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Oxford High School

Oxford’s Martin getting head start on AD job

Mike Martin hasn’t wasted any time getting back to his roots. When Oxford High football coach and athletic director Johnny Hill announced earlier this year his decision to retire following the upcoming season, the school also announced Martin, who serves as principal at OHS, would split athletic director duties with Hill beginning July 1 before taking over the position full-time once Hill’s retirement becomes official after the fall semester. But Martin isn’t waiting for the official title. (May 5, 2015, Page 7)

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    Ormon brings experience to Lady Chargers

    While looking for the next Oxford High girls basketball coach, incoming athletic director Mike Martin walked to the gym from time to time to meet with members of the team, keeping them updated on the search. Martin’s main message? Be patient. He believes the next leader of the Lady Chargers was worth the wait. (May 4, 2015, Page 7)

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      OHS boys cruise to 5A North Half track title

      The Oxford High boys track team continued its dominant string of victories Saturday. The Chargers won the MHSAA Class 5A North Half meet with 170 points, besting runner-up Pearl by 73.5 points and Canton, which placed third, by 74 points. Oxford has also won the Division 2-5A and Region 1-5A championship the last two weeks and will look to win its second straight state title Friday in Pearl (May 3, 2015, Page 1B, 3B)

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        OHS sweeps Mustangs, advances in 5A playoffs

        OLIVE BRANCH — Though he’s just a teenager, Grae Kessinger has already made a lot of memories on the baseball field. He might’ve topped them all Thursday night. Oxford’s junior shortstop returned to the place he called home for the first couple of years of his high school career and finished a triple shy of the cycle to help the Chargers finish off a sweep of Center Hill and advance to the quarterfinals of the MHSAA Class 5A playoffs with a 7-1 win at the CHHS baseball field. (May 1, 2015, Page 1B)

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          Oxford High School presents Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’

          Oxford High School will be taking a trip to 16th century England as students and teachers come together to perform an abridged version of Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet.’ The play will begin at 7:30 tonight in the middle school’s Kayla Mize auditorium. (April 30, 2015, Page 1)

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            OHS tennis routs Germantown, Ridgeland for 5A North title

            For the eighth time in as many years the Oxford High tennis team will be competing for a state championship. The Chargers ran through Germantown and Ridgeland Wednesday afternnon to claim the 5A North title and give themselves a chance to win their sixth straight Class 5A state title. (April 30, 2015, Page 7)

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              Timely plays, hit help Oxford nip Center Hill

              Oxford got one of its stiffest tests of the season Tuesday night. The Chargers did just enough to pass. Oxford’s offense broke through late after squandering some early chances to back another clean outing from Jason Barber, and the Chargers escaped in their MHSAA Class 5A playoff opener with a 2-0 win over Center Hill at Edwin Moak Field. (April 29, 2015, Page 1B)

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                Oxford’s Vaughn set to play at Meridian

                Alex Vaughn in is the midst of trying to help the Oxford High tennis team win its eighth straight state championship. Once he is finished with that, he will turn to the next stage of his playing career, which will take place in Meridian. The senior signed with Meridian Community College Tuesday morning in the Oxford High library. (April 29, 2015, Page 1B)

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                  OSD to attempt mediation with Yates

                  The Oxford School District Board of Trustees voted to approve asking the board’s attorney to look into mediation with Yates Construction over their failure to complete the new OHS in a timely manner and breech of contract for failing to submit necessary paperwork so the new high school can receive its LEED certification. (April 28, 2015, Page 3A)

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                    Oxford shifts focus from record to ‘ultimate goal’

                    Oxford’s baseball team won all 27 of its regular-season games. But the Chargers want that number to grow to 35 before it’s all said and done. Sure, last week’s throttling of West Point in the regular-season finale was a big deal. It marked the first time in school history the Chargers (27-0) were able to run the table before the postseason started. (April 27, 2015, Page 7)

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