Annual Bayou Bend Golf Classic raises funds for West Tally

Members of the golf and football teams at West Tallahatchie High School participated in the annual Bayou Bend Golf Classic on Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Bayou Bend golf course in Sumner. 

The students of West Tallahatchie High School benefit from the proceeds, which are used to support academics and athletics.

Some of this year’s supporters included attorney Bill Luckett of Luckett Law Offices, warden Martin Frink of the Tallahatchie County Correctional Facility and Mayor Tracy Mims of Webb. The tournament is supported annually by Sykes and Walker Sturdivant, among others.

Pictured kneeling in front are Steven Sample (left) and Robert Morrow. In the first row (from left) are Sandy Tillis, assistant principal at WTHS; Lorenzo Pimpton, head football coach; Christopher Furdge, superintendent; Darius Monix; Kalyl Thomas; Kevin Ramsey Jr.; Dontavious Garner; Charles Spurlock; Jahlil Allison; CaDarrious Hill; Sykes Sturdivant; Jimya Johnson; Bill Luckett; Ronnie Landau, golf coach at WTHS; and Webb Mayor Tracy Mims.   Standing in back (from left) are Gerald Hill; Martin Frink, warden of the Tallahatchie County Correctional Facility in Tutwiler; Dallas Brown; and Walker Sturdivant. West Tally Principal Devona Chambers was present for the event but not pictured.

(Photo special to The Sun-Sentinel)

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