Bulldogs win first powerlifting meet
New Albany boys picked up their first ever win in powerlifting, taking first place in the Nettleton Powerlifting Meet last Saturday, Jan. 15.
Pictured with the trophy are (front l-r) Boston Newsome (165 Class)4th Place-880 Total, Josh Creekmore (165 Class) 1st Place-1045 Total, Jerrell Howell (132 Class) 1st place -845 Total, Reggie Webb (148 Class) 1st place-1060 Total, Kachius Clay (181 Class) 4th place-965 Total, (back l-r) Cade Simmons (275 Class)2nd Place-1255 Total, Collin Stubblefield (308 Class) 1st Place-1170 Total, Zach Hand (198 Class) 1st Place-1265 Total, Shawn Smith (220 Class) 1st Place-1390 Total, Luke Foley (242 Class) 2nd Place-1365 Total, Wade Simmons (308+Class)1st Place-1400 Total and Shane Smith (198 Class) 4th Place-1035 Total. Team results were: New Albany 65, Pontotoc 54, Nettleton 29, Tish. County 29.
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- Scenes from Myrtle’s Christmas parade
- City sets new Christmas parade date for next Tuesday
- Main Street Association sponsors Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Cooper Park
- County supervisors hire three employees, discuss potential logging problems
- MEC’s Mississippi Connection tour visiting here Wednesday