MA golfers go to state
The Marshall Academy golf team, entering the 2010 campaign, returned four key players from last year’s team that finished second in the North State AA and fourth in the State AA Tournament.
Byhalia athletes place in top four at regionals
Byhalia High School athletes had a strong showing in the Region 1-4A Track and Field Meet April 30 at Pontotoc, including four first-place finishes.
Killer Kudzu set for Saturday
It’s time for the Killer Kudzu.
The annual 5K is set for this Saturday, May 15, starting at 9 a.m. It begins and ends on the courtsquare in Holly Springs.
Behind The Scoreboard
The NBA playoffs blasted into the second round with few surprises.
As alluded to last week, the NBA sends the best 16 of the 30. And, also as pointed out last week, hitching your wagon to the shining star of the Cleveland Cavaliers wouldn’t be a bad bet. True, they are currently locked in a do or die battle with the Boston Celtics to see who or which will forge the way to meet the best of the West. If memory serves, this road is not at all dissimilar to the one taken last season.
Holly High scrimmage Friday
Friday, May 14, is “Hawk Pride Day” at Holly Springs High School, ending with spring football that evening.
The “Black and Gold Game” will start at 6 p.m. in the stadium at Sam Coopwood Park, weather permitting. There will be a $3 admission charge. In case of inclement weather, it will be moved to either Monday or Tuesday of next week, May 17 or 18.
James signs with BMC
By BARRY BURLESON
It was indeed a happy birthday for Parker James.
The standout pitcher and outfielder at Marshall Academy signed a baseball grant-in-aid with Blue Mountain College on Monday, May 3.
Gibson inks with Northwest
By BARRY BURLESON
Casey Gibson has started on the softball field at Marshall Academy since the sixth grade. Last Thursday the senior signed a fast-pitch scholarship with Northwest Community College.
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