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August 27th, 2014

Lady Whippets move to 4-2 on year

The Lady Whippets pushed their season record to 4-2 on the year with wins over Winona and Noxapater by scores of 10-3 and 5-4 respectively.  Ethel served up the only loss for the Lady Whippets on Saturday by a score of 2-0.

 

 

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Tigers run to 22-6 victory

The Durant Tigers hosted Coahoma County on Friday night and did not make it very comfortable for their guests.  The Tigers jumped on Coahoma early in the first quarter to take a 15-0 lead and clung to that margin until the fourth quarter when each team traded scores.  Durant was the only team to make good on the PAT in the final stanza and won the contest 22-6.

 

 

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Lady Tigers win four straight, defeat Kosy

The Ethel Lady Tigers have started off the young season with four straight victories with wins over French Camp, McAdams, Winona and Kosciusko.  Ethel defeated French Camp in Kosciusko on August 17 by a score of 11-6.  The McAdams Lady Bulldogs visited the Lady Tigers on Thursday and fell in the region contest 26-0.  On Saturday the Lady Tigers hosted an invitational tournament and defeated Winona 10-7 and Kosciusko 2-0.

 

 

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Tigers 0-1 to start 2014 campaign

MANTACHIE - Last Friday evening the Mantachie Mustangs returned to the gridiron for the first time in nine months after coming off arguably their best season in history which saw them advance to the second round of the 2A playoffs before eventually ending in West Bolivar.

 

 

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Chargers down county rival Panthers 53-13

ACKERMAN — Once the adrenaline rush began to ease up, the Chargers of Choctaw County High School went to work on Friday night, scoring 30 second-quarter points on the way to a 50-13 season-opening win over rival French Camp Academy.

 

 

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On the Porch with Dirk: Old times and vent windows

How many of y’all remember those little triangle-shaped vent windows on the front of  old vehicles?  With the improvement of air conditioners in vehicles, they have gone the way of the dinosaur.   On a hot summer day, if I could drive fast enough, I could turn that apparatus to the point that I could get enough wind to blow a tick off my head.  It was almost as good as air conditioners of today, but women did not like it much as it messed up their hairdos.  I always liked to tell them that some women paid big bucks for that windblown look.

 

 

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Trojans blast Deer Creek

LEXINGTON --- The Central Holmes Christian School Trojan football team went to 1-0 on the season here Friday night with a 29-0 victory over the Deer Creek Warriors.

 

 

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August 22nd

Laura R. Mangrum

 

 

 

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August 21st

Fun at the Fair

In keeping with recent years, the 105th Central Mississippi Fair closed Saturday night with what organizers termed “successful” in attendance and participation in events.

 

 

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Ride draws 120 cyclists

More than 100 cyclists converged on downtown Kosciusko Saturday morning for the Little Mountain Ride.

 

 

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