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Wanted: New management
Columbus-Lowndes Airport searches for new
operator after the last one stalls
Officials: Runway has noticed the deteri-
orated state of affairs
expansion, hangar at the once buzzing
airport operated joint-
updates needed to make ly by Columbus and
Lowndes County. Ear-
facility more profitable lier this month, the
By Zack Plair
city council and county Armstrong
zplair@cdispatch.com board of supervisors —
at the recommendation
Just about every of the airport board
weekend, Randy Gray — fired Columbus Avi-
gives flying lessons ation LLC, the fixed-
from the Colum- base operator (FBO)
bus-Lowndes Airport that has managed the
on Fabritech Road near airport since August
Highway 69. 2014, a little less than a Smith
It’s a special place year before the compa-
for the 60-year-old Gray ny’s contract was due to expire.
Gray. Four decades ago, it’s where he The airport board will consider
took his written exam to become a li- proposals from three potential FBOs
censed pilot.
at its Nov. 29 meeting. In the mean-
But now, he said, he’d love it if he
time, the city, as lead agent for the
could just get gas there.
airport, is maintaining the facility.
“It really needs to be better main-
tained,” said Gray, who noted the David Armstrong, the city chief
grass, at times, is so high it obstructs operations officer who sits on the
pilots’ view of the runway lights when airport board along with two other
they are trying to land. “But I’d really city officials and three county offi-
like to see the fuel tank full. That’s cials, said Columbus Aviation owner
the main thing.” Claude Hendrickson was routinely
Gray, a Brooksville native who letting the aviation fuel tank sit emp-
works for International Paper in Co- ty.
lumbus, is far from the only one who See Airport, 6A

Planning Commission delays discussion Hamilton man
on North Haven Woods assisted living facility arrested for
Plan would convert
three-bedroom home carjacking
to residential care unit; LCSO: Suspect allegedly
Dozens of neighborhood stole car while 64-year-
residents oppose project old victim was filling
BY MARY POLLITZ
mpollitz@cdispatch.com
her tires
DISPATCH STAFF REPORT
Columbus Planning Commission
tabled discussion Monday on whether A Hamilton man
to permit an assistant living facility to has been arrested af-
operate in the North Haven Woods sub- ter he allegedly stole
division. a car in Lowndes
The commission’s decision to delay County last week.
came mainly due to a lack of document- Michael Cory
Mary Pollitz/Dispatch Staff
ed support from neighborhood resi- Cassandra Davenport, center, requests a permit for 3612 Azalea Circle to be used Cox, 36, of 40145
dents. as an assisted living facility during Monday night’s Planning Commission meeting. McDuffie Ceme-
More than 50 people piled into the The discussion was unanimously tabled by the board until Davenport receives 51 tery Road, has been Cox
city hall’s first floor reception hall for percent of homeowners to agree for a business to operate at the residence. charged with carjacking, accord-
the meeting Monday, most of whom ing to a Lowndes County Sheriff’s
opposed the plan to convert a three offer them the community-based envi- in phase one of the neighborhood must Office press release.
bedroom, two bathroom residence to a ronment to live out their final years,” sign a document supporting the proj- The press release said a 64-year-
residential care facility that would host Davenport told commissioners. ect, which must then be notarized and old woman was putting air in her
up to a half-dozen clients. Neighborhood covenants allow brought to the county courthouse. tires at a convenience store on
Cassandra Davenport is requesting homes in North Haven Woods to only Since that hasn’t happened, Wiegel Highway 45 North late Friday night
the permitted use of the house at 3612 be used as single-family residences, said, the Planning Commission cannot when Cox approached her and
Azalea Circle for commercial purposes. Building Official Kenny Wiegel said. In yet take action on the matter. asked her for a ride. The woman
The home is currently listed for sale. order to permit Davenport’s request, at “It was told to me that I could get declined.
“We are asking for permitted use to least 51 percent of the 112 homeowners See Planning commission, 6A See Carjacking, 6A

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Tuesday
Say What?
Did you hear? “They’ll get fired up for a second until they get on the bus
White House to restore and then you’ll have to fall back on your habits.”
Mississippi State football coach Joe Moorhead, talking
about the intensity and excitement surrounding his team’s
Acosta’s pass, with a warning game against Ole Miss on Thursday. Story, 1B.

White House: CNN reporter could
have credentials pulled again if he
doesn’t follow behavior guidelines
‘A step in the right direction’
The Associated Press The White House initial- Tagert: New funding
NEW YORK — The
ly revoked Acosta’s creden-
tials after he and Trump
sources for MDOT
Trump administration on
Monday abruptly dropped
tangled verbally during a
Nov. 7 press conference.
can’t be only funding
its effort to bar CNN re-
porter Jim Acosta from the
The administration’s initial
reasoning was that Acosta
increases state provides
White House, but warned had manhandled a White By Alex Holloway
he could have his cre- House intern seeking to aholloway@cdispatch.com
dentials pulled again if he take his microphone, but
doesn’t follow guidelines that fell apart after Sanders Mississippi Department of
governing journalists’ be- distributed a doctored vid- Transportation Northern District
havior. eo sped up to make Acosta Commissioner Mike Tagert said
The White House said look more aggressive than recent efforts to improve the state’s
reporters would be per- he actually was. road infrastructure are important
mitted one question each Instead, the White steps — but they can’t be the only
if called upon at news con- House focused on behavior ones.
ferences and allowed fol- they deemed disrespectful Tagert, speaking to the
low-ups only at the discre- to the president. Acosta and Starkville Rotary Club during its
tion of the president. CNN have been frequent weekly meeting Monday, went over Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff
In a letter to Acosta, targets of a president who several new funding sources the Mississippi Department of Transportation Northern District Commission-
White House communi- has derided coverage of state Legislature put in place ear- er Mike Tagert spoke to the Starkville Rotary Club on Monday about the
cations director Bill Shine his administration as “fake lier this year to increase MDOT’s need for funding for the state’s roads. Tagert also offered updates on
and press secretary Sarah news” and called the media resources, including the creation several projects in Starkville.
Huckabee Sanders said the enemy of the people. of a state lottery and sports betting.
“While they are meaningful and our state, both local and state,” he down Spring Street trying to hit
they will be forced to recon- CNN filed suit to get said. “It’s a dependable source of (Highway 12), you’ve run into that.
sider the decision “if unpro- Acosta’s credentials re- they are helpful, they are not the
silver bullet to our infrastructure funding based on usage. There’s a If you come down Jackson or Mont-
fessional behavior occurs.” stored, arguing that the reason most states rely on state and gomery, you’re running into these
CNN said that, as a problems in the state of Mississip-
action violated the consti- federal fuel tax for the crux of their signal problems where you only
result, it has dropped its pi,” Tagert said. “We’ve got to make
tutional right to freedom of maintenance program.” have a signal for a left turn for three
lawsuit against the White sure that we don’t assume that
the press and that he had However, because of the lack of or four cars. We’re recounting that
we’ve checked this box and feel
House filed on Acosta’s be- been denied due process. In as we speak to try to re-tweak that
we’ve fixed our problems because, funding, Tagert said MDOT has
half. Washington, D.C. District as much as possible.”
unfortunately, we have not.” taken a position of maintaining Mis-
“Thanks to everyone Court Judge Timothy Kelly Overall, Tagert said he believes
The state lottery, created during sissippi’s current roads, rather than
for their support,” Acos- cited the due process argu- traffic flows along Highway 12
the Legislature’s special session building new ones.
ta tweeted. “As I said last ment last Friday in granting more smoothly than it did before.
earlier in the fall, is expected to net “If you look around the state of
Friday ... let’s get back to Acosta a two-week injunc- He also said, in response to a
about $80 million per year for infra- Mississippi, unfortunately, you’ll
work.” tion to get back to work. Rotarian’s question about the me-
structure for the state’s roads, Tag- see we are building very, very few
ert said. Sports betting, which took new capacity roads around our dians, that MDOT will share data
effect in August, may generate an state,” Tagert said. “If you see one, on accident rates on the highway
CONTACTING THE DISPATCH additional $2 million to $5 million, it’s probably attached to a second- when it has meaningful data to do
Office hours: Main line: but Tagert said it’s not clear how ary, alternative source of funding so.
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Together, those provisions could federal funding. It’s not very popu- were included in an effort to reduce
HOW DO I ... Email a letter to the editor? generate up to $85 million per year lar, but I think it is the right thing cross-traffic crashes along High-
n voice@cdispatch.com for the state’s roads, and Tagert to do, just to maintain the system way 12. In 2016, before the project
Report a missing paper? added internet sales tax diversions began, Tagert said Highway 12 had
n 662-328-2424 ext. 100 Report a sports score? that has been put in place first be-
the Legislature approved for city yond building additional roads that one of the worst crash rates of any
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Buy an ad? community pi has about $400 million in needed Projects decreased,” Tagert said. “But our
road work. Tagert spoke about several proj- data, and what we based the project
n 662-328-2424 Submit a birth, wedding ects, including work along Highway
“It’s a step in the right direction, on, was based on five years of data.
Report a news tip? or anniversary announce- and we’re very positive about that, 12 in Starkville. The two-phase proj- We don’t feel comfortable talking
n 662-328-2471 ment? but it’s not the end-all solution to ect, which began in February 2017 about that until we have a compara-
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ing forward,” he said. The work has included repaving Tagert also said MDOT is pre-
Physical address: 516 Main St., Columbus, MS 39701 Tagert said he hopes legislators Highway 12 and installing medians paring to do an overlay project on
consider raising Mississippi’s fuel along the middle of the road. Highway 182 West from the High-
Mailing address: P.O. Box 511, Columbus, MS 39703-0511
tax, which at 18.4 cents is one of the Tagert said he expects it will way 25 bypass to Highway 82.
Starkville Office: 101 S. Lafayette St. #16, Starkville, MS 39759 lowest in the nation. That tax funds take another 30-60 days to adjust MDOT is also in the early stag-
MDOT’s $960 million budget. How- traffic light timing on the highway. es of preparing new traffic signals
ever, he acknowledged that talk is “We’ve got to recount all the on Highway 182 at the intersection
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TOMBIGBEE RIVER STAGES By ROBERT BURNS former commander of U.S. apology to McRaven and to
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Trump’s 2016 rival, Hillary who played a role in track-
Columbus 15 5.76 -0.35 President Donald Trump
Clinton, and supporter of ing down bin Laden and
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Only debate set for Mississippi’s Leading Mississippi lawmaker
won’t be convicted of DUI
hard-fought US Senate race Rep. Greg Snowden was arrested
Hyde-Smith and Espy Senate races rarely gain national secretary who is seeking to become in September after refusing
attention in this deeply conserva- Mississippi’s first African-Ameri-
each received about 41 tive state. But this matchup — the can senator since Reconstruction. to take a DUI test
last major race of 2018 midterms — Hyde-Smith was appointed to
percent of votes Nov. 6 has drawn scrutiny following Hyde- the Senate to temporarily succeed
The Associated Press

