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Monday | October 29, 2018

Groups pump Back in the classroom

money into
Mississippi US
Senate race
The Associated Press

JACKSON — Interest groups are

dropping hundreds of thousands of
dollars into a special U.S. Senate elec-
tion in Mississippi. It’s pocket change
compared to millions being spent in
Texas and Florida, but enough to buy
advertising and pay for get-out-the-
vote efforts in the mostly rural state.
The winner gets the final two years
of a six-year term. In reality, though,
victory could mean long-term job
security because Mississippi has an
extensive record of sending senators
back to Washington for decades.
This special election is happen-
ing because one of those longtime
senators, Republican Thad Cochran,
retired in April at age 80 after spend-
ing nearly half his life in the Senate
and six years before that in the U.S.
Gov. Phil Bryant appointed Repub- Ledrico Isaac/Special to The Dispatch
See Senate race, 6A Stacee Bonner, first-year special education teacher, stands by her classroom door at Columbus Middle School Friday. Bon-
ner worked as a custodian at Mississippi State University for seven years while taking classes to earn her master’s and
specialist degrees.

Starkville Five years of custodial work paved the way

Parks to host for this teacher’s dream job
sary classes to earn a master’s degree
in special education and an education-
to have any extra student loans. I saw
the opportunity and I was willing to

this evening S
andy Devlin knows a good teach-
er when she sees one.
As graduate coordinator for
al specialist degree in instructional
Now, she’s a first-year SPED teach-
er at Columbus Middle School.
take whatever job, full-time, to go to
school. I started applying for jobs,
even though I was overqualified.”
The custodial job at MSU allowed
Annual Halloween festival special education at Mississippi State
University, she helps prepare future
“I pushed her because I knew she
could do the job and do it very well,”
her to earn her master’s for free as an
employee benefit. But pursuing her
begins at 5:30 p.m. at teachers for the challenges they will
face when they lead their own SPED
Devlin said. “She was a great custodi- passion came with long hours and
an, but I could see she had a passion hard work.
Sportsplex classrooms.
When Devlin met Stacee Bonner
for kids and we don’t want to waste Bonner woke up at 3 a.m. to
that. In special education, we need prepare for work at MSU each day,
By Alex Holloway in fall 2011, her new student’s fire and people like her to nurture children.” leaving her daughter, Zya, with
aholloway@cdispatch.com passion for the special education field Bonner graduated from MSU in babysitters while logging her eight-
indicated she would have little prob- 2009 with a bachelor’s in educational hour shifts. After work, she spent her
Starkville’s Parks and Recreation lem meeting those challenges. psychology. She worked as an assis- evenings in class — either on campus
Department will host its annual In fact, Bonner’s own challenges to tant teacher with West Oktibbeha or online — until she earned the last
Hail-Oween festival this evening at become SPED teacher were arduous Elementary School, until budget cuts of her degrees in December 2016.
the Starkville Sportsplex. enough. left her jobless in 2011. “It was stressful and hard,” Bonner
Hail-Oween is the department’s Bonner spent seven years at MSU “I had a passion for teaching,” said. “It was a lot of work. It took a lot
Halloween festival and is scheduled as a custodian, cleaning classrooms Bonner said. “I wanted to have my of self-motivation. But if you have a
for 5:30-7:30 p.m. Admission is free. and hallways while taking the neces- own class. I knew that I didn’t want See Bonner, 6A
See Hail-Oween, 3A

Weather Five Questions Calendar Local Folks Public

1 What product did Coca-Cola Now through Nov. 17 meetings
introduce in 1985? Oct. 31:
■ Citywide Turkey Drive: Donate frozen turkeys for a meal
2 What pair of artists wrapped the Lowndes County
prepared and delivered by volunteers to seniors in Columbus
Reichstag in fireproof plastic fabric Board of Super-
in 1995? on Thanksgiving Day. Drop-off locations are: Columbus Police
Department lobby (Mon.-Thurs. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.); Salvation visors, 9 a.m.,
3 What is the world’s fastest-grow- Courthouse
ing woody plant? Army (Mon.-Thurs., 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Closed 12-12:30 p.m.); and
4 The U.S. Senate officially named Columbus Recreation Authority, Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.). Nov. 5: Lowndes
Tenley Gross County Board of
September 2007 a National Heri- Monetary donations are also welcome. For information, con-
First grade, Caledonia Supervisors, 9
tage Month in hour of what liquor? tact Lt. Christian Smith of Salvation Army, 662-327-5137, or

74 Low 51
5 What newspaper does Clark Kent Joe Johnson, 662-549-4477. a.m., Courthouse
High work for? Nov. 6: Colum-
bus City Council,
Mostly clear
Full forecast on
Answers, 6B ON THE TOP 5 p.m., Municipal
page 2A. TRUNK-OR-TREAT: Zachariah Sherrod, 3, Jeremiah Complex
Sherrod, 4, and Tuhjuriz Sherrod, 4, dress as the Nov. 7: Colum-
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for a Trunk-or-Treat bus Municipal
event held Sunday on College Street. The event was School District
Inside hosted by Annunciation Catholic Church, Columbus board review
Classifieds 6B Dear Abby 5B First United Methodist Church and St. Paul’s Epis- Elmore Moss, Starkville, meeting, 10:30
Comics 5B Obituaries 5A copal Church. Photo by Chris McDill/Special to The served in the U.S. Army a.m., Columbus
139th Year, No. 196 Crossword 5B Opinions 4A Dispatch. from 1971-74 High School


2A MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

Did you hear?

Can a holographic screen

help a new phone break out?
By ANICK JESDANUN  “The Red Hydrogen
AP Technology Writer


leading phones offer the
One stands little chance
of upsetting the smart-
phone status quo,” said
A Thousand Words
Geoff Blaber, a research
same basics: Big screens, analyst at CCS Insight.
decent batter y life and Chipping away at Ap-
good cameras. So when ple’s and Samsung’s dom-
a newcomer brings some- inance is much harder
thing innovative to the than it used to be because
party, why is it difficult
phone innovation isn’t so
to break through a phone
much about hardware any
market dominated by Ap-
more, Creative Strategies
ple and Samsung?
analyst Carolina Milanesi
One such smartphone
said. What matters more,
comes out this week from
she said, is the software
Red, a company with
roots in digital cameras and artificial intelligence
for movie productions. behind it.
The new Hydrogen One Consider Apple’s new
has a holographic screen iPhones. Sure, the new
that produces 3-D visuals XR and XS models all
without needing special have decent screens,
glasses. It is launching batter y life and camer-
with two major movies as. But Apple has also
converted to this format been emphasizing such
and allows users to create software-based features
and share their own vid- as augmented reality, ar-
eos shot with the phone. tificial intelligence and
Red’s goals are modest automation using the Siri
— about 16 million units a digital assistant. Or take
year, based on Red’s stat- Samsung’s Galaxy Note
ed target of 0.5 percent 9. Signature features in-
of Samsung’s sales. But clude the use of AI to
Red will need customers automatically fine-tune
beyond the tech elite and images.
camera buffs; it’ll need While the Hydrogen Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch
their friends and friends One’s screen is different, Skylar Hughes, daughter of P.J. and Jessica Hughes; and Lyla Cristwell, daughter of Brandon and Jessyca Crist-
of their friends. It doesn’t Milanesi said, it’s not nec- well, both dressed as Aerial for a Trunk-or-Treat event held Sunday on College Street. The event was hosted by
Annunciation Catholic Church, Columbus First United Methodist Church and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
help that the Hydrogen essarily something the
One carries a hefty $1,295 mass market will gravi-
price tag. tate to.

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Wax, 88, was chatting up court Monday. es often in the research
ple at Pittsburgh’s Tree
front with David Rosen- Bowers opened fire conducted by the South-
of Life Synagogue on Sat-
thal, who had intellectu- with an AR-15 rifle and ern Poverty Law Center,
urday is being decried
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Jews. stincts.”
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— with the two others in
jured, including four of- spoke at the vigil Sunday
ficers. the kitchen — when they night, said New Light
It isn’t clear whether heard crashing coming lost three congregants.
Bowers, who underwent from upstairs, looked out “These three men,
TONIGHT TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY surgery and remains the door and saw a body they cannot be replaced,”
Mostly clear Partly sunny and warm Mostly cloudy and Cooler Mostly sunny
hospitalized, has an at- on the staircase, Werber said Perlman, his voice
torney to speak on his recalled Sunday in an in- breaking. “But we will
51° 81° 61° 79° 63° 65° 44° 63° 43° behalf. A message left terview at his home. not be broken. We will
ALMANAC DATA with the federal public Rabbi Jonathan Perl- not be ruined.”
Columbus Sunday
defender’s office in Pitts- man closed the door and Rabbi Myers, who
TEMPERATURE HIGH LOW pushed them into a large
Sunday 83° 44° burgh wasn’t returned. helped get police to the
Normal 73° 47° All three congrega- supply closet, he said. scene by making an
Record 89° (1963) 25° (1957) tions were conducting As gunshots echoed up- emergency call, said
PRECIPITATION (in inches) stairs, Werber called 911
Sunday 0.00 Sabbath services when Monday on ABC’s “Good
Month to date 2.20 the attack began just but was afraid to say any-
Morning America” that
Normal month to date 3.60 before 10 a.m. Saturday thing, for fear of making
Year to date 50.22 he didn’t always make a
in the tree-lined resi- any noise.
Normal year to date 45.12 habit of carrying a cell-
dential neighborhood of When the shots sub-
TOMBIGBEE RIVER STAGES phone on the Sabbath
Squirrel Hill, about 10 sided, he said, Wax
In feet as of Flood 24-hr.
opened the door, only — until August, when a
7 a.m. Sun. Stage Stage Chng. minutes from downtown security expert advised
Amory 20 11.54 -0.12
Pittsburgh and the hub to be shot and fall back
Bigbee 14 4.50 none Shown are tomorrow’s noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day.
inside. him to do so.
Columbus 15 4.58 +0.07 of the city’s Jewish com-
Showers T-Storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Cold Warm Stationary Jetstream
“There were three The 20 minutes he
Fulton 20 9.20 none -10s -0s 0s 10s 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 100s 110s munity .
Tupelo 21 1.60 none TUE WED TUE WED Speaking at a vigil in shots, and he falls back spent on the phone,
LAKE LEVELS City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W
Pittsburgh on Sunday into the room where we Myers said, “felt like an
Atlanta 72/51/s 77/63/c Nashville 75/62/pc 74/59/t
In feet as of 24-hr.
Boston 51/40/s 63/53/pc Orlando 84/61/s 84/64/s night, Tree of Life Rabbi were,” he said. “The gun- eternity.”
7 a.m. Sun. Capacity Level Chng.
Aberdeen Dam 188 163.37 -0.02
Chicago 57/46/r 58/41/pc Philadelphia 59/46/s 69/59/s
Jeffrey Myers said about man walks in.” Officials released the
Dallas 80/61/pc 64/48/t Phoenix 86/59/pc 80/56/s
Stennis Dam 166 136.68 -0.02 Honolulu 84/75/r 86/75/sh Raleigh 63/46/s 71/57/pc a dozen people had gath- Apparently unable names of all 11 of the
Bevill Dam 136 136.38 -0.11 Jacksonville 80/56/s 83/62/s Salt Lake City 52/34/pc 53/43/c dead, including Rosen-
Memphis 78/66/pc 73/51/t Seattle 55/50/c 59/56/r ered in the main sanctu- to see Werber and the
SOLUNAR TABLE Weather(W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice. ary when Bowers walked other congregants in thal and his brother, and
The solunar period indicates peak feeding times for
fish and game. in and began shooting. the darkness, Bowers a husband and wife. The
Major Minor Major Minor SUN AND MOON MOON PHASES
MON TUE LAST NEW FIRST FULL Seven of his congregants walked back out. youngest was 54, the old-
Mon. 5:38a 11:52a 6:07p ----
Tue. 6:39a 12:22a 7:08p 12:53p Sunrise 7:10 a.m. 7:11 a.m. were killed, he said. Werber called the est 97. The toll included
Sunset 6:05 p.m. 6:04 p.m. gunman “a maniac” and professors, dentists and
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“My holy place has
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Around the state

1 man dead, another injured failed to meet standards for mortar made from crushed oys- tistically significant decrease, in the county, according to
course instruction and many ter shells. Water started seep- from 15.8 percent to 12.5 per- the Mississippi Department
after Mississippi shooting other criteria. ing into the building when a cent. of Revenue.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The Sun Herald of Biloxi re- nearby road was built up. Seven of 10 states with high-
One man has died and another est rates are in the South.
has been critically injured in a
ports 17 of Virginia College’s
28 sites in multiple states are
King says the architect’s
plan begins with bracing a sag- Mississippi reported an 11.6
School district says state
shooting in Mississippi’s capital closing. ging column, installing a drain percent decline in the over- will intervene in finances
city. ECA wants a receiver ap- and removing paint and plaster. weight and obesity rates among SHELBY — The superin-
Jackson police told news out- children in grades K-5 from tendent of a Mississippi Delta
pointed to oversee the compa- King says he will ask Liberty
lets the shooting was reported 2005 to 2013. During that peri- school district says the state
ny’s assets, including the re- to help improve road drainage,
around 3 a.m. Saturday outside od, officials overhauled school Department of Education will
structuring and refinancing of and the historical society could
a home. nutrition and physical educa- take oversight of finances be-
the 11 remaining schools. raise money for that.
Police say 27-year-old Cor- tion standards. cause the district can’t produce
U.S. District Judge Abdul
nelius Bailey died at the scene audited financial statements.
from his injuries. The other
Kallon in Birmingham, Ala- Mississippi youth obesity
man was taken to a hospital bama, imposed an injunction
rate remains worst among Vote on liquor and wine sales The Bolivar Commercial re-
ports North Bolivar school dis-
and was listed in serious con- set to expire on Monday.
states set in south Mississippi city trict Superintendent Maurice
dition. His name has not been COLLINS — Voters in one
JACKSON — New govern- Smith told the school board
released. Small town tries to save ment data show Mississippi
south Mississippi city will de-
Monday that the district had
Police say they do not have Little Red Schoolhouse young people aren’t getting
cide this week whether they
want wine and liquor to be
produced an audited financial
any information on a possi-
ble suspect or a motive in the
from rot fatter, but remain the fattest na- sold along with beer.
report for the 2015 budget year.
LIBERTY — A community tionwide. WDAM-T V reports Col- However, he says books are in
shootings. such disarray that the auditor
in southwestern Mississippi Among children aged 10-17, lins will hold a referendum
will try to save a building that’s 26.1 percent were either obese on wine and liquor sales on can’t produce an audited state-
Protective injunction for listed on the National Register in 2016-2017, That’s about level Tuesday. ment for the 2016 budget year.
Virginia College sites set to of Historic Places. with the 26.2 percent based on Beer sales have been legal Smith tells school board
end The Little Red Schoolhouse 2016 data alone. in the city limits for decades, members the state will appoint
BILOXI — Some 8,500 stu- in Liberty is a former girls’ The Robert Wood Johnson although surrounding Cov- a financial adviser, who will
dents are rushing to finish their school that dates to 1853. Foundation released a report ington County prohibits all have to approve district spend-
coursework at an unaccredited The Enterprise-Journal re- last week analyzing data col- alcohol sales. ing. Such an adviser is an inter-
for-profit college that is closing ports an architect has a plan to lected by a federal government Collins City Clerk Suzette mediate form of state interven-
campuses to stave off creditors. fight moisture that is causing survey. Davis reports more than 20 tion short of a state takeover.
Virginia College’s parent the structure to rot. Nationwide, 15.8 percent of people have already voted ab- Smith says he believes an
company Education Corpora- Sam King with the Amite children are obese. Utah chil- sentee. auditor will be able to produce
tion of America says demand County Historical Society says dren were skinniest, with 8.7 Mississippi has six remain- a statement for the 2017 bud-
has dropped in the improving the building rests on kiln-dried percent obese in 2016-2017. ing counties where no alcohol get year.
job market, but the school also bricks that are crumbly, with Only North Dakota had a sta- is available for sale anywhere — The Associated Press

