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Hebron streak ends at Starkville Academy

August 25, 2010

Bailey Wofford carries a big burden with the bat being the only senior for the Starkville Academy girls softball team.
Hitting third in the lineup, Wofford is counted upon heavily to drive in runs for the Lady Volunteers.
That mission was accomplished Tuesday afternoon.
Wofford had four hits with three of them triples, drove in four runs and scored three times as Starkville Academy defeated the Hebron Christian School Lady Eagles 9-4 on the home field.
“How about that hitting from Bailey Wofford?” SA head coach Jessica Dickens said. “Her stick has been coming through for us.”

A quiet bus for this group

August 25, 2010

Mississippi State is currently in the center of a college controversy regarding noise makers at football games. Many Bulldog fans have protested the ban of cow bells at State games, a device officials say interferes with too much with the game.
There’s one dedicated family of Bulldog fans in Clay County that won’t mind the NCAA’s ban.

Green Wave headed to the beach

August 25, 2010

By the time this article reaches the stands, the West Point Green Wave football team, along with all of their luggage and amenities, will be on the first leg of their day-long trip to Daytona Beach, Fla.
The Wave will hit the beach sometime this evening, leaving them 24 hours to rest before week two’s kickoff with the Mainland High School Buccaneers.
West Point head coach Chris Chambless knew that it was going to be a short and tough week for the Wave, practicing for the upcoming game and preparing for a long ride in the team bus.

County gets assistance with beaver problem

August 25, 2010

Clay County is getting help in controlling beaver and the damage they cause to county roads, bridges and forests, through the Mississippi Beaver Control Assistance Program.
The Clay County Board of Supervisors accepted participation in the program Wednesday at their board meeting. The program focuses on beaver trapping and the removal of beaver dams along county roads and state highways.
President of the Board Floyd McKee said beaver are out of control in the county and something has to be done about it.

Gifts galore as festival nears

August 25, 2010

The official celebration doesn’t happen until next weekend, but the gifts are already rolling in.
This year marks the 100th birthday of Chester A. “Howlin’ Wolf” Burnett, and for Howlin’ Wolf Museum director Richard Ramsey, the birthday gifts have been overwhelming with the 15th annual Howlin’ Wolf Festival looming in just over a week.
“As the festival gets closer, it’s picking up more and more steam,” said Ramsey on Wednesday. “We’ve had local people donate items to the museum, we’ve had donations come from Minnesota, Chicago, Europe....You name it, we’ve gotten it.”

County gets grant to renovate building

August 25, 2010

Clay County qualifies for the Small Municipality Limited Population County Grant from the Mississippi Development Authority, which will be used in the restructuring of the old Daily Times Leader building into a public service building for District 4.
The grant allows Mississippi counties with a population of less than 30,000 people up to $100,000 to be used for the improvement of a downtown area or public building. The Clay County Board of Supervisors chose the old DTL building for the project to be used as a voting precinct and training center for District 4 county employees.

Raiders let frustrations for conference loss out on Heritage in 12-0 win on Tuesday

August 25, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Mamie Allen and Hunter Coleman had put in a solid four innings as pitcher and catcher, respectively, for the Oak Hill Academy Diamond Raiders (9-8; 0-3) on Tuesday afternoon.
Due up back-to-back in the bottom of the fourth, they knew two runs would end the game, and both batters reached base to set up the final two scores in a 12-0 victory over the Diamond Patriots of Heritage Academy.
The Lady Raiders were coming off of a hard 4-2 loss at Manchester on Monday, which saw a 2-0 seventh inning lead slip away.

Lady Eagles continue streak against Central

August 25, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The Diamond Eagles of Hebron Christian School continued their domination of the region on Monday night, with an 18-2 win over Central Academy.
For the last two weeks, Hebron has been on an offensive surge that has been coupled with good defense and excellent pitching.
Central was able to hold the Lady Eagles to minimal damage for the first four innings, but in the fifth, Hebron exploded.

Gregg says ‘lack of concentration’ key in loss to Heritage last Friday

August 25, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
It’s a new week for the Oak Hill Academy Raiders, who are coming off a week one 28-14 loss to the Heritage Academy Patriots.
Friday night’s game came down to which team could get the big plays, and it was Heritage that took advantage of a couple of defensive miscues by the Raiders for a pair of touchdowns.
The Raider offense could not get free as many big runs as the Patriots did, and they were left two touchdowns in the hole when the buzzer ended the game.

Meet the Buccaneers

August 25, 2010

By Brandon Walker
Daily Times Leader
Standing near midfield at Daytona Beach’s re-furbished Municipal Stadium, Mainland High School linebacker Mike Swillicote and his teammates marveled at the stadium’s new artificial turf surface.
“I can’t wait to get out here and play football on this stuff,” Swillicote said at the turf’s unveiling two weeks, to which his teammates quickly agreed.
Well, guys, now’s your chance.

DTL staff STARKVILLE — The West Point varsity baseball team traveled to Starkville High Saturday...
DTL staff PHEBA — The Hebron Christian Academy Eagles won their final game of the regular season...
DTL staff The Oak Hill tennis team dropped its first district match Monday afternoon 5-4 in West...

 

 

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