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Aberdeen shuts out Okolona

Posted 9/19/2009 in High School Sports

OKOLONA — Despite a 24-0 lead, Aberdeen High School football team offensive coordinator Kris Pickle had a spirited meeting with his offense late in the third quarter Friday night. Unhappy with his offensive line in particular after three unproductive offensive possessions in the quarter, Pickle didn’t mince words with his charges.

 

 

Oak Hill Academy blanks Hebron Christian

Posted 9/19/2009 in High School Sports

WEST POINT — The Oak Hill Academy football team finally found someone it could push around, and it just happened to be the other private school in Clay County. After rain forced Oak Hill Academy to hold its homecoming ceremonies in its gym, the Raiders defeated Hebron Christian 14-0 Friday night in sopping conditions.

 

 

Noxubee County to be tested again by larger school

Posted 9/19/2009 in High School Sports

The defending Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 4A state champions have survived every test this season against teamss that are in higher classifications. The Noxubee County High School football team will get another chance to extend that streak at 7:30 tonight against Class 5A West Point High School. The Tigers (4-0) have swept Class 6A schools Starkville, Columbus, Jackson Murrah, and Greenville-Weston.

 

 

Immanuel, Victory Christian seek momentum from wins

Posted 9/18/2009 in High School Sports

Coming off big wins last week, the Immanuel Christian and Victory Christian football teams will try to keep their momentum going tonight. Immanuel (1-3) will play host to Winona Christian, while Victory Christian (4-0) will play host to Victory Baptist. Both games will start at 7 p.m. Immanuel coach Shawn Gates, who earned his first career victory as a head coach last week, said everybody on the team, including the coaches, has been doing their part to try to help the team continue its winning ways.

 

 

Heritage, West Lowndes look to atone for bad games

Posted 9/18/2009 in High School Sports

Bobby Berry and Brad Butler had nights they would like to forget last Friday. The Philadelphia High School football team broke out to a 48-0 halftime lead en route to a 48-16 victory against West Lowndes, while the Lamar School used its passing attack to torch Heritage Academy 49-12. Both coaches will try to get their programs back on track tonight. The West Lowndes Panthers (3-1) will play host to Wheeler at 7:30, while the Heritage Academy Patriots travels to Madison Ridgeland Academy (7).

 

 

New Hope puts win streak against rival Caledonia on the line

Posted 9/18/2009 in High School Sports

The New Hope High School football team will get back to work tonight against an opponent that is sure to get it primed for the start of district play. The Trojans (2-0) return from a bye week at 7:30 tonight looking to extend a winning streak when they take on county rival Caledonia (0-3). New Hope has won the past four meetings in the series. Caledonia’s 14-10 victory in 2004 is the program’s only victory in the series, dating back to 1995.

 

Lann helps Lamar County prevail against Sulligent

Posted 9/18/2009 in High School Sports

SULLIGENT, Ala. — Jimmy Lann delivered his best effort on one of the best nights to be a Lamar County Bulldog. The senior had a sack that led to a touchdown and two more key defensive plays in the final five minutes Friday night to help Lamar County defeat Sulligent 21-20 in a Class 2A, Region 7 matchup at Brown Stadium. The victory was the first for the Bulldogs (4-0) against the Blue Devils (2-2) since a 45-20 victory in 2005. It also marks the program’s best start in more than 15 years.

 

CHS returns to field to take on Louisville

Posted 9/17/2009 in High School Sports

The “preseason” is nearly over. That’s why Columbus High School football coach Bubba Davis is excited about his team’s matchup at 7:30 p.m. Friday against Class 4A Louisville High.

 

 

Aberdeen, Amory clash again for the A-Trophy

Posted 9/17/2009 in High School Sports

ABERDEEN — Fernando Davis has a good memory when it comes to football scores. Davis recalls plenty of results from his playing days at the University of Alabama. But Davis can go back even before that and show off an impressive ability to recall the smallest details from his career as a linebacker at Aberdeen High School.

 

 

Lamar County, Sulligent renew rivalry Thursday night

Posted 9/16/2009 in High School Sports

Three weeks after kicking off the season against one rival, the Lamar County High School football team will play another Thursday night. Lamar County beat South Lamar 61-20 in its season opener and is completing its game plan for its matchup at 7 p.m. Thursday against Sulligent. “It kind of gets you started off right,” Lamar County coach Ken Adams said of the rivalry games. “There’s always a respect factor with either team, but there’s probably more intensity when it comes to the Sulligent game. Nobody here wants to lose to South Lamar, but the community gets even more intense when it comes to the Sulligent game.”

