Monthly Archives: August 2012

Indians looking to build off last season

By Daniel Brunty The Choctaw Plaindealer What many were expecting to be a rebuilding year for the Ackerman Indians last season happened to be one of the school’s better years. With a 2-3 record after the first five games of…

Panthers looking to take next step

By Daniel Brunty The Choctaw Plaindealer The French Camp Panthers had one of those seasons last year that was filled with its ups and downs. The season began on a good note, with the Panthers defeating a highly ranked Class…

Lions ready to kick off season

By Daniel Brunty The Choctaw Plaindealer Most teams in the offseason use their time to ready themselves for the upcoming season. For the Weir Lions this offseason, they were just more concerned with if they would even have a school,…

Eupora Eagles ready to fly high in 2012

By Ruthie Robison After a 2011 season plagued with injuries, the refreshed Eupora Eagles team eagerly await August 17. “We had the best spring workouts that I have ever been associated with.” Eagle head coach Junior Graham said. “A good…

Wolverines ready to take a bite out of Class 2A

By Ruthie Robison With fewer distractions this year, the East Webster Wolverines are gearing up to prove that they are a tough contender in Class 2A Region 2. “They were settled more this year than last year. They didn’t have…

West Oktibbeha Timberwolves ready to

By Ruthie Robison The West Oktibbeha Timberwolves have all the right ingredients for a successful 2012 season. All they have to do is start cooking. “I believe we have the potential to be very good this season.” Head coach Adam…

New-look Patriots ready for season

By Daniel Brunty The Winston County Journal As the Winston Academy Patriots prepare themselves for the upcoming season, they will also be adjusting to changes made during the offseason as well as beginning a new chapter in the program. Probably…