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Oxford LB Adams earns POW honor

Oxford’s success on defense this season can be attributed to the play of many standout players. Against Lake Cormorant last Friday specifically, senior Jarquis Adams recorded nine tackles, three tackles for a loss and one sack in the Chargers’ 26-0 win. It was the second time this year the ninth-ranked Chargers have earned a shutout and absolutely stoned an opponent from a yardage standpoint. (Lake Cormorant had negative 11 yards at the half). Adams’ play earned him this week’s Player of the Week honors, his first this season. (October 9, 2012, Page 6)

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    Lafayette blasts Lions on Homecoming

    Lafayette’s Homecoming court wasn’t the only thing that shined Friday evening.

    Led by an unrelenting defensive effort, the Lafayette Commodores treated the capacity crowd at William L. Buford Stadium to a lopsided 35-6 victory against the Tunica-Rosa Fort Lions. (more…) (October 8, 2012, Page 3B)

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      ‘Dores set to host speedy Rosa Fort

      There will be plenty of speed on the field Friday at William L. Buford Stadium.

      In addition to Lafayette’s typical all-around speed, Region 2-4A foe Tunica-Rosa Fort will bring a wealth of athleticism as well. (October 4, 2012, Page 8)

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        LMS takes two from Senatobia

        The Lafayette Middle School football program had a successful evening Tuesday, sweeping the visiting Senatobia Warriors. The seventh-grade (2-3 overall, 1-0 Tri-Lakes Conference) claimed a 16-0 shutout victory, while the eighth-grade (3-2, 1-0) knocked off the Warriors 36-20. (more…) (October 3, 2012, Page 6)

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          Return of the Mack: LHS QB earns another POW honor

          It’s beginning to become a bit of a broken record, but Lafayette is positively OK with that.

          During Friday’s 28-13 win at Lewisburg, LHS quarterback Brandon Mack did what has become expected of the super senior, rushing for 126 yards, passing for 115 and accounting for three touchdowns, all the while playing full-time on defense and special teams. (October 2, 2012, Page 7)

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            ‘Dores win two games on gridiron

            The Lafayette ninth-grade football team posted a 34-20 win over Senatobia on Tuesday night, while the junior varsity Commodores topped Charleston 14-7. (more…) (September 26, 2012, Page 7)

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              Bailey tackles Jaguars to earn POW honor

              The Blue Devils took care of business Friday, routing the visiting J.Z. George Jaguars 61-6.

              Leading Water Valley’s defensive unit was senior Q. Bailey, who racked up 15 tackles in the first half before being pulled for reserves.

              Bailey’s 15 tackles in just two quarters was a rare feat that veteran defensive coordinator Richard Russo has never seen. (September 25, 2012, Page 7)

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                Commodores hollow out Pontotoc

                PONTOTOC — The Lafayette football team aced its first true road test of the season with flying colors last Friday night.

                In its first game outside of Lafayette County, LHS used dominant showings on both sides of the ball to defeat Pontotoc 41-6 at “The Hollow.” (more…) (September 24, 2012, Page 4B)

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                  OHS, LHS hit the road; WV hosts Jags

                  he three area football teams head into tonight’s various matchups with different mindsets.

                  Lafayette will look to extend its winning streak to three games at Pontotoc tonight, while Water Valley hopes to rebound from a rare loss last week when it hosts J.Z. George.

                  Oxford enters tonight’s Region 1-5A opener at Center Hill coming off of a bye week. (more…) (September 21, 2012, Page 7A)

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                    ‘Dores coping with loss of a friend, teammate

                    This has been a difficult week for the Lafayette County community, not because of something football related, but because of the death of LHS student John Mills.

                    Mills was a member of the LHS powerlifting team and while he quit playing football following his sophomore season, he was still a constant presence around the program. (September 20, 2012, Page 8)

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