Oxford and Lafayette split a pair of games Thursday night at the Lafayette High School gym in seventh-grade basketball action. (November 8, 2013, Page 6A)
It’s win or go home now for the Lafayette Commodores, who travel to play Itawamba AHS in the first round of the MHSAA Class 4A playoffs Friday night. (November 7, 2013, Page 10)
Oxford’s biggest point total of the 2013 season wasn’t just a product of quarterback Jack Abraham’s arm, the running of Kenzie Phillips or the deep receiving corps. (November 5, 2013, Page 6)
Lafayette was going to run the ball until Byhalia proved it could stop it. Turns out the proof was in the Commodores’ ground game. (November 4, 2013, Page 1B)
BLOG — Lafayette was going to run the ball until Byhalia proved it could stop it. That proof never came. (more…) (November 2, 2013)
The regular season is drawing to a close for the area’s three high school football teams. Oxford, Lafayette and Water Valley are all headed to the MHSAA state playoffs, and each is looking to keep its momentum going this week with the postseason looming. (November 1, 2013, Page 7A)
Lafayette’s goal of reaching the MHSAA Class 4A playoffs has been accomplished. Now, with the final game of the regular season Friday night at home, the goal is to secure the best playoff seed possible and earn a third straight win. (October 31, 2013, Page 10)
SENATOBIA — Lafayette had all the momentum.
The Lady Commodores cruised to a 10-point victory in the third set of the MHSAA Class I North Half volleyball championship to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five match against Senatobia, needing to capture just one more game to advance to Saturday’s state title match. (October 30, 2013, Page 8)
Lafayette linebacker Quin Jones may just be a sophomore, but he has a knack for making tackles like a senior does. LHS coach Eric Robertson saw Jones make 16 stops this past Friday night in the Commodores’ 30-7 win over Senatobia on the road. (October 29, 2013, Page 6)
SENATOBIA — Through two and half quarters against Senatobia, Lafayette couldn’t stay out of its way, committing 11 penalties. In the final quarter and half, the Commodores only had one.
It’s no surprise Lafayette’s fortunes changed in the second half. (October 28, 2013, Page 3B)