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November 16th

Bridges shines in victory over Heritage

November 17, 2012

The Oak Hill Academy Raiders kept their streak alive in convincing fashion Tuesday night with a 67-43 blowout win over regional rival Heritage Academy. The Raiders jumped out to an early lead to take a 19-7 lead and would never look back. J.J. Bridges, who finished with 31 points on the night, scored 11 in the first quarter alone. Oak Hill put emphasis on getting to the foul line early and often. Seniors John Wesley Williamson and Jacob Dickens, who finished with 20 and 10 points, respectively, were a combined 18-26 from the charity stripe.

Lady Raiders dominant in rivalry game

November 17, 2012

Oak Hill put another win in the books Tuesday night to remain undefeated at the expense of Heritage Academy in their first matchup with the Lady Patriots this season. The Lady Raiders made it obvious they were by far the superior team as Stan Hughey’s squad cruised to a 63-22 victory. Oak Hill spread out their offensive attack as 10 players got on the scoreboard. Shay Atkins led the team with another double-double consisting of 11 points and 10 rebounds. Rachel Herndon followed behind closely with 10 points, including three treys, and seven rebounds.

November 15th

West Point to tackle Ridgeland

November 15, 2012

The Green Wave have been all business this week. Last year, round two saw West Point exit the playoffs when bitter foe Starkville knocked the Wave out. But this year, West Point wants to erase the bad memory from everyone’s mind when they play host to Ridgeland.
West Point played Canton in the first round opener. The Wave overwhelmed the Tigers and went on to win 38-0.The offense ran the ball well the whole game, and were able to score at will. Along with the massive offensive success, the Green Wave defense was dominant over Canton, allowing them to pitch a shutout.

Green Wave dedicate football playoffs to the late Rachel Free

November 15, 2012

The West Point Athletic Department has officially dedicated West Point’s Football Playoffs to the late Rachel Free.
Mrs. Free passed away last Thursday, November 8, before the Wave’s opening round game against the Canton Tigers. Mrs. Free worked for the West Point School District for forty years and was an avid Green Wave fan throughout her career in West Point.
“We know she is still watching the Green Wave in the best seat in the house from above,” said Head Coach Chris Chambless on the passing of Mrs. Free.

Quick-N-Easy requests delay on execution of default judgement

November 15, 2012

Quick-N-Easy, located on Brame Ave. in West Point, is at risk of going out of business if the Clay County Circuit Court decides to execute its order of default judgement to Roshunda Duncan, who sued the store in 2008 after being injured there the year before.
In her 2008 complaint, Duncan alleges that Quick-N-Easy employee Mohmed Algafaz approached her and began pulling on her, and in her attempt to get him to stop Algafaz allegedly cut Duncan’s wrist with a box cutter.

Lady Raiders solid in home opener

November 15, 2012

The Oak Hill Lady Raiders started their regular season off on the right foot with a win over Lamar School in their home debut. Coach Stan Hughey’s senior-laden squad took a 3-2 lead with Rachel Herndon’s first three-pointer of the night and never looked back, holding the lead for the remainder of the contest.

Raiders roll past Lamar in home Tuesday match

November 15, 2012

With only a day to practice, the Oak Hill High School Boys Basketball team had little time to prepare for their first game of the season. Well, prepare they did. The Raiders used their athleticism and effort to steam-roll Lamar in a 75-29 romping. J.J. Bridges buried a three to Oak Hill on the scoreboard first, and from then on it was all red and white. Despite missing key players due to injuries, the Raiders utilized everyone in the rotation to give fans an impressive preview of the young team.

November 13th

Weight on a player’s shoulders

November 13, 2012

Everyone remembers their high school football days. How they went to the pep rallies, putting on their pads, and getting ready for that night’s game, hitting someone harder than you ever thought you would, and winning ball games and feeling like champions of the world. Many times these memories become tall tales or folklore of yesteryears. Yet there is an occasion where a memory becomes a nightmare. A nightmare that can hurt a person deep, deep in their soul and keep them up late at night if the memory passes through their mind...

Lady Eagles clinch win over Starkville Christian

November 13, 2012

In Friday night hoops action, the Lady Eagles were in a big game against Immanuel that came down to the final seconds. Hebron overcame a fourteen point deficit in the fourth quarter and clinched the game when Brooke Ferguson hit the go ahead basket with only four seconds left in the game. Point leaders of the Immanuel game for Hebron Christian were Victoria Ferguson with 16 points and Rebekah Falkner with 14 points.
After Friday’s win against Immanuel, Coach William Cotton and his Lady Eagles made the first road trip of the season to Starkville Christian.

Hebron loses nail-biter against Starkville Christian 55-53

November 13, 2012

Hebron Christian hosted Immanuel of Columbus this past Friday. The game was led at halftime by the Eagles, but multiple turnovers by Hebron saw Immanuel take over the game and go on to win 61-41. The scoring column was led by Will Corbin Rogers with 21 points.

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