.ORG for boys and girls ages 4 to 18.

There is a new Big League for 17- to 18-year-olds with a $10 discount for those who register before January 1, 2015.

Memorial Soccer Game

The Jenny Clark Memorial Scholarship Annual Alumni Soccer game is at Lakeside High School on Jan. 3 at 2 p.m. open to all soccer players who have graduated from area high schools.

Cost is $25 to play, which includes game, T-shirt and lunch after the game from Fatz Cafe. Spectators are admitted free.

Proceeds will benefit the Jenny Clark Memorial Scholarship Fund which has awarded over $50,000 to scholar-athletes who have graduated from area high schools over the past 14 years.

Jenny Clark was a 1998 graduate of Lakeside High School and a varsity soccer player who died from head injuries in a golf cart accident in November of 2000.

Golf Tournament

A Georgia Regents University golf tournament to benefit the Lady Jaguars softball team is January 30, 2015 at Belle Meade Country Club in Thomson. Cost is $400 per four-man team.

Contact Wayne Wilson (706) 564-5357, Coach Melissa Brocatto (706) 495-0723, Coach Evan Smith (706) 248-7482 or Greg Stokes (706) 394-9508.

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Prep Calendar for Wednesday, December 24, 2014.

Latest News from Columbia County News-Times - Wed, 12/24/2014 12:08 AM

Friday, Dec. 26

Augusta Christian at Pigeon Forge, Tenn, Tournament, TBA

Saturday, Dec. 27

Augusta Christian at Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Tournament, TBA

Greenbrier at Winterfest Shoot-Out at Sevier County, Tenn., TBA (girls)

Greenbrier at Walnut Grove, 8 p.m. (boys)

Evans Christmas Tournament: Lakeside vs. Midland Valley, 10 a.m. (girls)

Lakeside vs. Midland Valley, 11:30 a.m. (boys)

Grovetown vs. Aquinas, 1 p.m. (girls)

Grovetown vs. Aquinas, 2:30 p.m. (boys)

Evans vs. South Aiken, 7 p.m. (girls)

Evans vs. South Aiken, 8:30 p.m. (boys)

Monday, Dec.29

Augusta Christian at King of the Smokies tournament, Pigeon Forge, Tenn., TBA

Greenbrier at Winterfest Shoot-Out at Sevier County, Tenn., TBA (girls)

Greenbrier at Walnut Grove, TBA (boys)

Christmas Tournament: Evans, Grovetown, Lakeside boys and girls, times TBA

Tuesday, Dec. 30

Augusta Christian at King of the Smokies tournament, Pigeon Forge, Tenn., TBA

Greenbrier at Winterfest Shoot-Out at Sevier County, Tenn., TBA (girls)

Greenbrier at Walnut Grove, TBA (boys)

Evans, Grovetown, Lakeside boys and girls, times TBA

WRESTLING

Saturday, Dec. 27

Evans, Greenbrier, Lakeside at Border Wars Traditional at Westside, 9 a.m.

Tuesday, Dec. 30

Greenbrier vs. Richmond Academy, Glenn Hills, 5:30 p.m.

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Prep Calendar for Wednesday, December 24, 2014.

Friday, Dec. 26

Augusta Christian at Pigeon Forge, Tenn, Tournament, TBA

Saturday, Dec. 27

Augusta Christian at Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Tournament, TBA

Greenbrier at Winterfest Shoot-Out at Sevier County, Tenn., TBA (girls)

Greenbrier at Walnut Grove, 8 p.m. (boys)

Evans Christmas Tournament: Lakeside vs. Midland Valley, 10 a.m. (girls)

Lakeside vs. Midland Valley, 11:30 a.m. (boys)

Grovetown vs. Aquinas, 1 p.m. (girls)

Grovetown vs. Aquinas, 2:30 p.m. (boys)

Evans vs. South Aiken, 7 p.m. (girls)

Evans vs. South Aiken, 8:30 p.m. (boys)

