Thursday, August 23, 2012
Patriots ‘come together’ for 28-10 win over Chiefs
By BARRY BURLESON
It took almost a half Friday night for the newness to wear off.
Then this edition of Marshall Academy football, with 15 of 25 players new on the roster, took control of its season opener and rolled to a 28-10 win over Magnolia Heights.
Cardinals open stadium with win over Lions
By CLAUDE VINSON
The Potts Camp Cardinals and a multitude of fans christened their new stadium last Friday night with a convincing victory over cross county rival H.W. Byers.
Braves to start new season
A couple of Indian chiefs were sidelined Friday night for the season-opener but the adversity made the effort even stronger.
Byhalia, without star players Davion Johnson and Curtis Akins, journeyed to Tishomingo County and beat the Braves 26-14.
MA girls improve to 12-1
The Marshall Academy Lady Patriots continued their winning ways on the softball diamond last week.
The victories included two big ones to start District 1-AA play.
Behind The Scoreboard
Football and a little more
Make no bones about it. This column is all about football this week; never mind the upcoming preamble which could be just a tad misleading.
Former Holly High Hawk joins pro team in France
Clevin Hannah left August 11 for northern France, where he will play professional basketball for Evreux.
The former Holly Springs High School Hawk is listed as one of the top players for coach Valin Remy’s team.
MA soccer team keeps improving
The Marshall Academy soccer squad lost a home game to Immanuel last week and a road doubleheader in Louisiana.
Holly High falls to Coldwater, hosts J.F. Kennedy next
By BARRY BURLESON
It was a disappointing opening night for new head coach Chris Rankin and his Holly Springs football team.
The Hawks fell 52-20 at Coldwater.
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