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April 6th

Green Wave struggles continue against district rival Oxford on Friday

April 6, 2013

A rut can be the most difficult thing to ever get out of. For West Point baseball, it seems like they might not get out of it by the end of the season.

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April 4th

Oak Hill tennis takes season-opener over Leake

April 4, 2013

The Oak Hill Academy Tennis team opened their season in West Point on Tuesday afternoon against conference 2-AA foe Leake Academy. The Lady Raiders and Raiders won the team match 7-2 over Leake. The Raiders picked up all four possible points while the Lady Raiders split their points with the Rebelletes.

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April 3rd

Winston’s 10-run rally sinks Oak Hill

April 3, 2013

Baseball can be a strange sport, especially when the momentum turns quickly on a single pitch.

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Rally fails, Lady Wave falls to Oxford

April 3, 2013

The West Point Lady Wave softball team took on Oxford for the second time in district 2-5A play. After a 5-1 loss to the Lady Chargers in Oxford, the Lady Wave were hoping to return the favor this time in West Point Tuesday night.

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West Point blanked by Oxford

April 3, 2013

The West Point Green Wave played game one of the three-game district 2-5A series against the Oxford Chargers in Oxford Tuesday evening.

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April 2nd

Oak Hill opens tennis season

April 2, 2013

Results of Tuesday’s match against Leake were not available as of press time, but we will bring you those scores later this week.
Anna Ready leaps to serve one up to a Leake tennis player on Tuesday afternoon.

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Defending champion and No. 1 Baylor falls to upstart Cardinals

April 2, 2013

Baylor wishes they could have Easter Sunday back. Just hours after their Louisville male counterparts manhandled the Duke Blue Devils on Easter Sunday to advance to the Men’s Final Four, the Louisville women continued their March Madness journey in attempting to do the same, by defeating the #1 ranked Baylor Bears, 82-81, in what many are calling the greatest upset in college women’s basketball history. Baylor’s star phenom Brittney Griner saw her stellar college career come to a resounding halt, in what was a game she will not soon forget.

April 1st

West Point tries to turn things around at Oxford

April 1, 2013

West Point second baseman Chris Gibson gets ready for a ground ball in the infield during Friday’s game against New Hope. Today, West Point travel to play Oxford for a 5 p.m. JV start, and the varsity team will look to secure a district win at 7 p.m. Photo by Will Nations

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