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Determination key to win for West Lowndes

Posted 11/11/2009 in High School Sports

West Lowndes High School boys basketball coach Herman Peters saw a determined look in the eyes of his players on Tuesday. Peters knew it would be a tall task for Class 2A West Lowndes to knock off Class 6A Columbus on its court, but in this matchup size didn’t matter. Peters said the Panthers may not have much height, but they have plenty of heart and that led to a 58-51 victory.

 

 

Aberdeen girls basketball team manages without Hoskins

Posted 11/11/2009 in High School Sports

Jameika Hoskins liked the view from the bench Tuesday night. Opponents of the Aberdeen High School girls basketball team shouldn’t be comforted, though, because Hoskins doesn’t figure to spend much time there this season. The senior forward had a seat on the sidelines because she was recovering from flu-like symptoms and first-year coach Latorrence Bivens wanted to give her time to recover. The Lady Bulldogs didn’t miss a beat without Hoskins and starters Michelle Stewart and Dayana McGee thanks to the play of Janee Hodges and Regina Barker

 

 

Jackson returns to hardwood at East Central CC

Posted 11/11/2009 in College Sports

Kendall Jackson is getting a second chance to play basketball. . Jackson is a freshman on the men’s basketball team at East Central Community College in Decatur after missing his senior season at Columbus High School due to an injury. Jackson suffered a stress fracture in his leg while competing in the triple jump at the Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 5A North State Track Meet as a junior at Columbus High. He vividly remembers suffering the injury Sept. 25, 2008, because it was his mother’s birthday.

 

 

CLRA youth soccer options continue to grow

Posted 11/11/2009 in Local Sports

The soccer options offered by the Columbus-Lowndes Recreation Authority continue to grow. The success of the CLRA’s Columbus United, a competitive Division II soccer club, has motivated the authority to introduce an Under-8 Developmental Program that will help prepare players for the transition to U-10 play. The primary goal of the program is to offer players enhanced skill training and challenging conditioning to help prepare them for the move to the next level.

 

 

Offensive line helps EMCC pave way to victory

Posted 11/10/2009 in College Sports

SCOOBA — The helmet is far from pristine. The red outline of a Lion on the side is intact, but the gouges on the top of the white helmet cry out for a paint job — or a break from the action. But there aren’t any breaks when it comes to protecting a quarterback like Randall Mackey.

 

Wild Rebel could have star of future in Mackey

Posted 11/10/2009 in Local Columns

SCOOBA — The Wild Rebel has its next star. Randall Mackey is still a few months away from officially finding his way to the University of Mississippi, but when he does, coach Houston Nutt could have a quarterback with the potential to shift the Rebels’ offense to a sixth gear.

 

MSU women's cruise to exhibition victory

Posted 11/10/2009 in College Sports

STARKVILLE –– Attack mode is the right way to go for Mary Kathryn Govero, Tysheka Grimes, and the rest of the Mississippi State women's basketball team.

 

 

Caledonia soccer sweeps New Hope

Posted 11/10/2009 in High School Sports

CALEDONIA — It’s only one game, but Brandon Webber showed Monday night he just might have what it takes to challenge Taylor Chisolm’s scoring record. Webber kicked off the 2009-10 season in style by scoring three goals to lead the Caledonia High School boys soccer team to a 3-1 victory against New Hope in the season opener for both teams.

 

 

MSU in must-win situation

Posted 11/10/2009 in College Sports

STARKVILLE — Mississippi State senior linebacker Jamar Chaney has a “must-win” mentality entering the final month of the regular season. The Bulldogs (4-5, 2-3 Southeastern Conference) will play host to Alabama at 6 p.m. Saturday, travel to the University of Arkansas on Nov. 21, and play host to the University of Mississippi on Nov. 28.

 

 

Plant delivers for Lamar County

Posted 11/10/2009 in High School Sports

VERNON, Ala. — The playoffs are a chance to shine. Lamar County’s Marcquis Plant was the latest Bulldog to have his night in the spotlight, and it came at the right time.

 

 

Starkville football team rallies to edge Columbus

Posted 11/8/2009 in High School Sports

There’s something magical about the fourth quarter for Jaquez Johnson and Chuck Tillery when the Starkville High School football team plays Columbus. A year ago, Johnson connected with Tillery for two touchdown passes to help the Yellow Jackets score 22 unanswered points in the fourth quarter in a come-from-behind victory. On Friday, there was more riding on the outcome, which made the fourth-quarter heroics even sweeter.

