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Affidavit: Catholic priest covered up
HIV diagnosis, misused donations
By Alex Holloway eral accusations Online
aholloway@cdispatch.com against the priest n AFFIDA- St. Joseph’s Cath-
in the ongoing VIT: View olic Church in
A Starkville priest is in the cross-hairs of a investigation, in- the affidavit Starkville is pic-
federal investigation into allegations of fraud cluding that he implicating tured. The priest
and has been removed from duty at St. Jo- priest online of St. Joseph’s
lied about hav- at cdispatch.
seph’s Catholic Church. ing cancer after com. was implicated in
Father Lenin Vargas-Gutierrez has been being diagnosed an affidavit filed
accused of purposeful “schemes for obtain- Vargas by an investiga-
with HIV and used donated
tor with the U.S.
ing money by means of false and fraudulent funds for personal expenses. Department of
pretense.” In a 37-page affidavit, William G. The affidavit also accuses Vargas of lying to Homeland Secu-
Childers, a special agent with the U.S. De- his parishioners about collecting funds for an rity.
partment of Homeland Security, lays out sev- See Priest, 6A Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff

Russian-
Waverley Mansion has potential buyer roulette-style
game claims
New Hope
man’s life
Shooting ruled an
accident; no one facing
charges
By ISABELLE ALTMAN
ialtman@cdispatch.com

A 20-year-old man
has died after he
and several others
were apparently play-
ing a Russian rou-
lette-style game over
the weekend.
Lowndes County Merchant
Dispatch file photo
Coroner Greg Mer-
Waverley Mansion, an 8,000 square-foot home in Clay County, is pictured in this 2012 Dispatch file photo. Natalie
Morgan of Starkville Properties, the listing agent for the property, confirmed Monday there is a pending offer on chant confirmed Dar-
the mansion. The identity of the buyer has not been disclosed. ren Tyler Hall died
Sunday at University

Sale pending on antebellum home after drastic price drop of Mississippi Med-
ical Center in Jack-
son from a gunshot
By Slim Smith “It went under con- amount of the offer aren’t being wound he sustained
ssmith@cdispatch.com tract (Sunday),” said disclosed, but there had been a dra- Saturday night at a Arledge
Morgan, who took matic change in the listing price. neighbor’s home at 1817 Phillips
Although details are few, it ap- over the listing from When Crye-Leike owner Dick Hill Road in New Hope. Authorities
pears historic Waverley Mansion Crye-Leike after that Leike listed the home in August responded to the scene at about
may soon have a new owner. agency’s one-year 2017, the property was listed for 7:30 p.m.
Natalie Morgan of Starkville contract expired in $2.9 million.
According to Lowndes County
Properties, the listing agent for August. “That’s re- But the current listing offers
Morgan Sheriff Mike Arledge, no one is fac-
the property, confirmed Monday ally all I can tell you the house at $1.2 million, although
there is a pending offer on the 8,000 ing charges for Hall’s death, which
until the sale closes.” Morgan would not confirm if that
square-foot home located on 34 was the price agreed upon by the has been ruled an accident.
The identity of the buyer, where
acres in eastern Clay County. the buyer currently lives and the See Waverley, 6A He told The Dispatch Hall was
playing a game that was either
Russian roulette or similar with a
See Accidental death, 6A

City faces lawsuit from bystander injured in officer-involved shooting
Woman claims she was shot in her vehicle when CPD among oth-
er charges,
was shot in her vehicle
on Nov. 4, 2017, outside a
nightclub. Mississippi Bu-
reau of Investigation is in-
officer opened fire on another subject against Of-
ficer Jared
nightclub near 22nd and
College streets where
vestigating the shooting.
According to court
By ISABELLE ALTMAN year ago has filed a feder- whether she should re- Booth, the Booth opened fire on an- documents, Jones was
ialtman@cdispatch.com
al lawsuit against the city ceive damages after alleg- City of Co- other subject.
sitting in her vehicle out-
lumbus and Booth, who is current-
A Lowndes County and the officer she says ing excessive use of force, side the nightclub, the
Columbus ly on administrative leave
woman shot as a bystand- shot her. multiple violations of Police De- Booth for the shooting, shot and Premier Lounge, waiting
er in an officer-involved Morkiter Jones has re- her constitutional rights partment. According to killed 24-year-old Ray- on friends to leave the
shooting in Columbus a quested a jury determine and gross negligence, court documents, Jones mond Davis outside the See Booth, 3A

Weather Five Questions Calendar Local Folks Public
1 St. Croix, St. John and St. Thomas Today through Monday, Nov. 19 meetings
are part of what U.S. territory? Nov. 15:
■ OCC Collection Week: Drop off
2 Who has never been Batman — Rob- Lowndes County
ert Downey Jr., Christian Bale, George Operation Christmas Child boxes at the
Supervisors, 9
Clooney, Val Kilmer or Adam West? Columbus Collection Center at the Troop 3
a.m., County
3 What member of the Shoshone tribe Boy Scout Hut, 221 Second Ave. N. (next Courthouse
appeared on the Golden Dollar coin in to the farmers market) 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. Nov. 20: Colum-
Cooper Lyon 2000? 13-16; 1-3 p.m. Nov. 17; 2-4 p.m. Nov. 18;
4 What standard newspaper feature bus City Council,
Second grade, Annunciation and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 19. Visit samari- 5 p.m. Municipal
first appeared in the New York World tanspurse.org.

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Tuesday
Say What?
Did you hear? “Incredible accomplishment to be back in the
championship game.”
Michelle Obama memoir is next EMCC football coach Buddy Stephens, whose team will
face No. 2 Garden City C.C. (10-0) at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov.
pick for Winfrey book club 29, in the NJCAA national championship game. Story, 1B.

Former first lady’s Tuesday and is among the

Congress returns to new
most anticipated political
book comes out memoirs in years, topping
Amazon.com’s best-seller
Tuesday list throughout the week-

By HILLEL ITALIE
AP National Writer
end. On Monday, Barnes
& Noble announced that
pre-orders for “Becoming”
dynamic, GOP shutdown threat
were the highest for any
Republicans will try
More races go to Democrats,
NEW YORK — Mi- adult book since Harper
chelle Obama’s “Becom-
ing,” already expected to
Lee’s “Go Set a Watchman,”
which came out in 2015.
to deliver on Trump’s
including Senate seat in Arizona
sell millions of copies, now
has the official backing of
Winfrey, publishing’s
most established hit maker,
promise to fund the
Oprah Winfrey.
“This book is every-
knows the Obamas well, to border wall, which could
the point where Michelle By STEVE PEOPLES
thing you wanted to know
and so much you didn’t
Obama and Ellen DeGe- spark a partial federal The Associated Press
neres once teased each
even know you wanted to other over who was closer government shutdown NEW YORK — No, it wasn’t a blue wave. But a week after the voting,
know. I believe it’s going to her. Winfrey was a prom- Democrats are riding higher than they thought on election night.
to spark within you the By LISA MASCARO As vote counting presses on in several states, the Democrats have
inent backer of Barack
desire to think about your AP Congressional Correspondent steadily chalked up victories across the country, firming up their grip
Obama’s candidacy in 2008
own becoming,” Winfrey, and has interviewed both on the U.S. House and statehouses. The slow roll of wins has given the
WASHINGTON — Congress party plenty to celebrate.
who on Monday told The Obamas over the years. returns to a changed political land-
Associated Press in a state- She is scheduled to be on- President Donald Trump was quick to claim victory for his party on
scape Tuesday as newly-elected
ment that she had selected stage Tuesday night with election night. But the Democrats, who hit political rock bottom just
lawmakers arrive in Washington,
“Becoming” for her book Michelle Obama at Chica- two years ago, have now picked up at least 32 seats in the House — and
the parties elect new leadership
club. “It’s so well-written go’s United Center, the first lead in four more — in addition to flipping seven governorships and
and incumbents square off for one
I can hear her voice; I can stop on Obama’s promo- eight state legislative chambers.
final legislative sprint before House
hear her expressions; I can tional tour. They are on track to lose two seats in the Senate in a year both par-
Democrats take power.
feel her emotion. What she “Thank you, Oprah!” Voters swept away eight years ties predicted more. On Monday night, Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sine-
allows us to see is how she Obama tweeted Monday. of House Republican control in last ma won Arizona’s Senate race, beating Republican Rep. Martha McSal-
was able to discover, define “I’ve been so grateful for week’s election, creating a new po- ly to take the seat held by retiring GOP Sen. Jeff Flake.
and then refine her voice.” your friendship and advice litical dynamic that’s challenging The overall results in the first nationwide election of the Trump pres-
In “Becoming,” Obama for so long. And now I’m President Donald Trump even be- idency represent the Democratic Party’s best midterm performance
shares such deeply person- honored to join your amaz- fore the new 116th Congress begins since Watergate.
al revelations as suffering ing book club!” in January.
a miscarriage and sharply Winfrey already has For their last act, Republicans will “House Democrats are anything engagements, but stand our ground
criticizes President Donald taped an interview with try to deliver on Trump’s promise to but lame ducks,” Democratic Lead- when we must.”
Trump for promoting the Obama, which airs Thurs- fund the border wall, which could er Nancy Pelosi wrote Monday to Against this backdrop, dozens of
false “birther” rumor that day on the OWN network, spark a partial federal government colleagues, saying Democrats are new House lawmakers and a handful
Barack Obama was not a and excerpts of the book shutdown in weeks. Newly embold- “flying high and taking pride” in the of new senators arrived for a whirl-
U.S. citizen. The former will appear in O, the Oprah ened Democrats are in no mood to greatest Democratic sweep of the wind orientation session. They will
first lady’s book comes out Magazine and in Elle. cooperate over wall money. Instead, House since the Watergate election take their official photos, meet col-
they’ll be pushing to protect special of 1974. They picked up at least 32 leagues and take what could prove
counsel Robert Mueller’s probe seats, with several races still unde- to be the toughest vote of their early
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The Commercial Dispatch (USPS 142-320)
Published daily except Saturday. Entered at the post office at Columbus, Mississippi.
US colleges attracting fewer new students from abroad
Periodicals postage paid at Columbus, MS The Associated Press colleges and universities international students Education, a nonprofit
POSTMASTER, Send address changes to: fell again last year, the dropped by about 7 per- research group based in
The Commercial Dispatch, P.O. Box 511, Columbus, MS 39703
Published by Commercial Dispatch Publishing Company Inc., The number of foreign second straight decline cent in fall 2017, accord- New York.
516 Main St., Columbus, MS 39703 students heading to U.S. after more than a decade ing to an annual report The overall number
of growth, a new report released Tuesday by the of foreign students in the
FIVE-DAY FORECAST FOR THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE finds. State Department and the U.S. still increased slight-
Enrollment of new Institute of International ly, by 1.5 percent, fueled
by growing numbers
of students who stayed
for temporary work af-
TONIGHT WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Mostly cloudy and cold Mostly cloudy, a little Cold with times of Plenty of sun Plenty of sun ter graduation. But the
rain; cold clouds and sun number of newly arriv-
32° 42° 31° 44° 28° 55° 33° 60° 36° ing students slid to about
271,000, the lowest levels
ALMANAC DATA since 2013.
Columbus Monday
TEMPERATURE HIGH LOW The report’s authors
Monday 52° 48° cited sharper competi-
Normal 68° 43° tion from other countries
Record 83° (1955) 24° (1950)
PRECIPITATION (in inches) including Australia and
Monday 2.11 Canada, along with the
Month to date 6.08 rising cost of education
Normal month to date 1.75
Year to date 56.30 in the U.S. They largely
Normal year to date 47.25 dismissed worries among
TOMBIGBEE RIVER STAGES some colleges that the
In feet as of Flood 24-hr. White House’s policies
7 a.m. Mon. Stage Stage Chng.
Amory 20 11.55 -0.15
and rhetoric surround-
Bigbee 14 4.50 -0.40 Shown are tomorrow’s noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. ing immigration could be
Columbus 15 5.63 -0.12 Showers T-Storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Cold Warm Stationary Jetstream driving students away.
Fulton 20 9.43 -0.69
Tupelo 21 1.57 -0.12
-10s -0s 0s 10s 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 100s 110s
“We’re not hearing that
WED THU WED THU
students feel they can’t
LAKE LEVELS City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W
In feet as of 24-hr. Atlanta 50/40/r 48/35/c Nashville 46/36/r 45/32/sn come here. We’re hearing
Boston 38/23/pc 36/33/c Orlando 85/70/t 77/49/sh
7 a.m. Mon. Capacity Level Chng.
Chicago 38/23/s 42/29/pc Philadelphia 42/30/pc 39/36/sn that they have choices,”
Aberdeen Dam 188 163.23 none Dallas 46/29/c 58/37/s Phoenix 71/45/pc 76/48/s Allan Goodman, president
Stennis Dam 166 136.93 none Honolulu 85/70/pc 84/72/pc Raleigh 47/35/c 43/39/r
Bevill Dam 136 136.48 +0.14 Jacksonville 71/64/t 68/40/r Salt Lake City 51/30/s 53/33/s
and CEO of the institute,
SOLUNAR TABLE Memphis 41/31/r 39/30/pc Seattle 55/49/sh 55/50/c said in a call with report-
The solunar period indicates peak feeding times for
Weather(W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice. ers. “For the first time, we
fish and game.
Major Minor Major Minor SUN AND MOON MOON PHASES have real competition.”
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‘Public hanging’ remark puts spotlight on Miss. Senate race
‘Any attempt to turn this into a negative connotation is ridiculous’ future and put a painful coda to
an election season marked by a
Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith resurgence of racism in South-
By EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS culture secretary Mike Espy, a remark “disappointing and ern politics.
and ERRIN HAINES WHACK “It really rocked folks,” said
black Democrat, in a runoff Nov. harmful.”
The Associated Press Democrat Rukia Lumumba,
27. She was captured on video “It reinforces stereotypes
co-director of The Electoral
praising a supporter by declar- that we’ve been trying to get
JACKSON — A video of a Justice Project and a native
white U.S. senator from Mis- ing, “If he invited me to a public away from for decades, stereo-
Mississippian whose family has
sissippi making a flip reference hanging, I’d be on the front row.” types that continue to harm our Hyde-Smith Espy deep roots in the state’s politics
to a “public hanging” is incens- After the video was made economy and cost us jobs,” he and civil rights activism. “The
ing voters in a special election public Sunday, Hyde-Smith said told MSNBC’s Chris Matthews. say about it,” she said. fact that she has yet to apolo-
runoff, drawing attention to the her remark Nov. 2 at a campaign At a news conference Mon- Republicans have been gize, to recognize the impact
state’s history of lynching and event in Tupelo was “an exag- day with Republican Gov. Phil counting on a Hyde-Smith vic- of her comments or that people
boosting Democrats’ hope of gerated expression of regard” Bryant by her side, a stone- tory over Espy as they try to ex- have suffered ... I hope it makes
pulling off a stunner in the Deep for a friend who invited her to faced Hyde-Smith refused to pand their Senate majority. Her us feel the urgency.”
South. speak. “Any attempt to turn this answer questions about the remark may not slow her down The words undoubtedly
Republican Cindy Hyde- into a negative connotation is ri- hanging remark. in the deeply conservative state, raised the profile of a race that
Smith is facing former con- diculous,” she said. “I put out a statement yester- but it has highlighted a battle has largely flown under the na-
gressman and former U.S. agri- Espy on Monday called the day, and that’s all I’m going to between Mississippi’s past and tional radar.

