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Wave prepare for first in-state road trip

September 22, 2010

On Friday night, the West Point Green Wave (3-1) will be traveling in their first in-state road football game of 2010. Three weeks ago, the Wave traveled to Dayton Beach, Fla. to play Mainland High School.
Other than that, West Point has had home field advantage. In week one, they hosted Shannon in a 39-14 win.
They followed that up with the big road win at Daytona, but returned to be beaten by Starkville 21-20. Last week, they got back on the winning track, with a 28-13 win over a very good Noxubee County team.
On Friday, they will be going to play the 2-2 Rams of Indianola-Gentry.

Raiders return home, hoping for second win against Carroll

September 22, 2010

Oak Hill is coming off a breakout game from last Friday night. Taking out some early-season frustrations on the Eagles of Hebron Christian Academy, the Raiders knocked off their cross-county opponents 46-12.
Making it a 1-4 overall record on the season, it was back to business as usual for Oak Hill head coach Leroy Gregg and his players on Monday. Gregg said there was intensity on the practice field, but it was no different than any of the other weeks after a game.

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