November 11, 2010
Marshall teams open with wins
Marshall Academy basketball teams blistered Lee (Marianna, Ark.) Monday, Nov. 1, to start the regular schedule.
The Lady Patriots, coming off a 2-1 showing in their own preseason tournament, got off to a lackluster start but rolled over the Lady Cougars 50-24.
Pats go out in round one
Marshall Academy shot itself in the foot early Friday night and never recovered.
The Patriots, already trailing 7-0, lost two fumbles inside its 25-yard line. Leake Academy cashed in both and went on to dominate and eliminate MA 30-0 in the first round of the Class AA state football playoffs.
win opener for new coach
The Byhalia Lady Indians opened their 2010-11 campaign on the hardwood with a victory over the visiting Independence Lady Wildcats Saturday night.
The game was the first outing for new head coach Renee Crenshaw, who was hired over the summer. Coach Crenshaw comes from Southwind High School in Memphis, Tenn., where she had coached for six years.
SEC takes new twist
If I were to say that I am at a loss to explain the turn of events in the collegiate football world and the SEC in particular, it would be an understatement.
Coleman honored; Lady Lions in Super 10
Some basketball teams and players from Marshall County are receiving preseason accolades.
Atop the list are the H.W. Byers Lady Lions, ranked first in Class 1A by the Clarion-Ledger and ninth in the daily newspaper’s “Super 10,” which includes schools in all classifications.
Hannah picked in D-League draft
Former Holly High Hawk Clevin Hannah was drafted in the fifth round of the NBA Development League draft last week.
Hannah, a graduate of Wichita State University, was picked seventh in that round by the Rio Grande Valley Vipers.
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