December 2, 2010
The teams of Holly High were at the home court of their biggest in-county rival over the holiday break, taking part in the Byhalia Thanksgiving Tournament.
Marshall teams fall short at Myrtle
The Marshall Academy versus Myrtle games Monday night, Nov. 22, were not decided until the closing seconds.
The Lady Patriots, playing without a pair of seniors, lost a 52-49 nail-biter on the road. The Patriots, who trailed by 19 points in the third quarter, rallied to tie the game late only to see the Hawks win 86-84 at the buzzer.
Lady Lions lose two in Tennessee tourney
The H.W. Byers Lady Lions dropped a pair of games last weekend to strong opponents from Florida and Tennessee.
Then there were three.
Another turn of events on Friday left the BCS standings in an impending flux with the demise of the Boise State Broncos. The Broncs, who have been prancing over the opposition for the last two seasons, threw a shoe in their meeting with Nevada. The Wolf Pack used an overtime to knock the visions of sugar plums and a BCS bowl berth from the heads of the Broncos. The Wolf Pack had been ranked 19th, while Boise had been hoping to move to number two. Instead, late Sunday night the word was that they had dropped down to number nine.
close tournament with losses
The Byhalia Lady Indians and the Center Hill Lady Mustangs squared off in the girls final of the Byhalia Thanksgiving Tournament.
Marshall County teams fall to Tate teams
Three Marshall County teams took part in the Senatobia pre-holiday tournament November 22-23. They suffered three losses on opening day.
Quail hunting season runs through March 5
Mississippi’s statewide bobwhite quail hunting season opened November 25. The season closes March 5, 2011.
There is a daily bag limit of eight quail. Several public lands around the state offer quail hunting opportunity, although hunters may have to cover a lot of ground to find birds.
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