Smith’s caught-on-video remarks longtime Sen. Thad Cochran, who
By EMILY WAGSTER PET TUS MERIDIAN — The second-ranking member
at separate events about “public retired in April amid health con-
The Associated Press of Mississippi’s House of Representatives pleaded
hanging” and making it “just a little cerns. She is the first woman to rep-
no contest to drunk-driving charges Monday but
JACKSON — Republican U.S. more difficult” for liberals to vote. resent Mississippi in Congress.
won’t be convicted under a diversion program for
Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith and her President Donald Trump reiter- Hyde-Smith and Espy each re-
first-time offenders.
Democratic challenger, Mike Espy, ated his support for Hyde-Smith on ceived about 41 percent of the vote The Meridian Star reports Municipal Judge
meet for their only debate Tuesday Monday ahead of a campaign visit when four candidates were on the Robbie Jones agreed to place state Rep. Greg
night in a contest where the incum- to Mississippi next week. Mean- ballot Nov. 6. If she wins the Nov. Snowden in a nonadjudication program. Snowden,
bent’s verbal gaffes have dredged while, former Vice President Joe 27 runoff, Hyde-Smith would give a Republican, is House speaker pro tem.
up strong emotions about Missis- Biden endorsed Espy, a former Republicans a 53-47 majority in the Offered to first-time DUI defenders including
sippi’s history of racial violence. congressman and U.S. agriculture U.S. Senate. Snowden, the status means his driver’s license is
suspended for 120 days, but he can drive using an
interlock device which measures alcohol on start-
ing a vehicle.
Snowden was arrested in September after re-
Area obituaries fusing to take a DUI test after rear-ending anoth-
er vehicle at a traffic signal. Snowden claimed at
COMMERCIAL DISPATCH formerly employed as a In addition to his tist Memorial Hospi- the time he wasn’t drunk and hit the car because
OBITUARY POLICY secretary with the State mother, he is survived tal-Golden Triangle. he was texting and looking at his phone about
Obituaries with basic informa- the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination
of Mississippi and was a by his daughters, An- Arrangements are
tion including visitation and hearings in Washington.
service times, are provided member of First Baptist gela Hawkins of Hous- incomplete and will be
Church of Aberdeen. ton, Texas, Cheyenne announced by Carter’s Police Chief Benny Dubose said his officers
free of charge. Extended
obituaries with a photograph, In addition to her Jackson of Charleston, Funeral Services. responded to a call of an individual driving errati-
detailed biographical informa- parents, she was South Carolina, and Ta- cally and running people off the road. When they
arrived on scene, he said officers smelled alcohol
tion and other details families
may wish to include, are avail-
preceded in death by batha Hester of Mesa, Wilbert Thomas Sr. and Snowden failed a field sobriety test. No one
her sister, Doris Ray Arizona; sons, J.C. COLUMBUS — Wil-
able for a fee. Obituaries must
McCallum. was injured.
Jackson Jr. of Chicago, bert Thomas Sr., 85,
be submitted through funeral
She is survived by The 64-year-old said he has bad knees and was
homes unless the deceased’s Illinois, and Rashawn died Nov. 19, 2018, at
her husband, Clarence unable to walk properly for the field sobriety test.
body has been donated to Jackson of Rock Island; his residence.
science. If the deceased’s Brown of Aberdeen; sisters, Lillie Price, Arrangements are
body was donated to science, sons, Rick Brown of O’Lean Lane, Norma incomplete and will be
the family must provide official Trussville, Alabama and Jean Rucker and Bettie announced by Carter’s
proof of death. Please submit David R. Brown of Chel-
all obituaries on the form pro-
Spears, all of Kanka- Funeral Services. Correction
vided by The Commercial Dis-
sea, Alabama; sisters, kee, Illinois, Dorothy J.
Joyce R. Brasfield of Baker of Macon, Linda ■ The Salute to Veterans section had an error.
patch. Free notices must be
Florence, Alabama and
Sammy Brown Sr. The corrected copy should have read as follows:
submitted to the newspaper Smith of Jackson, Annie COLUMBUS —
no later than 3 p.m. the day Johnnie R. Rogers of Brown of Crawford During his time in service, Jerry Brown re-
Sammy Brown Sr., 62,
prior for publication Tuesday Aberdeen; four grand- and Cassie Gordon of ceived several medals and awards of honor with-
died Nov. 16, 2018, at held including Air Force Commendation Medal
through Friday; no later than 4 children; and eight Brooksville; brothers,
p.m. Saturday for the Sunday University Medical with Valor, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award
great-grandchildren. Robert Jackson of
edition; and no later than 7:30 Center in Jackson. with Valor, Four Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters, and
a.m. for the Monday edition. Brooksville and Willie Arrangements are Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross with Palm.
Incomplete notices must be re- J.C. Jackson E. Jackson of Kanka- incomplete and will be
ceived no later than 7:30 a.m. KANKAKEE, Ill. — kee, Illinois; and 11 announced by Centu- The Commercial Dispatch strives to report the
for the Monday through Friday J.C. Jackson, 64, died grandchildren. ry Hairston Funeral news accurately. When we print an error, we will
editions. Paid notices must be Nov. 9, 2018, in Kanka- Pallbearers will be Home. correct it. To report an error, call the newsroom at
finalized by 3 p.m. for inclusion
the next day Monday through
kee, Illinois. his family and friends. See Obituaries, 5A 662-328-2471, or email news@cdispatch.com.
Thursday; and on Friday by 3 Services will be at
p.m. for Sunday and Monday 2 p.m. Wednesday at Ruby East
publication. For more informa- Mt. Ary M.B. Church COLUMBUS —
tion, call 662-328-2471. in Brooksville with the Ruby Evelyn East, 80,
Rev. Tom Ivy officiating. died Nov. 20, 2018, at
Ruth Brown Burial will follow at her residence.
ABERDEEN — Ruth the church cemetery. Arrangements are
Ray Brown, 92, died Visitation will be from incomplete and will be
Nov. 19, 2018, at the noon-6 p.m. Tuesday announced by Memori-
Care Center of Aber- at Carter’s Funeral al Gunter Peel Funeral
deen. Services of Macon. Car- Home and Crematory,
A private family ter’s Funeral Services Second Avenue North
graveside will be at is in charge of arrange- location.
noon Wednesday at ments.
Mr. Jackson was
Oddfellows Rest Ceme-
born March 11, 1954, DeWilliam Binion
tery with Dave Dowdy COLUMBUS —
officiating. Visitation in Noxubee County, to
Casie Lee Jackson and DeWilliam Zerrell
will be one hour pri- Binion, 18, died Nov. 17,
or to the service at the late Silas Jackson
Sr. He was a U.S. Ma- 2018, in Columbus.
Tisdale-Lann Memo- Arrangements are
rial Funeral Home. rine Corp. Veteran and
was formerly employed incomplete and will be
Tisdale-Lann Memorial announced by Centu-
Funeral Home is in with Baker and Taylor
Book Suppliers in Mo- ry Hairston Funeral
charge of arrange- Home.
ments. mence.
Mrs. Brown was In addition to his
born Oct. 8, 1926, father, he was preceded Rosie Moore
in Aberdeen, to the in death by his broth- COLUMBUS — Ros-
late John M. Ray and ers, Silas Jackson Jr. ie Bell Moore, 88, died
and Eddie Jackson Jr. Nov. 18, 2018, at Bap-
Mildred Morgan Ray.

Allen Delk
She was a graduate of
Aberdeen High School
and attended MSCW
in Columbus. She was Allen Luther Delk, 61, of Columbus, MS,
passed away, Thursday, November 15, 2018, at
his residence.
Visitation will be Tuesday, November 20, 2018,
from 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM at Lowndes Funeral
Home, Columbus, MS. A graveside service will
be at 2:30 at Lone Oak Cemetery, Steens, MS
with David Tedford officiating and Lowndes Fu-
neral Home directing.
Mr. Delk was born October 13, 1957, to the late
Charles Lane and Nancy Marilyn Curtis Delk, in
Columbus, MS. He was a member of Covenant
Life Ministries, where he ran the sound system.
Mr. Delk was employed as a sound technician.
Dorothy Baker He loved music, played guitar and was a singer/
Graveside Services: songwriter. He also enjoyed gardening. Mr. Delk
Saturday, Nov. 24 • 11 AM
Friendship Cemetery was a veteran of the United States Coast Guard.
Van Vleet, MS Mr. Delk is survived by his wife of 18 years, Ju-
Memorial Gunter Peel
Funeral Home
lie L. Delk; daughters, Jennifer K (Fred) Lovett
College St. Location and Julie K. Delk; son, Robert (Anna) McPher-
son; sisters, Sherri Delk and Angie (Dudley)
Ruby East Reeves; brother, Scott (Pam) Delk; grandchil-
Incomplete dren, Alyssa, Quaid and Finnley, along with a
Memorial Gunter Peel host of extended family.
Funeral Home
2nd Ave. North Location Pallbearers will be Don Woods, Alvin Comer,
Louis Alexander, Bill Delk, Dudley Reeves and
Chris Hammond. Honorary pallbearers will be
Jakoda Wilkins
Memorials may be made to MusiCares, 3030
memorialgunterpeel.com Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90404.
Compliments of
Lowndes Funeral Home
www.lowndesfuneralhome.net
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Our View

Rumors swirl around New Hope shooting death
The death of 20-year-old Hall died from a single remains open. we will continue to follow the affected by this tragedy.
Tyler Hall is a tragedy, and gunshot wound to the head Before the story broke in story and report it according Given the nature of the
that is something everyone on the evening of Nov. 10 at the media, the rumor mill to the available information. death, it is understandable
can agree on. a residence on Phillips Hill around this incident was run- Outside of law enforce- that initial findings are
It may be the only thing Road in New Hope, and the ning. We have heard accu- ment and the coroner, our difficult to accept, but we
people can agree on as Lowndes County Sheriff’s sations against nearly every reporters have talked to urge patience and restraint
speculation and rumor swirl Office ruled the death as involved party, accompanied multiple people close to the until more details are known
around the Nov. 10 shooting accidental and self-inflicted. by all sorts of conjecture and incident. No credible story through the release of the
death. This paper has per- The LCSO said the death conspiracy theories. line that contradicts the offi- state medical examination
haps received more whispers, occurred after Hall and The Dispatch has also cial ruling has yet emerged. report. It is far better to wait
calls and emails concerning others were playing a form of been criticized by what some Reporting unsubstantiated until the facts emerge to
this case than any other in Russian roulette. No charges people believe to be an effort rumors is helpful to no one make judgments.
recent history. have been filed, though as of to cover up the true story. and, in fact, can only produce That, too, is something
Lowndes County coroner this morning the investiga- We stand by our reporting to harm by inflicting more pain everyone should be able to
Greg Merchant confirmed tion into the shooting death date. As new facts emerge, on the families and friends agree on.

Letter to the editor
Voice of the people
War on drug abuse
Being a member of the “Drug Abuse and
Prevention” task force, I have been educated
to this scourge in our community. One thing
I have learned is, legalizing any type of drugs
is not the answer. It is proven that marijuana is
the gateway drug to other more potent drugs.
Those that support the legalization of marijua-
na would not agree with me, but there are facts
that will support my views.
I read Mr. Emmerich’s article in the Novem-
ber 19th edition of The Dispatch with an open
mind and great interest. From the information
I have received, the data quoted in the article
from Colorado is a little misleading. Legalizing
a substance does not decrease it’s demand or
usage. I will agree that in Mississippi, we have
a rehabilitation problem along with a preven-
tion problem. While serving on the drug task
force I have learned we have a drug problem
in our prisons that needs to be addressed. Our
elected officials should be held accountable
for the problems in our penal systems. Maybe
laws should be amended or improved in the
drug sentencing laws. I don’t have the legal
knowledge to know. What I do know is public
education and awareness is needed.
What we are doing now is not working. The
problem cannot be ignored and there is not a
quick fix or easy solution. Public input and con-
cern is needed. The police need our help. See
something, say something. Let’s work together
Politics
to remove this scourge from our city.
God Bless Columbus and America.
Lee Roy Lollar, Jr.
Columbus
Will Democratic rebels dethrone Nancy?
After adding at least Pelosi punishes ene- who will be the principal losers in
37 seats and taking mies. Democrats calling the new House.
control of the House by for new leaders have That adage about Democrats
Other editors running on change, con-
gressional Democrats
already been branded as
sexists with the hashtag
being a collection of warring tribes
gathered together in anticipation of
appear to be about to “#FiveWhiteGuys.” common plunder has never seemed
Avoiding apathy elect as their future lead-
ers three of the oldest
Yet evidence is
mounting that a Pelo-
truer.
What, then, does the new year

between elections faces in the party.
Nancy Pelosi of Cali-
fornia and Steny Hoyer
si speakership would
prove to be an unhappy
close to her remarkable
promise?
As it becomes apparent that
there is little common ground for
That number is certainly stunning when of Maryland have led the career. bipartisan legislation on Capitol
considering that fewer than 82 million total House Democrats for 16 Patrick Buchanan One week after the Hill — except perhaps on infra-
voted in 2014 during the last midterm elec- years. For 12 years, they election, 150 protesters structure, and that would take a
tion. have been joined in the leadership from the Sunrise Movement and long time to enact — the cable news
The high turnout speaks to the climate of triumvirate by Jim Clyburn of South Justice Democrats blocked Pelosi’s channels will look elsewhere for the
politics in the United States, and the way in Carolina. House office to demand action on type of action that causes ratings
which both sides of the political aisle have If these three emerge as speaker, climate change. They were joined to soar. That action will inevitably
responded to various issues since Donald majority leader and majority whip, by the youngest member of the come in the clashes between Trump
Trump was elected president in 2016. all three Democratic leaders will incoming Congress, Alexandria and his enemies and the media that
Whether voters classify themselves as be older than our oldest president, Ocasio-Cortez. sustain them.
Republican, Democrat or Independent, Ronald Reagan, was when he went Pelosi declared herself “inspired” Out of the House — with Adam
everyone has an opinion on what President home after two terms. by the protesters, 51 of whom were Schiff, Elijah Cummings, Maxine
Trump’s policies are or aren’t doing for the By 2020’s election, all three arrested. She urged police to let Waters and Jerrold Nadler as new
United States and, likewise, most are active- House leaders would be over 80. them exercise their democratic chairs — will come a blizzard of
ly engaged and invested in what the future Was this gerontocracy what rights and pledged to revive the subpoenas and a series of confron-
holds. America voted for when it award- House Select Committee on Energy tations with witnesses.
Regardless of the midterm results being ed Democrats control of the U.S. Independence and Global Warming, From special counsel Robert
to each individual’s personal taste, a hearty House? which Republicans abolished. Mueller’s office will almost surely
round of applause has to be given to Ameri- Hardly. Some Democrats won Dismissing the committee as come new indictments, trials and
cans simply taking charge and letting their in 2018 by pledging not to vote for “toothless,” the protesters demand- the long-anticipated report, which
voices be heard in massive numbers. Pelosi as speaker, so unpopular is ed that Pelosi’s party commit to will go to the Justice Department,
It’s easy - terrifyingly so - to be apathetic she in their districts. And if all who bringing an end to the use of all fos- where Matthew Whitaker is acting
about local, state and federal elections. In a said they want new leadership were sil fuels and to accepting no more attorney general.
country of 326 million people, the voice and to vote for new leaders on the House campaign contributions from the oil Then there is the presidential
the vote of one person might seem irrelevant, floor Jan. 3 — when the speaker will and gas industry. race of 2020, where the Democratic
but when several million shrug their shoul- be chosen — Pelosi would fall short. Not going to happen with Pelosi Party has yet another gerontocracy
ders and don’t head to the polls, the impact of The race for speaker could then as speaker. For when it comes to the problem.
indifference can have vast repercussions. break wide-open. leftist agenda of liberal Democrats By spring, there could be 20
The foundation of America was built on Some 16 Democrats vowed Mon- from safe districts — Medicare for Democrats who will have an-
everyone using their voice in bring change, day to oppose Pelosi on the House all, abolish ICE, impeach Trump nounced for president. And five of
and far too often in this country we take floor, one shy of being enough to — Pelosi would pigeonhole such the most prominent mentioned —
democracy - and the right to vote that comes block her return to the speakership measures to avoid the party’s being Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders,
with it - for granted. after eight years. dragged too far to the left for 2020. John Kerry, Joe Biden and Mike
It is imperative that we, as a country, In a letter that went public, the And if the House were to pass Bloomberg — are also over 70, with
always remember the importance and the 16 declared: “Our majority came on radical measures, the bills would Elizabeth Warren turning 70 in
sacrifices made for all of us to have these the backs of candidates who said die in the Senate or be vetoed by June.
rights. that they would support new lead- the president. While some candidates will be
But it goes so far beyond the voting booth, ership because voters in hard-won Moreover, within Pelosi’s party granted airtime because they are
it will be two more years before the United districts, and across the country, in the House, the various factions famous, the lesser-known will fol-
States has another major election. We would want to see real change in Wash- are going to be demanding a new low the single sure path to the cable
encourage everyone to stay involved and ington. We promised to change the distribution of the seats of power, of studios and the weekend TV shows
interested in what is happening on the federal status quo, and we intend to deliver which there are only so many to go — the trashing of Trump.
level, and to keep an ear to the ground in the on that promise.” around. Trading barbs is not Nancy Pelo-
months between elections. The likelihood of the rebellion Democratic women, who won si’s kind of fight.
Remember what candidates do and don’t succeeding, however, remains slim, more seats than ever, will want Patrick J. Buchanan, a nationally
do, hold them accountable for their action for no credible challenger to Pelosi more, as will the Congressional syndicated columnist, was a senior
or inaction and always remember that we all has yet announced. Black Caucus and the Hispanics. advisor to presidents Richard Nixon,
have the power to change the country. What explains the timidity in the It will most likely be white male Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan. His
Oxford Eagle Democratic caucus? Democrats, that shrinking cohort, website is http://buchanan.org/blog.
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Obituaries
Continued from Page 3A

