Lady Cards, Cards win first in regional
The Potts Camp track teams continued their winning ways last week. The Lady Cardinals and Cardinals claimed the Region 1-1A crowns.
The Potts Camp girls finished 33 points ahead of their closest competitor, scoring 163 to Myrtle’s 130. Biggersville was third with 87.
The Potts Camp boys outdistanced second-place Tupelo Christian by 44 points - 158 to 114. Biggersville placed third with 109.
The top four finishers in each event advance to Class A North State this weekend at Tupelo.
Going to state
A Marshall Academy Patriot has advanced to the State AA Tennis Tournament in Jackson.
Kendall Harris, a senior at MA, was scheduled to start state competition Wednesday of this week at Ridgeland Tennis Center.
sixth in overall track meet
Seven Marshall Academy athletes competed in the Overall Track and Field Championship last weekend with the 4x100 meter relay team bringing home the biggest prize.
Behind The Scoreboard
Cavaliers wise pick
It was a sloppy weekend to say the least. And its effects could be felt in more than one venue. The most devastating had nothing to do with the sports arena of various kinds and some of these were felt very close to home.
County athletes selected all-district
Some athletes and coaches from Potts Camp and H.W. Byers were recently named to the 2009-10 Division 2-A all-district team.
Potts Camp’s Kenyotta Jenkins was named the co-player of the year in the division, joining Myrtle’s Aspriona Gilbert. Jenkins is a Division I college signee with Ole Miss.
Ray to be honored at Northwest banquet
By BRITTANY GREER
Johnny Ray of Olive Branch will be among the six inductees honored during Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Sports Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony on May 27 in the David M. Haraway Conference Center on the Senatobia campus.
Rust alumnus joins Hall of Fame
Rust College alumnus Dr. Marvin Hogan was inducted into the Mississippi Community and Junior College Sports Hall of Fame April 27.
Athletes select colleges
Three Marshall County athletes have made their college choices.
Basketball standout signs with Rust College
A Jackson County basketball standout will play for Rust College next season.
Harrison Central guard Justin Brown, who averaged four assists and 11 points per game, is planning on attending Rust College. Brown earned All-South Mississippi honors last year. During his junior year he averaged 5.5 assists and 16 points per game.
Stanley gets hole-in-one
On April 27, Gary Stanley of Harmontown aced the Par 3, #15 hole (99 yards) at Kirkwood National using his sand wedge.
The hole-in-one was witnessed by Ron Hamilton, Jim Miller, Sam Wilson, Tim Wilson, Ben Foster and Susan Bevill.
McKenzie new golf coach at Blue Mountain
Danny McKenzie, sports information director at Blue Mountain College for the past two years, has been named the Toppers’ golf coach.
The Holly Springs High School Football Booster Club is meeting every Monday at 6 p.m. in the library.
Marcus Autry, new head coach of the Hawks, urges all Holly High supporters to attend and get involved with the Booster Club.
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