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Two teams share
Hickman victory

Two teams came in with 2-under scorecards to tie for the top spot in the weekly women’s scramble at the Hickman Country Club Thursday.
Carole Lattus and Janis Garrigan made up one winning team, while the foursome of Wanda Brown, Linda Moore, Dina Nerren and Charlotte Hall comprised the other.
Jackie Russell was closest to the pin on hole No. 8.
Seventeen ladies participated in the scramble.
The ladies play every Thursday evening at 5:30. Those interested in playing are encouraged to call (270) 236-9128.
 
Rebel boys hosting
all-day basketball

The Obion County Central High School boys’ basketball team will host a play day Thursday.
Teams from Lake County, Munford, Ripley, Trenton, Westview and Gibson County will compete in the day-long event. Both gymnasiums at OCCHS will be utilized with play scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.
The Rebels will play at 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 1:45 and 4:15.
Admission will be $2 and concessions will be available.

Girls’ hoops, baseball
on camp schedule

The Union City Parks and Recreation summer camps program is conducting two camps this week.
Girls’ basketball will be held at the Union City High School gymnasium, and baseball will be held at Graham Park.
Both camps will be divided into two sessions. Girls (basketball) and boys (baseball) going into grades 3-5 will be in the 9 a.m.-noon session, while grades 6-8 will participate in the afternoon session 1-4 p.m.
Eddie Suiter will conduct the girls’ basketball camp, while Jeremy Maddox is in charge of the baseball camp.
The camps began today and will run all week.

OC girls wash cars
to fund summer trip

The Obion County Central girls’ basketball team will hold a car wash this weekend to raise funds for its summer camps in Missouri.
The event will be held 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at Pizza Hut in Union City.

Railroaders fall
in season opener

Dubois County’s debut in the Ohio Valley League resulted in a 7-5 home win against the Fulton Railroaders.
The Railroaders scored one run in the top of the seventh inning to take a 5-4 lead, taking advantage of the only Bomber error in the game.
The Bombers failed to score in the bottom half of the seventh but went to work in the eighth inning. After the lead-off batter reached on a single, former Railroader Rick Linton ripped a two-run homer that hit the leftfield scoreboard.
DC finished the inning adding another run on a wild pitch.
Dubois County sent closer Clint Chestnut in to finish off Fulton’s final three batters in the ninth, getting the save in relief of winner Johnathan Williams. Sean Cunningham took the loss for Fulton.
The two teams meet again tonight in Fulton to make up Saturday’s rainout. First pitch is set for 7:05.

Published in The Messenger 6.3.13

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