Archive - Oct 2011 - Sports Article
If West Point hopes to repeat as division and 5A state champions this season, the road to Jackson goes through Clarksdale.
Two of three undefeated divisional teams square off in a game that could affect the outcome of their respective seasons. Kick-off is set for 7 p.m. in Clarksdale.
The Green Wave are coming off back-to-back victories for the first time this season and head coach Chris Chambless said the morale around the locker room is becoming a little familiar.
With all the distractions off the field this week at Hebron Christian School, one might think the Eagles would lose focus with it being homecoming.
Not a chance, because after two straight losses by a combined four points, the Eagles are looking to end that skid and close out the season with a pair of home victories.
Eagles head football coach Tri Nason, hopes his players can stay focused in practice and take care of business on the football field tonight against Flint Hill (Ala.).
Oak Hill Academy showed much improvement in the second half of last weekâs loss to Leake that they plan to keep up the momentum when they host Golden Triangle rival Heritage Academy.
âThey played hard, we got a lot out of themâ head coach Benjie Merchant said. âThey went to the bell and played a good team in Leake. We battled to the end there.â
The Raiders finally ended their scoring drought with the first touchdown since week three.
Merchant said the boys have had a pretty good practice this week.
East Mississippi head football coach Buddy Stephens says he isnât surprised with how his Lions have started the 2011 football season.
After all, theyâre ranked No. 3 in the country, undefeated at 5-0 and have one of the most explosive offenses in the nation.
Their opponents this week, Northeast Mississippi, were relatively quiet despite winning four in a row until they defeated then No. 10 Northwest on the road 34-28. One team will be undefeated no longer. Tigers head coach Ricky Smither says heâs a little stunned with how his team has quickly turned some heads this season.
Area youth this weekend will have the opportunity to learn basic football skills in a Christian like setting.
The Refuge Student Ministries will be hosting a 'Football Camp for Christ' Saturday Oct 8, at the Jesse E. Harmon Sports Complex.