Thursday, July 26, 2007
MA seeks another shot at state title
By BARRY BURLESON
The Marshall Academy Lady Patriots start a new softball season next week and expectations are high, to say the least.
Deadline July 31 for coed softball
Byhalia Sports Association will host a fall coed slow pitch recreational softball league for ages 16 and over.
A limited number of coed teams will be accepted.
BSA is accepting team and individual applications. Cost is $40 per player.
Last day to register is July 31. Games begin mid-August.
Call any of the following for further information – Doug or Janice Wagg - 838-2806; David or Darla Painter - 838-5200; Jerry or Kim Kelley - 838-6849.
Behind The Scoreboard
During the last few days, two glaring pieces of news surfaced which have started everyone talking. Some very loudly. Oftentimes it does not take a lot of weighty news to get the fan base riled up in any given sport. Sometimes, and depending on the subject and circumstances, small bits become balloons.
Holbrook chosen for Junior Nationals
Randi Holbrook, a senior at Whitley County High School in Williamsburg, Ky., is participating in the prestigious USA Junior Nationals International Sports Festival July 23-29 in Columbus, Ohio.
The Marshall County 8-year-old all-stars finished second in the World Series Warm-Up Tournament Saturday at Potts Camp. The Dizzy Dean World Series begins this Friday in Southaven.
Mt. Pleasant football, cheer league continues registration for 2007 season
The Mt. Pleasant Lions Youth Football and Cheer Organization still has slots available for participation in both football and cheerleading for the 2007 season.
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