Church to name Alabama, Mississippi clergy accused of abuse
‘We join with all people of good will in praying for victims of clergy personnel file from
the last almost seven de-
tal problem,” a statement
from Bishop Louis F. Kih-
who was accused of inap-
propriate sexual contact
abuse and earnestly urge all institutions, public and private, cades. This effort is under
way and will be complet-
neman III said. with a girl in the early
About 86,000 people 1980s.
to shine a light of truth on a serious societal problem’ ed as quickly as possible,”
Rodi said in the statement
are members of Roman A grand jury report
Bishop Louis F. Kihneman III Catholic churches in the released earlier this year
released Thursday. two states, which had 126 in Pennsylvania detailed
The Associated Press A statement from Arch- plus Jackson and Biloxi in The Biloxi diocese resident priests last year, decades of abuse and
bishop Thomas J. Rodi of Mississippi, and the arch- said it would forward any
according to an annual cover-up in six dioceses
MOBILE, Ala. — Ro- Mobile said each of the diocese is in Mobile. of its names to the office
report released by the there, alleging that more
man Catholic church in Jackson should cases
four Catholic dioceses in The Mobile office will church office in Mobile. than 1,000 children had
predate its 1977 founding.
offices in Alabama and the two states will report release names involved in In June, the Diocese been abused through
“We join with all peo-
Mississippi will publicly the names of people who accusations dating back ple of good will in pray- of Jackson released the the years by about 300
release the names of cler- were removed from min- to 1950, Rodi said. He ing for victims of abuse name of a church deacon priests.
gy members accused of istry after being accused did not say when the list and earnestly urge all
sexually abusing minors of abuse. would be made public. institutions, public and
over decades, church Diocese offices are in “It is a time-consuming private, to shine a light of
leaders said. Birmingham, Alabama, effort to examine each truth on a serious socie-

Booth
Continued from Page 1A
business when police, in- the lawsuit and said he until after consulting with
cluding Booth, arrived at plans to prepare a formal Booth.
the scene responding to a response once the suit
call of shots fired. Davis, has been legally served.
who had become involved He added “most of the
in a fight over a handgun facts” alleged in the suit
with another man, be- are not accurate.
gan to run when Booth “I’ll give you one exam-
ordered him to stop. The Turnage Reynolds
ple,” he said. “They claim
documents say Davis ages including medical that (Davis) was running
“complied with the offi- bills, as well as damages away and that Booth shot
cer’s order, stopped and for “pain and suffering, him while he was running
turned while still holding mental anguish, and emo- away, and that’s just not
the gun.” tional distress” and “loss correct.
Booth ordered Davis of quality of life,” accord- “I personally have re-
multiple times to drop the
ing to court documents. viewed the body cam vid-
gun, the documents say,
Jones’ attorney, Brad eo,” he added. “And that’s
and then fired multiple
rounds at Davis. Morris of Oxford, did not not what it depicts.”
During the shooting, return a call from The Booth’s attorney, Jeff
the documents say, one Dispatch by press time. Reynolds of Jackson, con-
of Jones’ friends got into Columbus city attor- firmed he is aware of the
the vehicle where Jones ney Jeff Turnage told The lawsuit but declined to
was and the two drove to Dispatch he is aware of comment on the record
Jones’ home a few blocks
away. When Jones exit-
ed the vehicle, she “felt
sharp pains in her right
hand and abdomen” and
realized she had been
shot.
In her complaint, Jones
alleges not only that
Booth put her in unneces-
sary danger, but that his
actions show CPD had not
adequately trained him
in how to deal with a po-
tentially armed suspect in
public places when there
are innocent bystanders
in the vicinity. The suit
also alleges Booth, who
had recently been sus-
pended without pay for
posting racially insensi-
tive content on Facebook,
opened fire on Davis, an
African-American, with-
out provocation and the
CPD should have known
Booth had a history of
racial insensitivity and
given him more training
before sending him on
patrol in a minority neigh-
borhood.
“Such heedless and
reckless disregard of
Jones’ rights, safety and
welfare is more than
momentary thoughtless-
ness, inadvertance or
misjudgment,” the court
documents say.
Jones is suing for past
and future economic dam-

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Letter to the editor
Voice of the people
Thoughts on giving
after new tax law
The New Year is coming, and it
is time to think of taxes and how
we can lessen the amount that we
will be paying in April of next year.
The Tax Cuts and Job Act (TCJA)
that went into effect in December
of 2017 was designed to lower
our overall tax burden, but it also
eliminated the tax benefits for most
charitable donations.
The TCJA nearly doubled the
standard deduction for individuals
and couples and it may not make
sense for people who have itemized
in the past to do so this year. One
group of people, however, still have
an incentive to make donations to
a charitable group. If you are 70 ½
years of age or older and must take
required minimum distributions
(RMD) from an IRA each year,
you can reduce your tax burden
by donating all or a portion of your Mississippi voices
RMD directly from your IRA to a
charitable organization. (The con-
tribution must come directly from
your IRA so you will have to ask
your financial advisor to carry this
One way or the other, voters to make electoral history
OXFORD —For weeks if Smith hugs and kisses. It nearly enough to be decisive. Too, it’s
out.) Since money coming to you not months, there is media was more like, “She’ll have to not likely that any McDaniel voters will
from your IRA is taxable, having and coffee club speculation do until voters wake up.” cross into his camp.
the RMD go directly to the chari- about the hearts and minds Speculation was that turn- Because Espy campaigns as an
table organization will lower your of American voters. Then out would be up, and it was. honest broker as opposed to a zealot,
taxable income and likely lower the election day comes, and we Thirty-five percent more his challenge is to find a way to fire up
amount of taxes you will owe at the find out. The answer in Mis- ballots were cast last week his likely voters, perhaps to actually
end of the year. sissippi was, “We’re pretty than in the 2014 midterms. increase his total. The voters are out
As the director of a local much where we were two It could be that energized there, by the way. Last week’s statewide
non-profit organization, I’ve always years ago, four years ago, six Democrats formed much of turnout was 860,000. Two years ago
been amazed at how generous the years ago …” the increase. For example, in the presidential contest, 1.2 million
citizens of Starkville are and don’t Much in the political while incumbent U.S. Sen. ballots were cast. In numbers, where
expect to see a large decrease in realm is counter-intuitive. Charlie Mitchell Roger Wicker won convinc- Espy won 351,00 votes last week, Hillary
donations because of the new tax The prime example is that ingly, state Sen. David Baria, Clinton won 485,000 Mississippi votes
laws. We care about each other while Congress, as a whole, his Democratic opponent, in 2016.
and support organizations helping earns very little respect — as low as an polled 335,000 votes. Compare that to It will come as no surprise if Pres-
the least advantaged among us. 8 percent approval rating — voters keep the 239,000 polled four years ago by ident Trump returns to Mississippi to
However, I am concerned whenever sending the same people back. (This is former U.S. Rep. Travis Childers, the laud Hyde-Smith. It could at least make
there is an institutional change that largely a result of creating safe districts Democratic challenger to former Sen. things more interesting if Democrat
may affect our continued service for incumbents, the influence of big Thad Cochran in the last midterm. superstars such as former President
to those in need of better housing. donors and the cost of campaigning, but And that leads to this: What are the Barack Obama and/or Michelle Obama
Please remember to continue to that’s another column.) factors in the Hyde-Smith – Espy runoff? did some serious retail campaigning in
support the organizations that Another anomaly is that when the Simply said, Hyde-Smith has it to this state for Espy.
touch your heart with your prayers, stars align, blood enemies sudden- lose. She’s an “incumbent,” serving in From a national perspective, the
your time, and your finances. ly become lifelong pals. During his the Senate since April after an anointing stakes, of course, could be higher. While
Joel Downey presidential campaign, Donald Trump by popular Gov. Phil Bryant in a state Republicans lost control of the House,
Starkville dubbed his rival from Texas as “Lying that consistently gauges at least 65 per- their hold on the Senate was retained.
Ted Cruz.” This fall, Trump campaigned cent Republican. The possibility had loomed that the
heartily for Cruz and took credit for his Her campaign has been to bask in the Hyde-Smith – Espy runoff would decide
narrow re-election to the Senate. glow of Trump’s vocal adoration. Given control of the Senate, but Republicans
Voice of the People Even a liar is better than a Democrat? Trump’s popularity in Mississippi, she will hold the Senate regardless of who
We encourage you to share your opin-
ion with readers of The Dispatch. Similarly, in Mississippi where will likely continue to rely on clips and wins in Mississippi.
Submit your letter to The Dispatch by: Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith will face quips, avoid expressing independent In any event, voters will make state
E-mail: voice@cdispatch.com Democrat Mike Espy on Nov. 27 to see thought, much less discuss any topic history the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.
Mail: P.O. Box 511, Columbus, MS who serves the two years remaining on in detail during a debate or otherwise. Cindy Hyde-Smith will be the first wom-
39703 Thad Cochran’s term, the hard-charging She’ll also hope her “funny” comment an ever elected to the U.S. Senate from
In person: 516 Main St., Columbus, state Sen. Chris McDaniel, who finished about public hangings goes away. Mississippi or Mike Espy will be the
or 101 S. Lafayette St., No. 16, a distant third, threw his support to Hyde-Smith’s big task is the same first African-American since the years
Starkville. Hyde-Smith. as Espy’s. They finished almost dead immediately following the Civil War.
All letters must be signed by the “Mr. Espy cannot be allowed to win even in vote totals, so they are equally Once again, there will be speculation.
author and must include town of
this seat,” he told his supporters after a challenged to get their supporters back And once again the voters will tell us
residence and a telephone number for
verification purposes. Letters should campaign during which he harangued to polling places. what’s what.
be no more than 500 words, and Hyde-Smith a closet Democrat (or at Espy must swim against the current. Charlie Mitchell is an associate dean
guest columns should be 500-700 least an inauthentic conservative) who He could pick up the smattering of votes of journalism at the University of Missis-
words. We reserve the right to edit really supported Hillary Clinton. In that fellow Democrat Tobey Bartee sippi. Email reaches him at cmitchell43@
submitted material. conceding, McDaniel didn’t send Hyde- received last week, but that wouldn’t be yahoo.com.

The WORLD
Macron to Trump: ‘You’re No Patriot!’
In a rebuke years. cron put first? The leaders of the world’s three great-
bordering on Were George Washington and Thom- Or does the president of France see est military powers — Trump in the U.S.,
national insult as Jefferson lacking in patriotism? himself as a citizen of the world with Vladimir Putin in Russia and Xi Jinping
Sunday, Em- When Woodrow Wilson, after being responsibility for all of Europe and all of in China — are all nationalists.
manuel Macron re-elected in 1916 on the slogan “He Kept mankind? Turkish nationalist Recep Tayyip Er-
retorted to Us Out of War,” took us into World War Charles de Gaulle was perhaps the dogan rules in Ankara, Hindu nationalist
Donald Trump’s I, he did so as an “associate,” not as an greatest French patriot in the 20th Narendra Modi in India. Jair Bolsonaro,
calling himself a Allied power. U.S. troops fought under century. Yet he spoke of a Europe of a Trumpian nationalist, is the incoming
nationalist. U.S. command. nation-states, built a national nuclear president of Brazil. Is not Benjamin Net-
“Patriotism is After that war, the U.S. Senate reject- arsenal, ordered NATO out of France in anyahu an Israeli nationalist?
the exact oppo- ed an alliance with France. Under Frank- 1966, and, in Montreal in 1967, declared, In France, a poll of voters last week
site of national- lin Roosevelt, Congress formally voted “Long live a free Quebec” — inciting showed that Marine Le Pen’s renamed
ism; nationalism Patrick Buchanan for neutrality in any future European war. French Canadians to rise up against “les party, Rassemblement National, has
is a betrayal of The U.S. emerged from World War II Anglo-Saxons” and create their own moved ahead of Macron’s party for the
patriotism.” as the least bloodied and least damaged nation. May 2019 European Parliament elections.
As for Trump’s policy of “America nation because we remained out of the Was de Gaulle lacking in patriotism? If there is a valid criticism of Trump’s
first,” Macron trashed such atavistic war for more than two years after it had By declaring American nationalists foreign policy, it is not that he has failed
thinking in this new age: “By saying we begun. anti-patriotic, Macron has asserted a to recognize the new realities of the 21st
put ourselves first and the others don’t We did not invade France until four claim to the soon-to-be-vacant chair of century but that he has not moved expe-
matter, we erase what a nation holds dear- years after France was occupied, the Brit- Angela Merkel. ditiously to dissolve old alliances that put
est, what gives it life, what makes it great ish had been thrown off the Continent, But is Macron really addressing the America at risk of war in faraway lands
and what is essential: its moral values.” and Josef Stalin’s Soviet Union had been realities of the new Europe and world where no vital U.S. interests exist.
Though he is being hailed as Europe’s fighting and dying for three years. in which we now live, or is he simply Why are we still committed to fight
new anti-Trump leader who will stand up The leaders who kept us out of the two assuming a heroic liberal posture to win for a South Korea far richer and more
for transnationalism and globalism, Ma- world wars as long as they did — did they the applause of Western corporate and populous than a nuclear-armed North?
cron reveals his ignorance of America. not serve our nation well, when America’s media elites? Why are U.S. planes and ships still bump-
Trump’s ideas are not ideological but total losses were just over 500,000 dead, The realities: In Britain, Scots are ing into Russian planes and ships in the
rooted in our country’s history. compared with the millions other nations seeking secession, and the English have Baltic and Black seas?
America was born between the end of lost? voted to get out of the European Union. Why are we still involved in the
the French and Indian War, the Declara- At the Armistice Day ceremony, Many Basques and Catalans wish to half-dozen wars into which Bush II and
tion of Independence in 1776 and the rat- Macron declared, “By saying we put our- secede from Spain. Czechs and Slovaks Barack Obama got us in the Middle East?
ification of the Constitution in 1788. Both selves first and the others don’t matter, have split the blanket and parted ways. Why do we not have the “America
the general who led us in the Revolution we erase what a nation holds dearest ... Anti-EU sentiment is rampant in popu- first” foreign policy we voted for?
and the author of that declaration became its moral values.” list-dominated Italy. Patrick J. Buchanan, a nationally
president. Both put America first. And But Trump did not say that other coun- A nationalism their peoples regard as syndicated columnist, was a senior advisor
both counseled their countrymen to avoid tries don’t matter. He only said we should deeply patriotic has triumphed in Poland to presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford
“entangling” or “permanent” alliances put our own country first. and Hungary and is making gains even in and Ronald Reagan. His website is http://
with any other nation, as we did for 160 What country does Emmanuel Ma- Germany. buchanan.org/blog.
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Stan Lee, creator of a galaxy of Marvel superheroes, dies
By some accounts, Lee came up with a his characters, including
Spider-Man, the Hulk
ed the loss on Twitter:
“There will never be an-
Press in 2006.
He hit his stride in the
new comic book every day for 10 years and X-Men went on to
become stars of block-
other Stan Lee. For de-
cades he provided both
1960s when he brought
the Fantastic Four, the memorialgunterpeel.com
By ANDREW DALTON Schenck, an attorney for buster films. He won the young and old with ad- Hulk, Spider-Man, Iron
and DAVE ZELIO Lee’s daughter, J.C. Lee. National Medal of Arts in venture, escape, comfort, Man and numerous oth-
The Associated Press 2008. confidence, inspiration, ers to life. “It was like
As the top writer at
Marvel Comics and later Recent projects Lee strength, friendship and there was something in
LOS ANGELES — helped make possible joy. He exuded love and the air. I couldn’t do any-
Stan Lee, the creative
as its publisher, Lee was
range from the films kindness and will leave thing wrong,” he said.
cdispatch.com
dynamo who revolution- widely considered the ar-
chitect of the contempo- “Avengers: Infinity War,” an indelible mark on so,
ized the comic book and ‘’Black Panther” and so, so many lives. Excel-
helped make billions for rary comic book. He re-
“Guardians of the Gal- sior!!”
Somewhere down the road you’re going
Hollywood by introducing vived the industry in the
axy” to such TV series as Lee considered the to have to think about it.
human frailties in Marvel 1960s by offering the cos- We all face it, but most of us avoid thinking about it:
“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” comic-book medium an
superheroes such as Spi- tumes and action craved and “Daredevil.” Lee was art form and he was pro- final preparations.
der-Man, the Fantastic by younger readers while recognizable to his fans, lific: By some accounts, When Caring Counts...
Four and the Incredible insisting on sophisticat- having had cameos in he came up with a new
Hulk, died Monday. He ed plots, college-level many Marvel films and comic book every day
was 95. dialogue, satire, science TV projects, often deliv- for 10 years. “I wrote so FUNERAL HOME
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New exercise guidelines: Move
more, sit less, start younger
‘Doing something is better than tivity throughout the day
is recommended. Most of
doing nothing, and doing more is it should be aerobic, the
kind that gets the heart
better than doing something’ rate up such as brisk walk-
ing, biking or running. At
Dr. Donald Lloyd-Jones
least three times a week,
By MARILYNN ercise now, and the child- exercise should be vigor-
MARCHIONE hood obesity problem has ous and include muscle-
AP Chief Medical Writer prompted the push to aim and bone-strengthening
younger to prevent poor activities like climbing on
CHICAGO — Move playground equipment or
health later in life.
more, sit less and get kids playing sports.
Highlights of the ad-
active as young as age 3,
vice released Monday at
say new federal guide-
lines that stress that any
an American Heart Asso- Adults
ciation conference in Chi- Duration stays the
amount and any type of same — at least 2½ to 5
cago and published in the
exercise helps health. hours of moderate-inten-
Journal of the American
The advice is the first sity or 1 ¼ to 2 ½ hours of
Medical Association:
update since the govern- vigorous activity a week,
ment’s physical activity plus at least two days that
guidelines came out a de- Children and teens include muscle-strength-
cade ago. Since then, the The biggest change: ening exercise like push-
list of benefits of exercise Start young. Guidelines ups or lifting weights.
has grown, and there’s used to begin at age 6, One key change: It
more evidence to back but the new ones say pre- used to be thought that
things that were of un- schoolers ages 3 through aerobic activity had to
known value before, such 5 should be encouraged be done for at least 10
as short, high-intense to take part in active play minutes. Now even short
workouts and taking the throughout the day. They times are known to help.
stairs instead of an eleva- don’t call for a certain Even a single episode of
tor. amount but say a reason- activity gives short-term
“Doing something is able target may be three benefits such as lowering
better than doing noth- hours of various inten- blood pressure, reducing
ing, and doing more is sities. That’s consistent anxiety and improving
better than doing some- with guidelines in many sleep.
thing,” said Dr. Donald other countries and is the Sitting a lot is especial-
Lloyd-Jones, a preventive average amount of activ- ly harmful.
medicine expert at North- ity observed in kids this The advice is similar
western University in Chi- age. for older adults, but activi-
cago. From ages 6 through ties should include things
Only 20 percent of 17, at least an hour of that promote balance to
Americans get enough ex- moderate-to-vigorous ac- help avoid falls.

