FULTON – After beginning the season with a disappointing 1-4 record, the IAHS Indian football squad has found themselves on quite a roll lately. They found themselves 2-0 inside division play after a 28-14 win at Shannon and faced what was supposed to be a much stiffer task in the form of the defending division […]
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Indians take control of division 1-4A : White, Miller score four touchdowns each in 56-21 rout of Corinth
After IAHS’s big 28-14 win at Shannon last week, they find themselves in a fight with the defending 1-4A champion Corinth Warriors for sole possession of the division lead tonight at Indian Stadium. Both the Warriors and the Indians are 2-0 inside division play and the winner of tonight’s contest will definitely gain […]
* San McLeod said her time under the tutelage of the Fulton high school’s teachers inspired her to become an educator. Retired Itawamba Agricultural High School English teacher San McLeod refers to the dozens of former students who huddled under her wing as her “chickens.” This, she promised, is a term of endearment. “I did […]
SHANNON – IAHS had its fair share of miscues in the opening quarter by not finishing three drives that stalled inside the Shannon 15-yard line, but the Indian defense forced two turnovers early in the second half that led to points and paved the way for a 28-14 key division win. On a wet and […]
* Since the 1970s, the singer has been known around the world for his ability to sing in the style of The King. It might seem a bit early, but Elvis fans would do well to go ahead and mark off March 6 on their calenders. They’ve got some plans for that night. That’s the […]
FULTON – As Itawamba AHS limped into its bye week after being drilled at Aberdeen on Sept. 19, there were a few issues that definitely needed to be addressed before the Indians entered into division play. Whatever head coach Toby Collums did during that bye week … well, it worked last Friday night against the […]
FULTON – The long ball helped the IAHS Lady Indians jump out to a 6-3 lead on the Houston Lady Hilltoppers, but it also led to their demise late in the game. IAHS fell behind 3-0 in the top of the first inning, but stormed back for six runs in the bottom of the second. […]
Life is full of ups and downs, highs and lows, mountain tops and valleys. Some people allow the low points to consume them and wallow in self-pity, but others use them as fuel to propel them to places they would otherwise only dream about. The latter is the path taken by Dorsey’s Parrish Huddleston. Like […]
FULTON – The IAHS Lady Indians have been teetering around a .500 record during the entire season. Amory put them on the wrong side of that percentage last Tuesday, handing the Lady Indians a 16-9 loss at Fulton City Park. Amory standout catcher Brittany Edgeworth led the Lady Panthers’ offensive assault with a pair of […]
By BRANDON SPECK Daily Journal ABERDEEN – Itawamba AHS got off to a slow start last season. But the pace picked up quicker then than it is now. Friday’s 57-29 loss at Aberdeen means the Indians are 1-4 heading to a bye week, an important week, as Division 1-4A play begins on Oct. 3 against […]
OLIVE BRANCH – The Itawamba AHS Indians hit the road to DeSoto county last Friday night in search of their second win of the season, and also in hopes of shaking the turnover bug, as they took on the Center Hill Mustangs. It would not happen on this night, however, as the Indians […]
FULTON – Anyone who is familiar with sports knows that streaks are a big part of them, and getting hot at the right moment is key. The IAHS Lady Indians appear to be approaching a boil, as they knocked off the Tupelo Lady Wave, 14-6, in Fulton on Sept. 9. “We’re starting to get […]
By SAM FARRIS Special to The Times SMITHVILLE – While most people were enjoying the experience of college football Saturday, the Lady Indians were tending to business in the Smithville Slowpitch Invitational trying to continue their streak of good play that had seen the team win three of their last four games. The Lady Indians […]
FULTON – The Robert Louis Stevenson novel “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” could accurately describe the Itawamba AHS Indians’ season so far, especially on the offensive side of the football. In week one, the Indians turned the ball over five times and were plagued by penalty flags in a 34-21 loss to Ripley. In week […]
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