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Indians take advantage of second half miscues , down Shannon 28-14

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 […]

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McQuarley bludgeons Northeast defense as ICC defeats rival Tigers , 38-19

By Scotty Nichols Sports Writer FULTON – The Northeast Tigers may still be having nightmares about a No. 14 red and white jersey running through, around and over them. ICC running back and Meridian native Richard McQuarley had a phenomenal game to shoulder the Indian offense and help defeat their MACJC North rival Tigers 38-19 […]

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Indians pound Panthers 55-28 in 1-4A opener behind Miller’s 7 touchdowns

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 […]

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ICC takes care of turnover-prone Coahoma, 47-14

BY ADAM GORE LetsGoICC.com CLARKSDALE, MS – Itawamba Community College turned five Coahoma Community College turnovers into 31 points and cruised to a 47-14 victory over the Tigers to keep their playoff hopes alive, on Saturday. “We played a total game,” said ICC head coach Sean Cannon. “Anytime you can turn turnovers into points it’s […]

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ICC falls victim to EMCC’s path of destruction, 51-0

FULTON – The ICC Indians haven’t exactly gotten off to an ideal start this season Sporting a 1-3 record, week five of the season was the most ruthless for Sean Cannon’s squad so far. The No. 1 nationally ranked East Mississippi Community College Lions came into Fulton last Thursday night and possessed an impressive resume, […]

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Big Aberdeen second half leads to demise of Indians

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 […]

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ICC hands Northwest first win of the season, 45-31

By ADAM GORE LetsGoICC.com SENATOBIA – ICC looked to build off last week’s win over Holmes Community College when they traveled to Senatobia to take on Northwest Mississippi Community College on Saturday. Instead, the Indians (1-3, 1-1 MACJC North) saw five turnovers help hand the Rangers (1-3, 1-1 MACJC North) their first win of the […]

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Turnover-plagued Indians’ comeback effort falls just short

    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 […]

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Defense leads ICC past Holmes, 19-3

  FULTON – After dropping the first two contests of the season to No. 3 Copiah-Lincoln and No. 9 Jones County on the road, the ICC Indians finally put a tally mark under the “W” column last Thursday night with a 19-3 victory over Holmes. The Indians fell behind 3-0 early after a 42-yard field […]

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Tigers capitalize on miscues, down Indians 22-7

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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ICC falls to No. 9 Jones County, 35-14

By ADAM GORE LetsGoICC.com ELLISVILLE, MS – Freshman Richard McQuarley combined for nearly 200 yards of total offense in the Indians’ 35-14 road-loss to the No. 9 Jones County Junior College Bobcats on Saturday. McQuarley (Meridian) rushed for 162 yards on 24 carries and caught six passes for 36 yards. The Indians (0-2, 0-0 MACJC […]

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Indians regroup, defeat New Albany 35-0

  BY DONICA PHIFER AND SCOTTY NICHOLS NEW ALBANY GAZETTE and ITAWAMBA TIMES NEW ALBANY – The Itawamba AHS Indians not only got a win last Friday night, they pitched a shutout. Itawamba put together a 35-0 rout of the New Albany Bulldogs on Friday, stringing together a game where the offense was virtually unstoppable […]

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‘If he hollers let him go’: Indians let Tigers slip away at home

FULTON – Sloppiness is to be expected in the first week of high school football action, but constant miscues proved costly, and ultimately fatal, to IAHS’s hopes for a week one victory over the Ripley Tigers. IAHS, the Daily Journal’s fourth-ranked 3A/4A school, traded blows with top-ranked Ripley for three quarters and nine minutes, but […]

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Brian Dozier a crowd favorite at MLB Home Run Derby

MINNEAPOLIS – Yoenis Cespedes may have won his second-straight MLB Home Run Derby on Monday night, but it was Fulton native Brian Dozier who was the crowd favorite. Dozier, the former Itawamba AHS and Southern Miss star turned Twins starting second baseman, narrowly missed making the American League All-Star Team, but was chosen by captain […]

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