Thursday, June 5, 2014
Pearson new head coach of Patriots
By BARRY BURLESON
Coaching veteran Sam Pearson prefers the small school atmosphere and is fully aware of the success of Marshall Academy athletics.
Those are just a couple of reasons why he’s excited about moving up to head football coach after one year as offensive coordinator.
Cardinals score late, down Indians
By CLAUDE VINSON
Two of Marshall County’s football teams met in a spring contest Tuesday, May 27, at Byhalia’s gridiron. To add to the uniqueness of the tilt was the fact that the teams, the Indians and the Potts Camp Cardinals, were being led by brand new head coaches.
Kendrick Smith led the Indians in this battle and Matt Gehrke led the Cardinals.
Both teams appeared fired up as the Cardinals went over the ball first. An aggressive Byhalia defense stuffed the offense both times and the second was fumbled and covered by the Indians at the 22.
Champions of Character Tournament July 26
Hollywood triple and heartthrob Pooch Hall will host the first annual Champions of Character Excellence™ event in Holly Springs on Saturday, July 26.
Founded by Shay Brown, president/CEO of Royal Kingdom PR Agency Inc. in January 2014, Champions of Character Excellence™ (CCE) is a series of events and award-based programs designed to influence youth and future generations platforms that focus on character, integrity, and leadership at the core of successful skill to possess in the real world.
Behind The Scoreboard
Playoffs best ever
It was pointed out in this column a few weeks ago that conference finals were being played among “one’s” and “two’s.” It has been clearly evident that these were, indubitably, the best representatives – not to say that there haven’t been some occasions for temporary disappointments. However, the overall sentiment prevails that these playoff series have been the best ever. I am sure that the point will be argued.
Hurdle gets hole-in-one
On May 6, James Hurdle of Holly Springs aced the Par 3, #12 hole (80 yards) at Kirkwood National using his pitching wedge. The hole-in-one was witnessed by Pat Ellis Stubbs, Steve Gresham and Gary Barnett.
Fishing rodeo June 7 at Sardis
The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and First Security Bank of Batesville are hosting a youth fishing rodeo at Cypress Point Recreation area on the Lower Lake of Sardis on Saturday, June 7.
The fishing rodeo is open to youth 15 years and under; registration begins at 7 a.m. The Cypress Point Recreation area is located just off Highway 35.
Statesmen finish 18th at national golf championship
For the first time since 2005, the Delta State University men’s golf team took a trip to the NCAA Division II national championship. In 2014, the Statesmen traveled to Allendale, Mich., to play at The Meadows golf course on the campus of Grand Valley State University.
Delta had to fight back from a disappointing first round and though the second or third round wasn’t enough to vault the Statesmen into the top eight teams that made match play, the squad gave a valiant effort and competed with the best teams in the United States, on a national stage.
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