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Priest
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orphanage and chapel in Mexico,
having instead used those funds on
personal expenses. One of those
expenses was a recurring expense
at dating website that caters to peo-
ple who are HIV-positive.
Homeland Security agents raid-
ed the Catholic Diocese of Jackson
on Nov. 7, according to a Clari-
on-Ledger report.
Childers’ report relies on infor-
mation from five confidential infor-
mants who agents interviewed in
August and September.
The affidavit contends Vargas’
efforts to defraud his congregation
began after a late 2014 visit to OCH
Regional Medical Center when he
began to claim that he’d been diag-
nosed with a rare form of cancer.
Vargas announced numerous times
to his parishioners that he had can-
cer and would seek treatment in
Canada, according to the affidavit.
A GoFundMe account was cre-
ated for Vargas in February 2015. Courtesy image
The proceeds were meant for Var- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is looking into whether Fa-
gas’ supposed cancer treatment. ther Lenin Vargas, a priest with St. Joseph Catholic Church in Starkville
Childers’ affidavit says 57 people pictured here in a 2015 Facebook post, committed fraud by using donated
donated $9,210 to the account. funds from his parishioners for personal expenses.
According to the report, Vargas
mitted to OCH on Sept. 22, 2014, Vargas removed from duty
withdrew $8,478.32 of the donated with pneumonia. On Sept. 26, a
GoFundMe money between March According to a statement issued
doctor noted that Vargas’ condition
24 and April 13, 2015. was neither improving nor worsen- by the Jackson Diocese, Vargas has
Between March 21 and April 21 ing and ordered an HIV test. On been barred from engaging in any
that same year, Vargas received Sept. 28, the affidavit says, Vargas public ministry and has been re-
$20,202.69 from different sources. checked out of the hospital without moved from all pastoral and finan-
The affidavit doesn’t make clear if seeing his doctor. cial administrations.
that total includes the GoFundMe Vargas reported during multiple Father Jeffrey Waldrep, of An-
donations, but it does include a visits to OCH in 2016 that he had nunciation Catholic Church in Co-
“love offering” of $2,300 from the been diagnosed with HIV, accord- lumbus, is serving as St. Joseph’s
Corpus Christi Catholic Church in ing to the affidavit. administrator, while Father Rusty
Macon. Confidential Informant No. 2
On Nov. 24, 2015, St. Joseph’s Vincent, the associate pastor of St.
reported to agents that Bishop Ko- Joseph’s, will oversee pastoral min-
issued Vargas a $21,500 check, of pacz, of the Jackson Diocese, was
which $19,500 were for “Father’s istry at St. Joseph’s in Starkville
informed of Vargas’ diagnosis in
Health Donation.” Vargas deposit- and Corpus Christi in Macon.
2015.
ed that money to his personal Re- Waldrep, in an emailed response
In March 2015, Father Kevin
gions Bank account the same day. Slattery, the Jackson Diocese’s to an inquiry from The Dispatch,
“Vargas spent the donated funds vicar general, sent an email to the said the added duties will be a ma-
largely on personal expenses,” the diocese’s priests about Vargas’ ill- jor undertaking for him.
affidavit says. “None of the with- ness. The email included a section, “This will directly affect my
drawals were for medical expens- written by Vargas, claiming he had ministry here at Annunciation,” he
es.” cancer and that he would be receiv- said. “I will be required to split my
The affidavit also claims that ing treatment. time administratively with Annun-
Vargas, seeking donations from Childers wrote in the affidavit ciation Parish, Columbus, St. Jo-
parishioners to help an orphanage that he “believes the email was sent seph Parish, Starkville and Corpus
and to build a chapel in Mexico, re- in order to perpetuate the cancer Christi Mission in Macon.
ceived more than $20,000 in dona- story, to hide Vargas’ HIV condition
tions, much of which was spent for “While a huge challenge, I do
and protect the Diocese of Jackson feel that God has called me to be
personal expenses. from negative publicity.”
there for all three communities
Childers also reports that, ac-
that I have a deep love and appreci-
HIV diagnosis cording to Confidential Informant
ation for,” he continued. “My prayer
According to Confidential infor- No. 2, Vargas went to Canada, but
mant No. 2 and records Homeland did not go for cancer treatment. is that the staffs and great parish
Security subpoenaed from OCH, Vargas went to the Southdown leadership will be able to assist in
Vargas was diagnosed with HIV in Institute of Toronto, which Confi- the days and months ahead.”
2014. dential Informant No. 4 said was, St. Joseph’s officials The Dis-
Hospital records, according to “among other things, a sexual ad- patch contacted Monday said they
the report, show Vargas was ad- diction facility for priests.” could not comment on the issue.

Waverley
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prospective buyer. Donna Snow in 1962. Waverley was built could be found sitting on
Leike said he was not Melanie Snow, one of in 1852 by Col. George a bench in front of the
surprised the listing price the Snows’ four children, Hampton Young and is home where he regaled
was reduced. continues to live on the known for its unique visitors with his fantastic
“Really, that was property, conducting dai- Greek Revival architec- tales.
something I had asked ly tours of the house and ture. Melanie Snow said
the Snow grounds for visitors. By the early 20th cen- her hope is that the new
family (the “We did decide to low- tury, the property was owners will continue to
owners) to er the price,” Melanie embroiled in an estate restore and maintain the
do after the said. “We dispute. It was vacant home and keep it open for
initial list- want to give from 1913-1962, when public tours.
ing,” Leike someone the Snows bought it.
“You know, it’s abso-
said. “When an oppor- From there, the Snows
lutely different here since
we first list- tunity and embarked on a room-by-
my parents have gone,”
ed it, I told Leike an incen- room renovation, all while
the family tive to get raising four children on Melanie said. “But their
this was an internation- the place. the property. spirits are still here in the
ally known house and Our main Snow The Snows entertained gardens and the home, I
there might be someone concern all often at their home with can feel their presence.
out there who saw this along was the continua- Donna serving as hostess We’re hoping someone
as their chance to buy an tion of Waverley.” until her death in 1991 at will love it and continue
historic property,” Leike Waverley was once age 67. working on it and appre-
said. “Later on, I recom- part of a 50,000-acre plan- The family also opened ciate it as much as we do.”
mended they drop the tation. The home is not the home for daily tours,
price, but they didn’t want only on the National Reg- and its reputation as one
to do that. Now, it appears ister of Historic Places, of the finest antebellum
they’ve changed their it is also designated as a homes in the South soon
minds.” National Historic Land- began to grow. Robert
The home was pur- mark, one of just 40 in the Snow, who died in March
chased by Robert and state. 2017 at age 91, often

Accidental death
Continued from Page 1A
group of several people about his age. Multiple witnesses told investigators the gun-
shot wound was self-inflicted.
“There was some horseplay with a gun and the gun went off,” Arledge said. “... It’s
just a tragic accident.”

CNN sues Trump, demanding return of Acosta to White House
The Associated Press anything more from him.
The lawsuit was filed Tuesday in
NEW YORK — CNN is suing the Washington, D.C., District Court. CNN
Trump administration, demanding that claims the revocation of Acosta’s press
correspondent Jim Acosta’s press cre-
pass violates the constitutional rights to
dentials to cover the White House be
returned. freedom on the press and due process.
The administration revoked them last CNN is asking for an immediate re-
week following President Trump’s con- straining order to return Acosta to the
tentious news conference, where Acosta White House.
refused to give up a microphone when There was no immediate comment
the president said he didn’t want to hear from the administration.
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Caledonia High’s Stacy, Bates finalize choices
By Adam Minichino stress is off from that. Now I can
aminichino@cdispatch.com Seniors will continue careers just play.”
CALEDONIA — It hasn’t been at Meridian C.C., EMCC Stacy, a right-handed pitcher,
first showed signs he could contrib-
a secret that Cade Stacy and Beau
ute on the mound as a sophomore,
Bates were going to play baseball coaches, Stacy and Bates celebrat-
when he went 1-1 with a 1.21 earned
after they graduated from Caledo- ed their decisions to play baseball at
nia High School. run average. In 17 1/3 innings, he
Meridian Community College and allowed 15 hits, three earned runs,
Stacy and Bates have been key at East Mississippi C.C. in Scooba,
contributors for the Confederates and 13 walks. He struck out 20. Sta-
respectively, in a signing ceremony cy took a step forward last season,
for the past two seasons. They also
have played at a high level on the outside the school library. emerging as one of the Confeder-
Adam Minichino/Dispatch Staff
travel ball circuit, so the final des- “I have been looking forward to ates’ top pitchers in a 16-13 season
Caledonia High School seniors Cade Stacy, left, and
Beau Bates pose for a picture Monday during a signing tinations were the only things Sta- this for a long time,” Stacy said. “It that ended in the second round
ceremony to celebrate their decisions to play baseball at cy and Bates had to finalize Mon- is what I have been trying to get, of the Mississippi High School
Meridian Community College and East Mississippi C.C. day. In front of family, friends, and and I finally got there. All of the See CALEDONIA, 3B

COLLEGE BASKETBALL COLLEGE FOOTBALL
No. 1 EMCC will face
No. 2 Garden City
for national title
BY SCOTT WALTERS
swalters@cdispatch.com

The No. 1 East Mississippi Community
College football team received its official travel
itinerary Monday night.
No. 1 EMCC (11-0) will face No. 2 Garden
City C.C. (10-0) at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29, in
See EMCC, 5B

Game 12
n NJCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP:
No. 1 East Mississippi Community College vs.
No. 2 Garden City C.C., 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29,
at Pittsburg, Kansas (CBS Sports Network;
WGTC-FM 92.7, WZKR-FM 103.3, WFCA-FM 107.9;
Video stream at www.EMCCAthletics.com/live).

MSU still has issues
Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch
Mississippi University for Women guard Tre Pinkson makes a pass Monday night in the men’s basketball team’s
season opener against Blue Mountain College at Pohl Gymnasium in Columbus.

THE W SPLITS DOUBLEHEADER AT HOME with clap cadence
Men’s team nearly rallies Attacking style of play By Bret t Hudson
bhudson@cdispatch.com
from 16-point deficit lifts women’s team to 3-0
STARKVILLE — The No. 25 Mississippi
By Adam Minichino By Adam Minichino State football team has had issues with its snap
aminichino@cdispatch.com aminichino@cdispatch.com count when it has played on the road.
Ill’yan Scott tried his best to See MSU, 4B
The outcome already had
raise the roof in the Mississippi been decided, but Rokila Wallace
University for Women’s men’s Game 11
and the Mississippi University n Arkansas, 11 a.m. Saturday (ESPN;
basketball team’s home opener.
for Women’s women’s basketball WKBB-FM 100.9, WJEC-FM 106.5, WFCA-FM 107.9).
The 6-foot-4 junior’s dunk
with 6 minutes, 42 seconds re- team weren’t going to stop.
maining in the game sliced Blue See THE W WOMEN, 3B
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PREP PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Starkville High’s Talley delivers in final seconds to beat Meridian
BY SCOTT WALTERS said. “They are one of the learn.” will come through expectations are always his ball handling and in-
swalters@cdispatch.com best teams in the state and Jamarion Brown, games.” high. We aren’t going to creased his speed.
we battled. This is a new Terry Tate, and Tal- Talley plays point back down.” “Always loved playing
STARKVILLE — team and we are learning ley give the Yellow guard and shooting Carter said Talley has a
Starkville High School se- this game,” Talley said.
how to put things togeth- Jackets three senior guard. He knew defensive presence and an “Basketball has been good
nior guard Tyler Talley ad-
er.” starters. While they the leadership ex- ability to score. to me, whether it’s at the
mits he is still ironing out
Starkville (2-0) will try have been around pectations would “High basketball IQ,” school or travel ball. Play-
some kinks.
On Thursday, Talley hit to build on that momentum the program for Talley be increased to try Carter said. “He makes ing for coach Carter has
only 1 of 2 free throws with when it plays host to Co- some time, this is to lead a Starkville smart decisions on the been a blessing. He is go-
three seconds left against lumbus at 7:30 p.m. Tues- the first extended they are team that is a perennial floor. Some of that you can
ing to get the best out of
Meridian, but that 24th day. The girls’ teams will getting playing time on the contender in Jackson. coach, but some of that
you. He will find skills you
point was still enough to face off in the first game of varsity level. “Pretty much we have is instinct. The veteran
didn’t know you had.
help Starkville beat Merid- the doubleheader at 6 p.m. “We are fortunate in learned through watching players have been in our
“Beating Meridian was that this group has played the others lead,” Talley program long enough that “We are just out here
ian 60-59.
a good starting point,” together for quite some said. “It’s exciting to be they know the expecta- working hard every day to
For his performance,
Starkville coach Greg Car- time,” Carter said. “It just a senior and to know the tions.” get better. We want to be
Talley was named The Dis-
patch Prep Player of the ter said. “It’s a measuring hasn’t been up here on other players are looking Talley has played bas- one of those great teams
Week. stick. You think you know the high school team, so to you for leadership and ketball since second grade. this school has produced.”
“Beating a team like what you need to work there is a comfort level, guidance. You just try to A love for the game came Follow Dispatch sports
Meridian just gave the on. When you play some- just need to get them some lead by the examples set naturally. During the off- writer Scott Walters on
team a huge lift,” Talley body that good, you really experience together. That by the other teams. The season, he worked on Twitter @dispatchscott
2B TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

briefly CALENDAR Basketball MIDWEST
E. Illinois 97, Lincoln (PA) 34
Kansas St. 61, Nebraska-Omaha 46


West
Conference All Games
W L PF PA W L PF PA
NBA Loyola of Chicago 52, Detroit 43 Alabama 7 0 322 92 10 0 486 127
Local Prep Football
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB
Notre Dame 75, Penn 55
Old Dominion 76, Cincinnati 72
LSU 5 2 165 129 8 2 267 167
Texas A&M 4 3 168 179 6 4 301 224
Auburn 3 4 157 145 6 4 265 183
Purdue Fort Wayne 84,
Robertson, Lukabu will be guest speakers at Friday’s Games Toronto
Philadelphia
12 2 .857 —
9 6 .600 3½
Taylor University (IN) 74 Miss. St. 2 4 67 106 6 4 262 135
Ole Miss 1 5 144 257 5 5 375 363
S. Dakota St. 80, Cent. Michigan 71
Starkville Quarterback Club Mississippi High School Activities Association Boston 7 6 .538 4½ Texas A&M-CC 59, Rio Grande 49 Arkansas 0 6 132 229 2 8 254 327
Brooklyn 6 8 .429 6 W. Illinois 136, MacMurray 39
247 Sports’ Steve Robertson will be the guest speaker Thursday Class 6A Playoffs —Second Round New York 4 10 .286 8 SOUTHWEST Saturday’s Games
Southeast Division The Citadel at Alabama, 11 a.m. (SEC Network)
night at the 10th meeting of the season for The Starkville Quarterback Starkville at Horn Lake, 7 p.m. W L Pct GB
Arkansas St. 77, Memphis 66
Middle Tennessee at Kentucky, 11 a.m.
Lamar 94, Louisiana College 43
Club. Class 5A Playoffs — Second Round Charlotte 7 6 .538 —
SMU 62, MVSU 47 (SEC Network)
Orlando 6 8 .429 1½ Idaho at Florida, 11 a.m. (ESPNU)
Social hour will begin at 6 p.m. at the Starkville Country Club. Miami 5 8 .385 2 Texas 64, North Texas 54
Dinner will be at 6:30 p.m. The program will begin at 7 p.m. The menu Lafayette at West Point, 7 p.m. Washington 4 9 .308 3 FAR WEST Arkansas at Mississippi State, 11 a.m. (ESPN)
Portland 89, Weber St. 73 Missouri at Tennessee, 2:30 p.m. (WCBI)
will feature hamburger steak, scalloped potatoes, Lima beans, salad, Alabama High School Athletic Association Atlanta 3 10 .231 4 Massachusetts at Georgia, 3 p.m.
bread, and dessert. Class 3A Playoffs — Second Round
Central Division
W L Pct GB The AP Women’s (SEC Network)
Liberty at Auburn, 3 p.m. (SEC Network)
Tem Lukabu, assistant coach/linebackers, for the Mississippi State Gordo vs. Mobile Christian, 7 p.m.
Milwaukee
Indiana
10 3 .769 —
8 6 .571 2½
Top 25 Fared Alabama-Birmingham at Texas A&M, 6 p.m.
Monday (ESPN2)
football team, will give the scouting report for the team’s game against Detroit 6 6 .500 3½
Class 2A Playoffs — Second Round Chicago 4 10 .286 6½
1. Notre Dame (2-0) beat Pennsylvania Rice at LSU, 6:30 p.m. (ESPNU)
Arkansas at 11 a.m. Saturday. Cleveland 1 11 .083 8½
75-55. Next: at No. 15 DePaul, Saturday. Chattanooga at South Carolina, 6:30 p.m.
Shipley’s Donuts and Crossland Wealth Managers will be co-spon- Collinsville vs. Aliceville, 7 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE
2. UConn (1-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Vanderbilt, Saturday.
(SEC Network)
Ole Miss at Vanderbilt, 6:30 p.m.
sors of the meeting. Class 1A Playoffs — First Round
Southwest Division
W L Pct GB
3. Oregon (2-0) did not play. Next: at Utah (SEC Network)
State, Wednesday.
Visitors and non-members are welcome at a cost of $25 per South Lamar vs. Winterboro, 7 p.m. San Antonio 7 5 .583 — 4. Baylor (3-0) did not play. Next: vs. College Schedule
Memphis 7 5 .583 —
person. A membership to the Starkville Country Club isn’t required to Pickens County vs. Falkville, 7 p.m. New Orleans 7 6 .538 ½
Southern, Thursday. Today’s Game
5. Louisville (2-0) did not play. Next: at MIDWEST
attend the Starkville Quarterback Club. Houston 5 7 .417 2 Boise State, Monday. Western Michigan at Ball State, 5 p.m.
Prep Basketball Dallas 5 8 .385
Northwest Division
2½ 6. Mississippi State (2-0) did not play.
Next: vs. Lamar, Thursday.
Mississippi State Today’s Games

