|Posted: Tuesday, December 6, 2011 7:02 pm
|Lady Rebs perfect
after Jackson trip
The Obion Central girls are now 7-0 after winning at Liberty 63-34 on Monday night.
Typical of their early-season success, the Lady Rebels jumped on top early vs. the Crusaders, leading 18-6 after one quarter.
A 22-10 OC burst in the third period essentially ended any suspense over the outcome.
Shannon Wiggis led the victors with 18 points, while Brandi Goodman tallied 15 and Brooke Jennings totaled 11.
Central head coach Lyle LaRue also said Goodman had in excess of 20 rebounds.
Both Rebel teams will be in action tonight at Dyersburg for District 13AA play.
OC teams have food
on sale for Christmas
The Obion County Central High School softball and tennis teams are selling smoked turkeys and hams as well as homemade coconut cakes and pecan pies for Christmas.
Cost of the turkey is $25, the ham $30, coconut cake $15 and pecan pie $8.
Cooking will be done on Dec. 23 with pick-up between 3-6 p.m. on that day at the back parking lot of OCCHS.
To place an order, call 536-4688, ext. 101.
Fund raiser at UTM
prior to Vandy tip
UT Martin and women’s basketball head coach Kevin McMillan will host a fund-raising dinner at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday before the Skyhawks host Southeastern Conference powerhouse Vanderbilt.
Dinner will be in Skyhawk Fieldhouse. McMillan and UT president Dr. Joe DiPietro will speak.
A silent auction featuring items such as UT Martin women’s basketball apparel; an Ohio Valley Conference Tournament championship autographed basketball; an NCAA Tournament autographed basketball; a women’s basketball trip to Louisville for two, including bus ride, hotel and tickets; a guided duck hunt for three; and a round of golf for four at the Jackson Country Club.
The fund raiser also includes a pregame walk-through of the newly-renovated locker room and team rooms, a ticket to the basketball game and a Skyhawk Club hospitality room pass at halftime.
Tipoff for the Skyhawk basketball game against the nationally-ranked Vanderbilt women is set for 7 p.m. in the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center.
The fund raiser is open to the public. Cost of admission is $100 per person. Limited seating is available so fans are asked to make their reservations quickly by calling David Hart at (731) 234-8462.
Lady Vols’ guard
is SEC’s top frosh
KNOXVILLE (AP) — Tennessee point guard Ariel Massengale has received her first Southeastern Conference freshman of the week honor.
The Bolingbrook, Ill., native had 24 points, seven rebounds, 10 assists and four steals in the Lady Volunteers’ wins against Middle Tennessee and No. 25 Texas. She hit 52.6 percent of her shots and half of her 3-point attempts.
Massengale is Tenn-essee’s first bona fide point guard in three seasons.
Published in The Messenger 12.6.11