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With the MHSAA’s announcement that spring sports seasons have not been officially canceled and a decision on the suspension of competition would come closer to the return to school date of April 20, high school coaches are still holding out hope that spring sports seasons can still be played…

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BOONEVILLE – The Nettleton Tigers rebounded from giving up the lead in the fifth inning to rally in the sixth to push past West Union, 8-5, on Wednesday night in the Northeast Spring Break Tournament.

When all the news started about professional and college sports suspending due to the coronavirus on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, we saw a variety of reactions but from most of us, it was a feeling of sadness.

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BOONEVILLE – The Hamilton Lions came through in the final inning against Center Hill last Tuesday, capping off their two games in the Northeast Spring Break Tournament with a 6-5 win over the Mustangs.

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The Smithville Seminoles split their two games last Monday night at the Bruce Tournament, first grabbing a 6-3 win over Vardaman before falling 17-3 to host Bruce.

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HAMILTON – Hamilton’s Brady Davis was on fire last Tuesday night. The senior ace struck out 12 in a no-hitter and had a great night at the plate as the Lions put the shutout and cruised to a 10-0 victory over the Lamar County Bulldogs.

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HATLEY – Hamilton made it interesting on Saturday afternoon, but Hatley’s four-run lead going into the last inning proved to be enough as the Tigers held on for the 6-5 win over their county rival.

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AMORY – The Amory Panthers opened up the Class 3A playoffs with a bang last Tuesday night, pulling away in the second half of their 85-66 win in the first round against Humphreys County.

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ABERDEEN – There’s not as much talk right now about a 25-year Aberdeen High School class reunion, but one its class members, Gene Chailland, hopes he can drum up a mini-reunion for his OWO Championship match against Tony Dabbs Feb. 29 at the Aberdeen Park and Recreation Building.

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HAMILTON – Tori Harrison tried to light a spark last Monday night. Her late first quarter scoring run wasn’t enough as the Ingomar Lady Falcons creamed the Hamilton Lady Lions 53-26 in the first round of the Class 1A playoffs.

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The Aberdeen Bulldogs saw their season come to an end last Tuesday night in the first round of the Class 3A playoffs, 101-46, to Holly Springs.

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ABERDEEN – Whether it’s old school, new school or hardcore wrestling, fans and first-comers to the sport will get a variety Feb. 29 for an Outlaw Wrestling Organization show at the Aberdeen Park and Recreation Building, at the intersection of Commerce and Matubba streets.

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BOONEVILLE – The Nettleton Tigers rebounded from a tough Thursday night in the semifinals of the Division 1-3A tournament and pulled away late in a 57-39 win over Belmont in the boys’ consolation game on Friday night to grab third place in the division.

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HATLEY – The Smithville Seminoles started out hot, cooled off in the second quarter but held it together in the second half to come away with their second-straight win, 64-49, over their rival Hatley to sweep the season series between the two teams.

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NETTLETON – The Aberdeen Bulldogs made things interesting last Tuesday night, cutting a 15 point deficit in the fourth quarter down to four, but the Nettleton Tigers held on for the 69-62 victory. .