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Raiders hit the road for Spring Game today

May 15, 2013

Coming off a 6-6 season and their first playoff appearance since 2009, the Oak Hill Raiders have used their spring practices as a way to continue the success that head coach Daniel Merchant brought to the program in 2012.

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Nations: Bring back “Home Run Derby” to television

May 14, 2013

An early Monday morning on the couch led me to flip through the cable box over to ESPN’s Classic channel, seeing that there was not anything currently on besides info-commercials. When I finally flipped over, I was delighted to see the grainy, black and white re-run of the 1960 television show, “Home Run Derby”. In the second episode of the lone syndicated season, the Chicago Cub hall of famer Ernie Banks fell to the legendary New York Yankee Mickey Mantle 5-3.

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Make sure the right team wins

May 13, 2013

The baseball fans of the world are holding a collective breath this week in hopes that the umpiring crews have a better five-day run than they did last week.

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Navy-Gold Game concludes Hebron Spring Practice

May 10, 2013

On Thursday afternoon, the Hebron Christian School Eagles hit the football field for their “Navy-Gold Spring Game” in Pheba to finish their two weeks of training in anticipation of the 2013 fall season.

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West Point is on the map

May 10, 2013

When Richard Ramsey’s phone rings, the Howlin’ Wolf Blues Museum Director never knows who is going to be on the other end.

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Oak Hill takes second place, as Williamson, Kelly and Ready win titles

May 9, 2013

Under the pressure of winning an individual state title and a possible team state title for the Oak Hill Lady Raiders, Anna Ready put on her best performance of the 2013 season.

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Oak Hill netters fall short of overall title

May 8, 2013

Coming into Wednesday’s action in Ridgeland, head coach Brian Middleton and his Oak Hill Academy tennis team had an opportunity to bring home a boys’ and girls’ state title from the Mississippi Association of Independent School AA State Tournament. Following a morning sweep of the semi-finals in the boys’ singles and girls’ singles brackets, the Oak Hill Netters looked primed to take home the victory and a championship trophy.

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A MORNING SWEEP

May 8, 2013

The Oak Hill Netters are currently battling at the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools (MAIS) AA Classification State Tennis Finals at the Ridgeland Tennis Center in Ridgeland.

The Oak Hill Tennis team and head coach Brian Middleton took a clean sweep in the morning semi-finals as Anna Ready and Jessi Cole advanced in their respective girls’ singles brackets and David McElwaine and John Willis Stevens punched their tickets to the finals as well. The Raider tennis team on dropped one set in the four semi-final matches.

Ready to go

May 8, 2013

Oak Hill’s Anna Ready will compete along with five other Raider tennis players at the state tournament in Ridgeland today. Read www.dailytimesleader.com for updates or follow Will Nations on Twitter @ NationsSports File Photo

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Franks announced as Hebron’s head coach

May 8, 2013

Bruce Franks looks a lot like Hall of Fame NBA coach Phil Jackson in the face.
His success on the court has been comparable as well.

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DTL staff PHEBA — The Hebron Christian Academy Eagles won their final game of the regular season...
DTL staff The Oak Hill tennis team dropped its first district match Monday afternoon 5-4 in West...

 

 

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