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Messenger Sports Briefs for November 16

Messenger Sports Briefs for November 16

Jr. Devilettes 6-0;
LR boys down SF

The South Fulton Middle School girls improved to 6-0 on the campaign after a 44-30 triumph over Lake Road on Monday night.
In the nightcap, the Generals extracted a measure of revenge with a 42-24 victory.
Devilette Carmen Hutchins led the way in the girls’ game with 17 points, three rebounds and three steals.
Also, SF’s Kristin Crocker and Sierra Coley both added seven.
The Lady Generals (1-3) had two players in twin figures. Hannah Cavness and Tia Parks both had 10 points.
In the boys’ game, Blake Berner topped the LR scorebook with 16 points and six rebounds, while Tyler Mosley offered 12 markers and had eight boards.
Juan Morales also contributed a great deal for the Generals (2-2) with eight tallies and seven rebounds.
South Fulton (2-4) had Aaron Hollingsworth with nine points.

Twisters still perfect;
UCMS girls gain win

The Union City Middle School boys added another notch in their belt with a 63-40 triumph at Halls on Monday.
With the latest victory, UC is now 5-0 (3-0 in West Tennessee Athletic Conference action) on the campaign.
Meanwhile, the Lady Twisters got their first triumph of the young season — a 25-22 decision — over the Lady Tigers.
Four UC boys’ players hit in double digits.
Malik Stockdale top-ped that list with 18 points and 11 rebounds. Marcus DeBerry also had 18 markers, while James Mays and Donte Simpson both had 10 points. Simpson also pulled down 10 rebounds.
In the girls’ game, Kristian Davis led the locals with 12 points, 13 rebounds and five steals. Additionally, Kealie Reaves had six tallies for the Lady Twisters (1-4, 1-2 in WTAC play).

G’field hurler Potts,
Dresden’s Beaty sign

A pair of Weakley County baseball standouts have committed to play at the next level.
Greenfield senior Dalton Potts has inked a National Letter of Intent to continue his career at UT Martin.
Meanwhile, Dresden’s Matt Beaty, who went his entire junior campaign without striking out at the plate, will continue his career at Belmont University.

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