McCurry Cav stint
Mac McCurry’s stint as Crockett County’s head football coach did not last long.
McCurry, hired last week to replace P.A. Pratt who has moved into an assistant superintendent administration role in the CC system, was reportedly fired surrounding allegations of a past DUI charge that was not brought to light during his interview process.
McCurry, who coached 12 seasons at Moore County and six more at Marshall County, had spent the past five years at Ripley (Miss.) where he was 48-15 and his teams made the playoffs every year.
His overall record 220-65 in 22 seasons.
Pratt, who built the CC program from the ground up in 14 seasons during which the Cavs went from a winless team to 123 victories, said he would conduct the remainder of spring practice while looking for a new coach.
OC baseball banquet
scheduled for Thurs.
The Obion County Central High School baseball banquet will be held at the school on Thursday evening at 6.
Tickets are now on sale at the school at a cost of $8 per person.
For more information, contact Russ Davis at 885-7171.
UT Martin women
set to go camping
The UT Martin women’s basketball team will be hosting individual camps this summer.
The camps will be led by head coach Kevin McMillan along with assistants Brian Haskins and David Russell and several UTM players.
The advanced camp (ages 12-17) is slated for June 27-29.
The cost is $145 for players planning to commute, $180 for commuters with meals included and $200 for those staying overnight.
The fundamental camp (ages 6-13) is scheduled for June 29-July 2.
The cost to take part in that camp is $85. It will run each day from 9 until 4.
For more information, contact Kevin McMillan at 881-7681 or Brian Haskins at 881-7317.
Jaycee links winners
finish at 15-under
Josh McManus, Larkin Austin, Zach Bell, Austin Smith and Stephen Turner combined for a 15-under-par 57 to claim the championship at the Union City Jaycees Golf Tournament on Friday at Goodyear Wingfoot Golf Course.
Meanwhile, Rick Smith, Robert Huffstutter, Brad Keightley and Matt Russell combined for a 13-under-par 59 to earn second place honors.
The Tennessee Seco-ndary School Athletic Association and PlayON! Sports jointly announced the launch of the TSSAA Network, a partnership providing multi-platform distribution of Tennessee high school sports content.
Postseason coverage of all Tennessee sports will be made available to fans in a variety of formats.
The new Internet portal for the TSSAA Network — www.TSSAANetwork.com — will host all events produced through the partnership.
There will be no charge for fans to view the streamed content.
The TSSAA Network will present its inaugural events from the 2010 BlueCross Spring Fling, including coverage of the soccer championship and track and field championship on May 27 and 28.
Additional coverage will commence with the 2010-2011 academic year and will include coverage of TSSAA’s championship events.