Messenger Sports Briefs for May 10

Messenger Sports Briefs for May 10
Briefly

Red Devil Boosters
to meet Thursday

The South Fulton Athletic Booster Club is meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday in the high school/middle school library.
Election of officers for the 2011-12 school year will be conducted and coaches’ reports will be received.
Additionally, the club will discuss routine business.
All parents, booster club members, prospective members and supporters of the Red Devil athletic programs are urged to attend.
For more information, contact Ted Barclay at 479-1847.

UTM baseball team
to host skills camp

The University of Tennessee at Martin baseball team and head coach Bubba Cates will offer a half-day Skyhawk Skills Camp May 31-June 3 on campus.
The cost of the camp is $80 per person.
The camp will have an emphasis on hitting, fielding and base running with individualized instruction and low instructor-to-camper ratio.
The camp will meet Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m.-noon each day.
For more information, call the baseball office at 881-7337.

SF boys’ soccer
ends 1st campaign

The first-ever South Fulton boys’ soccer season came to an end Monday evening.
The Red Devils fell 3-0 to Covington in the opening round of the Region 7A-AA Tournament.
Red Devil goalie Ryan Moore was lauded for his efforts in the second half as SF held the Chargers to zero goals during that time.
The game was the last in a South Fulton soccer uniform for lone senior Ryan Sowell.
SF finishes its inaugural campaign with a 1-12 worksheet.

UK’s Terrence Jones
opts out of NBA talk

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Two of three Kentucky underclassmen are heading to the NBA as only freshman Terrence Jones opts to return to the school’s basketball program.
Junior DeAndre Liggins remained in the draft after hearing positive feedback from several NBA teams at a combine Sunday in New Jersey.
A news conference scheduled by Kentucky for Monday to make the announcement has been canceled.
The deadline for underclassmen to withdraw from the NBA draft was Sunday night.
Liggins says coach John Calipari encouraged him to return for his season but “it was in the best interests of me and family to stay in the draft.”
Freshman Brandon Knight announced he would remain in the draft on Friday.
Jones, the Associated Press Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year, and junior Darius Miller will be the Wildcats’ two returning starters in 2011-12.
They will join a recruiting class with four incoming McDonald’s All-Americans: forwards Michael Gilchrist, Anthony Davis and Kyle Wiltjer, and guard Marquis Teague.

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