Today in history
Today is Monday, Oct. In 1956, during the Natural History in New Robert H. Bork to serve the shuttle Discovery,
29, the 302nd day of 2018.
On this date: Suez Canal crisis, Israel York. (The Star and most on the U.S. Supreme retracing the trail he’d
In 1618, Sir Walter Ra-
There are 63 days left in leigh, the English court- invaded Egypt’s Sinai of the other gems were Court, President Ron- blazed for America’s as-
the year. ier, military adventurer Peninsula. “The Hunt- recovered; three men ald Reagan announced tronauts 36 years earlier.
and poet, was executed in ley-Brinkley Report” pre- were convicted of stealing his choice of Douglas In 2004, Osama bin
Today’s Highlight in London for treason. miered as NBC’s nightly them.) H. Ginsburg, a nomina- Laden, in a videotaped
In 1787, the opera television newscast. In 1979, on the 50th tion that fell apart over statement, directly admit-
History: “Don Giovanni” by Wolf- In 1960, a chartered anniversary of the great revelations of Ginsburg’s ted for the first time that
On Oct. 29, 1929, plane carrying the Cali-
gang Amadeus Mozart stock market crash, previous marijuana use. he’d ordered the Sept. 11
“Black Tuesday” de- fornia Polytechnic State
had its world premiere in anti-nuclear protesters Jazz great Woody Her- attacks and told America
scended upon the New Prague. University football team tried but failed to shut man died in Los Angeles “the best way to avoid
York Stock Exchange. In 1901, President Wil- crashed on takeoff from down the New York Stock at age 74. another Manhattan” was
Prices collapsed amid liam McKinley’s assassin, Toledo, Ohio, killing 22 of Exchange. In 1998, Sen. John to stop threatening Mus-
panic selling and thou- Leon Czolgosz (CHAWL’- the 48 people on board. In 1987, following the Glenn, at age 77, roared lims’ security.
sands of investors were gahsh), was electrocuted. In 1964, thieves made confirmation defeat of back into space aboard — The Associated Press
wiped out as America’s In 1923, the Repub- off with the Star of India
“Great Depression” lic of Turkey was pro- and other gems from the
began. claimed. American Museum of

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The festival will in- expanded the activities or-treat booth. United
clude a Halloween egg offered to include more Way is seeking to gather
hunt, which will begin bounce houses, a game 15 tons of food to help
for 4-year-olds at 5:30 truck and food vendors.” stock food pantries for
p.m. on the Cadence Logan also said SPRD the coming holiday sea-
Field. Another egg hunt will provide shuttle ser- son and winter months.
will begin for 5- to 7-year- vices from J.L. King “This event is open
olds at 5:40 at the M&F Park for those who don’t to anyone who’d like to
Field, and a third will have transportation to come,” Cox said. “We
start at 5:50 p.m. for 8- to the Sportsplex. The first hope that this will be a
11-year-olds at the KFK shuttle will pick up at J.L. great opportunity for the
Field. King Park at 5 p.m. and kids of Starkville to have
Starkville Parks and the last shuttle will drop some fun for Halloween.”
Recreation Director Ger- off at 8 p.m. Logan said last year’s
ry Logan said the depart- Starkville Parks and Hail-Oween festival drew
ment is looking forward Recreation Program- about 1,000 people, and
to holding the event, ming Supervisor Lisa Starkville Parks and Rec-
which will include vari- Cox said in a press re- reation is expecting that
ous other activities. lease that the department many or more this year.
“We’re excited to host is also encouraging peo- “This is just a great op-
this event again this ple to bring cans of food portunity to bring folks
year,” Logan said. “We’ve to the United Way trunk- together,” Logan said.

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Just another day in paradise
ust days before the serious fishermen.
cold and the rain came Sam stood, swinging
we were sitting on the his arms and hollering
dock feeding the Pekin at the cormorant. The
ducks and the schooling cormorant appeared
bream. The ducks come undisturbed and landed
at my repeated calling on a stump in the middle
of “pretty bird,” and the of the lake. “You know
bream come when they they can eat over a pound
hear footsteps on the dock. of fish a day,” Sam said. A
We do this daily, like clock- cormorant can stay under
work. While the bream water for two minutes and
are swarming, a bass or Shannon Bardwell can dive from 80 feet up.
two will cruise by as well. In some locales they are
The bream are big; I don’t called the “black death.”
worry much about the bass getting Cormorants usually gather in
one of the fellows, though there was groups, many times up to 500 in a
that one time. flock. We had this one lone little cor-
The sky was awash with pinks morant, and he quickly went his way
and blues and wispy white clouds, at Sam’s urging. I’m sure Sam would
while the sun was sinking below the have shot the cormorant on principle
tree line. Behind us, Canada geese but the lowly cormorant is protected.
were foraging. We’ve had about fifty He’s protected by the Migratory Bird
or so for the past few weeks. They Treaty Act of 1918 which protects all
move like soldiers across the field. migratory birds from harm unless
Whenever a human approaches, they otherwise permitted by wildlife
slowly meander in another direction. officials. In fact, the only birds not
Should we move too quickly, they protected are feral pigeons, Europe-
take flight to the other side of the an starlings and house sparrows.
lake, but so far they haven’t left for The Treaty covers 800 species
good. Sam became a little irritated and includes dead or alive birds,
at the geese eating all the good stuff their feathers, their eggs, their nests
the deer would be eating. He said, and pretty much all things bird. It’s
“I’d rather have the deer.” unlawful to pursue, hunt, take, kill
We sipped coffee while watching or sell migratory birds without a gov-
the ducks, the bream, the bass and ernment issued license or permit. There have been studies on the fisherman using harmless scare tac-
the darkening sky when a single sol- There are some passive measures effect of cormorants on fish popula- tics, silhouetted in a beautiful sunset
itary bird appeared, circling our lake you can take, like hollering, waving tions as well as legislation requesting on another beautiful day.
looking for a landing. “It’s a cormo- your arms, some “boom” canons and management policies. But out here Email reaches Shannon Bardwell
rant!” Sam announced — the bane noisemakers — though your neigh- in our neck of the woods, there was a of Columbus at msdeltachild@msn.
of Sam’s existence and most other bors may be offended. lone lost cormorant and one serious com.

Letters to the editor Cartoonist view

Voice of the people
Appreciates Public Works Dept.
High five, and a sincere thank you to
Casey Bush and his crew at Columbus
Public Works for the work done on Mil-
itary Road this week. Casey personally
dropped by my office a couple of weeks
ago to visit with me, and we discussed
areas of concern. Old fences on the
right of way were removed, overgrown
shrubbery has been trimmed and even
curbing has been cleaned along the
right of way from the city limits back
towards the 82 overpass. Military Road
has always been a significant thorough-
fare, but has received less attention
after the opening of the “new Highway
12” years ago. This positive activity is
very much appreciated by those of us
who operate local, tax-paying business-
es along this route and everyone that
travels Military Road daily.
Jeff Hays
General Manager Lowndes Farm

Let’s work on love

It is very easy to hate wouldn’t you
agree? Love, on the other hand, you
have to work at. We have seen this
week, more hate than love. A men-
tally deranged man sent pipe bombs
to some politicians and celebrities
throughout the country earlier this
week. Thank goodness, Friday, he was
apprehended in less than a week, and
none of his devices exploded. Then,
over the weekend at a Synagogue in
Pittsburgh we saw a shooting with
multiple fatalities. This is not the first
incident of shooting at a place of wor-
ship and one is to many.
What is driving this hatred? A lot
of people might blame it on the politi-
cal climate, but it is deeper than that.
Today’s generation has been raised in
a climate where the value of human life
has been cheapened. From the current
music, violent movies and video games
to the anti-law enforcement movement,
we’ve seen the bar lowered when it
comes to the value of human life. Can
this attitude be changed? Love for our
fellow man can change it. Will you do
your part is the question?
God Bless America!
Lee Roy Lollar, Jr.

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represent the opinion of the newspaper’s
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publisher; Birney Imes, publisher emer-
itus; Slim Smith and senior newsroom
staff. To inquire about a meeting with the
board, please contact Peter Imes at 662-
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Area obituaries
Pauline Gilliam Bernice McMann; formerly employed with Jerry Bowen and Terry Rosie Lee Kelly Mor-
OBITUARY POLICY two grandchildren; the U.S. Postal Service. Swetz. decai. He was formerly
Obituaries with basic informa- FAYET TE, Ala. —
tion including visitation and Pauline Gilliam, 93, two great-grand- In addition to his Memorials may employed with Weyer-
service times, are provided died Oct. 26, 2018, at children; and two parents, he was pre- be made to St. Jude haeuser and Mordecai
free of charge. Extended obit- Fayette Long Term great-great-grandchil- ceded in death by his Children’s Research Logging.
uaries with a photograph, de-
Care. dren. daughter, Doni Dexter Hospital, P.O. Box 1000, He is survived by his
tailed biographical information
Services will be at 2 White. Dept. 142, Memphis, wife, Helen Mordecai;
and other details families may
wish to include, are available p.m. Tuesday at Chan- William Dexter He is survived by his TN 38105. sons, Richard Morde-
for a fee. Obituaries must be dler Funeral Home WEST POINT — wife, Barbara Dexter of cai, Kenny Mordecai
submitted through funeral Chapel with Ronald William Roy “Bill” West Point; sons, Todd Donald Mordecai and Ricky Paul; daugh-
homes unless the deceased’s Spann officiating. Buri- Dexter, 78, died Oct. Purvis of Dallas, North MILLPORT, Ala. — ters, Michelle Edmond-
body has been donated to
al will follow at Meadow 27, 2018, at Baptist Me- Carolina and Stephen Donald Ray Mordecai, son and Misty Morde-
science. If the deceased’s
Branch Cemetery. Vis- morial Hospital-Golden Purvis of Middleburg, 73, died Oct. 27, 2018, cai; brothers, Charles
body was donated to science, Mordecai and Robert
the family must provide official itation will be one hour Triangle. Virginia; daughters, at his residence.
proof of death. Please submit prior to services at the Graveside services Debbie Moore and Services will be at 2 Mordecai; sister, Sue
all obituaries on the form funeral home. Chan- will be at 11 a.m. Danell Ray, both of p.m. Tuesday at Dowdle Mordecai Warren; eight
provided by The Commercial dler Funeral Home is Tuesday at Greenwood Hamilton, Alabama, Funeral Home. Burial grandchildren; and two
Dispatch. Free notices must
in charge of arrange- Cemetery with the Rev. and Lisa Purvis Bird of will follow at Christian great-grandchildren.
be submitted to the newspa- Fort Mill, South Caro-
per no later than 3 p.m. the ments. RC Bryan and the Rev. Chapel Cemetery.
day prior for publication Tues- Mrs. Gilliam was Dale Funderburg offici- lina; brothers, Donny Visitation will be from
day through Friday; no later born March 31, 1925, in ating. Visitation will be Dexter and Bobby Dex- 6-8 pm. Monday at the
than 4 p.m. Saturday for the Woodbury, Tennessee, from 5-7 p.m. Monday ter, both of West Point; funeral home. Dowdle
Sunday edition; and no later to the late Earl and at Robinson Funeral 12 grandchildren; and a Funeral Home is in
than 7:30 a.m. for the Monday
Hattie Standley. Home. Robinson Funer- host of great-grandchil- charge of arrange-
edition. Incomplete notices
In addition to her al Home is in charge of dren. ments.
must be received no later than
7:30 a.m. for the Monday parents, she was pre- arrangements. Pallbearers will be Mr. Mordecai was
through Friday editions. Paid ceded in death by her Mr. Dexter was born Jimmy Miller, Curt born June 20, 1945, in
notices must be finalized by 3 daughter, Barbara Pen- Oct. 12, 1940, to the Benson, Chris Benson, Millport, Alabama, to
p.m. for inclusion the next day dergrass; one sister; late Elizabeth Christian Derick Childs, Joe Mar- the late Mr. John Mar-
Monday through Thursday; and kin, Lawrence Frye, ion Mordecai and Mrs.
and two brothers. and Roy Dexter. He was
on Friday by 3 p.m. for Sunday
and Monday publication. For She is survived by a U.S. Air Force veter- Lorena Pruden
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Lee Memorial Park
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Around the world Hilary Livingston Jr.

Monday, Oct. 29 • 2 PM
First Baptist Church

1 migrant dies as 2nd group

Military Honors Burial
Friendship Cemetery
Memorial Gunter Peel
Funeral Home

tries to force entry into Mexico

2nd Ave. North Location

Wilma Brooks
By CHRISTOPHER SHERMAN leading from Tecun Uman to Mexico. Saturday, Nov. 3 • 10-11:30 AM
First Baptist Church
The Associated Press Guatemalan firefighters confirmed Services:
that a 26-year-old Honduran was killed Saturday, Nov. 3 • 11:30 AM
TAPANATEPEC, Mexico — Sev- First Baptist Church
from a rubber bullet hitting his head. Burial
eral thousand Central American mi- At a news conference late Sunday, Friendship Cemetery
grants planned to resume their trek Mexican Interior Secretary Alfonso Memorial Gunter Peel
through southern Mexico before dawn Navarrete Prida denied that his coun- Funeral Home
Monday, while authorities in that coun- try’s forces were responsible.
try and Guatemala tried to sort out the He said that Mexican federal police
killing of a migrant at a border cross- and immigration agents were attacked
ing. with rocks, glass bottles and fireworks
On Sunday, while the band of mi- when migrants broke through a gate memorialgunterpeel.com
grants was resting and reorganizing on the Mexican side of the border, but
in Tepanatepec, several hundred in that none of the officers were armed
another group more broke through with firearms or anything that could
border barriers in the Guatemala town fire rubber bullets. Navarrete said
of Tecun Uman just as members of the some of the attackers carried guns and
caravan did more than a week earlier. firebombs.
Those migrants clashed with Mexican “Mexico does not criminalize un-
authorities determined not to let the documented immigration,” he said.
caravan grow or be repeated. Also on Sunday, about 300 Salvador-
The new group, whose members ans departed from San Salvador hop-
called themselves a second caravan, ing to make their way to the U.S. as a
gathered on the international bridge group.

