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October 30th, 2010

Winona shuts out Eagles 35-0 to end season

October 30, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The Hebron Christian Eagles (2-8; 0-3) had a tough 2010. Two weeks prior to Friday night’s game, their hunt for a playoff spot came to an end when they were defeated by Immanuel.
On Friday, the Eagles played their last match of the season, taking on district rival Winona. The Stars came to Hebron and defeated the Eagles 35-0.
The Eagles celebrated senior night prior to the game, recognizing those players who have put in tireless work for the program since they have been there.

October 29th

James A. Bramlett

October 29, 2010

James A. Bramlett

James A. Bramlett, age 65, passed away, Thursday, Oct. 28, 2010, at the West Point

October 28th

Mayor Takes Leave of Absence

October 28, 2010

Mayor Scott Ross has taken personal leave from his duties on behalf of the City of West Point and will be unavailable for an undetermined amount of time. Mayor Ross has not resigned and will resume the duties of his office upon the conclusion of his leave.
According to a release from City Hall, Vice-Mayor Keith McBrayer will serve as Mayor during the absence of Ross, and city government will function as normal.

Green Wave can nail down district championship tonight

October 28, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Halloween is not until Sunday, but the West Point Green Wave (8-1; 5-0) football team’s magic number is one. If West Point wins, they are district champions. If New Hope loses, the Green Wave are champs.
West Point would much prefer the first scenario to the latter.
“We’re going to try an sow up the district this week,” Chambless said. “If we win, then we’ll be district champs, and that’s been our goal all along.”

Raiders looking for playoff berth at Winston

October 28, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The 2010 season has been one of ups and downs for the Raiders of Oak Hill Academy (3-8; 1-1).
They were written off by most early on, losing the first four games of the regular season. What the doubters did not count on was a resurgence in the middle of the season that included a conference win against Carroll that put the Raiders right back into the playoff hunt.
After getting that first conference win, the Raiders were feeling really good about their playoff chances. They went into their second district game, up against a winless Manchester team.

Hebron to finish against Winona

October 28, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
It’s been a tough season for the Hebron Christian Eagles (2-7; 0-2) to say the least.
The Eagles came into 2010 very young, but they have shown a lot of promise over the last 10 weeks that has a lot people excited about 2011.
Before all that, the Eagles will try to hammer out one more win in the 2010 season. The will finish up at home tonight against the district winners of Winona.
The Eagles are coming off their second win of the season. Last Friday night, they dropped down to eight-man football to take on Calhoun Academy.

Cooler weather expected tonight

October 28, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
This fall has been unseasonably warm, and no group has felt the heat worse than our area football players.
For some, tonight will be the last game of the season, but everyone who plays this evening will welcome some cooler skies.
While rain has not played a big factor in Friday night football this year, heat certainly has.
Tonight, the weather is predicted to be much cooler, with a high at around 68 degrees.
The low is expected to dip down to 34 degrees, making game time much more comfortable for players and fans.

Dorothy Ereline Stone

October 28, 2010

Dorothy Ereline Stone

Dorothy Ereline Stone, age 78, passed away, Oct.. 26, 2010, at the Aurora Australis Nursing Home, in Columbus. Dorothy Ereline Stone was born Dec. 7, 1931, in Noxubee County to the late Jessie Mae Wood Miller and George Miller.
Dorothy Ereline Stone was a machine operator for Seminole Manufacturing in Columbus and later in furniture companies for 30 years. She was a member of Montpelier Baptist Church.

David Clayton Replogle

October 28, 2010

David Clayton Replogle

David Clayton Replogle, age 64, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010.
Beloved husband of 42 years to Rosemary Leverette Replogle; loving father of Beth Replogle Ford (Tommy) and Jennifer Leigh Replogle; and brother to Bill Replogle (Cindy). He was preceded in death by his mother, Dorothy Robertson Replogle; his father, Melvin Edward Replogle, Sr.; and a brother, Melvin Edward Replogle, Jr.

October 27th

West Point hoops to feature talent at East Oktibbeha Jamboree

October 27, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Basketball season is coming up fast. This Saturday night, the West Point hoops teams will be traveling to Maben to take on Louisville and East Oktibbeha in the West Oktibbeha Jamboree.
The boys team will be under new leadership this year, as Brad Cox starts his first year as head coach of the team. Cox says that this is a team that has been aching to hit the court against an opponent.

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