Monday, Dec.29

Augusta Christian at King of the Smokies tournament, Pigeon Forge, Tenn., TBA

Greenbrier at Winterfest Shoot-Out at Sevier County, Tenn., TBA (girls)

Greenbrier at Walnut Grove, TBA (boys)

Christmas Tournament: Evans, Grovetown, Lakeside boys and girls, times TBA

Tuesday, Dec. 30

Augusta Christian at King of the Smokies tournament, Pigeon Forge, Tenn., TBA

Greenbrier at Winterfest Shoot-Out at Sevier County, Tenn., TBA (girls)

Greenbrier at Walnut Grove, TBA (boys)

Evans, Grovetown, Lakeside boys and girls, times TBA

WRESTLING

Saturday, Dec. 27

Evans, Greenbrier, Lakeside at Border Wars Traditional at Westside, 9 a.m.

Tuesday, Dec. 30

Greenbrier vs. Richmond Academy, Glenn Hills, 5:30 p.m.

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Property Transfers, Dec. 28, 2014

Latest News from Columbia County News-Times - Tue, 12/23/2014 11:28 PM

Patriots Ridge Investments LLC to Oconee Capital Investments LLC, parcel ID 0611771, $44,000.

Patriots Ridge Investments LLC to Oconee Capital Investments LLC, parcel ID 0611769, $44,000.

Patrick H. Prince to Don M. Goff and Susan G. Goff, 4512 Amanda Lane, $196,500.

Kashara Morring to Darnell Reed, 3343 Grove Landing Circle, $165,700.

Tara Brownell Poteet to Margaret E. Hodge, 18 Plantation Hills Drive, $235,000.

All Weathers Construction Co. LLC to Anton P. Alewine, 821 Glencoe Way, $275,900.

Zachary James Campbell to Kimberly Alexander, Frank Alexander and Gladys P. Young-Alexander, parcel ID 0621220, $96,900.

Oconee Capital Investments LLC to Ronald W. Suggs and Wanda Suggs, parcel ID 0611794, $250,000.

Jerry Quarles to Henry E. Maehr, parcel ID 082A116, $92,000.

Anthony M. Ferguson to Gilbert Lopez and Edilia Lopez, parcel ID 060494, $380,000.

IDK Homes Inc. to Sheena K. Leech and James Quinton Leech, parcel ID 0611772, $244,400.

R. Lewis Construction LLC to Calors Babilonia, parcel ID 065687A, $200,000.

J. Ogden Tabb to Turner Bancs Bowers, parcel ID 082I156, $144,000.

Loren G. Hartley to American Homes 4 Rent Properties Eight LLC, 541 Great Falls, $144,000.

Juan Carlos Torress to American Homes 4 Rent Properties Eight LLC, 530 Great Falls, $144,000.

JEH Holdings Inc. to Hasibe Dickerson, 3839 Sullivan Hartfield Road, $47,000.

D.R. Horton-Crown LLC to Ricardo J. Scott and Jennifer Scott, parcel ID 0622503, $174,002.

Golzap LLC to Park Ridge Builders Inc., parcel ID 0681139, $35,000.

Golzap LLC to Park Ridge Builders Inc., parcel ID 0681140, $35,000.

James K. Sherrill to Austin A. Garmon and Elizabeth A. Garmon, parcel ID 0611630, $239,000.

Euchee Creek Investors Inc. to Wilson Home Builders LLC, a portion of parcel ID 060968, $90,000.

Matthew T. Tiner to Kristina L. Mize, parcel ID 0611116, $157,900.

Edward W. Inscho to Amy Eakin Ducey, parcel ID 084A012, $339,500.

Euchee Creek Investors Inc. to Wilson Home Builders LLC, a portion of parcel ID 060968, $67,500.

Euchee Forest LLC to Ivey Residential LLC, a portion of parcel ID 0622385, $30,500.

Clarence S. Maybanks to Eric Helling and Sandra Helling, parcel ID G09417, $123,500.

Jeff Layton Nirk to Christopher C. Huffman and Tiffany S. Bennett, parcel ID 041063, $180,000.

