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New Albany shuts out Tish. Co. in district opener, 7-1 on the year

New Albany 6 Tishomingo Co. 0 (girls) The Lady Bulldogs’ stonewall defense led by Kelsey Hodges, Carley Grisham, Estephanie Fernandez and Randi Stevens, pus goalie Paige Zahller registered their third of four shutouts of the season, as New Albany defeated Tishomingo County in their division opener 6-0 Friday night. On the offensive attack for the […]

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Union County Schools to survey interest in band, football programs

There is lots of excitment floating through the air in the Union County School District.  As many of you heard Union County is wanting to provide football and band for the students of Union County.  However, we feel that it is important to have input from the community. Myrtle, West Union, and Ingomar will be […]

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New Albany Schools to implement 10-point grading scale next year

The New Albany Public School Board voted Monday evening to implement a new 10-point grading scale for the 2009-2010 school year. The previous grading scale is as follows: A 93-100, B 85-92, C 75-84, D 71-74, and anything below 70 would be an F. The new grading scale will be as follows:  A 90-100, B […]

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“Sharing at Christmas” $5K short of food funds needed

With only a week and a half until Christmas, the 2008 “Sharing at Christmas” fund is woefully short of its goal of $25,000. As of press time, the fund has received approximately $8,000 in monetary donations, as well as some donations of toys. The money that is donated is designated solely for the “Sharing at […]

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NA cruises past Lafayette, EU and Myrtle pick up wins

New Albany 60 Lafayette 25 The Bulldogs gave new meaning to the saying kick them while they’re down, as New Albany easily handled the winless Commodores of Lafayette, 60-25 Monday night. New Albany opened the game strong, and held the ‘Dores scoreless in the first frame, while piling on 15 points, led by Malcolm Spears’ […]

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NA pulls away from Lafayette

New Albany 64 Lafayette 57 New Albany head coach John Stroud is use to seeing his team play strong in the second half, so when the Lady Bulldogs jumped to a 15 point lead at the half of their game at Lafayette Monday night, he was happy with his team’s performance. “We’ve played great in […]

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Potts Camp sweeps West Union in division opener

Potts Camp 64 West Union 63 West Union had their opportunities, but could not take advantage of them through out the night as the Lady Eagles dropped their region opener 64-63 to Kenyotta Jenkins and the Potts Camp Lady Cardinals. The Lady Cards built a six-point lead midway through the fourth quarter, but the Lady […]

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Myrtle comesback versus Falcons

Vardaman 77  West Union 60 Wesley Jumper scored 30 and Luke Wait added 10 as West Union dropped a 77-60 decision to the Vardaman Rams in the boys’ consolation game on Saturday.  Sergio Prescott lead Vardaman with 29 points. Home for the holidays West Union fans will be able to get their fill of basketball […]

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EU picks up second win, Myrtle goes undefeated in home tourney

West Union 42 North Pontotoc 41 The Lady Eagles’ tough summer schedule helped Kimberly Jumper and West Union stay cool, calm, and collected in final seconds of their thrilling 42-41 victory over the North Pontotoc Lady Vikings to claim the championship of the North Pontotoc Invitational Tournament. Trailing 41-40, a near turnover ended up in […]

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NAHS defeats Lafayette, improves to 6-1 on the year.

New Albany 4 Lafayette 1 The Lady Bulldogs improve to 6-1 on the year, as they traveled to Lafayette and defeated the Lady Commodores 4-1 Saturday. Stephanie Fernandez had two goals in the winning effort, while Jenna Davis and Randi Stevens scored as well for New Albany. Assisting on the goals for the Lady Bulldogs […]

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