October 30, 2008
county rival Indians
Fireworks started early in this one.Holly High was first to receive and Darryl Kinkle took the ball to the 48. Chris Scales put the ball on the 38. And the Hawks were threatening early on a first and goal from the four.
away Carroll early
Keith Wicker talked to his Marshall Academy Patriots before they took the field Friday at Carroll about facing a winless team on both its senior night and homecoming.
“We had not had an intense week of practice,” the head coach said.
H.W. Byers wins two vs. Potts Camp
This would be the first game of the 2008 season for the reigning champions of the 2A division. The Lady Lions were going up against the Lady Cardinals of Potts Camp. The Lady Cardinals were playing in their fourth contest with a record of 2-1.
There is an amusing story by Charles Dudley Warner entitled “How I Killed A Bear.” One reading the story could very easily make the analogy between certain parts of the adventure to the odyssey of the Tampa Bay Rays in the Major Leagues. By now everyone has heard that the Bays dropped the “Devil” from their name. I won’t speculate on this because I have not read, seen, nor heard any rationale for this. Perhaps the “Devil made them do it?”
MA hosting pre-season shootout; Lady Pats vs. Byers Saturday
The Marshall Academy Pre-Season Girls Shootout continues through Saturday, Nov. 1.
There will also be regular season openers for the junior high and varsity boys mixed in on Saturday.
‘Light the Field’ moved to Nov. 6
The Byhalia High School baseball and softball teams would like to invite everyone to attend the “Lighting of the Field” celebration on Thursday, Nov. 6, at 6 p.m.
The date of this event was changed due to rain last Thursday.
This is the first time there have been lights on the baseball and softball fields. There will be a game played between the 2009 team and the past Indian baseball players.
All past players who wish to attend, please call Coach Brown at 662-838-2446 or 901-734-7525.
Byhalia High hosts ‘play day’
Saturday, Byhalia invited eight teams to take part in a fast-paced “play day.”
According to coach Michael Neal, head mentor for the Byhalia Indians, it would give teams an opportunity to go against players outside their own teams. The games began promptly at high noon with Senatobia and New Albany squaring off. Six of the invited teams were from Mississippi and two were from Tennessee.
Results released from Kudzu run
The Killer Kudzu Fall Finale ran through the streets of Holly Springs Saturday morning with Ben Knoerschild finishing first overall.
Results for the 5K and one-mile run, which were held in conjunction with the annual Kudzu Festival on the square, follow.
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