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April 9th

Oak Hill tennis slips by Manchester Academy Monday

April 9, 2013

Monday afternoon in West Point, the Oak Hill tennis team played host to the Lady Mavericks and Mavericks of Manchester Academy in district 2-AA action.

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Diamond Dogs have setbacks, but take series over Gators

April 9, 2013

For the 17th ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs (26-9 overall, 5-7 in SEC play), this weekend had many bright moments from which to build great momentum as the season progresses.
First, the Dawgs took their first series in the last five weekends, winning the weekend series 2-1 over the Florida Gators (15-18 overall, 5-7 in SEC), after having lost the last four series 2-1 to Central Arkansas, and nationally ranked SEC powers LSU, Kentucky, and Arkansas.

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Winston prevails over OHA in pitching duel

April 9, 2013

Sometimes you only need to score first in a baseball game. Monday evening that could not have been truer.

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April 8th

West Point spends day at the track

April 8, 2013

On Saturday, the West Point track teams made the short journey north to Aberdeen to participate in the Aberdeen High School track meet. It was a successful Saturday for the Lady Wave and Green Wave as both teams put on spectacular performances which brought home the meet’s overall trophies. West Point defeated Aberdeen and South Panola in the large high school portion of the track meet.

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West Point trio completes Crucible Challenge

April 8, 2013

Three West Point natives who graduated together in 2008 recently completed the Crucible Challenge in Starkville. Above are P.J. Smith, Cody Miller and Brad Seawright.

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April 6th

Kemper’s 11-run second lifts Rams over Eagles

April 6, 2013

Sometimes the third out can be the hardest one to get. In the top of the second inning for Hebron Christian, it was almost nearly impossible. The Rams took advantage of four walks and two errors to score seven runs with two outs before the inning ended. The two-out rally, an 11-run inning, gave Kemper a 12-5 lead which the Eagles could never overcome in the five following innings.

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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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Tillman promotes four to Yellow Belt

April 6, 2013

Tillman’s Tae Kwon Do School is promoting four of its students to Yellow Belt rank. The students above from left are Luke Desantis, 7, Brody McBrayer, 4, Jacob Zeppani, 6 and Dixon Reed, 6. Master Tillman is very proud of the students for their hard word, effort and success. They put much into this exam. Master Tillman is offering classes to all age groups. The school also offers boxing classes and mixed martial arts (MMA) to the public. Tillman’s is located at 132 West Main Street. Submitted Photo

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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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