January 6, 2011
Ringing in New
The Hawks and Lady Hawks hosted a close rival on the first evening of the new year. The H.W. Byers Lady Lions and Lions ended up splitting the pair of games on Saturday night.
The Lady Hawks were showing toughness in their attack during the first quarter. After all, they were no longer a winless enterprise. Their victory over Ingomar in the Myrtle Tournament had to give them a much-needed boost in morale. They were taking care of the ball much better and creating decent looks. They trailed by six after one, 12-6.
Marshall Academy basketball teams had hoped for a better showing at the Brookhaven Holiday Tournament.
But the part of the season that really matters still awaits.
The Lady Patriots went 1-2 in the tourney and the Patriots 1-1.
Jones scores 44 in Indians’ win
The Byhalia Indians won two games in the Coldwater Tournament last week, thanks in large part to Kenyatta Jones’ 71 points.
Coach Donald Bryant’s Indians slipped past the Cougars 82-79 on Monday, Dec. 27. Jones scorched the nets for more than half of Byhalia’s points. He finished with 44.
Jan. 1 bowls
Well, Mr. and Mrs. Sports Fans and all the ships at sea, here’s wishing that all of your holiday endeavors turned out in your favor and left you with bountiful blessings.
Potts Camp squads take two of six at Alcorn tournament
Both the Potts Camp Lady Cardinals and Cardinals won one of three games in the Alcorn Central Holiday Tournament last week.
The girls opened play Monday night, Dec. 27, with a 61-27 pounding of Murfreesboro (Tenn.) Central Magnet School.
Lady Lions drop two in elite holiday tournament
The H.W. Byers Lady Lions are known for taking on anybody, anywhere.
They wrapped up 2010 by competing in an elite holiday shootout at Nashville, Tenn.
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