Keystone Homes Inc. to Cutosha Lynnette Deanda, parcel ID 0611921, $171,700.

Christopher C. Huffman to Thomas Marshall Christian and Ashleigh Marie Christian, parcel ID H02013, $100,000.

Patricia A. Cook to Brandi N. Cook, 230 N. Hicks St., $60,000.

Winchester Homes of GA Inc. to Stephen W. Aloan and Joy A. Aloan, 2443 Newbury Ave., $198,186.

JJ & Z Builders LLC to William Aaron McCorckle, 952 Erika Lane, $121,900.

Jim Nicholason to Robert W. Busby and Tonie L. Busby, 344 Taylor Circle, $151,000.

Oconee Capital Investments LLC to Hyeun Ha, 212 Ryan Lane, $245,900.

Larry S. Prather Sr. to Stevenson & Associates LLC, 129 Dozier Road, $22,500.

Phuoc D. Do to Hoang Minh Pham, 4448 Peregrine Place, $147,300.

Jason Allen Reynolds to Shawn D. Ward and Aubrey J. Baker, 619 Langley Court, $115,000.

Hayden’s International Gymnastics Academy Inc. to HIGA Real Estate Holdings LLC, 4300 Evans to Locks Road, $500,000.

Designer Homes and Construction LLC to Emilio Fernandez-Travieso and Aileen Fernandez-Travieso, parcel ID 0681137, $223,000.

Darryl J. Heffline to American Homes 4 Rent Properties Eight LLC, 1116 Windwood St., $170,000.

D.R. Horton-Crown LLC to George Cuesta-LaTorre and Nicxaliz Morales, parcel ID 0622493, $181,381.

Ivey Residential LLC to Charles Brandon Latham and Caroline Carr Latham, 5440 Everlook Circle, $153,886.

JR Homes of Alabama LLC to Al-Tahriq Baker, 140 Broadleaf Trail, $288,990.

Riverwood Land LLC to R. Lewis Construction LLC, 6324 Southbroom Drive, $61,000.

Riverwood Land LLC to R. Lewis Construction LLC, 6326 Southbroom Drive, $61,000.

Riverwood Land LLC to PDH Builders Inc., 6342 Southbroom Drive, $47,000.

Riverwood Land LLC to PDH Builders Inc., 6314 Southbroom Drive, $61,000.

Riverwood Land LLC to PDH Builders Inc., 6318 Southbroom Drive, $61,000.

Riverwood Land LLC to PDH Builders Inc., 6320 Southbroom Drive, $61,000.

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Property Transfers, Dec. 28, 2014

Patriots Ridge Investments LLC to Oconee Capital Investments LLC, parcel ID 0611771, $44,000.

Patriots Ridge Investments LLC to Oconee Capital Investments LLC, parcel ID 0611769, $44,000.

Patrick H. Prince to Don M. Goff and Susan G. Goff, 4512 Amanda Lane, $196,500.

Kashara Morring to Darnell Reed, 3343 Grove Landing Circle, $165,700.

Tara Brownell Poteet to Margaret E. Hodge, 18 Plantation Hills Drive, $235,000.

All Weathers Construction Co. LLC to Anton P. Alewine, 821 Glencoe Way, $275,900.

Zachary James Campbell to Kimberly Alexander, Frank Alexander and Gladys P. Young-Alexander, parcel ID 0621220, $96,900.

Oconee Capital Investments LLC to Ronald W. Suggs and Wanda Suggs, parcel ID 0611794, $250,000.

Jerry Quarles to Henry E. Maehr, parcel ID 082A116, $92,000.

Anthony M. Ferguson to Gilbert Lopez and Edilia Lopez, parcel ID 060494, $380,000.

IDK Homes Inc. to Sheena K. Leech and James Quinton Leech, parcel ID 0611772, $244,400.

R. Lewis Construction LLC to Calors Babilonia, parcel ID 065687A, $200,000.

J. Ogden Tabb to Turner Bancs Bowers, parcel ID 082I156, $144,000.

Loren G. Hartley to American Homes 4 Rent Properties Eight LLC, 541 Great Falls, $144,000.

