Sports Briefs

Sports Briefs
Wynridge winners
shoot 8-under par

The team of Matt Russell, Robert Huffstutter, Danny Carpenter and Haskins Ridens combined to shoot a 8-under-par and win the men’s scramble at Wynridge Greens in Troy on Thursday.
Meanwhile, the team of Mason Storey, Wayne Storey, Ross Clark, Jacob Dodson and Ben Hopkins was a stroke back at 7-under and finished in second.
Wynridge Greens holds its weekly men’s scramble every Thursday.
For more information, contact the course at 536-4653.

UTM softball team
to host older players

UT Martin’s softball program will host a college exposure summer camp, June 15-16, at Bettye Giles Field on the Skyhawk campus.
The camp is for older softball players, from ages 14 through graduating high school seniors.
The two-day session will be from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day and include a full day of hitting and pitching.
Cost is $125 and campers must bring a sack lunch. The fee includes insurance coverage and a camp T-shirt.
For more information, contact UTM head coach Donley Canary at (731) 881-7162, or by email at

Riverside in position for 1A baseball repeat

Riverside remained alive in the hunt for the Class 1A state baseball championships after winning on Thursday.
The Panthers, looking to repeat last year’s run to the single-A title, hammered South Pittsburg 23-4.
Riverside’s toughest tourney game came when it outlasted Greenfield 1-0 in the sectionals.
West Tennessee entry Lexington remains alive in the Class 2A field.

UK hoops to get
NC State transfer

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Former North Carolina State point guard Ryan Harrow says he’s transferring to Kentucky.
Harrow announced his decision on Twitter, saying “I am a Kentucky Wildcat!”
His departure from N.C. State last month was described as a mutual decision made by the guard and new coach Mark Gottfried, who was hired in April after Sidney Lowe stepped down.
Harrow averaged 9.3 points in 29 games as a freshman, ranking seventh in the ACC with an assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.9. He will sit out this season and will have three years of eligibility starting in 2012-13.
He joins a Kentucky program that recently lost one-and-done freshmen John Wall and Brandon Knight to the NBA and brings in Marquis Teague, one of the nation’s highest-rated high school point guards.
Published in The Messenger 5.27.11

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