 

 

Lamar County football team remains undefeated

Posted 11/8/2009 in High School Sports

VERNON, Ala. — Undefeated Lamar County High School had posted back-to-back shutouts entering its game against Red Bay in the opening round of the Class 2A playoffs. Coach Ken Adams said he wasn’t worried about getting a third shutout in a row Friday night as long as Lamar County won. Adams didn’t have much to worry about as the Bulldogs rolled to a 42-0 victory.

 

 

Pickens County football team re-establishes itself in playoffs

Posted 11/8/2009 in High School Sports

REFORM, Ala. — Top-seeded Pickens County needed to re-establish itself in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs coming off its first loss of the season to rival Gordo in its regular-season finale. The Tornadoes did just that, lighting up the scoreboard for 43 first-half points in a 57-24 victory against Keith..

 

 

Noxubee County footbll team victory not pretty

Posted 11/8/2009 in High School Sports

MACON — It wasn’t the prettiest game in the history of the Noxubee County High School football program, but coach M.C. Miller will take it. The Tigers surrendered their second-most points in a game this season, had more 100 yards in penalties, and committed three turnovers, but mustered enough offense to defeat New Albany 36-17 Friday night in the first round of the Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 4A North Half State playoffs.

 

 

West Point football team finishes unbeaten in district

Posted 11/8/2009 in High School Sports

WEST POINT — After routing its fourth opponent in a row, the West Point High School football team is ready for its first challenge of the Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 5A North Half State playoffs. “We just want to take care of business each week, regardless what the competition is,” West Point coach Chris Chambless said West Point completed a 7-0 district march Friday night with a 37-7 victory against Hernando.

 

 

Bates leads Louisville football team past Pontotoc

Posted 11/8/2009 in High School Sports

LOUISVILLE — There was some question going into the Louisville High School football team’s first-round Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 4A North Half State playoff matchup as to whether sophomore wide receiver C.J. Bates would play. The Warriors of Pontotoc High School left the turf of Louisville’s R.E. Hinze Stadium on Friday night wishing he had not. Bates caught seven passes, including one for a touchdown that led to LHS tying the game late, and intercepted a pass on the last play of the game to spark the Wildcats to a 28-21 double-overtime win.

 

 

Victory Christian wins championship game

Posted 11/8/2009 in High School Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. –– Winning football championships has become contagious at Victory Christian Academy. Victory Christian won its second-consecutive title, and third in four years, Friday by beating Tuscaloosa Christian 49-6 in the Christian Football Association championship game. Parker Eaves completed 9 of 11 passes for 320 yards and threw four touchdown passes to lead Victory Christian (10-0) to its second consecutive undefeated season.

 

 

Dentry leads New Hope football team past Gentry

Posted 11/8/2009 in High School Sports

INDIANOLA — Terrance Dentry rushed for 155 yards and scored both of his team’s touchdowns Friday night to lead the New Hope High School football team past Gentry 14-0 in its final game of the regular season. New Hope (9-1, 6-1 Class 5A, Region 1) scored all its points in the first half as Dentry scored on a 24-yard run in the first quarter and on a 3-yard run in the second quarter. Dentry finished the regular season with 1,010 yards.

 

 

EMCC football team wins first state title

Posted 11/8/2009 in College Sports

SCOOBA — One more drive, one more stop. The East Mississippi Community delivered on both counts Saturday to make history. Randall Mackey connected with Lance Lewis on his seventh touchdown pass of the game, and Anthony Hines’ interception with less than a minute to play sealed EMCC’s 75-71 victory against Mississippi Gulf Coast C.C. in the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges title game at Sullivan-Windham Field.

 

 

MSU's Broomfield likes potential of secondary

Posted 11/8/2009 in College Sports

STARKVILLE — Corey Broomfield is ready to make history. As the Mississippi State freshman defensive back walks through the team room, he observes the photos on the wall of former Bulldog greats Walt Harris, Pig Prather, and Fred Smoot. Broomfield believes the current secondary that includes freshman Johnthan Banks, of East Webster High School in Maben, and sophomore Charles Mitchell can make names for themselves before their careers are done at MSU.

 

 

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