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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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Good form

May 8, 2013

Collins Trolilo shows good form on the field for the Phillies.

Oak Hill prepping with Spring Practice clean

April 27, 2013

The Oak Hill Raiders are coming off a successful 6-6 season and their first playoff berth since the 2009 season. The six win season was the most wins in a regular season since Randy Carlisle’s squad in 2006. Second year head coach Daniel Merchant is looking for the three weeks of spring training to be a positive for his team.

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Atkins, White ink with EMCC Rodeo team

April 27, 2013

Mid-day Friday, Oak Hill seniors Shay Atkins and Palmer White placed pen to paper signaling they will be attending East Mississippi Community College in Scooba and competing for the EMCC Rodeo Team.

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Williamson, Kelly to defend state crown

April 27, 2013

No we are not discussing a morning talk show, but the Oak Hill mixed doubles pairing of Kim Kelly and John Wesley Williamson have had similar success to “Regis and Kelly.”

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Williams priming for senior finale

April 24, 2013

1,519 rushing yards in his junior year and the A-train is ready to leave the station and carry the load a little bit further down the track this coming fall. Possibly to Jackson and Mississippi Veterans’ Memorial Stadium in December.

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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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