April 22, 2010
The Marshall Academy baseball team split a pair of games last week with non-conference opponents in preparation for the State Class AA Baseball Playoffs.
Byhalia teams win track meet
Byhalia hosted a “warm-up” track meet last week in preparation for district competition.
Schools participating were Byhalia, Potts Camp, Ashland and Holly Springs.
The Indians won the boys meet with 83 points, followed by the Cardinals with 66 and the Blue Devils with 22.
Walsh races to first place in 5K run
Runners got a firsthand look at historic Holly Springs Saturday morning as they participated in the Pilgrimage 5K.
“We had a variety of runners such as pediatricians, veterinarians, news media, father/daughter and husband/wife, said Carri Hutchens, who helped coordinate the event. “It was fun.”
Behind The Scoreboard
Just like the swallows returning to Capistrano, it was inevitable that Tiger would return to the links. When Tiger Woods released to the media that he would choose the Masters as the venue for returning to the stage which he had performed and ruled for over a decade, the real mystery was what type of reception would he receive.
Marshall second in district
The Marshall Academy Patriots claimed the second-place trophy last week at the District 1-AA Track Meet in Clarksdale.
The MA boys totaled 86 points. Indianola Academy took the district crown with 104 points. North Delta was third with 55.
Lady Cards win five of six
Last week found the Potts Camp Lady Cardinals hosting games Thursday and Friday and then Saturday they took to the road for the day.
Cards fall to Myrtle
By CLAUDE VINSON
The Potts Camp Cardinals and Myrtle Hawks tangled on the diamond Friday for the second time this season. The Cards had stopped the Hawks in their first meeting on March 30.
Moore scores 27
Jermerica Moore, a former member of the back-to-back state champion H.W. Byers Lady Lions, recently had a great game for her new team.
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