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Messenger Sports Briefs for October 17

Messenger Sports Briefs for October 17
Briefly

OC girls 3rd, boys 5th
at Best of the West

The Obion Central girls’ cross country team finished third in the Best of the West meet held in Dyersburg Thursday afternoon.
Meanwhile, the Rebel boys finished fifth in the event that featured 13 schools.
Kelsey Barnes and Jordan Jones both medaled for the OC girls.
Others scoring were Mandi McDaniel, Katie Hardin and Whittney Dodd.
Joshua Gale medaled for the county locals in the boys’ race with Travis Daniel, Martin Reyna, Jeremy Green and Kyle Byassee each scoring.
Both teams will be competing for a state birth in the Region 7A-AA meet at Dyersburg next Thursday.
The girls are set to run at 3 p.m. with the boys to follow.

Jr. Twisters League
seeks hoops coaches

The Union City Little Twisters Basketball League will have a coaches’ meeting Oct. 24 at 5 p.m. 
Anyone interested in coaching a team in the league is encouraged to attend. 
The league is open to youths in kindergarten through sixth grade and the meeting will be held at the Boys and Girls Club of Northwest Tennessee office at 1015 College Street in Union City. 
For more information, contact Tracy Boucher at 885-0883.

Vol freshman West
not on court yet

KNOXVILLE (AP) — Tennessee true freshman point guard Daniel West won’t be participating with the Vols when the team’s official practice begins today.
The school says West is being prevented from practicing due to an eligibility clearance issue and said in a statement it couldn’t comment further because of privacy concerns.
The 6-foot-1, 165-pound West averaged 15 points, 11 assists and six steals as his Saginaw (Mich.) High School won the Class A state championship.
At Tennessee, West was expected to compete with J.P. Prince and Bobby Maze for the starting point-guard position.

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