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September 17th, 2014

Flashbacks

Editor’s note: Flashbacks highlights news from The Star-Herald from 25 and 50 years ago.

 

 

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Big Red Band memories

Have you had a chance to see Big Red Band this year? They are as magnificent as ever. 

 

 

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Remembering San Francisco

It became apparent yesterday that I have taken the art of procrastination to a new level, one usually only occupied by people dreading to pay income tax or men who must go shopping for window treatments.

 

 

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Lady Tigers improve to 8-5

The Lady Tigers improved their record to 8-5 on the season with a 7-4 victory over Noxapater.  The Lady Tigers came out strong with three runs in the first inning when Avery Bouchillon hit a two-run triple, scoring Brooklyn Whitman.  Bouchillon later scored on an RBI single by Sidney Rone.  Brooklyn Pitt, Jessica Mitchell and Clarissa Smith all had singles in the victory.  Erin Watkins got the win as defense and pitching shut Noxapater down in the seventh inning to preserve the victory.

 

 

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Lady Whippets earn playoff berth

The Lady Whippets split four games in the last week with wins over Caledonia and Noxapater and losses to Nanih Waiya and Leake Central.  The Lady Whippets earned a playoff berth with their 4-2 win over Caledonia and improved their season record to 6-5 after crushing Noxapater 20-10.  The Lady Whippets dropped an 8-0 decision to Noxapter on September 8 and dropped an extra-inning affair to Leake Central on September 9, 7-6.

 

 

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Whippets battle 6A Chargers to wire

KOSCIUSKO––The Grenada Chargers visited Kosciusko last Friday night and won the hard-fought contest 27-14.  The Whippets dropped to 3-1 on the year, and the win pushed the Chargers to 3-1.  

 

 

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Flashes too much for MHS Dawgs

After starting the 2014 season 3-0, the Bulldogs were brought back down to earth after a 55-14 loss to the St. Aloysius Flashes.  

 

 

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Tigers drop contest to 2A powerhouse

The Ethel Tigers, fresh off a heartbreaking overtime loss to their cross-county rivals from McAdams, had an extremely tall task at hand last Friday night when they loaded up and headed east to take on the top ranked 2A Eupora Eagles.  Ethel, 0-4, lost the contest 42-16 and will begin region play this Friday night.  

 

 

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On the Porch with Dirk: Homegrown talent

 

 

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Dogs fail to find end zone, fall to Indians

FULTON --- Two costly mistakes by the Holmes Community College Bulldog offense resulted in 13 huge points for Itawamba Community College here Thursday night as the Indians took the North Division opener for both squads, 19-3.

 

 

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