Due to lightning, H.W. Byers and Smithville only got to play into the second quarter Friday night.
The Marshall Academy softball team celebrated Senior Night with a 7-0 win over Class AAA Heritage Academy Tuesday, Sept. 18.
Photo by Theresa Bolden DevoreThe Lady Patriots celebrate a District 1-AA championship after beating Central Holmes on Monday night of last week. In front (from left) are managers Lucy Tomlinson, Charlie Johnson and Laila Grace Clifton. Kneeling (from left) are Carly Martin, Hailey Honeycutt, Emma Michael, Karina Mays, Scarlett Newman, Faith Shankle, Carlie Vannucci, Hallie Turner, Zoey Rippee, Evelyn Greer and Katherine Neeley. Standing (from left) are head coach Carlton Gibson, Audrey Worsham, Rayne Rippee, Tyler Vannucci, Abby Bell, Victoria Gurley, Baylee Floyd, Erin Lomenick, Sarah Jackson, Molly Busby, Xzorria Jones and assistant coach Wayne Vannucci.
Photo by Penny LomenickCatcher Tyler Vannucci tags out a Central Holmes runner trying to score. It was the last out in the 5-4 victory.
The biggest play of the District 1-AA softball championship game was the last one.
Byhalia got back in the win column Friday night after two straight losses.
Going into the season, a balanced offensive attack was a big goal for the Holly Springs Hawks.