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SACK! Devin Wilson of New Albany sacks North Pontotoc quarterback Trey Jolly during the first quarter of Friday's Homecoming game. New Albany won in OT 24-21.

Bulldogs rally with two big plays, win on OT kick

By Jay Tidwell Special to the News Exchange Larenz Jones provided the spark for a thrilling comeback by New Albany. After Cedric Buford batted down a field goal attempt by North Pontotoc’s John Gonzales early in the fourth quarter, Jones grabbed the loose ball and sprinted 70 yards for the end zone. It was the […]

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New Albany players get ready for the setup to return the ball against Pontotoc. The Lady Bulldogs lost to Pontotoc 3-2 on Tuesday. Pictured from left are: Emma Wilson,Hannah Anderson, Megan Dye, Darby Mills and Erin Michael Carter.

New Albany falls to Pontotoc in five sets

Photo by Dennis Clayton New Albany came out strong against Pontotoc early, but Pontotoc rallied from a 2-1 deficit and won the match 3-2 on Tuesday. The Lady Bulldogs ran off six straight points to begin the set, then later ran off four straight points to take the 10-1 lead. New Albany later ran off […]

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New Albany Homecoming Queen Hannah Anderson with the game ball after the Bulldogs defeated North Pontotoc 24-21 in OT.

Hannah Anderson 2013 Homecoming Queen

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Eathen Rainey kicks the game-winning FG from 36 yards to complete New Albany's comeback as they won 24-21 in overtime.

Bulldogs win in overtime over Vikings

It was a night of big plays as New Albany and North Pontotoc met in a non-division contest as the Bulldogs celebrated Homecoming. The celebration was made complete when Eathen Rainey’s 36 yard field goal split the uprights in overtime to lift New Albany to comeback win of 24-21. New Albany found themselves trailing North […]

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SPORTS CALENDAR Thursday September 26 Softball West Union at Hickory Flat – 5:00/6:00 V/JV Ingomar at Myrtle – 5:00 Friday September 27 Football North Pontotoc at New Albany (Homecoming) – 7:00 Saturday September 28 Cross Country Southern Tees Challenge @ BNA Bank Park & Sportsplex East Union, Ingomar, Myrtle, New Albany and West Union participating […]

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Hannah Anderson and Emma Wilson watch the flight of the ball during the match on Tuesday against Middleton. New Albany won 3-1. On Thursday New Albany played Belmont in a division match and were defeated 3-1. New Albany will play at Pontotoc on Tuesday, October 1, in their next match.

New Albany Volleyball has split results for week

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Urchins overcome elements to down Strayhorn

By Dennis Clayton East Union overcame the extremely wet field conditions and a slick football to take the win over Strayhorn and remain undefeated on the season. Coach Scott Duley said “It was a big win tonight, I told the boys that it was better to win ugly than to lose pretty. Our offense was […]

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Preview for North Pontotoc at New Albany football (Homecoming Game)

By Dennis Clayton Friday night the North Pontotoc Vikings will be visiting New Albany as the Homecoming guests. In years past, the teams were division opponents in 4A, but the Viking moved down to 3A with the most recent classification. The visitors from Ecru still feature multi-purpose athlete Marcus Green, a threat to score any […]

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East Union boys and Myrtle girls place second at Saltillo Invitation

By Dennis Clayton East Union boys and Myrtle girls ran well at the Saltillo Invitational cross country meet on Saturday as both finished second in the 1A-3A division. East Union had 10 runners that ran the course in under 21 minutes. The Urchins were led by Jordan Salmon (18:15.05) and Zach Rowan (18:57.16) who finished […]

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Rain doesn’t faze Warriors

By Blake Long Special to the Journal CORINTH – Coaches tend to run the football 99 percent of the time when playing in heavy rain and wet field conditions. The Corinth Warriors broke that mold on Friday night and used the air game on the way to a 24-16 victory over New Albany. “I just […]

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