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September 28th, 2010

Richard P. Megee

September 28, 2010

Richard P. Megee

Richard P. Megee, age 45, passed away, Friday, Sept. 24, 2010, at the Canon Hospice House in Gulfport.

Billy Dwayne Lytal

September 28, 2010

Billy Dwayne Lytal

Billy Dwayne Lytal, age 70 passed away Sept. 21, 2010, at Baptist Hospital after a lengthy illness.
Funeral services were 2 pm Friday, Sept. 24, 2010, at the Lakewood Funeral Home Chapel with interment to follow in Clinton Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Linda Lytal; two daughters: Tara Lytal and Heather Lytal Broadwater (Davis); three grandchildren: Morgan, Broadwater (14), Mitchell Broadwater (12), and Michael Broadwater (5); one sister, Ann Lytal Busby (Billy); two nieces and a nephew.

Milt K. Gordy

September 28, 2010

Milt K. Gordy

Milt K. Gordy, age 71, passed away Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010.
Funeral services are Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010, at 1 p.m. from Clark Legacy Center in Frankfort, Ky. Burial will follow in Chattanooga National Cemetery in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Visitation is 11 a.m. until service time at Clark Legacy Center.
Clark Funeral Home of Frankfort, Ky., is in charge of arrangements.

Grayson Alexander Prewitt

September 28, 2010

Grayson Alexander Prewitt

Four generations of Prewitts welcome Grayson Alexander.

Mark and Lindsey Prewitt of Acworth Ga., are proud to announce the birth of their son, Grayson Alexander. He was born in Atlanta, Ga., at 5:09 p.m. he weighed 7 pounds 3 ounces and was 25 ÂĽ inches long. Maternal grandmother is Yevonne S. Prewitt of West Point, and maternal great-grandmother is Ferrell Stapp of the Columbus/West Point area. The mother is the former Lindsey Shurley.

Landon Michael Henson

September 28, 2010

Landon Michael Henson

September 27th

Hebron shocks Bayou with 1-0 win

September 27, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Hebron shocked the world on Saturday.
At the very least, the Lady Eagles shocked the world of Class A softball. Not only did they earn their first-ever berth to the Class A State Tournament, they defeated the Bayou Academy Lady Colts, something no team has been able to do in North Half Tournament play in five years.
They defeated the Lady Colts 1-0, after tearing through Delta’s pitching for a 10-0 win to start the day.

Despite loss to Canton, Oak Hill girls move on to state championship

September 27, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
One win, a 7-3 beating of North Delta, secured the Oak Hill Academy Lady Raiders’ spot in the state tournament.
With six teams (Oak Hill, Leake Academy, Carroll Academy, North Delta Academy and Canton Academy) playing in the Louisville event, the North State Tournament was full of great contests.
Oak Hill played three games on Saturday, losing the first to Kirk 9-0. They followed that with the only win of the afternoon for the Lady Raiders, the 7-3 victory. That would be followed by an 8-1 defeat to Canton.

James Melvin Carter

September 27, 2010

James Melvin Carter

James Melvin Carter, age 75, passed away Friday, Sept. 17, 2010, at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo.
Funeral services are Monday, Sept. 27, 2010, at noon from Lake Grove M.B. Church with the Rev. J.P. Orr officiating. Burial will follow in Lake Grove M.B. Church Cemetery.
Visitation is today, from 2 – 5 p.m. at Carter's Mortuary Services Chapel.
Carter's Mortuary Services is in charge of arrangements.

September 25th

Behind defense, Wave dominates at Indianola

September 25, 2010

By Brandon Walker
Daily Times Leader
It took West Point’s football team nearly three hours to get to Indianola for Friday night’s district opener against Gentry.
It took the West Point defense less than three minutes to take control of the game.
West Point forced Gentry to lose 13 yards on its first offensive possession and then tackled GHS punter Rufus Warren at his own 15-yard line, giving the Wave offense great field position and setting in motion a dominant performance in a 34-8 win.

Despite rough start, the Raiders never gave up

September 25, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Two weeks ago, the Oak Hill Academy Raiders were staring down a long tunnel, hoping to see some sort of light. The 0-4 record in the standings was not half as bad as walking off the field after a 61-6 loss to Leake.
They had turned the ball over four times, resulting in four scores. The roster, already small, was dwindling due to injuries. Then a little over a week ago, there came that light.

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