April 1, 2010
Indians mar Hawks’ return to diamond
By CLAUDE VINSON
After about a five-year absence from baseball, the Hawks of Holly High returned to the diamond in a historic first game against the Indians of Byhalia. The game was played on the Indians’ field last Saturday on a sunny but windy afternoon.
MA Patriots sweep Colonels
Marshall Academy had a successful week, picking up five District 1-AA victories and running their win streak to 10 games.
Patriots place third in meet
The Marshall Academy varsity boys took third place Saturday in an invitational track meet at Patriot Field.
Tunica Academy and Tupelo Christian tied for first with 77 points and Marshall was third with 64.
Behind The Scoreboard
SEC teams terminated
“The Devils,” you say! That could have been the exclamation, or lamentation, that came from any one of us who thought that the Kentucky Wildcats would be the SEC team which would waltz its way to Indianapolis and the Final Four.
Cards beat Lions
By BARRY BURLESON
Marshall JV teams place third
Marshall Academy junior varsity track teams placed third in home meet to kick off the season March 24.
The JV Lady Patriots (35) narrowly trailed first-place Tupelo Christian (39) and second-place Kirk (37) when points were totalled.
Rodeo Saturday in Barton
The Deep South Championship Rodeo is coming to the Barton community Saturday, April 3.
The big event, produced by J Bar B Rodeo Co., begins at 7 p.m. at the Robert Rainey Jr. Memorial Arena, 928 Quinn Road.
Ticket prices are $8 adults, $6 children, and 3 and under free.
For more information on the championship rodeo, call Jerry Bolden, 662-551-0475.
Lady Ranger shortstop
Northwest Community College shortstop Mandy Bolden of Holly Springs scoops up a ground ball during a Lady Rangers’ softball game at Itawamba in Fulton March 24. Northwest lost by scores of 5-1 and 3-0 to drop to 16-8 overall and 2-2 in the North Division.
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