Indonesian airline Air-owned aircraft had from Saudi Arabia trav-

a wingtip strike while eled to Istanbul to kill the
whose plane crashed a they were on the tarmac journalist who was critical
low-cost high flyer at Jakarta’s airport. An of the Saudi leadership
BANGKOK — Lion investigation attributed and then tried to cover it
Air, the airline whose the incident to a rushed up.
plane crashed early Mon- departure. In April, a Lion Under mounting inter-
day while traveling from Air Boeing 737-800 over- national pressure, Saudi
Jakarta to an island off ran the runway at Goron- Arabia has changed its
Indonesia’s Sumatra with talo Airport on the island narrative about Khashog-
189 people on board, is a of Sulawesi. Afterward, in- gi’s killing several times,
fast-growing low-cost air- vestigators and the airline only recently acknowl-
line with a mixed safety issued instructions on im- edging that Turkish evi-
record. proving safety awareness dence shows it was pre-
The privately owned and procedures. meditated.
carrier was founded in No one was reported Turkey says a trial in
1999 to provide access to injured in either of those Turkey would be transpar-
air travel to everyone. It incidents, according to re- ent, reflecting concerns
offers dozens of flights a ports on the website Avia- about Saudi attempts to
day both internationally tion Safety Network. dodge responsibility for
and within the archipel- the killing.
ago’s more than 17,000 Turkey’s foreign min-
islands. Saudi, Turkish ister, Mevlut Cavusoglu,
The biggest airline in prosecutors discuss on Monday welcomed
the country in terms of the cooperation between
passenger numbers and
Khashoggi killing Turkish and Saudi investi-
one of the largest low- gators and said he hoped
Saudi and Turkish pros-
cost carriers after Malay- there would be no further
ecutors on Monday dis-
sia-based AirAsia, it most- delays.
cussed the investigation
ly flies Boeing 737s. “The investigation
Before Monday’s crash into the killing of Saudi
should be concluded as
the airline had not report- writer Jamal Khashog- soon as possible,” Cavu-
ed a fatal accident since gi, a show of cooperation soglu said. “The whole
2004, when 25 people died despite differences over world is curious. All the
when the DC-9 they were which country should try truth should be revealed.”
on crashed amid heavy the 18 suspects detained Turkey has been push-
rain at Solo City in central in Saudi Arabia. ing Saudi Arabia to help
Java. Saudi Arabia’s top locate Khashoggi’s body,
Monday’s disaster was prosecutor, Saud al-Mo- which has not been found.
a blow to the country’s jeb, met with Istanbul’s Turkey is seeking the
aviation safety record af- chief public prosecutor, extradition of the Saudi
ter the lifting of bans on Irfan Fidan, for an hour suspects detained for the
its airlines by the Euro- and 15 minutes at Istan- killing, which happened
pean Union and United bul’s main courthouse, after Khashoggi entered
States. Turkey’s state-run Anado- the consulate on Oct. 2.
The European Union lu news agency said. Saudi Foreign Minister
barred Indonesian air- The two countries are Adel al-Jubeir, however,
lines from flying to Eu- jointly investigating the says the kingdom will
rope in 2007 due to safety journalist’s killing in Sau- try the perpetrators and
concerns. Lion Air was di Arabia’s consulate in bring them to justice after
allowed to resume flights Istanbul, although Turkey the investigation is com-
to Europe as of June 2016, has leaked evidence to pleted.
and the ban on all other the media in an apparent Saudi officials char-
Indonesian airlines was effort to pressure its re- acterize the killing as a
lifted earlier this year. gional rival for full disclo- rogue operation carried
The U.S. lifted a sure. out by agents who exceed-
decadelong ban in 2016. Turkey alleges a ed their authority.
Last month, two Lion 15-member hit squad — The Associated Press
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Continued from Page 1A
dream, you have to just getting to learn my kids. provement.” Cook Elementary, first
go for it. Sometimes you I’m actually able to get CMS Principal Billie met Bonner at West
have to remove yourself on their level.” Smith said the success Oktibbeha Elementary
out of the way and just Though just a first- she’s seen in Bonner’s School. While working
walk out and do things year SPED teacher, classroom is rare for a together, Macon said she
on faith. I did this by the Bonner’s knowledge first time SPED teacher. kept pushing her friend
grace of God.” and passion for her “She’s just deter- to go back to school.
With three degrees, work give her the aura mined and hardwork- Throughout the years,
Bonner still worked of someone far more ing,” Smith said. “As the Bonner said Macon
another year-and-a-half experienced. position came available, served as a mentor, help-
as a custodian waiting for Ellicaya Steels’ I just felt she would be ing her while studying at
the right teaching job to daughter, Eljanecia, is the perfect applicant. MSU, transitioning into
come along. She finally in Bonner’s classroom She is a perfect role the classroom and even
applied this summer at each day. Eljanecia, who model for my students. looking over her lesson
CMS. has cerebral palsy, first She’s a very valuable plans. But Macon said,
struggled transitioning asset, not only to Colum- by this point, Bonner has
A bright spot in a to the middle school. bus Middle School but
to the district.”
exceeded any first- year
difficult time Shortly after classes
began, she started en-
teacher’s expectations.
“I’m just proud of the
Bonner started with
CMS Aug. 1. joying school again and ‘Nothing surprises me accomplishments she’s
Her job offer from would come home each about Stacee’ made,” Macon said. “I
CMSD came at a day with stories about How well Bonner is hope she continues to
strange and difficult her teacher. doing, and how quickly prosper throughout her
time for Bonner. In early Eljanecia has also she has adjusted to lead- years of teaching. Noth-
July, Bonner’s moth- struggled with reading ing her own classroom, ing was going to stop her
er passed away from comprehension, but has comes as no surprise to from achieving what she
health complications, seen a steady improve- those who helped her wanted to achieve.”
but Bonner said getting ment since the begin- along the way. Being where she is
back into her classroom ning of the school year. “She’s exceptional,” now made all the early
was a shining moment “She can read it but Devlin said. “She fell in mornings, late nights
in an otherwise trying she can’t comprehend love with it. The end re- and hard work at MSU
time. it,” Ellicaya said. “Mrs. sult is she’s doing a great well worth it, Bonner
“It’s really by the Bonner has been work- job with her children said.
grace of God that ev- ing with her on it, and that’s really going to “I’ve been blessed,
erything fell in place,” she’s doing a lot better. impact their future. That and it all happened in
Bonner said. “Since my She would skip words, doesn’t surprise me, not God’s time,” she said.
mom passed, I’ve been but now she reads 20 one bit. Nothing surpris- “This first year has been
holding on, and my (stu- minutes a day, and if es me about Stacee. I such an enjoyment, and
dents), they’ve helped she thinks she’s wrong knew she would do it.” my kids know that I
get me through it. I just she’ll ask questions. Nekela Macon, Lead believe in them and push
love my babies. … I’m She’s had a lot of im- SPED teacher at Joe them forward.”

Senate race
Continued from Page 1A
lican Cindy Hyde-Smith, ers, nearly unseated Co- ber Mississippi’s biggest year has also given mon-
who was in her second chran in a bitter 2014 Re- donations include $1 mil- ey to a liberal public poli-
term as state agriculture publican primary. lion from billionaire in- cy advocacy group called
commissioner, to succeed A PAC called Missis- vestor Robert Mercer of the Center for American
Cochran until the special sippi Victory Fund has New York and $750,000 Progress.
election is resolved. Party spent nearly $395,000 op- from Richard Uihlein Independent spend-
labels won’t appear on the posing McDaniel. Its big- of Illinois, a packaging ing by PACs is likely to
ballot, but candidates are gest donor is New York- company executive who continue growing in the
making their party prefer- based tech entrepreneur has donated to anti-union final days of the election,
ences known to voters. Sean Parker, who gave causes. in addition to spending
Hyde-Smith is chal- $250,000. It also received Through Friday, by candidates’ own cam-
lenged by Democrat Mike donations of $25,000 each $392,000 had been spent paign committees. Hyde-
Espy, who is a former from former Mississip- to support Espy by Pow- Smith has raised nearly
congressman and former pi Gov. Haley Barbour erPACPlus , a group that $3 million; Espy, nearly
U.S. agriculture secre- and two other prominent says its goal is “to build $1.6 million; McDaniel,
tary; Democrat Tobey Mississippi Republicans, the political power of about $583,000 and Bar-
Bernard Bartee, a former W.D. “Billy” Mounger and America’s multiracial tee, $4,058.
military intelligence offi- Joe Sanderson. majority.” In 1986, Espy
cer who is spending little Remember Mississip- became the first Afri-
in his first run for public pi has spent more than can-American of the 20th
office; and Republican $300,000 supporting century to win a U.S.
Chris McDaniel, a third- McDaniel and $206,000 House seat in Mississippi.
term state senator. opposing Hyde-Smith. Now, he’s trying to build
If nobody receives a The PAC’s name — rem- a multiracial coalition to
majority Nov. 6, the top iniscent of the battle cry become the state’s first
two will advance to a Nov. “Remember the Alamo” black senator since Re-
27 runoff. — comes from McDaniel construction. One of the
Hyde-Smith is en- supporters’ belief that es- biggest donors to Power-
dorsed by President Don- tablishment Republicans PACPlus is Herbert San-
ald Trump and is receiv- played dirty to propel dler of San Francisco, a
ing financial support from Cochran to victory in the billionaire former banker
business interests that 2014 primary. Remem- who put in $600,000 this
traditionally support Re-
Through Friday, po-
litical action committees
had spent $1.8 million to
support Hyde-Smith, ac-
cording to the Campaign
Finance Institute , a non-
profit group that evaluates
money in politics. The
biggest spenders favoring
her are the National Asso-
ciation of Realtors at near-
ly $919,000 and the U.S.
Chamber of Commerce at
The U.S. Chamber
of Commerce has also
spent $375,000 to oppose
McDaniel, who, with the
backing of tea party vot-

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Pearce, Price power Red Sox

Home run in first inning, strong pitching help clinch championship
The Associated Press
Boston 5, Los Angeles 1
LOS ANGELES — Chris Sale’s final year championship drought in 2004, the
pitch for this Boston juggernaut trig- Red Sox have become baseball’s team of
gered a celebration on the Dodger Stadi- the century with four titles in 15 seasons.
um infield, among thousands of fans who “Seeing all these grown men over
made their way to California — and even there, just acting like kids, that’s what it’s
outside Fenway Park back home. all about,” Price said after pitching three-
The quest is complete. Yes, these hit ball into the eighth inning on short rest.
2018 Red Sox really are that great. “This is why I came to Boston.”
A team to remember from top to bot- After losing on opening day, Alex Co-
tom. A season to savor from start to finish. ra’s team romped to a 17-2 start and a
David Price proved his postseason club-record 108 wins, then went 11-3 in the
mettle, Steve Pearce homered twice and postseason, dispatching the 100-win New
Boston beat the Los Angeles Dodgers York Yankees and the 103-victory and de-
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5-1 on Sunday to finish off a one-sided fending champion Houston Astros in the First baseman Mitch Moreland, a former standout at Mississippi State, celebrates
World Series in five games. playoffs. Cora, a player on Boston’s 2007 with the Commissioner’s Trophy in the clubhouse after the Boston Red Sox defeated
A tormented franchise during de- champions, became the first manager the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 on Sunday night in Game 5 of the 2018 World Series
cades of despair before ending an 86- See WORLD SERIES, 5B at Dodger Stadium.


Bulldogs place two

on All-SEC squad
From Special Reports

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — Mississippi

State’s Carly Mauldin and Zakirah McGillivary,
Ole Miss’ CeCe Kizer, and Alabama’s Emma
Welch were three of the players honored Sunday
when the Southeastern Conference announced
its annual league awards.
Mauldin, a senior midfielder,
was named second-team All-SEC,
while McGillivary, a freshman
forward, was named to the
All-Freshman team.
The awards mark the
fourth season MSU has seen
multiple players receive conference
honors, including twice under
MSU second-year coach Tom
Kizer was named first-team All-
SEC after leading the conference
Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch
in goals and assists in the regular
Mississippi State defensive linemen Montez Sweat and Chauncey Rivers sack Texas A&M quarterback Kellen season. She is the third Ole Miss
Mond in the fourth quarter on Saturday night at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville. player to earn first-team All-SEC
honors three times, and the sixth

Thompson blends mental, physical skills as part of dominating effort against Texas A&M
player in program history with at McGillivary
least three All-SEC laurels.
Welch was named the Scholar-Athlete of the
Mauldin, a senior midfielder from Laurel has
started every match in her four-year career. She
By Bret t Hudson Through eight land on the highlight reel — to help
Bhudson@cdispatch.com games, Thompson MSU (5-3, 2-3 Southeastern Confer- SEC tournament
has become a student ence) climb back into The Associat-
of the game and has ed Press rankings.
son’s physical skill helped him earn (All Matches on SEC Network)
remained one of the Thompson is second on the team
a spot on the Southeastern Confer- Sunday’s Games
Bulldogs’ most con- in tackles (53), tied for first in inter- n No. 7 seed LSU 3, No. 10 Missouri 2
ence’s All-Freshman team last year. sistent players. ceptions (two), and in the top 10 in n No. 8 Florida 1, No. 9 Auburn 1 OT,
It was made clear to Thompson Thompson’s inter- Thompson tackles for a loss (three-and-a-half). Florida advances 2-1 on penalty kicks
that wouldn’t be enough in 2018. ception in the end zone He was 20th in the SEC in tack- Tuesday’s Games
Thompson was asked to become in the fourth quarter les before the game against Texas n No. 7 LSU vs. No. 2 Tennessee, Noon
a cerebral player and an expert in was part of another strong perfor- A&M. n No. 6 South Carolina vs. No. 3 Texas A&M, 2:30 p.m.
Mississippi State first-year defen- mance in MSU’s 28-13 victory against Thompson has delivered when n No. 8 Florida vs. No. 1 Vanderbilt, 5 p.m.
n No. 5 Ole Miss vs. No. 4 Arkansas, 7:30 p.m.
sive coordinator’s new scheme so then-No. 16 Texas A&M on Saturday MSU needs him most. He had
he could adapt to changing offens- at Davis Wade Stadium. 14 tackles against Florida, nine
es in the Southeastern Conference Thompson had seven tackles against LSU, and an interception
offenses on the fly. — many of them violent enough to
Red Out Tuesday in Caledonia
JSU dismisses former MSU moves back into
MSU assistant Hughes AP poll after upheaval
From Staff and Wire Reports By RALPH D. RUSSO
The Associated Press
JACKSON — Jackson State Athletic Director
Ashley Robinson announced Sunday football coach The No. 22 Syracuse and No. 23 Virginia football
Tony Hughes won’t have his contract renewed at the teams broke long runs of being unranked and joined
end of the season. No. 21 Mississippi State as part of group of a record sev-
Jackson State lost to Southern 41-7 to slip to 3-4 en teams to move into The Associated Press poll after a
and 2-2 in the Southwestern Athletic Conference. season-high 11 ranked teams lost last weekend.
The Tigers are third in the Eastern Division. The top of the ranking was mostly unchanged.
“I would like to thank coach Hughes for his dedica- No. 1 Alabama, No. 4 LSU, and No. 5
tion and hard work to Jackson State University and the Inside Michigan were idle and unchanged.
Jackson State football program,” Robinson said. “We n MORE No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Notre Dame
wish him the best in his future endeavors.” COLLEGE won easily.
Defensive coordinator John Hendrick will serve FOOTBALL: MSU’s 28-13 victory against then-
as interim coach for the remainder of the season. This Week’s No. 16 Texas A&M at Davis Wade
Rankings, Stadium helped the Buldogs (5-3,
Hughes, who was in his third season as head
coach, went 9-20 while with the Tigers. He went 2-3 Southeastern Conference) climb
Page 3B
3-8 (3-6 in the SWAC) in his first season at JSU. back into the poll after a loss to then-
He earned his first collegiate win as a head coach No. 5 LSU two weeks ago in Baton
on Sept. 24, 2016, in a 32-20 victory against Arkan- Rouge, Louisiana. Texas A&M dropped to No. 25 to
sas-Pine Bluff. give the SEC seven teams in this week’s poll. The At-
Hired in December 2015, Hughes was the 19th lantic Coast Conference and the Big Ten Conference
head coach at JSU. He spent seven season as a coach are next with four teams in this week’s rankings. Contributed

