August 28, 2008
MA runs for 396 yards in 40-22 win
By BARRY BURLESON
Marshall Academy entered the heat of the district race in week one and scorched Lee (Ark.) 40-22.
But it gets even hotter in week two. This Friday night, rival Kirk, fresh off a 15-12 win over Class AAA Magnolia Heights in double overtime, comes to Holly Springs for a crucial district matchup.
Lady Patriots down MRA, Bayou
The Marshall Academy Lady Patriots softball team shined as they faced some elite competition last weekend in the Madison Ridgeland Academy College Coaches’ Exposure Tournament.
Holly High, Byhalia open season this Friday
By BARRY BURLESON
Holly Springs and Byhalia, both Class 3A schools, open the season Friday night against the big boys.
Mt. Pleasant in jamboree September 13
The Mt. Pleasant Lions youth football and cheerleading team announces its kickoff event for the 2008-09 season.
The football jamboree is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 13, in Water Valley. Teams from Oxford, South Jackson, Greenville, Ashland, and Water Valley will be in attendance, along with the Mt. Pleasant Lions.
Please continue to support the Mt. Pleasant Lions. This program allows all participants, volunteers, and sponsors the opportunity to be a part of a team that is working to build a better community for all of us.
To join or sponsor the Mt. Pleasant Lions, call Kesha Collins, 662-851-4381, or Carrol Seldon, 662-851-4992, or on the web, www.leaguelineup.com/mtpleasantlions.
Marshall soccer team beats Immanuel 3-2
Marshall Academy’s effort Thursday on the soccer field was likely the Lady Patriots’ best ever.
MA turned back Immanuel Christian 3-2 and improved to 2-1 on the season. Marshall is in its fourth year of fielding a soccer team, the third under the leadership of coach Catherine Mirante.
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