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January 17th, 2011

Oak Hill girls crush Winston 53-19

January 17, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The Oak Hill Academy Lady Raiders (17-6; 5-0) had to stay in tournament mode for last weekend. While it’s not uncommon for the girls to play on Thursday and again on Friday, it isn’t very often the Lady Raiders have to play a third game on Saturday, especially a district match.
Oak Hill showed no worries though, as they rolled past Calhoun Academy 67-27 on Thursday night. They followed that performance up with a Friday night road win over district rival Carroll by a 54-19 score.

January 13th

Oak Hill continues three-game weekend

January 13, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
It’s not a tournament, but for the Oak Hill basketball program, it’s sure going to feel like one before the weekend is over. The Oak Hill hoops squads will be completing a three-day stretch of games tonight and tomorrow.
After playing Calhoun Academy last night, Oak Hill will play a district match against Carroll tonight, and they will make up Tuesday night’s games with Winston tomorrow.

Tomorrow final day to sign up for city youth basketball

January 13, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
There is still time to get kids signed up for the city’s youth basketball league, but time is running out fast.
Tomorrow will be the final day kids can be added.
The Parks and Recreation Department extended the deadline, which was originally December 30, giving locals more time to sign up.
With the hard economic times still upon most, and Christmas just past, Parks Director James Crowley said that they took the measure to alleviate some of that pressure.

Touchdown Club still selling apparel

January 13, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Been putting off getting apparel commemorating the 2010 5A State Title, won by the West Point Green Wave football team?
The West Point Touchdown Club says that there is plenty of merchandise left, including short-sleeve t-shirts, long-sleeve t-shirts and hoodies.
The Club also has a supply of pink hats detailing the 2010 championship.
Club President Kenny Fowler says that there should be more products coming in the future, including hats and a DVD of the 2010 season.

January 12th

Youth hoops deadline looms

January 12, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Due to the Christmas Holidays and the harsh economic times, the city took steps last month to try and give parents a little more time to get their kids involved in the city’s youth basketball league that will start next month.
The original sign-up deadline, slated for December 30, was moved back to January 15.
That means that Saturday will be the final day to sign kids up for participation in the league.
The season was originally scheduled to start on Monday, but that date will likely be pushed back as well.

Hebron girls head to Macon to take on district rival Central

January 12, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The Hebron Christian Lady Eagles were among many Mississippi basketball teams that were not able to improve on their district records earlier this week.
With a heavy winter storm’s snow and ice still on the roads on Monday and Tuesday, the Lady Eagles missed bouts with Winona and Calhoun.
On Thursday night, however, the girls should have any trouble getting down to Macon to take on another district rival in Central Academy.
The Hebron girls have already played and defeated the Lady Vikings once this season, back on December 2.

Eagles to face Vikings on the road

January 12, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The Hebron Christian Eagles missed a pair of crucial games earlier this week, due to snow and ice, but they will be back on the court tonight to face district rival Central Academy.
Looking to improve on some already solid divison performances, the Eagles will face the Vikings’ team for the second time this season. The Eagles defeated Central in the first match.
On Monday night, the Eagles were slated to face Winona at home, and they were scheduled to play Calhoun Academy on the road Tuesday night.

January 11th

Green Wave soccer is on the rise

January 11, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
West Point soccer is on the rise.
The Green Wave program may be young, but it is one that is developing each time the players hit the field.
Head coach Keith Manning is also a football coach for the Green Wave, and he wants to transmit what makes that program successful to his own.
“We have to build off our football program,” said Manning, whose boys team beat Choctaw Central on Thursday and narrowly got defeated by district rival Saltillo on Saturday. “We have to take their ideas and success and carry it over into other programs.”

Multiple games canceled due to weather

January 11, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
This week’s winter storm caused many schools and businesses to close around the state. Athletic events were no exception to this either, as most of the early-week activities on the area schools’ schedules have either been postponed or canceled.
Tuesday is perhaps the busiest night of the week for all schools when it comes to sports.

January 8th

Seal the Deal Wins City League Championship

January 8, 2011

On Friday night, the Seal the Deal team and the Macon team had a final showdown to see who would win the adult basketball league for the city.
Seal the Deal fell behind early, but they rallied, as they have all season, and finally overtook Macon in a 62-56 victory.

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