Thursday, April 26, 2007
MA wins district; playoffs next
By BARRY BURLESON
The Marshall Academy Patriots received their district championship T-shirts Thursday. This week they begin a quest for a much bigger prize.
Hawks repeat as district champions
By BARRY BURLESON
The Holly Springs High School boys won their second straight Division 3-3A track championship this month in Charleston.
Well, all the votes are in. The final selection was made on last Wednesday. All the stages in eight different locations have been set and the NBA playoffs have begun. There were some surprises in the early first round along with some recriminations.
Potts Camp, Byers athletes take ribbons at division meet
The Potts Camp Lady Cardinals finished highest among county teams in the Division 1-2A track meet at Charleston April 11.
Patriots place at district meet Saturday
Several Marshall Academy Patriots and Lady Patriots performed well in the Senior High District Track Meet this past Saturday at Clarksdale.
Mt. Pleasant team plans extravaganza
The Mt. Pleasant Lions youth football and cheer team is back at it again. The time has come to start recruiting for the upcoming season. To kick the season off, we will be hosting a Cheer/Dance Extravaganza.
It will be held on Saturday, May 5, at 11 a.m. in the H.W. Byers High School gym. This event is open to the public with $5 admission fee.
We are asking the community to come out and show its support. Registration information for both the youth football and cheerleading programs will be available on site as well as information about upcoming events.
Any local groups who would like to perform, please contact Kesha Collins at (662)851-4381.
Golf tournament benefits Montrose
The Holly Springs Pilgrimage Golf Tournament will be held Thursday, May 3, at Kirkwood.
Entry fee is $400 per team. Call 252-9574 to register. Hole sponsors are also needed.
It is a fund-raiser for the Holly Springs Garden Club to help with the maintenance of Montrose.
County schools place highly in region
The Potts Camp and H.W. Byers girls and boys track teams each placed in the top four at the Region 1-2A meet in Tupelo April 17.
Baseball wrapup: one county school in playoffs
By CLAUDE VINSON
The Marshall County hardball teams have found the roads to the post-season playoffs rough, if not downright impassable. Except for one glaring exception, all teams fell short.
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