The running game alone did not work for Byhalia versus Corinth Friday night.
|A Hunter Education Class will be held Saturday, Oct. 14, from 8 a.m. until at the Marshall County Extension Service office in Holly Springs.|
|Participants must be at least 10 years of age and must register online at mdwfp.com.|
|All persons born after January 1, 1972, are required to complete a hunter education course before purchasing a Mississippi hunting license.|
Photo by Penny Lomenick
All smiles with their blue trophy (North AA champs) are (front, from left) Karina Mays, Baylee Floyd, Faith Shankle, Tyler Vannucci and Scarlett Newman; (standing, in back) Lillian Lykens, Jessica Deming, Carlie Vannucci, Alexis McGreger, Hannah Champion, Hannah Swallers, Sarah Jackson, Erin Lomenick and Peyton Stephenson.
Photos by Penny Lomenick
Alexis McGreger of Marshall Academy tags out a baserunner trying to steal at the North AA Tournament in Clinton.
The Marshall Academy Lady Patriots outscored their four opponents 43-6 on their way to the North AA Softball Tournament championship.
Photos by Theresa Bolden Devore
Ben Shaw (7) gets blocking from teammates Jordan Bowen (71), Leonard Fields (66) and Zach Sorrell (52) as he goes for a good gain.
Marshall Academy came up with the big plays at the right time Friday night.
This wasn’t big news in Mississippi last weekend, but it was in North Carolina and in the Atlantic Coast Conference. It deserves some mention in the Magnolia State.