The College Football Playoff selection committee Caledonia High School girls and boys basketball
at Mississippi State before taking the job at JSU. coach Gary Griffin will showcase his teams for
Hughes worked with the safeties and the defensive releases its first ranking of the season Tuesday. the 2018-19 seasons at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the
backfield and coordinated the Bulldogs’ recruiting. The back end of The AP Top 25 saw nine of the 11 school’s gymnasium. The vent will feature a
In the spring of 2013, Hughes was named assistant teams ranked Nos. 15-25 lose. Seven teams going from skills contest, a 3-point shootout, and a slam
head coach at MSU. See Poll, 4B dunk contest.
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Prep Football Review: Week 11

Standings Snapshots Top Performances
Region 3-1A Highlights from Week Eleven ...
MHSAA Division Overall n LUKE ALTMYER (Starkville): 15-for-20 passing, 110
Region 1-6A W L W L PF PA
yards, TD in victory against Warren Central
Division Overall Nanih Waiya 7 0 10 1 458 85
W L W L PF PA Noxapater 7 0 10 1 330 94 n TAYLOR ARNOLD (Starkville Academy): 4 rushes, 103
Leake County 5 2 7 2 256 169
Horn Lake 6 0 10 0 421 99
French Camp 5 2 6 4 294 231
yards, 2 TDs in victory against Natchez Cathedral
Oxford 5 1 8 2 274 196
Tupelo 4 2 7 3 208 191 Sebastopol 2 5 3 7 147 285 n JAKE CHAMBLESS (West Point): 7-for-13 passing, 164
South Panola 4 2 6 5 259 207 Vardaman 2 5 3 7 186 264 yards, 2 TDs in victory against Saltillo
Southaven 3 3 4 6 168 223 West Lowndes 2 5 2 8 192 414
Hernando 1 5 3 7 237 258 Ethel 2 6 2 8 155 309
n RODRIGUES CLARK (Starkville): 10 rushes, 188 yards,
DeSoto Central 1 5 3 8 206 209 Hamilton 0 7 1 9 123 385 3 TDs in victory against Warren Central
Columbus 0 6 0 10 92 430
WEEK ELEVEN SCHEDULE n SHUN CRAWFORD (West Point): 5 receptions, 129
Last Friday’s Games
Last Friday’s Games Ethel 38, West Lowndes 12 yards, 2 TDs in victory against Grenada
Horn Lake 35, Tupelo 10 French Camp 56, Sebastopol 14 n BRANDON EDMONDSON (Caledonia): 5-for-10 passing,
Oxford 23, Hernando 22 Leake County 52, Hamilton 12
Southaven 21, DeSoto Central 14 Nanih Waiya 55, Smithville 12
101 yards, 2 TDs in loss to Itawamba AHS
South Panola 37, Columbus 0 Noxapater 26, Vardaman 0 n FRED FIELDS (Aberdeen): 138 rushing yards, 3 TDs in
This Friday’s Games
WEEK TWELVE SCHEDULE loss to South Pontotoc
This Friday’s Games
Hernando at Columbus French Camp at Leake County
n C.J. JACKSON (Starkville Academy): 4 rushes, 54
Southaven at Horn Lake Nanih Waiya at Noxapater yards, 2 TDs in victory against Natchez Cathedral
South Panola at DeSoto Central
Tupelo at Oxford
Vardaman at Hamilton n KAMERON MARTIN (West Point): 7 rushes, 31 yards, 2
West Lowndes at Sebastopol
Region 2-6A Ethel, open TDs in victory against Saltillo
Division Overall n KYZIAH PRUITT (Noxubee County): 9 rushes, 71 yards,

NW Rankin
6 0 9 1 382 179
MPSA 2 TDs in victory against New Hope
Starkville 5 1 9 1 473 99 District 2-AAA n CARTER PUTT (Heritage Academy): 4-for-8 passing,
Madison Central 4 2 7 3 306 141 Division Overall 140 yards, 2 TDs in victory against Lee Academy
Clinton 3 3 7 3 316 171 W L W L PF PA
Warren Central 3 3 4 5 244 214 Heritage Aca. 4 0 9 2 416 170
n CAMPBELL SPIVEY (Starkville Academy): 15-yard
Murrah 2 4 3 7 167 321 Leake Aca. 3 1 9 2 404 169 fumble return for TD in victory against Natchez Cathedral
Provine 1 5 3 7 168 320
Greenville 0 6 1 9 140 465
Starkville Aca. 2 2 9 2 298 110 n C.J. SANDERS (New Hope): Fumble recovery for TD in
Canton Aca. 1 3 4 6 190 253
WEEK ELEVEN SCHEDULE Winston Aca. 0 4 2 8 98 271 loss to Noxubee County
Last Friday’s Games
Clinton 51, Greenville 0
WEEK ELEVEN SCHEDULE n JA’QUALYN SMITH (Noxubee County): 10 rushes, 70
Murrah 32, Provine 19
Class AAA Playoffs — First Round yards, 2 TDs in victory against New Hope
Last Friday’s Games
Northwest Rankin 32, Madison Central 28
Heritage Aca. 52, Lee (Miss.) Aca. 10 n KELVIN “K.J.” SMITH (Heritage Academy): 8 rushes,
Starkville 38, Warren Central 17
Leake Aca. 48, St. Aloysius 7 139 yards, 4 TDs in victory against Lee Academy
Starkville Aca. 40, Cathedral 6
This Friday’s Games
n KHRISTOPHER WHITE (Noxubee County): 8-for-11
Madison Central at Greenville David Miller/Special to The Dispatch
Class AAA Playoffs — Second Round passing, 207 yards, 3 TDs in victory against New Hope
Murrah at Northwest Rankin Noxubee County High School receiver Keymarcus Jackson
Provine at Warren Central This Friday’s Games n BRANDAN WILLIAMS (Aberdeen): 114 rushing yards, 2
Adams Co. Christian at Starkville Aca. tries to escape the grasp of a New Hope defender.
Starkville at Clinton
Leake Aca. at Heritage Aca. TDs in loss to South Pontotoc
Region 1-5A n DARQUEZ WILLIAMS (Caledonia): 15 rushes, 127
Division Overall
District 1-AA yards, TD in loss to Itawamba AHS

What We Learned
West Point 6 0 9 1 344 122 Division Overall
Olive Branch 5 1 9 1 289 118
Lafayette 4 2 7 3 355 143

Lake Cormorant 4 2 6 4 190 203 Winona Chr. 4 0 8 3 302 220
Center Hill 2 4 5 6 185 204 Carroll Academy 3 1 7 4 279 206
Grenada 2 4 4 7 203 245 Central Holmes 2 2 6 4 315 207
Saltillo 1 5 2 9 160 278 Oak Hill Aca. 1 3 5 6 169 250 What We Learned from Week Eleven ...
Lewisburg 0 6 2 8 141 244 Marshall Aca. 0 4 3 8 242 363
Last Friday’s Games Class AA Playoffs — First Round Starkville saw its undefeated run through region
Grenada 21, Lewisburg 7 Last Friday’s Games
Lake Cormorant 24, Center Hill 7 Winona Chr. 43, Amite School Center 0 play grounded to a halt in a shutout loss to Warren
Olive Branch 24, Lafayette 21
West Point 41, Saltillo 7
Centreville Aca. 40, Carroll Aca. 14 Central. Needless to say, the Yellow Jackets were
Clinton Chr. 26, Central Holmes Aca. 24
WEEK TWELVE SCHEDULE Tri-County Aca. 47, Oak Hill Aca. 10 looking for revenge Friday night on Senior Night.
This Friday’s Games Brookhaven Aca. 48, Marshall Aca. 13
Center Hill at Olive Branch WEEK TWELVE SCHEDULE
Behind a strong rushing per formance from Rodrigues
Grenada at Saltillo
Lafayette at Lake Cormorant
Class AA Playoffs — Second Round Clark and strong passing per formance from Luke
This Friday’s Games
West Point at Lewisburg
Centreville Aca. at Winona Christian
Altmyer, Starkville earned that revenge with a 38-17
Region 2-4A Class A win in Mississippi High School Activities Association
Division Overall
W L W L PF PA Overall (MHSAA) Class 6A, Region 2 play. Northwest Rankin
Shannon 5 0 8 3 385 226 W L PF PA
Pontotoc 4 1 9 2 353 159 Tunica Academy 10 0 388 97 clinched the top seed in the region Friday night, but
Itawamba AHS 3 2 7 4 387 327 West Memphis Chr. 7 3 343 224 Starkville is in line for the No. 2 spot and home-field
Amory 2 3 5 6 289 385 Union Christian (La.) 5 5 372 277
Caledonia 1 4 3 7 269 315 Lee (Ark.) 4 6 209 264 advantage in the first round.
Mooreville 0 5 3 8 217 336
Deer Creek School 3 6 126 217 n 2. WEST POINT ROLLS: In another dominating per-
Columbus Christian 2 7 97 306
Last Friday’s Games WEEK ELEVEN SCHEDULE formance, West Point rolled over Saltillo 41-7 to secure
Amory 41, Mooreville 21 Last Friday’s Games
Itawamba AHS 48, Caledonia 34 Tunica Aca. 44, Lee (Arkansas) Aca. 8
the top seed in MHSAA Class 5A, Region 1 play. After
Shannon 14, Pontotoc 0 a couple of close calls earlier in region play, the Green
West Memphis Chr. 42, Memphis Chr. 0
Columbus Christian, open
Class 4A Playoffs — First Round
Deer Creek School, open
Wave are rolling. Quarterback Jake Chambless hit Shun
This Friday’s Games
Rosa Fort at Shannon Union Christian, open Crawford for two touchdowns. A West Point team with
Yazoo City at Pontotoc
Class A Playoffs — First Round offensive balance could prove deadly in November.
Itawamba AHS at Clarksdale
Amory at Greenwood This Friday’s Games n 3. NO BREAKS FOR COLUMBUS: The two-season
Deer Creek at West Memphis (Ark.)
Region 4-4A Lee (Arkansas) at Columbus Christian losing streak slipped to 16 games Friday night in a
Division Overall
W L W L PF PA Eight Man District 1 37-0 home loss to South Panola in MHSAA Class 6A,
Louisville 4 0 10 1 409 105 Division Overall Region 1. In what has become a repeated theme, the
Noxubee Co. 3 1 6 5 328 235 W L W L PF PA
Kosciusko 2 2 3 7 201 354 Manchester Aca. 10 0 10 0 431 116 Columbus defense plays well but is handcuffed by the Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch
New Hope 1 3 1 10 108 405
Leake Central 0 4 0 10 135 316
Humphreys Aca. 9 1 10 1 566 222 other team consistently having good field position. Columbus High quarterback Ethan Conner tries to break a
Marvell Aca. 8 2 8 2 522 248
WEEK ELEVEN SCHEDULE Sharkey-Iss. 7 3 7 3 282 302 Columbus had one punt blocked, two others partially tackle in the second quarter Friday night.
Last Friday’s Games
DeSoto School 5 5 5 5 378 292
Louisville 43, Leake Central 0
Delta Streets 5 5 5 5 382 406
blocked, and a fumbled snap on fourth down. This is
Noxubee County 46, New Hope 7

