Thursday, June 14, 2007
Marshall teams get summer work
By BARRY BURLESON
The Marshall Academy Patriots and Lady Patriots are playing a scaled back summer basketball slate compared to a year ago.
Veteran coaches lead Ashland
By BARRY BURLESON
Ashland basketball teams will benefit from a combined 65 years of coaching experience.
Rodgers advances in USA Junior Nationals
Traci Rodgers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Rodgers, has been invited to participate in the prestigious USA Junior Nationals International Sports Festival in Columbus, Ohio, July 23-29.
Billy still rich
In the indomitable style of Gomer Pyle, a lot of us probably uttered those words last week after hearing that Billy Donovan was forsaking the lucrative contract offered by the (Orlando) Magic Kingdom and went back to murking it up in the swamp.
Youngsters learn fundamental skills
Craig Dailey, head coach for the Marshall Academy Patriots basketball teams, recently held a camp for boys and girls who are bound for first grade through third grade.
Mt. Pleasant Lions continue registration until June 15 for football, cheerleading
The Mt. Pleasant Lions Youth Football and Cheer Organization is accepting applications for participation in both football and cheerleading for the 2007 season.
Softball tournament scheduled
A men’s softball tournament will be held at the ball fields in Potts Camp on June 30.
Entry fee is $125. Proceeds will go to the Potts Camp Volunteer Department.
For more information, call fire chief J.C. Pruitt, 662-544-5211, or assistant fire chief Ricky Barnett, 662-544-5407.
Boating class this Saturday
Marshall County Extension Office, 632 Hwy. 78 E., Holly Springs, will be holding a boating safety class Saturday, June 16. To register for class call 662-563-6330. Bring your Social Security number.
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