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I SPORTS I April 25, 2012 www.stonecountyenterprise.com Lee tied for third in standings Wire Report Shaw has sole posses- Michael Arnold of points. There is a new point sion of the second spot Hattiesburg in the Billy The 2OlO NeSmith leader on top of the in the NeSmith Riels Racing GRT and Chevrolet Weekly 2012 NeSmith Chevrolet Chevrolet Weekly Brent Barrett of Racing Series East Weekly Racing Series Racing Series standings Cleveland in the Custom Region champion and standings after Week 4 with 198 points, just Spraying, Inc. GRT are 2Oll NeSmith chevrolet competition that saw nine different winners in ten races. Mickey Trosclair of Luling, La. leads the standings with 2o5 points after his fourth straight win at Pike County Speedway in McComb driving the J. Dunning Sandblasting & Paint Special. Even though it was a 4o-point win, Trosclair used 25 bonus points on Saturday night for his fourth consecutive race with perfect attendance at Pike County Speedway to put him in the lead of the NeSmith Chevrolet Weekly Racing Series standings with 205 points. Jeremy Shaw of Millport, Ala. traveled to Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Ala. on Saturday night and took his second win of the season driving the Summit Resource Development Trak-Star. seven point behind Troselair. Shannon Lee of Stone County and the 2Oll and two-time NeSmith Chevrolet Weekly Racing Series West Region Champion Jim MeDuffie of Meridian both had wins in Week 4 competition and are tied for the third spot in the standings with 197 points. Lee grabbed his sec- ond win of the season on Friday night at Hattiesburg Motorsports Park in the Billy Riels Racing Trak- Star, and McDuffie took his second win of the season on Saturday night at Whynot Motorsports Park driv- ing the MeDuffie Racing Trak-Star. Justin McRee of Cottondale, Ala. holds down the fifth spot with 192 points in the High Roller Race Cars Special. tied for the sixth spot in the NeSmith Chevrolet Weekly Racing Series standings with 187 points. Tony Lawson of Laurel in the Lawson Construction Special and Scott Ladner of Lumberton in the Billy Riels Racing GRT are tied for the eighth spot in the NeSmith Chevrolet Weekly Racing Series standings with 186 points. Billy Riels Racing has three team cars in the Top 10 of the point standings. Ryan King of Seymour, Tenn. rounds out the Top lO of the NeSmith Chevrolet Weekly Racing Series standings with 183 points driving the Brian King Roofing Stinger. Just 22 points separate the Top 10, and only 15 points separate second through tenth spots. First through 2oth spot are separated by 35 Dirt Late Model Series VP Racing Fuels Rookie of the Year Chase Edge of Lafayette, Ala. had a busy and successful week. Edge started his racing week off on Wednesday at Talladega Super Speedway where he took his first drive on an asphalt race track dur- ing a test session in an ARCA super speedway car. Edge reached speeds over 18o miles per hour during the ses- sion. It was back to his dirt late model race car for Edge on Friday and Saturday, as he notched up two wins. On Friday night, Edge drove the Edge's Gas Company Special to his second straight win at Penton Raceway in Penton, Ala., and then followed that up with a victory on Saturday night at East Alabama Motor Speedway in Fhenix City, Ala.. MGCCC tennis team hangs tough at MACJC Tournament TUPELO---After one day of action, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is among the top three teams in men's and women's play of the 2012 MACJC Tournament hosted by Itawamba. In men's action, Itawamba leads with 9 points, followed by Jones with 8, and Gulf Coast with 6. Co-Lin is in fourth with 5 points. On the women's side, Itawamba and Jones are tied for first with 9 points while Gulf Coast is third with 8. On the day, the Bulldog team only dropped two out of 19 matches. The top three teams in men's and women's play advance to the Region 23 Tournament in Meridian Apr. 25-26. Motocross excitement set to, start Stone County MX will be hosting its first races this weekend. Praclice will run born 9:30 a.m. to a p.m. r, aturday and from/':30-9 a.m. Sunday. Starting Saturday, April 28 we will be having a practice horn 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. There will be a mandatory riders' meeting at 9:30 a.m. Sunday and racing gets under way at 10. Camping is available for self. contained campers and costs $20 per night. Concessions will be open Saturday and Sunday. The track is in the best shape ever with newly added obstacles to challenge riders and entertain fans. MGCCC golf team takes 5th straight Region 23 title TUPELO---As far as championship rings go, it's one for the thumb for Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. The Bulldog golf team shot 299-316---615 in chilly, windy conditions over two days at Big Oaks Golf Club in Tupelo to claim a fifth straight Region 23 golf title. The victory comes a week after Gulf Coast took home its third straight MACAC cham- pionship and completes an unprecedented run of winning all