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Green Wave and Noxubee Review

September 17, 2012

No one who was present at Hamblin Stadium on Friday night could say that both West Point High School and Noxubee County High School didn’t play their hearts out down on McCallister Field.

Both teams came out and played their games. The Noxubee defense was impenetrable most of the night, and it certainly was when it really counted. West Point was not allowed a single point, and with the exception of the lone touchdown of the game, the Green Wave defense played virtually flawlessly, as well.

The action words for Friday night’s game were “grit” and “determination.”

Hebron’s winning formula

September 17, 2012

The residents of Pheba and the many fans surrounding Hebron Christian High School have been aglow in light of their team’s remarkable season thus far.

The Hebron Eagles are absolutely dominating their opponents on a weekly basis, at home and away, and in return they have a perfect 5-0 record about which to boast.

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