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No. 5 Rangers claim share of North Division title

A 31-point outburst that stretched from the midway point of the second half to the midway point of the fourth quarter propelled the No. 5 Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers to a 38-13 win over Holmes Thursday night.

The win kept the Rangers undefeated on the season (8-0) but it also earned them at least a share of the MACJC North Division title. NWCC, which is 5-0 in the North Division, will finish up the season at home Thursday against Itwabama and a win over the Indians would give them the title outright. (October 22, 2010, Page 7A)

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    Rodriguez leads Lafayette at Corinth Invitational

    Paced by an outstanding individual effort from Esmeralda Rodriquez, the Lafayette cross country teams fared well in the Corinth Cross Country Invitational.

    Rodriguez led the Lady Commodores to a third-place finish. Twenty five teams from all classifications in the state competed in the meet. Saltillo took first in the meet, while Pontotoc was second. (October 21, 2010, Page 9)

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      Rangers face Holmes with chance to secure postseason spot

      A win tonight over Holmes would secure a playoff spot and at least a share of the MACJC North Division title for the No. 5 Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers.

      Kickoff in Goodman against the Bulldogs is set for 7 and the game can be heard locally on 93.7 FM. (October 21, 2010, Page 9)

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        7th-, 8th-grade Devils skin Cougars

        The Blue Devils’ football program had a successful evening on the gridiron Tuesday to conclude the 2010 season, as the seventh-grade team defeated South Pontotoc 32-0 and the eighth-grade Blue Devils also defeated the Cougars 28-6.

        The junior varsity wasn’t as lucky, however, falling to Bruce 14-8. (October 20, 2010, Page 8)

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          OMS teams fall to Senatobia

          Both Oxford’s middle school football teams ended their respective seasons with losses to Senatobia Tuesday night. The seventh-grade Chargers lost 16-14, while the eighth-graders fell 14-8 in the nightcap.

          Oxford’s seventh-grade defeated Senatobia 26-6 in the first meeting between the two schools, but was unable to pull out the win on the road after a game-tying two-point play fell incomplete. (October 20, 2010, Page 8)

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            Roth, Koestler score three TDs to lead OPC squads to Ws

            Hays Roth and Downing Koestler each scored three touchdowns to lead their respective 6-7 year-old Oxford Park Commission youth flage football teams to wins Tuesday night at FNC Park. Roth’s Giants beat the Packers 35-14, while Koestler’s Chiefs beat the Vikings 32-14.

            In the two other 6-7 league games, the Steelers beat the Cowboys 54-13, while the Bears beat the Jaguars. In the 8-9 league, the Steelers topped the Packers 28-6, the Bears beat the Giants 20-10, the Chiefs beat the Raiders 20-14, while the Ravens topped the Saints 25-19. In two 10-12 games, the Giants blanked the Jets 7-0, while Bears defeated Chiefs 27-2. (October 20, 2010, Page 9)

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              Isom named All-State

              Lafayette senior standout Shaq Isom has been named to the 2010 All-State Volleyball Tournament Team for Class 1. (more…) (October 20, 2010, Page 10)

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                Warren named to All-SEC first team

                Ole Miss was predicted to finish second in the SEC West, while senior point guard Chris Warren was tabbed to the preseason All-SEC first team in voting by a select panel of both SEC and national media members, it was announced Monday.

                Each SEC school selected media members that cover their team and additional writers from across the nation were selected by the conference office to form the voting panel.

                The Rebels were picked second in the West behind Mississippi State. The in-state rivals shared the division crown last season. (October 19, 2010, Page 8)

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                  Kendricks proud of OHS’ showing at Invitational

                  Saturday’s Corinth Invitational proved to be  more than successful for the Oxford High cross country team as not only did the junior varsity boys place first and the girls place third out of seven teams, but the varsity boys came in fourth while the girls came in sixth out of 19 teams. (October 19, 2010, Page 8)

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                    Lady Chargers claim North Half title

                    The Oxford High swim team didn’t fool around this past weekend at the North Half Swim Meet hosted by Clinton High, as the Lady Chargers placed first with 328 points and the Chargers placed fourth with 202 points.

                    Rounding out the top four spots in the girls rankings were Madison Central (255), Tupelo (254) and St. Joseph Catholic (222). On the boys’ side, Tupelo placed first with 446 points, followed by Madison Central (299.5) and St. Joseph Catholic (208). (October 19, 2010, Page 9)

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