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Six run sixth sinks Eagles in division play

ENTERPRISE – West Union took the early lead after an inning of play and continued to cling to a narrow lead until the fateful sixth inning as Pine Grove rallied for six runs to take the lead and gain control of the game. The Panthers scored eight runs over the final two innings and won […]

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McCullough hired as Lady Eagles basketball coach

The West Union Lady Eagles will have a new face calling the shots on the court next season. The Union County School Board approved the hire of Jenny McCullough on April 4 to replace three-year Lady Eagles head coach Matt Thompson. “She was somebody that we had heard a lot about and just knew about […]

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East Union, Myrtle take first in Tri-County Meet

East Union, Myrtle take first in Tri-County Meet East Union boys and Myrtle girls took wins in the first-ever Tri-County track meet at Byhalia on Saturday. East Union took first place in seven events with Jordon Salmon leading the Urchins with his first place finishes in the 800 and 1600 meter runs. Salmon had winning […]

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Lady Urchins take win in 2A softball matchup with Ingomar

ELLISTOWN – East Union and Ingomar met in 2A softball for the first time on Thursday and the Lady Urchins came away with the 9-1 win. This marks Ingomar’s initial season in 2A fastpitch while East Union has been in the division for several years. The Lady Urchins cranked up their batting in the middle […]

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Leadoff homer sparks New Albany comeback

NEW ALBANY – New Albany found themselves down 3-0 and needing a spark in the bottom of the third inning of their division game with Ripley. Alexis Mayo’s leadoff home run to center provided the spark as the Lady Bulldogs went on to score four runs and take the eventual win 10-6. “Mayo led it […]

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Wilkinson pitches complete game; Urchins roll Baldwyn

ELLISTOWN – The bats did most of the work. East Union served up 12 hits during Tuesday’s 1-2A division contest with Baldwyn, ending the game in six innings with a 12-2 score. Still, defensive play proved the key for the Urchins (8-2), East Union coach Chris Basil said. “Defensively we were good tonight,” Basil said, […]

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Lady Falcons fall to Smithville in five innings

INGOMAR – Ingomar faced a formidable opponent on Tuesday as the Lady Falcons hosted perennial playoff power Smithville and the Lady Seminoles took a 12-1 win in five innings. Smithville appears to be in mid-season form while the Lady Falcons are still attempting to get their softball legs under them with their late start due […]

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Seventh inning shot lifts West Union over East Union

ENTERPRISE – West Union earned both the first and the last runs of the night on Thursday, as Riley Bogue’s walk-off two-RBI double lifted the Eagles to a 4-3 win over East Union. Bogue’s hit arrived after a lead-off double from Cole Phillips and a single into left field from Caleb Jennings that earned an […]

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Strong bats lift Lady Hawks over Ingomar

INGOMAR – Myrtle’s 16 hits did a lot of damage on Monday as the Lady Hawks took a 15-5 win over Ingomar in non-division play. For Myrtle head coach Marty Cook, that offensive output and strong defensive play is the result of a grueling opening schedule that has the Hawks carrying a 2-6 record. “We […]

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Hawks hold off Nettleton rally for 6-4 win

ENTERPRISE – Thursday brought a win for Myrtle, as the Hawks defense eliminated a comeback attempt from the Nettleton Tigers for a 6-4 win at the West Union Spring Break Tournament. Jacob Kent earned the win on the mound for Myrtle, throwing for five innings. Kent struck out five and allowed three hits before Lane […]

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