The 25th annual Knotty Bolden Memorial Deep South Championship Rodeo was held Friday and Saturday.
Photos by Ronnie Day and Dillon Day
MA girls reload for another title run
By BARRY BURLESON
The Marshall Academy Lady Patriots enter a new fast-pitch softball season with three-peat on their minds.
But they go after a third straight Class AA state championship with three stars missing due to graduation. Gone are catcher Heather Tomlinson, pitcher Lauren Alexander and center fielder Traci Rodgers.
Soccer camp next week
The Holly Springs Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a British Soccer Camp next week.
Camp dates are July 27-31 at Sam Coopwood Park.
Behind The Scoreboard
Grizzlies need hero
I would be remiss if I did not acknowledge the comments on last week’s column, both personally and “telephonically.” They were gratifying.
It would appear that this is the season for losing “giants” from all walks of life. Unfortunately, that, too, is life.
There is probably not a single media source in the whole wide world which is not aware of the accomplishments of Walter Cronkite. He was a hero.
Hall of Fame banquet set
Tickets are on sale for the 47th Annual BancorpSouth Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame Induction Weekend Friday, July 31, and Saturday, August 1.
Coach’s state title ring stolen
Susan Rodgers, athletic director and head softball coach at Marshall Academy, is hoping for the return of her state championship ring from 2007.
Her home in the Deer Creek Road area of Byhalia was broken into on June 18. Several items were stolen, including the ring.
“It’s very important to me personally,” she said. “It has tremendous sentimental value.”
She said she appreciates the work of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department on the case. If anyone has any information, please call the authorities at 662-252-1311.
Growing big bass in little ponds
By Dr. Wes Neal
Largemouth bass are one of the most popular sport fish in Mississippi, and many anglers chase these beasts on Magnolia State’s medium to large reservoirs every day. However, little waters (one acre and larger) can produce trophy bass consistently with a little help from the pond owner.
Qualify for state 4-H horse show
Congratulations to Nicki and Rachel Smith for placing in the 2009 Northeast District 4-H Horse Show. Nicki is standing with her quarter horse gelding, Pros Skipa Star. She placed first in showmanship14-15, second in Western pleasure 14-15, and third in Western horsemanship 14-18. Rachel is atop her quarter horse gelding, Zipping Tiger Leo. She placed first in Western horsemanship 8-13, second in Western pleasure 8-11, and fourth in showmanship 8-11. Both girls qualified to represent Marshall County at the 2009 State 4-H Horse Show in Jackson, July 8-12.
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