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Dill, Lady Raiders down Tri-County

December 22, 2014

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Sarah Dill was like a notary. Every moment of the game seemed to have the junior’s seal of approval on it.
Dill scored 27 points, pulled down six rebounds and made two blocks, and the Oak Hill Lady Raiders dispatched the Tri-County Lady Rebels, 46-32, in a District 2-AA game Thursday at Oak Hill Academy in West Point.
“We all knew it was a big game, and we needed to play good,” Dill said. “The first quarter really helped because it gave us confidence to keep pressing. It was a little tough at the end, but we still came out with the win.”

OHA Raiders net second straight

December 22, 2014

BY WILL NATIONS
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The ball might start rolling in the right direction for the Oak Hill Raiders.
After losing three consecutive games and falling below the 500-mark following 11 games, the light at the end of the tunnel might be getting brighter for Oak Hill if the wins continue accumulating.
“We were playing desperate during that three-game losing streak,” Oak Hill senior Drake Riley said. “We practiced harder, put more focus into it, but overall we just played better. I think we are now finding our stride with our best basketball.”

Forest’s 19 points propel Wave over Houston

December 18, 2014

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HOUSTON – Ecurb Forest might not have been 100 percent, but the game’s spectators in the stands might not have realized it.
Forest, who’s battling a sore throat caused by tonsillitis, scored a game-high 19 points, catapulting West Point to an easy 64-47 victory over the Houston Hilltoppers Tuesday night at Houston High School.
“Ecurb was able to get into a rhythm knocking down 3-pointers,” West Point Head Coach Brad Cox said. “His teammates set him up with good looks, and once he got going they did a great job getting him the ball.”

Bennett inks with Southeastern Louisiana

December 18, 2014

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Trey Bennett has had two “signing days” in his football career.
Wednesday’s signing day might hold larger implications for the 2013 West Point High School graduate.
Bennett, who completed his second football season at Holmes Community College this fall, inked his National Letter of Intent (NLI) to play for Southeastern Louisiana University, entering as a junior, Wednesday at West Point High School. Wednesday was the national signing day for junior college football players who are considered mid-year transfers by the NCAA.

Hudson leads Lady Eagles to victory over WCS

December 17, 2014

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PHEBA — In basketball, a team can have a rhythm or not.
According to Hebron Christian Head Coach Bruce Franks, his Lady Eagles are still trying to find a team rhythm, but some of the individuals on the team are right in form.
Holly Hudson is one of those players.
Hudson, a sophomore, recorded a double-double as Hebron salvaged a 52-49 win over the Winona Christian Lady Stars in a non-district game Monday night at Hebron Christian School.

Hebron, Faulkner win over Winona Christian

December 17, 2014

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PHEBA — With Hebron Christian’s Landon Hill out of the starting lineup with the flu, the Eagles needed someone to step up and fill the void.
Clay Faulkner made up for that missing frontcourt piece.
Faulkner scored 27 points, and the Eagles dispatched the Winona Christian Stars, 56-37, in a MAIS non-district game Monday night at Hebron Christian School.
“We had good ball movement and made several shots outside (the paint),” Faulkner said. “After I made the first basket, I started feeling it. We knew we had to make up for Landon (Hill).”

Bailey key cog for Lady Wave

December 17, 2014

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Whenever Dashmond Daniel, head coach of the West Point Lady Wave basketball team, has an “open gym session” during the offseason, he definitively knows that one of his players will be there.
With the motivation to improve her game, this player is only a junior, but Qiayon Bailey displays an instinctual ability to lead for the West Point girls’ basketball team.

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Lady Raiders survive Manchester thriller

December 16, 2014

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YAZOO CITY — On the road and on the ropes, the Oak Hill Lady Raiders did not lose their composure.
In its second District 2-AA game, Oak Hill surrendered a 12-point, fourth-quarter lead but scored the game’s final three points at the free-throw line – thanks to two freshmen – for a 57-55 win over the Manchester Lady Mavericks Saturday afternoon at Manchester Academy. The win was the first district victory for Oak Hill after falling to Leake Academy last Tuesday in Madden.

Oak Hill downs Manchester

December 16, 2014

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YAZOO CITY — The Oak Hill Raiders were looking for a rebound after a sequence of tough performances. The stretch ended with their first district win, and a team that found relief.
Three scorers reached double figures as Oak Hill ended a three-game losing skid and dispatched the Manchester Mavericks (5-7; 1-3 District 2-AA), 61-42, in a MAIS District 2-AA game Saturday at Manchester Academy.

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