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Calhoun City Wildcats

WVHS tops Wildcats

Water Valley’s baseball team defeated Calhoun City 8-3 on Monday. Cooper Clement earned the win for the Blue Devils in their final postseason tuneup.  (more…) (April 23, 2013, Page 11)

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    Blue Devils face test from CCHS Wildcats

    Asked to talk about Calhoun City, Water Valley head football coach Brad Embry didn’t hide his respect for the Wildcats.

    “It’s Calhoun City,” he said. “If you ask somebody about small schools in Mississippi, some of the tradition-rich schools, Calhoun City’s name is definitely going to come up. They’re athletic, fast, well coached and every year they’re going to be right there when it comes to playoff time, playing for North Half or in Jackson.” (August 30, 2012, Page 8)

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      Wildcats crash Water Valley’s Homecoming

      WATER VALLEY — After throttling their opponents to the tune of 105-0 in their first two games of the season, the Water Valley Blue Devils were humbled Friday, losing to Calhoun City 16-14 at Bobby Clark field.

      Following the loss, Water Valley head coach Brad Embry said his team it needed to regroup quickly and not dwell on the loss. (September 5, 2011, Page 4B)

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        Wildcats hold on to win at Calhoun City

        BLOG: WATER VALLEY — For the second year in a row the Water Valley-Calhoun City showdown proved to be a memorable game.

        Despite both Chris Conard and K.J. Lee returning interceptions for touchdowns to open the first and third quarters, the Wildcats did just enough to claim a 16-14 victory. (more…) (September 3, 2011)

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          Blue Devils looking for redemption vs. Wildcats

          There are two games on Water Valley’s football schedule that could be circled and labeled as redemption games.

          This Friday’s game against Calhoun City is one of those.

          A year ago the Wildcats were able to connect on a long touchdown pass down the Water Valley sideline. It proved to be the difference in the 10-7 win for the Wildcats.

          Water Valley defensive coordinator Richard Russo said the Blue Devils have made sure to talk about last year’s showdown. (September 1, 2011, Page 6)

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