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The Tennessee Shooting Stars repeat as national champions. They recently traveled to the National Senior Games held in Cleveland, OH. Competing in the women's 3-on-3, 70-74 age division, they defeated teams from all over the country, going 6-0 to become the only women's team to repeat as champion. They are the most successful senior women's team in the country, having won 36 straight games in their age division. They are shown with Crossville Mayor J.H. Graham III and were honored at the Aug. 13 Crossville City Council meeting. From left, are, Coach Pat Murphy, Sylvia Smith, Carolyn Landreth, Helen Armstrong, Mary Kelly, Mayor Graham, Madge Susong, Glenda Cantrell, Peggy Ballard and assistant coach Glenn Ballard.

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