Messenger Sports Briefs for March 28

Messenger Sports Briefs for March 28
Briefly

Central rout Pioneers
on prep soccer field

Obion Central routed Gibson County 11-4 on the soccer field Monday.
Tanner Noles had four goals for the victors.
Additionally, Alejandro Acevedo, Juan Mora, Eric Torres, Andrew Terrell, T.J. Riddle, David Reyna and Victor Guerrero all booted one score.
OC goalie Samuel Jackson had one save.
The Rebels (2-1-1) travel to McKenzie on Thursday.

On the Move run
has change in date

The “On the Move” 5K/10K road race — originally scheduled for Saturday — has been moved to April 16.
It is set to begin at Ridgemont School.
A revised flyer with information on the run may be picked up at Health Quest or The Locker Room.

NAIA gal’s tourney
headed to Kentucky

The news became official on Monday.
The NAIA Women’s National Championshp Basketball Tournament is leaving Jackson.
The event, which has been held at Oman Arena the past 22 years, will be played in Frankfort, Ky., next season.
The women’s tournament is to be in Kentucky’s capital city for at least three years.

Chester Co. find
leaves TCA at loss

Chester County ended its search for a football coach.
As a result, Trinity Christian Academy has to start one.
Michael Hodum vacated the skipper’s job at TCA to become the new Eagles’ head coach.
Hodum led Trinity Christian to its most success ever last fall as the team made it to the Class 2A state title game.
The CC job opened up when Jeff Cupples vacated the post for an administration position.

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