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Hebron eliminated from postseason

April 20, 2013

The Hebron Christian Eagles had their backs against the ropes following an 18-0 rout Tuesday afternoon.
In a win or go home game two, the Eagles needed anything and everything to fall in their favor to defeat the top-ranked Tri-County Academy Thursday afternoon in Flora.

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Hebron team enjoys playoff run

April 20, 2013

The Hebron Christian Eagles after the completion of their 2013 season. First row (left to right): Will-Corben Rogers, Jessie Moore, Ryan Moore, Collin Moore, Henry Hudson, and Payton Griffin. Second Row (left to right): Austin Foster, Coach Todd Griffin, Channing Tapley, Trey Chism, Hayden Carty, Troy Arnold, Drew Myatt, Coach DeWitt Moore, and Coach Cass Tapley. Photo by Will Nations

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Hebron in the playoffs

April 18, 2013

Find out how Hebron Christian School fared against Tri-County Academy in the firs t round of the post-season by reading Sunday’s sports page. Above, Drew Myatt and Will Corbin Rogers come off the field during Tuesday’s home game against the Rebels. Photo by Taylor Turnman

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Hebron no match for powerful Tri-County

April 17, 2013

Tuesday afternoon the Eagles celebrated Senior Night as Hebron Christian recognized the accomplishments of Diamond Girl Heather Jackson and three baseball seniors, Austin Foster, Ryan Moore, and Will-Corben Rogers.

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Sixth-inning collapse dooms Green Wave

April 17, 2013

Tuesday night, West Point was on the road for their final district game of the season in Oxford. The Green Wave jumped out to a 10-2 lead heading into the sixth innings. The Oxford Chargers made an impressive comeback with a seven-run sixth and one-run seventh to send the game into extra innings. In the extra frame, Oxford claimed the game on a wild pitch scoring the walk-off run finishing the comeback over the Green Wave 11-10 in eight innings.

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Hebron seniors honored at playoff home game

April 17, 2013

Hebron Christian recognized their class of 2013 seniors Tuesday afternoon prior to the MAIS opening round playoff game against Tri-County Academy. Three Senior baseball players, along with a Eagle Baseball Diamond Girl, were recognized along side their family and friends on the field. Pictured are the three seniors Austin Foster of Pheba, Will-Corben Rogers of Starkville, and Ryan Moore of Pheba. The Senior Diamond Girl was Heather Jackson. Photo by Taylor Turman

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Hebron Junior High holds strong at track meet

April 15, 2013

Despite the nasty rain and terrible conditions, the Hebron Christian Junior High track team, under the direction of David Foster, weathered the storm last Wednesday and put together a strong showing at the district 3-A Track Meet in Winona.

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Bulldogs hitting on all cylinders: Men sweep Aggies, women sweep Rebels

April 15, 2013

It was a great week to be an MSU Bulldog sports fan. After a midweek come from behind victory over arch-rival and #18 Ole Miss in the annual Governor’s Cup baseball game at Trustmark Park in Jackson, in front of a record crowd (8,240) by a score of 5-1, the Bulldogs continued their outstanding play over the weekend by sweeping SEC newcomer Texas A&M at College Station.

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Oak Hill falters in final game of the season

April 15, 2013

In Oak Hill’s final game of the season, the Raiders needed a win to at least close out the year on a high note.

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Chris Gibson a go-getter for Wave Baseball

April 13, 2013

Chris Gibson has proven the theory that hard work pays off in the long run. Yet it has not taken too long for Gibson to catch the eye of West Point head coach Buddy Wyers this 2013 season. Chris, a freshman, has come through the ranks from junior high to junior varsity and now varsity where he has found a role at second base.

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