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West Point faces an untested Hernando at home

September 30, 2011

West Point returns home tonight looking to improve on their tremendous start to their district schedule after dominating Lake Cormorant 42-14.

Tonight they take on a truly untested Hernando that have lost two in a row since their lone victory on the season in week three.

The Green Wave jumped off the bus from a two-plus hour ride up north and built up a 42-0 lead over the Gators early before the defense finally broke down in the fourth quarter.

Hebron battles reigning 8-man champs

September 30, 2011

Just days after coming up short on their biggest fight of the season, Hebron quickly erased the 52-50 double overtime loss to Park Place and put their focus on the reigning 8-man football champions in Kemper Academy.
“I think it’s a good it stings a little bit,” head coach Tri Nason said. “They know how it feels now and they don’t want it to happen again.
Last week the Crusaders overcame a 22-6 half time deficit to send the game into overtime and eventually prevail after stopping Will Corben-Rogers diving effort on a two-point conversion.

Raiders take on district newcomers

September 30, 2011

Oak Hill Academy is still searching for their first win on the year and as the season rolls along the teams don’t get any easier.
Tonight, the Raiders get back into district action when they take on Leake Academy after a two game road trip that saw them get shutout 40-0 in both games.
Leake has had a decent season thus far, scattering two wins among four losses over a six game span. Those wins came against Immanuel and Kirk.
Head coach Benjie Merchant said all the teams they’ve played so far have improved across the board from last season, mostly with new additions.

WP junior high students learn to be leaders

September 30, 2011

School was out at Fifth Street Middle School, but there were a handful of students sitting in a classroom Wednesday afternoon learning another lesson.

They weren’t in detention, but these girls, the West Point junior high cheerleaders, were meeting like they have been doing all semester and more importantly becoming better people in school and the community.

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