Week 12 Schedule
Winona 53, Kosciusko 13
Delta Academy 4 6 4 7 295 403 what happens when a team loses its way.
Calhoun Aca. 3 7 3 7 368 490
Kemper Aca. 3 7 3 7 294 362
Class 4A Playoffs — First Round
This Friday’s Games Hebron Chr. 1 9 1 9 78 401 mid-season injuries, it’s a safe bet Oak Hill Academy
Byhalia at Louisville N. Sunflower 0 10 0 10 88 443
WEEK ELEVEN SCHEDULE coach Chris Craven would be thrilled if his team made the
New Albany at Noxubee County
Kosciusko at Corinth Last Friday’s Games playoffs. Well, the Raiders did just that. However, the sea- Thursday’s Game
New Hope at Senatobia Delta Streets 42, Delta Aca. 14 n South Lamar at Sulligent, 7 p.m.
Humphreys Aca. 60, Kemper Aca. 26 son ended with a 47-10 loss at Tri-County Academy in the
Region 4-3A Manchester Aca. 30, DeSoto School 12 opening round of the Mississippi Association of Indepen-
Friday’s Games
Division Overall Marvell (Ark.) 78, Calhoun Aca. 42 n Hernando at Columbus, 7 p.m.
W L W L PF PA Sharkey-Issaquena 44, N. Sunflower 20 dent Schools (MAIS) Class AA playoffs. Oak Hill Academy
Houston 5 0 9 1 352 177
Hebron Christian, open n West Lowndes at Sebastopol, 7 p.m.
Choctaw County 4 1 8 3 325 207 was young in some spots but postseason experience
South Pontotoc 2 3 7 4 376 255
WEEK TWELVE SCHEDULE n Starkville at Clinton, 7 p.m.
Eight-Man Playoffs — First Round should help the team get off to a fast start when next
Aberdeen 2 3 5 6 314 334
This Friday’s Games n West Point at Lewisburg, 7 p.m.
Hatley 1 4 5 6 369 307 season begins. In other MAIS news, Heritage Academy
Nettleton 1 4 4 6 223 258 Briarfield (La.) at Manchester Aca. n Vardaman at Hamilton, 7 p.m.
Humphreys Aca. at Marvell (Ark.) Aca. and Starkville Academy cruised to victories in Class AAA
Sharkey-Issaqeuna at Tallulah (La.) n Greene County at Aliceville, 7 p.m.
Last Friday’s Games play. Heritage Academy beat Lee (Miss.) Academy, 41-6,
Choctaw County 36, Hatley 7
Houston 46, Nettleton 13 Alabama while Starkville Academy beat Natchez Cathedral School,
n Gordo at Pickens County, 7 p.m.
n Maplesville at Lamar County, 7 p.m.
South Pontotoc 58, Aberdeen 38
Christian Football Assn. 40-6. The two would play each other in the third round. Mississippi High School Activities Association
Division Overall
Class 3A Playoffs — First Round
W L W L PF PA One more huge challenge awaits both of them before the Class 4A Playoffs — First Round
This Friday’s Game
Kossuth at Houston
Russell Chr. Aca. 5 0 9 0 405 116 rivalry an be renewed. n New Hope at Senatobia, 7 p.m.
Tabernacle 3 2 6 3 463 333
Belmont at Choctaw County
East Memorial 3 2 5 4 382 406 n 5. NOXUBEE COUNTY ROLLS: In its final regular-sea- n New Albany at Noxubee County, 7 p.m.
South Pontotoc at North Pontotoc
Aberdeen at Booneville Victory Chr. 2 3 4 4 423 364 son game, Noxubee County rolled over New Hope 46-7 Class 3A Playoffs — First Round
New Life 1 4 3 6 270 345
Tuscaloosa Chr. 1 4 1 6 196 329 to secure the second playoff spot from MHSAA Class n Aberdeen at Booneville, 7 p.m.
WEEK ELEVEN SCHEDULE 4A, Region 4 play. Kyziah Pruitt and Ja’Qualyn Smith did Mississippi Association of Independent Schools
CFA Playoffs — Semifinals
Last Friday’s Games the offensive damage for a team that is getting healthy Class AAA Playoffs — Second Round
Russell Christian 38, Victory Christian 0
Tabernacle 48, East Memorial 26
at the right time. Postseason play is next, and we know n Leake Academy at Heritage Academy, 7 p.m.
WEEK TWELVE SCHEDULE what history tells us about Noxubee County football in the n Adams County Christian at Starkville Academy, 7 p.m.
CFA Playoffs — Championship
This Friday’s Game
playoffs. Class A Playoffs — First Round
Russell Christian vs. Tabernacle — Scott Walters n Lee (Arkansas) at Columbus Christian, 7 p.m.

Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch David Miller/Special to The Dispatch

Columbus High School’s Steven Cattledge wraps up South Panola’s Anterrio Draper New Hope High School running back Braylen Miller (1) tries to escape the grasp of
in the second quarter of their game Friday night at Falcon Field. Noxubee County linebacker Marlon Windham.
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Mississippi State
Volleyball team loses to No. 13 Florida
STARKVILLE — The No. 13 Florida volleyball team swept Missis-
Prep Football
Schedule Page 2B Saints get revenge for ‘miracle’
Prep Basketball
in victory against Vikings
sippi State 3-0 on Sunday in the Newell-Grissom Building. Set scores
were 25-18, 25-21, 25-20. Today’s Games
Florida improved to 19-4 and 10-1 in the Southeastern Conference, Starkville Academy Girls Tournament
while MSU slipped to 5-19 and 1-10).
“Today felt different,” MSU coach Julie Darty said. “I felt like the Tuesday’s Games
vibe was pretty loose with our group and we played pretty relaxed, Starkville Academy Girls Tournament
The Associated Press
New Orleans 30,
which I really liked. I think that helped our confidence and we seemed Thursday’s Games
very confident the entire match. There were certain parts of our game Starkville Academy Girls Tournament Minnesota 20
plan that we need to fine-tune and polish up in practice, but we are
Saturday’s Games MINNEAPOLIS — No miracu-
getting there. Certain rotations are still stronger than others, but I’m
Starkville at Tupelo Classic lous play was needed for New Orleans liams picked the ball off for the pivotal
proud of my Bulldogs today.” third-quarter touchdown.
Paige Shaw led MSU with 11 kills. She had six digs and three Columbus boys at Callaway Classic to win this game in Minnesota, no
blocks. Amarrah Cooks had a team-high four blocks. Libero Kendall Columbus girls at Canton Tiger Classic where-were-you moment that instant- Adam Thielen had another re-
Murr had 14 digs, while setter Alleah Stamatis handed out 17 assists Caledonia, New Hope at Caledonia Classic ly went viral. cord-setting performance for the Vi-
and had nine digs. Drew Brees and the Saints sim- kings with 103 yards and a score, but
n Men’s golf team closes fall season with second-place College Football ply scored some revenge for their he lost a fumble that was returned 54
finish: At Loxley, Alabama, the men’s golf team closed its fall season Saturday’s Games
Sunday with a second-place finish at the Steelwood Collegiate last-second loss in the playoffs last yards by Marshon Lattimore to set
Invitational. South Carolina at Ole Miss, 11 a.m. season by taking advantage of two up the go-ahead touchdown for the
Ross Bell and Austin Rose carded 3-under 69s in the final round. Marshall at Southern Miss, 2 p.m. key turnovers, including a 45-yard Saints.
Freshman Ford Clegg shot a 71 and junior Peng Pichaikool carded a Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State, 6:30 p.m. interception return for a touchdown “We’re a really good football team,
72. Those four scores totaled a 7-under 281, which boosted MSU two Alabama at LSU, 7 p.m.
spots on the leader board for a runner-up finish. MSU shot 4-under par by P.J. Williams, in a 30-20 victory but you can’t make mistakes in this
for the weekend. Men’s College Basketball against the Vikings on Sunday night. league and win, especially on critical
MSU shot an even 288 in round one Saturday morning before a Tuesday’s Game “This one had a little extra spe- situations when you have the ball in
3-over 291 in the second round. The Bulldogs were fourth heading into the red zone,” Thielen said.
Sunday. Bell was solid all weekend at the par-72, 7,096-yard Steelwood Montevallo at Alabama, 7 p.m. cial meaning,” Brees said, flashing a
Country Club and earned a career-best fourth place finish, shooting Friday’s Game slight smile after he went 18-for-23 to The Vikings had the edge on both
3-under par for the final round and the weekend. Pichaikool followed, Fayetteville State at Ole Miss, 6 p.m. maintain his league-leading 77.4 com- sides of the ball in the first half. Har-
sharing seventh place after carding an even 216 three-round total. Saturday’s Game pletion percentage. rison Smith handed Brees his first
Clegg tied for 11th and collected his first top-15 performance while interception of the season after 231 at-
Mississippi University for Women at Tougaloo Alvin Kamara scored twice, Wil
shooting 1-over par through the two days.
With his 69 Sunday, Rose bounced back from a performance College, 5 p.m. Lutz made three field goals, and Shel- tempts without one to put the Vikings
don Rankins had two of the four sacks in position to stretch a 13-10 lead.
Saturday in which he shot 8-over par in the first two rounds. Rose and
junior Garrett Johnson finished in the top half of the leader board, tied Women’s College Basketball by the Saints (6-1), who needed only Late in the second quarter, Thiel-
for 27th, to fill out the MSU scorecard. Johnson shot a 70 in the opening Thursday’s Games
120 passing yards by Brees to beat the en drove forward for extra yards after
round. Mississippi University for Women at Philander
Playing as an individual, Griffin Agent tied for 59th. Vikings (4-3-1) with far less tension a short completion and had the ball
Smith, 5 p.m.
Wake Forest, ranked No. 7 by Golfstat, swept the team and down the final stretch and stay unde- pried loose by Williams and Alex An-
Mississippi College at Alabama, 7 p.m.
individual titles, as Demon Deacon Eric Bae finished atop the player feated in four road games this year. zalone at the 14. Lattimore scooped
leader board. Friday’s Games
LeMoyne-Owen at Ole Miss, 3 p.m. “It’s everything we wanted it to it up and raced the other way, before
n Women’s golf team tied for 10th at Jim West Challenge: At
San Marcos, Texas, the women’s golf team finished the first two rounds Central Missouri at Mississippi State, 6 p.m. be,” Rankins said. Laquon Treadwell took him down.
of the Jim West Challenge on Sunday tied for 10th. Stefon Diggs had 119 receiving Treadwell then slammed his helmet
The Bulldogs will take an 8-over-par 587 into Monday’s final 18 Men’s College Golf yards and a score in his curtain call on the turf in frustration, drawing a
holes. MSU had 28 birdies and followed an opening-round 296 with a Today’s Matches after the “Minneapolis Miracle” catch devastating 15-yard penalty to give
291 in the afternoon. Alabama at East Lake Cup (Dalton, Georgia)
Freshman Lauren Miller (tied for 24th) paced the Bulldogs with a in the NFC divisional round here in the Saints the ball at the 18 with 57
1-over 145. She opened with a 75, but she rallied in the second round Ole Miss at Warrior Princeville Invitational (Kauai, January, but he stopped his drag route seconds remaining before halftime.
and collected four birdies to shoot a 2-under 70. Hawaii) in a miscommunication with quarter- Kamara soared into the end zone two
Junior Clara Moyano added five birdies over her final 18 holes to Tuesday’s Matches back Kirk Cousins right before Wil- plays later.
end the day tied for 33rd with a 3-over 147. Moyano shot a 73 in the Alabama at East Lake Cup (Dalton, Georgia)
afternoon, shaving one stroke off her morning round.
Aubree Jones, a sophomore, joined Moyano in 33rd place. She
Ole Miss at Warrior Princeville Invitational (Kauai,
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had the low round of the morning for MSU with a 73 before wrapping Rhode Island at Elon, 12:30 p.m.
Late Saturday College Presbyterian at Gardner-Webb, 12:30 p.m.
her final 18 holes with a 74.
Freshman Hannah Levi carded a pair of 74s to end the day tied Women’s College Golf Monster Energy Scores
Tusculum at VMI, 12:30 p.m.
Savannah State at Delaware State, 1 p.m.
for 37th with a 4-over 148. Sophomore Blair Stockett shot 75 and 76, Today’s Match Martinsville First Data 500 Arizona 44, Oregon 15
Texas State at Georgia State, 1 p.m.
Tennessee-Martin at Jacksonville State, 1 p.m.
Arizona St. 38, Southern Cal 35
respectively, and is tied for 54th with a 151 (+7). Alabama at East Lake Cup (Atlanta, Georgia) Sunday
At Martinsville Speedway Fresno St. 50, Hawaii 20 Campbell at Kennesaw State, 1 p.m.
Edward Waters at North Carolina Central,
TCU leads the field at 9-under, 567, while Florida State’s Frida Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Southern Miss at Martinsville, Virginia Nevada 28, San Diego St. 24
1 p.m.
Lap length: 0.526 miles Portland St. 41, Sacramento St. 14
Kinhult leads the individual standings with an 8-under 136. Shorter at North Alabama, 1:30 p.m.
n Women’s tennis team’s Braun, Lizariturry win titles: At
Jim West Challenge (San Marcos, Texas) (Start position in parentheses)
The Associated Press Murray State at Tennessee Tech, 1:30 p.m.
1. (10) Joey Logano, Ford, 500.
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, senior Janina Braun and junior Sara Lizariturry Tuesday’s Match 2. (3) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 500. Top 25
Texas Southern at Alabama State, 2 p.m.
MVSU at Grambling State, 2 p.m.
3. (33) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 500.
won singles consolation titles Saturday on the final day of the 31st- Alabama at East Lake Cup (Atlanta, Georgia) 4. (1) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 500. The weekly poll, with first-place votes in Prairie View at Jackson State, 2 p.m.
5. (7) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 500. parentheses, records through Oct. 27, total Georgia Southern at Louisiana-Monroe, 2 p.m.
annual, 21-program Roberta Alison Invitational.
In the final fall tournament of her career, MSU senior Janina Braun Women’s College Soccer 6. (6) Kurt Busch, Ford, 500.
7. (19) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 500.
points based on 25 points for a first-place vote
through one point for a 25th-place vote, and
ETSU at Mercer, 2 p.m.
Villanova at Richmond, 2 p.m.
previous ranking: Marshall at Southern Mississippi, 2 p.m.
defeated Clemson’s top-seeded Tate Schroeder 7-6 (4), 6-1 in the Tuesday’s Matches 8. (16) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 500.
9. (8) Daniel Suarez, Toyota, 500. Rec. Pts Pv Georgia at Kentucky, 2:30 p.m.
Susan Carver Draw consolation title. Mississippi University for Women at Judson 10. (12) Kevin Harvick, Ford, 500. 1. Alabama (60) 8-0 1500 1 Florida State at North Carolina State, 2:30 p.m.
In the Amy Mascotti Draw, junior veteran Sara Lizariturry rallied to 11. (5) Aric Almirola, Ford, 500. 2. Clemson 8-0 1433 2 Wofford at Samford, 2:30 p.m.
(Alabama), 5 p.m. 12. (34) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 500. 3. Notre Dame 8-0 1374 3 Tulane at South Florida, 2:30 p.m.
beat Ole Miss’ fourth-seeded Tereza Jantova 5-7, 6-3, 1-0 (2). 13. (13) Chris Buescher, Chevrolet, 500. 4. LSU 7-1 1317 4 Louisiana-Lafayette at Troy, 2:30 p.m.
In MSU’s other singles action, freshman and fourth-seeded Southeastern Conference tournament 14. (15) AJ Allmendinger, Chevrolet, 500. 5. Michigan 7-1 1240 5 The Citadel at Western Carolina, 2:30 p.m.
15. (23) Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 500. Boston College at Virginia Tech, 2:45 p.m.
Tamara Racine lost to Kentucky’s fourth-seeded Ana Tkachenko 6-2, At Orange Beach, Alabama 16. (17) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 500.
6. Georgia 7-1 1202 7
Missouri at Florida, 3 p.m.
17. (14) Alex Bowman, Chevrolet, 500. 7. Oklahoma 7-1 1132 8
6-2 in the Bianca Svensson Draw’s third-place contest. Ole Miss vs. Arkansas, 7:30 p.m. 18. (36) David Ragan, Ford, 500. 8. Ohio State 7-1 1022 11 Bethune-Cookman at Morgan State, 3 p.m.
Charlotte at Tennessee, 3 p.m.
Plagued by illness throughout the weekend, sophomore Meredith 19. (18) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 500. 9. UCF 7-0 1014 10
Roberts defaulted to DePaul’s Marija Jovici in the Paulina Bigos Draw’s Men’s College Tennis 20. (4) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 500.
21. (2) Clint Bowyer, Ford, 499.
10. Washington State
11. Kentucky
7-1 938 14
7-1 905 12
Eastern Kentucky at Austin Peay, 4 p.m.
Appalachian State at Coastal Carolina, 4 p.m.
Duke at Miami, 6 p.m.
seventh-place match. Friday’s Matches 22. (35) Paul Menard, Ford, 499. 12. West Virginia 6-1 891 13
23. (24) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 499. FAU at FIU, 6:30 p.m.
To open the final day of tandem play, MSU’s Braun and Racine 13. Florida 6-2 734 9
Alabama, Mississippi State at CCB Collegiate 24. (28) Cole Whitt, Chevrolet, 498. Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State, 6:30 p.m.
14. Penn State 6-2 733 17
lost to Tulane’s Ivone Alvarro and Laura Fabrizi 6-2 in the Nancy Harris 25. (20) Michael McDowell, Ford, 497. 15. Texas 6-2 719 6
UTSA at Alabama-Birmingham, 6:30 p.m.
Draw semifinals. The pair earned a 6-1 victory against South Alabama’s Invitational (Birmingham, Alabama) 26. (21) Erik Jones, Toyota, 494. 16. Utah 6-2 593 23
Alabama at LSU, 7 p.m.
27. (29) DJ Kennington, Toyota, 493. McNeese State at Southeastern Louisiana,
17. Houston 7-1 403 NR
Yu Fujioka and Milka Pasanen in the third-place match.
Lizariturry and Roberts lost to Ole Miss’ fourth-seeded Ana
Women’s College Tennis 28. (27) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, 492.
29. (22) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, 492.
18. Utah State
19. Iowa
7-1 340 NR
6-2 323 18
7 p.m.
30. (25) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 491. Central Michigan at Eastern Michigan, 11 a.m.
Vrbenska and Allie Sanford 6-3 in the Antonia Foehse Draw’s Saturday’s Matches 31. (38) JJ Yeley, Toyota, 491. 20. Fresno State 7-1 261 NR Iowa State at Kansas, 11 a.m.
21. Mississippi State 5-3 204 NR
consolation semifinals. In the seventh-place match, the third-seeded Mississippi State at USTA Futures (Lawrence, 32. (32) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, 490.
33. (39) Jeb Burton, Chevrolet, 489. 22. Syracuse 6-2 192 NR
Nebraska at Ohio State, 11 a.m.
Rutgers at Wisconsin, 11 a.m.
Clemson tandem of Ally Miller-Krasilnikov and Sydney Riley defaulted Kansas) 34. (37) Bubba Wallace, Chevrolet, 488. 23. Virginia 6-2 175 NR South Dakota at Indiana State, Noon
to Lizariturry and Roberts. 35. (30) Joey Gase, Chevrolet, 467. 24. Boston College 6-2 169 NR San Diego at Drake, 12:30 p.m.
College Volleyball 36. (26) Matt DiBenedetto, Ford, 451.
37. (9) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, Engine, 393.
25. Texas A&M 5-3 132 16
Also Receiving Votes: Washington 120,
Illinois State at Northern Iowa, 1 p.m.
Western Illinois at Southern Illinois, 1 p.m.
Ole Miss Friday’s Matches
UAB at Southern Miss, 6 p.m.
38. (40) Timmy Hill, Toyota, Engine, 368.
39. (11) William Byron, Chevrolet, Accident,
Northwestern 86, Georgia Southern 62,
Michigan State 51, Cincinnati 45, Iowa State
42, South Florida 29, Stanford 26, Oklahoma
Tennessee State at Southeast Missouri, 1 p.m.
Missouri State at South Dakota State, 2 p.m.
Navy at Cincinnati, 2:30 p.m.
Volleyball team beats Alabama for first SEC road win Tennessee at Ole Miss, 6:30 p.m.
40. (31) Hermie Sadler III, Chevrolet, Brakes,
State 24, Alabama-Birmingham 17, Oregon
13, Wisconsin 12, Auburn 7, San Diego State
Minnesota at Illinois, 2:30 p.m.
Youngstown State at North Dakota State,
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The Ole Miss volleyball team used LSU at Mississippi State, 7 p.m. Race Statistics
6, Army 6, North Carolina State 5, California 2:30 p.m.
Average Speed of Race Winner: 75.31 mph.
double-doubles by senior Caitlin Wernentin and junior Emily Stroup on 2, Buffalo 1. Iowa at Purdue, 2:30 p.m.
Sunday to earn a 3-1 victory against Alabama at Foster Auditorium. Set
Georgia at Alabama, 7 p.m. Time of Race: 3 Hours, 29 Minutes,
32 Seconds. Penn State at Michigan, 2:45 p.m.
scores were 28-30, 25-22, 25-21, 25-19. Saturday’s Match Margin of Victory: 0.107 Seconds. Amway Coaches Top 25 Notre Dame at Northwestern, 6:15 p.m.
Caution Flags: 8 for 68 laps. The weekly poll, with first-place votes in SOUTHWEST
The win helped Ole Miss improve to 13-12 and 3-8 in the South- Lane College at Mississippi University for Lead Changes: 11 among 6 drivers. parentheses, records through Oct. 27, total Oklahoma State at Baylor, 11 a.m.
Women, 2 p.m. Lap Leaders: K. Busch 1-30; D. Hamlin 31-44; points based on 25 points for first place through Northwestern State at Abilene Christian, 2 p.m.
eastern Conference, while Alabama drops to 18-7 and 5-6. C. Bowyer 45; K. Busch 46-115; D. Hamlin 116- one point for 25th, and previous ranking: South Alabama at Arkansas State, 2 p.m.
Stroup had 19 kills and 15 digs for her league-leading 14th dou- Sunday’s Matches 132; J. Logano 133-359; M. Truex Jr. 360-376; Rec. Pts Pvs Nicholls at Houston Baptist, 2 p.m.
J. Logano 377-418; B. Keselowski 419-459; J. 1. Alabama (62) 8-0 1598 1 Sam Houston State at Incarnate Word, 2 p.m.
ble-double, while Wernentin had 17 kills and a career-best 19 digs LSU at Alabama, 1 p.m. Logano 460-498; M. Truex Jr. 499; J. Logano 2. Clemson (2) 8-0 1537 2 Alabama A&M at Arkansas-Pine Bluff,
Junior Nayo Warnell added 10 kills, hitting at a team-best .391, North Texas at Southern Miss, 1 p.m. 500. 3. Notre Dame 8-0 1458 3 2:30 p.m.
Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Lead, 4. LSU 7-1 1403 4 UTEP at Rice, 2:30 p.m.
and rookie Lauren Thompson registered her first collegiate kill, finishing Kentucky at Ole Miss, 1:30 p.m. Laps Led): Joey Logano 4 times for 309 5. Michigan 7-1 1295 5 Kansas State at TCU, 2:30 p.m.
the match with two and two blocks. Sophomore Lauren Bars had a laps; Kyle Busch 2 times for 100 laps; Brad 5. Georgia 7-1 1295 6 Lamar at Central Arkansas, 6 p.m.
career-best 52 assists.
Four Crimson Tide players were in double figures in kills, led by
Junior College Football Keselowski 1 time for 41 laps; Denny Hamlin 2
times for 31 laps; Martin Truex Jr. 2 times for 18
laps; Clint Bowyer 1 time for 1 lap.
7. Oklahoma
8. Ohio State
7-1 1190 8
7-1 1096 9
Houston at SMU, 6 p.m.
Connecticut at Tulsa, 6 p.m.
Mississippi Association of Community and 9. Central Florida 7-0 1082 10 Oklahoma at Texas Tech, 7 p.m.
junior Mahalia Swink with 19 and a .342 hitting percentage. The Bakers-
10. West Virginia 6-1 992 12 West Virginia at Texas, 2:30 a.m.
field, California, native also added 16 digs for her third double-double. Junior Colleges (MACJC) State Playoffs 11. Washington State 7-1 962 15 FAR WEST
12. Kentucky 7-1 932 14 Sacramento State at Weber State, 1 p.m.
Sophomore Doris Carter had 13 kills and 13 digs. Senior Quincey Semifinals World Series 13. Penn State 6-2 791 16 San Jose State at Wyoming, 1 p.m.
(Best-of-seven, x-if necessary) 14. Florida 6-2 743 11 Eastern Washington at Northern Colorado,
Gary had 29 digs. Saturday’s Games All Games on FOX 15. Texas 6-2 721 7 1:05 p.m.
n No. 12 rifle team beats No. 8 North Carolina State: At Oxford, Copiah-Lincoln at EMCC, 2 p.m. Boston 4, Los Angeles 1 16. Utah 6-2 620 24 Montana at SouthernUtah, 2 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 26 17. Houston 7-1 380 NR
the No. 12 rifle team defeated No. 8 North Carolina State 4,664-4,628 Utah at Arizona State, 3 p.m.
on Sunday morning. Northwest at Jones, 2 p.m. Los Angeles 3, Boston 2, 18 innings
Saturday, Oct. 27
18. Iowa 6-2 356 18 Cal Poly at Montana State, 3 p.m.
19. Washington 6-3 285 13 Alcorn State at New Mexico State, 3 p.m.
Junior College Basketball
Boston 9, Los Angeles 6
Ole Miss used three personal bests in smallbore to earn its first Sunday’s Game
20. Utah State 7-1 281 NR Northern Arizona at UC Davis, 3 p.m.
21. Mississippi State 5-3 226 NR North Dakota at Idaho, 4 p.m.
victory in the Great America Rifle Conference. The score was the Boston 5, Los Angeles 1 22. Virginia 6-2 207 NR Idaho State at Portland State, 4 p.m.
seventh-highest in Ole Miss history. Thursday’s Games 23. Fresno State 7-1 191 NR
Junior Hayley Carroll (1,170), sophomore Abby Buesseler (1,169), Women: EMCC at Coastal Alabama North, 5 p.m. Basketball 24. Syracuse
25. Boston College
6-2 183 NR
6-2 171 NR
UCLA at Oregon, 6:30 p.m.
Stanford at Washington, 8 p.m.
Southern California at Oregon State, 9 p.m.
senior Randi Loudin (1,167), and freshman Jillian Zakrzeski (1,166) se- Men: Royal Ambassadors Prep at EMCC, 6:30 p.m. NBA Also Receiving Votes: Texas A&M 167, BYU at Boise State, 9:15 p.m.
Sunday’s Games Cincinnati 116, South Florida 87, Michigan
cured the top four spots. Loudin improved her season-best score for the Women: Lawson State at Itawamba, 5:30 p.m. Golden State 120, Brooklyn 114 State 48, Wisconsin 41, North Carolina
San Diego State at New Mexico, 9:15 p.m.
Fresno State at UNLV, 9:30 p.m.
second-consecutive match. All four went 1-2-3-4 in smallbore as well. Oklahoma City 117, Phoenix 110 State 40, Northwestern 40, Miami (Fla.) 38, California at Washington State, 9:45 p.m.
A trio of Rebels tied or bettered their career marks in the event,
Men: Lawson State at Itawamba, 7:30 p.m. Utah 113, Dallas 104 Georgia Southern 32, Oklahoma State 31, Utah State at Hawaii, 10:59 p.m.
L.A. Clippers 136, Washington 104 Alabama-Birmingham 24, Auburn 21,
outshooting N.C. State, 2,312-2,286. Buesseler and Loudin tied their
previous marks of 581, while Zakrzeski set a new career high with a
Junior College Golf Today’s Games
Atlanta at Philadelphia, 6 p.m.
Stanford 21, Oregon 20, San Diego State 16,
Buffalo 14, Army 13, South Carolina 11, Florida
Southeastern Conference
578. Senior Harley Gardner also counted with a 572. Four Ole Miss Today’s Match Portland at Indiana, 6 p.m.
Brooklyn at New York, 6:30 p.m.
International 6, Iowa State 6, Virginia Tech 5, Conference All Games
Duke 3, Pittsburgh 3, Boise State 2. W L PF PA W L PF PA
athletes tied or set personal bests for standing, including Carroll (193), Itawamba at Gulf Coast C.C. Fall Invitational Sacramento at Miami, 6:30 p.m. Georgia 5 1 215 124 7 1 309 131
Loudin (191), Erin Walsh (191), and Zakrzeski (190).
Golden State at Chicago, 7 p.m.
L.A. Lakers at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
Schedule Kentucky 5 1 122 74 7 1 205 104

