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September 24th, 2014

My thinking place

I have spent a great deal of time near water these last few days. There is something about waning light at summer’s end, or maybe it is something deeper that I do not yet understand, but I am drawn there. Driving by without pulling in for a few moments is not an option for me.

 

 

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Changing seasons

Changing seasons brings about the transformation of greens to golds, reds, yellows, and so many colors in between.  

 

 

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SHUTTERSPEED: Epic 2014 Egg Bowl?

 

 

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On the Porch with Dirk: A simple man who made a lasting impression on me

 

 

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Whippets too much for Cats

FOREST––The Kosciusko Whippets hit the road for the first time in 2014 with a bitter taste in their mouths left over from the 27-14 loss last week to the 6A Grenada Chargers.  Many missed opportunities left the Whippets with the mindset that they very easily could have been 4-0 instead of the 3-1, which is the record they took to Forest to play the 2-2 Bearcats.  After the dust settled in Forest Friday night, the Whippets came away with a convincing 34-12 win to improve to 4-1 on the year. 

 

 

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Lady Whippets win two straight

The Lady Whippets upped their season record over the last week to 8-5 with victories over Louisville and Ethel.  The Lady Whippets amassed 29 hits and 22 runs over that two-game span, beating Louisville 12-2 and Ethel 10-6.

 

 

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Hornets hold off Bulldogs in region play

The McAdams Bulldogs started the season 3-0 with a big overtime win over their cross-county rival Ethel before being humbled by St. Aloysius 55-14 the following week.  This pushed the Bulldog record to 3-1 with a trip to Kilmichael to take on the Montgomery County Hornets.  After a scoreless first half, the Hornets scored all they needed in the third quarter and eventually won the contest 14-6, handing McAdams its second loss of the season, pushing the= record to 3-2 overall and 0-2 in Region 2. 

 

 

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Tigers drop region opener to Chiefs

Ethel head coach Brad Gray knew coming in that his first year as the top Tiger could be a tough one and after his team’s 55-8 loss to Pelahatchie on Friday night, it did not get any easier.  He felt his team would fight and play fundamentally sound, but did not feel he had the numbers and depth to keep up with some already established programs.  With just 33 players on the roster to start the season, injuries and attrition have taken quite a toll on the Ethel depth chart.

 

 

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Lady Tigers split on week

The Ethel Lady Tigers went 1-1 over the past week to raise their record to 9-6 on the season.  On Thursday they traveled to West Lowndes and won the contest 12-0 before falling at home to Kosciusko on Monday night 10-6. 

 

 

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Mary Kirkland King

 

Mary Kirkland King passed away September 21, 2014, at her home in Madison, surrounded by loving family and friends. 

 

 

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