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February 15th, 2011

Oak Hill girls head to AA State Tourney

February 15, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The Oak Hill Academy Lady Raiders are in the AA State Tournament. The girls secured the No. 3 spot out of North State with a 46-40 Monday night win over Simpson Academy.
The Lady Cougars got the benefit of a dozen missed free throws from the Lady Raiders, in the first half, but they were unable to make it last, scoring a combined 18 points in the second half.
Coming off a 44-26 loss to Kirk on Saturday, the Lady Raiders stayed alive in the playoffs with the win over Simpson.

Eagles’ season ends in overtime battle

February 15, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The Hebron Christian School Eagles hoops team made a valiant effort to keep their state tournament hopes alive on Monday. Unfortunately for the Hebron boys, Heidelberg Academy’s team was able to outlast them with a 51-44 overtime win.
“The guys played really well,” said Hebron head coach Greg Watkins. “We were one shot away from being in the quarter finals. These boys worked hard and achieved a whole lot over the course of the year.”

Shirley Shell

February 15, 2011

Shirley Shell

Shirley Shell, age 55, passed away Thursday, Feb. 10, 2011, at Hospice Home.
Funeral services are Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2011, at 1 p.m. from The Church, with the Minister Michael Cannon officiating. Burial will follow in Greenwood Cemetery.
Visitation is today, from 4 – 7 p.m. at Carter's Mortuary Services Chapel.
Carter's Mortuary Services is in charge of arrangements.

Neville Burgess McGee

February 15, 2011

Neville Burgess McGee

Neville Burgess McGee, age 89, passed away, Friday, Feb. 11, 2011, Bedford Care of Newton.
Mrs. McGee was born Dec. 19, 1921, in Webster County, Miss., to the late Ada Williams and Henry Burgess. She worked as a sitter at Baptist Hospital-Jackson. Husbands, Thomas McGee and Otto Harville preceded her in death. She was a member of Crossgates Baptist Church in Brandon, Miss.

Hugh F. LeNoir

February 15, 2011

Hugh F. LeNoir

Hugh F. LeNoir, age 91, passed away, Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2011, at the Dugan Memorial Home in West Point.
Mr. LeNoir was born Nov. 20, 1919, in Greenville, Miss., to the late Eula Wilson LeNoir and Sterling LeNoir Sr. He was a Regional Vice President of T.G. & Y Family Centers and Variety Stores for many years. Returning to West Point, Mr. Lenoir was a member of First United Methodist Church. He was a proud Veteran of the U. S. Air Army Air Corps having served during WW II. Hugh Finley LeNoir married Mary Elizabeth Norris LeNoir; she preceded him in death March 21, 1988.

February 14th

Green Wave to face Gentry tonight

February 14, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Friday night’s district title loss to the Oxford Chargers left the West Point Green Wave disappointed all weekend. Green Wave head coach Brad Cox, however, drove one point home to his boys. They are still alive and playing basketball.
“They took the loss pretty hard because of everything they put into it this year,” Cox said on Monday. “There are a lot of teams at home though. We’re one of the few teams still playing basketball.”

Hebron girls use defense to get past Newton at State Tournament

February 14, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The Hebron Christian Lady Eagles narrowly missed claiming the No. 1 seed going into the State Tournament on Monday, in a 55-54 overtime loss to Sharkey-Issaquena on Saturday.
The Hebron girls, however, got off to a good start at Benton Academy on Monday, defeating Newton Academy 46-22 to start the state tourney.
The Lady Eagles jumped out to an early four-point lead after one quarter. The offense was only able to get eight points on the board, but the defense held the Newton girls in check, with just four points.

February 12th

Lady Wave beats Oxford, will host Indianola-Gentry

February 12, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
West Point Lady Wave senior Kelsei Ewings earned her title as All-District Tournament Player on Friday night, as she helped lead her team to a 69-54 win over the Oxford Lady Chargers. The Lady Wave will now host the first round of the North State Tournament tomorrow night.

Oxford takes title, Wave hits the road

February 12, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
There isn’t any quit in the West Point Green Wave boys basketball team. That being said, the Oxford Chargers are not going to give any either.
Both teams knew this going into Friday night’s district championship game at West Point High School. The first time they played, West Point won by nine. The second time, it was Oxford on top at the end by 19 points.
On Friday night, it was anybody’s game through three quarters. In the fourth, however, the Chargers broke away for 24 points, leaving West Point in the dust in a 71-61 final.

February 9th

Robertson’s free throws send Green Wave to playoffs

February 9, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Two weeks ago, Laquintis Robertson threw up a last-second shot against the New Hope Trojans, in overtime. Everyone on West Point’s side thought for sure Robertson drew a foul on the missed shot, which would have allowed the senior a chance to tie the game with free throws.
He didn’t get the foul call, and the Green Wave fell by two.
On Tuesday night, West Point found themselves in the exact situation. Tied 50-50 with New Hope, in overtime, Robertson went to the air for a last-second would be winning shot, and the New Hope defenders were all over him.

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