Jr. Skyhawk Clinic
scheduled for Sat.
The UT Martin football team will host a Junior Skyhawk Clinic on Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m.
The free clinic, designed for youngsters ages 4-12, is to feature the fundamentals of the game.
Participants and area fans are invited to meet the Skyhawks at this time. Players and coaches will pass out free posters and will be available to sign autographs and take pictures with the fans after the clinic.
Following the autograph session, UTM will play its annual Blue-and-White intra-squad scrimmage at 11.
in Martin May 1-2
The Martin 5-Plex at the Martin Recreation Complex will be the site for a baseball tournament on May 1-2.
The tournament is for both travel and league teams with age divisions for players ages 9-10, 11, 12, 13 and 14-15.
There will be a round of four-game pool play before seeding. In addition, there will be a home run derby.
Entry fee is $200 for the 9 and 10 age bracket and $250 for teams in the 11 and older age divisions.
For more information, call 571-5624.
WLJT, Diamond Jaxx
join for readers day
WLJT and the West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx are teaming to present “Raising Readers Fun Day” on May 23 at Pringles Park.
Rocky T, WLJT’s Reading Ranger, will be there along with his friends hanging out at Rocky T’s Fun Zone where children can participate in numerous games and activity.
Game time for the contest between the Diamond Jaxx and the Montgomery Biscuits is 2:05 p.m.
For ticket information, call 1-800-366-9558 or 881-7561 or visit the “support” area of wljt.org.
Trenton Teapot run
sets April 29 date
The Northwest Gibson County YMCA will host the 2010 Trenton Teapot Trot on April 29.
The 5K event is open to both runners and walkers. Awards will be given in numerous age groups.
The race will begin and end at Trenton City Hall and same day-registration is to begin at 5:15 p.m.
The 5K run/walk is scheduled to start at 6.
Registrations are currently being taken at the YMCA office in Trenton. Sign-up fee is $15 for participants that register prior to the day of the event.
Registration on April 29 is $20.
For more information, call 855-7516.
Titans add Simms
to QB depth chart
NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with Chris Simms, bringing back a quarterback they had in 2008 as he worked himself back into shape.
The Titans announced the move Monday, making Simms the third quarterback on the roster with Vince Young and Kerry Collins.
But the addition of Simms might help the Titans push Collins to reduce his pay from the $5.5 million he is scheduled to earn this season backing up Young.
A third-round draft pick in 2003 by Tampa Bay, Simms is 7-9 as a starter and has thrown for 3,117 yards and 12 touchdowns with his best season in 2005 when he led the Bucs to the playoffs. He spent last season in Denver and started one game.