Archive - Feb 23, 2011
By Bryan Davis
The Oak Hill Academy Raiders (0-1) hit the diamond for the first time against regular season competition on Tuesday afternoon. Hosting Heritage Academy, the Patriots were able to put up seven unearned runs in a 10-0 defeat of the Raiders.
â€śWe finished the game better than we started,â€ť Bratton said. â€śThe first inning was positive. The second inning, they gave us opportunities to make plays, and we didnâ€™t. I saw a little more enthusiasm than I saw Friday night, during the pre-season game. We finished stronger at the end than we started out.â€ť
Ann Winters Littleton
Ann Winters Littleton, age 80, passed away, Sunday, Feb. 20, 2011 at the McGraw Center-Community Hospice, in Jacksonville, Fla.
Ann Winters Littleton was born May 14, 1930, in Greenwood, Miss., to the late Pearlie Mae Corker and Samuel Winters. She moved to Jacksonville Beach, Fla., June 1, 2010. Mrs. Littleton was a homemaker and a member of First Baptist Church of West Point. She was a member of Martha Chapter #53 Order ofthe Eastern Star. Ann Winters Littleton married Harlan Eugene Littleton July 23, 1955, Greenwood, Miss., who predeceased her May 15, 2001.
Prophet Johnny Lee Chambers
Prophet Johnny Lee Chambers, 66, passed away, Thursday, February 17, 2011 at his home,
in West Point, Mississippi. Johnny Lee Chambers was born December 4, 1944 in Pawnee, Oklahoma to the late Lucille
Elizabeth Hargus and Noah Arlie Chambers and Prophet Chambers was a International Evangelist. He was of the Non-
Denominational faith. Johnny Lee Chambers married Margaretta Priscilla Ware Chambers on November 19, 2005, Tuscaloosa, AL.