Messenger Sports Briefs for May 31

Messenger Sports Briefs for May 31
Briefly

British soccer camp
scheduled in Martin

Registration is now open for the Martin Soccer League’s British Soccer Camp set for June 20-24 at the Martin Recreational Complex.  
The British Soccer Camps provide players of all ages and abilities with the opportunity to receive coaching from a team of international players.  
The camp will run Monday through Friday and each child will be coached by a member of Challenger’s team of 1,000 British soccer coaches flown to the USA exclusively to work on these programs.
Martin Soccer Association is offering “British Soccer Camp” sessions to children ages 3-18.
The cost to particpate differs for each age group and camp.
To register, go to www.martinsoccer.org.  
Brochures with registration information are also available at Parks and Recreation at City Hall, the Farm Bureau Office of Weakley County on Broadway, the Century 21 Overton Real Estate office on Lindell, and C.E. Weldon Library.  
For more information, call camp coordinator Leslie Haywood-Moore at 225-2619.  

Wingfoot is the site
of golf ball fitting

Wingfoot Golf Course will host a “Bridgestone” ball fitting challenge June 14.
The event will last from 2-7 p.m.
It is free and open to the public.
For more information, call 885-9922.

Racer guard Canaan
happy with new boss

MURRAY (AP) — Murray State guard Isaiah Canaan says the promotion of Steve Prohm from assistant to head coach makes him “more than happy.”
Canaan, who was the 2010 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament MVP as a freshman, told The Courier-Journal that Prohm is a relentless recruiter.
The Racers tapped Prohm to replace Billy Kennedy, who left Murray earlier this month for Texas A&M.
Prohm had been Kennedy’s top assistant the past five years.
Canaan, a Biloxi, Miss., resident, said there’s no question Prohm recruited him and is dedicated to the team.

Titans’ WR Williams
wants to play more

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Damian Williams is aiming to earn more playing time headed into his second season in the NFL.
Williams had 16 catches for 219 yards in 2010 after being a third-round draft choice out of Southern Cal.
Williams arrived in Nashville recently to work out with teammates during the NFL’s lockout.
He’s currently working on improving his stability and on ways to avoid injuries moving forward.

Quarterback Rusty Smith, who has been a regular at team workouts, said Williams is committed. As rookies last season, Smith and Williams regularly worked out together focusing on routes.

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