Portland
Denver
W L Pct GB
10 3 .769 —
9 4 .692 1
7. Stanford (2-0) did not play. Next: vs.
San Francisco, Thursday.
Wednesday’s Games
MIDWEST
Miami University at Northern Illinois, 6 p.m.
Women’s, men’s basketball teams ranked No. 6, Columbus at Starkville Oklahoma City 8 5 .615 2
8. Oregon State (1-0) did not play. Next:
vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Wednesday. Buffalo at Ohio, 6 p.m.
Hamilton at Caledonia Utah 7 6 .538 3 9. Maryland (2-0) did not play. Next: at
No. 17 in The Associated Press polls New Hope at Northeast Lauderdale
Minnesota 5 9 .357
Pacific Division
5½ George Washington, Wednesday.
10. South Carolina (1-0) did not play.
Thursday’s Games
SOUTH
STARKVILLE — The Mississippi State women’s and men’s basket- W L Pct GB Next: vs. Clemson, Thursday. Southeastern Louisiana at Nicholls, 6 p.m.
ball teams were ranked No. 6 and No. 17 Monday in the latest editions Columbus Christian at Oak Hill Academy Golden State 11 3 .786 — 11. Texas (2-0) beat North Texas 64-54. MIDWEST
L.A. Clippers 8 5 .615 2½ Next: vs. McNeese State, Thursday. Toledo at Kent State, 5 p.m.
of The Associated Press Top 25 polls. Heritage Academy at Kirk Academy Sacramento 8 6 .571 3 12. Tennessee (1-0) did not play. Next: vs. SOUTHWEST
L.A. Lakers 7 6 .538 3½ Northwestern State at Stephen F. Austin,
The MSU women (2-0) earned their 76th week in a row in the poll. Indianola Academy at Starkville Academy Phoenix 2 11 .154 8½
UNC Asheville, Wednesday.
6 p.m.
13. Iowa (2-0) did not play. Next: at
Vic Schaefer’s squad claimed its 40th-consecutive week in the top 10, Thursday’s Games Western Kentucky, Tuesday. North Alabama at Incarnate Word, 6:30 p.m.
Monday’s Games
the fifth-longest current run in the country. Washington 117, Orlando 109
14. Georgia (2-0) did not play. Next: at Tulane at Houston, 7 p.m.
The MSU men (2-0) climbed one spot in the rankings following two
Starkville at West Point New Orleans 126, Toronto 110
UCLA, Wednesday. FAU at North Texas, 8:30 p.m.
15. DePaul (1-0) did not play. Next: vs.
double-digit home victories. Smithville at Caledonia Philadelphia 124, Miami 114
Dallas 103, Chicago 98
No. 1 UConn, Saturday. Friday’s Games
16. Missouri (1-0) did not play. Next: vs. SOUTHWEST
Coach Ben Howland’s team is one of five Southeastern Confer- Starkville Academy at Oak Hill Academy Minnesota 120, Brooklyn 113 Missouri State, Tuesday. Memphis at SMU, 8 p.m.
Oklahoma City 118, Phoenix 101
ence squads — Tennessee (No. 5), Auburn (No. 9), Kentucky (No. 10), Columbus Christian at Central Holmes Utah 96, Memphis 88
17. N.C. State (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. FAR WEST
Vanderbilt, Thursday. Boise State at New Mexico, 8 p.m.
and LSU (No. 22) — ranked in the poll. Sacramento 104, San Antonio 99 18. Syracuse (1-1) did not play. Next: vs.
The MSU women will play host to Lamar at 7 p.m. Thursday at Prep Soccer L.A. Clippers 121, Golden State 116, OT
Today’s Games
No. 20 Texas A&M, Wednesday.
19. Marquette (3-0) did not play. Next: at
Eastern Washington at Portland State,
9:05 p.m.
Humphrey Coliseum. It will raise the 2018 National Finalist banner prior Today’s Matches Charlotte at Cleveland, 6 p.m. No. 24 Miami, Thursday.
Houston at Denver, 8 p.m. Saturday’s Games
to its game against Coppin State at 2 p.m. Sunday. Atlanta at Golden State, 9:30 p.m.
20. Texas A&M (2-0) did not play. Next:
EAST
The MSU men will play host to Long Beach State at 8 p.m. Friday
Caledonia at Mooreville, 5 p.m. Wednesday’s Games
vs. No. 18 Syracuse, Wednesday.
Penn State at Rutgers, 11 a.m.
21. South Florida (2-0) did not play. Next:
(SEC Network) for its second regional round matchup of the MGM New Hope at Itawamba Agricultural, 5 p.m. Cleveland at Washington, 6 p.m.
Philadelphia at Orlando, 6 p.m.
vs. Bethune-Cookman, Thursday. South Florida at Temple, 11 a.m.
22. Arizona State (1-1) did not play. Next: Colgate at Army, 11 a.m.
Resorts Main Event. Columbus at Nettleton, 5 p.m. Chicago at Boston, 6:30 p.m. at Arkansas, Sunday. Fordham at Bucknell, 11 a.m.
Detroit at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. 23. California (2-0) did not play. Next: at Duquesne at CCSU, 11 a.m.
n In related news, MSU women’s basketball seniors Teaira Starkville Academy at Lamar School, 5:30 p.m. Miami at Brooklyn, 6:30 p.m. Villanova at Delaware, 11 a.m.
BYU, Tuesday.
McCowan and Anriel Howard were named Monday to the watch list for Thursday’s Matches
Memphis at Milwaukee, 7 p.m. 24. Miami (3-0) did not play. Next: vs. No. Yale at Harvard, 11 a.m.
New Orleans at Minnesota, 7 p.m. 19 Marquette, Thursday. Elon at Maine, 11 a.m.
the Naismith Trophy. New York at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m.
McCowan recorded back-to-back double-doubles to begin the Columbus at Philadelphia, 5 p.m. Utah at Dallas, 7:30 p.m.
25. Minnesota (1-0) did not play. Next: at
Xavier, Wednesday.
San Diego at Marist, 11 a.m.
New Hampshire at Rhode Island, 11 a.m.
West Point at Mississippi School for San Antonio at Phoenix, 8 p.m.
year, her seventh- and eighth-straight going back to last season. The Wagner at Robert Morris, 11 a.m.
Portland at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. The AP Women’s Top 25 State Francis (Pa.) at Sacred Heart, 11 a.m.
Brenham, Texas, native is scoring 18 points and grabbing 14.5 re- Mathematics and Science, 5:30 p.m. Thursday’s Games
Golden State at Houston, 7 p.m.
The weekly poll, with first-place votes in Holy Cross at Georgetown, 11:30 a.m.
bounds per game to begin her senior season. She also tops the nation parentheses, records through Nov. 11, total Lehigh at Lafayette, 11:30 a.m.
with 11 blocked shots, a 5.5 average. McCowan swatted a career-high Men’s College Basketball Atlanta at Denver, 8 p.m.
San Antonio at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m. points based on 25 points for a first-place vote
through one point for a 25th-place vote and last
Cornell at Columbia, Noon
Penn at Princeton, Noon
seven shots in the season opener before blocking four more in a win Wednesday’s Game Monday’s Men’s Major week’s ranking:
Rec. Pts Prv
Brown at Dartmouth, 12:30 p.m.
at Virginia. James Madison at Towson, 1 p.m.
Talladega College at Mississippi University for College Scores 1. Notre Dame (30) 1-0 774 1 Notre Dame vs. Syracuse at Bronx, New York,
Howard, a graduate transfer from Texas A&M, has started her EAST 2. UConn 1-0 736 2 1:30 p.m.
Bulldog career averaging 8.5 points and eight rebounds. Women, 7:30 p.m. Binghamton 107, Misericordia 64 3. Oregon (1) 2-0 704 3 Stony Brook at Albany (NY), 2:30 p.m.
Duquesne 89, Ill.-Chicago 88, OT 4. Baylor 3-0 679 4 Tulsa at Navy, 2:30 p.m.
Thursday’s Games New Hampshire 100, Mount Saint Vincent 61 5. Louisville 2-0 664 5 SOUTH

Ole Miss
Niagara 80, St. Bonaventure 72 6. Mississippi State 2-0 593 6
Alabama vs. Northeastern (Charleston, South Penn St. 76, Jacksonville St. 61 7. Stanford 2-0 560 7
Ohio State at Maryland, 11 a.m.
The Citadel at Alabama, 11 a.m.
Carolina), 1 p.m. Pittsburgh 84, Troy 75 8. Oregon State 1-0 535 8 Idaho at Florida, 11 a.m.
Men’s cross country team climbs to No. 14, women’s Southern Mississippi at Troy, 7 p.m.
Sacred Heart 114, Western New England 72
Saint Joseph’s 78, Monmouth (NJ) 63
9. Maryland
10. South Carolina
2-0 508 9
1-0 492 10
Middle Tennessee at Kentucky, 11 a.m.
Arkansas at Mississippi State, 11 a.m.
UMBC 75, Manhattan 52 11. Texas 1-0 457 11
team stays at No. 26 in USTFCCCA Rankings Pittsburgh at Wake Forest, 11 a.m.
NEW ORLEANS — The Ole Miss men’s and women’s cross Women’s College Basketball SOUTH
Belmont 92, Middle Tennessee 73
James Madison 82, Bridgewater 59
12. Tennessee
13. Iowa
14. Georgia
1-0 428 11
2-0 391 13
2-0 368 14
North Carolina State at Louisville, 11:20 a.m.
Butler at Davidson, Noon
country teams were ranked No. 14 and No. 26 in the final USTFCCCA Today’s Game Maryland 82, NC A&T 59 15. DePaul 1-0 319 15
Samford at ETSU, Noon
New Orleans 87, Pensacola Christian 59 State Andrews at Hampton, Noon
National Coaches Poll released Monday. Alabama at Utah, 8 p.m. North Carolina 90, Stanford 72
16. Missouri 1-0 290 16
Bryant at Howard, Noon
17. N.C. State 2-0 273 17
On the men’s side, Ole Miss put forth a dominant effort Friday to Wednesday’s Games Presbyterian 109, Welch 57 18. Syracuse 1-1 259 18 Dayton at Jacksonville, Noon
Samford 74, Kennesaw St. 60 Drake at Morehead State, Noon
win its third NCAA South Region title and qualify for the NCAA Champi- South Florida 74, Austin Peay 70, OT
19. Marquette 3-0 228 19
Morgan State at Norfolk State, Noon
onships, which will be Saturday at the University of Wisconsin. Temple at Ole Miss, 6 p.m. The Citadel 148, Mid-Atlantic Christian 75
20. Texas A&M 2-0 182 20
Valparaiso at Stetson, Noon
21. South Florida 2-0 160 22
The Ole Miss women had to wait until Saturday to receive an at- Southern Mississippi at South Alabama, 7 p.m. VCU 72, Bowling Green 61
MIDWEST
22. Arizona State 1-1 120 23 Monmouth (NJ) at Gardner-Webb, 12:30 p.m.
23. California 2-0 108 24 Savannah State at South Carolina State,
large bid to the NCAA Championships after finishing third at the South Thursday’s Games Buffalo 62, S. Illinois 53
24. Miami 3-0 107 25 12:30 p.m.
Butler 84, Detroit 63 Presbyterian at Wofford, 12:30 p.m.
Regional. This will be the team’s third-straight trip to nationals. Mississippi University for Women at Rust College, DePaul 91, Morgan St. 63 25. Minnesota 1-0 41 —
Florida A&M vs. Bethune-Cookman at Orlando,
Also Receiving Votes: West Virginia 32,
This is the 17th occasion in program history both teams have been Iowa St. 85, Texas Southern 73 Florida, 1 p.m.
5:30 p.m. Kansas 84, Vermont 68 Central Michigan 26, Northwestern 15, Duke
ranked simultaneously. Ole Miss is one of just nine schools in the nation Kansas St. 64, Denver 56 7, Boise State 4, TCU 4, Drake 3, Michigan 3, Charleston Southern at Campbell, 1 p.m.
to send its men’s and women’s programs to the national meet in each of Lamar at Mississippi State, 7 p.m. Miami University 91, Midway 42 Florida State 2, Virginia Tech 2, Buffalo 1. FIU at Charlotte, 1 p.m.
Va. Lynchburg at Delaware State, 1 p.m.
the last three seasons. Alabama at SMU, 7 p.m. Minnesota 78, Utah 69
Northwestern 63, American U. 51
AP Voting for Adam Alabama A&M at MVSU, 1 p.m.
North Carolina A&T at North Carolina Central,
Ohio 81, Campbell 73 Minichino
Southern Mississippi College Football SE Missouri 102, Quincy 66
South Dakota 90, N. Arizona 74
Dispatch sports editor Adam Minichino is a
voter on The Associated Press Top 25 weekly
1 p.m.
VMI at Old Dominion, 1 p.m.
Saturday’s Games Youngstown St. 106, Heidelberg 83 women’s college basketball poll. Here is his
Richmond at William & Mary, 1 p.m.
Volleyball team earns No. 7 seed at Conference USA Arkansas at Mississippi State, 11 a.m.
SOUTHWEST
Arkansas 81, UC Davis 58
ballot for this week:
Georgia State at Appalachian State, 1:30 p.m.
UTSA at Marshall, 1:30 p.m.
1. Notre Dame Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee Tech, 1:30 p.m.
tournament The Citadel at Alabama, 11 a.m.
Arkansas St. 89, Missouri Baptist 54
Baylor 91, Prairie View 80
2. Connecticut
3. Louisville Jackson State at Alcorn State, 2 p.m.
HUNTINGTON, W. Va. — The Southern Mississippi volleyball Louisiana Tech at Southern Mississippi, 2:30 p.m. Cent. Arkansas 93, University of the Ozarks 52 4. Oregon Jacksonville State at Kennesaw State, 2 p.m.
Incarnate Word 70, Texas Lutheran 59 Furman at Mercer, 2 p.m.
team (16-14, 7-7 Conference USA) earned the No. 7 seed and will take Oklahoma 87, UTSA 67
5. Stanford
Western Carolina at North Carolina, 2 p.m.
on No. 2 seed Western Kentucky at 4 p.m. Friday in its first match at Ole Miss at Vanderbilt, 6:30 p.m. Rice 73, Alabama A&M 59
6. Baylor
Tennesse-Martin at Tennessee State, 2 p.m.
7. Mississippi State
Rio Grande 76, Texas A&M-CC 69
College Swimming and Diving
Virginia at Georgia Tech, 2:30 p.m.
the C-USA tournament at the Cam Henderson Center on the campus Texas 65, Louisiana-Monroe 55
8. South Carolina
Louisiana Tech at Southern Mississippi,
9. Oregon State
of Marshall. FAR WEST 10. Maryland 2:30 p.m.
Western Kentucky (20-9, 11-3) is the four-time reigning C-USA Thursday’s Meet Arizona St. 90, Long Beach St. 58 11. Georgia Miami at Virginia Tech, 2:30 p.m.
Grand Canyon 76, Jacksonville 59 12. Texas Boston College at Florida State, 2:30 p.m.
tournament champion. Alabama at Georgia Tech Invitational Montana 79, Montana Tech 55 13. Tennessee Missouri at Tennessee, 2:30 p.m.
San Francisco 88, Sonoma State 54
Friday’s Meet UC Irvine 87, Life Pacific College 53
14. Missouri
15. Marquette
Texas State at Troy, 2:30 p.m.
Liberty at Auburn, 3 p.m.
Alabama Alabama at Georgia Tech Invitational Washington 66, San Diego 63
The Associated Press
16. Texas A&M
17. DePaul
Massachusetts at Georgia, 3 p.m.
Murray State at Austin Peay, 4 p.m.
Saturday’s Meet 18. Iowa
Football team’s Williams named SEC Defensive Alabama at Georgia Tech Invitational Men’s Top 25 Fared 19. North Carolina State
Georgia Southern at Coastal Carolina, 4 p.m.
South Alabama at Louisiana-Lafayette, 4 p.m.
Monday 20. South Florida Duke at Clemson, 6 p.m.
Lineman of the Week 1. Duke (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. 21. Syracuse Connecticut at East Carolina, 6 p.m.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Alabama’s Quinnen Williams was named College Volleyball Eastern Michigan, Wednesday.
2. Kansas (2-0) beat Vermont 84-68.
22. Central Michigan
23. California
Lamar at McNeese State, 6 p.m.
Rice at LSU, 6:30 p.m.
Monday the Southeastern Conference’s Defensive Lineman of the 24. Miami
Friday’s Matches Next: vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, Friday.
3. Gonzaga (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. 25. West Virginia
Chattanooga at South Carolina, 6:30 p.m.
Week. Ole Miss at South Carolina, 6 p.m. Texas A&M, Thursday.
Mississippi at Vanderbilt, 6:30 p.m.
The redshirt sophomore tied for the team lead in tackles with
six, four of which were solo stops, and added two tackles for loss and Alabama at Mississippi State, 7 p.m.
4. Virginia (2-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Coppin State, Friday.
Football UTEP at Western Kentucky, 6:30 p.m.
Cincinnati at UCF, 7 p.m.
MIDWEST
one sack in a 24-0 victory against then-No. 18 Mississippi State on Sunday’s Matches
5. Tennessee (2-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Georgia Tech, Tuesday.
NFL Northwestern at Minnesota, 11 a.m.
AMERICAN CONFERENCE Michigan State at Nebraska, 11 a.m.
6. Nevada (2-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Saturday. His efforts helped the defense limit the Bulldogs to 44 yards Texas A&M at Mississippi State, 1 p.m. Little Rock, Friday.
East Youngstown State at Illinois State, Noon
rushing and 169 overall. 7. North Carolina (3-0) beat Stanford W L T Pct PF PA Eastern Illinois at Southeast Missouri, 1 p.m.
Alabama at Ole Miss, 3 p.m. 90-72. Next: vs. Tennessee Tech, Friday. New England 7 3 0 .700 280 236 Indiana State at Western Illinois, 1 p.m.
The honor is Williams’ third of the season and second in as many 8. Villanova (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. Miami 5 5 0 .500 199 256 South Dakota at South Dakota State, 2 p.m.
weeks. Junior College Basketball No. 18 Michigan, Wednesday.
9. Auburn (2-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Buffalo
N.Y. Jets
3 7 0 .300 137
3 7 0 .300 208
251
254
Iowa at Illinois, 2:30 p.m.
Wisconsin at Purdue, 2:30 p.m.,
n In related news, the Alabama coaching staff selected seven Today’s Games Mississippi College, Wednesday. South Texas Tech at Kansas State, 2:30 p.m.
players of the week following the victory against MSU. Josh Jacobs was 10. Kentucky (1-1) did not play. Next: vs. W L T Pct PF PA Bowling Green at Akron, 2:30 p.m.
recognized on offense, Isaiah Buggs, Raekwon Davis, and Williams Women: Itawamba at Gadsden State, 5:30 p.m. North Dakota, Wednesday. Houston 6 3 0 .667 216 184 Southern Illinois at North Dakota State,
11. Michigan State (1-1) did not play. Next: Tennessee 5 4 0 .556 168 151 2:30 p.m.
were honored on defense, and Ale Kaho, D.J. Lewis, and Kyriq McDon- Men: Itawamba at Gadsden State, 7:30 p.m. vs. Louisiana-Monroe, Wednesday. Indianapolis 4 5 0 .444 260 239 Indiana at Michigan, 3 p.m.
12. Kansas State (2-0) beat Denver Missouri State at Northern Iowa, 5 p.m.
ald were selected on special teams. Thursday’s Games 64-56. Next: vs. Eastern Kentucky, Friday.
Jacksonville 3 6 0 .333 160
North
199
SOUTHWEST
n In related news, sophomore wide receiver Jerry Jeudy was Women: Coastal Alabama North at EMCC, 5:30 p.m. 13. Oregon (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. W L T Pct PF PA TCU at Baylor, 11 a.m.
Iowa, Thursday. Alabama State at Prairie View, 1 p.m.
named Monday a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award. Pittsburgh 6 2 1 .722 279 209
Jeudy has a team-leading 925 yards on 45 receptions in 2018 and
Men: Mid-South Prep at EMCC, 7:30 p.m. 14. Florida State (2-0) did not play. Next:
vs. Canisius, Monday. Cincinnati 5 4 0 .556 235 288 Central Arkansas at Abilene Christian, 2 p.m.
Baltimore 4 5 0 .444 213 160 Louisiana-Monroe at Arkansas State, 2 p.m.
15. Syracuse (2-0) did not play. Next: vs.
currently ranks No. 9 on Alabama’s single-season receiving yards list. UConn, Thursday. Cleveland 3 6 1 .350 218 263 Sam Houston State at Houston Baptist, 2 p.m.
Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Texas Southern, 2 p.m.
He is fifth nationally with an average of 20.56 yards per reception, and is 16. Virginia Tech (1-0) did not play. Next: West

