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New Albany soccer split wins with Saltillo

New Albany opened their season on the road on Saturday at Saltillo and earned a split in matches as the Bulldogs took a 6-2 win while the Lady Bulldogs lost 3-1. The Bulldogs took a 4-1 advantage at the half to propel them to the win. Payton Snyder recorded two goals to lead New Albany […]

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Cavender signs softball scholarship with Lady Toppers

Kaitlyn Cavender signed with Blue Mountain softball on Tuesday and the longtime starter for New Albany hopes to make a contribution to the team while also furthering her education in her next step at the four year college. “The education side of the program really sparked my attention because I really didn’t know if they […]

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First Responders Appreciation Services

POLICE EMS SHERIFF FIRE FIRST RESPONDERS WE APPRECIATE YOU! You are invited to join the churches of Union County at 2:00 p.m. on September 11 at any fire station for prayer. You are invited to come to either the New Albany Police Station, Union County Sheriff’s Department or the Mississippi Highway Patrol Department at 3:00 […]

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Bleacher blessing

Bethlehem camp stresses faith and fundamentals The 11th annual Bethlehem Methodist youth baseball and softball camp brought over 80 campers together for the three day event from July 28 -30. All campers were able to attend free of charge and were able to be given instruction by several area high school and college coaches. “We’ve […]

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Shaelee Manning and Daniel Wiseman competed at the state swim meet in Tupelo. Photo submitted.

Local swimmers compete in long course state meet

Daniel Wiseman and Shaelee Manning of the Tallahatchie Tidal Waves competed in the Mississippi Swimming Long Course State Championship in Tupelo last weekend from July 21-24. Wiseman competed in the finals for the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke. He also competed in the 50 and 100 meter freestyle and was able to compete against Blaise […]

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Why should athletes play multiple sports?

This is the time of year that many high school athletes and their families take a hard look at the pros and cons of whether it is best to play multiple sports or if one should specialize by concentrating on one sport. For your information, I am a solid advocate for playing multiple sports and […]

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Why should athletes play multiple sports?

This is the time of year that many high school athletes and their families take a hard look at the pros and cons of whether it is best to play multiple sports or if one should specialize by concentrating on one sport. For your information, I am a solid advocate for playing multiple sports and […]

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Bulldogs finish second at Saltillo 7v7 soccer tournament

SALTILLO – New Albany boys finished second in the Saltillo 7v7 soccer tournament on Saturday, falling to Amory 5-0 in the championship match. The Bulldogs went 1-1-2 for the tournament. New Albany opened up the tournament by battling to a 1-1 draw with South Pontotoc as Joseph Rainey scored the lone goal for the Bulldogs. […]

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Summer Soccer

Bulldogs enjoy successful day at ICC tournament FULTON – New Albany enjoyed a successful day of competition in the ICC 7V7 soccer tournament on Wednesday as the Bulldogs finished the day with a 3-0-2 record and placed second in their pool. New Albany also won the consolation game between second place finishers in the respective […]

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Area athletes advance to state finals in track

Several local track athletes punched their tickets for the MHSAA State Track and Field Championships to be held in Pearl on May 6 and 7. Myrtle, East Union and Ingomar ran at Winona in their 1A and 2A competition that covered two days due to inclement weather. Myrtle competed in the 1A North and individual […]

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