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August 12, 2015 STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE PAGE 1B SPORTS By Don Hammack heads over there and made some plays in the Mississippi Gulf Coast secondary," he said. "On hit the field at 8:30 last the line of scrimmage Thursday morning for we made it tough on the first practice of fall some runs. I was really camp. pleased with how they The Bulldogs are ran to the football." pointed toward an Aug. The most encouraging 27 opener at Northeast part of the offensive Mississippi and have 18 work was ball security. more practices before First days are some- hitting their game-week times littered with slop- routine, piness. The Bulldogs "I was pleased with the weren't perfect in that energy," Gulf Coast respect, but Huff coach Chad Huff said. thought they did well. "Day I of fall camp, "We did a good job of there were typical mis- taking care of the foot- takes by the young guys. ball," he said. "You're Half your football team installing and usually is freshman adapting to have a 10t of balls on the their first college foot- ground. Today I saw us ball practice, taking care of the foot- "We started really well, ball which is a really, hit a little lull in the really good sign." middle, but a lot of lead- The Bulldogs came ers stepped up and through their summer pulled us together in the school session excelling end." in the classroom as well Huffsaid his defense as on the field. The play- ran to the ball and com- ers completed more municated well. than 500 credit hours "I'm pleased defensive- with a 3.31 GPA. ly, we've got some old Conditioning was the Mississippi Gulf Coast kicked off practice last Thursday. MGCCC photo by Don Hammack. name of the game for weight room and in where we are now," he rice. We didn't have those sessions, and Gulf other drills paid off. said. 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ASKING YOUR DOCT[OR! i i Angust 25th is vmT tter attention to detail, quickly approaching and ability to multi-task, and Stone County Citizens her professional tour- are faced with a PfimaD" tesy to evelTone who Election Runoff for the came in contact with the position of Circuit Clerk. office demonstrated her Having spent the last 24 ability to flflfilt the obli- years serving as your gations of the Circuit Circuit Clerk, I want to Clerk's Office. take the opportuniD." to Circuit Court and share my honest and Elections are two of the sincere thoughts regard- most important respon- ing this vmT important sibilities of the Circuit decision when you go to Clerk. Treba has proven the polls to cast your herself and her abilib to vote. perform the Clerk's Four years ago, I hired duties in the Circuit Treba Da 4s to fill a Clerk's Office and in the vacant Depub Circuit Courtroom, working Clerk position and she with Circuit Court impressed me from the Judges, the District beginning. I could sense Attorney's Office and her drive, see her pro- Criminal and CM1 fessional demeanor, and Attorneys, and she has was pleased to have her the experience necessa on board as my newest to maintain SEMS, the employee. Treba Statewide Election learned fast and picked Management System, up new tasks and per- and conduct an election. formed them with profi- Treba learned skills and eiency. She excelled in functions that take years her duties as Deputy to perfect and you sire- Circuit Clerk and also in ply cannot and wilt not other areas of the find a more dedicated Clerk's office, taking on Circuit Clerk than Treba any of the wide range of Davis. She is honest, duties associated with sincere and driven and day to day operation, her work ethic and work The Stone High Tomcats football team hem Midnight Madness last Friday. The event marked the first date teams could practice in full pads. Coach Adam Stone used the event to cccomplish several things. The team met at the fieldhouse, held meetings and weight training sessions and then moved to Reynolds Field for the practice session at mMnight. The team then returned to the fieldhouse for an overnight stay and coaches cooked breakfast for the team Saturday morning. The Tomcats will travel to Bay High for a one-half scrimmage Friday evening. The junior varsity will play at 5:30 p.m. and the varsity scrimmage will follow. Enterprise photo by Jody O'Hara histoD; certainly illus- trate that Treba is invested in the Circuit Average retail gasoline month ago. The national weeks, a level that hasn't Clerk's Office and that prices in Mississippiaverage has decreased been reached since the she is an asset to Stone have fallen 4-9 cents per 16.2 cents per gallon Energy Information County. gallon in the past week, during the last month Administration began 1 began serving as averaging $2.24/g and stands 87.9 cents publishing the data in Circuit Clerk of Stone Sunday, according to per gallon lower than 199o, that explains why County in 1992 and I GasBuddy's daily survey this day one year ago.the national average have seia ed the Citizens of 2,o14 gas outlets in "The powerful eombi- price of gas shed 6 cents of Stone CountT with the Mississippi. This com- nation of declining per gallon in the past honor and dignity that I pares with the national crude oil prices and week," DeHaan noted. believe the Circuit average that has fallen robust production from"Even with the extraor- 5.4 cents per gallon in U.S. refineries continues dinary price spikes in Clerk's Office desetwes, the last week to to pummel retail gaso-California earlier this When I made the deci- $2.6o/g, according toline prices nationwidesummer that inflated sion to retire from office gasoline price website and it's a trend we the national average, at the end of this year, I expect to continue," said improving conditions encouraged Treba to Including the change Patrick DeHaan, seniorthere have brought the seek tlie position of in gas prices in petroleum analyst withstate average from its Circuit Clerk and I have Mississippi during the GasBuddy. "With West mid-July peak at $3.90 not taken lightly nay past week, prices Texas Intermediate slip- down to $3.60 today decision to endorse her. Sunday were 97.7 cents ping to $43.75 per bar- and that average is 31 I am proud of nay serv- per gallon lower thanrel on Friday and cents less than what ice to the Citizens of the same day one yearrefineries exceeding 17 Californians were look- Stone Count) and I ago and are 21.7 cents million barrels per day ing at last year," added know that Treba will per gallon lower than a in each of the past four Gregg Laskoski, another cant on with the same senior petroleum ana- integrity with which I lyst with GasBuddy. have served. "Overall Americans are I offer Treba Davis my paying 88 cents per gal- flfil support and ask that lon less than what we Because your pets are part of yourwere paying a year ago you do the same on ] ~ family, you want theln to ] and some states like August., z5th., , I have the best care [ _ I Indiana and Kentucky Sincerely and Very p,,ssiN and Respectfidly, I stuff are dedicated to to II are saving more than $1 Kenny ttatten | ~ seeing they get it. ~ | gallon versus last year at I~ Call us Today! ~ .| this time." Pd. Po1. Adv. Democratic candidate for VOTE TUESDAY, AUGUST 25TH