on the air
West Virginia at Oklahoma State, 2:30 p.m.
vs. Ball State, Thursday. W L T Pct PF PA
tied for sixth in the nation with 10 touchdown catches this season. 17. Mississippi State (2-0) did not play. Kansas City 9 1 0 .900 353 240
Alabama-Birmingham at Texas A&M, 6 p.m.
Kansas at Oklahoma, 6:30 p.m.
Amari Cooper won the award that recognizes the outstanding Next: vs. Long Beach State, Friday. L.A. Chargers 7 2 0 .778 240 186 Iowa State at Texas, 7 p.m.
Football Bowl Subdivision receiver regardless of position in 2014. He is
Alabama’s lone previous winner.
Today 18. Michigan (2-0) did not play. Next: at
No. 8 Villanova, Wednesday.
19. Clemson (2-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Denver
Oakland
3 6 0 .333 205
1 8 0 .111 147
213
272
FAR WEST
Utah at Colorado, 12:30 p.m.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL Sam Houston State, Wednesday.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE Southern California at UCLA, 2:30 p.m.
n Women’s basketball team will take on Utah: At Salt Lake East Utah State at Colorado State, 1 p.m.
5:30 p.m. — Wisconsin at Xavier, FS1 20. UCLA (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. W L T Pct PF PA Montana State at Montana, 1 p.m.
City, the women’s basketball team will take on Utah at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Saint Francis (Pa.), Friday.
the Jon M. Huntsman Center. 6 p.m. — Stephen F. Austin at Miami, ESPNU 21. TCU (2-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Washington 6 3 0 .667 176
Dallas 4 5 0 .444 181
175
171
Sacramento State at UC Davis, 3 p.m.
Fresno State, Thursday. Air Force at Wyoming, 3 p.m.
Both teams enter the game with a 1-0 record. Alabama defeated 6 p.m. — Norfolk State at South Carolina, SEC 22. LSU (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. Philadelphia 4 5 0 .444 198 183 Oregon State at Washington, 3:30 p.m.
N.Y. Giants 2 7 0 .222 177 228
Southeastern Louisiana 88-40 on Nov. 7 and Utah defeated Nevada on Network Memphis, Tuesday.
23. Purdue (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. South
North Dakota at Northern Arizona, 3:30 p.m.
Nevada at San Jose State, 4 p.m.
the road, 74-52. 6 p.m. — Holy Cross at Providence, FS2 Appalachian State, Thursday. W L T Pct PF PA Weber State at Idaho State, 4:30 p.m.
24. Marquette (2-0) did not play. Next: at New Orleans 8 1 0 .889 330 232 Southern Utah at Cal Poly, 6:05 p.m.
n Nesterov earns win at USTA $25k Futures: At Norman, 7 p.m. — Drake at Colorado, Pac-12 Network Indiana, Wednesday. Carolina 6 3 0 .667 241 232 Stanford at California, 6:30 p.m.
Oklahoma, Junior Alexey Nesterov won and senior Mazen Osama lost 7:30 p.m. — Georgetown at Illinois, FS1 25. Buffalo (3-0) beat Southern Illinois Atlanta 4 5 0 .444 244 254 New Mexico State at BYU, 9:15 p.m.
62-35. Next: vs. Dartmouth, Wednesday, Nov. Tampa Bay 3 6 0 .333 232 291 Arizona State at Oregon, 9:30 p.m.
in their second -round qualifiers Monday at the United States Tennis 8 p.m. — Georgia Tech at Tennessee, ESPN2 21. North Arizona at Washington State, 9:30 p.m.
Association (USTA) $25k Futures at the Oklahoma University Gregg 9 p.m. — Hampton at California, Pac-12 Network W L T Pct PF PA San Diego State at Fresno State, 9:30 p.m.
Wadley Tennis Pavilion. The AP Men’s Top 25 Chicago 6 3 0 .667 269 175 UNLV at Hawaii, 10 p.m.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL The weekly poll, with first-place votes in Minnesota 5 3 1 .611 221 204
Nesterov battled back to defeat Emile Hudd, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3. On the
other side of the draw, Osama lost to Uros Petronijevic, 6-3, 6-4.
5 p.m. — Western Michigan at Ball State, ESPN2
parentheses, records through Nov. 11, total
points based on 25 points for a first-place vote
Green Bay
Detroit
4 4 1 .500 223
3 6 0 .333 202
216
244 Hockey
Nesterov will take on Alessandro Ventre at 9 a.m. Tuesday. NBA through one point for a 25th-place vote and last
week’s ranking:
West NHL
W L T Pct PF PA
6 p.m. — Charlotte at Cleveland, NBA TV Rec. Pts Prv
L.A. Rams 9 1 0 .900 335 231
Monday’s Games
Carolina 3, Chicago 2, OT
Southeastern Conference 9:30 p.m. — Atlanta at Golden State, Fox Sports
Southeast
1. Duke (48)
2. Kansas (14)
3. Gonzaga
2-0 1606 4
1-0 1571 1
2-0 1478 3
Seattle
Arizona
4 5 0 .444 219
2 7 0 .222 124
192
225
N.Y. Rangers 2, Vancouver 1
Columbus 2, Dallas 1
Anaheim 2, Nashville 1, SO
Auburn’s Okeke, Vanderbilt’s Garland earn league NHL
4. Virginia (2)
5. Tennessee (1)
2-0 1326 5
2-0 1306 6
San Francisco 2 8 0 .200 230 266
Today’s Games
Monday’s Game Pittsburgh at New Jersey, 6 p.m.
honors 6:30 p.m. — Tampa Bay at Buffalo, NBC Sports 6. Nevada
7. North Carolina
2-0 1277 7
2-0 1260 8 N.Y. Giants 27, San Francisco 23 Vancouver at N.Y. Islanders, 6 p.m.
Florida at Philadelphia, 6 p.m.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Auburn forward Chuma Okeke and Van- Network 8. Villanova 2-0 1139 9 Thursday’s Game
Tampa Bay at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m.
9. Auburn 2-0 1132 11 Green Bay at Seattle, 7:20 p.m.
derbilt guard were named Monday the Southeastern Conference Player Arizona at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.
and Freshman of the Week. Wednesday 10. Kentucky
11. Michigan State
1-1 1054 2
1-1 919 10
Sunday’s Games
Houston at Washington, Noon
Washington at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
Montreal at Edmonton, 8 p.m.
Okeke, a 6-foot-8, 230-pound sophomore from Atlanta, averaged COLLEGE BASKETBALL 12. Kansas State
13. Oregon
1-0 892 12
2-0 739 14
Pittsburgh at Jacksonville, Noon
Tampa Bay at N.Y. Giants, Noon
Toronto at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m.
Nashville at San Jose, 9:30 p.m.
19.5 points, 9.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 2.5 blocked shots, and two steals 5:30 p.m. — Michigan at Villanova, FS1 14. Florida State 2-0 731 17 Dallas at Atlanta, Noon Wednesday’s Games
in victories against South Alabama and No. 25 Washington. He set 15. Syracuse 2-0 673 16 Cincinnati at Baltimore, Noon Washington at Winnipeg, 7 p.m.
6 p.m. — La Salle at Florida, SEC Network 16. Virginia Tech 1-0 664 15 Carolina at Detroit, Noon St. Louis at Chicago, 7 p.m.
career marks with 20 points, five assists, three blocks, and three steals 6:30 p.m. — Seton Hall at Nebraska, Big Ten 17. Mississippi State 2-0 549 18 Tennessee at Indianapolis, Noon Boston at Colorado, 9 p.m.
in season opener against USA. Network
18. Michigan 2-0 486 19 Denver at L.A. Chargers, 3:05 p.m. Anaheim at Vegas, 9:30 p.m.
19. Clemson 2-0 350 22 Oakland at Arizona, 3:05 p.m. Thursday’s Games
Garland, a 6-2, 175-pounder from Nashville, Tennessee, averaged 20. UCLA 2-0 340 21
21.5 points, four rebounds, and 2.5 assists in victories against Winthrop
7 p.m. — UTEP at Arizona, Pac-12 Network 21. TCU 2-0 323 20
Philadelphia at New Orleans, 3:25 p.m. Florida at Columbus, 6 p.m.
Minnesota at Chicago, 7:20 p.m. Tampa Bay at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m.
and at Southern California. 7 p.m. — Mississippi College at Auburn, SEC 22. LSU 2-0 248 23 Open: Buffalo, San Francisco, Miami, New Jersey at Philadelphia, 6 p.m.
23. Purdue 2-0 218 24
Network 24. Marquette 2-0 155 —
New England, Cleveland, N.Y. Jets N.Y. Rangers at N.Y. Islanders, 6 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 19 Detroit at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m. — Marquette at Indiana, FS1
Junior Colleges
25. Buffalo 2-0 154 —
Kansas City vs L.A. Rams at Mexico City, Vancouver at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
Also Receiving Votes: West Virginia 145,
8 p.m. — North Dakota at Kentucky, SEC Network Indiana 131, Nebraska 41, Wisconsin 32, MX, 7:15 p.m. Nashville at Arizona, 8 p.m.
ICC has six earn postseason football honors 9 p.m. — Stetson at USC, Pac-12 Network Washington 29, Maryland 28, Notre Dame 24,
Miami 16, Ohio State 14, Alabama 11, Florida
Canadian Football League Montreal at Calgary, 8 p.m.
Toronto at San Jose, 9:30 p.m.
FULTON — Six members of the Itawamba Community College COLLEGE FOOTBALL 9, Iowa State 9, Louisville 8, Texas 6, Texas Playoffs
football program earned Mississippi Association of Community and 6 p.m. — Buffalo at Ohio, ESPN2
Tech 5, Arizona State 4, Butler 4, Vanderbilt 4,
Loyola of Chicago 3, Arizona 2, Marshall 2, St.
Conference Finals
Sunday, Nov. 18 Soccer
Junior Colleges (MACJC) All-State honors, while one received National 7 p.m. — Miami University at Northern Illinois, John’s 2, Xavier 2, Davidson 1, Furman 1, Penn Eastern Conference Major League Playoffs
Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Region recognition 1, Southern Illinois 1. Hamilton at Ottawa, Noon Conference Championships
ESPNU Western Conference
when the league announced its postseason awards Monday. Monday’s Women’s Major Winnipeg at Calgary, 3:30 p.m.
Home-and-home
GOLF Eastern Conference
Sophomore wide receiver Jamel Thomas (Caledonia), sophomore
10 p.m. — PGA Tour, Emirates Australian Open, College Scores Grey Cup First leg
defensive back Cortez Davis (Flowery Branch, Ga.), and sophomore EAST
At Edmonton Sunday, Nov. 25
offensive lineman Shed Ross (Grenada) were named first-team MACJC first round, at The Lake GC, Sydney, TGC Boston U. 72, Brown 51
Sunday, Nov. 25 New York at Atlanta, 4 p.m.
Columbia 70, Army 49 Second leg
All-State. NBA Cornell 48, Albany (NY) 34 TBD, 5 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 29: Atlanta at New York, 6 p.m.
Thomas, who also was named NJCAA All-Region 23, had 59 7 p.m. — New Orleans at Minnesota, ESPN Duquesne 73, Mount St. Mary’s 64
SOUTH
Southeastern Western Conference
First leg
catches for 934 yards and eight touchdowns. He averaged a NJCAA 9:30 p.m. — Portland at LA Lakers, ESPN Belmont 78, Tulsa 53 Conference Sunday, Nov. 25
leading 103.8 yards per game. Florida Gulf Coast 99, Florida Memorial 68 East
NHL Georgia St. 67, FIU 61 Conference All Games
Sporting Kansas City at Portland, 6:30 p.m.
Sophomore kicker Caleb Comer (Caledonia), freshman linebacker 7 p.m. — St. Louis at Chicago, NBC Sports Mercer 79, Georgia Southern 72 W L PF PA W L PF PA Second leg
Northwestern St. 100, LeTourneau 40 Georgia 7 1 276 151 9 1 370 158 Thursday, Nov. 29: Portland at Sporting Kansas
Keshun Parker (Calhoun City), and freshman running back Hiram Network City, 8:30 p.m.
SE Louisiana 70, Mobile 57 Florida 5 3 209 205 7 3 310 221
Wadlington (Oxford) were named second-team MACJC All-State. Kentucky 5 3 146 132 7 3 229 162
9:30 p.m. — Anaheim at Vegas, NBC Sports Savannah St. 101, Carver College 49
MLS Cup
Comer was 30-for-33 on extra points, 4-for-6 on field goals, and Troy 72, Samford 52 S. Carolina 4 4 230 243 5 4 279 258
fourth on the team in scoring with 42 points. Network Vanderbilt 99, Austin Peay 70 Missouri 2 4 159 179 6 4 355 276
Tennessee 2 4 132 201 5 5 243 247
Saturday, Dec. 8
W. Carolina 63, Young Harris 54 Sporting Kansas City-Portland winner at
— From Special Reports William & Mary 88, Howard 75 Vanderbilt 1 5 134 193 4 6 258 259 Atlanta-New York winner, 7 p.m.
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The W men
Continued from Page 1B
Harrison Fancher hit ner set the stage for Scott’s
both free throws and then rousing dunk.
drained a clutch 3-pointer On this night, though,
than provided just enough the Owls didn’t get to cel-
cushion the rest of the way ebrate the program’s first
in Blue Mountain’s 81-74 night, but they showed a
victory. fight coach Brian Merkel
Scott led The W with 21 hopes will be there more
points and nine rebounds. consistently for 40 minutes
Former Starkville High at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
School standout Keith Har- when his team plays host to
ris, who played with Scott at Talladega College.
East Mississippi Communi- “It was all on the defensive
ty College in Scooba, added end,” Merkel said. “We were
17 points, five rebounds, and switching zone and man,
three assists. Shon Wright and we played zone in the
(11 points) and Tre Pinkson first half. We had to. We just
(10) also reached double fig- weren’t able to get any stops. Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch
ures. Former Starkville High The guys really bought into LEFT: Mississippi University for Women junior guard Rokila Wallace goes up for two of her 17 points Monday
standout Josh Skinner added that (in the second half). The night. RIGHT: Autumn Taylor had 11 points and eight rebounds for the Owls.
two points and an assist in 20
minutes.
“Coach talked to us
effort level was there in the
second half.”
Merkel said the Owls
The W women
Continued from Page 1B
about energy at halftime used a lot of one-on-one
and that we had to pick up matchups in an effort to The former Columbus legiate Athletic Association play prior to that sequence, ball.
our energy,” Scott said. create off the dribble. He High School standout col- (USCAA) poll, kick off the Wallace earned an unoffi- “I preach that to them all
“We talked among our- said he will put more plays lected the pass and shifted night in style. cial “assist” when she bent of the time,” White Jr. said.
selves and got each other in as the season progress- into fifth gear. The junior Wallace smiled and said down and tied the sneaker “You have to put pressure
going. We know each oth- es, but he feels the Owls’ guard raced down the lane White Jr. fusses at the Owls of Jones, who apparently on the defense. You have to
er’s strengths and weak- skills lend itself to isolation and converted the up-tem- when they don’t push the had jammed a pinkie finger be in attack mode. We can
nesses, and we just tried to plays that spread the floor po move with a layup. tempo and try to beat op- earlier in the game. shoot the ball. We’re not a
get each other going like and draw defenders to kick In front of The W bench, ponents down the court. Wallace, who is coming great, great shooting team,
they should.” to open shooters or give coach Howard White Jr.’s The proof came in the final off the bench, used the word but we’re better — that’s
Jonah Simpson had sev- players a chance to get all clapping reverberated quarter, as the Owls, who “chemistry” to describe the our strength — attacking
en of his 21 points down the of the way to the basket. An throughout Pohl Gymna- led 44-30 entering the final success the Owls have had the basket and getting the
stretch to help Blue Moun- 8-for-25 effort from 3-point sium as he said, “Let’s go quarter, scored 14 of their in the first week of the sea- ball inside.”
tain, an NAIA school, im- range showed the Owls baby. That’s the way we final 17 points in the paint. son. She said all of the play- The W had a 55-38 re-
prove to 2-0. Da’Juonta Ross have enough shooters to play.” “It just depends on who ers have fit into their roles bounding edge to solidify
had 14 points and eight re- make defenses pay if they The W’s aggressive we have on the floor,” White thanks to the work they have White Jr.’s point about his
bounds, and Fancher added stay in a zone. Defensively, style produced 42 points Jr. said. “I try to put two big done in practice. team’s strength. The Owls
13 points for the Toppers. Merkel is eager to see what in the paint en route to a people on the floor at the “We know our team- also limited their turnovers
Lukas Durasas led the way happens when the Owls 61-36 victory against NA- same time. Keke (Jones) mates when we’re on the to 13, which enabled them
with 11 rebounds. bring the defensive energy IA-member Blue Mountain runs the floor pretty well. floor together,” Wallace to get more opportunities
Blue Mountain built a they showed in the second College in the team’s home She has asthma, so I have said. “Coach just lets us to score on a night when
27-11 lead with 11:34 to play half for an entire game. opener. to monitor her minutes. If play. He knows when we’re they were 23-for-59 (39 per-
in the first half. A 3-pointer “If we play defense like “Coach is all motivation,” we start to push too much, in our game and when cent) from the field. The W
by Harris with 3.6 seconds we did in the second half for Wallace said. “We know who we have to get her out of we’re not in our game. ... limited Blue Mountain (1-
to go in the half cut the half- 40 minutes I think we’re go- we can outrun and we can’t the game. ... We don’t really Everybody has a role. It 2) to 22.9-percent shooting
time deficit to 45-34. ing to be very successful,” outrun. We look over there have a big dropoff when we doesn’t matter if you’re on (16-for-70) from the field.
In the second half, the Merkel said. “They scored at him to know when we bring them off the bench.” the bench. If you’re on the “Our matchup zone is
Owls turned up the defen- some late, but if we contin- should do it. Nine times out Wallace is one of a bench, you cheer with your probably our best defense
sive intensity. Increased ac- ue to put in the effort defen- of 10 our speed compared handful of guards in a team because when we go right now,” White Jr. said.
tivity on that end of the floor sively like we did in the sec- to somebody else’s speed deep backcourt. Bailey, to the national champion- “We figured some things
slowly made the difference ond half, we’ll put ourselves we know we can outrun, we Keyahna (KeKe) Jones, ship it ain’t going to be the out in Denver about how we
in the second half, even af- in great position to win.” don’t hesitate to look. We just and Tenazhia Hinkson five on the floor who are go- need to play. We still have
ter Harris had to leave the Scott, who has played in go with it.” give the Owls balance in ing to get a ring. Everybody to get some rotations down
game for a few minutes af- the post and facing the bas- Wallace led the charge the front court and willing is going to get one.” and everything, but other
ter apparently tweaking an ket, is excited to see what with 17 points and six re- participants to run with White Jr. said the Owls than that, they’re doing a
ankle. Pinkson scored on happens, too. bounds, while former West the guards. Earlier in the hope to add even more pretty good job at it.”
a layup off a turnover and “It is going to be tough Point High standout Qiayon fourth quarter, Jones ran depth to their front court The W will return to
Scott hit a 3-pointer to cap for everyone that is on the Bailey had 14 points and 16 the court and rebounded as Meosha Barnum gets action at 5:30 p.m. Thurs-
an 8-0 run that cut the Top- opposite side of the bench rebounds. Autumn Taylor a missed drive by Wallace healthy. He didn’t deny, day at Rust College in Hol-
pers’ lead to 54-49. Wright for us,” Scott said. “When added 11 points and eight and scored. The putback though, that the backcourt ly Springs.
added another trey to keep we can combine and play as rebounds to help The W was just another instance is the strength of team. He Follow Dispatch sports
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Mississippi University for Women senior D.J. Clark leans to try to get a shot off
against Blue Mountain College on Monday night in Columbus.

