|Posted: Friday, June 10, 2011 9:10 pm
shoot 9-under par
The team of Frank Canale, Tom Cleveland, Eric Stansberry, Mason Chandler and Terry Wiseman combined to shoot a 9-under-par and win the weekly men’s golf scramble at Wynridge Greens in Troy on Thursday.
A group made up of Bryan Barker, David Puckett, Glen Hale and Raymond Hendrix was one shot behind the winners and finished in second place.
Six teams participated in the regular men’s gathering.
Wynridge Greens holds its weekly men’s scramble every Thursday.
For more information, contact the course at 536-4653.
Central boys hoops
host UC in play date
The Obion County Central High School boys basketball team will host another play date on Monday.
The Rebels will host both Union City and Westview for games, beginning at noon.
Admission is $2 and concessions will be available, according to head coach Bill Kail.
The Running Rebel Booster Club will benefit from the proceeds.
SFHS football staff
to head youth camp
The South Fulton High School staff will conduct a youth football camp Monday through Thursday.
The camp will run from 8:30 until 11:45 a.m. each day with focus on fundamentals and drill work.
Youths in grades 3-6 are welcomed to participate.
Registration will be Monday morning, prior to the beginning of camp.
For more information, contact SFHS head coach Kelly Spivey at (901) 628-6025.
to stay close early
The Fulton Railroaders beat Marion 7-3 Thursday night to end the first week of their Ohio Valley Baseball League with a 2-3 record.
Rob Hogencamp belted a three-run double to give the Railroaders a big cushion they would never relinquish.
Fulton, which plays Marion again tonight, trails the Bobcats and Tradewater by one game in the league standings after one week of play.
dismissed by Dooley
KNOXVILLE (AP) — Tennessee coach Derek Dooley has dismissed defensive tackle Montori Hughes for unspecified reasons.
The 6-foot-4, 327-pound junior from Murfreesboro played in 12 games in 2010, recording 17 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and a sack.
Hughes was suspended during the Volunteers’ final regular season game against Kentucky for a violation of the team academics policy.
He was also present at a bar brawl in July that left a police officer seriously injured but was never charged with wrongdoing.
The tackle appeared to have slipped behind converted offensive lineman Daniel Hood and junior college transfer Maurice Couch on the Vols’ depth chart.
Still, his dismissal could still hurt a unit which struggled from lack of depth a season ago.
Published in The Messenger 6.10.11