Messenger Sports Briefs for March 16

Messenger Sports Briefs for March 16
Briefly

Walk of Hope event
scheduled on links

The 2011 Walk of Hope Golf Tournament will take place on April 30 at Wynridge Greens in Troy.
Tee time is set for 8 a.m. and the event will be in a four-person scramble format.
Door prizes will also be up for grabs.
The cost to enter is $240 per team.
For more information, contact Stacey Alexander at 389-4430 or 536-4653.

UCMS soccer team
starts on right foot

Union City Middle School started off its 2011 soccer campaign on the right foot.
The Twisters edged Paris Inman 3-2 on Tuesday afternoon in the first match of the season.
Cesar Landeros, Christian Campos and Davis Odle each booted one goal for UCMS.
The Twister soccer squad returns to the field on March 22 at Martin. Union City’s home opener is March 24 against Gibson County.

Ex-Reb skipper Hill
on the move again

Former Obion County Central head football coach Chris Hill is on the move — again.
Hill, who led the Rebels to a 13-9 mark and the state playoffs in both his seasons at the Rebel helm in 2001 and ’02, has resigned at Parkway (La.) High School to take a job at Wynne (Ark.).
It is the fifth job switch for Hill since he left OCCHS.
Hill led Parkway to a 10-2 season and the second round of the state playoffs last season.
He cited family health concerns for his latest move, expressing a desire to be closer to his father, who had a stroke last Aug.

UTM football squad
receives York trophy

The UT Martin football team officially received its Sgt. York Trophy at the 13th Annual Pepsi Celebration of Champions event held at the Grand Ole Opry House recently in Nashville.
The event was hosted by the Nashville Sports Council.
UT Martin finished the season 3-0 in Sgt. York Trophy series games (vs. Austin Peay, Tennessee State and Tennessee Tech) to claim its first trophy in the series.
The Sgt. York Trophy goes to the winner of the quadrangular season football series between the four OVC schools located in the state of Tennessee — Austin Peay, Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech  and UT Martin.
The Skyhawks claimed their first Sgt. York championship this year and became the third straight team to go 3-0 in the series during the year.

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