Caledonia
Continued from Page 1B
Activities Association numerous junior colleges down that place,” said
(MHSAA) Class 4A play- in the state of Mississippi Bates, who hadn’t thought
offs. Stacy earned playoff and some small Division I about attending EMCC pri-
victories against Yazoo schools. He said he knew or to his visit, but he said he
City and Kosciusko as he wanted to go to Me- knew immediately he want-
part of a 5-3 season. He ridian C.C. after he took ed to go to Scooba.
sported a stingy 1.07 ERA his visit. He said he gave Bates said he enjoyed
in nine games. In 46 in- a verbal commitment in his visit to Scooba and
nings, he surrendered 24 August. meeting new head coach
hits and walked 29. He “The success they Brett Kimbrel, who took
struck out 72. have had and I have heard over for former coach
The highlight of Sta- a lot of good things about Chris Rose in May. Kim-
cy’s season was a five-in- the development (of play- brel spent the past two
ning no-hitter against ers at the school),” Stacy seasons as an assistant
Yazoo City in the opening said when asked what baseball coach at EMCC.
round of the playoffs. In impressed him about his Prior to that, he spent 12
two postseason outings, visit to the school. “I want seasons as an assistant
Stacy allowed only two them to get me the best I coach on Bobby Sprowl’s
hits and zero earned runs can be and move on from Shelton State C.C. base-
in 10 innings. He walked there.” ball staff.
eight and struck out 20. Stacy also was third Bates said there are
“Last season helped on the team with 13 runs times when it feels like he
out a lot,” Stacy said. “I scored and fourth on the has been playing baseball
know I can do what I did team with 13 RBIs. He for a long time. He said
last year and this year I added four doubles and 10 he remembers when he
have the potential to do stolen bases. played coach-pitch and
better than I did.” Bates had a monster that he is anxious to start
Stacy said his perfor- sophomore season, hit- another phase of his base-
mance as a junior raised ting .367 with 33 hits and ball career at EMCC.
expectations for his fu- 22 RBIs. Last season, “I think I am going to
ture and motivated him Bates led Caledonia with like it. It is going to be
to work harder. He spent 28 runs and three home something different,” said
much of the offseason runs. He also was third Bates, who played with
playing with the East on the team with 14 RBIs the East Coast Sox for
Coast Sox travel base- and five doubles. On the four years. “I have been
ball organization, which mound, Bates logged 27 working for this for a long
Bates also belongs to. 2/3 innings and struck time. I think I am going to
Stacy pitched and played out 42. He said he projects do fine.”
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summer. rent position — at EMCC. editor Adam Minichino on
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FOOTBALL: NFL

Manning’s late TD pass lifts Giants past 49ers
By JOSH DUBOW
New York 27, ball in a perfect place.” Raiders on Nov. 1 when he
The Associated Press Matt Breida ran for joined Hall of Famers Jim
San Francisco 23 101 yards and scored two Kelly and Fran Tarkenton
SANTA CLARA, Ca- touchdowns for the 49ers as the only players with at
lif. — Eli Manning threw touchdown passes to (2-8), who were unable to least 250 yards passing,
a 3-yard touchdown pass Odell Beckham Jr. and
win consecutive games three touchdown passes
to Sterling Shepard with then engineered the late
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53 seconds left and the game-winning drive with
terback Nick Mullens. the first career game.
New York Giants snapped help from a pair of third-
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cisco 49ers 27-23 on Mon- kello Witherspoon. field goal by Robbie Gould touchdown pass to Breida
day night. Saquon Barkley then that gave the Niners a 23- that made it 20-10 early
“It meams a lot,” Man- had a 23-yard catch to get 20 lead with 2 minutes, 46 in the third quarter. But
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Ohtani, Acuna Jr. win Rookie of the Year honors
Difficulty Level 11/12

By RONALD BLUM injury the Angels were aware of when and 50 strikeouts as a pitcher in the
The Associated Press they signed him for a $2,315,000 same season.
bonus last winter. The 24-year-old Acuna received 27 first-place votes
NEW YORK — Shohei Ohtani was right-hander made just one more and three seconds for 144 points. Soto
rewarded for a Ruthian season at the mound appearance, on Sept. 2, and got two firsts and 89 points.
plate — and on the mound. three days later the team said a scan Acuna, in Japan with a major
Baseball’s best two-way player revealed additional damage and sur- league All-Star team, declined to
since the Babe at the dawn of the gery was recommended. participate in a morning conference
live-ball era a century ago, Ohtani Ohtani appeared in 22 more games call about the vote, BBWAA secre-
was an overwhelming pick for Amer- as a hitter, had Tommy John surgery tary-treasurer Jack O’Connell said.
ican League Rookie of the Year on on Oct. 1 and hopes to be able to help Acuna started the season at Tri-
Monday despite an elbow injury that the Angels at the plate next season. ple-A and made his debut on April
stymied his switch from Japan to the He probably won’t take the mound 25, the youngest player in the ma-
major leagues and likely will prevent again until 2020. jors then at 20 years, 128 days. The
him from pitching next year. Ohtani, who left the Nippon Ham Venezuelan hit .293 with 26 homers,
“I was just kind of disappointed I Fighters to play in the major leagues, 64 RBIs and 16 steals with a .917
wasn’t able to play a full season,” he received 25 first-place votes and four OPS.
said through a translator. “I feel like seconds for 137 points from the Base- Soto debuted on May 20 at 19
every player should be able to play a ball Writers’ Association of America. years, 207 days, although in a quirk
full year and help out the team. That’s New York Yankees third baseman the Dominican is credited with a
something I need to work on, and Miguel Andujar was second with home run from five days before his
that’s going to be one of my goals, to five firsts and 89 points, and Yankees debut — he went deep on June 18
stay healthy for a long full season and second baseman Gleyber Torres was against the New York Yankees in the
be able to the team win from day one.” next with 25 points. completion of the May 15 suspended
Atlanta Braves outfielder Ronald Ohtani was 4-2 with a 3.31 earned game. Soto hit .292 with 22 homers,
Acuna Jr. was a runaway choice for run average and 63 strikeouts in 51 70 RBIs and a .923 OPS. He was two
the NL honor over Washington out- 2/3 innings in 10 starts. As a designat- shy of Tony Conigliaro’s big league
fielder Juan Soto in a contest between ed hitter, he batted .285 with 22 home record for home runs by a teenager.
20-year-olds. runs and 61 RBIs and a .925 OPS in The AL and NL Manager of the
A singular sensation who earned a 367 plate appearances. Year will be announced Tuesday. Bos-
chorus of praise for his dual success, He is the first Japanese player to ton’s Alex Cora, Tampa Bay’s Kevin
Ohtani became the first player since win a rookie honor since Seattle’s Cash and Oakland’s Bob Melvin are
Ruth in 1919 with 10 homers and four Ichiro Suzuki in 2001 and the fourth the finalists for the AL honor and
pitching wins in the same season. overall, joining the Dodgers’ Hideo Atlanta’s Brian Snitker, Milwaukee’s
He didn’t play between June 4 and Nomo in 1995 and Seattle’s Kazuhiro Craig Counsell and Colorado’s Bud
July 3 because of a sprained ulnar col- Sasaki in 2000. Ohtani became the Black are the finalists for the NL
lateral ligament in his right elbow, an first player with 15 homers as a batter award.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Saban has no plans to sit quarterback Tagovailoa
By The Associated Press day if he would consider “Some of these hits two games after sus-
ACROSS
sitting Tagovailoa for the could be avoided by bet- taining an ankle injury
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. 1 Whirl
game to allow him to rest ter execution, and I think against Tennessee, leav- 5 Lake makeup
— Alabama football coach the knee. that’s what we’re going ing Mac Jones to get more 10 Euro divisions
Nick Saban says he has no “No. Why would we to focus on, not trying to playing time and chances 12 Unescorted
plans to hold out quarter- do that?” Saban said. “I take a guy out of the game in practice. 13 Misleading clues
back Tua Tagovailoa this mean, to say this was not so he can’t improve or do 15 Genesis woman
“Jalen’s day to day. He’s
week against The Citadel. an important game or he what he needs to do to get 16 “The Last Jedi”
definitely getting better,”
Tagovailoa has been doesn’t need to play? I better.” heroine
bothered by a right knee Saban said. “Tua’s OK.
think we need to do a bet- Tagovailoa sat out the 17 Have lunch
injury in recent weeks He’s going to be able to
ter job of the people play- fourth quarter against 18 Like duck feet
and left the game against practice, so that’s not an
ing around him, doing then-No. 18 Mississip- 20 Bobsled’s kin
Mississippi State after what they’re supposed to pi State and was sacked issue. Mac is getting a lot 21 Dazes
getting hit on it. No. 1 do so he doesn’t get hit. four times in the game. of (repetitions), so I think 22 Commentary
Alabama will play host And he needs to do a bet- Saban said afterward the he’s getting better. piece
to huge underdog The ter job of stepping up in quarterback could have “Whatever the guys 23 Printer’s proof
Citadel on Saturday, and the pocket and getting rid returned if needed in the can do, we’re going to 25 Checkout act
Saban said Tagovailoa is of the ball, which he had 24-0 win. have them do and get as 28 Tirades
“OK” and will practice. several opportunities to Backup Jalen Hurts many reps for them as we 31 Folder features 2 Irritates 27 Tolerates
32 Andress of “Dr. 3 Owing 29 Elvis’s birthplace
Saban was asked Mon- do. hasn’t played in the past can.”
No”