The Rebels claimed the first four spots in air rifle, outscoring the
Wolfpack, 2,352-2,342. Carroll (590), Buesseler (588), Zakrzeski (588),
on the air Toronto at Milwaukee, 7 p.m.
Dallas at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m.
New Orleans at Denver, 8 p.m.
Tuesday’s Games
Miami University at Buffalo, 7 p.m.
Florida 4 2 157 136 6 2 258 152
S. Carolina 3 3 151 164 4 3 200 179
Tennessee 1 4 108 194 3 5 205 237
Vanderbilt 1 4 106 160 4 5 230 226
and Gardner (587) led the field.
N.C. State’s Emily Fisher also scored 587 points, just ahead of
Today Tuesday’s Games
Atlanta at Cleveland, 6 p.m.
Kent State at Bowling Green, 7 p.m. Missouri 0 4 88 134 4 4 284 231
Miami at Charlotte, 6 p.m.
NBA Sacramento at Orlando, 6 p.m. Wednesday’s Game
Conference All Games
counters Loudin (586) and Kamilla Kisch (585). W L PF PA W L PF PA
n Men’s golf team’s Seiple leads after first round of Princev-
6 p.m. — Atlanta at Philadelphia, Fox Sports Detroit at Boston, 6:30 p.m.
Philadelphia at Toronto, 6:30 p.m.
MIDWEST Alabama 5 0 269 92 8 0 433 127
Ball State at Toledo, 6:30 p.m. LSU 4 1 141 83 7 1 243 121
ille Warrior Makai Invitational: At Kauai, Hawaii, the No. 37 men’s golf Southeast L.A. Clippers at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m. Texas A&M 3 2 106 127 5 3 239 172
Portland at Houston, 7 p.m. Thursday’s Games
team is in second place Sunday after the first round of the Princeville 7 p.m. — Los Angeles Lakers at Minnesota, NBA TV Washington at Memphis, 7 p.m. SOUTH
Auburn 2 3 119 94 5 3 227 132
Miss. State 2 3 67 82 5 3 217 108
Wednesday’s Games
Warrior Makai Invitational. NFL Detroit at Brooklyn, 6:30 p.m.
Temple at UCF, 6:30 p.m. Ole Miss 1 3 76 171 5 3 307 277
MIDWEST Arkansas 0 5 115 205 2 7 237 303
Ole Miss shot a 12-under 276, the eighth-best team score in pro- 7:15 p.m. — New England at Buffalo (Note: Denver at Chicago, 7 p.m.
Northern Illinois at Akron, 6 p.m.
Indiana at New York, 7 p.m.
gram history. The Rebels are second in the tournament with 24 birdies ESPN Deportes simulcast on ESPN2), ESPN Utah at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Ohio at Western Michigan, 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27
Vanderbilt 45, Arkansas 31
and are three strokes back of first-place Pepperdine, which is No. 6 in Dallas at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. Georgia 36, Florida 17
the country. Josh Seiple is alone in the lead after a 7-under 65. The se-
SOCCER New Orleans at Golden State, 9:30 p.m. Friday’s Games Kentucky 15, Missouri 14
San Antonio at Phoenix, 9:30 p.m. EAST
nior dominated the back nine, with five birdies and an eagle on the par 4 3 p.m. — Premier League, Tottenham vs. Penn at Cornell, 5 p.m.
Mississippi State 28, Texas A&M 13
South Carolina 27, Tennessee 24
14th. Beau Briggs joined Seiple in the top five, one shot back in second Manchester City, NBC Sports Network Football SOUTH
Pittsburgh at Virginia, 6:30 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Texas A&M at Auburn, 11 a.m. (ESPN)
place. The senior brought his momentum from Nashville to Hawaii as
he fired a first round 6-under 66 with a tournament-leading eight birdies.
Tuesday NFL
Thursday, Oct. 25
Western Kentucky at Middle Tennessee, 7 p.m.
S. Carolina at Ole Miss, 11 a.m. (SEC Network)
Georgia at Kentucky, 2:30 p.m. (WCBI)
Braden Thornberry, the 2016 champion of the tournament, shot a first
COLLEGE FOOTBALL Houston 42, Miami 23 Colorado at Arizona, 9:30 p.m. Missouri at Florida, 3 p.m. (SEC Network)
Charlotte at Tennessee, 3 p.m.
round even-par 72. The No. 2 amateur in the world had four birdies to 7 p.m. — Miami University at Buffalo, ESPN2 Sunday’s Games
Philadelphia 24, Jacksonville 18 Saturday’s Games Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State 6:30 p.m.
(SEC Network)
counter four bogeys to lead to level par on his opening 18. 7 p.m. — Kent State at Bowling Green, ESPNU Chicago 24, N.Y. Jets 10 EAST
Alabama at LSU, 7 p.m. (WCBI)
Seattle 28, Detroit 14 Air Force at Army, 11 a.m.
Redshirt freshman Charlie Miller added a 73 (+1) to contribute to NBA Pittsburgh 33, Cleveland 18
the team score. 6 p.m. — Atlanta at Cleveland, Fox Sports Carolina 36, Baltimore 21
Kansas City 30, Denver 23
Columbia at Harvard, 11 a.m.
Robert Morris at Sacred Heart, 11 a.m.
Bryant at State Francis (Pa.), 11 a.m.
n Hermansson, Johnson lead women’s golf team: At San Southeast Washington 20, N.Y. Giants 13 Duquesne at Wagner, 11 a.m. NHL
Marcos, Texas, the women’s golf team shot rounds of 287 and 288 Cincinnati 37, Tampa Bay 34 Late Saturday
Holy Cross at Lafayette, 11:30 a.m.
6:30 p.m. — Philadelphia at Toronto, NBA TV Indianapolis 42, Oakland 28
Bucknell at Lehigh, 11:30 a.m. Pittsburgh 5, Vancouver 0
Sunday in the Jim West Challenge. Arizona 18, San Francisco 15 Sunday’s Games
The Rebels’ two-round total of 575 is the best start to a tournament WOMEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER L.A. Rams 29, Green Bay 27 Colgate at Fordham, Noon
Los Angeles 4, N.Y. Rangers 3
New Orleans 30, Minnesota 20 Valparaiso at Marist, Noon
this season. Ole Miss is eight shots back of first-place TCU (567). Noon — Southeastern Conference tournament, Open: Dallas, Tennessee, L.A. Chargers, Charleston Southern at Monmouth (NJ), Noon N.Y. Islanders 2, Carolina 1
Hampton at NY Maritime, Noon Detroit 4, Dallas 2
Ole Miss is second in the field in total pars with 120. The Rebels Missouri-LSU vs. Tennessee, at Orange Beach, Atlanta
Today’s Game James Madison at New Hampshire, Noon
Edmonton 2, Chicago 1, OT
once again gained the most strokes off the par 5s, going 8-under on Vegas 4, Ottawa 3, OT
Alabama, SEC Network New England at Buffalo, 7:15 p.m. Dartmouth at Princeton, Noon San Jose 4, Anaheim 3, OT
the first day. Pi-Lillebi Hermansson is tied for third after back-to-back Thursday’s Game Brown at Yale, Noon
2:30 p.m. — Southeastern Conference tourna- Oakland at San Francisco, 7:20 p.m. Delaware at Albany (NY), 2:30 p.m.
Today’s Games
Calgary at Toronto, 6 p.m.
2-under 70s. The junior leads the team in birdies with eight through the Sunday, Nov. 4
ment, South Carolina vs. Texas A&M, at Orange N.Y. Jets at Miami, Noon
Liberty at Massachusetts, 2:30 p.m. Minnesota at Vancouver, 9 p.m.
first two rounds, where consistent play kept her toward the top of the Maine at Towson, 3 p.m. Tuesday’s Games
leader board. Julia Johnson joins Hermansson in the top 10 after back- Beach, Alabama, SEC Network Atlanta at Washington, Noon
Detroit at Minnesota, Noon
SOUTH N.Y. Islanders at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m.
Texas A&M at Auburn, 11 a.m. Detroit at Columbus, 6 p.m.
to-back rounds under par. The sophomore leads the team in pars with 5 p.m. — Southeastern Conference tournament, Kansas City at Cleveland, Noon
Louisville at Clemson, 11 a.m. Calgary at Buffalo, 6 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Carolina, Noon
25, with 14 coming from round two. Senior Kie Purdom bounced back Auburn-Florida vs. Vanderbilt, at Orange Beach, Pittsburgh at Baltimore, Noon Memphis at East Carolina, 11 a.m.
Butler at Jacksonville, 11 a.m.
Boston at Carolina, 6 p.m.
Chicago at Buffalo, Noon Dallas at Montreal, 6:30 p.m.
after a first round 5-over 77, firing a 71 during the second round, utilizing Alabama, SEC Network L.A. Chargers at Seattle, 3:05 p.m. Michigan State at Maryland, 11 a.m. New Jersey at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m.
11 pars and four birdies in her final 18 holes on Sunday. Sophomore 7:30 p.m. — Southeastern Conference tourna- Houston at Denver, 3:05 p.m. South Carolina at Ole Miss, 11 a.m. Vegas at Nashville, 7 p.m.
L.A. Rams at New Orleans, 3:25 p.m. Syracuse at Wake Forest, 11 a.m. Minnesota at Edmonton, 8 p.m.
Conner Beth Ball is tied with Purdom and five others in 37th place after ment, Ole Miss vs. Arkansas, at Orange Beach, Green Bay at New England, 7:20 p.m. Georgia Tech at North Carolina, 11:15 a.m. Philadelphia at Anaheim, 9 p.m.
a two-round total of 148. Ellen Hutchinson-Kay, a freshman from Taby, Open: Indianapolis, Arizona, N.Y. Giants, Chattanooga at Furman, Noon Ottawa at Arizona, 9 p.m.
Sweden, wrapped up play with a first-round 76 followed by a 77. Alabama, SEC Network Jacksonville, Philadelphia, Cincinnati Florida A&M at Howard, Noon N.Y. Rangers at San Jose, 9:30 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 5 Norfolk State at North Carolina A&T, Noon Wednesday’s Game
— From Special Reports Tennessee at Dallas, 7:15 p.m. Morehead State at Stetson, Noon Chicago at Vancouver, 9 p.m.
4B MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com


