Area Sports

Chargers face 4A power Louisville

By CHUCK HATHCOCK Sports Editor No one can accuse the Grenada Chargers of backing down from any opponent, not even for homecoming. Tonight, GHS will host Class 4A power Louisville, and yes it is homecoming. “That’s the way the schedule fell for us,” Coach Ashley Kuhn said when explaining his decision to make the Wildcats…

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Sports Complex — How do You feel?

On Tuesday, Oct. 2, Grenada City voters will vote on authorizing the purchase of millions of dollars worth of bonds to construct a sports complex. This is not an easy decision. It will obligate taxpayers for the next 30 years, including our children and grandchildren. We invite your opinion. Please write: Letters to the Editor,…

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Economic Impact Sports Study

Economic Impact Sports Complex Feasibility Study for Grenada County, MS August 31, 2018 Prepared by The University of Southern Mississippi Click Link below EI Study – Grenada Sports Complex

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Sports Complex Feasibility Study

Sports Complex Feasibility Study for Grenada County, MS August 31, 2018 Prepared by The University of Southern Mississippi Click Link below Sports Complex Feasibility Study

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Second quarter TD propels Marshall past Kirk

By CHUCK HATHCOCK Sports Editor With less than a minute left in the first half against Marshall Academy, the Kirk Raiders found themselves trailing 14-6. Ken Chandler’s team had put together a drive that was eventually stopped on downs deep in Marshall territory. Then, the Kirk defense forced a turnover giving the offense the ball…

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Chargers bounce back with easy win

By CHUCK HATHCOCK Sports Editor After a rough home loss to Oxford last week, the Grenada Chargers took to the road Friday to face the struggling Kosciusko Whippets. The Chargers broke open a close game in the second period and cruised to a 45-13 road win. With the victory, Grenada improves to 2-2 on the…

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Chargers take whipping from Oxford

By CHUCK HATHCOCK Sports Editor Oxford turned four Grenada turnovers into 31 points and cruised to a 39-0 win Friday night at Charger Stadium. With the loss, Grenada drops to 1-2 on the season. Oxford is now 1-1. “We got our tails whipped in every phase of the game,” GHS Coach Ashley Kuhn said. You…

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Raiders drop decision to Carroll

By CHUCK HATHCOCK Sports Editor One of the biggest concerns for Kirk Coach Ken Chandler was the ability of Carroll Academy to be a bruising, physical team that cane come right at you. His fears were realized as Carroll scored 27 unanswered points and cruise to a 33-7 win Friday at Carrollton. The Rebels finished…

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Raiders, Rebels renew rivalry

By CHUCK HATHCOCK Sports Editor Carroll Academy and Kirk Academy have been playing each other in football for years. Each time, the games have been competitive and, for the most part, been a fight to the end. Tonight, the two teams get together again at Rebel Stadium. Both coaches expect the game to be down…

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Chargers cruise, eat up Wolves

By CHUCK HATHCOCK Sports Editor It became apparent early in Friday’s Grenada-Cleveland Central contest that the Chargers wouldn’t have much problem. They scored 21 first quarter points and cruised to a 40-8 win over the Wolves. The win helps GHS even their mark at 1-1. “After we lost a starter in warmup and our best…

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