December 9, 2010
MA takes two from Chiefs
Marshall Academy teams earned a sweet sweep of Magnolia Heights Thursday night at home.
The Lady Patriots won by 10 points and the Patriots by 19.
Holly High boys win home opener; girls fall
The teams of Holly High christened their home court with the first home game of the season Tuesday evening, Nov. 30, against the teams of Coldwater.
Holly High had met these foes already this season when they took part in the Cougar Classic in Coldwater prior to the holiday break.
Dailey gets 900th win
Craig Dailey achieved a milestone Thursday night most coaches will never reach. And he did it at the young age of 40.
The head basketball coach at Marshall Academy earned his 899th and 900th career wins when both his Lady Patriots and Patriots defeated Magnolia Heights.
If last weekend was the weekend of rivalries then this was the weekend of championships, at all levels of football (except the NFL and maybe one golf). Secondary level teams throughout Mississippi finished up their quests for the prize at the top of the heap and there were a few new records.
Potts Camp boys win two of three
Potts Camp basketball teams tuned up for district play by participating in the Walnut Tournament last week.
Holly Springs splits with Ashland
The Lady Hawks and Hawks went eastward last Friday night to face an old foe in Benton County. The intensity with which these teams have played each other in years past could very well have been sent back to that level on December 3.
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