 

 

Timberwolves' Poe plays key role in first victory

Posted 9/15/2009 in High School Sports

MABEN — A clogged running lane or a solitary tackler isn’t enough to stand in Josh Poe’s way. If he wants to get to the end zone, he will find a way. Such was the dilemma for the West Oktibbeha High School running back Friday night in overtime against Noxapeter.

 

 

West Point uses ground game to beat Starkville

Posted 9/12/2009 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE — Black, blue, and green. If West Point High School football coach Chris Chambless had his way, he would rely on a handful of plays and his offensive line and pound away on opponents. When you have a stable of running backs and a shifty quarterback, it’s easy to keep the ball on the ground. On Friday night, West Point used a bruising first-half effort and rolled up 269 yards rushing en route to a 33-13 victory against Starkville.

 

 

Nettleton gets physical in beating Caledonia

Posted 9/12/2009 in High School Sports

CALEDONIA — The Nettleton High School football team approached its game Friday against Caledonia with a game plan. Coach Jack Clark knew coming in that the Tigers to wear out the Confederates up front before they could run the football. He said he drilled his team harder on being physical to help his players move the Confederates up front. The strategy paid off in the third quarter as the Tigers shut down the Confederates’ momentum en route to a 29-7 victory.

 

 

Oak Hill has game get away in second half

Posted 9/12/2009 in High School Sports

WEST POINT — The Oak Hill Academy football team held its own against Leake Academy on Friday night, trailing by 12 points at halftime. But the Rebels exploded in the third quarter to quell any thoughts of a Raider comeback and went on to a 38-7 victory. “We came out and played with a sense of urgency,” said Leake Academy coach Billy Pickens, who felt his team was satisfied with a two-touchdown lead. “That’s what we talked about at halftime, coming out with urgency and the impact play.”

 

 

Heritage Academy has one of those days against Lamar School

Posted 9/12/2009 in High School Sports

MERIDIAN — Heritage Academy first-year football coach Brad Butler walked up to a fan after Friday night’s game against the Lamar School and said, “Mama said there were going to be days like this.” Friday night was a day Butler would just as soon forget, as the Patriots suffered a 49-12 thrashing at the hands of top-ranked Lamar School at Grey Cobb Field. Senior quarterback Witt Haggard and wide receiver Bo Bidgood combined for four touchdown passes to hand the Patriots their first loss in four games this season.

 

 

Aberdeen rolls past Amory for A-Trophy

Posted 9/12/2009 in High School Sports

AMORY — There’s nothing like a blowout against a traditional county rival to silence the boo birds. That was the case here Friday as the Class 3A Aberdeen Bulldogs rolled to an impressive 36-3 victory against the Class 4A Amory Panthers. Coming off a 10-3 finish a year ago and ranked No. 3 in The Clarion-Ledger Class 3A preseason poll, Bulldog fans had visions of an unbeaten season and the school’s first state championship.

 

 

West Lowndes hit by Tornadoes

Posted 9/12/2009 in High School Sports

If the Philadelphia High School football team keeps this up, it might have to change its mascot. The Tornadoes came to Lowndes County for a battle of undefeated teams, but it felt more like a Category-5 hurricane hit the area after they took a 48-0 halftime lead en route to a 48-16 victory against West Lowndes. It took Philadelphia (4-0) 18 seconds to find the end zone, as junior Tyriq Patrick returned the opening kickoff 85 yards to give the Tornadoes a 7-0 lead.

 

 

New Hope softball team wins doubleheader from Quitman

Posted 9/12/2009 in High School Sports

The New Hope High School slow-pitch softball team remains a work in progress. But if the Lady Trojans play defense like they did Saturday afternoon, they just might get another opportunity to play for another state title. Even with only three players getting more than one hit on the day, New Hope still earned 1-0 and 5-2 victories against Quitman in a doubleheader at Lady Trojan Field.

 

 

Burnett picks up slack to lead Aberdeen volleyball team past Caledonia

Posted 9/11/2009 in High School Sports

ABERDEEN — With go-to player Jameika Hoskins slowed by a knee injury, senior Sommer Burnett picked up the slack and led the host Aberdeen High School volleyball team to a 3-1 win against Caledonia here Thursday evening. Burnett, who also is the sister of Aberdeen High coach Marquis Burnett, turned in an outstanding performance in a matchup of unbeaten (4-0) division rivals.

 

 

Storm gives Heritage soccer team needed break en route to win

Posted 9/11/2009 in High School Sports

STEENS — There are no timeouts in soccer. The fluidity in the action forces coaches to rely on players to adjust tactics and styles of play in the flow of a match. Sometimes, though, it doesn’t hurt to receive a little assistance. Mother Nature provided just the respite the Heritage Academy girls soccer team needed Thursday night. A stoppage of play due to lightning in the area late in the first half gave the Lady Patriots a chance to regroup.

 

 

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