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Columbus will take on South Panola tonight

Posted 10/8/2009 in High School Sports

Tonight or Friday doesn’t matter to Columbus High School football coach Bubba Davis. Either way, the Falcons were going to have to be ready to play state power South Panola, so why not take care of it one day earlier. “My feeling is that we will play them right now,” Davis said Wednesday morning.

 

 

Keenum directs Houston's passing attack

Posted 10/8/2009 in College Sports

It’s not the passing attempts, pass completions, yards, or touchdowns passes that mean the most to University of Houston quarterback Case Keenum. When the game is over, the only numbers that concern Keenum are the ones on the scoreboard.

 

 

Right attitude has been key for Caledonia volleyball

Posted 10/8/2009 in High School Sports

It’s all about the attitude for the Caledonia High School volleyball team. Defending a 30-foot section of court with six players doesn’t sound like a difficult proposition. But if the players don’t know the details that go into playing each position it’s likely they won’t be able to work as a unit.

 

 

Victory Christian won't play for fourth week in a row

Posted 10/8/2009 in High School Sports

Bowl season doesn’t begin for another two months. But the past four weeks have lasted just as long for Chris Hamm and his Victory Christian football team.

 

 

Pickens County will try to take command in region

Posted 10/8/2009 in High School Sports

Scott Marchant has the Pickens County High School football team in contention for a region championship in his first season as head coach. Pickens County can take a step toward winning the Alabama High School Athletic Association Class 2A, Region 4 championship Friday night when it plays host to American Christian Academy.

 

 

Aberdeen volleyball team eliminated from state playoffs

Posted 10/7/2009 in High School Sports

ABERDEEN –– In a perfect world, the third time is always the charm. Too, in a perfect world, a resounding 25-10 first-set triumph on your home court should be enough to kick-start your team to a straight-set win. And again, in a perfect world, a 2-1 set advantage and holding serve with a 24-22 lead in the fourth and what should be the deciding set should be a good indication your team had a better than even chance of advancing to the Class I North Half finals.

 

 

Pope fondly recalls when New Hope ended Hamilton's winning streak

Posted 10/7/2009 in High School Sports

Streaks are part of Northeast Mississippi’s football history. But before South Panola High School football team claimed the honor of holding the state’s longest winning streak, that honor belonged to coach Jimmie Moore’s Hamilton Lions. Moore’s Lions, who accomplished the unbelievable feat of going through the 1977 season without allowing a point, went on two years later to start a winning streak that stretched to 51 games until Oct. 7, 1983, when coach Rudy Pope’s New Hope High Trojans ended the run with a 35-14 victory in Columbus.

 

 

Owen finds her niche on Judson College volleyball team

Posted 10/7/2009 in College Sports

Throughout high school, Amber Owen heard she’d never play college volleyball. At 4-foot-11 1/2, Owen was relegated to playing on the junior varsity volleyball team at Caledonia High School and it looked like college volleyball wouldn’t be in her future. “It hurt a lot because I knew I had the potential and I had the ability to play and I wasn’t really given that chance,” Owen said. “I was looking for a small (college) so I could play volleyball, or at least try, because everybody told me I would never play college volleyball.”

 

 

Mississippi State's Dixon overcome adversity

Posted 10/7/2009 in College Sports

STARKVILLE — Anthony Dixon is about to become Mississippi State’s all-time leading rusher. The journey to that top spot has been bumpy. In the offseason, the senior tailback was arrested for DUI. He fulfilled unspecified punishment from the team and served a one-game suspension in the season opener against Jackson State. Now, Dixon has to bounce back from a game where he fumbled twice in a 42-31 loss to Georgia Tech.

 

 

CHS football game moved to Thursday

Posted 10/7/2009 in High School Sports

Due to expected bad weather in the area, the Columbus High School football team’s game against South Panola has been moved to 7 p.m. Thursday at Falcon Field.

 

 

Mullen wants offense to find rhythm early

Posted 10/6/2009 in College Sports

STARKVILLE — The rhythm of the Famous Maroon Band’s drum section doesn’t catch the attention of Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen most on game day. When Mullen talks about rhythm he’s referring to the offense, especially early in games.

 

 

Curry shines on both sids of field for Pickens County

Posted 10/6/2009 in High School Sports

REFORM, Ala. — Scott Marchant has a dilemma. The Pickens County High School football coach has a talented quarterback to direct his team’s high-powered passing offense. The former defensive coordinator also has an athlete versatile enough to play a hybrid safety-linebacker position. Problem is, that player is Deion Curry.

 

 

MSU lineman Smith sees first game of career

Posted 10/5/2009 in College Sports

 

 

Starkville shakes off slow start to go 2-0 in region

Posted 10/5/2009 in High School Sports

 

 

Falcons come close, but suffer fifth consecutive loss

Posted 10/5/2009 in High School Sports

 

 

Central comes up game short of title

Posted 10/5/2009 in High School Sports

 

 

Defense helps West Point beat New Hope in district matchup

Posted 10/5/2009 in High School Sports

Their jerseys are old school. The big, bold green numbers 30 and 66 on white jerseys stare down opponents. It’s simple and clean, even without the players’ names on the back of the jerseys. On Friday night, Jamal Petty and Vontarrius Dora made a statement wearing those numbers.

 

 

Magnolia Heights hands Heritage Academy another loss

Posted 10/5/2009 in High School Sports

It took about half a quarter for the Magnolia Heights football team to find the rhythm it last displayed in a 3-0 start to the season. After that, the Chiefs marched all over the Heritage Academy Patriots 45-14 to snap a three-game losing streak.

 

 

West Lowndes capitalizes on mistakes to beat Hamilton

Posted 10/5/2009 in High School Sports

HAMILTON — The West Lowndes High School football team stopped a late surge by Hamilton Friday night en route to a 26-20 victory in its Class 2A, Region 2, District 4 opener. The Panthers (5-1) also snapped the Lions’ three-game winning streak.

 

 

Amory beats Caledonia for first victory

Posted 10/5/2009 in High School Sports

AMORY — Forest Williams used something Friday night he didn’t know he had. When the Amory High School sophomore quarterback broke through the line of scrimmage in the third quarter, he outran the Caledonia High School defense on his way to a 55-yard touchdown.

 

 

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