Carolyn Brooks of arrangements. Gladden; and brother, Services will be at wife, Peggy Perrigin; rison; brothers, Jerry
STARKVILLE — Mrs. Brooks was Jimmy Gresham Jr. 11 a.m. Wednesday at sons, Buddy Perrigin, Perrigin and Benney
Carolyn Gresham born April 13, 1931, in She is survived by her Dowdle Funeral Home Bryan Perrigin and Perrigin; sister, Judy
Brooks, 87, died Nov. 17, Carthage, to the late son, Barry; daughter, Chapel. Visitation will Richard Perrigin; Houston; eight grand-
2018, at the Claiborne Gertrude and Jimmy Lisa Ashmore; son, Ran- be one hour prior to daughters, Lisa Daw- children; and two
Gresham. She was dy; four grandchildren; services. Dowdle Fu- kins and Linda Har- great-grandchildren.
Memory Care Center in
Starkville. a graduate of Hinds and two great-grandchil- neral Home is in charge
Services will be at Junior College and was dren. of arrangements. Exceptional Service
formerly employed with Mr. Perrigin was
3 p.m. Wednesday at
First United Method- the Mississippi State Raymond Perrigin Sr. born July 9, 1946, to the No Exceptions
ist Church. Graveside University Personnel KENNEDY, Ala. late Mr. Coy L. Perr- Our commitment to
services will follow at Department. She — Raymond Lazette igin and Mrs. Mary excellent service allows When Caring Counts...
Memorial Garden Park. attended First United Perrigin Sr., 72, died Laudis Cowart Perri- us to say that no matter
Visitation will be two Methodist Church. Nov. 18, 2018, at Vander- gin. He was formerly
what kind of services
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Walter B. Wyckoff Dorothy Baker
Walter B. Wyckoff, 84, passed away on Sun- Dorothy Atkinson Baker, age 98, of Columbus,
MS, formerly of Van Vleet, MS, died November
Roman Hudson
day, November 18, 2018, at the Mississippi State
16, 2018, at Trinity Healthcare. Richmond Roman Hudson, age 46, left this
Veterans Home in Kosciusko.
A graveside memorial service will be Saturday, earth too soon in Toronto, Canada on November 9,
Visitation will be Friday, November 23, 2018,
November 24, 2018, at 11:00 AM at Friendship 2018 to be with the Lord. He was born March 13,
from 1:00 pm until 2:00 p.m. Funeral service will
Cemetery in Van Vleet, MS. Memorial Gunter 1972 in Winston County, Louisville, Mississippi,
follow in the Lowndes Funeral Home Chapel
Peel Funeral Home & Crematory, College Street and was the only son of Dr. and Mrs. Bobby
with Bro. Don Both officiating. Interment will fol-
location is in charge of arrangements. James (Belinda Wright) Hudson. He resided in
low at Memorial Gardens with Lowndes Funeral
She was born July 2, 1920, in Van Vleet, MS, Atlanta, Georgia and San Francisco, California.
Home directing.
to the late James Edward and Bertha Martin At- He spent his childhood in Louisville,
Mr. Wyckoff was born August 27, 1934, in Ha-
kinson. Dorothy married the late Edward Blake Greenwood and Columbus, Mississippi and
vana, ND, to the late Elenora and Walter Faye
of Amory, MS. graduated Valedictorian of Lee High School
Wyckoff. After his high school graduation, he
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in Columbus of 1990 and Mississippi State
volunteered for the draft and served two years
in death by brother, Don “Red” Berry of Jackson, University School of Architecture of 1996. He
in the US Army. Upon his discharge, he enlisted
MS. began his career in architecture with Robert
with the Air Force. On April 6, 1957, he married
She is survived by one son, James A. Baker Adams in Jackson, Mississippi, and furthered
Shirley Ness. Together, they continued with the
(Mary Lee) of Grenada, MS; one granddaugh- that career with Norman Askins’ prestigious
Air Force, living many places around the world
ter, Lee Ann Baker Williams (James) of Atlanta, architecture firm in Atlanta, Georgia. Roman
and also here in the states. Mr. Wyckoff retired
GA; one grandson, J. V. Williams of Atlanta, GA; was so successful at his profession he opened his
from the Air Force in June 1975, went to vocation-
niece, Collene Berry McCollum of Murfrees- own firm for selective clients from the east to the
al school for a couple of years and then returned
boro, TN; and nephew, Charles E. Berry of Co- west coast and was in the process of completing
to the base to work with Civil Service for 15 years.
lumbus, MS. She is also survived by sister-in-law, a magnificent home in Greenwich, Connecticut
He remained in Columbus, where he raised his
Judy Berry of Jackson, MS; numerous great niec- at his death. His homes have been published in
family, he was a loving family man, very proud of
es and nephews, including Scott and Ruth Ber- magazines such as House Beautiful, Renovation
his sons and his grandchildren. He enjoyed rais-
ry, Duke and Laura Beth Berry, Charles Russell Style, and Kitchen and Bath. He was a creative,
ing a garden and took pride in his lawn. Mr. Wy-
(Jane) Berry, Reau (Kelli) Berry, all of Colum- talented designer and drew the plans for many
ckoff was a Presbyterian and attended Mt. Zion
bus, MS, Missi McCollum McCormick (Lane) pieces of furniture for the interior spaces of
Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
of Murfreesboro, TN, Tom McCollum (Debbie) the homes he designed. He loved antiques and
Mr. Wyckoff was preceded in death by his par-
of Jackson, MS, Ken Berry (Missy) of Jackson, architectural elements and often incorporated
ents; and one brother, Thomas Wyckoff.
MS and Laura Holmes (Keith) of Tulsa, OK; plus them in many of the houses he built for his
He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Shir-
20 great-great-nieces and nephews; and 15 great- clients. He was born to be an architect.
ley Wyckoff; four sons, Steven (Cathy) Wyckoff
great-great-nieces and nephews. Roman loved God first, He was a Christian.
of Florida, W. Scott (Pam) Wyckoff of Columbus,
He loved to sing; and sang in the choir at First
Robin (Angelika) Wyckoff of Texas and Brian
Baptist Church of Jackson, Mississippi, and St.
(Judy) Wyckoff of Tupelo; one sister, Lois Ender-
Marks Methodist Church, Atlanta, Georgia.
son; one brother, George Wyckoff; grandchildren
He loved family and was always there to share
Brooks Wyckoff, Gracie Head, Katey Wyckoff, Ty
special occasions. He never failed to plan
Wyckoff, Tyler Wyckoff and Johnson Wyckoff. Sign the online guest book at adventures—trips to the Georgia mountains
Pallbearers will be Brooks Wyckoff, Ty Wy- www.memorialgunterpeel.com where he had discovered waterfalls while hiking
ckoff, Tyler Wyckoff, Johnson Wyckoff, James 903 College Street • Columbus, MS and kayaking, trips to little towns where he found
Head, James Hall and Mike Nabors. Honorary
architectural gems of houses and antiques, trips

Elvin “Big Red” Taylor
Pallbearers will be Bob and Mary Ruth Gale, Ed
to New York where he introduced family to new
and Anna Prescott, Dwight and Jeanie Colson,
cultures and foods and trips just to hunt for just
Dale Hall, Billy Edmondson and Wayne and Be-
the right antique. He never failed to remember
linda Craven. Elvin Woodrow “Big Red” his mother or grandmothers on their special
Memorials may be made to the charity of the Taylor, 99, of Columbus, MS, days and if he could not be there in person, there
donor’s choice. passed away, Sunday, Novem-
Compliments of were always flowers, beautiful flowers. He loved
Lowndes Funeral Home ber 18, 2018.
Visitation will be Wednes-
body building and staying fit, and was the muse
www.lowndesfuneralhome.net for artists’ canvasses and portraits. He loved his
day, November 21, 2018, from Scot heritage and embraced this by wearing the

