Family Finds Sports Championship Ring at Elementary School in Limestone County

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ATHENS, Ala. (WHNT) – A Limestone County family is trying to return a championship sports ring to its rightful owner.

Amy Turner contacted WHNT News 19 on Monday, May 12. She said her son found a championship ring at Johnson Elementary School earlier in the day when he was there playing basketball.

Turner said unfortunately, the ring doesn’t have a person’s name on it, or team name. It also doesn’t have a year.

The ring is silver and has the words ‘Champion Series’ on the top, and USSSA lettering, with several stones.

The USSSA logo appears to be that of the United States Specialty Sports Association.

One side of the ring has a baseball or softball player and the other side has a ball and glove.

Turner said she’s concerned someone out there is disappointed about losing it, and she would like to return it to them.

If you lost the ring or know who it belongs to, please email Amy Turner:

Serious inquiries only, please.

UPDATE: Thanks to each of you who shared this story to help spread the word.  We believe we may have found the ring’s owner.  We have put that family in touch with the Turners.