Thursday, November 10, 2005
dominate rival Indians
Clifford Brown, head coach of the Holly High Hawks, followed in the footsteps of both his predecessors.
Potts Camp sweeps Hickory Flat
The Potts Camp basketball teams drove a few miles east on Highway 78 Thursday night and returned home with a pair of wins over rival Hickory Flat.
Holly High opens with easy victory
The Hawks and Lady Hawks were at home to the Lady Cougars and Cougars of Coldwater last Thursday night. It was the season opener for the Hawks. The Coldwater teams had started their season a few days earlier.
It is now approaching week 10 in the NFL. Do you know where your team is? Actually the records reflect week nine but the first game which was played before the initial start-up weekend makes the next weekend of play the 10th. Make sense? Dont worry, I dont understand it either.
Indians start with win
The Byhalia Indians tipped off their basketball season in fine fashion on Tuesday of last week.
Five players scored in double figures as coach Charles Gillespies team blasted Tunica Rosa Fort 84-56.
Demarious Moore and Adarryl Richmond scored 14 points each, while Jeremy Lucas and Cordell Jefferson added 13 each. Norrell Malone had 10.
Byhalia led 39-21 at the half.
We were out of school all day (for a teacher in-service meeting), and I thought we would come out sluggish, Gillespie said, but we played pretty good basketball.
He returns eight players from last seasons squad which finished 22-13.
Were expecting a good season, if there are no injuries and the guys can keep their grades up, he said.
The Byhalia Lady Indians, led by head coach Summer Pannell, lost by two points to Tunica Rosa Fort.
Coach Gillespie said a strong second half rally by the Lady Indians came up short. They trailed by 15 at the half.
Byhalia teams were scheduled to host Marshall County rival H.W. Byers Tuesday night. They then visit Benton County neighbor Ashland on Friday night. Next Tuesday, Nov. 15, the Indians and Lady Indians host Independence.
MA girls teams win four of five
The Marshall Academy varsity girls moved to 6-2 on the season last week by winning two of three games in the Magnolia Heights Shootout.
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