Southern Mississippi
Baseball team uses strong last innings in scrimmage
against Nicholls
Logano shoves past Truex Jr.
HATTIESBURG — The Southern Mississippi baseball team scored
in the final inning of two games against Nicholls on Sunday afternoon at
Pete Taylor Park/Hill Denson Field to collect a victory and a tie in their
first of two fall exhibition dates.
to earn shot at NASCAR title
The Golden Eagles registered a pair of home runs in the ninth
By JENNA FRYER ing its title with the closure loom-
The Associated Press ing, but both driver and crew
inning of the opening game to pull off a 4-3 victory. A sacrifice fly in the
fifth inning of the nightcap forced a 5-5 tie. chief are determined to prove
Five pitchers limited the Golden Eagles to one hit in the opening MARTINSVILLE, Va. — everyone wrong.
game entering the ninth. When the reigning series “With everything we’ve got
Gabe Montenegro, though, was hit by a pitch to lead off the final champion slipped past him
frame. Danny Lynch followed with a single before Matt Wallner tied the riding on it, the team closing
game with a three-run blast to right-center field. Following a pitching with one lap to go at Martins- down, it’s tough to take,” Pearn
change and an out, Brant Blaylock collected the game-winner with a ville Speedway, Joey Logano said of his confrontation with
home run. figured he had lost his shot at Gordon. “I used a few choice
In the nightcap, Southern Miss jumped out to a 4-0 lead after a racing for NASCAR’s title.
frame as they registered RBI singles from Erick Hoard, Charlie Fischer, words I probably shouldn’t have.
Jacob Edwards, and Logan McGrew.
A win would earn Logano one I probably shouldn’t be around a
Nicholls tallied a pair of runs in the second and one in the third, of the four spots in the winner- baseball bat or a jackhammer.”
before Ivan Prejean put the visitors ahead 5-4 in the fifth on a two-run take-all championship at Home- Logano won the opening race Sudoku YESTERDAY’S ANSWER
Sunday’s answer
single. The Golden Eagles, though, forced the tie in the final frame on a
sacrifice fly by McGrew.
stead-Miami Speedway. So if he
didn’t try something, his chance
to the third round of the playoffs
by using the bumper on his Ford
Sudoku is a number-
2 6
4 1 8 9 3 7 5
Southern Miss will play host to Tulane at noon Sunday to wrap up placing puzzle
Sudoku based on
is a number-
the fall season. at a Cup championship might slip to shove Truex out of his way on
a 9x9 grid
placing with based
puzzle severalon 7 9 3 4 5 6 1 2 8

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away. the final lap. The contact caused agiven
9x9 grid with several
numbers. The object 8 5 1 3 7 2 6 4 9
Alabama Logano used an old fashioned
bump-and-run on Martin Truex
both cars to wiggle, but Truex’s given numbers.
is to place The object
the numbers 4 1 7 9 6 8 5 3 2
Three men’s tennis players advance to qualifier slide was nearly sideways while is
1 to place
to 9 in thethe numbers
empty spaces
Jr. to Sunday and snatch one Logano corrected after a swerve 1sotothat
9 ineach
the empty spaces 5 3 9 2 4 1 8 6 7
finals at USTA $15k Futures row, each
of the four tickets to the finale. and straightened himself out as so that each row, each 6 2 8 7 3 5 4 9 1
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Junior Edson Ortiz and sophomores column and each 3x3 box
Truex slid sideways across the hurtled across the finish line. column
containsand theeach
same3x3 box
Jeremy Gschwendtner and Riccardo Roberto advanced Sunday to the
finish line and promptly declared contains the same number
9 8 2 6 1 3 7 5 4
qualifier finals at the United States Tennis Association $15k Futures “I’m a hard racer, I don’t think only once. The difficulty
event. Logano won’t take his title from that’s a secret to anyone, and we only once. The difficulty 1 7 6 5 2 4 9 8 3
level increases from
Ortiz dominated the No. 3 seed Teodor Giusca, 6-0, 6-2, while him this year. level increases from 3 4 5 8 9 7 2 1 6
are here to win a championship Monday to Sunday.
Gschwendtner won the first set against Daniel Janko 6-1, before Janko “He may have won the battle, Monday to Sunday.
this year,” Logano said.
Difficulty Level 10/27

retired. Roberto bested Eduardo Mena Rodado, 6-4, 7-6(6). No. 16

seed junior Alexey Nesterov fell in his match against Sergey Belov, but he ain’t winning the damn Eight drivers started the day
6-4, 6-4. war. I’m not going to let him win vying for the four spots in the
n Men’s, women’s golf teams begin play at East Lake Cup: it (the championship.) I’m going season-finale at Homestead-Mi-
At Atlanta, the men’s and women’s golf teams will open play Monday to win it,” Truex fumed. ami Speedway. Now one of the
in the East Lake Cup. The three-day tournament will be broadcast live
on GolfChannel.com (2-5 p.m. each day) and features eight of the top
Logano took Truex’s warning slots is gone, to Logano of Team
teams (four semifinalists from the men’s and women’s national champi- in stride. Penske, and NASCAR’s so-
onship) from the 2017-18 season. “OK. That’s expected,” Lo- called “Big 3” is still trying to
Alabama is the first program to send its men’s and women’s teams gano said. “This was our shot, lock down a berth. Truex, along
to the event in the same year. Both teams finished as the runner-up at maybe our only shot, so we had
their respective NCAA Championships last May.
with Kevin Harvick and Kyle
The East Lake Cup will follow the format from the final three days to make it happen.” Busch, dominated the regular
of the NCAA men’s and women’s golf national championships. The Logano was showered in boos season and as a trio were expect-
women will get things started at 9:55 a.m. Monday. The eight teams will and Truex, standing on pit road ed to make it to Miami to race for
compete in individual stroke play competition to determine the individual next to his third-place car, jeered the winner-take-all title. Sunday’s Cryptoquote:
champion and to seed for two days of match-play competition. The two
match-play tournaments will be hosted simultaneously for the men’s the winner with both thumbs Instead, Truex wound up
and women’s divisions, with the semifinals taking place on Tuesday and down as Logano was inter- third. “We should be in victory
the finals and consolation matches on Wednesday, beginning at 10:05 viewed over the address system. lane right now,” said Truex. “I
a.m. both days. On pit road, Truex crew chief was next to him for six laps, I
Teams for the East Lake Cup will compete on the championship
golf course at East Lake Golf Club, home of the TOUR Championship,
Cole Pearn Jr. had an angry ex- never knocked him out of the
the season-ending event of the PGA TOUR’s FedExCup Playoffs. change with Logano crew chief way. We were going to race hard
The East Lake Cup benefits the East Lake Foundation, a charitable Todd Gordon. Nearly 30 minutes for it, in my book. I cleared him
organization dedicated to helping families build better lives and children later, Pearn still appeared angry. fair and square. We weren’t even
reach their highest potential through its holistic approach to community Truex and Pearn are part of
revitalization incorporating mixed-income housing, cradle-to-college
banging doors.
education and community wellness. The East Lake Cup has raised Furniture Row Racing, which is “And he just drove into the
nearly $1.5 million for the East Lake Foundation since its inception in shutting down at the end of the back of me and knocked me out
2015. Mercedes-Benz, CSX and Bridgestone Golf are sponsors for the season, a year removed from its of the way. Yeah, it’s short track
East Lake Cup in 2018. championship run. Naysayers racing. But what goes around
— From Special Reports
cast doubt on the No. 78 defend- comes around.”

