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WESSON — With three players posting career-high scoring totals, the 13th-ranked Lions of East Missis­sippi Community College collected their eighth consec­utive win and stayed unbeaten in conference play by claiming an 85-76 road win over Copiah-Lincoln during Satur­day’s MACCC makeup men’s basketball action played at Mullen Gymnasium.

Mississippi State (12-4, 3-1) won two big basketball games this week as they downed Georgia and No. 24 Alabama.

KCHS Senior Night set for Tuesday

The Kemper County Wildcats and Lady Wildcats each took their first division loss this past Friday falling to the Newton Tigers.

Newly hired Kemper County High School head football coach William Clay is excited about the opportunity to head up his own program, build a strong relation­ship with the community, and re­turn to his home stomping grounds.

The calendar moved over to 2022 this past weekend, so my hope is for more nor­malcy in the world rather than the insanity we experi­enced in 2020 and 2021.

I glanced to my right, and there, 30 yards away, stood the deer I’d been hoping to see. It had been a long morning. I was making the hunt for my friend Joe Thompson.

KCHS boys, girls set to face Philly Friday

The Kemper County Lady Wildcats earned a huge win this week over North­east Lauderdale in the Sam Dale Tournament , winning 63-28.

KCHS’s Miller Plays Well In All-Star Game

On Dec. 30 two Kemper County Wildcats were a part of the Inaugural Mag­nolia State North-South All-Star game played at East Central Community College in Decatur.

KA ready to get back to basketball court

The Kemper Academy Rams will return to basket­ball action on Friday as they will face Newton County Academy at home.

My team won the College Football National Championship on Monday night. Of course I knew it would before the game started. In fact I’ve been sure of it for more than a week.

SCOOBA — In a successful re­turn to the hardwood following the semester break, the Lady Lions of East Mississippi Com­munity College earned a 71-65 home victory over Copiah-Lin­coln during Thursday’s MACCC women’s basketball action played at Keyes T. Currie Coli­seum.

EMCC Lions improve three spots to No. 13 in NJCAA

SCOOBA — Another three-spot move upward has landed the East Mississippi Community College Lions at the No. 13 position in this week’s NJCAA Division I men’s basketball rankings.

KCHS hoops squads undefeated in district play

The Kemper County bas­ketball teams each ad­vanced to 2-0 in district play as they both earned wins over Philadelphia on Friday.

Kemper Academy set to host Calhoun Friday

Both Kemper Academy basket­ball teams took disappointing losses to open district play to Newton County Academy last week.

Managing for Antler Production: Part 3

A buck’s potential for antler development is contained within his genetic material. In other words, his antler potential is determined by the combination of DNA from both his sire and dam. The buck’s environment, or quality of his habitat, and his age affect the physical expression of his genetic potential for antler development.

KCHS, KA ready to return to hoops action

While it will be Tuesday night before Kemper Academy resumes basketball play for the 2022 portion of its schedule as the Rams and Lady Rams hit the road to face Columbus Christian, the Wildcats and Lady Wildcats of Kemper County High School were on the court this week.

It Would Be Robin Hood’s Finest Hour

The bow I carried on the hunt was decidedly superior to the one I wrote about in my book, Horizons East. It was, in fact, a Browning of good quality, but hunting with it had not led to any noticeable increase in the amount of venison I brought home.

Mississippi falls to Alabama in all-star game

The Alabama All-Stars blanked Mississippi in the 35th Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Game played in Hattiesburg by the convincing score of 20-0.

Managing for Antler Production: Part 1

The most effective approach to any deer management problem is to identify the biological and social factors that are limiting fulfillment of management goals. These limiting factors should be ranked in order of importance and addressed with management actions, emphasizing the most important limiting factors. Reliance on manipulation of any one limiting factor to increase the prevalence of larger antlered bucks, without understanding its relationship to other important factors dooms many efforts to frustration, if not failure. Antler production is clearly regulated by age, nutrition, and genetics. The solution to most antler production management problems usually incorporates all three factors, with an emphasis on age and nutrition.

Johnson, Wilson spark KA to sweep

The Kemper Academy Rams had a huge week in basketball this week with both teams earning powerful wins over Hebron.

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