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Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

THREE CAKES were baked for Jessie Coppock’s event, including a large cake thanking her for so many years of church service — left, a coconut cake that Coppock baked herself, center, and a white cake baked in honor of the event, right.

From Celebrating Jessie Coppock   |   2/21/18

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

THE EVENT for Jessie Coppock at Boanerges Baptist Church had a massive turnout as friends, family and church members came to celebrate the 96-year-old’s extraordinary life.

From Celebrating Jessie Coppock   |   2/21/18

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

JESSIE COPPOCK, in the center wearing a pink sweater, is given a certificate of achievement by Pastor David Disney, left, as her daughter Carol, right, looks on. Coppock couldn’t stop grinning as she held back tears. Other members of the church looked on and applauded her throughout.

From Celebrating Jessie Coppock   |   2/21/18

From Unstoppable force   |   2/20/18

From Unstoppable force   |   2/20/18

From Unstoppable force   |   2/20/18

From Unstoppable force   |   2/20/18

From Unstoppable force   |   2/20/18

Banner photo, PATRICK MacCOON

SENIOR GUARD Rhyne Howard goes up past East Hamilton defender Madison Hayes in Monday night's championship game. Howard continues to make a strong case for being the state's top player.

From Unstoppable force   |   2/20/18

Banner photo, PATRICK MacCOON

BRADLEY CENTRAL phenom Rhyne Howard gets a look from 3-point range in front of her team's bench in the second half against East Hamilton in the District 5-AAA finals. Howard tied her career-high previously set against McMinn County with 41 points in the runaway victory.

From Unstoppable force   |   2/20/18

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