Archive - 2010
By Danny P. Smith
Carlton Clay came to play for the Hebron Christian School Eagles Monday night against the
Starkville Christian School Eagles.
Clay followed a nine-point first quarter with a 13-point third and finished with a game-high 26
points as the Eagles from Clay County dominated the Cougars 59-32 at the Starkville Christian gymnasium.
âCarlton is pretty tough,â Hebron coach Greg Watkins said. âWe can move him inside or out. He can hit the three and heâs a hard matchup inside.â
Thomas, Nevins honored with engagement party
Kate Thomas and Reid Nevins were honored with an engagement party Oct. 30, at the âDock of the Pondâ at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Millard. Friends and family enjoyed a casual buffet dinner and visiting along the dock and around several campfires. Special guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thomas, parents of the bride-elect and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nevins, parents of the prospective groom. Hosting the party were Nina and Ray Millard, Nancy and Larry Pitre, Judy and Billy Buck Staggers and Stacy and Belk Weems.
Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor Robertson
Lindsey Moore Parker and John Taylor Robertson were united in marriage Mar. 27, 2010, at 6 p.m. at Fairview Baptist Church in Columbus, Miss. Bro. Mickey Dalrymple officiated the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Smith of West Point, Miss., and the late Floyd Parker Jr. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Todd Robertson of West Point, Miss.
By Bryan Davis
It has all come down to Brookhaven and West Point. The Green Wave (13-1) trounced over the Ridgeland Titans last Friday night to secure their spot in the 5A state championship game this Saturday.
The Panthers (9-4) likewise rolled over then undefeated West Jones on Friday, and they will represent the South in the game.
By Bryan Davis
Earlier this season, over 300 of West Pointâs faithful answered the call and traveled 13 hours to Daytona Beach, Fla. to watch the Green Wave beat Mainland High School 14-0.
This week, West Point fans are being called on again to make another journey. This trip isnât nearly 13 hours and this game is the most important one of the season.
On Saturday night, the West Point Green Wave football team will take on Brookhaven for the 5A state championship.
Sherman Berryâs 7-8 year-old Stealers cap off an 8-0 season with a 24-6 championship win last Tuesday night. Pictured from front left are Jonqavious Ivy, Bo Chambless, Antjuan Davis, Matthew Brand, Baker Watson and Antonio Facella. In the second row from left are Cage Palmer, Jamar Davis, Kurtis Bradford, Jonah Caskey, Gray Berry and Jonathan Cochran. On top, form left are Sherman Berry, Ben Lawley, Paul Caskey and Bob Tyler. Not pictured are Jalen Brown and Denari Free.
The Ridgeland Titans opened their first North state championship game with an 11-yard pass on their very first scrimmage against defending Class 5A state championship West Point Friday night.
After that brief moment of glory for Ridgeland, every highlight belonged to the Green Wave.
Myrtle Langley Rutherford
Myrtle Langley Rutherford, age 88, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010, at North Mississippi Medical Center in West Point, Miss.
Mrs. Rutherford was born Oct. 5, 1922, to the late Frank and Ella Alford Langley of Thorn, Miss.
Survivors include her husband, Bob Rutherford of West Point, Miss.; two sisters: Evelyn Miller and Annie Applewhite both of West Point, Miss.; a step-daughter, Bobbie Hadley of Alpharetta, Ga.; and special nieces: Betty McCoy and Jewell Cartwright.
Mrs. Rutherford was preceded in death by five sisters and three brothers.
By Bryan Davis
At this point in the football season, it matters not who youâre playing or where you play. Competition is going to be tough.
The Ridgeland Titans (13-0) are coming to West Point to take on the 12-1 Green Wave in the North Half title game tonight for a reason. They are just plain good at what they do.
The Titans come in sporting an average of over 300 offensive yards a game, most of those come via the ground game.