Baseball registration continues

The Holly Springs Parks and Recreation Department announces Dizzy Dean softball, baseball and T-ball registration is now open.
The league is for girls and boys ages 4-16. The fee is $50 per child.
Register at city hall Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. City hall is located at 160 South Memphis Street.
Bring a copy of each child’s birth certificate and a valid picture ID for registering parent or guardian.

Photos by Theresa Bolden Devore and Penny Lomenick
Tyler Bolden (4) goes to the goal versus the Cougars in the championship game.

Photos by Theresa Bolden Devore
Eli Pearson (3) releases a shot in the state semi-finals versus Clinton Christian.

Drayton Potts is fouled as drives to the goal versus Prairie View.

MA teams second in state • Boys lose by three to Brookhaven

The Marshall Academy Patriots had their chances in a close Class AA state champion game but just couldn’t capitalize.

Photos by Theresa Bolden Devore and Penny Lomenick
Julia Nicholson (3) puts up a shot in the finals versus Brookhaven Academy.

Photos by Penny Lomenick
Alexis McGreger is guarded closely as she goes in for a lay-up versus Centerville in the state semi-finals.

Kaylan Parks (right) grabs a rebound versus Glenbrook.

MA teams second in state • Girls’ rally falls short

A gutsy group of Marshall Academy Lady Patriots didn’t throw in the towel after a rocky start in the Class AA state championship game.

Photo by DeMill Dixon
Anthony Johnson takes a jump shot over the outstretched arms of a Yazoo County player.

Photos by DeMill Dixon
DaQuan Smith collides with a Yazoo player as he takes his shot.

Cori Bell (15) goes in for a short shot against Yazoo County.

Hawks win in round one

The Holly Springs Hawks used defense to light the fire in round one of the Class 3A basketball playoffs.


Holly Springs South Reporter

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