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Hebron in first state tournament

September 28, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Bayou got revenge for Saturday’s loss to Hebron on Monday. That loss was the first for the Lady Colts in North State Tournament play in five years.
The Lady Eagles would eventually fall to Bayou twice before the tournament was over, once 1-0 and the second time 11-0.
An 8-0 win over Tri-County finished off the winner’s bracket in the early-week games, and the Lady Eagles are set to play State Tournament ball on Saturday.

Trojans looking for revenge against Wave

September 28, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
West Point was a thorn in the side of the New Hope Trojans last season, to say the least.
The first time the Green Wave beat the Trojans in 2009, New Hope was undefeated at 4-0. West Point, in the middle of a 14 game winning streak themselves, broke that up.
Much later in the season, the two teams met up again. This time it was the third game of the playoffs. New Hope was looking to avenge the early-season loss, but they were soundly defeated again by the Green Wave 41-21.

Raiders coach: Zero turnovers key to game against Lamar

September 28, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Two weeks ago, the Oak Hill Academy Raiders (2-4; 1-0) played a nearly perfect game on offense, not turning the ball over once against Hebron’s defense.
Last week, they were at home against Carroll, but they had a few mistakes, as turnovers proved costly in a close win.
This week, Oak Hill head coach Leroy Gregg says that the team will have to go back to the same type of play they saw at Hebron, in order to be successful against Lamar.
“We’re not going to be able to turn the ball over,” Gregg said. “We have got to hold on to that football on offense.”

Raiders head to state to play Silliman on Saturday morning

September 28, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The Oak Hill Academy Lady Raiders have battled injuries in the last few weeks, but that did not stop them from toughing out a win against North Delta, which secured their placed in the state tournament for the second time in four years.
Mamie Allen, who has been battling the biggest injury for Oak Hill, pitched her team into the state tournament in that 7-3 win against North Delta.
“We played really well against North Delta,” said Oak Hill head coach Marion Bratton. “We looked like an entirely different ball club defensively.”

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