Thursday, August 9, 2012
MA softball team off to strong start
The first three days of the softball season for the Marshall Academy Lady Patriots, a team with a lot of new faces, proved to be very productive.
MA blanked Heritage, Lee (Clarksdale) and Kirk Academy before splitting with one of the top teams in the state, Bayou.
Home Sweet Home
It was a new experience for the Potts Camp Cardinals when they opened preseason football practice Monday, July 30.
“Having a field with lines on it, they didn’t know how to act,” said head coach Shane Stone, hired in 2009 to build a football program from scratch. “The last three years the only times they saw painted lines was on Friday nights.”
on new offense, defense
Bart Jenkins is eager to get a good look at his Marshall Academy football team Thursday evening.
The Patriots will go to Carroll Academy for a District 1-AA jamboree.
It’s a day-to-day process for the Benton County Buccaneers.
The football team is beginning its second year of existence with a brand new coaching staff.
Behind The Scoreboard
If Michael Phelps had any serious critics, they probably wore sack cloth over their heads Saturday evening. One could start with the word “awesome” and run the entire gamut of adjectives and it just might not adequately describe the XXX Olympiad’s golden champion.
Marshall drops three
A young and mostly inexperienced Marshall Academy soccer team began the season last week with three losses.
The Lady Patriots went to Yazoo City for their opener July 31 and fell 7-0 to Manchester Academy.
Former MA player named to watch list for place-kickers
By KEVIN MALONEY
The Watch List for the 2012 Fred Mitchell Award includes 44 Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), Division II, Division III, National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) collegiate place-kickers nominated by their colleges for excellence on the football field and in the community.
Byhalia softball players attend skills clinic in Cordova, Tenn.
Three Byhalia competitive softball players attended the Germantown Red Devils Softball Skills Clinic at the First Tennessee Fields in Cordova, Tenn., this past weekend, August 4.
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