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Lady Indians improve to 10-2 with wins over Corinth, Nettleton

FULTON – Fresh off of a class 4A state championship last year, the IAHS Lady Indians are on the warpath again this season, and it doesn’t appear that too much can stop them other than themselves. Save for a close loss against the top-ranked team in the state and a bit of a hangover the […]

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Lady Indians claim TishoWamba title, Indians finish second

BELMONT – In an eventful two days at Belmont High School, the TishoWamba basketball tournament featured boys’ and girls’ teams from Belmont, as well as all three Itawamba county schools, IAHS, Mantachie and Tremont. The Indian and Lady Indian squads got past Mantachie on Thursday night before both Belmont teams bested Tremont to set up […]

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Indians, Lady Indians turn away Viking raid

FULTON – The IAHS Indians and Lady Indians basketball teams have both gotten off to a great start in 2014 and continued their success early last week as each team was able to stave off the efforts of North Pontotoc. Lady Indians explode in fourth to rout Lady Vikings The Lady Indians got off to a […]

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IAHS soccer programs on the rise

FULTON – The IAHS Indian soccer teams and head coach Randy Earnest are taking great steps in the right direction in the program’s second year of existence. After a great showing in the summer, both boys’ and girls’ clubs are experiencing success in the 2014 season. The girls’ team opened the season with a 2-1 […]

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Lady Indians fall to Houston 19-9, blast Shannon 21-2 in division play

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. […]

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Lady Indians fall to Amory, 16-9

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 […]

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IAHS drowns Lady Wave, 14-6

  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 […]

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Lady Indians fight hard in Seminole Country

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 […]

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Lady Lions maul Lady Indians

  FULTON – There are often fights in MMA or boxing where one fighter lands a solid blow early and disorients the other, making it difficult for the recipient to ever really have a chance. The softball equivalent of that happened last Thursday night at Fulton City Park. The Hamilton Lady Lions visited the IAHS […]

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Lady Indians get revenge with come-from-behind walk-off win

FULTON – The Itawamba AHS Lady Indians got squashed by Mooreville during the Lady Troopers’ classic tournament during the opening weekend, 17-2, but they were out for blood last Thursday night. Revenge is a dish best served cold, and IAHS didn’t even bother to thaw it out in the rematch at Fulton City Park. “They […]

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Lady Indians come up short in ICC Tourney

FULTON – It has been a productive summer for the Itawamba AHS softball team in the ICC League but, seeded No. 1 in the season-capping tournament, the Lady Indians fell 2-0 to Amory in the semi-finals. Rising senior Taylor Cresap took the mound and was effective, but two fielding errors in the top of the […]

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Former ICC softball standout makes pro debut in Pennsylvania

By ADAM GORE LetsGoICC.com Former ICC standout third baseman, Lara Andrews, made her professional softball debut with the Pennsylvania Rebellion over the weekend. Andrews (Wellington, New Zealand) helped lead the Lady Indians to the 2010 MACJC North Division Championship and earned first-team All North Division honors after batting .270 with 23 runs scored, 13 RBI, […]

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ICC third baseman named to NJCAA Marucci Elite Hitters team

By ADAM GORE LetsGoICC.com FULTON – The postseason honors keep rolling for Delta State signee Kory Watterson. Watterson (Nesbit) was selected to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Marucci DII Softball Elite Hitters team when the national office released honors on Thursday. The third baseman was one of 16 national players selected to the […]

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More postseason honors roll in for ICC softball players

By ADAM GORE LetsGoICC.com FULTON – Delta State signee Kory Watterson continued to rack up postseason honors after being named Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) North Division Best Offensive Player last Monday. Watterson (Nesbit) was selected to the MACJC All-State team and National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Region 23 Team after […]

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