Archive - Nov 12, 2013
BOYS: West Point bounces Noxubee, 65-30
A.J. Jones scored 17 points and West Point cruised to a 65-30 win over non-district rival Noxubee County in its opening game of the 2013 season Saturday in West Point.
Odarius Chandler scored 12 points off the bench, and starting forward Demarius Calvert scored nine points during the Green Wave's first win.
Chris Hairston led Noxubee with 12 points in its losing effort.
On Senior night, Aeris Williams broke the 2,000-yard rushing mark for the season and West Point jumped out to 34-point lead by halftime to win its final regular season game against District 1-5A foe Lewisburg, 62-34, Thursday night at Hamblin Stadium in West Point.
Williams rushed for 100 yards on and caged three passes for 121 receiving yards, scoring three total touchdowns during the Green Waveâ€™s fifth consecutive win since falling to the Clarksdale Wildcats (39-34) on Oct. 4 in West Point.
BY MARY GARRISON
The Christmas season has officially kicked off in West Point, as evidenced by the annual downtown Christmas Open House held this weekend.
BY JUSTIN MINYARD
Armistice Day, Remembrance Day or Veterans Day â€” whatever it may be referred to as, it is the one day the year where the nation, as a collective, shines a spotlight on the trials, tribulations and prestige of combat-hardened patriots who placed their lives on the line in the name of preserving the American standard.
West Point veterans and residents gathered in the garret of City Hall Monday to propound an air of gratitude to those who have, first-hand, experienced the ills which have long plagued humankindâ€™s desire for peace and equality.