OC baseball’s Davis
to play as All-Star
Obion Central first baseman Ethan Davis has been chosen to participate in the 3rd Annual West Tennessee High School All-Star Game.
The contest will be played at 6:05 Wednesday night at Pringles Park in Jackson.
Overall, a total of 40 players from 20 different schools from around West Tennessee are scheduled to play in the All-Star game.
Davis, the MVP of the Rebel squad in his recently-completed season, is drawing some interest from several colleges.
He led OC in batting average and home runs this spring, and was second in RBI.
Rusty Thompson, the baseball coach at Bethel University, will head the Gray team.
Union University baseball coach Brent Fronabarger is in charge of the event’s Blue team.
Tickets for the game are available the day of game for $5.
For more information, call 988-5299.
Skyhawk hoops team
hosting summer camp
The UT Martin men’s basketball team will host a fundamental camp June 21-24.
The camp, which will offer instruction to youths ages 6-15, is scheduled to take place at The Kathleen and Tom Elam Center.
A pair of options are available for those wishing to participate.
A full-day camp, which will run each day from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. and cost $110, is one of the options. Lunch will be provided for those participants.
Meanwhile, a half-day camp, starting at 9 and ending at noon, is also available at a cost of $60.
For more information, contact the UTM basketball office at 881-7669.
UT Martin soccer squad
to offer camp in Aug.
The UT Martin soccer program, under the direction of first-year head coach Phil McNamara, will host a camp Aug. 2-5.
The camp, which will offer instruction for a pair of age groups, is scheduled to take place at Skyhawk Field on campus.
The instructional period for youths ages 4-6 is set for 9-11 a.m. each morning at a cost of $60 per camper.
A camp for ages 7-15 will begin at 9 a.m. each day and end at 4 p.m.
The cost for the older participants is $100.
All campers will receive a water bottle, soccer ball and T-shirt.
For more information, call 881-7931.