Marshall County will be well represented in upcoming Dizzy Dean all-star tournaments.
It’s been a productive summer for the Byhalia High School baseball team.
“I’ve definitely seen continued progress,” coach Hunter Gore said.
Sanders Cattle Farm, an 8-and-under Potts Camp team, placed second in the regular season and second in the post-season tournament.
Courtesy photoPictured at the Ole Miss Team Camp last week are (front, from left) Cori Bell, Cardarrius Isom, Ded’drick Faulkner and Marquavious Jones; (back, same order) Shontaveous Harris, Dylan King, Devin Coleman, Tyhem Reaves, Lee Quinn-Lake, Daveon Miller and Anthony Gulledge Jr.
Courtesy photoPictured at the Murray State University team camp last week are Holly Springs Hawks (front, from left) Cori Bell, Lee Quinn-Lake, Ded’drick Faulkner, Cardarrius Isom, Marquavious Jones, Tyhem Reaves; and (second row, same order) Dylan King, Anthony Gulledge Jr., Shontaveous Harris, Rahmel Campbell, Devin Coleman and Daveon Miller. Coach Sylvester Kilgore said the Hawks had a great time and played some really good teams from Kentucky. “Plus, we got to visit with Holly Springs basketball’s all-time leading scorer, DaQuan Smith (who will be a freshman at Murray State),” Kilgore said. “He is doing great, and the coaches at Murray State are pleased with how he is progressing this summer and plan on him being a huge part of their success next season.”
Three months after finishing as Class 3A state runner-up, Holly Springs is back at work on the basketball court.
Zac Miller, 7, won first place in his division at the first two stops of the Southern Wake Series.