March 26, 2009
Holly Springs trio helps lead team to Tennessee title
By BARRY BURLESON
Three Holly Springs girls are members of a state champion basketball team in Tennessee.
Seniors for Bishop Byrne High School include Brittany Balfour Walls, Brandy Balfour Walls and Hendia Thigpen.
Junior high Patriots win conference championship
The Marshall Academy junior high baseball team won first place in the Tri Lakes Conference Tournament Friday at Oxford High School.
The Patriots came away as champions in the league’s inaugural season after entering the tournament as the number three seed. Victories over Water Valley and Oxford set up the championship against South Panola.
Indians fall to MHEA
The Byhalia Indians completed their 10th game of the young season Thursday at home.
The Indians had a record of 5-4 going into the contest with the Memphis-Area Home Education Association Eagles, whose record was 4-3. MHEA had defeated the Indians about a week earlier.
Potts Camp, Byhalia split games on softball field
On Tuesday, March 10, the Potts Camp Lady Cardinals fast-pitch softball team traveled to Byhalia.
This was a doubleheader with the Lady Indians.
MA struggles in Tennessee
The Marshall Academy Patriots went 1-3 last week in the Lewis Harris Memorial Tournament in neighboring Tennessee.
Bolton 11 Marshall 5
Senior Hunter Bolden gave the Patriots a 2-0 lead in the first inning March 16 with his second home run of the spring.
Cards get one win in tourney
By BARRY BURLESON
Potts Camp hosted a one-day tournament and came away with a win, a tie and a loss.
The Cardinals opened the spring break event with a 6-0 victory over Ashland.
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