Tandy Wilson, III
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM at Lowndes traditional kilts and sporrans. He often attended
Funeral Home, Columbus, MS. the Highland Scottish Games. He was generous
A funeral service will follow at and loving and gave to many charities and fund
Tandy W. Wilson, III passed 2:00 PM in the Lowndes Funer- raising events, especially Toys for Tots. He had
away on November 7, 2018 al Home Chapel with Bro. Steve friends from the east coast to the west coast and
surrounded by his family. He Lammons officiating. Interment will be at Me- internationally and made it his goal to make them
was 96. A native Nashvillian, morial Gardens, Columbus, MS with Lowndes feel welcome and trust in human kindness. Mere
he graduated from East High Funeral Home directing. words on a page cannot begin to express the
School and then attended the Mr. Taylor was born June 14, 1919, in Cren- rareness and uniqueness of his life and its effect
University of Tennessee where shaw County, AL, to the late James Bryant and on those whose lives he touched.
he was named a cheerleader Effie Anderson Taylor. He was a veteran of the He is survived by his parents; grandmother,
during his freshman year. Later United States Air Force, having served in various Mrs. Colleen Wright, of Louisville, Mississippi;
that year he joined the Army locations around the world during World War II, his paternal father, Mr. Richmond Watkins (Mary
Air Corps and was called into the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Mr. Taylor Charles) of Sylacauga, Alabama; and half-sister,
active duty in 1943. A Second Lieutenant, he retired in 1972 as a Senior Master Sargent after Ashley Watkins of Brandon, Mississippi; Uncles
served as a pilot in Europe during World War II 29 years of service. During this time, he contin- Mr. Charles M. (Brenda) Wright; and Mr. John
until July 1945. After the war, Tandy went back ued to serve his country as the sole surviving S. (Sylvia) Wright all of Louisville, Mississippi;
to the University of Tennessee to complete his son of his family after losing his brothers in the Aunts Mrs. Helen (Jerry) Webb of Noxapater,
degree, was president of his fraternity, served as service. He was one of the oldest surviving veter- Mississippi; and Mrs. Beverly (Clarence) Kelley
president of the Fraternity Relations Board and ans of Lowndes County. Mr. Taylor enjoyed many of Louisville; great-aunts Mrs. Margie Hudson
was a cheerleader for his remaining three years. outdoor activities including hunting, fishing and and Mrs. Grace Eaves both of Louisville; and
He graduated in 1948 and then joined his father playing golf. He loved spending time with his Mrs. Doris Steeds of Indianola, Mississippi;
in business as a Food Broker at T.W. Wilson and wife, 3 children, 7 grandchildren, 11 great-grand- and Aunt Mrs. Glenda (Walter) Clemmons of
Son. children, 1 great-great-grandchild and his entire Ridgeland, Mississippi; and Uncle Mr. Michael
Tandy was a Metro Nashville Councilman for family, which was the pride of his life. (Terry) Watkins of Philadelphia and cousins
over 35 years. He served as chairman of Budget In addition to his parents, Mr. Taylor is preced- whom he loved as brothers and sisters. He is also
& Finance and on several other committees. He ed in death by his wife, Sophie “Dusty” Dubovik survived by his dearest friend and soul mate Mr.
along with others, were instrumental in the start Taylor; 5 sisters; and 2 brothers. Andy Clifford of Toronto, Canada.
of the Nashville Metropolitan Government. He Mr. Taylor is survived by his sons, Rodney He was preceded in death by his maternal
was a member of the Lions Club, Rotary Club, Old (Lauren) Taylor of Birmingham, AL and Bobby grandfather Mr. John Wesley Wright and
Junior Chamber, the D.D. Wallace Board, Men’s (Patricia) Taylor of Columbus, MS; daughter, paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. James
Club at Burton School and Hillsboro High. He Donna (Gary) Silas of Columbus, MS; grandchil- (Maudie) Hudson all of Louisville and Mr. Rufus
was also President of the University of Tennessee dren, Josh (Lindsey) Westbrook, Brandon Chase Watkins (Lessie) and (Mildred) of Columbus,
National Alumni Association. Taylor, Niccole (Josh) Thomas, Haley (Alex) Da- Mississippi; and an aunt Mrs. Jean Whitt (Butch)
Tandy is preceded in death by his first wife, vis, Ashley (Tim) Kimbrell, Dawn Jones and Kris of Louisville, Mississippi.
Eleanor Waters Wilson. He is survived by his Silas; great-grandchildren, Slade Westbrook, Funeral services will 2 p.m. Saturday,
four children; Tandy W. Wilson, IV (Connie), Gavin Westbrook, Kaiden Kimbrell, Hunter November 17, 2018, in the Nowell Massey Funeral
Eleanor Ray Sherrill (Ron), Jeffrey Wilson, Jones, Kristian Silas, Shawn Silas, Emma Faith Home Chapel with Dr. Shawn Parker officiating.
Steve Wilson (Judy), 8 grandchildren and 6 Davis, Zoe Faith Davis, Eva Kate Davis, Amelia Visitation will be the day of the service from 12
great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his Blakeley Thomas and Ezekiel Alexander Davis; p.m. to service time at Nowell Massey Funeral
wife Dai Waters Wilson and her children; Mike and great-great-grandchild, Kaspian Silas. Home in Louisville.
Waters (Betty), David Waters (Ginny), M. L. Pallbearers will be Josh Westbrook, Chase Interment will follow in Camp Ground United
Waters (Kim), Ine Waters, 8 grandchildren and Taylor, Tim Kimbrell, Alex Davis, Josh Thomas Methodist Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers
11 great-grandchildren. and Gary Silas. memorials may be made to LeBonheur Children’s
Tandy was a longtime member of Woodmont Honorary pallbearers will be J.T. Coyle, Jim Hospital, 850 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, TN 38105
Christian Church where a Celebration of Life Nadeau and Members of Pine Grove Hunting or foundation@Lebonheur.org.
Service was held on Tuesday, November 13. Mr. Club. Services are under the direction of
Wilson was buried with military honors in a The family wishes to extend a special thank Nowell-Massey Funeral Home, 724 North
private service at Nashville National Cemetery. you to caretakers, Chaka Deloach and Chelsey Columbus Avenue, Louisville, MS. Memories
Memorial contributions may be made to the Schielbein, Vicki “Nikki” and the staff at VA and condolences may be shared with the
Eleanor Waters Wilson Scholarship Fund, Medical Clinic in Columbus, MS. family by signing the guest register at www.
University of Tennessee | College of Education, Memorials may be made to the Pine Grove nowellmasseyfuneralhome.com.
Health, and Human Sciences, Attn: Penny Howell, Hunting Club, Big Red’s Planting Fund, send to
Danny Lancaster, 9851 County Road 75, Ethels- Paid Obituary - Nowell-Massey Funeral Home
324 Claxton Education Complex, Knoxville, TN
37996-3400. An online guestbook is available at ville, AL 35461.
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Absentee voting underway for runoffs
By Slim Smith District 14, Place 1 chancery judge tween 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., and Satur-
ssmith@cdispatch.com position. day from 8 a.m. until noon.
Ballots were finally printed Fri- Voters can cast ballots for the
A much-abbrevi- day, which allowed circuit clerks to U.S. Senate runoff between Cindy
ated absentee voting begin sending out absentee ballots. Hyde-Smith and Mike Espy. Voters
period has started “We started sending out ballots who live in the Chancery District 14,
for the Nov. 27 runoff for absentee requests on Friday,” Pace 1 will choose between Rodney
election, which will Lowndes County Circuit Clerk Te- Faver and Lee Ann Turner. Voters
decide a U.S. Senate resa Barksdale said. “We’re getting who live in Chancery District 14,
seat and two chan- them out as fast as we can.” Place 2, will choose between Joe
cery court judge po- Mail in ballots will be accepted Studdard and Carrie Jourdan.
Barksdale
sitions. until 5 p.m. Monday. Voters must present a valid voter
With just a three-week period For those who wish to vote absen- ID, such as a driver’s license, stu-
between the Nov. 6 general elec- tee at circuit clerk offices, the op- dent ID or any other state-issued ID.
tion and the runoff, the absentee portunities are limited. Circuit clerk A chancery district map and more
voting period was further delayed offices are closed Thursday and Fri- information on absentee voting is
in some areas as election officials day for the Thanksgiving holiday. available at the Mississippi Sec-
had to wait to see which candidates Voters can vote at the circuit clerk’s retary of State’s website at http://
had emerged in the runoff for the office Tuesday and Wednesday be- www.sos.ms.gov/pollingplace.

Airport
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Jet fuel is always flights to Atlanta and is lo-
available, but since the ‘We’ve had some struggles out there. cated just 10 miles west of
airport’s runway is 500
feet too short to support
I’m not going to lie. It’s a difficult Columbus.
Plus, as both Smith
jet traffic, that tank sits
largely unused.
business, but I believe we have a nice and Armstrong noted, the
hangars need updating to
In September, Arm-
strong said, he urged
airport that has so much potential.’ expand rental potential,
and the runway needs to
Columbus Chief Operations Officer David Armstrong
Hendrickson to refill the be lengthened to accom-
aviation fuel tank, re- the airport averages 33 said. “That would balloon modate jet traffic in order
minding him such mainte- flights per day, 52 percent the budget to probably to promote more profit-
nance was specified in the of which are transient $150,000.” able use.
contract. Hendrickson general aviation, 44 per- The Taloney family “We want an airport
complied, but weeks later cent local general aviation managed the airport suc- pilots can use general-
he had allowed the tank to and the remainder classi- cessfully for more than ly without restriction,”
empty again. fied as either military or two decades before quit- Smith said. “Right now,
When Armstrong con- air taxi. ting the gig when its last we have a number of re-
tacted Hendrickson a sec- Despite the invest- contract expired 12 years strictions.”
ond time, the FBO owner ments, hangar rental and ago, Armstrong said. A standard FAA grant
indicated he could not use, airport board mem- Since then, there’s been might pay for much of
continue managing the bers say circumstances a revolving door of FBOs, the runway project, but
airport to the contract’s and a string of bad luck, all of which came in with grants to help with han-
specifications. especially where FBOs big ideas that never came gar updates require a
“It was a very amicable are concerned, continue to fruition. 50-percent local match,
split,” Armstrong said. to hamper the airport’s Some FBO busts were which Armstrong said the
“I like Claude a lot. He’s viability. more prominent than oth- city cannot afford right
a nice guy. He just lost “We need a fixed-base ers. Billy Scarborough, now.
interest in managing the operator who has a knowl- who had the contract be- “Honestly, as it is,
airport.” edge and passion for what fore Hendrickson, was ar- there’s not a lot of money
they are doing,” said air- rested in May for embez- to be made at the airport,”
Falling on hard times port board president Jeff zling 2,000 gallons of fuel Armstrong said. “That’s
The Columbus-Lown- Smith, who is also a coun- with a Public Works fuel the biggest issue when it
des Airport boasts a ty supervisor. “Recently card in 2014. comes to finding an FBO.”
4,500-foot runway and we just haven’t had that.” Smith said an FBO Closing the airport,
hangar rental space to The city and county pay with integrity, solid ad- though, could be the cost-
house up to 27 aircraft. the FBO, as an indepen- ministrative skills and a liest option of all. FAA
Pilots keep the hangars at dent contractor, $40,000 good rapport with pilots grants require recipients
near capacity, Armstrong annually to manage the would help things get to keep funded projects in
said, mostly with sin- airport. The city /county back on track. He would use for their “useful life”
gle-engine planes. take on major renovation also like to see someone or 20 years, depending on
In just the last five expenses, mostly through local, as the last two have the project. If the city and
years, the city and coun- grants, as well as pay util- resided out of the area. county closed the airport
ty have used more than ity costs. The FBO takes “When we hire some- before then, the entities
$800,000 in Federal Avi- on daily maintenance and one from out of the area, would have to repay FAA
ation Administration operations, and in turn it’s hard for me to envision the depreciated value of
grants to improve the keeps revenue from fuel they would have the same all federal grant funds
airport — ranging from sales and hangar rental. concerns as a local opera- the airport received as far
airfield drainage projects Generally, Armstrong tor would have,” he said. back as 1998 — a cost that
and obstruction removal said, an FBO contract is could be in the millions.
to renovations to the ter- more cost-effective than Profitability issues, Also, Armstrong said,
minal — for which local hiring internal staff to run infrastructure needs it would be a shame to
entities only had to pro- the airport. Now, the city Even the best FBO shutter an airport he feels
vide 5 percent in match- and county share a rough- would face challenges at is still viable.
ing funds. FAA provided ly $70,000 annual budget the local airport, Arm- “We’ve had some strug-
90 percent and the state dedicated to the airport. strong said. gles out there. I’m not
of Mississippi provided 5 “If we tried to staff it First, most commercial going to lie,” Armstrong
percent. ourselves, it would take air traffic goes through said. “It’s a difficult busi-
According to informa- a manager and two as- Golden Triangle Region- ness, but I believe we have
tion The Dispatch found sistants earning wages al Airport, which offers a nice airport that has so
on the AirNav website, and benefits,” Armstrong multi-passenger Delta jet much potential.”

Planning Commission
Continued from Page 1A
signatures and that would “ F r a n k l y, be notified. Typically, only “It’s a
allow me to get an amend- there wasn’t homeowners within 160 residential
ment for that particular any need feet of the request will re- neighbor -
property,” Davenport for tonight’s ceive a notice of a permit hood and
said. “I wasn’t told I would meeting, use. that’s what
have to have that complet- because Monday night, the it’s meant to
ed by this meeting. It’s a the cove- board received a petition be,” Bragg
lengthy process.” nants had with 69 signatures in op- said. “We Bragg
The board unanimous- not been Wiegel position of the assisted liv-
want it to
ly voted to table the dis- changed. The thinking ing facility. Several pres-
remain a neighborhood
cussion until 51 percent was, at or before tonight’s ent Monday had signed
and not an assisted living
of homeowners agree to meeting, the covenants that petition.
Davenport’s plan for the would have been legally Nancy Bragg, a resi- neighborhood. I think the
property. changed, but that wasn’t dent opposed to the proj- majority has spoken and
“In the future, I will the case.” ect, came to the meeting we don’t want this hap-
not place an applicant He added due to the last night in hopes of voic- pening in our neighbor-
on the agenda unless I public concern and out- ing her opinion. If the mat- hood.”
have a document stating cry, provided the permit ter is brought before the Davenport declined to
the covenants had been use moves forward, the board again, she said she speak to The Dispatch af-
changed,” Wiegel said. entire neighborhood will will attend and speak up. ter Monday’s meeting.

Carjacking
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Cox then reportedly verse, knocking her over, enough to go to the hos- police officer spotted the
jumped into the driver’s before fleeing. pital. Buick on Highway 45 and
seat of her 2010 Buick La- The victim injured Within minutes, au- made a traffic stop.
crosse while she was still her right knee and elbow thorities had been noti- Cox is in custody at
filling the tires. When she during the fall, though au- fied to be on the lookout Lowndes County Sheriff’s
tried to get him out of the thorities did not indicate for the car. Cox was ar- Office. His bond has not
car, he put the car in re- her injuries were serious rested when a Columbus been set.

