March 27, 2008
Patriots stun highly-ranked Oxford
By BARRY BURLESON
Coach Jimmy Hicks called it perhaps the biggest baseball win in the history of Marshall Academy.
Young Cardinals off to 3-7 start under Loden
By BARRY BURLESON
The Potts Camp Cardinals have opened the baseball season at 3-7 but more importantly first-year head coach Michael Loden sees progress.
Behind The Scoreboard
MSU-Tigers great game
I am not going to say that I am 100 percent pleased with how the first and second rounds panned out last weekend but being the eternal optimist, I do consider myself fortunate that I only lost one of my predictions.
Byers players named all-region
H.W. Byers coaches and players dominate the post-season honors in Region 1-2A basketball.
Parks and Rec slates tennis for children
The Holly Springs Parks and Recreation Department announces registration for boys and girls 12 and under who want to learn about tennis in a fun environment.
The cost is $31 for each child. It includes a one-year USTA junior membership, subscription to USTA magazine, and access to play in USTA tournaments and leagues.
You can register at city hall or the Multi-Purpose Building. Call 252-4807 for more information.
Teams forming for co-ed softball
An adult Co-Ed Softball League is forming for the Thomas Arena ball field in Holly Springs.
Entry fee is $400 per team.
Call B.J., 274-4560, or Kevin, 252-9551, to register a team or for more information. A limited number of teams will be accepted.
Bearcats sweep Fisk with solid pitching
The Rust College baseball Bearcats beat Fisk 15-1 and 13-3 last week to improve their Division III record to 2-2 on the season.
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