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Messenger Sports Briefs for April 20

Messenger Sports Briefs for April 20
Briefly

Rebel soccer duo
records hat trick

Obion Central soccer players Eric Torres and Victor Guerrero each got a tip of the cap during the Rebels’ 10-1 victory at Ripley.
Both Central players recorded a hat trick during the lopsided triumph.
Tanner Noles also booted two goals for the Rebels (5-2-2), while David Reyna and Octavio Nunez each had one score.
Obion Central goalie Samuel Smith had seven saves.
OC hosts Crockett County on Thursday in a game that could determine hosting rights for the upcoming postseason tournament.

Union ‘U’ tourney
set at Wingfoot

The Union University Invitational golf tournament will be held Thursday and Friday at Wingfoot Golf Course in Union City.  
The tournament will have about 100 players and 15 coaches representing universities from the TranSouth Athletic conference and other area colleges and universities.
The tournament will be 36 holes of play on Thursday and 18 on Friday.
The course will be closed to the public all day on Thursday and for at least part of the day on Friday
Spectators are welcome.

Replay of rodeo
on WLJT Saturday

A replay of the 43rd Annual UT Martin Spring College Rodeo Finals will air on WLJT-DT on Saturday at 9 p.m. and May 1 at 3:30 p.m.  
Copies of the rodeo finale are also available by calling 881-7561.
UTM clinched its 37th straight berth in the College National Finals Rodeo at the event.

Kentucky’s Lamb
not ready to go pro

LEXINGTON (AP) — Kentucky freshman Doron Lamb will return for his sophomore season.
The 6-foot-4 guard averaged 12.3 points and shot 48 percent from 3-point range for the Wildcats while helping them to their first Final Four appearance in 13 years.
He scored a then-school freshman record 32 points in a victory over Winthrop in December, a mark later broken by teammate Terrence Jones.
Lamb says the tough loss to Connecticut in the national semifinals and the addition of another top recruiting class next fall are the main reasons he decided to not enter the NBA draft.
It’s still unclear whether Jones, freshman guard Brandon Knight and junior swingman DeAndre Liggins will return next fall. Underclassmen have until April 24 to enter their names in the draft.

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