October 8th, 2011
As Starkville Academy quarterback Drew Pellum ran backwards Friday night at J.E. Logan Field, the Volunteers cemented the fact that they'll be moving forwards.
EUPORA â€” Paul Gladney, Jr., 67, electronics engineer, died Friday, Oct. 7, 2011, at his residence in Eupora.
NOXAPATER â€” Nobody was more dejected than East Oktibbeha head football coach Randy Brooks Friday night, following his team's 41-18 loss to homestanding Noxapater in a battle of Region 3-1A undefeated
West Oktibbeha unquestionably is a spread-offense, pass-first team. Through its first 6 games, the Wolves averaged 244 yards through the air, proficient for a high school squad.Â
HAMILTON â€“ Eupora lost its first division game this season, but a bigger loss could come out of the 32-6 defeat.
NORTH CARROLLTON â€“ East Webster hit the road to play J.Z. George Friday night, hoping to capture a district win.
The Wolverines got it in a big way.
DURANT â€“ The Ackerman Indians traveled to Durant Friday night hoping to avoid a letdown against a struggling Williams-Sullivan team.
Shawna Brownlee was named West Oktibbeha County High School's 2011-12 Homecoming Queen as part of homecoming festivities and the presentation of the court during halftime at Friday night's football ga
Starkvilleâ€™s Town and Country Garden Club took a trip to West Point to enjoy the home and garden of Stephen Bengel, interior designer for The Fore Seasons at Old Waverly.
I wonder,Â can you fall hopelessly in love with a house?