October 7, 2010
Hawks lose district opener
It was a frustrating night flag-wise for Holly High Friday at Independence.
The Hawks were penalized 16 times in their district opener but kept battling, only to lose 27-19 to the Wildcats.
Indians fall to third district foe
The Indians faced the number two team in their district last Friday night when the Rosa Fort Lions roared into town.
The Lions were 5-1 on the season and the Indians were 3-3. This was also homecoming for Byhalia.
To dredge up an old saying from the days of Maxwell Smart (of “Get Smart”), would you believe that going into the fourth NFL weekend there were only three teams left which were undefeated? Would you really believe that one of those three was the Kansas City Chiefs? Yeah, the Chiefs, who had won only four games the entire previous season.
Cardinals ‘sloppy’ in 40-14 loss
Penalties plagued Potts Camp Thursday night.
The Cardinals were flagged 19 times at Tupelo Christian and lost 40-14.
Jr. high Pats blank Oak Hill
The Marshall Academy junior high Patriots earned a shutout in their final home game of the season.
MA knocked off Oak Hill Academy 20-0 last Thursday night and evened its record at 3-3 with one game remaining.
H.W. Byers ‘out-matched’ at Okolona
Coach James Kimbrough called his Lions’ trip to Okolona Friday night “a learning experience.”
H.W. Byers, in its first varsity season since reviving football a few years back, lost to a tradition-rich 1A school, 47-8.
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