Sports / Outdoors – 7/21/2006

Published 12:00 am Friday, July 21, 2006

The Panolian: SPORTS – July 21, 2006

  From the 7/18/06 issue of The Panolian  

The South Panola High School baseball program will host a Fall Instructional League every Tuesday in September 2006 from 2 to 5 p.m. Children ages 10 to 13 can participate. The cost is $40 and includes a t-shirt. T-shirt sizes will be taken the first day of the session.
     The dates of the sessions will be September 5, 12, 19 and 26.
     Sessions will stress baseball fundamentals such as fielding, throwing, hitting, pitching and catching as well as squad games.
     For an application or more information, contact head baseball coach Patrick Robey at (662) 934-2104. Registration deadline is September 1.
SP season tickets go on sale (revised)
Season tickets for the 2006 football season will go on sale July 24 – August 4, for people who previously held season tickets from last year.

Tickets may be purchased for $45 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday thru Friday in the high school office. Remaining season tickets will go on sale to the public on August 7.

For more information, call 563-4756.

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South Panola will open the season on Friday, August 25, in Clarksdale. The Tigers will play a preseason scrimmage in Jackson at Hughes Field, where Provine plays.

Participating in the scrimmage with South Panola and Provine will be Brandon High School.

Three local players attend Manning Passing Academy
     Attending the Manning Passing Academy recently from North Delta were (l to r) Bateman Greenlee,
Thomas Womble
and Chance Crites.
Three North Delta players attended the Manning Passing Academy recently. The Academy was held at Nicholls State in Thibodaux, La.

It was started by ex-Saints quarterback Archie Manning 11 years ago.

Archie, Petyon, Cooper and Eli Manning, along with a host of coaches and college players, helped high school players work on passing, running and receiving skills. The camp lasted four days with early morning workouts to running plays until dark.

Archie Manning started the camp because he felt basic skills were not being taught and wanted to help high school boys with techniques.



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