Thursday, December 8, 2005


Photo by Lawrence White
and Barry Burleson
Time to celebrate
Some Byhalia Lady Indians celebrate victory Saturday night in the closing seconds of their championship game matchup game versus H.W. Byers.

Hawks, Lady Indians take trophies
• Two straight Bi-County titles for Holly High boys

Sports Editor

Three schools - H.W. Byers, Byhalia and Holly Springs - remained in contention Saturday for titles in the Bi-County Tournament at Northwest Community College.

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Behind The Scoreboard
By Claude Vinson

Texas, USC roll into big game

Before we get into this week’s offering, let’s give credit where credit is due and pay tribute to the Indianapolis Colts and their organization for posting the 12-0 record for this season.

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Lady Cardinals, Lady Indians, Hawks win on day two of tournament

Sports Editor

The second day of the second season for the Bi-County Tournament, which was played at the Howard Coliseum in Senatobia on the Northwest Mississippi Community College campus, continued to satisfy fans who were diligently following their favorite teams.

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Marshall Academy teams enjoy 6-0 week

Sports Editor

Marshall Academy basketball teams had an easy time on the road last week.

The Patriots and Lady Patriots went a combined 6-0 with dominating victories over Westminster School, North Delta School and Tunica Institute of Learning. The boys improved to 10-2 and the girls 14-6.

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Lions, Devils, Lady Lions, Lady Indians claim victories on day one of tournament


Opening day of this year’s Bi-County Basketball Tournament was highlighted by two teams avenging earlier season losses.

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