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Seniors say goodbye at West Point Senior Night

April 24, 2013

Pictured is the West Point Baseball’s Senior Class of 2013. From left to right; Riley Morton, Eric Lemus, Freddie Reed, Courtney Goss, Bradley Ewings, Woodrow Prince, and Tez Lane. The seniors concluded their Green Wave careers with a 4-1 win over the Columbus Falcons at Taylor Park on Tuesday. Photo by Will Nations

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West Point: Through the wilderness

April 24, 2013

The last time the Green Wave were victorious on the baseball diamond was March 5 against rival Starkville at Taylor Park. West Point, Tuesday evening, was hoping to end an 18-game skid to close out the 2013 campaign.

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Green Wave O-Line winning in the trenches

April 23, 2013

Technique, physicality , and aggressiveness. These are the three words that West Point offensive line coach Casey Welch presses on his boys every practice until they may get tired of hearing it. But this push on technique, physicality, and aggressiveness is the most valuable assets to the downhill running attack of the Green Wave offense. Without a tight unit in front of the backfield, all havoc could break loose and limited success on the offensive side of the football would be the result.

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Little League tees off

April 23, 2013

Elijah Young plays a smooth first base for the Phillies.

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Oak Hill tennis wins conference

April 23, 2013

The Lady Raiders and Raiders were victorious Monday at the district 2-AA Tournament in Jackson. Oak Hill Tennis, under Coach Brian Middleton, defeated Canton Academy, Leake Academy, Manchester Academy, and Winston Academy, in route to the district crowns in the girls and boys sides of the tournament.

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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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