Continued from Page 1B
against Kansas State. His perfor- tackles against Texas A&M. He ad- game. On fourth-and-goal, Thomp-
mance against Texas A&M came mitted he was pretty fired up for the son remembered Texas A&M re-
with MSU missing starters Braxton game, but he couldn’t place a partic- cently used an inside receiver on a
Hoyett (defensive tackle) and Brian ular reason why. seam route to the end zone. If not
Cole (defensive back). “He was real energetic. That’s for Sweat pressuring the passer, the
Yet, when the midseason Erroll, though. That’s always Er- pass might have been completed
All-American teams were released, roll,” MSU defensive back Jaquari- for a touchdown. When the Aggies
Thompson’s name was nowhere to us Landrews said. “I get my energy went to that action again, Thomp-
be found. On a defense that con- off Erroll. I really do.” son drifted to his left, near the
tains two defensive linemen — Jef- Thompson’s contributions aren’t passing lane but not in it. He bait-
fery Simmons and Montez Sweat going unnoticed in the program.
ed quarterback Kellen Mond into
— projected to be first-round NFL “Very talented player,” MSU
making the throw and then used his
draft picks, Thompson’s production coach Joe Moorhead said. “He kind
could be flying under the radar. of runs the whole operation, sets speed to close the gap and make the
“I’m the slept on guy on the de- the front, the coverage and the interception.
fense,” Thompson said. “We have a pressure, kind of the quarterback of Last season, Thompson kept
lot of big-name guys. I guess that’s the defense. When (you put) intel- MSU in games while he was in Dez ACROSS
what it is. I feel like I’m the lone wolf ligence and talent with execution, Harris’ place. This season, Thomp- 1 Minor argument
in the pack. Nobody talks about me, this will be the result.” son is helping MSU win games ev- 5 Made fun of
but that’s OK. Nobody really knows Thompson’s important play as a ery snap. 9 Met performer
me, I guess.” Bulldog to date was a fitting display Follow Dispatch sports writer 10 Sheet material
That mind-set could explain the of his ability to blend his physical Brett Hudson on Twitter @Brett_ 12 Tennis star
added emphasis in several of his gifts with his ability to read the Hudson Agassi
13 Depart

14 Hotel rooms
16 Blend
17 Waiter’s aid
Continued from Page 1B 18 Mass leader
unranked to ranked is the and Virginia is in for the Washington was No. 15 last time four preseason top-10 21 Hankering
most since the AP poll ex- first time since 2011. week but lost to California teams finished unranked 22 Source of
panded to 25 in 1989. Elev- In the last 10 years, on 12-10. It started the season was 2002, when Tennessee answers
en ranked teams overall average, a little less than No. 6. Wisconsin, the No. (preseason No. 5), Florida 23 Clobber, bibli-
losing is the most since the two teams that start the 4 in the preseason poll, fell (No. 6), Washington (No.
weekend of Nov. 26, 2016. season ranked in The AP 31-17 at Northwestern. 9), and Nebraska (No. 10)
24 In recent days Sunday’s answer
26 Tennis court
And eight ranked teams top 10 finish the season Also on the outside of flopped. divider DOWN 22 Yemen neighbor
losing to unranked teams unranked. There are four the rankings after starting The other dropouts 29 Johnson also 1 Prof protector 23 Wily
is also a record for the Top preseason top-10 teams the season with lofty ex- this week were Oregon, known as The Rock 2 Delhi native 24 They have titles
25 era. out of the poll. pectations are Miami (pre- South Florida, North Car- 30 Part to play 3 Winks count 25 Rich backer
Syracuse is ranked for Washington and Wis- season No. 8) and Auburn olina State, Stanford, and 31 Crumb carrier 4 On the house 26 Catch sight of
the first time since 2001 consin became the latest. (preseason No. 9). The last Appalachian State. 32 Shows malice 5 The whole amount 27 Votes in

toward 6 Diner dessert 28 Lab work
34 News summary 7 Tooth layer 29 Pub missile
37 Kick out 8 Dream up 30 Trout’s place
Continued from Page 1B 38 Commerce 9 Delicious 33 Mexican coin
39 Splinter groups 11 Waiting room call 35 Bustle
is fifth in Bulldog history with 6,436 record for game-winners (five). Her in three of the last four seasons. 40 Halt 15 Pixies 36 Vigor
career minutes and tied for eighth goals are tied for the eighth-most MSU hopes to make the NCAA 41 Metal sources 19 Assess
with 71 career starts. in a single year in MSU history and tournament for the first time in 20 Rink surface
“Carly is ultra-committed in her second among freshmen. She is program history despite missing
preparations and training and has tied for fourth in points in the Bull- this week’s SEC tournament. The
really improved,” Anagnost said. dogs’ freshman record books. NCAA Selection Show is scheduled
“Carly is the heart and soul of the “Zee (McGillivary) is a talented for Monday, Nov. 5.
team. She has a very high standard player who is just scratching the Ole Miss, the No. 5 seed in the
for herself teammates and is our surface of her potential,” Anagnost SEC tournament, will take on No. 4
leader on the field.” said. “With a little more focus and seed Arkansas at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
The senior is tied for third on the commitment, she could be the most (SEC Network) in the second round
team with four goals this year after decorated player ever at Mississippi at Orange Beach, Alabama.
entering this season with just one State. I’m proud of her.” Welch, who hails from Mc-
career tally. Her nine points this Ole Miss’ Channing Foster (sec- Donough, Georgia, is the fourth Al-
season are a career best. ond-team All-SEC) and Haleigh abama player to receive the confer-
“Carly is extremely reliable, Stackpole (All-Freshman Team) ence’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year
tough, tenacious and a fierce com- also were honored. honor. She is a member of the SEC
petitor and an excellent player,” An- It is the second-straight season Academic Honor Roll, and has the
agnost said. “If I could clone her, I Foster (eight goals, one assist) was distinction of being named to the
would.” voted second-team All-SEC by the 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-Ameri-
McGillivary is the fourth Bull- league’s coaches. She joins Ole Miss can Third Team.
dog to earn an All-Freshman nod, greats Jennifer Hance and Danielle The Presidential Scholar is en-
and the first since Mallory Eubanks Johnson as the only players in school rolled in the Accelerated Master’s
in 2014. history to earn All-SEC honors in the Program at the Capstone, where
The Brooklyn, New York, native first two seasons of their collegiate ca- she is pursuing her undergraduate
led the Bulldogs with 17 points, in- reers at Ole Miss. and graduate degree. She has a 4.0
cluding eight goals, and tied junior Stackpole’s honor gives Ole Miss cumulative grade-point average in
MaKayla Waldner’s single-season one honoree on the freshman squad both. Log cabin
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World Series
Continued from Page 1B
from Puerto Rico to win a title of Boston fans remained on the field in consecutive World Series bench for a fiery, profane, moti- ing days and become a free agent.
and just the fifth rookie skipper first-base side of the stadium long since the New York Giants by the vational rant, and his teammates After allowing two runs over
overall. after the final out, chanting “Let’s New York Yankees at the Polo woke up in time to rally for a 9-6 six innings to win Game 2 last
“I don’t know where we stand go Red Sox!” and singing “Sweet Grounds in 1936 and ‘37. Los An- win. Wednesday, Price got two outs in
in history and all that,” said Dave Caroline.” geles remains without a champi- Boston never trailed in Game the ninth inning of Friday’s mar-
Dombrowski, the club’s president Of course, they let loose a few onship since 1988. 5. athon game. He became the first
of baseball operations. “If some- choice words about the rival Yan- “Ran up against a very good The 33-year-old Price, a Cy to pitch into the eighth inning of
body would say you’re going to kees, too. ballclub — and just a little bit too Young Award winner in 2012, a Series game on one day of rest
win 119 games and lose 57, we’d “I never knew there were so much for us,” said manager Dave long pitched under an October since the Yankees’ Bob Turley in
never, ever fathom that.” many Red Sox fans here,” Marti- Roberts, who played for Boston’s shadow cast by his regular-sea- 1957.
Pearce hit a two-run homer on nez said. 2004 champions. son success. He had been 0-9 in Price gave up a home run to
Clayton Kershaw’s sixth pitch. Players’ families, many Boston outscored the Dodg- 11 postseason starts before de- David Freese on his first pitch ,
Solo homers by Mookie Betts in dressed in red, congregated ers 28-16 and had only a slightly feating Astros ace Justin Verland- then allowed just two more hits
the sixth inning and J.D. Mar- on the field to join the celebra- better batting average at .222 to er in the clinching Game 5 of the — the last a triple to Freese that
tinez in the seventh quieted the tion, some holding babies, some .180. But the Red Sox got timely AL Championship Series. The Martinez lost in the third-inning
Los Angeles crowd. Pearce add- watching children run across the hitting and won their ninth title, left-hander won his third straight twilight and allowed to drop be-
ed a solo drive off Pedro Baez in outfield in glee. tying the Athletics for third-most start Sunday and became the first hind him on the right field warn-
the eighth, then was selected the “This is the greatest Red Sox behind the Yankees (27) and Car- pitcher to beat Cy Young winners ing track. Price struck out five
Series MVP after the game. team in history,” owner John dinals (11). in the finale of an LCS and the and walked two, retiring 14 in a
“Best feeling in my life,” Henry proclaimed after receiving All that stood between the Red World Series in the same year. row before a leadoff walk to Chris
Pearce said. the Series trophy. Sox and a sweep was an 18-inning “I’ve been through a lot in Taylor in the eighth ended his
Acquired in June from Toron- After losing to Houston in loss in Game 3, the longest World three years since I came here, but night after 89 pitches. He tapped
to, Pearce had three home runs Game 7 last year by the same Series game ever. They trailed this is why I came,” said Price, his heart several times to Red Sox
and seven RBIs in the final 11 5-1 score, the Dodgers became 4-0 in the seventh inning of Game who like Kershaw can opt out of fans behind the first base dugout
innings of the Series. Thousands the first team ousted on its home 4 when Sale rose from the dugout his lucrative contract in the com- while walking to the bench.

Comics & Puzzles

Dear Abby
EAR ABBY: an adult. If they wasn’t petty. The “fever blister”
My daughter were really con- you gave him was a herpes vi-
recently cel- cerned that she rus. Before you see him again,
ebrated her 20th would spend their talk to your doctor so he or she
birthday. She’s a gift money on a can explain how the virus is
good kid with a tattoo, they could passed and what you can do to
decent job who have sent her a lessen the chances or prevent
happens to like tangible gift — an it in the future. If you do, you’ll
tattoos. item of clothing be doing both of you a favor.
For her birth- or a gift card from DEAR ABBY: While attending
day, my in-laws a specific retailer. a large party, I re-entered the
sent her a birth- Shame on them. main room to find my wife
ZITS day card. Usually
their card includes
I’m a 68-year-old
engaged in what appeared to
be an intimate conversation
a gift card, check divorced woman with a longtime friend who is
or cash. This year, who has been known to be a “hound dog” who
there was no gift dating a slightly frequently boasts of his latest
but a note stating
Dear Abby older widower. We conquests. They held each
that they were were beginning other’s hands and were talking
not sending money as they felt a nice relationship until he to each other at “kissing”
she would use it toward more got mad at me for giving him distance. I watched from afar
tattoos. a fever blister. He suggested and then left the area so as not
I understand their beliefs we not see each other or talk to create a scene. They were
may be different, but their ap- for more than two weeks. After obviously not talking about the
proach to the situation was not that, he texted me to see if my weather.
nice. When she read their note, fever blister was gone. He said When I confronted my wife
my daughter broke down and he was still sort of angry about the next day, she said there is
GARFIELD cried. My question is: Should
I ignore their rudeness and
it, and described how ugly and
painful the blister was.
nothing going on between them
and they were just talking. My
ignorance, or should I (or my I feel he was really petty, wife had a few drinks that night,
husband) call them and stick and it has put a damper on but I don’t think she was drunk.
up for our daughter? — TRYING things. Am I wrong to feel this Your take on this? — SAW TOO
DEAR TRYING: I don’t think Hurry, please, because his DEAR SAW: My take is that
what happened should be blister is healing and he wants if you trust your wife, you will
ignored. What your in-laws did to see me. — EMBARRASSED believe what she’s telling you.
was uncalled for, and the per- IN MISSOURI Appearances can be deceiving,
son who should tell them that DEAR EMBARRASSED: Your especially when viewed from a
is your daughter because she’s gentleman friend’s behavior distance.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Oct. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). put them on the internet.
29). You’ll perform good deeds, Maybe it’s not always so import- LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). If
as always, without hope of ant whether a particular belief you’ve never heard of someone
reward. But you’ll be rewarded is totally accurate or not. Is the like you pursuing a goal, or you
anyway, and publicly if you’re belief useful? Does is make think the feat is just impossible,
not careful. Though fame means you better? Is it better for those you’ll shut yourself off from the
nothing to you, your stellar rep- around you? Helpful beliefs possibilities, thus ensuring that
utation will open doors for loved make things flow easily. the event will not occur. But all
ones. This gets the finances GEMINI (May 21-June 21). it takes is one example to set
flowing, and life gets easier. You were taught about the he- you in motion.
June brings a big celebration. roes that came before you, and VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
Gemini and Pisces adore you. it’s now pretty clear that you In some moments, life will be
Your lucky numbers are: 1, 19, weren’t getting the whole story. like watching a classic movie
7, 26 and 41. The ugly side of history can be with scenes that don’t quite
BABY BLUES ARIES (March 21-April 19). hard to reconcile, so hold on to fit the current times. When
The general consensus may be the glimmers of benevolence. old-fashioned beliefs are acted
generally wrong. Luckily, you’re CANCER (June 22-July out, you’ll realize how much
in no mood to listen to them 22). You’re in a private mood. things have changed.
today. You’ll make a decision Plus, there’s just no benefit to LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
based on what you feel, and bragging. You’d rather lock your Those who are happy to help
popular opinion will not sway enviable accomplishments and really do seem content in the
you. beautiful pictures in a safe than act and don’t appear to need
special recognition for what they
do. They don’t draw attention to
their kindness. These are the
golden-hearted people to hold
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). If you have to ask to be
BEETLE BAILEY treated well, it will make you
wonder if you’ve chosen badly.
But don’t let that drag down
your thoughts. Some people
just need to be taught to get in
touch with the spirit of compas-
sion, teamwork and equity.
21). Your best, most winning
move will involve being fully
engaged with the events of the
day. You won’t even have time
to stress over what might hap-
pen, because you’re too busy
building on the goodness that is
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). It’s a day to examine, up-
date or acquire anew. Examine
what, you ask? Update which?
The same process applies to
many areas of your life – habits,
thought processes, tools, rela-
tionships and more.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). It’s one thing to cherish
a relationship in your heart
and quite another to cherish it
through your deeds. While the
first is nice for you, the second
FAMILY CIRCUS is nice for both of you, and it
starts a ripple in the world at
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). Most people who don’t find
good answers weren’t looking
for them. The opposite example
will be you today, as you look for
ways to uplift the people around
you and find prime opportunities
to do so.

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sume to Accounting Di-
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