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MEN’S COLLEGE COLLEGE FOOTBALL
BASKETBALL
Rebels’ Brown,
Bulldogs Choctaws’ Lampkin
suffer first on list for Conerly
loss of year From Special Reports

JACKSON — Ole Miss football wide
From Staff and Wire Reports
receiver A.J. Brown and
LAS VEGAS — As a Mississippi College running
freshman, Arizona State’s back Tiberias Lampkin were
Kimani Lawrence made named Monday one of 10
nominees for the Conerly
three 3-pointers.
Trophy, the Mississippi Sports
Monday night, the
Hall of Fame and Museum
sophomore drained three
announced Monday.
from long
ASU 72, range — part The award is given to the Brown
most outstanding college
MSU 67 of a 22-point football player in the state of
performance
Mississippi. The winner will be
— including
announced Tuesday, Nov. 27, at
the game winner with 33
the Country Club of Jackson.
seconds, to lead the Sun
Brown, who won the Conerly
Devils to a 72-67 victory
Trophy in 2017, will look to join
over No. 15 Mississippi
Eli Manning and Mississippi
State in the heavyweight
State’s Dak Prescott as the only Lampkin
bracket of the MGM Main
players to win the award twice.
Event.
A junior out of Starkville, Brown has re-writ-
“I’ve completely recon-
ten the receiving record books in his three years
structed my shot, from Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch
Mississippi State’s Johnathan Abram recovered a fumble by Arkansas quarterback at Ole Miss. He stands as the all-time leading re-
the base, to the release, to
Ty Storey in the first half of their game Saturday at Davis Wade Stadium. ceiver in Ole Miss history with 2,923 yards. He
getting it all in one motion,
has 12 100-yard receiving performances during

THREE BULLDOGS RECOGNIZED
I’ve worked really hard for
his career, also a program record.
it,” said Lawrence, who
Brown has amassed 1,259 yards this sea-
is 9 of 19 from 3-point
son, breaking his single-season school record
range through the first
of 1,252, set in 2017. He’s the only player in Ole
four games of the season.
“Credit to Remy (Martin) Abram, Calhoun earn SEC honors; Simmons up for state’s top award Miss history with two 1,000-yard seasons. He
is one reception shy of the all-time single-sea-
to trusting me. He hit me,
By Bret t Hudson son mark of 82, set by Laquon Treadwell in
I hit the shot. Stepped bhudson@cdispatch.com
Game 12 2015.
up, made a big-time play n Ole Miss, 6:30 p.m. Thursday (ESPN;
for the team, for the
See CONERLY, 4B
STARKVILLE — Johnathan Abram, WKBB-FM 100.9, WFCA-FM 107.9).
program.”

Five Tide players
Deion Calhoun, and Jeffery Simmons
Luguentz Dort added 17 represented the No. 22 Mississippi State
points and nine rebounds, football team Monday as members of the
while Remy Martin scored
honor roll.

finalists for awards
16 for the Sun Devils, who
Abram, a senior defensive back,
will meet Utah State in the
joined Kentucky’s Josh Paschal in being
championship game on
named the Southeastern Conference’s
Wednesday.
co-Defensive Players of the Week, while From Special Reports
MSU, which will face
Calhoun, a senior, was named SEC Of- Simmons Calhoun Abram
Saint Mary’s in the con-
solation game, was led fensive Lineman of the Week. TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama football
by Aric Holman with 22 Simmons, a junior standout at defen- football player in Mississippi. players Jerry Jeudy (wide receiver), Tua Tagov-
points and 10 rebounds. sive end tackle from Noxubee County Abram is the first Bulldog to earn ailoa (quarterback), Jonah Williams (offensive
Arizona State, which High School in Macon, was named one the honor since 2015 (Richie Brown). lineman), Quinnen Williams (defensive line-
climbed as high as No. 3 of 10 nominees to be announced as final- The honor is the first of Abram’s career. man), and Dylan Moses (linebacker) were se-
after opening last season ists for the Conerly Trophy. The award In a 52-6 victory against Arkansas on lected as finalists Monday for national awards.
12-0, improved to 4-0, goes to the most outstanding college See AWARDS, 4B Jeudy is a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award,
while handing the Bull- which is presented annually to
dogs their first loss of the
season (3-1).
Moorhead: Sticking to habits key the nation’s top receiver. The
sophomore is 13th nationally
The Sun Devils held off with an average of 19.6 yards
By Bret t Hudson
Notebook coach. Fitzgerald is also per reception and is tied for 10th
a second-half rally by Mis- bhudson@cdispatch.com hearing a lot about it, but
sissippi State, which tied in the Football Bowl Subdivision
he doesn’t want to delve with 10 touchdown catches this
the game at 65 when Nick STARKVILLE — A him an Apple Watch. The
into the memories. season. Jeudy is third in the
Weatherspoon drained a year ago, Joe Moorhead Black Friday crowds kept
“That’s one of those country in yards per route run Tagovailoa
long-range jumper just in- watched the Mississippi him from getting back
things in sports. It hap- at 3.5 and fifth in yards after
side the 3-point line with State and Ole Miss foot- until the second half, well
one minute left in the ball teams in the Battle after Nick Fitzgerald suf- pens,” Fitzgerald said. catch average at 8.1, according to Pro Football
game. for the Golden Egg from fered a broken ankle. “For a long time, I don’t Focus. He has a team-leading 1,002 yards on
“They have great size, his home in State College, At 6:30 p.m. Thursday think it’s been particular- 51 receptions in 2018, which ranks No. 6 on
they’re very physical, they Pennsylvania, but he see (ESPN), Moorhead will ly on purpose, but from the Alabama single-season receiving yards
played big — which is dif- the injury that changed experience the rivalry what I’ve seen through list. He is Alabama’s first 1,000-yard receiver
ficult for us — I thought the game. that created that injury. the season I’m probably since Calvin Ridley in 2015 (1,045 yards on 89
they just pounded us,” That day was his son Moorhead has heard a going to have both ankles receptions).
Mississippi State coach Mason’s birthday, so he lot about the rivalry in his spatted, just to be sure. Tagovailoa is among the finalists for the
Ben Howland said. went to Target to buy first year as MSU’s head See NOTEBOOK, 4B See ALABAMA, 4B

PREP PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Harris carries tradition of No. 2
Running back follows in footsteps of Cox, Murphy to lead Green Wave
By Will Nations titles in 2016 and 2017, Harris
Special to the Dispatch earned postseason glory Friday to
add to the tradition of the jersey
WEST POINT — When the number.
West Point High football team “The guys who have come be-
needed someone to step up in its fore, Marcus Murphy and many
game against Lafayette County in others, have mentored me to this
the quarterfinals of the Mississip- position, and gave me the rock to
pi High School Activities Associa- Harris carry,” Harris said. “They have
tion (MHSAA) Class 5A playoffs. taught me a lot of what I know on
A familiar jersey number ended up this football field. It is a blessing.”
helping the Green Wave keep their sea- The junior rushed for 76 of his 124
son alive. yards in the third and fourth quarters
Hybrid athlete Brandon Harris, who and scored West Point’s final two touch-
wears No. 2, exploded offensively in the downs in the second half in a 27-20 victo-
second half. Just like Justin Cox, a two- ry at McCallister Field. David Miller/Special to The Dispatch
time state champion in 2009 and 2010, For his accomplishments, Harris is Running back Brandon Harris played a pivotal role in the second half to help the
and Marcus Murphy, who won state See PREP PLAYER, 4B West Point High School rally past Lafayette County on Friday night.
2B Tuesday, November 20, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

briefly CALENDAR Baseball The Men’s AP Top 25
The weekly poll, with first-place votes in
MIDWEST
Buffalo at Bowling Green, 11 a.m.
Nebraska at Iowa, 11 a.m.
Hall of Fame Ballot List parentheses, records through Nov. 18, total Texas at Kansas, 11 a.m.
Local Prep Football
NEW YORK — Players on this year’s ballot for
the Baseball Hall of Fame. Election results will
be announced Jan. 22, 2019:
points based on 25 points for a first-place vote
through one point for a 25th-place vote and last
week’s ranking:
Eastern Michigan at Kent State, 11 a.m.
Akron at Ohio, 11 a.m.
Central Michigan at Toledo, 11 a.m.
Perry, Beasley will be guest speakers at Starkville Friday’s Games Rick Ankiel, Jason Bay, Lance Berkman, Barry
Bonds, Roger Clemens, Freddy García, Jon

