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Lashley garners collegiate football attention

March 9, 2015

Scott Lashley stands out of a crowd with an intimidating 6-foot-7 and 300-pound frame. These measurements might be why the West Point High School offensive tackle holds 11 Football Bowl Subdivision (Division I) offers within the last month.
Lashley, a member of the 2016 recruiting class, started as an offensive tackle and played tight end at times for the Green Wave last season. The whirlwind month has been a thrilling time for a player that originally started his high school career on the opposite side of the football as a defensive lineman.

Oxford defeats Lady Wave for district title

February 22, 2015

The Oxford Lady Chargers (22-7) used a strong first-half finish and 11 total 3-pointers, dispatching the West Point Lady Wave 65-52 in the MHSAA District 2-5A championship game Saturday at West Point High School.
West Point (15-15) overcame a five-point deficit for a 15-11 advantage at the end of the first quarter. During the second quarter, the Lady Wave stretched its advantage to 20-11 with 3:50 left in the quarter, but then the Lady Chargers surged. Sparked by three straight 3-pointers of seven in the first half, Oxford entered the break on an 18-2 run.

Daniel, Lady Wave ready for district title bout

February 20, 2015

The West Point Lady Wave might garner a little more respect with its current form on the basketball court.
After a six-win 2013-14 season, the Lady Wave (15-14) squares off against the Oxford Lady Chargers for a MHSAA District 2-5A title at 6 p.m. tonight at West Point High School. Already in the postseason, West Point could lock up a first-round bye with a win.
“It feels great to play for a district championship,” West Point Head Coach Dashmond Daniel said. “We have reached all our goals for this season and adding a district championship would be the icing on the cake.”

Oak Hill drops semifinal to No. 1 Leake

February 16, 2015

CLEVELAND – Dominating in the majority of the statistical columns all night, the Leake Academy Rebelettes had to wait until the fourth quarter for any comfort of a win.
Leake sophomore Anna Evans recorded a double-double with 18 points and 13 rebounds along with three blocks, helping the Rebelettes dispatch the Oak Hill Lady Raiders 57-41 in the MAIS North-AA tournament’s semifinals Friday night at Bayou Academy.
Oak Hill junior Sarah Dill scored a game-high 17 points. Sydney Holton added eight points, and sister Maddie netted seven for the Lady Raiders. Tanner Grubbs had two blocks.

Scott Lashley stands out of a crowd with an intimidating 6-foot-7 and 300-pound frame. These...
The Oxford Lady Chargers (22-7) used a strong first-half finish and 11 total 3-pointers,...
The West Point Lady Wave might garner a little more respect with its current form on the basketball...

 

 

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