Sports Briefs

Sports Briefs
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OC hoops sponsors
have levels of perks

Obion County Central High School is offering a unique set of sponsorships for its boys’ and girls’ basketball programs this season.
Gold, Silver and Bronze business memberships are available to prospective sponsors of Rebel roundball with a set of perks for each level.
Twenty spots are available for both the Gold and Silver levels and there is an unlimited number of memberships that can be had for the Bronze level.
For a donation of $1,000, each Gold sponsor will be featured at a particular game and be presented a plaque along with two reserve season chair-back tickets, a parking pass and hospitality room passes. The business will also receive 10 general admission tickets to its designated game among other benefits.
The Silver sponsorship will cost $500 and will include two general admission season tickets, a parking pass, a name placard in the dedicated area of the gym, and the particular business’s information displayed during home games on gymnasium monitors.
A $250 Bronze membership will net sponsors two general admission season tickets and their respective business’s information displayed at various sites in the gym.
This is also an unlimited number of individual sponsorships available for $100 that will include a general admission season ticket and mention in the game program.
For more information, call Tony Jones at (731) 446-4158 or David Hagan at (731) 446-9546 or visit the website ladyrebels.com.

Jennings leads OC
past Red Devilettes

Brooke Jennings scored all three Obion Central goals in the Lady Rebels’ 3-0 soccer victory over South Fulton Tuesday evening.
Diana Ramos assisted on two of those tallies for OC, while Ana McWilliams also was credited with an assist.
Lauren Kendall had one save in goal for Central (6-4) while Taylor Baker finished the shutout in the second half without facing a shot.
Taleeah Cross was credited with more than a dozen saves in goal for SF, which fell to 6-5.
Mikaela Hardy and Linda Kaye Dickerson had three blocks apiece for the Devilettes, while Emilee Goodman had one.
Obion Central plays at Crockett County and South Fulton hosts McKenzie on Thursday.

Published in The Messenger 9.26.12

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