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January 20th, 2012

WP junior high girls play for Big 6 title

January 20, 2012

West Point could have it's first trophy of the season on the basketball court come Saturday.

The junior high girls basketball team, under the direction of six year head coach Beverly Jackson, will tipoff for the Big Six Conference championship against Starkville in Starkville. Start time is scheduled for noon. It will be the first time in recent memory the girls have chance to play for the title, and it's the first for coach Jackson.

"I wasn't aware of the accomplishment," she said. "But i'm very excited to get a chance to play for it."

January 18th

Streak ends for OHA

January 18, 2012

LOUISVILLE - Oak Hill head coach Brian Middleton said Tuesday’s victory over Winston wasn’t a season changing win, but “We had to get that mentality back.”
Oak Hill snapped a four-game losing streak with a 52-36 win over Winston Academy and keep their heads above water as they fight for a number two seed in the district tournament.
“We’re going to come around,” Middleton said. “One game at a time starting with Friday night against Manchester.”

Hebron Christian sweeps Calhoun, climb district table

January 18, 2012

CALHOUN CITY - The Hebron Christian Lady Eagles continued to stay among the top of the MAIS 3A standings Tuesday night with a 42-22 victory over Calhoun Academy on the road.
The Lady Eagles, 16-7, moved to 5-1 in the district behind only Kemper Academy as they look to defend their title and secure a top seed heading into the district tournament with two more games left, both on the road.
Hebron won by a large margin the last time these teams met in December, but Calhoun, who have just one win the 3A, wasn’t going to be a pushover this time.

January 17th

West Point/Starkville canceled

January 17, 2012

Tonight's games between West Point and Starkville has been canceled because of the threat of potential weather in the region later tonight.

No make up date has been scheduled.

West Point at home, Hebron and Oak Hill hit the road

January 17, 2012

All three high schools will be in action tonight.

Herbon Christian, who split a pair of games with district foe Winona last Friday, travels to Calhoun for the first of two straight road games and another district tilt.

The Lady Eagles are 4-1 in 3A play, second to only undefeated Kemper Academy while the Eagles, who lost to Winona are currently in third at 2-3.

Oak Hill is also on the road for the second consecutive night at Winston for a 2AA district clash. Both squads lost to Leake last week in Madden and look to remain in the hunt for a top seed in the district tournament.

January 16th

Raiders fall in OT as Leake sweeps Oak Hill

January 16, 2012

MADDEN -The drought continued for the Oak Hill Raiders Saturday afternoon as they dropped their fourth game in a row, falling to Leake Academy 63-56 in overtime.
Leake outscored the Raiders, who had two players foul out in the extra period 10-3.
AJ Jones led the team in scoring with 28-points and had a chance to snap the skid with eight seconds left in the ball game, only converting on one of two from the line.

Aberdeen edges out West Point, 86-83

January 16, 2012

ABERDEEN - West Point had four players finish in double figures Saturday, and despite a tough effort the second time around, Aberdeen still came out on top, 86-83.
“We did a lot of things very well,” head coach Brad Cox said.
The Green Wave (8-12, 1-1) were solid at the line, shooting 23-of-28 and had only 14 turnovers which Cox said was remarkable for a high school game considering Aberdeen was pressing on almost every possession.

Oak Hill swept at Leake, West Point falls to Aberdeen

January 16, 2012

The Oak Hill Raiders have dropped four in a row after their 63-56 overtime loss to Leake on Saturday in District 2AA play. The Lady Raiders were handed their first loss in the district, falling to the Lady Rebels 52-44. The girls dropped to 5-1 in the district.

West Point lost in a heartbreaker to Aberdeen, 86-82 in the final of the aberdeen tournament.

Lady Raiders unbeaten in district

January 16, 2012

Oak Hill once showed why defense is their bread and butter. They can shoot pretty good too.
Friday night, the Lady Raiders had one of their best defensive performances of the season with a 62-19 win over Canton. The victory moves them to 18-5 on the year, but more importantly 5-0 in MAIS District 2AA.
“I’ve tried to convince this bunch that that’s our identity,” head coach Stan Hughey said. “Our ability to guard people.”
In the two games prior, especially against Marshall, the girls were able to shut down the opponents top offensive weapon.

Green Wave hold off W. Oktibbeha

January 16, 2012

ABERDEEN - West Point’s recent success has come from a lot of factors, but head coach Brad Cox points to his defense.
The Green Wave picked up their third win in four games Thursday, 85-62 over West Oktibbeha.
“Our defense has been getting better over the last few games,” he said. “Just the effort and intensity has been better and the guys are buying into that. They’re starting to see when you play defense well, we can get things in transition and open some things up.”

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