October 2, 2008
for Lady Pats
Winning a state championship is difficult. Repeating is much tougher.
Marshall Academy got the job done last week, claiming its second straight Class AA state fast-pitch softball championship. It’s the first time ever an athletic team from the school has won back-to-back state titles.
Hawks score late to turn back ’Cats
The Hawks overcame a first half lead by the Independence Wildcats Friday night to win their first divisional game in heart-stopping fashion on the road.
Everyone has heard the expression of being on “cloud nine.” That would have probably described the mood at Ole Miss last Friday night after the successful hosting of their history-making, first-ever, presidential debate. That one will appear in the annals everywhere for all time.
Junior high Pats improve to 5-0
The Marshall Academy junior high football team kept its record unblemished last week.
Indians lose 50-21; homecoming next
This week in practice, coach Markeith Washington is looking for toughness on the defensive side of the football.
That’s after his Byhalia Indians were dealt a 50-21 loss Friday night at North Panola. They dropped to 0-5 overall and 0-2 in district play.
MA falls 15-3
Marshall Academy’s bus broke down en route to Columbus Friday night. The game started 15 minutes late, and much like the bus, the MA offense sputtered.
Bowhunters can help Department of Wildlife and win
The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks is gathering statewide buck/doe and doe/fawn ratios by using bowhunter observations.
Marshall beats Lee 2-0, nears state playoff berth
The 2008 edition of Marshall Academy soccer has already set a school record for wins. And the Lady Patriots entered this week with a shot at a first-ever playoff berth.
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