November 18, 2010
Potts Camp teams third in state
Both the Potts Camp girls and boys finished third out of 17 teams in the Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 1A Cross Country Championships.
Patriots start 5-0
The Marshall Academy Patriots went four-for-four last week, the most exciting being an overtime win at home over Myrtle.
MA was up eight at the half and built as much as a 19-point lead in the third quarter before blowing it. But they got saved by a “slip” at the end of regulation and won 74-69 in the extra period Tuesday, Nov. 9, at home.
Hawks take second
The Holly High Hawks and Lady Hawks opened their seasons on the road with a three-day participation in the Cougar Classic at Coldwater.
H.W. Byers senior signs with Troy
Kourtney Coleman’s head coach said she has a passion for success on the basketball court and in the classroom.
Oregon still on top
The Ducks can probably thank whomever Ducks thank in situations like this, but they escaped the weekend with all their tail feathers and the number one ranking in collegiate football.
Lady Lions off to 2-1 start
H.W. Byers basketball teams tipped off their 2010-11 campaign Monday, Nov. 8, at home with a split versus Independence.
MA’s Wicker resigns
Keith Wicker, head football coach at Marshall Academy, has resigned effective at the end of the school year due to health reasons.
Coaches, please send in results
Varsity basketball coaches in Marshall County are reminded to e-mail their game summaries to email@example.com or telephone them in to 662-252-4261 or 662-274-4368.
It is the goal of The South Reporter to give all of the student athletes in Marshall County the best coverage possible through the sports pages.
Lady Cards 2-2; boys beat Troopers
Potts Camp tipped off the new basketball season with a busy, four-game week.
Eighth in state
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