Women's basketball team helps local organization

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. -- Members of the Tennessee Tech women's basketball team recently spent an afternoon providing a helping hand to the fledgling Mustard Seed Ranch for children. The Golden Eagles worked away the sunny afternoon applying a fresh coat of paint to the long fence around the property.

Head coach Amy Brown, assistants Misty Garrett and Ashley Earley, and players Rachel Glidden, Kelleshia Cook, Krystal Stirrup, Jasmine White, Simone Rutledge, Vivian Nwosu and Tacarra Hayes, along with team manager Jimmy Stofflet, picked up the paint brushes and painted the quarter mile of fence at The Mustard Seed Ranch of Cookeville.