Archive - Nov 9, 2010
The West Point Parks and Recreation Departmentâ€™s Youth Soccer season is quickly drawing to a close. Pictured above is some of the seasonâ€™s final moments, as the youngest players finished out the season on Monday night.
By Bryan Davis
On Saturday, the Oak Hill Lady Raider Junior High hoops team got in its final action at the Indianola Tournament.
The Lady Raiders defeated Kirk Academy 43-36.
Oak Hill was led on the night by seventh grade player Sarah Deal, who scored 16 points. She also had 13 rebounds.
Another seventh grader, Macy Allen, scored nine points, with three assists and six steals.
Johanna Carnathan had eight points, while Bett Langley scored six points, with seven rebounds.
Lexie Harden had four points on the night as well.
By Bryan Davis
The West Point Green Wave (10-1; 7-0) are riding high going into the first week of the playoffs. The Provine Rams (5-6; 4-3) are riding pretty high themselves.
Winners of four of their last five, the Rams overcame a slow start to the 2010 season to secure a playoff spot after a four-game winning streak in the district catapulted the Rams into the playoffs.
They did fall in last weekâ€™s league game against 11-0 Ridgland team, but that was the first loss for the Rams since October 1 at Pear.
Ollie Randolph "Ronnie" Hall
Ollie Randolph "Ronnie" Hall, age 70, passed away, Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010, at his home in Cedar Bluff.
Ollie Randolph "Ronnie" Hall was born April 4, 1940, in Aberdeen, to the late Ruth Arnell Robertson Hall Williams and Ollie Brewer "Bill" Hall. He was predeceased by his step-father John Alex Williams. Mr. Hall was a welding specialist for the Babcock & Wilcox Company for 30 years and was a Baptist. Ollie Randolph Hall married Minnie Lou Edwards Hall on April 30, 1960, in West Point.
Mary Gayle Hill Wylie
Mary Gayle Hill Wylie, age 51, died Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010, at her sister's residence in Cedar Bluff.
Mrs. Wylie was born Oct. 9, 1959, in Ripley, to Gilbert "Duke" and Mary Ruth Williams Hill. She was a member of Dumas Baptist Church. She owned her own lawn service and was the manager over the Garden Center at Wal-Mart. Prior to that and during her college years at Mississippi State, she worked for Pretty Pots and Montgomery Flower Shop in West Point, Boyd's Flowers in Tupelo and Mary Bells in Greenwood.