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Byhalia’s Jacob Malone (30) follows through with his swing during a recent home game.
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Byhalia’s Andrew Genova takes his swing.

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Baserunner Gavin Edwards eyes the opposing pitcher.

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Mark Jones makes it safely to first base.

Indians make progress in summer

It’s been a productive summer for the Byhalia High School baseball team.

“I’ve definitely seen continued progress,” coach Hunter Gore said.

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In front, from left, are Kaylee Howell, Emma Cook, Aubree Whaley, Randall Sanders and Sunny Skelton. On the second row, same order, are Carrington Coker, Kilee Harris, Taylor Hancock, Emma Barkhurst and Ayla Jordan. Coaches are Jason Howell, Desiree Howell and Ben Coker.

Successful season

Sanders Cattle Farm, an 8-and-under Potts Camp team, placed second in the regular season and second in the post-season tournament.

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Pictured 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.
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Pictured 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.”

Holly High keeping busy on court

Three months after finishing as Class 3A state runner-up, Holly Springs is back at work on the basketball court.


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