Thursday, September 29, 2005

SportsReport

Hawks pick up first win

By BARRY BURLESON
Editor

It was hard to tell who was happier Friday night, the Holly Springs High School football players or their first year head coach Clifford Brown.

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State bound
• MA Lady Patriots place fourth in North

By BARRY BURLESON
Editor

Marshall Academy will be making its first trip ever to the State Softball Tournament this week.

The Lady Patriots qualified by finishing fourth in last week’s North State AA event in Cleveland.

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Indians fall short at Marks

By CLAUDE VINSON
Sports Editor

In a game Friday night the Indians had chances to win, they came up short.

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Behind The Scoreboard
By Claude Vinson

SEC football

Really, folks, yours truly was going to give the NCAA and NFL a break this week and focus on catching up on all the happenings and meanderings and what not in the MLB and the WNBA.

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• District 1-AA
Colonels dominate Patriots

By BARRY BURLESON
Editor

Marshall Academy’s trip to Indianola Friday was one it will quickly try to forget.

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Junior Patriots beat Indianola

The Marshall Academy junior high Patriots, behind a three touchdown performance from Taylor Dempsey, routed Indianola 36-8 last Thursday at home.

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Jamboree champs

Marshall Academy won the championship trophy in the Delta Pee Wee Football Jamboree Saturday. They outscored their three opponents 60-0, defeating Lee 24-0, Strider 18-0 and Delta 18-0.


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