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New Albany takes two from Byhalia

NEW ALBANY – New Albany got the sweep plus a double shutout in their final division matches of the season on Wednesday which were moved up from Thursday due to impending bad weather. New Albany also recognized their seven seniors on the boys and girls teams on Senior Night. (G) New Albany 9, Byhalia 0 […]

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New Site slips past Urchins

ELLISTOWN – East Union’s Urchins seemed on the verge of pulling off the upset over 3A New Site on Tuesday, but the Urchin upset bus ran out of gas in the closing seconds and the Royals escaped with the narrow 59-58 win. “We had a seven or eight point lead with probably two or three […]

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Darshawn Hill defends against Ryder Willard. File photo.

Myrtle takes sweep at West Union

Myrtle and West Union met on Friday in the Union County Tournament and the teams hit the hardwood again on Tuesday in a Division 2-1A action at West Union. Myrtle again took the boys contest, but the Lady Hawks avenged their 12-point loss and upended the Lady Eagles. (G) Myrtle 62, West Union 59 Myrtle […]

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Bridges leads Lady Bulldogs to win over Rosa Fort

NEW ALBANY – The Lady Bulldogs’ last win came in November; the last game where leading 2015 scorers Tashonda Caviness and Jazzmine McWilliams were on the court together. On Tuesday, New Albany held off Rosa Fort to snap a 14-game losing streak, defeating the Lady Lions in a 63-61 final to move to 1-1 in […]

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Falcons top Mantachie to stay perfect in 1-2A

Both Ingomar squads hit the 20-win mark for the season after nabbing a pair of division wins against 1-2A rival Mantachie. The Lady Falcons turned in a 57-26 win over the Mustangs, led by Mallory Russell’s 22 points. Gara Beth Self added 14 more in a game where Ingomar jumped out to a 16-5 win […]

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Ingomar’s Lady Falcons girls basketball team pose with the Union County Championship trophy after defeating West Union 58-32 on Saturday.

Ingomar sweeps tournament to claim 2016 Union County titles

MYRTLE – The boys’ final of the Union County tournament featured 52 fouls in 32 minutes, with a late pull-ahead rally from Ingomar allowing the Falcons to edge Myrtle 58-54 for the title on Saturday night. Ingomar’s Kelton Hall and Myrtle’s Jonathan Scales put on an offensive show combining to score 50 points between them. […]

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Bulldogs, Urchins and Eagles advance to finals in Junior High tournament

INGOMAR – Both New Albany squads as well as the East Union Lady Urchins and the West Union Eagles will play for the 2016 Union County Junior High titles after all four teams advanced in the semi-final rounds on Jan 14. The Lady Bulldogs defeated West Union in a 33-22 as New Albany’s 11 point […]

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New Albany splits non-division contest with Kossuth

The New Albany Bulldogs took a break from division competition to pay a visit to Alcorn County on Friday. The boys topped the Aggies in a 75-71 decision while the Lady Bulldogs dropped their game in a 68-29 final. Elexis Jones finished as the leading scorer on the night for New Albany, putting in 10 […]

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Bulldogs secure playoff bid, Lady Dawgs stay perfect in division

New Albany assured themselves of a spot in 4A soccer playoffs with their 5-2 win over Tishomingo County on Friday. The Bulldogs were led by Payton Snyder and Joseph Rainey as the duo scored two goals apiece and Eduardo Zaragoza added the remaining goal. Rainey and Zaragoza each had an assist and Jose Favela also […]

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25th Anniversary Kiwanis Hotbed Classic

2016 New Albany Kiwanis Hotbed Classic will be 1/23/2016 9:00 – West Union vs Smithville 10:15 – East Union vs Houlka 11:30 – Ingomar vs Mooreville 12:45 – Myrtle vs Quitman 2:00 – Center Hill vs Mitchell (TN) 3:15 – Pontotoc vs Bolton (TN) 4:30 – New Albany vs Lawerence County 6:00 – Clinton vs […]

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