September 2, 2010
Indians get road win; Hawks next
By BARRY BURLESON
Byhalia is 2-0 with rival Holly Springs coming to town Friday night.
Head coach Markeith Washington’s squad went on the road last week and returned to Marshall County with a 28-22 win over Okolona.
Marshall falls to Chiefs
By BARRY BURLESON
Marshall Academy had some opportunities to stay in the game with Magnolia Heights Friday night in Senatobia.
But lack of execution, penalties and four lost fumbles did not help the cause.
The Class AAA Chiefs led 14-6 at the half, increased the margin to 35-6 in the second half and knocked off Class AA Marshall 35-19.
Lady Pats knock off Knights
The Marshall Academy softball team experienced a dominating win, a one-run loss and a not-so-close setback last week.
The Lady Patriots’ bats really came to life August 23 in a 16-0 home win over West Memphis Christian.
Successful debut for new coach
By CLAUDE VINSON
The Hawks kicked off their 2010 gridiron campaign Friday against a visiting squad from nearby H.W. Byers.
Behind The Scoreboard
While the ladies of the WNBA were trying to navigate their way through the first rounds of their playoffs, and Tiger Woods was reeling from his breakup settlement and stumbling through the Barclays, the big boys in the NFL had their hands full while trying to select the right signal callers, their backups and trim their rosters before the regular season starts in about two weeks.
Marshall junior high loses to Chiefs
The Marshall Academy junior high football squad showed some spunk in the second half against Magnolia Heights.
The Patriots fell behind 21-0 in the first quarter and 26-0 at the half before losing the season opener 42-8.
Lady Pats improve in losses
The Marshall Academy Lady Patriots dropped a pair of soccer games last week, but coach Lance McGregor saw plenty of improvement.
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