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Eagles to face 1-8 Calhoun at home

October 19, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
There is little doubt that the Hebron Christian Eagles (1-7; 0-2) played their best game all year on Friday night. Still, a 22-14 lead in the middle of the fourth was not enough get them past the Rams of Immanuel.
That game, in particular, was also the most important of the season for the Eagles. It was their chance to get back in the district race, after falling to Central Holmes two weeks before in their first district match.

Weather forecast good for Friday’s three home games

October 19, 2010

Staff Reports
Rain showers in the early part of this week are forecasted to give way to great weather, as week 10 of the 2010 football season is set to bet underway this Friday night.
With the rain clearing in the first part of Wednesday, weather forecasters are predicting mostly clear skies for the Friday night games.
West Point, Oak Hill and Hebron will all be at home to play, with the Green Wave and Eagles celebrating homecoming during the contests.

Karate Tournament A Success

October 18, 2010

Hundreds of people from West Point to the Carolinas packed the Bryan Union Hall on Saturday for the West Point Karate School sponsored tournament. Above, Senabion Roby (right) spars with an opponent in the 6 and 7 year-old white and yellow belt event.

Livingston gives Oak Hill taste of the future

October 18, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
During the second half of Friday night’s game between Oak Hill and Kirk, home Raider Bo Sanford was spelled on offense for most of the last two quarters.
The Oak Hill standout remained in the game to play defense, but Raider head coach Leroy Gregg said that the rusher was too banged up to make a lot of cuts with the ball in hand. He was able to run north and south, but when it came to cutting with the ball, it was too painful.

Wave survives another division scare

October 16, 2010

For the second straight week, the West Point Green Wave needed to turn away a last-second two-point conversion in order to stay unbeaten in district play.
One week after surviving a 22-20 scare against Oxford, the defending 5A state champs found themselves in a similar dogfight Friday night, as homestanding Lake Cormorant scored with 1:53 left in the game to close to within a point.
Eschewing the chance at tying the game, Cormorant went for the win, and West Point defensive back Jaquille White forced an incomplete pass to help the Green Wave escape again, this time with a 28-27 win.

Oak Hill slides past Kirk 14-12

October 16, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Friday night’s Oak Hill-Kirk game was not a district match. There were no direct playoff implications for either team, but for the Raiders of Oak Hill (3-6; 1-1), this game was just about as important as any they’ve played this year.
Coming off a dismal performance at Manchester the week before, the Raiders had to have a boost in confidence. With two games to go before facing Winston for a shot at winning district, there was no way the Raiders could go into that game with the level of play or confidence they had in Yazoo City.

Rams drop Hebron 35-22 in key district match on Friday

October 16, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The Hebron Christian Eagles (1-7; 0-2) had a 22-14 lead in the middle of the fourth quarter against the Rams of Immanuel (4-5; 1-1) on Friday night.
The Rams took back the momentum on an 80-yard half back pass from their own five-yard line, and they took back the game, scoring 21 unanswered points to defeat the Eagles 35-22.
“It was a heartbreaker,” said Hebron head coach Greg Watkins. “We played real good ball.”
The Eagles led most of the game, thanks to a pair of touchdown runs by Marques Robinson and a 65-yard touchdown rush by Jay Shaw.

Green Wave ninth grade team captures district title in wild 50-32 win on Thursday

October 16, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The West Point ninth grade football team found their defense in the second half of Thursday night’s game, at home, against the Yellowjackets of Starkville. The visitors, on the other hand, left their defense in Starkville, as a wild offensive display resulted in a 50-32 win for West Point and a district title for the Green Wave team.
“The kids played hard,” said Green Wave ninth grade coach Brian Sellers. “These kids have worked hard, they’ve earned it and they deserve it. “It’s because of their blue-collar mentality, which is what this town’s all about.”

Green Wave set to take on 5-2 Lake Cormorant

October 14, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The West Point Green Wave (6-1; 3-0) will hit the road for just the third time this season today, traveling to Lake Cormorant to take on the Gators (5-2; 2-1) in a district match up. Other than week two’s trip to Florida, the Green Wave’s only other road game was week six’s trip to Indianola.

Raiders’ non-district match with Kirk still important game

October 14, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
There’s quite a bit of pressure off the Oak Hill Academy Raiders (2-6; 1-1) compared to what they faced last Friday. They were coming off a big non-league loss to Lamar, trying to bounce back in the most important district game to date against Manchester Academy.
This week, the Raiders’ contest against Kirk Academy (2-6) does not have any direct playoff implications. The game, however, could effect how the Raiders play in their next district match, as they will spend the next two weeks getting ready for the final-week showdown against Winston.

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