September 12th, 2011
Talyor Coggins rushed for a season-high three touchdowns as the Hebron Christian School Eagles bounced back from a 10-point deficit at the half to earn their second victory on the season, 36-16 over Clinton Christian Friday night in their home opener.
â€śIt was an overall team effort, but we really had a big game out of Taylor Coggins tonight,â€ť head coach Tri Nason said. â€śJust unselfishness on everyoneâ€™s part. Everybody just wanted to make it a team effort and it was.â€ť
Edna Lois Dill
Edna Lois Dill, 87, passed away, Friday, September 9, 2011 at her home, in Pheba. Edna Lois Dill
was born April 10, 1924 in Pickens, Alabama to the late Cora Lee Rickman and Martin Lewis Jaynes. She was a
Seamstress at Monte Glove for 34 years and a member of Pheba Baptist Church. Edna Lois Jaynes Dill married Lemuel Ethel Dill April 9, 1942, in Clay County, he preceded her on November 27, 1964.
Funeral services will be Sunday, September 11, 2011 at 3:00 p.m. from Calvert Funeral Home Chapel with the
Same week, different date.
Starkville High School did the unthinkable September 10, 2010, defeating the Green Wave 21-20. It was the only loss for West Point before they won 12 in a row on their way to a second consecutive 5A state title.
History, fans hope, wonâ€™t repeat itself tonight when the two teams meet under different circumstances.
The Green Wave have started 0-2 for the first time since 2000 while the Yeallowjackets are coming off back-to-back wins over Madison Central and Tupelo.
Hebron takes the filed Friday night for the first time in front of their home fans.
Just four weeks into the season and the Eagles are 1-1 coming off last weeks 48-8 over Calvary Christian. Head coach Tri Nason said heâ€™s a hard time on occasions trying to keep his team focused for this week because they are still excited after that first victory.
â€śThere still a little bit excited, Iâ€™m trying to get them to forget it but they havenâ€™t forgotten it yet,â€ť he said. â€śHopefully theyâ€™ll be calmed down a little by Friday.â€ť
A new and improved Manchster Academy rolls into West Point tonight trying to keep up their impressive start to the season while Oak Hill Academy are still trying to correct the mistakes theyâ€™ve been making all season long that have kept them winless thus far.
â€śWe found out who wanted to be here and who doesnâ€™t this week,â€ť head coach Benjie Merchant said. â€śWeâ€™ve had some good practices but weâ€™re still searching for our identity.â€ť
Mental mistakes on snaps as well as poor coverage and missed tackles have plagued the Raiders since week one.
Maegen and Mackenzie Harrison-Edwards
Graveside services for infant twin girls, Maegen and Mackenzie Harrison-Edwards were held Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011, at noon from Greenwood Cemetery with the Rev. Tim Brinkley officiating.
Zayne Atkins, 27 days old, passed away, Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011, at the North Mississippi Medical Center Womens Hospital, in Tupelo.
Zayne Alexander Atkins was born Aug. 10, 2011, in West Point to Tammala Lancaster Smith and Robert Atkins. He was of the Catholic faith.
Graveside funeral services are Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011, at 2 p.m. at the Memorial Garden Cemetery with the Rev. Tony Proctor officiating. Burial will follow. Calvert Funeral Home of West Point is in charge of arrangements.
Bennie Will Oats
Bennie Will Oats, age 60, passed away Sunday, Sept. 4, 2011, at North Mississippi Medical Center in West Point.
Funeral services are Friday, Sept. 9, 2011, at 11 a.m. from Northside Christian Church, with the Minister Renae Spight-Ballard officiating. Burial will follow in Red Hill Cemetery in Ackerman.
Visitation is today, from 3 â€“ 6 p.m. at Carter's Mortuary Services Chapel.
Carter's Mortuary Services is in charge of arrangements.
MACON - Chloe Tapley threw her second consecutive no-hitter Tuesday as Hebron Christian School earned another district victory shutting out Central Academy 8-0.
Tapley struck out 14 batters in her seven inning performance, but there was a question mark if she would even play because of a stomach virus.
Head coach Cass Tapley said the cooler weather Tuesday definitely played a big role in her pitching in the circle.
â€śI couldnâ€™t be more proud of Chloe today,â€ť he said. â€śFor us this was a really big district game.â€ť
BIRMINGHAM - The Southeastern Conference voted unanimously Tuesday to accept Texas A&M to join as a new member, but the process has been delayed because of the threat of legal action.
SEC presidentâ€™s are seeking assurance that no BIG 12 school will sue the league for contractual interference over Texas A&M. Reports have surfaced that Baylor has yet to agree to the terms.