MSU
4 Utmost 30 Moves stealthily
34 French friend 5 Cautious 33 Nervous
35 Casino card 6 Boxing great 35 Prepares for war
36 Grenade part 7 Get in shape 38 Topper
Continued from Page 1B 37 Humanitarian aid 8 Hire 39 Lot sight
Quarterback Nick Fitzgerald Bryant, who will decide where he and SEC Commissioner Greg San- society 9 Sat for a spell
said MSU (6-4, 2-4 Southeastern will transfer Dec. 4. key about the officiating in the loss 40 Coffee add-in 11 Peaceful
Conference) has struggled with the The former Tiger started every to Alabama, but he stressed such 41 Mediation events 14 Lumber tree
clap cadence — the action of using game last season to help lead Clem- communication is normal. 42 Padlock holders 19 Singes
a clap to call for the snap — all sea- son to the College Football Playoff. Moorhead said he went through 43 Optimistic 20 Diving birds
son. Last week in a 24-0 loss to No. He started the first four games this his usual procedures, too. Each 24 Least common
1 Alabama, two premature snaps season before Clemson switched to DOWN 25 Stiffness
week he sends plays to the SEC for 1 Threaded fastener 26 Phone feature
helped stall drives. Trevor Lawrence. That’s when Bry- evaluation and gets a response in
MSU hopes it won’t have to wor- ant decided to transfer. the middle of the following week.
ry about the issue at 11 a.m. Satur- Rivals.com reported Bryant will “A response is forthcoming and
day (ESPN) when it plays host to visit MSU this weekend and will the Southeastern Conference will
Arkansas (2-8, 0-6), but MSU foot- visit Auburn and Miami before the
handle the rest of it,” Moorhead
ball coach Joe Moorhead said the season ends. He already has visit-
said.
issues have been infrequent. ed Arkansas, Missouri, and North
“We struggled with it at Ken- Carolina, according to the report.
tucky,” Moorhead said. “I don’t Nick Fitzgerald is a senior and Injury update
think you saw much of an issue his backup, Keytaon Thompson, is Moorhead had good news to re-
with it outside of the first two plays a sophomore. MSU also has fresh- port on the injury front.
at LSU. That was probably the loud- man Jalen Mayden on his way to Running back Kylin Hill is listed
est environment we’ve played in. a redshirt and has a commitment as day to day even though he played
We only utilize it on the road when from Garrett Shrader, a four-star the last two games. Moorhead is
crowd noise is a factor.” prospect from Charlotte, in its ‘cautiously optimistic” defensive
Against Kentucky, nearly all Class of 2019. As a graduate trans- back Jaquarius Landrews can re-
of the 11 offensive penalties MSU fer, Bryant would be eligible for the turn. He also expects linebackers
committed were delay of games or 2019 season and have one year of Leo Lewis and Sh’mar Kilby-Lane
false starts. MSU also took two tim- eligibility remaining. to return.
ing-related penalties on its opening Landrews and Kilby-Lane
drive at LSU. Moorhead mum on officiating missed the game against Alabama
saga with injuries. Lewis didn’t travel
MSU in grad transfer market MSU Director of Athletics John with the team due to illness.
Rivals.com reported Monday Cohen told The Dispatch Sunday Follow Dispatch sports writer
that MSU is in the mix to land for- he was in contact with SEC direc- Brett Hudson on Twitter @Brett_
WHATZIT ANSWER
mer Clemson quarterback Kelly tor of football officials Steve Shaw Hudson Log cabin
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EMCC
Continued from Page 1B
the National Junior College rankings Monday afternoon. Saturday in Ellisville. Quar- held to seven points or less. Mississippi C.C, No. 11 Missis-
Athletic Association (NJCAA) EMCC earned 15 of 17 first- terback TyQuan Ulmer threw EMCC, which improved sippi Gulf Coast C.C., and No.
national championship game. place votes and held a 16-point two touchdown passes to Don- to 7-0 in state championship 18 Copiah-Lincoln C.C. also
For the first time, the game lead over Garden City (369- tario Drummond, while Deon games, will try to move to 7-0 in represented the MACJC in the
will be played at Carrie Smith 353) in the computer rankings. McIntosh eclipsed 1,000 yards bowl games and 5-0 in nation- final poll.
Stadium on the campus of Pitts- Garden City secured the other for the season and scored the al championship games under On Tuesday, Jones is expect-
burg State in Pittsburg, Kan- two first-place votes. team’s other touchdown. Stephens. ed to accept an invitation to
sas. This will be the first year of This season marked the first On defense, the Lions forced Garden City captured the the Mississippi Bowl when the
a three-year run at the stadium. time EMCC was ranked No. 1 in a season-best six turnovers. Jayhawk League regular-sea- NJCAA releases all bowl pair-
CBS Sports Network also all 12 rankings. “This team wanted to save its son championship for the sec- ings for this season. That game
will televise the game national-
“That may be the biggest best performance for a champi- ond time in three years. The played host to EMCC’s last
ly for the first time.
testament to the consistency onship setting,” EMCC soph- BroncBusters won twice by three national championships.
“Incredible accomplishment
of this team,” Stephens said. omore defensive back JaQuez three points and four times by Meanwhile, EMCC will pack
to be back in the championship
game,” EMCC coach Buddy “They have played with the Akins said. “Last season, the eight points or less. a 16-game winning streak for
Stephens said. “These group bull’s eye on their back the defense played to the best of This will be the final game Kansas. EMCC has played two
of kids have worked hard and entire season. For the sopho- its capabilities. This season, ev- for coach Jeff Sims, who is previous national championship
earned that trip. An undefeated mores, last year’s (national) erybody has bought in and put headed to Missouri Southern games as the No. 1 team.
team from our league (Missis- championship was not enough. more time in to make sure we University. Sims guided Gar- “It’s go time now,” EMCC
sippi Association of Commu- This team is striving to make it are playing like a championship den City to the 2016 national sophomore wide receiver
nity and Junior Colleges) will two straight.” team. championship. Kalem Reddix said. “We got
always be in position to play in EMCC captured its seventh EMCC enters the national Charles West has eight 100- one more week to be 1-0.”
this game. It’s an honor to be MACJC State championship championship game allowing yard rushing games to lead the Follow Dispatch sports
representing our league.” with a 19-14 victory against a nation-best 11.4 points per Garden City. 1writer Scott Walters on Twitter
The NJCAA released its final then-No. 4 Jones College on game. Five opponents were No. 5 Jones, No. 8 Northwest @dispatchscott

Comics & Puzzles
DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: ters from young For many reasons, not ev-
I am couples caught eryone celebrates the holidays
ashamed in the middle of a on their designated calendar
to admit this, but battle over where days, and that includes Thanks-
years ago I had to spend Christ- giving. If more families took a
an affair with a mas. So I decided page out of your book, it could
married man. to start a new eliminate much of the holiday
His wife had no family tradition. stress regular readers of my
idea, but all of We celebrated column suffer. Thank you for
his friends knew Christmas at taking the time to write.
about it. She Thanksgiving. We DEAR ABBY: I enjoy going
recently left him put up the tree to movies, especially to the
because she met and had all the theater in town where I can
ZITS someone else, family presents reserve my seat ahead of time.
and he’s not only wrapped and I recently reserved my seat two
bad-mouthing her, ready to exchange days in advance to a movie
but also using underneath. I had been wanting to see.
it against her in
Dear Abby It was a win- When I arrived at the theater, a
their divorce. win! We got to woman was sitting in my seat.
Would it be wrong of me to share Christmas I politely pointed out to her that
help her by letting her know he with family, watch our grandkids she was in my seat, and she
was a big cheater? I don’t want open their presents and en- glared at me and said rudely,
to cause her any more hurt than joyed the holiday turkey with all “Really?”
she’s already experiencing. I the trimmings. The grandkids Granted, the row was empty
no longer have any interest in got two Christmases, and our at the time, but it was still
him, but I think the information kids enjoyed a guilt-free Christ- early. I knew more people would
might help her. I genuinely feel mas with their in-laws. show up, and I didn’t want to
for her. — KARMA OUT EAST As for us — we spent Christ- take someone else’s seat.
GARFIELD DEAR KARMA: I genuinely mas with other people who, So I replied, “Yes, REALLY. I
feel for her, too. By all means for whatever reason, couldn’t reserved this seat days ago.”
volunteer the information. And spend it with family. It worked Was I right asking her to move?
when you do, do NOT do it for years, and my children More people did show up, and
anonymously because if you now continue the tradition. — the theater was full. — MY
do, her almost-ex can claim the HAPPY HOLIDAYS WITHOUT SEAT IN NEW MEXICO
information isn’t credible. CONFLICT DEAR MY SEAT: Yes, you
DEAR ABBY: With the DEAR H.H.: You came up were right. And if the woman
holidays approaching, I want to with an excellent solution. had refused to move, you
share with you the solution to a Thinking outside the box is should have asked an usher
holiday problem. When our kids a trait that can be extremely to “clarify” your seat assign-
grew up and started their own helpful in ensuring the success ment for her and ensure she
families, I had read many let- of the holiday celebrations. complied.

CANDORVILLE
Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Nov. live. This isn’t always possible message is genuine. You may
13). This big project to which in your immediate environment, decide to use different words to
you’ve devoted yourself will but you can make it happen in be better understood. The wise
never be finished; it has a life of your mind through reading and use their education of language
its own now. But it will pay out study. to communicate well, while the
big dividends time and again GEMINI (May 21-June foolish use their literary educa-
this year, and this allows you to 21). Friction is the enemy of tion to alienate and impress.
help your loved ones and create connection. Movement doesn’t VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
a lot of fun, too. Also of note: a help either. To glue two pieces Read the room. If this isn’t a
certificate you earn, romance in together, you have to hold them good audience for you, find a
hot summer nights and a family still in one place long enough different one. It’s harder to feel
addition. Capricorn and Gemini for the bond to set. People are good about what you have to
adore you. Your lucky numbers like this, too. They bond in the offer when you’re around people
are: 34, 7, 18, 3 and 45. still, silent pauses. who don’t know enough to give
BABY BLUES ARIES (March 21-April 19). CANCER (June 22-July 22). it the value it deserves.
If you have the privilege of know- For one as sensitive as you, LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
ing someone very young, the it’s hard to imagine how some The main difference between
under 8 set will be especially people have zero empathy. the gambling that’s called busi-
wise and wonderful teachers to- Whether you want to or not, ness, and the business that’s
day. (Though their methods are you vividly sense the feelings of called gambling is the odds.
unorthodox to say the least.) others. In fact, today you won’t Today, all the business you do
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). know where theirs end and will come with some degree of
Spend more time with people yours begin. risk, but not all of it will qualify
who live the way you want to LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Your as a gamble.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). There are questions you
thought you answered years ago
that have somehow re-seeded
themselves and sprouted into a
BEETLE BAILEY hardier variety. You can’t come
to terms with this in a day, but
start digging and eventually
you’ll root it out.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). Whether your opinion
happens to be in line with the
majority or the minority doesn’t
really matter. What matters is
that it feels right to you and that
you’re not too worried about
who else agrees.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). No one can tell a wildflower
where to grow. It can pop right
MALLARD FILLMORE through pavement if it wants.
Something in you is similarly
unstoppable. It may not be the
season yet, but it’s curled up,
gathering strength, waiting for
the right time.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). You’ve seen too much
of life to have a strictly sunny
outlook. You know the shadow
is there, and you’re not afraid to
peer into the dark. But you don’t
let the darkness seduce you
either. You’ll train your mind to
move toward the light.
FAMILY CIRCUS PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). This thing pitting you
against you has to last a life-
time. As with any long-term rela-
tionship, sometimes it will be a
real slog. Drop the adversarial
stance and commit to being a
better more forgiving and sup-
portive friend to yourself.

Handshake
SOLUTION:
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com
Northern District of Mis- deed dated November
6B Tuesday, November 13, 2018 sissippi under Case No. 4, 1996, and recorded
17-14400-JDW, the in Deed Book 1072 at
automatic stay provi- Page 245; and (2) That
Legal Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 sions of the0010
Legal Notices United certain deed
Legal Notices dated
0010 Painting & Papering 1620 General Help Wanted 3200 Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 Houses For Rent: East 7120
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
COUNTY OF LOWNDES
IN THE CHANCERY
COURT OF LOWNDES
States Bankruptcy Code
were lifted in order to al-
low the foreclosure sale
November 22, 1996,
and recorded in Deed
Book 1072 at Page
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NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S
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IN THE MATTER OF THE
of the property de-
scribed herein; and
763.

ALSO LESS AND EX-
Certified in lead
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ESTATE OF JEAN C. WHEREAS, default hav- CEPT THEREFROM a exterior painting, pres- motivated self-starter furnished corporate porch. 24x30 shop.
WHEREAS, on April 17, BLAKE DECEASED ing been made in the tract or parcel of land ly- sure washing & sheet with excellent commu- apartments available. $650/month, $650 de-
2013, Carolyn Jackson terms and conditions of ing and located in the rock repairs. nication and organiza- ON SITE SECURITY. posit. No HUD, no in-
and Larry Mitchell ex- CAUSE NO.2018-0228- said deeds of trust and Southwest Quarter of Free Estimates tional skills, a strong ON SITE MAINTENANCE. side pets. Contact:
ecuted a certain deed of B the entire debt secured the Northeast Quarter of Call 435-6528 work ethic and the abil- ON SITE MANAGEMENT. 2519708 or 3292917.
trust to Jack H. Hayes, thereby having been de- Section 19, Township ity to relate to a wide 24-HOUR CAMERA
Jr., trustee, for the use PHILLIP BLAKE AND clared to be due and 17 South, Range 17 range of people. Sales SURVEILLANCE. Houses For Rent: New Hope
and benefit of Thomas BONNIE BLAKE PETI- payable in accordance West, Lowndes County, Sitting With The Sick / Elderly experience is preferred, Benji @ 662-386-4446
M. Smith and Judy E. TIONERS with the terms thereof, Mississippi, and more 1780 but not required. Full- Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm. 7130
Smith, which deed of the Citizens National particularly described as time position includes Sat/Sun by appt only.
trust is duly recorded in NOTICE TO CREDITORS Bank of Meridian as the follows: NEED SOMEONE to care insurance benefits, GREAT LOCATION to
Mortgage Book 2013 at
page 11301, in the of- Letters of Administra-
legal holder of said in-
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Years of experience.
competitive pay, paid
personal leave and op-
school, clean, 2BR/
1, 2, 3 BEDROOM apart- 1BA, a/c, gas heat, w/d Use and read
fice of the Chancery tion having been gran- quested the under- concrete marker loc- portunity for advance- ments & townhouses. hook up. No pets, no
Clerk of LOWNDES ted and issued to the signed Substituted ated on the Northeast
corner of the Southw-
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662-328-8254.
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and Estate of Jean C. Blake,
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trust and sell the prop-
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est Quarter of the North-
east Quarter of Section
staff. Hand deliver re-
sume to Beth Proffitt at
showing 11/16/18.
Apts For Rent: South 7040 and your
accordance with the 19, Township 17 South, Houses For Rent: Starkville
WHEREAS, on October
15, 2018, Bancorp-
cery Court of Lowndes
County, Mississippi on terms of said Deeds of Range 17 West,
Stump Removal 1790 516 Main Street,
Columbus or email to DOWNTOWN 1BR - This
large 1 bedroom apart-
7170 dollars will
South Bank executed an the 31st day of October, Trust with the sales pro- Lowndes County, Mis- bproffitt@cdispatch.com
Assignment of said
deed of trust unto
2018. This is to give no-
tice to all persons hav-
ceeds to be applied to
said indebtedness and
sissippi; thence South
44 degrees 02 minutes Antiques 4060
ment has been recently
renovated. It features
2BR/1BA house w/ 2
acres in county. 3 miles
go further.
Thomas M. Smith and ing claims against said all expenses incurred as 58 seconds West for great natural light, hard- from Strk, 5 miles from
Judy E. Smith, which as- estate to probate and a result of said default; 1,129.40 feet to an iron CHRISTMAS OPEN wood floors, tall ceil- MSU South Entrance, Mobile Homes for Sale 8650
signment is duly recor- register same with the and pin; thence run South HOUSE ings and access to a W/D, carport. SMALL
ded in Mortgage Book Chancery Clerk of NOW, THEREFORE, the 01 degree 17 minutes Magnolia Antique Mall shared laundry room. dogs ok w/ deposit. BANK REPOS Whole
2018 at page 21874, in Lowndes County, Mis- undersigned Substi- 47 seconds West for ALLSTUMP GRINDING Sat., Nov. 17, 2018 $750 rent and $750 de- Great for grad student Sale to the Public!
the office of the Chan- sissippi within 90 days tuted Trustee will on the 250 feet to an iron pin; SERVICE 10am-5pm posit. Utilities included. or professor. Non- 16x80 Single Wide,
cery Clerk of LOWNDES from the date of the 28th day of November, thence run South 01 de- GET 'ER DONE! 302 Alabama St. No pets please. Call smoking. $750/mo. $9900. Cash Only.
County, Mississippi; first publication of this 2018, offer for sale at gree 17 minutes 47 We can grind all your Peter, 662-574-1561. Utilities not included. Does need some re-
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bate and register this highest bidder for cash feet to an iron pin; places, blown over DOWNTOWN APTS: 662-419-9762.
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pin and also being the 1BR/1BA, all appl. incl. w/ separate den,
the entire debt secured November, 2018. Easternmost front door 662-361-8379 662-327-0914. 1610.
point of beginning; Water, trash, lawn incl. $29,900 includes deliv-
thereby having been de- of the Lowndes County
thence run North 33 de- in lease. Near Stark- ery and set up! Cash
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Apartments WATERFRONT 2BR/1BA
in Hamilton. Direct ac- 1998 ACCORD Coup
torney's fees, trustee's 11/20, & 11/27/2018 particularly described as 401.40 feet to an iron VICKERS TREE each. 662-889-6162. & Houses cess to the TENN-TOM.
Community boat ramp.
EXL, 4cyl, good AC &
tires. Runs great, driv-
SERVICE, LLC
1 Bedrooms
fees, and expense of follows: pin; thence run South
sale; IN THE CHANCERY 88 degrees 46 minutes Tree trimming and re- Computer Equipment 4390 Large deck overlooking en daily. $1,700. 662-
COURT OF LOWNDES Beginning at the North- 07 seconds East for moval. Fully insured. 2 Bedroooms water. Updated home
1200 sqft. CH/A.
312-9173.
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI east corner of said 322.30 feet to an iron Free estimates. APPLE IMAC, 2.0 GHz
NOW, THEREFORE, I,
Jack H. Hayes, Jr., trust- Southwest Quarter of pin and also being the Call Curt 662-418-0889 Core Duo computer. 3 Bedrooms $650/mo + $650 dep.
2002 VOLVO S80 T6, 4
ee in said deed of trust, IN RE: ESTATE OF the Northeast Quarter of point of beginning, con- or 662-549-2902 Built-in monitor. 2GB Call 662-425-0250 for
will on Wednesday, on TOTSY FULLER JAMES, Section 19, Township taining 1.74 acres lying “A cut above the rest” RAM, Keyboard, mouse, Furnished & more info. door sedan. Good condi-
tion, Michelin radials.
the 14th day of Novem- DECEASED
ber, 2018, offer for sale
17 South, Range 17 in the Southwest
West, Lowndes County, Quarter of the North-
printer incl. Great cond.
$325. 205-246-8704. Unfurnished Mobile Homes for Rent 7250
$3950. CASH ONLY!
662-889-8914.
at public outcry and sell MARTY FULLER, GREG
within legal hours (be- FULLER & RENE’ DUN-
Mississippi (a concrete east Quarter of Section
marker); thence North 19, Township 17 South,
Good Things To Eat 2150
Farm Equipment & Supplies 1, 2, & 3 Baths 3BR/2BA Trailer, New
ing between the hours GAN, CO-EXECUTORS 87 degrees 26 minutes Range 17 West, 4420 Lease, Deposit Hope school dist.
of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00
p.m.) at the east front CAUSE NO. 2018-192
West along the North
line of said Southwest
Lowndes County, Mis-
sissippi.
& Credit Check $500/mo & $500 dep.
Call between 10a-7p.
2016 JOHN Deere
door of the County Quarter of the North- 5100E Tractor, 210 viceinvestments.com 662-386-4292.
Courthouse of the
County of LOWNDES,
Mississippi, to the
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Notice is hereby given
east Quarter a distance Title to the property is
of 420 feet; thence
South a distance of
believed to be good, but
I will sell only such title
hours. $46,500.
Also, 2016 15ft 327-8555 NO TEXT MESSAGES.
2015 CHEVROLET Equi-
Kubota Bush hog avail. NICE 3BR/2BA MH in nox, tan, 1 owner, 89k
highest and best bidder that all persons having 10.0 feet to an iron pin as is vested in me as 205-329-1790. mi, mostly highway.
for cash the following claims against the es- at the Northeast corner Substituted Apts For Rent: Other 7080 North Columbus. Close
to schools & CAFB. No Bluetooth, backup cam-
described property lying tate of TOTSY FULLER of Lot 7 of Military Trustee.DATED this the WANTED TO BUY! 3000, 1BR/1BA in Historic pets. $460/mo + $460 era, cloth seats, 25.8
and being situated in JAMES, Deceased, are Chapel Subdivision (as 2nd day of November, 3600, 3910, or 3930 MPG average of life of
Downtown Columbus. dep. 662-364-6204 or
the County of LOWNDES required to have the recorded in Plat Book 4 2018. Ford with factory p/s $550/mo. No pets. 601-940-1397. vehicle. Clean & excel-
and State of Missis- same probated and re- at Page 52, on file in that looks/runs good, lent condition.
gistered by the Clerk of the Chancery Clerk’s Of- /s/ Aubrey E. Nichols 662-328-8655.
sippi, to wit: and a drawbar pulled Asking $12,195.
the Chancery Court of fice, Lowndes County, AUBREY E. NICHOLS, roll-a-bar type hay rake. RENT A fully equipped 662-574-7481.
Lot B of the Resurvey of Lowndes County, Mis- Mississippi); thence Substituted Trustee 662-328-5248. 1BR/1BA Loft in Histor- camper w/utilities &
Lots 5 through 14 of sissippi; that Letters North 87 degrees 26 ic Downtown Columbus. cable from $145/wk -
Stoney’s Lea Subdivi- Testamentary were gran- minutes West along the Publish: November 6, HAY FOR Sale. Bermud- Available 12/1. $650 $535/month. Colum- COMMERCIAL VAN For
sion as shown by plat of ted to the undersigned, North line of said Milit- 13, 20, and 27, 2018 agrass sq. Bales, $5, per month. 662-328- bus & County School Sale: 2005 Ford 150
record in Subdivision MARTY FULLER, GREG ary Chapel Subdivision 5'x6' rolls, $50. Limed 8655. locations. 662-242- Econo Van. 102k miles.
Plat Book 1 at page 20- FULLER and RENE’ DUN- and parallel to the North Building & Remodeling 1120 & fertilized per soil 7653 or 601-940-1397. White. $4,300.
A in the office of the GAN in the Chancery line of said Southwest sample. 662-435-7889. DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA, (662)574-0225.
Chancery Clerk of Court of Lowndes Quarter of the North- CJ'S ROOFING & HOME CH&A, 1 story, W/D,
County, Mississippi in east Quarter a distance REMODELING. Roofing Rooms For Rent 7450
Lowndes County, Mis- Firewood / Fuel 4450 historic district, 1 block
sissippi. Cause No. 2018 -192 of 450 feet to an iron (Shingles or Metal) & 2013 LEXUS GX460.
from downtown, $625/ WEST POINT: 55,700 mi. Exc cond.
on the 31st day of Octo- pin at the Northwest Roof Repairs, Concrete FIREWOOD FOR Sale. mo. + $625 dep. NO Room - $120/wk. Black exterior, tan interi-
I will convey only such ber, 2018; that a fail- corner of Lot 8 of said Pressure Washing, Car- Various lengths. PETS. 662-574-8789. Large Room (priv entr) - or. Sun roof, heated
title as is vested in me ure to probate and re- Military Chapel Subdivi- pentry & Handyman 662-295-2274 Peaceful & Quiet area. $150/wk. All furnished
as trustee. gister such claims with sion; thence South Work. Veteran & Senior leather seats. New tires
w/ furn, appl, utils & & brakes. $29,900.
the Clerk of the Chan- along the West line of Discounts! 662-397- Furniture 4480 cable. 662-295-4701. 662-574-1697.
WITNESS MY SIGNA- cery Court of Lowndes Military Chapel Subdivi- 0800, FREE ESTIMATE. FIRST FULL MONTH
TURE on this the 18th County, Mississippi for sion (a plat thereof re- BEDROOM SET- Full size RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed-
day of October, A.D., ninety (90) days will bar corded in Plat Book 4 at HOME REPAIRS & CON- sleigh bed, dresser with room Apts/Townhomes. Houses For Sale: Northside Campers & RVs 9300
2018. such claims. Page 52, on file in the STRUCTION WORK GREENS: MUSTARD, mirror, chest, and night- Stove & refrigerator. 8150
Chancery Clerk’s Office, WANTED. Carpentry, turnips, & collards! All stand for sale. $1,000. $335-$600 Monthly. TOMBIGBEE RV Park,
JACK H. HAYES, JR. Witness my signature Lowndes County, Mis- small concrete jobs, you want! 662-356- Brand new mattress set Credit check & deposit. 1706 RIDGE Rd. Like located on Wilkins Wise
TRUSTEE this 2nd day of Novem- sissippi), a distance of electrical, plumbing, 6569, 662-251-100, or included. Cash only! Coleman Realty, new, 3BR/2BA. New ap- Rd & Waverly Rd. Full
ber, 2018. 220.0 feet to the South- roof repairs, pressure 662-304-7993. 662-570-4341. If no an- 662-329-2323. pl, 22 ac w/ pond, Hookups available.
PUBLISHED: October east corner of Dorlisa R. washing and mobile swer, leave a msg. woods & wildlife. Close $300/mo. 662-328-
23, 30, November 6 S/S MARTY FULLER Shouse property (as re- home roof coating and PEEPLES PECANS to CAFB. Frontage on 2 8655 or 662-574-7879.
and 13, 2018
IN THE CHANCERY
MARTY FULLER corded in Deed Book
888 at Page 84 on file
underpinning. No job
too small. 549-7031.
Custom cracking,
shelling, & blowing your
CORINTHIAN LEATHER
sofas with dual re- COLEMAN roads. $249,000.
662-418-8077. Five Questions:
S/S GREG FULLER in the Office of the pecans. We also sell cliners, new, burgundy, RENTALS
COURT OF LOWNDES GREG FULLER Chancery Clerk of shelled, halved, & oxblood. Barely used! TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI Tom Hatcher, LLC Lots & Acreage 8600
Lowndes County, Mis- pieces! 662-574-1660. Purchase price was
1 Virgin
Custom Construction,
S/S RENE’ DUNGAN sissippi), and the initial Restoration, Remodel- $2400. Will sell both for 1 BEDROOM 2.28 +/- Acre Lot.
IN THE MATTER OF THE RENE’ DUNGAN $1800 or $900/$1000
point of the property ing, Repair, Insurance 2 BEDROOMS
Islands
ESTATE OF JOHN sep. Serious inquires 149 Tanyia Lane. Off of
herein described; claims. 662-364-1769. General Help Wanted 3200 Lake Lowndes Road.
WAYNE SQUIRES, DE- PUBLISH: 11/6, 11/13, thence continue South Licensed & Bonded only. H 662-798-4375 3 BEDROOMS Has asphalt drive &
CEASED & 11/20/2018 along the West line of PROFESSIONAL FIRM or C 662-574-0369.
parking, 1200 ft. shop
said Military Chapel seeks FT candidate w/ LEASE,
© The Dispatch

