Thursday, October 13, 2005

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Hawks fall to defending state champs

By CLAUDE VINSON
Sports Editor

The Holly High Hawks would probably be the first to attest that the Warriors of Senatobia deserve their title. The defending 3A champs came to town last Friday night and locked horns with the sputtering Hawks.

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Byhalia Indians lose at home to Pontotoc

By CLAUDE VINSON
Sports Editor

The Byhalia Indians found themselves facing a familiar offense when they hosted the Warriors of Pontotoc last Friday.

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Patriots drop contest in Arkansas

By BARRY BURLESON
Editor

Head coach Wade Griffin said his Marshall Academy Patriots are simply not passing the test after the learning process in practice.

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Behind The Scoreboard
By Claude Vinson

Braves experience meltdown

What a weekend! While Ole Miss was getting back on the winning track and Mississippi State was being annihilated by Florida, and Tiger Woods and John Daly were going head to head in the American Express Championship at Lake Merced, the Houston Astros and the Atlanta Braves were playing out the longest game in Major League Baseball playoff history.

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Jets sign LeSueur

Holly Springs native Jeremy LeSueur was added to the active roster of the New York Jets on October 5.

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Jr. high Patriots pound N. Delta

By BARRY BURLESON
Editor

The Marshall Academy junior high football team had little trouble with visiting North Delta on Thursday.

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Potts Camp teams start season next week

By BARRY BURLESON
Editor

The Potts Camp basketball teams find themselves in new territory this season.

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