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IAHS completes season sweep of rival Tishomingo County

By SCOTTY NICHOLS Sports Editor FULTON – The IAHS boys’ basketball team has played a tough slate and hasn’t exactly been rewarded in the win/loss column, but the team is making strides and improving from game to game. The Indians are in an extremely talented basketball division, which includes Corinth, Shannon and Pontotoc, and managed […]

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Mallory’s last-second shot lifts Lady Indians over Pontotoc

By SCOTTY NICHOLS Sports Editor FULTON – The last time IAHS hosted division rival Pontotoc, on February 3, 2015, the Lady Indians were in prime position to knock off a Lady Warrior squad that has given them fits in division play for years. As most Lady Indian fans remember, IAHS held a 42-41 lead with […]

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IAHS splits at Mooreville, picks up division wins at Tishomingo County

By SCOTTY NICHOLS Sports Editor MOOREVILLE – The IAHS basketball squads hit the road last week for a pair of contests, one in neighboring Lee county against Mooreville and one in Iuka for an always-important division 1-4A matchup with rival Tishomingo County. On Tuesday, the Indians and Lady Indians traveled to Mooreville and weren’t exactly […]

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IAHS boys go 1-2 in final week of 2015

By SCOTTY NICHOLS Sports Writer GLEN – IAHS opened up the 2015 Peggy Bain Memorial Christmas Classic in Alcorn Central with a nice win over the Myrtle Hawks, but then fell victim to the host Golden Bears on the second day of the tournament. IAHS 49, Myrtle 47 (12/28) The Indians got off to a […]

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Dunn’s 31 helps crush Corinth

By SCOTTY NICHOLS Sports Writer CORINTH – It seemed possible that IAHS coach Devin Hill could have sent senior guard Constance Dunn to Alcorn County last Tuesday night to take on the Corinth Lady Warriors to kick off division 1-4A play. Obviously, that wouldn’t have been a great idea; the Lady Indians used a great […]

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Indians grab first win in New Albany Thanksgiving tourney

By SCOTTY NICHOLS Sports Writer NEW ALBANY – After making a playoff run last season, coach Devin Hill’s Itawamba AHS boys’ team is looking to build off of that success. The Indians fell to a sharpshooting Kossuth team in the season opener two weeks ago but got things on track with a big win over […]

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Indians blast Braves, earn No. 2 playoff seed

By SCOTTY NICHOLS Sports Writer IUKA – The Itawamba AHS Indians could only control what they could control in last night’s regular season finale at Tishomingo County: Win, and get in the playoffs. They did so easily with a 35-16 thrashing of rival Tishomingo County. The seeding would shake itself out with the other division […]

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Huge second quarter propels Warriors past Indians

By SCOTTY NICHOLS Sports Writer CORINTH – Last Friday’s division 1-4A contest between the Itawamba AHS Indians and the Corinth Warriors has been circled on the calendars of local football fans for weeks … maybe even months. The two teams were supposed to be clear-cut favorites to battle for the division championship but, after just […]

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ICC Indians shut out MDCC Trojans, 35-0

By ADAM GORE LetsGoICC.com FULTON, MS – A strong defensive performance helped Itawamba Community College overcome a sluggish first half to defeat Mississippi Delta Community College, 35-0 Thursday night. The Indians (6-2, 4-2 MACJC North) held the Trojans (2-6, 2-4 MACJC North) to 50 yards of total offense (100 passing; -50 rushing) behind 20 tackles […]

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IAHS overpowers Shannon to even 1-4A record

By SCOTTY NICHOLS Sports Writer FULTON – The Friday night, 7 p.m. kickoff between the Itawamba AHS Indians and the Shannon Red Raiders actually happened a full 24 hours later, as the field was flooded with rain and illuminated with lightning. On Saturday night, the two division rivals got together to tangle, and it was […]

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IAHS drops 1-4A opener at Amory

AMORY – In the preseason, pretty much everyone had the Itawamba AHS at Corinth matchup on October 16 penciled-in as the game that would decide the division 1-4A winner. That still may be the case, but both the Indians and Warriors found out the hard way that, no matter what the chatter is about, the […]

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Upended: Indians can’t overcome miscues

FULTON – Sometimes things just don’t click. Sometimes things just don’t bounce your way. When a combination of the two happen, it usually doesn’t end well. Nothing was clicking and nothing was bouncing last Friday night for the homestanding IAHS Indians, who fell behind early after some miscues and just couldn’t get things going in […]

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Indians face big test in rematch before opening 1-4A slate

FULTON – The date was November 14, 2014. The IAHS Indian football squad was riding a six-game winning streak, but saw that streak snapped in round two of the class 4A playoffs. The team responsible was the Kosciusko Whippets, runners-up in division 4-4A to eventual state champion Noxubee, and they handed the Indians an ugly […]

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Better late than never: Big second half propels IAHS

By SCOTTY NICHOLS Sports Writer SALTILLO – It took a while for all the oars to start rowing in the same direction for the Itawamba AHS Indians but, when they did, it wasn’t pretty for the Saltillo Tigers. Overall, the Indians, ranked No. 1 in the Daily Journal’s large school poll, find themselves in a […]

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