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Messenger Sports Briefs for April 8

Messenger Sports Briefs for April 8
Briefly

Devil soccer team
falls to Trenton

The South Fulton soccer team fell 3-1 to Trenton on Thursday evening.
Jaylen Sowell booted the lone goal for the Devilettes (0-5).
SF trailed 1-0 at halftime.
South Fulton returns to action on Monday at Gibson County.

UT Martin ministry
to host 5K run/walk

The Baptist Collegiate Ministry at UT Martin will be hosting a 5K run/walk.  
The theme is “Miles for Missions.”
The race will take place on April 30 around the UT Martin Campus area. The cost to participate is $20 on or before April 22.  Cost is $15 for teams of 10 or more and seniors 60 and older.
After April 23 and up to the day of the race, the registration cost is $30. Registration will also take place at the entrance to the Elam Center and will begin at 7:30. The race will start at 8:30.  
For more information, call 587-2265 or download a registration form at www.ut-martinbcm.org

Wynridge winners
ahead by a shot

The team of Ike Peel, J.D. Stephens, Bim Barker, Chris Young and Randy Ward combined to shoot an 7-under-par and win the men’s scramble at Wynridge Greens in Troy on Thursday.
Meanwhile, the team of Mason Storey, Lucas Flood, Ross Clark and Frank Clark totaled a 6-under and finished in second.
Wynridge Greens holds its weekly men’s scramble every Thursday.
For more information, contact the course at 536-4653.

Top of UTM order
does job vs. SEMO

The UT Martin softball team relied on four of its top five batters for eight of its nine hits in a 7-2 victory over Southeast Missouri State on Thursday at home.
Sophomore Leah Taylor, junior Jenny Bain, freshman Amanda Brandenburg and senior Kate Vanderham had two hits each and accounted for eight of the Skyhawks’ nine hits.
Southeast Missouri scored two runs in the top of the first as UT Martin pitcher Chelsea Jones was forced to work her way out of a jam. The Skyhawks tied the game at 2-2 in the bottom half of the first inning with three hits and two runs.
Jones scattered six hits and two walks, but only struck out two of the 28 batters she faced.
The Skyhawks (21-14 overall and 10-3 in the Ohio Valley Conference play) return to action Saturday and Sunday when they host Morehead State in a three-game OVC series at Bettye Giles Field.

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