Thursday, June 27, 2013
Foster takes hog hunting to new level
By BARRY BURLESON
Justin Foster’s adrenaline starts pumping just talking about his favorite pastime.
The 33-year-old Marshall Countian is taking the hog-hunting world by storm. He thrives on the challenge and danger of hunting the wild animals with dogs.
Marshall continues summer games
By BARRY BURLESON
Coach Craig Dailey perhaps got a preview of things to come last week.
“Ups and downs, peaks and valleys – that will most likely mark most of the season for the high school boys (in 2013-2014),” said Dailey, whose Marshall Academy team will be seeking a fourth straight state championship.
The Patriots competed in a basketball camp last week at public school Center Hill.
“We have at least three junior high boys that will compete for playing time on the varsity,” he said. “All three started at different times throughout the week.
Behind The Scoreboard
It took the loss of a headband and the loss of a shoe (temporarily), but the Miami Heat burned the San Antonio Spurs in overtime. The Spurs came out and, as has been their standard, took an early lead in game six. But they seemed to forget the Heat was at home.
Knotty Bolden Rodeo July 19-20
The 29th Annual Knotty Bolden Memorial Deep South Championship Rodeo is set for Friday and Saturday, July 19-20, at 8 p.m.
The rodeo, produced by J Bar B Rodeo Co., will be held at the Knotty Bolden Memorial Arena on Highway 7, six miles north of Holly Springs.
Ticket prices are $8 for ages 12 and older, $6 for ages 4-11, and 3 and under free. Military will receive free admission with an ID.
For more information, call Jerry Bolden at (662) 551-0475 or (662) 252-4634.
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