Thursday, November 1, 2007
Indians knock off rival Hawks
By CLAUDE VINSON
The Byhalia Indians visited Holly Springs last Friday night and solidified their grasp on the Region 3-3A championship.
Cardinals claim division crown
For the third consecutive year, the Potts Camp boys’ cross country team won its division title.
MA 9-1, district champs
By BARRY BURLESON
A four-year playoff drought is history.
Marshall Academy’s easy 35-7 win at home Friday night over winless Carroll Academy wrapped up the District 1-AA championship and a first round playoff game at home on Friday, Nov. 9.
Behind The Scoreboard
First, let me say thanks for all the comments on the last two “Scoreboards.” Your comments are welcomed and appreciated.
The World Series came to a cascading fourth game on Sunday evening and the fans embracing the Colorado Rockies didn’t seem to be “too bummed out,” according to some of their observations. Sure, there were disappointments, but most appeared happy that the Rockies had made history by making it to the big games.
Valentine aces Par 3, #6
On October 27, Johnny Valentine of Oxford aced the Par 3, #6 hole (147 yards) at Kirkwood National, using his 7 iron.
The hole in one on the Kirkwood golf course was witnessed by Spencer Ritts and Ron Hamilton, both of Waterford.
Potts Camp sweeps opponents
By BARRY BURLESON
Tana Miller admitted her first coaching victory was special, but most of all, she gave credit where credit’s due.
“What made me feel good is that we played as well as we played,” the rookie mentor said about her Potts Camp Lady Cardinals, who beat Ashland 78-57 Tuesday of last week.
Twenty-four teams compete in tourney
If you’ve got the drive, we’ve got the tournament. The 11th annual White Oak Classic was held at Kirkwood National in Holly Springs, on Thursday, September 20, with 24 teams participating this year.
First deer gun season nears
Deer hunters have just three weeks to get everything in order for the statewide November 17 opening of gun season. An estimated 300,000 hunters will be hunting over the course of the first 14-day gun season, according to the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks. Deer season will remain open in some form until January 31, 2008 in Zone 1 and February 15 in Zone 2.
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