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Dizzy Dean tourney labeled a success for city

July 11, 2011

The City of West Point smashed a grand slam over the weekend after a successful Dizzy Dean softball tournament.
“Anytime we can bring people in our town and spend a little money in our restaurants and hotels and give the community a little enjoyment, it’s always a success,” Parks and Recreation director James Crowley said.
There were a few weather delays over the weekend and the tournament started with just seven teams after one dropped out before Thursday. West Point’s 12U all-stars were eliminated on Saturday while Bruce took home the championship.

Clay County shooters set their sites to win at state

July 11, 2011

Steady hands and a good eye are key when shooting a bow or rifle.

Saturday, four Clay County natives, Curtis Smith, Heather Wilson, Elizabeth Nolan and Kelsey Blackford, will put their nerves to the test when they take on the best in the state at the 2011 Mississippi 4-H Shooting Sports State Invitational. Smith and Nolan are shooting the compound bow while Blackford shoots recurve and Wilson will fire a
.22 rifle.

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