Sports / Outdoors – 2/12/2002

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, February 12, 2002

The Panolian ARCHIVES: SPORTS – FEB. 12, 2002

  February 12, 2002

District Champs: ND Jr. High Lady Green Wave
BY MYRA BEAN
Sports Staff Writer

COLUMBUS – The North Delta Jr. High Lady Green Wave went undefeated throughout the season and the tournament to bring home the district trophy. The Lady Green Wave defeated Heritage in the last regular season game, 37-14, Thursday, February 7, to maintain a 6-0 district record.

See the February 12, 2002 edition of The Panolian for the complete story.


Lady Cougars lose last 2 games
SARDIS – The North Panola Lady Cougars ended the regular season with back-to-back losses to the Oxford Lady Chargers and the Olive Branch Lady Conquistadors.

The Lady Cougars (14-16 overall, 7-5 district) fell to Oxford 65-53, Thursday, February 7, and fell 64-58 to Olive Branch, Saturday, February 9.

See the February 12, 2002 edition of The Panolian for the complete story.


North Panola Cougar Christian Johnson was honored senior night. Johnson was also recognized on the
Hot Shots Achievement Board for making
a 31 on his ACT.
 
NWCC signs 20 recruits

Twenty Mississippi high school athletes signed to play football at Northwest Mississippi Community College next season on National Signing Day Feb. 6.  The Rangers are coming off a 7-3 campaign in which they qualified for the MACJC state playoffs.

 Signing from Panola County by name, position, height, weight, and high school include:
Andre Brown, DL, 6-3, 285, South Panola
Chad Brown, LB, 6-1, 205, South Panola
Broderick Pounders, LB, 5-10, 190, South Panola
Charles Prince, RB, 5-9, 175, South Panola

See the February 12, 2002 edition of The Panolian for the complete story.


Lady Green Wave overpowers Heritage in overtime
BY MYRA BEAN
Sports Staff Writer

COLUMBUS – The North Delta Lady Green Wave (19-10 overall, 6-0 district) finished off the regular season with a district overtime win over Heritage, 56-52.

The game was tied at 49 at the end of regulation. Ashley Guthrie stepped up and scored five points in overtime, including three free throws, to give the Green Wave the edge. Heritage hit three free throws in overtime.

See the February 12, 2002 edition of The Panolian for the complete story.