Thursday, April 17, 2014
Killer Kudzu draws more than 100
By BARRY BURLESON
Robert Scribner and Elise Luers were the top male and female finishers, respectively, in the 26th annual Killer Kudzu 5K Friday evening.
Scriber completed the 3.1-mile course in 16:43, while Luers finished in 21:54.
One hundred and eleven runners finished the race, which began and ended in front of historic Montrose on Salem Avenue.
The run, for the sixth straight year, was held in conjunction with the Holly Springs Pilgrimage.
MA wins eighth
straight district title
The streak continues at Marshall Academy.
The Patriots, last Thursday, captured their eighth straight district championship in baseball.
Cardinals coast to pair of district wins
By BARRY BURLESON
Potts Camp scored 50 runs in three games last week, 42 of those coming in a pair of District 2-2A wins.
The baseball Cardinals blasted Coahoma County 20-0 Thursday.
Behind The Scoreboard
NBA commands center stage
Each year, at one point in this great big sports world of ours, there is a triple intersection (quadruple if one is an avid fan of collegiate baseball), but his “collision,” if you will, presents only a mild dilemma.
Marshall tennis in full swing
The Marshall Academy tennis team traveled to Tunica on March 27 for its season opener.
With only three seniors, the Patriots battled not only experience, but also strong wind gusts. Tunica won all matches played except that of Marshall senior Kristen Lusby, who defeated her opponent in Number 1 girls singles play.
Car wash Saturday to help Holly High teams
The Holly Springs High School Hawks and Lady Hawks will have a car wash on Saturday, April 19, from 7 a.m. until noon at the Serenity parking lot.
People are encouraged to support the athletic teams and get their automobiles cleaned up for Easter.
The cost is $7.
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