2 Robert
NO. 2018-0007-C The following vehicle Subdivision a distance Excavating 1300 bookkeeping, payroll ex- KITCHEN TABLE w/ 4 w/ living area, septic
tank & water meter. No
has been abandoned at of 435.26 feet to the perience. Accounting de- chairs. Will include 20- DEPOSIT
Downey Jr.
trailers. $45,000. Call
H. MARIE SQUIRES, AD- Southwest corner of Lot Clay gravel, fill clay, & gree required, Quick- piece table decor set.
MINISTRATOR Jim's Towing & Recov- 13 of said Military top soil for sale! Easy Books & payroll expert- $125 205-246-8704. AND 662-574-0345.
ery LLC access off 82 East.
versus 1020 1/2 Gardner Blvd
Chapel Subdivision;
thence South 87 de- Can load and deliver.
ise, Ind. tax prep experi-
ence preferred & ability Sporting Goods 4720 CREDIT CHECK 3.5 Acre Lot. 3 estab-
3 Sacagawea
Columbus, MS 39702 grees 26 minutes East Stokes Excavation: to work well w/ a vari- lished trailer lots. Play-
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS
AT LAW OF JOHN 2000 Toyota Solara
along the South line of
said Military Chapel
662-689-0089 ety of people. Please
send resumes to:
ED SANDERS Gunsmith
Open for season! 9-5, 662-329-2323 ground. Located on
Morgan Lane. Off of
WAYNE SQUIRES, DE- VIN # Subdivision a distance General Services 1360 Blind Box 659 c/o Tues-Fri & 9-12, Sat. Harris Road. Caledonia
4 Crossword
CEASED 2TICF28P4XC251046 of 354.6 feet to an iron Commercial Dispatch Over 50 years experi- Schools. $25,000.
pin; thence South 02 MUSIC THEORY LES- ence! Repairs, cleaning, 2411 HWY 45 N 662-574-0345.
PO Box 511
COLUMBUS, MS
puzzle
RULE 81 SUMMONS BY If not claimed it will be degrees 34 minutes SONS Columbus, MS 39703 refinishing, scopes
PUBLICATION sold on November 14, West a distance of $25 per hour mounted & zeroed,
2018 at 10 AM at the handmade knives. FALL SPECIAL
181.5 feet to the North- Chords, Scales, Modes 1.95 acre lots.
THE STATE OF MISSIS- above address by Jim's east corner of the & more! Call Jimbo @ Located: Hwy 45 Alt, Commercial Property For
Good/bad credit.
5 Robert
SIPPI Towing & Recovery LLC. Danny Harrison prop- 662-364-1687 THE COMMERCIAL Dis- North of West Point,
patch is seeking a turn right on Yokahama Rent 7100 10% down, as low as
It will be sold for mon- erty (recorded in Book If no answer leave
$299/mo. Eaton Land.
Clemente
TO: THE UNKNOWN ies owed for the tow 784 at Page 54 on file voicemail or text. mechanically-minded in- Blvd, 8mi & turn left on COMMERCIAL PROPER-
HEIRS OF JOHN WAYNE bill, storage and legal dividual to work in its Darracott Rd, will see 662-361-7711
in the Office of the TIES/Retail/Office
SQUIRES, DECEASED fees. Chancery Clerk of PERSONAL ASSISTANT pressroom. Applicants sign, 2.5mi ahead shop Spaces starting @
Lowndes County, Mis- POSITION WANTED. must be comfortable on left. 662-494-6218. $285/mo. Downtown &
NOTICE TO Witnessed this the 2nd sissippi); thence North Multi-talented lady; dis- working around heavy East Columbus loca-
DEFENDANT(S) day of November, 2018. 87 degrees 26 minutes creet, punctual, and de- machinery, adhering to Business Opportunity 6050 tions. 662-435-4188.
West along the North pendable. Please call tight deadlines and
You have been made a Jim’s Towing & Recov- line of said Harrison 662-352-4460 must have an eye for HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
Defendant in the suit ery LLC property a distance of to discuss details. detail & quality. Flexible Columbus: 411 Main OFFICE SPACE: 2,000
filed in this Court by H. 262.5 feet to an iron hours are a must. Email St. Office, Retail, Res- square feet. 294
Marie Squires, Petition- Publish 11/6, 11/9, pin; thence South 02 resume to taurant Space available. Chubby Dr. Flexible leas-
RETAINER WALL, drive- ing terms. Available
er, seeking to determ- 11/13/18 degrees 34 minutes mfloyd@cdispatch.com Call 423-333-1124.
way, foundation, con- now. 662-328-8254.
ine the heirs-at-law of West, along the West crete, masonry restora- or drop resumes off at
John Wayne Squires, STATE OF MISSISSIPPI line of said Harrison tion, remodeling, base- 516 Main St, Apts For Rent: Northside 7010
Deceased. You are COUNTY OF LOWNDES property, a distance of ment foundation, re- Columbus, MS 39701. HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
hereby summoned to 2BR/1BA, renovated w/
250 feet to an iron pin pairs, small dump truck No phone calls please. Central heat and air,
Columbus Office, Retail,
appear and defend SUBSTITUTED TRUST- on the North line of a hauling (5-6 yd) load & Restaurant Space avail-
against the Petition for EE’S NOTICE OF SALE proposed 30 foot road; demolition/lot cleaning. new appliances, floor- able. Call 662-328-
Determination of Un- thence South 02 de- ing, etc. Available soon. 8655 or 662-574-7879.
Burr Masonry FULL TIME EMPLOYEE Taking applications
known Heirs of John WHEREAS, heretofore grees 34 minutes West 662-242-0259.
Wayne Squires filed in
this action at 9:30
on the 1st day of
March, 2012, H. Ray
a distance of 30.0 feet
NEEDED. SOME MECH-
ANICAL KNOWLEDGE,
now. $450/Mth.
NO HUD. Call Long & Houses For Rent: Northside Even if you
to the South line of said WORK WANTED:
o’clock a.m. on the
13th day of December,
Livingston executed and
delivered unto Don O.
proposed road; thence
LIFTING & DELIVERY OF
Licensed & Bonded-car- EQUIPMENT. APPLY IN
Long, 662-328-0770. 7110 don’t get out much
North 87 degrees 26
2018, in the Chancery Rogers, III, Trustee, for pentry, painting, & de-
minutes West parallel to molition. Landscaping,
PERSON AT HANDY-
MAN RENTALS, INC. ON
STUDIO APT for rent.
Newly remodeled.
BLUECUTT ESTATES:
3BR/2BA, ch/a, double
these days, you can
Courtroom of the the use and benefit of
Lowndes County Court- the Citizens National
the North line of the
Southwest Quarter of
gutters cleaned, bush HWY. 82 WEST, STARK-
hogging, clean-up work, VILLE.
$400/mth rent & dep garage, chain link still “go shopping” in the
req. Convenient to town fenced backyard, newly
Classifieds. You can find
house in Columbus, Bank of Meridian, a the Northeast Quarter of pressure washing, mov-
Mississippi, and in case deed of trust covering said Section 19, a dis- & CAFB. No hud. No remodeled, $115,000.
ing help & furniture
exactly what you’ve
of your failure to ap- the real estate herein- tance of 617.1 feet to Noweta's Green Thumb pets. 662-328-2340. 662-352-4776.
pear and defend, a judg- after described, which repair. 662-242-3608 is accepting applica-
an iron pin on an old
Apts For Rent: Other 7080
ment or order may be
entered against you
said deed of trust is
fully recorded in Mort-
fence line; thence
Northerly, along an old
Lawn Care / Landscaping
tions for 2 positions:
delivery personnel & been looking for.
granting the relief re- gage Book 2012 at fence line, a distance of 1470 general help. Driver
quested in the Petition. Page 4580 of the land must know the area &
records of Lowndes
1,117.8 feet to an old
fence corner; thence JESSE & BEVERLY'S have good driving his- Find someone to mow the lawn
You are not required to County, Mississippi; South 87 degrees 26 LAWN SERVICE. Mow- tory. Apply in person @
1325 Main St.

file an answer or other and minutes East, along an ing, cleanup, landscap-
pleading but you may do old fence line, and par- ing, sodding, & tree cut- M-F, 3-5 & SAT, 9-1. Find someone to clean the house
so if you desire. WHEREAS, the Citizens
National Bank of Meridi-
allel to the North line of ting. 356-6525. No phone calls.

Issued under my hand an, being the present
said Southwest Quarter
of the Northeast Quarter General Help Wanted 3200 Find that special recliner
and the seal of said owner and holder of the
Court, this the 31st day indebtedness secured
a distance of 283.9 feet •
to an iron pin on the
of October, 2018. by the aforesaid deed of South line of a gravel Buy a computer system
CHANCERY CLERK
trust, appointed the un-
dersigned Aubrey E.
road; thence South, par- •
allel to the West line of
LOWNDES COUNTY, Nichols as the Substi- said Military Chapel Buy a used car
MISSISSIPPI
BY: s/Shantrell w.
tuted Trustee by instru-
ment dated October 29,
Subdivision a distance
of 220 feet to an iron

Granderson, D. C. 2018, and duly recor- pin; thence South 87 Buy that rare coin
for your collection
ded in Book 2018 at degrees 26 minutes
Publish: Page 22875 in the of- East parallel to the
11/06/18 fice of the Chancery North line of said South- . . . and lots more

The CommerCial
11/13/18 Clerk of Lowndes west Quarter of the
11/20/18 County, Mississippi, pri- Northeast Quarter a dis-
or to the posting and tance of 270.0 feet to
first publication of the

DispaTCh
the initial point of this
Substituted Trustee’s description, and con-
Notice of Sale; and taining 14.7 acres,
more or less.
Let your WHEREAS, by Order of
fingers do the the United States Bank-
516 Main St.
LESS AND EXCEPT
ruptcy Court entered on THEREFROM the follow-
walking. May 24, 2018, in the
Columbus, MS 39701
ing tracts or parcels of
Find your United States Bank- land: (1) That certain
ruptcy Court for the deed dated November
dream job in
662-328-2424
Northern District of Mis- 4, 1996, and recorded
the classifieds! sissippi under Case No. in Deed Book 1072 at
17-14400-JDW, the Page 245; and (2) That
automatic stay provi- certain deed dated
sions of the United
States Bankruptcy Code
November 22, 1996,
and recorded in Deed
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were lifted in order to al-