Thursday, September 15, 2005
Late safety lifts Ripley by Hawks
After a week off, the Holly High Hawks went to the field of a former division foe, the Ripley Tigers, to play their first road game of the new season.
District 1-AA matchup
Marshall Academy tried to work itself out of a 17-6 halftime hole Friday night but three fourth-quarter turnovers proved costly.
Ackerman wins clash of Indians
Things got off to a bad start Friday night for the Byhalia High School Indians in their home opener.
Saints Americas new team
No matter from which angle one looks at the New Orleans Saints this season, one is probably going to see a winner.
MA softball sweeps Kirk Academy
The Marshall Academy Lady Patriots came from behind to get an important district win over Kirk Academy on September 7.
raises the bar
More than 100 of the countrys best disc golfers came to Holly Springs September 2-4 for the McDonalds Southern National Pro Championship with a payout of $18,719.
going to Jackson State
(Editors Note The following article is reprinted from The Portland, Oregon, Observer.)
When Amy Henley was a freshman at De Le Salle North Catholic High School, she could barely serve a volleyball. Now four years later, to say she has improved would be an understatement.
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