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November 3rd, 2011

Lady Raiders fall to JA in Canton tourney

November 3, 2011

CANTON - Oak Hill Academy were out-muscled and at times struggled defensively as they dropped their first game of the 2011-12 season Wednesday afternoon, 47-39 to the reigning MAIS Class AAA champions Jackson Academy.

"We just didn't play well enough to win," head coach Stan Hughey said. "It's a tough loss, I thought we really had a chance to play with them."

November 1st

Lady Eagles drop a close one to Heritage, 54-44

November 1, 2011

COLUMBUS - Despite a 25-point performance from Tori Nichols, Heritage Academy pulled out a nail biter Tuesday night, clipping the Lady Eagles 54-44.

Down by six points after the opening quarter Hebron (2-2) scored seven points in the last two minutes to take a 21-19 lead before Rachel Hollivay's put back on a rebound tied it at 21 at the buzzer for Heritage.

Raiders reloaded in 2011

November 1, 2011

Oak Hill Academy’s boys basketball coach Brain Middleton is getting a little nervous.

With still about a week left to go before their season opener against Lamar, Middleton is hoping to get off to a better start in 2011.

“We’re working extremely hard,” he said. “We’ve had three very good days of practice and looking forward to getting back into the gym.”

Entering his seventh season, Middleton has his largest squad with 12 players suiting up, a mixture of experience and youth that hope to repeat as division champions, their first title since 1987.

Lady Raiders tip-off the new season

November 1, 2011

The Oak Hill Academy Lady Raiders will return to the hardwood this afternoon when they take on MAIS Class AAA Jackson Academy at the Canton Academy preseason tournament.

Schedule times have been changed with the varsity girls tipping off at 4 p.m. and junior varsity starting at 5 p.m.

It will be the first test for head coach Stan Hughey and the girls who for the most part have been getting in shape for the new season despite a few scrimmages along the way after a very productive summer.

October 31st

Eagles have blue collar mentality

October 31, 2011

When it comes down to it, Hebron may not blow you out the water on the court, but they’ll definitely give everything they have for four quarters.

The Eagles come into the season with a new head coach and without a star player, yet Tri Nason believes his team has that blue collar work ethic.

West Point’s boys and girls kickoff new season at Ripley jamboree

October 31, 2011

With the 2011 season just days away, West Point’s boys and girls basketball teams had their first real taste of competition on Saturday when they traveled to Ripley for a preseason jamboree.

It was a chance for both coaches to really see what they had, and both were very impressed.

“I was proud of their effort, they have a lot of heart and character,” girls head basketball coach Murray Woody said. “It took a us a little time to get into a rhythm, but once we settled down and ran the stuff we’ve been practicing and executed, we did a lot better.”

October 30th

Lady Eagles close out preseason tourey with win over Calhoun

October 30, 2011

WINONA – An 18-point second quarter performance by Hebron Christian School all but solidified their third round victory over 1A Calhoun Saturday afternoon, 49-20 at the Winona Christian School pre-season tournament.

Using a high-pressure man-to-man defense for most of the game, the Lady Eagles never trailed in the contest, jumping out to comfortable 10-0 lead after the opening quarter and by halftime, the girls had a 23-point advantage.

October 29th

Super Charged - Electrifying offense leads West Point past Oxford 31-21

October 29, 2011

It was quite a flashback in time, but the West Point High School football team did take a trip to the 80’s Friday night.

The Wave used a trio of 80-yard rushing plays, two by QB DeQuinton Spraggins, one by tailback Tez Lane, to earn a 31-21 win over the homestanding Oxford Chargers.

Spraggins broke loose and rushed for 221 yards on 11 carries, which
included an 82-yard touchdown run and an 87-yard sprint to set up another score.

October 28th

Immanuel tops Oak Hill 14-12

October 28, 2011

Oak Hill's freshman class got a pair of touchdowns Friday night, but it wasn't enough to get a victory as the Raiders dropped to 0-10 on the season following a 14-12 district loss to Immanuel in West Point.

The Raiders had the game's first scoring opportunity only to have their field-goal attempt from 27-yards out blocked. Two possessions later and the Rams took the lead with a 68-yard touchdown pass by Darius Jones to Jason Davis. A two-point conversion made it 8-0

West Point Parks and Rec to host halloween train ride

October 28, 2011

West Point's Parks and Recreation department is hosting a Spooky train ride, with free candy Monday at Rec Building at Marshall Park 6-8 pm!

Kids are encouraged to wear costumes and enjoy the ride before heading out for trick-or-treating.

For more information, contact 494-3214

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