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November 19th, 2012

R.L. Walker

November 19, 2012

R.L. Walker

R.L. Walker, age 63, passed away Wednesday, November 14, 2012, at North Mississippi Medical Center of West Point.
Funeral services are Wednesday, November 21, 2012, at 11 a.m. from Third Mt. Olive M.B. Church, with the Rev. Al Lathan Sr., officiating. Burial will follow in Gospel Temple Cemetery.
Visitation is today, Tuesday, November 20, 2012, from 3 – 6 p.m. at Carter's Mortuary Services Chapel.
Carter's Mortuary Services is in charge of arrangements.

November 16th

Residents Address Petition To Close Access To Westwood 2

November 17, 2012

Residents of Westwood 2 may soon have only one way to access their homes if a petition to block access from Westwood 1 to Westwood 2 is approved by West Point city officials.

Multiple people involved in crash, one injured

November 17, 2012

When you hear of an 18-wheeler colliding near the highway with a van full of passengers, the thing that usually comes to mind is a horrific scene of severely injured victims, some of whom could have unfortunately been killed.
But thankfully this wasn’t the case Friday morning when emergency officials responded to the scene of an accident involving two 18-wheeler trucks and a Community Counseling van carrying at least six passengers.

Wave keep their eyes on the prize, run over Ridgeland 56-21

November 17, 2012

It was the second round of the 5-A playoffs Friday night, and a step closer for eight teams in Mississippi to make it to Jackson. West Point and Ridgeland laid it all on the line to get to the North State title game on the field at Hamblin Stadium on the campus of West Point High School.
The Green Wave from the beginning had full control of the game on both sides of the ball. West Point was hitting on all cylinders and went on to victory beating the Ridgeland Titans, 56-21.

Lady Wave pick up first win

November 17, 2012

After losing Tuesday night to Hamilton, West Point’s Lady Wave returned to the court to take on the Amory Lady Panthers Thursday night. In a game that West Point led in every quarter, the Lady Wave showed improved ability going on to win 54-38.
Coach Kendall Pickens understands that this was an important first win for his team and knows that it can be difficult to get that first win sometimes.
“We just tried to keep our tempo,” said Coach Pickens after the victory, “and we just had to do the little things so we could get the win.”

Green Wave unable to get by Amory in Thursday night battle

November 17, 2012

It was a very close one and it could have been any possession that could have decided the game between West Point and Amory. A last second A.J. Jones’ half-court shot rimmed out and saw the Wave fall to the Panthers 58-56.
“Everybody is going to look at the last shot,” commented Coach Brad Cox about the loss, “but honestly any possession of this game could have made the difference tonight.”

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.

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