Thursday, July 14, 2005
playing in all-star matchup
Holly Springs High School will be well represented in state all-star competition Thursday, July 14.
Hawks Clevin Hannah and Brandon Ayers will be joined by their coach, Naylond Hayes, in the 51st annual Mississippi Association of Coaches All-Star Boys Basketball Game in Clinton.
pitches in All-Star Futures Game
Holly Springs own Paul Maholm played in the seventh annual XM Satellite Radio All-Star Futures Game Sunday in Detroit.
The game was held in conjunction with Major League Baseballs 76th All-Star Game, which was played Tuesday night at Detroits Comerica Park.
Holly High unbeaten at camp
The Holly Springs High School Hawks are perfect in team competition at Ole Miss this summer.
The Hawks went 4-0 Saturday in Oxford, repeating their performance from a couple of weeks earlier.
Youth program continues success
According to Dr. Ishmell Edwards, project administrator for National Youth Sports Program and vice president of Rust College, the NYSP has thrived at the campus for 25 years.
Arkabutla plans hunts; deadline set
Arkabutla Lake will have a special management archery hunt.
There will be four hunts, each last two days October 7-8, October 9-10, October 22-23 and November 5-6.
Applicants must be at least 16 years old. Applications will be available August 1 at the Arkabutla Lake Field Office. Deadline for receiving applications is 3:30 p.m. August 31.
A public drawing will be held September 6 at 9 a.m. at the Arkabutla Lake Field Office.
People who have any questions about the hunt or need an application should call Danny Graham at (662) 562-6261.
Parks and Recreation Dept. hosting Youth Basketball Camp
The Holly Springs Parks and Recreation Department is registering boys and girls ages 6-12 for Youth Basketball Camp to be held Monday, July 25, to Friday, July 29, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
Registration is available at City Hall or the Park Office from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Eddie L. Smith Multi-Purpose Building is the camp site location. There is a small fee.
For more information, call (662) 252-2019.
For all our male readers out there, this is just a warning that this column is mostly about the distaff side. There was no duress (except maybe a nagging feeling that MB is out there wondering when I am going to write something about women!), which prompted this report other than the very recent events.
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