Thursday, September 14, 2006
By CLAUDE VINSON
New Byhalia Head Football Coach Devin Rutherford got his first Gatorade bath and his first win last Friday night.
And he got both on the road and across the border. The Indians had traveled to Chester County, Tenn., for their third game of the season. This one was part of a pair of away games before the Indians return home to open up district play this Friday, Sept. 15, against M.S. Palmer.
Patriots lose district opener to Delta
Marshall Academy Head Football Coach Wade Griffin said he didn’t recognize the Patriot team on the field Friday night against Delta.
Holly High falls hard to Raiders
By CLAUDE VINSON
The Holly High Hawks welcomed the Red Raiders of Shannon Friday in their third non-district contest of the early season.
The Hawks were seeking their first win of the early season. They had been denied twice before.
Peyton beats Eli
It has been referred to as “The Sibling Rivalry Bowl,” “The First Family Of Football Bowl,” “The Manning Bowl,” and probably some other names which haven’t filtered down to us.
Holly Springs Parks and Recreation Department news
The City of Holly Springs Parks and Recreation Department announces the following activities.
For more information on these activities, call 252-4807.
Lady Cardinals knock off Ashland
The Potts Camp softball team stands 2-1 on the season entering this week’s action.
Lady Patriots rout Lee, Delta
The Marshall Academy softball team opened last week with a pair of easy district victories.
The Lady Patriots traveled to Marianna, Ark., September 5 and dominated the Lee Lady Cougars 15-1.
Horse show Saturday to benefit baseball team
The fourth annual Kole Briscoe Memorial Open Horse Show, with proceeds going to the Hickory Flat baseball team, will be held Saturday, Sept. 16.
Gates open at 4 p.m. with the show getting underway at 6 p.m. at the Hickory Flat Saddle Club’s outdoor arena.
There will be 35 classes of competition. Entry fees are $3 per class or $20 for unlimited classes per person.
Rain date is Saturday, Sept. 23.
For more information on the horse show, please contact James Cox at 333-7276 or French Woods at 333-9276.
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