seven MACAC/Region 23 events in 2o12. "It's a tremendous accomplishment for this team, and the players I've had during the past few years," said Gulf Coast golf coach Tommy Snell. "The kids played well and competed hard all season long. I could- n't be happier with their effort." Gulf Coast began the final round one stroke ahead of second place Co-Lin and extended the final margin to seven over the Wolves (30o- 322---622) and third. place finisher Northwest (3o2-323---625). "The wind combined with chilly temperatures made it tough on every- one," Snell added. "But our guys stayed focused and got the job done even though everyone else was gunning for them. To go undefeated in State and Regional play is phenomenal." Bulldog sophomore Marcus Fox shot 75-76-- -151 to earn the tourna- ment's Low Medalist honors. Gulf Coast, ranked No. 9 in the latest NJCAA D-II poll and No. I according to golfs- tat.com, will celebrate the victory then prepare for another trip to the NJCAA D-II National Tournament May 22-25 at Swan Lake Resort in Plymouth, IN. I want to subscribe to the Stone County Enterprise '25? 0 per year I *37. per year ] 0042. ................................ per year I Inside Stone County[ Outside Stone County I ] Outside State I ......................... j t Name Address ity , ........ Phone State Zip Fill out and mail to P. O. Box 157, Wiggins, MS 39577 or bring by the office at 143 S. First Street (601) 928-4802 STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE ]L3A GIF00EFS & Bags For Mot00Ler's All under $2.5 Shop Early for best selection00 +-m47+-+2++ l tllmlu Imll t M The Wicker Tree Contraband jR-Drama/Horror) oung Christians Beth and Steve, a gospel singer and her cowboy boyfriend, leave Texas to preach door-to-door in Scotland. When. after ini- tial abuse, lhey are wel- comed with joy aml elation to Tressock. the holder fief- dora of Sir Lachlan Morrison. they assume their hosts simply want to hear more about Jesus. How inn()- cent and wrong they are. Night Wolf (R-Horror) Sarah returns home to her troubled family after a much-put-off visit. As night falls they're cut off from the outside world, and a blotl- thirsty, horrifying creature comes out of the darkness. Trapped and scared, the few who survive its initial attack will put a strategic plan toe, ether 1o slop the creature that is hunting them down limb by limb, only to discov- er that the creature, itself, is already among them. The lnkeepers (R-Horror) After over one hundred years of service, The Yankee Pedlar Inn is shutting its doors for good. The last remaining employees -Claire and Luke are deternfined to uncover proof of what many believe to be one of New England's most haunted hotels. As the Inn's final days draw near, odd guests check in as the pair of minimum wage "ghost hunters" begin to experience strange and alarming events that may ultimately cause them to be mere footnotes in the hotel's long unexplained history. Dark Tide (PG- 13Suspence/Advenmre) Kate is a shark expen whose business has been failing since a shark attack killed a fellow diver under her com- mand. Once dubbed "the shark whisperer," Kate is haunted by the memory of the attack and unable to get back into the water. Kate's old flame Jeff presents her with a lucrative oppoaunity: lead a thrill-seeking million- aire businessman on a dan- gerous shark dive, outside the cage. (R-Suspense/Action) Contraband, is a fast-paced thriller about a man trying to stay out of a world he worked so hard to leave behind and the family he'll do anything to protect. Set in New Orleans, the film explores the cutthroat under- ground world of internation- al smuggling---lull of des- perate criminals and corrupt officials, high-stakes md big payoffs--where loyalty rarely exists and death is one wrong turn away. Albatross (Not Rated-Drama) 17-year-old Emelia who believes she is following in the k)otsteps of her great- grandfather Sir Arthur Conan Doyle by pursuing a writing career, takes a job at a B&B owned by [bnner writer Jonathan Fischer. and run by his wife Joa. Sensing emerg- ing talent in Emelia, Jonathan begins to tutor her, leading to a relationship that soon develops into a secret affair. Cowboys & Indian's (PC;- 13-Western/Adventure) In this action-packed we.st- em, a former cavalry officer is called back into action to rescue a beautiful maiden from the clutches a band of renegade Black Claw Indians led by a frightening medi- cine man, with the fate of the frontier hanging in the bal- alice Mother's Love (PG-Family/Drama) Regina Reynolds is a strong black woman in the truest sense! But her taste for the good life didn't necessarily include her husband Marcus or her daughter Monica. It truly takes "A Mothers Love" from Georgia to pray her down to earth. UFC 142 (Not Rated-Sports) The UFC returned to Rio with a featherweight Imt between Brazilian idol Jose Aldo and the undefeated Chad Mendes. Also on tap were a showdown between Vitor Belfort and knockout king Anthony "Rumble" Johnn The Video Center Call to reserve your copy of the newest releases/ 601-928-7106 628C Hall St, Wiggins