Thursday, September 6, 2007
Indians fight but fall short at 5A Horn Lake
By CLAUDE VINSON
The Indians of Byhalia traveled to the home of the Horn Lake Eagles to begin their 2007 football season. Byhalia faced a determined Class 5A team with a well-staffed roster, but according to their coach, Devin Rutherford, the Indians acquitted themselves quite well.
Behind The Scoreboard
Big upset in ‘Big House’
If you saw any sports headlines at all this holiday weekend, it is a sure bet that two of the more prominent ones were about two most prominent victories. What really thrusts them into the field of prominence were the margins of victory and the teams which achieved them. It is said that no matter how small the margin of victory, it is still a victory.
Hawks lose opener to 4A Lafayette
By CLAUDE VINSON
This was not the opener which the Holly High Hawks had planned and hoped for.
About mid-week the Class 3A Hawks received word that there would be a change of venue in their opening game. The Hawks’ field was deemed unsuitable for the contest with the 4A Lafayette Commodores due to ruts created by a vandal in a vehicle and the game was moved to Oxford.
Lady Indians down rival Byers
The Byhalia Lady Indians softball team faced H.W. Byers on Tuesday, September 28, at Byers’ home field.
Lady Patriots beat Carroll, Lee
By BARRY BURLESON
The Marshall Academy softball team remained perfect in district play last week with wins over Carroll and Lee (Clarksdale).
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