Juan Carlos Torress to American Homes 4 Rent Properties Eight LLC, 530 Great Falls, $144,000.

JEH Holdings Inc. to Hasibe Dickerson, 3839 Sullivan Hartfield Road, $47,000.

D.R. Horton-Crown LLC to Ricardo J. Scott and Jennifer Scott, parcel ID 0622503, $174,002.

Golzap LLC to Park Ridge Builders Inc., parcel ID 0681139, $35,000.

Golzap LLC to Park Ridge Builders Inc., parcel ID 0681140, $35,000.

James K. Sherrill to Austin A. Garmon and Elizabeth A. Garmon, parcel ID 0611630, $239,000.

Euchee Creek Investors Inc. to Wilson Home Builders LLC, a portion of parcel ID 060968, $90,000.

Matthew T. Tiner to Kristina L. Mize, parcel ID 0611116, $157,900.

Edward W. Inscho to Amy Eakin Ducey, parcel ID 084A012, $339,500.

Euchee Creek Investors Inc. to Wilson Home Builders LLC, a portion of parcel ID 060968, $67,500.

Euchee Forest LLC to Ivey Residential LLC, a portion of parcel ID 0622385, $30,500.

Clarence S. Maybanks to Eric Helling and Sandra Helling, parcel ID G09417, $123,500.

Jeff Layton Nirk to Christopher C. Huffman and Tiffany S. Bennett, parcel ID 041063, $180,000.

Keystone Homes Inc. to Cutosha Lynnette Deanda, parcel ID 0611921, $171,700.

Christopher C. Huffman to Thomas Marshall Christian and Ashleigh Marie Christian, parcel ID H02013, $100,000.

Patricia A. Cook to Brandi N. Cook, 230 N. Hicks St., $60,000.

Winchester Homes of GA Inc. to Stephen W. Aloan and Joy A. Aloan, 2443 Newbury Ave., $198,186.

JJ & Z Builders LLC to William Aaron McCorckle, 952 Erika Lane, $121,900.

Jim Nicholason to Robert W. Busby and Tonie L. Busby, 344 Taylor Circle, $151,000.

Oconee Capital Investments LLC to Hyeun Ha, 212 Ryan Lane, $245,900.

Larry S. Prather Sr. to Stevenson & Associates LLC, 129 Dozier Road, $22,500.

Phuoc D. Do to Hoang Minh Pham, 4448 Peregrine Place, $147,300.

Jason Allen Reynolds to Shawn D. Ward and Aubrey J. Baker, 619 Langley Court, $115,000.

Hayden’s International Gymnastics Academy Inc. to HIGA Real Estate Holdings LLC, 4300 Evans to Locks Road, $500,000.

Designer Homes and Construction LLC to Emilio Fernandez-Travieso and Aileen Fernandez-Travieso, parcel ID 0681137, $223,000.

Darryl J. Heffline to American Homes 4 Rent Properties Eight LLC, 1116 Windwood St., $170,000.

D.R. Horton-Crown LLC to George Cuesta-LaTorre and Nicxaliz Morales, parcel ID 0622493, $181,381.

Ivey Residential LLC to Charles Brandon Latham and Caroline Carr Latham, 5440 Everlook Circle, $153,886.

JR Homes of Alabama LLC to Al-Tahriq Baker, 140 Broadleaf Trail, $288,990.

Riverwood Land LLC to R. Lewis Construction LLC, 6324 Southbroom Drive, $61,000.

Riverwood Land LLC to R. Lewis Construction LLC, 6326 Southbroom Drive, $61,000.

Riverwood Land LLC to PDH Builders Inc., 6342 Southbroom Drive, $47,000.

Riverwood Land LLC to PDH Builders Inc., 6314 Southbroom Drive, $61,000.

Riverwood Land LLC to PDH Builders Inc., 6318 Southbroom Drive, $61,000.

Riverwood Land LLC to PDH Builders Inc., 6320 Southbroom Drive, $61,000.

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