1. Duke (53)
Rec. Pts Prv
3-0 1564 1
Arkansas at Missouri, 1:30 p.m.
East Carolina at Cincinnati, 2:30 p.m.
2. Kansas (7) 3-0 1510 2
Quarterback Club’s meeting Mississippi High School Activities Association Garland, Travis Hafner, Roy Halladay, Todd
3. Gonzaga 3-0 1437 3
FAR WEST
Helton, Andruw Jones, Jeff Kent, Ted Lilly, Oregon at Oregon State, 3 p.m.
Jay Perry, director of Player Development for the Mississippi State (MHSAA) Derek Lowe, Edgar Martínez, Fred McGriff, 4. Virginia (2)
5. Tennessee (1)
3-0 1299 4
3-0 1281 5
Washington at Washington State, 7:30 p.m.
Mike Mussina, Darren Oliver, Roy Oswalt,
football program, and Leah Beasley, executive senior associate athletic Class 5A — North State Championship Andy Pettitte, Juan Pierre, Plácido Polanco, 6. Nevada 3-0 1253 6 Saturday’s Games
director for external affairs, will be the guest speakers at 6 p.m. Tuesday Manny Ramírez, Mariano Rivera, Scott Rolen, 7. North Carolina 4-0 1246 7 EAST
Olive Branch at West Point, 7 p.m. Curt Schilling, Gary Sheffield, Sammy Sosa, 8. Auburn 3-0 1123 9 Syracuse at Boston College, 11 a.m.
for the weekly meeting of The Starkville Quarterback Club. 9. Michigan 5-0 1021 18
This will be “date night,” when all members are invited to bring their Alabama High School Athletic Association Miguel Tejada, Omar Vizquel, Billy Wagner,
Larry Walker, Vernon Wells, Kevin Youkilis, 10. Kentucky 3-1 980 10
Maryland at Penn State, 2:30 p.m.
Temple at Connecticut, 2:30 p.m.
11. Michigan State 3-1 937 11
significant other. (AHSAA) Michael Young.
12. Kansas State 4-0 889 12
SOUTH
Navy at Tulane, 11 a.m.
Social hour begins at 6 p.m. followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m. The
program will begin at 7 p.m. The menu will feature baked or fried chick-
Class 2A Playoffs — Third Round
Aliceville at Addison, 7 p.m.
Basketball 13. Virginia Tech
14. Florida State
15. Mississippi State
4-0 849 16
2-0 794 14
3-0 619 17
Marshall at FIU, 11 a.m.
Florida at Florida State, 11 a.m.
Georgia Tech at Georgia, 11 a.m.
en, mashed potatoes, green beans, bread, salad, and dessert. NBA 16. Clemson 3-0 462 19 W. Kentucky at Louisiana Tech, 11 a.m.
Class 1A Playoffs — Third Round EASTERN CONFERENCE 17. UCLA 3-0 430 20 NC State at North Carolina, 11 a.m.
Perry will provide a scouting report for MSU’s game against Ole Atlantic Division 18. TCU 3-0 388 21 Wake Forest at Duke, 11:30 a.m.
Miss at 6:30 p.m. Thursday (ESPN) in the Battle for the Golden Egg at Mars Hill Bible at South Lamar, 7 p.m. W L Pct GB 19. LSU 4-0 358 22 Georgia Southern at Georgia State, 1 p.m.
Toronto 13 4 .765 — 20. Iowa 4-0 354 — New Mexico State at Liberty, 1 p.m.
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford. Spring Garden at Pickens County, 7 p.m. Philadelphia 12 7 .632 2 21. Oregon 3-1 325 13 Troy at Appalachian State, 1:30 p.m.
The co-sponsors for the meeting are Cadence Bank and Vowell’s Boston 9 8 .529 4 22. Buffalo 3-0 240 25 Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Monroe,
Marketplace. Prep Basketball Brooklyn
New York
7 10 .412 6
4 13 .235 9
23. Ohio State
24. Purdue
4-0 222 —
4-1 199 23
2 p.m.
UAB at Middle Tennessee, 2 p.m.
Saturday’s Games Southeast Division 25. Wisconsin 3-0 150 — Auburn at Alabama, 2:30 p.m.
Columbus will hold ODP Super Center W L Pct GB Also Receiving Votes: Nebraska 98, Indiana Pittsburgh at Miami, 2:30 p.m.
Columbus United will serve as host for the Olympic Development Starkville Thanksgiving Classic Orlando 9 8 .529 — 74, Maryland 56, Villanova 53, Furman 50,
Syracuse 29, Washington 29, Texas 23,
Tennessee at Vanderbilt, 3 p.m.
Charlotte 8 8 .500 ½ Grambling State vs. Southern U.
Program Super Center from 4-6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9, at the Down- At Starkville High Miami 6 10 .375 2½ Butler 18, Miami 18, West Virginia 18, St. John’s at New Orleans, 4 p.m.
Washington 5 11 .313 3½ 13, Iowa State 11, Texas Tech 8, Florida 7, Charlotte at FAU, 5 p.m.
town Columbus Soccer Complex. New Hope (boys) vs. Newton, Noon Marquette 7, Saint Louis 6, Arizona State South Carolina at Clemson, 6 p.m.
Atlanta 3 14 .176 6
The event will be an opportunity for players to get seen for the state West Point (boys) vs Southeast Lauderdale, Central Division 4, Marshall 4, Notre Dame 4, Vanderbilt 4, Kentucky at Louisville, 6 p.m.
Connecticut 3, Loyola of Chicago 2, Loyola MIDWEST
ODP teams and to get more training from licensed coaches. W L Pct GB
Marymount 2, Temple 2, Arkansas 1,
Players who register for the ODP Super Centers will be evaluated 1:30 p.m. Milwaukee 12 4 .750 —
Davidson 1.
Purdue at Indiana, 11 a.m.
Michigan at Ohio State, 11 a.m.
Indiana 11 6 .647 1½
and offered spots on the State ODP team if they are good enough. The Warren Central (girls) at Starkville, 3 p.m. Detroit 8 6 .571 3 Monday’s Women’s Major Illinois at Northwestern, 2:30 p.m.
Chicago 4 13 .235 8½ Minnesota at Wisconsin, 2:30 p.m.
event is for girls and boys ages 2009-2002. Warren Central (boys) at Starkville, 4:30 p.m. Cleveland 2 13 .133 9½ College Scores Rutgers at Michigan State, 3 p.m.
The cost is $30 to register. Go to http://www.mississippisoccer. WESTERN CONFERENCE Kansas State at Iowa State, 6 p.m.
West Lowndes Thanksgiving Classic Southwest Division
EAST
Georgetown 70, Pittsburgh 41 SOUTHWEST
org/Left_Nav/ODP___State_Select/Manage_My_Account_or_Enroll. Baylor at Texas Tech, 11 a.m.
At West Lowndes High W L Pct GB SOUTH
Old Dominion at Rice, Noon
htm to register. Memphis 11 5 .688 — Alabama 76, Clemson 56
French Camp (girls) vs. Caledonia, 1 p.m. New Orleans 10 7 .588 1½ Belmont 45, Middle Tennessee 38 Texas Southern at Prairie View, 1 p.m.
Southern Miss. at UTEP, 2 p.m.
Houston 8 7 .533 2½ Jacksonville 68, Savannah St. 58
Mississippi State Caledonia (boys) vs. Pickens County, 2:15 p.m.
Noxubee County (girls) vs. Aliceville, 3:30 p.m.
San Antonio
Dallas
8 8 .500 3
7 9 .438 4
Northwest Division
Louisiana-Lafayette 68, Jackson St. 61
MVSU 95, Austin Peay 89
North Alabama 68, Alabama St. 42
SMU at Tulsa, 2:30 p.m.
Arkansas State at Texas State, 3 p.m.
North Texas at UTSA, 6 p.m.
Women’s golf team announces signees Noxubee County (boys) vs. Aliceville, 4:45 p.m. W L Pct GB Siena 86, Howard 81
South Alabama 53, Southern U. 49
LSU at Texas A&M, 6:30 p.m.
Oklahoma State at TCU, 7 p.m.
STARKVILLE — Mississippi State women’s golf coach Ginger Portland 11 5 .688 — FAR WEST
Heritage Academy (girls) at West Lowndes, 6 p.m. Oklahoma City 10 6 .625 1 Tennessee Tech 77, W. Carolina 58
Wyoming at New Mexico, 1:30 p.m.
Brown-Lemm announced Monday the signing of Ashley Gilliam, Ally Denver 10 7 .588 1½ Troy 84, ETSU 66
Arizona State at Arizona, 2:30 p.m.
Williams, and Abbey Daniel to the program. Heritage Academy (boys) at West Lowndes, 7:15 p.m. Utah 8 9 .471 3½ UT Martin 108, Christian Brothers 82
Stanford at UCLA, 2:30 p.m.
Minnesota 7 10 .412 4½ Virginia Tech 74, Chattanooga 59
Colorado at California, 6 p.m.
Gilliam, who is Manchester, Tennessee, is ranked 14th in her class
and 30th among all junior players in the world. She was selected as a College Football
Pacific Division
W L Pct GB
MIDWEST
Cleveland St. 67, Illinois St. 63
Michigan 95, Detroit 62
San Jose State at Fresno State, 6 p.m.
Notre Dame at Southern Cal, 7 p.m.
L.A. Clippers 11 5 .688 —
2018 Rolex Junior All-American and 2018 Tennessee All Mid-State. Thursday’s Game Golden State 12 6 .667 — Missouri 59, SIU-Edwardsville 36 Nevada at UNLV, 8:30 p.m.
BYU at Utah, 9 p.m.
Wisconsin 65, IUPUI 64
“Ashley is as good a fit as we would hope to find,” Brown-Lemm Mississippi State at Ole Miss, 6:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers
Sacramento
9 7 .563 2
9 8 .529 2½ SOUTHWEST Utah State at Boise State, 9:15 p.m.
Hawaii at San Diego State, 9:30 p.m.
said. “She is extremely talented, a seasoned competitor and ready to Saturday’s Games Phoenix 3 13 .188 8 Prairie View 105, Arlington Baptist 31
make an immediate impact in our program. She has multiple wins on Sam Houston St. 101, Wiley 63 Southeastern Conference
Southern Miss at UTEP, 2 p.m. Monday’s Games FAR WEST East
every major junior tour and is the best player to come out of the state of Charlotte 117, Boston 112 Denver 83, American U. 54 Conference All Games
Tennessee since Aubree Jones.” Auburn at Alabama, 2:30 p.m. Detroit 113, Cleveland 102
Louisville 74, Boise St. 55 W L PF PA W L PF PA
Loyola Marymount 70, UC Santa Barbara 57 Georgia 7 1 276 151 10 1 436 185
Indiana 121, Utah 94
Williams, who is from Athens, Alabama, is the second-ranked
player in Alabama and a top-100 recruit in the 2019 class. Men’s College Basketball Philadelphia 119, Phoenix 114
L.A. Clippers 127, Atlanta 119
Santa Clara 64, Cal St.-Fullerton 60
Utah 74, Idaho St. 60
Florida 5 3 209 205 8 3 373 231
Kentucky 5 3 146 132 8 3 263 185
“Ally is a competitor to the core,” Brown-Lemm said. “She is super Today’s Games Memphis 98, Dallas 88
Milwaukee 104, Denver 98
The AP Women’s S. Carolina 4 4 230 243 6 4 328 267
Missouri 3 4 209 196 7 4 405 293
dedicated to the game and will make significant strides in our program. Southern Miss vs. North Florida (Cancun, New Orleans 140, San Antonio 126 Top 25 Fared Tennessee 2 5 149 251 5 6 260 297
She has a strong team of support and professionals, so we look forward Sacramento 117, Oklahoma City 113 Monday Vanderbilt 2 5 170 222 5 6 294 288
Mexico), 2 p.m. Today’s Games 1. Notre Dame (3-0) did not play. Next: vs. West
to her playing quickly.” L.A. Clippers at Washington, 6 p.m. Gonzaga, Thursday. Conference All Games
Nicholls at Ole Miss, 6 p.m. Toronto at Orlando, 6 p.m. W L PF PA W L PF PA
Daniel, who is from Covington, Louisiana, has ties to MSU. Her 2. UConn (2-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Alabama 7 0 322 92 11 0 536 144
father, Chuck, played baseball for the Bulldogs, while her mother, Kay, Mississippi University for Women at Brooklyn at Miami, 6:30 p.m.
Portland at New York, 6:30 p.m.
Ole Miss, Thursday.
LSU 5 2 165 129 9 2 309 177
3. Oregon (4-0) did not play. Next: vs. UC
is mentioned numerous times in the Bulldog women’s golf record book. Southern-New Orleans, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday’s Games Riverside, Friday. Texas A&M 4 3 168 179 7 4 342 244
Auburn 3 4 157 145 7 4 318 183
Indiana at Charlotte, 6 p.m. 4. Baylor (4-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Her uncle, John Bond, played quarterback at MSU. Wednesday’s Games New Orleans at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. South Dakota State, Friday. Miss. St. 3 4 119 112 7 4 314 141
Daniel is the top-ranked junior golfer in Louisiana, No. 60 in the New York at Boston, 6:30 p.m. 5. Louisville (3-0) beat Boise State 74-55. Ole Miss 1 6 173 293 5 6 404 399
Mississippi State vs. Saint Mary’s (Las Vegas), Toronto at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. Next: vs. No. 19 Arizona State, Friday. Arkansas 0 7 138 281 2 9 260 379
2019 class, and 149th among junior golfers in the world. Denver at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
“Abbey has earned her spot in our program through hard work and time TBA Detroit at Houston, 7 p.m.
6. Mississippi State (4-0) did not play.
Next: vs. Furman, Wednesday. Thursday’s Game
Mississippi State at Ole Miss, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN)
dedication,” Brown-Lemm said. “Abbey has a strong stature for powerful Southern Miss vs. Opponent TBD (Cancun, L.A. Lakers at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
Phoenix at Chicago, 7 p.m.
7. Maryland (4-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Friday’s Game
Morgan State, Friday.
ball striking and unlimited potential to get it done on the course.” Mexico), time TBA Portland at Milwaukee, 7 p.m. 8. Stanford (3-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Arkansas at Missouri, 1:30 p.m. (WCBI)
Saturday’s Games
n Baseball team will hold winter camps: At Starkville, the Brooklyn at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Florida Gulf Coast, Friday.
Friday’s Game Memphis at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. 9. Oregon State (3-0) did not play. Next:
Georgia Tech at Georgia, 11 a.m.
baseball team will offer a series of camps for youth and high school Sacramento at Utah, 8 p.m. (SEC Network)
Ole Miss vs. Baylor (Destin, Florida), 8:30 p.m. Oklahoma City at Golden State, 9:30 p.m.
vs. Western Kentucky, Thursday. Florida at Florida State, 11 a.m. (WKDH-WTVA)
players. Thursday’s Games
10. Texas (3-0) did not play. Next: vs. Auburn at Alabama, 2:30 p.m. (WCBI)
The first camps will be Jan. 12 and 13, 2019, for players in grades
