Thursday, September 15, 2005

SportsReport

Late safety lifts Ripley by Hawks

By CLAUDE VINSON
Sports Editor

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.

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• District 1-AA matchup
Kirk takes advantage of Patriots’ mistakes

By BARRY BURLESON
Editor

Marshall Academy tried to work itself out of a 17-6 halftime hole Friday night but three fourth-quarter turnovers proved costly.

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Ackerman wins clash of Indians

By BARRY BURLESON
Editor

Things got off to a bad start Friday night for the Byhalia High School Indians in their home opener.

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Behind The Scoreboard
By Claude Vinson

Saints – America’s new team

No matter from which angle one looks at the New Orleans Saints this season, one is probably going to see a winner.

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MA softball sweeps Kirk Academy

By BARRY BURLESON
Editor

The Marshall Academy Lady Patriots came from behind to get an important district win over Kirk Academy on September 7.

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Tournament ‘raises the bar’
• Southern National at Wall Doxey features biggest payout ever

By BARRY BURLESON
Editor

More than 100 of the country’s best disc golfers came to Holly Springs September 2-4 for the McDonald’s Southern National Pro Championship with a payout of $18,719.

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Henley going to Jackson State
• She’s driven by volleyball, academics

(Editor’s 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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