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Ole Miss has the MOJO

January 7, 2013

It is funny how cyclical college football can be in the state of Mississippi, especially when it comes down to the two SEC teams.
The great rivals, Mississippi State and Ole Miss, are always in contention between each other whether it is in the recruiting spectrum or in between the white lines of a football field. The year of 2012 and the 2012-2013 season, Ole Miss definitely had the upper hand on-and-off the field. With the hiring of new Head Coach Hugh Freeze, winning the Egg Bowl, and a bowl game victory, the Rebels and their fans feel that they are on cloud nine.

West Point native Ford finds home at Mississippi College

January 6, 2013

Only two years removed from West Point Green Wave Basketball and Lakin Ford has found a home at Mississippi College.
A 6’5” 190 pound junior forward for the Choctaws, Ford recorded a double-double against Schreiner University. Ford scored 13 points and pulled down 11 rebounds in 35 minutes of play during the Thursday, January 3rd contest as the Choctaws went on to victory over the Mountaineers 78-60.

Lady Eagles fall to Kemper Academy 46-44

January 6, 2013

The Lady Eagles traveled to De Kalb, taking on the Lady Rams of Kemper Academy. In their third district game, the girls of Hebron Christian were hoping to pick up their first district win after two losses to Winona Christian and Calhoun Academy.

Hebron Christian runs Kemper Academy out of the gym 53-36

January 6, 2013

The Eagles took an undefeated record on the road for their third district game against Kemper Academy. Hebron and Kemper are big rivals and the action on the floor proved no different.
A sluggish first half proved to not be a problem for the Eagles as Hebron entered the halftime interval up 20-18. In the second half, Hebron used a third quarter 13-0 run to pull away from the Rams, going on to win 53-36.

Lady Raiders look to take one back from Marshall

January 3, 2013

The Lady Raiders are coming off two wins at the Immanuel Christmas Tournament and currently holding a 16-3 record.
One of the three losses came against the Lady Patriots of Marshall Academy on December 1. Oak Hill squandered a four point halftime lead and let one slip away as Marshall Academy defeated the Lady Raiders 53-51.
The Lady Raiders will get a second chance Saturday, January 5, as Oak Hill makes the trip to Holly Springs to take on Marshall Academy. It should be another tight game, and the Lady Raiders will hope to be up for the challenge.

Oak Hill looks for better showing against Marshall

January 3, 2013

The Oak Hill Raiders will go into Saturday’s contest against Marshall Academy a little battered, but not broken.
Oak Hill and Marshall Academy met earlier this season; the Raiders had a very difficult time figuring out the Patriots and lost 51-29. Oak Hill never trailed by less than 15 after the first quarter and will hope to erase this past game in their memory.
The Raiders are currently coming off a barn-burning win over Winona Christian School 60-56 at the Immanuel Christmas Tournament in Columbus.

Lady Wave turnover to Heritage 44-33

December 31, 2012

It was the final game for the Lady Wave in the Immanuel Christmas Tournament as West Point took on a very tough Heritage Academy. It was the third game in a three day span that maybe left the Lady Wave with little in the gas tank.
West Point was held to only one Qiayon Bailey basket during the first quarter and failed to ever return into contention with the Lady Patriots. Heritage Academy went on to have full control of the contest and never let the Lady Wave ever get close. The Lady Patriots defeated West Point 44-33.

West Point runs out of gas, falls to Booneville 70-58

December 31, 2012

The Green Wave ended their two week hiatus Saturday December 29 in Booneville on the campus of Northeast Mississippi Community College. West Point took on the Blue Devils of Booneville High School. The Blue Devils are the current 3-A runner-up and one of the favorites to win the 3-A state championship.

Lady Raiders looking to become golden

December 29, 2012

The Lady Raiders have been absolutely dominant this season and it is only the end of December. Once again Oak Hill put on commanding performances at the Immanuel Christmas Tournament as the Lady Raiders defeated both of their opponents and very easily to say the least.

A beat-up Oak Hill still finding success on the court

December 29, 2012

The Raiders, over the holiday break, participated in the Immanuel Christmas Tournament. Oak Hill split their two games at the tournament with one loss to Columbus High School on Thursday and a tight victory over single-A Winona Christian 64-60 on Friday.

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