7-12. The cost for one camp is $150. The cost for both camps is $275.
Women’s College Basketball No games scheduled
Quinnipiac, Friday.
11. Tennessee (3-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Tennessee at Vanderbilt, 3 p.m. (SEC Network)
South Carolina at Clemson, 6 p.m. (ESPN)
Wednesday’s Game Monday’s Men’s Major Clemson, Thursday.
12. Iowa (4-0) did not play. Next: vs. No.
Kentucky at Louisville, 6 p.m. (ESPN2)
Check-in on Jan. 12 will be at 9 a.m. in center field at Dudy Noble Field. LSU at Texas A&M, 6:30 p.m. (SEC Network)
Furman at Mississippi State, 2 p.m. College Scores 25 West Virginia, Friday.
Check-in on Jan. 13 will be at 9 a.m. in the Griffis Boardroom. Checkout EAST 13. South Carolina (2-0) did not play. Football Championship
is at 4 p.m. Thursday’s Game Albany (NY) 79, SUNY-Oneonta 62 Next: vs. ETSU, Thursday.
14. Syracuse (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. Subdivision Playoffs
Boston College 88, Wyoming 76
There will be Youth Skills Camps for players in grades 1-6 on Jan. Ole Miss vs. Connecticut (Virginia Islands), 6:30 p.m. Colgate 76, Binghamton 68 Kansas State, Thursday. First Round
19 and 20, 2019. Check-in will be at 9 a.m. at the Griffis Boardroom. Delaware St. 80, Saint Elizabeth 47 15. N.C. State (4-0) did not play. Next: vs. Saturday’s Games
Friday’s Games Long Beach St. 86, Iona 85 Michigan State, Thursday. Duquesne (8-3) at Towson (7-4), 1 p.m.
Checkout is at 4 p.m. The cost for one camp is $150. The cost for both Oregon St. 74, Penn 58 16. DePaul (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. Elon (6-4) at Wofford (8-3), 1 p.m.
camps is $275. Grambling State at Alabama, 2 p.m. Rider 87, Coppin St. 67 Princeton, Thursday. Stony Brook (7-4) at SE Missouri St. (8-3),
Rutgers 63, E. Michigan 36 1 p.m.
MSU also will hold Half-Day Prospect Camps from 9 a.m. to noon Ole Miss vs. Purdue (Virginia Islands), 4:30 p.m. UMass 92, Ark.-Pine Bluff 60
17. South Florida (4-0) did not play. Next:
vs. Kentucky, Thursday.
Incarnate Word (6-4) at Montana St. (7-4),
and from 1-4 p.m. Jan. 21, 2019, for players in grades 9-12. The cost for 2 p.m.
Mississippi Valley State at Southern Miss, 6 p.m. Utah Valley 72, Hartford 65
SOUTH
18. California (4-0) did not play. Next: vs. Delaware (7-4) at James Madison (8-3), 2 p.m.
each session is $125. Tulane, Friday. San Diego (9-2) at Nicholls St. (8-3), 3 p.m.
College Volleyball
Charleston Southern 98, Trinity Baptist 49 19. Arizona State (2-0) did not play. Next:
Each session is designed to further develop each player’s skills Charlotte 42, Longwood 39 Lamar (7-4) at N. Iowa (6-5), 4 p.m.
vs. No. 5 Louisville, Friday. ETSU (8-3) at Jacksonville St. (8-3), 6:30 p.m.
Clemson 72, Akron 69
and learn new techniques from MSU coach Chris Lemonis and his staff. Wednesday’s Matches E. Kentucky 100, Kennesaw St. 81
20. Texas A&M (2-0) did not play. Next: at
Campers will be put through many of the same drills used by the MSU ETSU 86, Chicago St. 61
Little Rock, Tuesday. Division II Playoffs
Mississippi State at Auburn, 7 p.m. East Carolina 69, Rio Grande 64 21. Missouri (3-0) beat SIU Edwardsville Second Round
coaches. Dudy Noble Field and the Palmeiro Center will be available for Florida St. 93, Canisius 61 59-36. Next: vs. Michigan, Friday. Saturday’s Games
the camps. Camps are set up for any and all players who want to play Texas A&M at Alabama, 7 p.m. Georgia St. 75, St. Bonaventure 65 22. Marquette (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. Slippery Rock (10-2) at New Haven (9-1), TBA
Louisiana-Lafayette 91, Colorado St. 73 UIC, Saturday. Wingate (9-3) at Lenoir-Rhyne (11-1), TBA
at the next level. We will have a pro-style workout and various coaching Friday’s Matches Marshall 95, NC A&T 71 23. Minnesota (3-0) did not play. Next: vs. Hillsdale (10-2) at Notre Dame (Ohio) (11-0),
segments that will be set up throughout the day. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Tuesday. Noon
Mississippi State at Georgia, 6 p.m. North Carolina 101, St. Francis (Pa.) 76
Robert Morris 81, Stetson 72 24. Miami (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. Bowie State (10-1) at Valdosta State (10-0),
Each camper will be required to fill out the Medical/Release Forms South Alabama 79, SE Missouri 58 Nebraska, Friday. Noon
and bring it to registration. UNC-Greensboro 74, Prairie View 66 25. West Virginia (3-0) did not play. Next: Indianapolis (10-1) at Ouachita Baptist (11-0),
VCU 57, Temple 51 vs. No. 12 Iowa, Friday. Noon
Players are asked to bring a hat, shoes, glove, and workout
clothes. on the air Vanderbilt 79, Liberty 70
MIDWEST
Arizona 71, Iowa St. 66
Alabama 76, Clemson 56
CLEMSON (2-2): Bennett 7-13 1-2 15,
Northwest Missouri State (10-2) at Ferris State
(12-0), Noon
Colorado State-Pueblo (11-1) at
Go to https://hailstatecamps.com/baseball/hs-summer-camps.php Minnesota-Mankato (11-0), 1 p.m.
to dowload the required forms. Today Auburn 88, Xavier 79, OT
Bowling Green 81, Hampton 79
Cincinnati 78, W. Michigan 52
Thornton 7-16 0-0 14, Collier 4-8 1-4 9, Ed-
wards 1-7 2-4 4, Westbrook 2-8 4-4 9, Black-
stock 1-3 0-0 2, Clegg 0-3 0-2 0, Cotton 0-3
Texas A&M-Commerce (10-2) at Tarleton State
(11-0), 1 p.m.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL Creighton 94, Boise St. 82 0-0 0, Hosendove 0-3 0-0 0, Purvis 1-5 0-0 2,
Division III Playoffs
Ole Miss 1:30 p.m. — Maui Invitational, consolation
game, Maui, Hawaii, ESPN2
Detroit 91, Loyola (Md.) 63
Georgia 80, Illinois St. 68
Gonzaga 84, Illinois 78
Thomas 0-0 1-2 1, Totals 23-69 9-18 56.
ALABAMA (3-1): Knight 2-3 0-0 4, Walker
5-10 2-2 15, Barber 1-3 0-0 2, Johnson 8-11
Second Round
Saturday’s Games
Logan named SEC Special Teams Player of the Week 3:30 p.m. — Maui Invitational, consolation, Kansas St. 82, Missouri 67
Loyola of Chicago 82, Richmond 66
6-14 24, Wade 5-8 1-2 13, Benjamin 3-6 2-2
10, Copeland 2-5 0-0 4, Craig Cruce 1-3 0-0
Centre (10-1) at Mount Union (11-0), 11 a.m.
Randolph-Macon (9-2) at Muhlenberg (10-1),
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Ole Miss sophomore kicker Luke Logan Maui, Hawaii, ESPN2 N. Iowa 54, Old Dominion 53 3, Abrams 0-5 0-0 0, Berry 0-0 0-0 0, Pelphrey 11 a.m.
RPI (9-1) at Brockport (11-0), 11 a.m.
earned his second Special Teams Player of the Week honor this Nebraska 85, Missouri St. 62 0-0 1-2 1, Worth 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 27-55 12-22
4 p.m. — Legends Classic, third place, Brooklyn, Oakland 91, Defiance 47 76. Johns Hopkins (10-1) at Frostburg State
season, the Southeastern Conference office announced Monday. S. Illinois 83, Howard 69 Clemson 12 14 14 16 —56 (10-0), 11 a.m.
The sophomore from Hattiesburg kicked five field goals, including New York, ESPNU South Dakota 58, UMBC 52 Alabama 17 24 24 11 —76 Berry (10-1) at Mary Hardin-Baylor (11-0), Noon
Whitworth (10-0) at St. John’s (Minn.) (11-0),
the game-tying field goal with 40 seconds remaining to send the game 5 p.m. — Bradley vs SMU, CBS Sports Network Toledo 90, Florida Gulf Coast 62
Tulane 84, S. Dakota St. 80
3-Point Goals—Clemson 1-8 (Collier 0-1,
Edwards 0-1, Westbrook 1-4, Clegg 0-2), Ala- Noon
to overtime at Vanderbilt. Logan hit from 32, 20, 22, 35, and 32 yards 6 p.m. — Northern Illinois at Western Michigan, SOUTHWEST bama 10-19 (Walker 3-6, Barber 0-2, Johnson St. Norbert (10-1) at Wisconsin-Whitewater
(10-0), Noon
Houston 82, Northwestern St. 55 2-3, Wade 2-3, Benjamin 2-2, Craig Cruce 1-2,
in a 36-29 defeat in Nashville, Tennessee. He also was 2-for-2 on extra ESPNU Lamar 105, Arlington Baptist 40 Abrams 0-1). Assists—Clemson 14 (Edwards Bethel (Minn.) (10-1) at North Central (Ill.)
(10-1), Noon
points. 6 p.m. — Nicholls at Ole Miss, SEC Network Oral Roberts 109, Ecclesia 72
Sam Houston St. 75, Jackson St. 60
5), Alabama 19 (Barber 7). Rebounds—Clem-
son 46 (Collier 10), Alabama 37 (Benjamin
n Men’s basketball team will play host to Nicholls: At Oxford, 6:30 p.m. — Legends Classic, championship, Texas Tech 78, Southern Cal 63 8). Total Fouls—Clemson 21, Alabama 15. NAIA Playoffs
Quarterfinals
the men’s basketball team will play host to Nicholls at 6 p.m. Tuesday Brooklyn, New York, ESPN2 Tulsa 88, UALR 78 A—2,147.
Saturday’s Games
UTEP 66, Eastern New Mexico 59
(SEC Network). 7 p.m. — Maui Invitational, semifinal, Maui, FAR WEST The AP Women’s Top 25 St. Xavier (Ill.) (9-3) at Morningside (Iowa)
(12-0), TBA
The Rebels are set to play three games in a span of five days, all Arizona St. 72, Mississippi St. 67 The weekly poll, with first-place votes in
Hawaii, ESPN Duke 90, San Diego St. 64 parentheses, records through Nov. 18, total Dickinson State (N.D.) (9-2) at
part of the Emerald Coast Classic. After Tuesday’s game, Ole Miss will High Point 69, Air Force 62 points based on 25 points for a first-place vote Kansas Wesleyan (12-0), TBA
head to Destin, Florida, for the final two games of the tournament. 7:30 p.m. — Wright State vs Penn State, CBS Idaho St. 115, Bethesda 60 through one point for a 25th-place vote and last Baker (Kan.) (9-2) at Saint Francis (Ind.) (9-2),
11 a.m.
Ole Miss beat Western Michigan to begin the season. That game Sports Network Nevada 90, California Baptist 55
Portland 77, Lewis & Clark 57
week’s ranking:
Rec. Pts Prv Concordia (Mich.) (10-2) at Benedictine (Kan.)
also was an Emerald Coast Classic campus game. 8:30 p.m. — Hall of Fame Classic, championship, St. John’s 82, California 79 1. Notre Dame (31) 3-0 775 1 (11-1), Noon
UC Irvine 65, UTSA 56 2. UConn 2-0 736 2
Ole Miss is coming off an 83-76 loss to Butler on Friday. It was the
Rebels’ first road game of the season.
Kansas City, Missouri, ESPN2
9 p.m. — Maui Invitational, semifinal, Maui,
UCLA 80, Presbyterian 65
Utah St. 80, Saint Mary’s (Cal) 63
3. Oregon
4. Baylor
4-0 705 3
4-0 677 4 Hockey
n Bortles, de Jong move to No. 16 in final fall ITA rankings: At Hawaii, ESPN
Washington St. 84, Cal Poly 70 5. Louisville
6. Mississippi State
2-0 656 5
4-0 604 6
NHL
Tempe, Arizona, Women’s tennis players Alexa Bortles and freshman 9 p.m. — Colorado at San Diego, ESPNU The Associated Press 7. Maryland 4-0 563 9
Monday’s Games
N.Y. Rangers 2, Dallas 1
8. Stanford 3-0 562 7
Isolde de Jong moved to No. 16 in the final fall rankings for the Intercol- 10:30 p.m. — Texas A&M vs Washington, ESPN2 Men’s Top 25 Fared 9. Oregon State 3-0 537 8
Toronto 4, Columbus 2
Buffalo 5, Pittsburgh 4, OT
legiate Tennis Association (ITA). Monday 10. Texas 3-0 490 11
COLLEGE FOOTBALL 1. Duke (4-0) beat San Diego State 11. Tennessee 3-0 469 12 Washington 5, Montreal 4, OT
Bortles and de Jong began the school year ranked No. 31. They re- 90-64. Next: vs. No. 8 Auburn, Tuesday. 12. Iowa 4-0 435 13 Florida 7, Ottawa 5
corded eight wins in the fall, including a 10-7 tiebreaker against reigning 6 p.m. — Northern Illinois at Western Michigan, 2. Kansas (3-0) did not play. Next: vs. 13. South Carolina 2-0 365 10 Nashville 3, Tampa Bay 2
Los Angeles 2, St. Louis 0
national champions Eden Richardson and Jessica Golovin of LSU. ESPNU Marquette, Wednesday.
3. Gonzaga (4-0) beat Illinois 84-78.
14. Syracuse
15. N.C. State
2-0 357 18
4-0 355 17 Calgary 7, Vegas 2
Sophomore Sabina Machalova finished the season at No. 68 NBA Next: vs. Arizona, Tuesday. 16. DePaul 2-0 279 15 Winnipeg 6, Vancouver 3
4. Virginia (3-0) did not play. Next: vs. 17. South Florida 4-0 243 21 Today’s Game
after beginning the fall at 53. Redshirt junior Tereza Janatova, who was 6:30 p.m. — Portland at New York, NBA TV Middle Tennessee, Wednesday. 18. California 4-0 219 23 Edmonton at San Jose, 9:30 p.m.
previously unranked, moved up to No. 112 spot after producing seven NHL 5. Tennessee (3-0) did not play. Next: vs. 19. Arizona State 2-1 165 22 Wednesday’s Games
Louisville, Wednesday. 20. Texas A&M 2-0 143 20 Toronto at Carolina, 6 p.m.
victories in a 10-match slate. 9:30 p.m. — Edmonton at San Jose, NBC Sports 6. Nevada (4-0) beat Cal Baptist 90-55. 21. Missouri 2-0 135 16 N.Y. Islanders at N.Y. Rangers, 6 p.m.
Junior Anna Vrbenska also moved up eight spots to No. 114. Network Next: vs. Tulsa, Thursday. 22. Marquette 2-0 120 19 Dallas at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m.
7. North Carolina (5-0) beat Saint Francis 23. Minnesota 3-0 116 25 Chicago at Washington, 6 p.m.
SOCCER (Pa.) 101-76. Next: vs. Texas, Thursday. 24. Miami 2-0 95 24 Montreal at New Jersey, 6 p.m.
Southern Mississippi 11 a.m. — U-17 Women’s World Cup, 8. Auburn (4-0) beat Xavier 88-79, OT.
Next: vs. No. 1 Duke, Tuesday.
25. West Virginia 3-0 70
Also Receiving Votes: Iowa State 64,

