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Oak Hill looking to jump start season with win over Hartfield

August 23, 2013

Last season, Drake Riley was the good to fullback for Oak Hill racking up 625 yards on the ground and eight touchdowns rushing.

This fall, Riley hopes to continue the progress he made in his sophomore season with another break-out season.

"I am definitely looking to beat it," Riley said about his stats from last season. "I always want to do better than I did the year before."

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O-line key for Eagle offense in 2013

August 23, 2013

The offensive line may not get the common, individual offensive stats and big, bold headlines that skill position players get on a daily basis, but for the Hebron Christian offensive linemen knowing they were the one's leading the way brings satisfaction.

"Sunday morning when I look into the paper and I see our team had a good running game, I take pride in that," ­Hebron Christian offensive guard and defensive tackle Troy Arnold said. "People that know football know when you have a successful running game — it starts with the offensive line."

Security still top concern at WPSD

August 23, 2013

There is probably an Antionette Tuff at every school in America.

The woman who has been called the hero of the Ronald E. McNair Discovery Learning Academy shooting this week talked Michael Brandon Hill into giving up his weapons and ammunition before he was able to seriously injure anyone at the elementary school.

Tuff is one of the few individuals to ever get inside of the head of a school shooter before he was able to execute his plan of mass murder.

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WPSD hoping to build on last year’s test score growth

August 23, 2013

Not all of the accountability results are in from the Mississippi State Department of Education, but preliminary raw data released this week suggests that the West Point School District will see growth from the 2012-2013 school year.

“We saw growth in every one of our schools,” said WPSD Testing Coordinator Kristopher Hollis. “We saw growth in our MCT testing and our Subject Area Testing.”

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