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Hebron Christian building bonds at camp

August 6, 2013

People tend to get to know each other better when they have to stay within close proximity to one another.

That's exactly what Hebron Christian's head football coach David Foster is hoping will happen during his three-day football camp being held on the campus of the school in Pheba.


Oak Hill softball drops first three contests of 2013

July 30, 2013

Growing pains come with their lumps.
The Oak Hill softball team and first year head coach Nathan Ellis may have hoped for a better start to the 2013 campaign as the Lady Raiders dropped their first three games. The Lady Raiders are a young ball club that will be working on improving week in and week out.

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Lady Eagles take flight in victory over JA

July 30, 2013

It is always nice to pick up a win on the first game of a season, it becomes even better win the pitcher hurls six innings of hitless softball.

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Hebron Christian football looks for fruitful off-season

July 26, 2013

The Eagles are hoping that 2013 summer workouts will pay dividends when the season kicks off.

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Lady Eagles welcome back coach and look toward improved 2013 season

July 24, 2013

Cass Tapley has been involved with the sport of softball for a while now.
Tapley coached his daughter Chloe for her whole career as a softball player at Hebron where she dominated in the circle as a pitcher fanning over one thousands batters and did an equally as dominant job in the batter’s box. Yet when Chloe chose to forgo her senior season last year due to illness, Cass followed suit giving the control of Hebron softball to first-time head coach David Hudson.

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State of Oak Hill Athletics

July 19, 2013

The 2012-2013 athletic year saw an upswing for Oak Hill Academy’s Athletic program and Athletic Director and head girls’ basketball coach Stan Hughey hopes that the momentum continues to go in favor of the red-and-white.

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All-Stars prep for Southaven

July 17, 2013

Jonah Caskey

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Williams selected as Clarion-Ledger Dandy Dozen

July 16, 2013

He is a dandy, “woo-hoo mercy!”
Tuesday at noon, the Clarion-Ledger released their ninth selection of the 2013 edition of the “Dandy Dozen”, that player was West Point’s senior running back Aeris Williams.

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Oak Hill plays Heritage in summer scrimmage game

July 15, 2013

The hot summer months of June and July are the proving grounds for the upcoming high school football season.

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All-Star Schedule of Games

July 3, 2013

DIZZY DEAN ALL-STAR Schedule

The Dizzy Dean South State tournament will begin today in four different age groups. The tournament will be contested in four different locations as well. West Point’s Park and Recreation department will be represented by three teams in three age groups. The Following is their schedules and location for this weekend.

West Point U-8 All-Stars
West Point’s U-8 All-Star will be competing in Starkville at McKee Park. The All-Stars are one of seventeen teams that are vying for a Dizzy Dean South State Championship. The tournament is double-elimination.

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