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October 10, 2012 . + +: I SPORTS I www.stonecountyenterprise.com STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE 11. Pride excels at Oak Grove festival THE STONE HIGH PRIDE EARNED ALL SUPERIOR RATINGS IN BAND, PERCUSSION, COLOR GUARD AND DRUM MAJOR CATEGORIES SATURDAY AT THE OAK GROVE MARCHING FESTIVAL AT OAK GROVE HIGH SCHOOL. PRIDE DRUM MAJORS HAVEN ZAYDEL (BOTTOM LEFT) AND JESSlCA DEDEAUX (BOTTOM RIGHT) EARNED BEST IN CLASS 5A. PHOTO BY RANDALL ANDERSON. By Jody O'Hara OAK GROVE - The Stone High Pride received all superior rat- ings at Saturday's Oak Grove Marching Festival. The band was rated in four categories; band, percussion, color guard and drum majors. Drum majors Jessica Dedeaux and Haven Zaydel not only received superior ratings, they were voted Best in Class after having received the highest score for the day. The showing should have the Pride fired up for this week's Region 5 State Marching Festival at Miller Stadium in Gulfport. "(Oak Grove) was a competition we sort of use as a warm-up for this week," said band director Ida Mitchell. The Pride will stay home this Friday, with the approval of head football coach Adam Stone, to tune up for the Region 5 competition. "We'll have a run through of our show on our practice field at the Henry Rath Activity Center," Mitchell said. "We want to invite par- ents and members of the community to come out and give the band sup- port for Saturday." It was at last year's Region 5 festival the Pride received lower rat- ings. Success at this festival determines how far the band can go toward a state title. Mitchell said her musi- cians were eager to prove their mettle. "We are not overconfi- dent," she said. "Our kids are focused and working hard to put on the best show we can." Pair of victories for middle schoolers . By Jody O'Hara GULFPORT - The Stone Middle School 7th-grade football team continued its winning wiys with a 24-6 vict0ry over West Wortham last Ttiursday. Jakalyn Green gained 126 yards on just eight carries and amassed 82 of those yards on touch- down runs of 70 and 12 Yards as the Tomcats improved to 5-0. He also scored a 2- point conversion. Miles Allison scored the Tomcats' other touchdown when he took the snap and scam- pered 28 yards around the left end. Allison scored two 2- point corwersions. "We're moving the ball well but we can't let up," said coach Ben Bryan. ++I 'd6 thiiii/6fir iiext 'e6iiple of games will be the toughest of the season." The Tomcats visit Vancleave and East Central to finish the sea- son. Hunter Clark led the defense with five tackles while Blake Caudill forced a fumble which was recovered by Hunter White. Green was active on both sides of the ball, snagging an interception to go with his offensive numbers. "He's a pretty good athlete," Bryan said. Terrion Avery put up 171 all-purpose yards, scored touchdowns on a 66:yard run and a 59 yard punt return and added two 2-point con- versions to lead the 8th- graders in a 28-14 defeat of the Wolfpack. Mason Hunt blocked a punt and Aaron Yaeger recovered the ball in the end zone for another Tomcats TD as the 8th- graders moved to 4-1 on the season. Arion Harris capped the scoring with a 39- yard touchdown run. Trey Wegner made six tackles and forced a fumble while Justice Gray had five tackles and DeMarcus Grady added four tackles and a sack. This week's games at Vancleave were moved up to 'Tuesday to accom- modate nine-weeks test- ing and the middle school finishes its sea- son next Thursday at East Central. MGCCC ranked No. 9 Staff Report After a 34-0 shutout of long time rivals, Pearl River Community College, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is No. 9 in this week's NJCAA football Top 20. The Bulldogs (5-1) forced five turnovers making this win the sixth win against PRCC in seven years. Gulf Coast is now 2-1 in MACJC South Division play. Iowa Western remains at No. 1, followed by Butler County, Kansas at No. 2 and Arizona Western at No. 3. East Mississippi moved up one spot to No. 4, followed by Kilgore, Texas, Northwest Mississippi, Nassau, N.Y., ASA, N.Y., Gulf Coast and Snow, Utah. Navarro, Texas is No. 11, with Hutchinson, Kansas, Copiah-Lincoln, Louisburg, N.C., Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, Iowa Central, Central Lakes, Minn., Rochester, Minn., Tech and Jones County. DuPage, Ill. and New Mexico Military are tied for No. 20. Attract the Big Ones, when you plant the right Food! ' ; :garden. Seeds, Fertilizer & Plants Stone County Hospital is available 24 hours a day through its fully staffed Emergency Department and Ambulance Service and has extended our services to include Sleep Lab, MRI and Fleclast Therapy by appointment only. 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