Sports

Photos by Ronnie Day
Three H.W. Byers Lions, Zachary Snow, Jaylen Gibson and Lequavious Jenkins, take down a Vardaman ball-carrier during the jamboree Friday.

Lequavious Jenkins (20) of Byers tries to escape the grasp of Potts Camp’s Kalif Alford (55).

Photos by Ronnie Day
Javion Smith (21) makes a tackle from behind versus Vardaman.

Byers’ Jaylen Gibson (18) and Markeio Raimey of Potts Camp go for a pass.

Three Byers Lions, Zachary Snow, Jaquavion Jones and Rmonta Laney team up to bring down a Vardaman ball-carrier near the goal-line.

Lions making move to 1A next season

H.W. Byers hosted a spring football jamboree Friday, and coach Chris Daniels called it successful with all teams benefiting from good competition.

Photo by Barry Burleson
Adrian Branch, a former NBA star and now ESPN analyst, talks to high school students at Marshall Academy.

Photos by Barry Burleson
Assisting Adrian Branch during his presentation at Marshall Academy are Zac Miller, Tyler Rhodes and Canaan Pearson.

Adrian Branch shares some laughs with Kendrick Fountain, a Holly Springs High School senior who will continue his basketball career at Itawamba Community College.

Adrian Branch gives words of advice to Holly High students.

Branch urges teenagers to make good choices

Former NBA star Adrian Branch delivered a powerful message to teen­agers in Mar­shall County.

The motivational speaker encourages positive choices.

Photo by Dillon Day
Marshall Academy shortstop Wil Summerlin touches second base and throws to first. In back is Jacob Gadd.

Photos by Dillon Day
Outfielder

Tyler Bolden goes back near the wall to make the catch in game two of the quarter-final series Friday at Marshall.

First baseman Wyle McMillen stretches to scoop the one-hop throw.

Wesley Bolden swings for hit.

Patriots fall in state’s final eight

A Marshall Academy rally try in game one fell short and a three-run lead slipped away in the final inning of game two.

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