Georgia 48, Northwestern 46, Drake 12, UCLA 8,
Florida at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m.
Philadelphia at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m.
Japan-Mexico, FS2 9. Michigan (5-0) did not play. Next: vs. Boston at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.
Men’s basketball team set for Cancun Challenge 1:30 p.m. — UEFA Nations League, Sweden vs. Chattanooga, Friday.
Boise State 6, Michigan 5, Virginia Tech 5, TCU
3, Green Bay 2, Southern California 2, Duke 1,
Ottawa at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
CANCUN, Mexico — The Southern Mississippi men’s basketball 10. Kentucky (3-1) did not play. Next: vs. St. Louis at Nashville, 7 p.m.
Georgia Tech 1, South Dakota State 1.
team will take on North Florida at 2 p.m. Tuesday in its first game of the Russia, ESPNEWS Winthrop, Wednesday. Vegas at Arizona, 8 p.m.

1:30 p.m. — International Friendly, USA-Italy, FS1
11. Michigan State (3-1) did not play. AP Voting for Winnipeg at Calgary, 9 p.m.
Cancun Challenge. Next: vs. No. 17 UCLA, Thursday. Vancouver at Anaheim, 9 p.m.
Southern Miss will face Jacksonville State or Western Carolina at 2 p.m. — U-17 Women’s World Cup, 12. Kansas State (5-0) beat Missouri Adam Minichino Colorado at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m.
82-67. Next: vs. Lehigh, Saturday. Dispatch sports editor Adam Minichino is Thursday’s Games
11:30 a.m. or at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Finland-Uruguay, FS2 13. Virginia Tech (4-0) did not play. Next: a voter on The Associated Press weekly No games scheduled
vs. Saint Francis (Pa.), Saturday. women’s college basketball poll. Here is his
All games will be streamed on CBS Sports Live’s account, which
are on a paid-subscription basis. Games will also air, per usual, on the Wednesday 14. Florida State (3-0) beat Canisius
93-61. Next: vs. UAB, Thursday.
ballot for this week:
1. Notre Dame Soccer
Southern Miss IMG Sports Network and Gameday app with John Cox COLLEGE BASKETBALL 15. Mississippi State (3-1) lost to Arizona
State 72-67. Next: vs. Utah State, Wednesday.
2. Connecticut
3. Louisville
Major League Playoffs
on the call. Conference Championships
Noon — Winthrop at Kentucky, SEC Network 16. Clemson (4-0) beat Akron 72-69. 4. Oregon Home-and-home
Southern Miss is off to its first 3-0 start in the Doc Sadler era. It 4 p.m. — Maui Invitational, championship, Maui,
Next: vs. Georgia, Tuesday. 5. Stanford Eastern Conference
17. UCLA (4-0) beat Presbyterian 80-65. 6. Mississippi State First leg
has quality wins at SMU (74-64) and Troy (81-66). The Golden Eagles Next: vs. No. 11 Michigan State, Thursday. 7. Baylor
had just three true road wins in the past two seasons. Hawaii, ESPN 18. TCU (3-0) did not play. Next: vs. 8. Maryland
Sunday’s Game
New York at Atlanta, 4 p.m.
n Times announced for women’s basketball team’s games: At 4 p.m. — Louisville vs Tennessee, ESPN2 Lipscomb, Tuesday. 9. Oregon State Second leg
19. LSU (4-0) did not play. Next: vs. 10. Texas Thursday, Nov. 29
Hattiesburg, the women’s basketball team will take on Mississippi Valley 6 p.m. — Marquette vs Kansas, ESPN2 College of Charleston, Thursday. 11. South Carolina Atlanta at New York, 6 p.m.
20. Iowa (4-0) did not play. Next: vs. 12. Tennessee Western Conference
State at 6 p.m. Friday in the second game of the Lady Eagle Thanksgiv- 7 p.m. — Montana State at Arkansas, SEC Alabama State, Wednesday. 13. Iowa First leg
ing Classic. Sam Houston State will take on Troy at 4 p.m. Friday. Network 21. Oregon (3-1) did not play. Next: vs. 14. Syracuse Sunday’s Game
On Saturday, MVSU will take on Troy at 2 p.m. Southern Miss will Green Bay, Tuesday. 15. North Carolina State Sporting Kansas City at Portland, 6:30 p.m.
8 p.m. — Maui Invitational, seventh place, Maui, 22. Buffalo (3-0) did not play. Next: vs. 16. Missouri Second leg
face Sam Houston State at 4 p.m. Dartmouth, Wednesday. 17. Marquette Thursday, Nov. 29
Hawaii, ESPNU 23. Ohio State (4-0) did not play. Next: vs. 18. Georgia Portland at Sporting Kansas City, 8:30 p.m.
10:30 p.m. — Maui Invitational, third place, Samford, Tuesday. 19. Texas A&M
Men’s College Basketball Maui, Hawaii, ESPN2
24. Purdue (4-1) did not play. Next: vs.
Robert Morris, Friday.
20. South Florida
21. DePaul Transactions
Duke still at No. 1 as Villanova tumbles from Top 25 GOLF 25. Wisconsin (3-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Stanford, Wednesday.
22. California
23. West Virginia
Monday’s Moves
BASEBALL
Two of college basketball’s bluebloods remained firmly entrenched 10 p.m. — PGA Tour, ISPS Handa World Cup of 24. Iowa State
atop the AP Top 25 after a week of easy wins, while two more tumbled
Arizona State 72, 25. Miami
COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE — Suspended
Toronto OF Griffin Conine (Vancouver-NWL)
Golf, first round, Australia, TGC No. 15 Mississippi State 67 50 games and N.Y. Yankee RHP Daniel Marten
all the way out after a week filled with defeats.
One of them happens to be the reigning national champion.
Midnight — European Tour Golf, Hong Kong MISSISSIPPI STATE (3-1): Ado 0-1 2-2
2, Holman 9-15 2-2 22, Q.Weatherspoon 5-17
Football (Yankees East-GCL) 25 games for violating the
Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment
While top-ranked Duke and No. 2 Kansas did little to hurt their Open, first round, Hong Kong GC, Fanling, TGC 0-0 12, N.Weatherspoon 4-9 3-4 13, Peters College Schedule Program.
3-12 2-2 10, Feazell 0-1 0-0 0, Perry 0-2 0-0 Today’s Games American League
status as early national title contenders, Villanova and Syracuse slid NBA 0, Carter 1-6 0-0 2, Woodard 3-6 0-0 6. Totals MIDWEST DETROIT TIGERS — Selected the contract of
all the way out of the Top 25 on Monday. The Wildcats lost a rematch 6:30 p.m. — Toronto at Atlanta, Fox Sports Southeast 25-69 9-10 67.
ARIZONA STATE (4-0): Lawrence 9-14
Ball State at Miami University, 6 p.m.
Northern Illinois at Western Michigan, 6 p.m.
RHP Franklin Perez from Lakeland (FSL).
NEW YORK YANKEES — Acquired LHP
of last year’s championship game with Michigan, then lost in overtime 7 p.m. — Los Angeles Lakers at Cleveland, ESPN 1-1 22, Cheatham 4-8 3-4 12, White 0-1 1-2 1, James Paxton from Seattle for LHP Justus
to Furman on Saturday to give coach Jay Wright’s team back-to-back Martin 5-11 6-7 16, Dort 6-17 2-4 17, Mitchell Thursday’s Games Sheffield, RHP Erik Swanson and OF Dom
9:30 p.m. — Oklahoma City at Golden State, ESPN 0-0 0-0 0, Lake 2-4 0-0 4, Cherry 0-3 0-0 0. SOUTH Thompson-Williams.
losses for the first time in five years. Totals 26-58 13-18 72. MVSU at Alabama State, 2 p.m.
The Wildcats had risen to No. 8 last week. They were among those
NHL Halftime—Arizona St. 39-24. 3-Point Mississippi State at Ole Miss, 6:30 p.m.
TAMPA BAY RAYS — Traded RHP Chih-Wei
Hu to Cleveland INF Gionti Turner.
receiving votes this week. The Wildcats are trying to replace key players 6:30 p.m. — Philadelphia at Buffalo, NBC Sports Goals—Mississippi St. 8-30 (N.Weatherspoon
2-2, Holman 2-6, Q.Weatherspoon 2-7, Peters
FAR WEST
Colorado State at Air Force, 2:30 p.m.
National League
CINCINNATI REDS — Named J.R. House
Mikal Bridges, Jalen Brunson, Donte DiVincenzo and Omari Spellman Network 2-8, Feazell 0-1, Perry 0-1, Woodard 0-2, Car-
third base/catching coach and Donnie Ecker
ter 0-3), Arizona St. 7-17 (Lawrence 3-5, Dort Friday’s Games
after last year’s championship run. But while a strong recruiting class is WOMEN’S COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL 3-5, Cheatham 1-2, Cherry 0-2, Martin 0-3). EAST assistant hitting coach.
Fouled Out—N.Weatherspoon. Rebounds— Oklahoma at West Virginia, 7 p.m. MILWAUKEE BREWERS — Named Andy
trying to find its way, the Wildcats are off to a 2-2 start for the first time 5 p.m. — Arkansas at Georgia, SEC Network Mississippi St. 33 (Holman 10), Arizona St. SOUTH Haines hitting coach, Chris Hook pitching
since 1997. They’re also the first national champion to start 2-2 since 6 p.m. — Misosuri at LSU, ESPNU 37 (Dort, Cheatham 9). Assists—Mississippi Houston at Memphis, 11 a.m. coach, Steve Karsay bullpen coach and Scott
UCLA in 1995. St. 16 (Peters 6), Arizona St. 15 (Martin 7). Coastal Carolina at South Alabama, 2 p.m. Barringer trainer.
Total Fouls—Mississippi St. 17, Arizona St. 13. Virginia at Virginia Tech, 2:30 p.m. WASHINGTON NATIONALS — Selected the
— From Special Reports A—2,507 (18,000). UCF at South Florida, 3:15 p.m. contract of RHP James Bourque.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Tuesday, November 20, 2018 3B

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL FOOTBALL: NFL
Johnson helps Crimson Los Angeles outlasts
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East
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Tide defeat Tigers Kansas City in record
Miami 5 5 0 .500 199 256 4-1-0 1-4-0 4-3-0 1-2-0 2-1-0
Buffalo 3 7 0 .300 137 251 1-3-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 1-2-0 1-1-0
N.Y. Jets 3 7 0 .300 208 254 2-3-0 1-4-0 2-5-0 1-2-0 0-3-0
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Monday night showdown
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From Special Reports 11-0 run to take a 41-29 Houston 7 3 0 .700 239 205 3-1-0 4-2-0 5-2-0 2-1-0 2-1-0
halftime lead. Johnson Indianapolis 5 5 0 .500 298 249 3-2-0 2-3-0 4-4-0 1-1-0 2-1-0
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. had 18 points in the first Tennessee 5 5 0 .500 178 189 3-1-0 2-4-0 3-5-0 2-0-0 2-1-0
— Junior Cierra Johnson Jacksonville 3 7 0 .300 176 219 2-4-0 1-3-0 2-5-0 1-2-0 0-3-0
20 minutes. North By GREG BEACHAM
scored a career-high 24 After building a 45-28 ad- W L T Pct PF PA Home Away AFC NFC Div The Associated Press
Rams 54, Chiefs 51
points Monday night to vantage with 8:13 remain- Pittsburgh 7 2 1 .750 299 225 3-2-0 4-0-1 4-2-1 3-0-0 3-1-1
lead the Alabama women’s ing in the third quarter, Baltimore 5 5 0 .500 237 181 3-2-0 2-3-0 5-3-0 0-2-0 2-3-0
LOS ANGELES — going to win the game.
basketball team to a 76-56 Alabama made six-straight Cincinnati 5 5 0 .500 256 312 3-2-0 2-3-0 3-3-0 2-2-0 1-2-0
Cleveland 3 6 1 .350 218 263 3-2-1 0-4-0 2-4-1 1-2-0 1-1-1 Even before the fourth There was times where
victory against Clemson field goals to extend its lead West lead change of the fourth we felt like we were going
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Johnson was 8-for-11 play in the period. Kansas City 9 2 0 .818 404 294 5-0-0 4-2-0 7-1-0 2-1-0 3-0-0
from the 1,001st yard of combined ish them, and there were
In the final quarter, Al- L.A. Chargers 7 3 0 .700 262 209 3-2-0 4-1-0 5-2-0 2-1-0 2-2-0
offense was tallied, the times where it was the
Roundup field and abama grabbed its largest Denver
Oakland
4 6
2 8
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had four lead of the game at 69-42
rebounds
NATIONAL CONFERENCE the Los Angeles Rams we had to claw back into
with 6:49 to play. East it.”
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Patrick Mahomes
Jasmine Walker had 15 classic.
to 33 percent (23-for-69) Washington 6 4 0 .600 197 198 3-3-0 3-1-0 6-2-0 0-2-0 2-0-0
passed for a career-high
points and went 3-for-6 Dallas 5 5 0 .500 203 190 3-1-0 2-4-0 4-3-0 1-2-0 2-1-0 Two powerhouse NFL
shooting, while it shot 49
from 3-point range. Se- Philadelphia 4 6 0 .400 205 231 2-3-0 2-3-0 2-5-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 teams at the peak of their 478 yards with six touch-
percent (27-for-55) from
nior Shaquera Wade had
N.Y. Giants 3 7 0 .300 215 263 1-4-0 2-3-0 2-6-0 1-1-0 0-3-0 brilliance dueled deep down passes in his latest
the field. The Crimson South
13 points, six assists, and into the night at an ecstat- jaw-dropping effort for the
Tide was 10-for-19 (53 per- W L T Pct PF PA Home Away NFC AFC Div
four rebounds. Freshman ic Coliseum, racking up Chiefs (9-2), but he also
cent) from 3-point range. New Orleans 9 1 0 .900 378 239 4-1-0 5-0-0 6-1-0 3-0-0 1-1-0
De’Sha Benjamin had 10 Carolina 6 4 0 .600 260 252 5-0-0 1-4-0 4-3-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 eye-popping numbers that threw two interceptions in
Alabama will play host
points and eight rebounds. Atlanta 4 6 0 .400 263 276 3-3-0 1-3-0 4-3-0 0-3-0 2-1-0 stretched the box score the final 1:18 as the Rams
to Grambling State at 2 Tampa Bay 3 7 0 .300 267 329 2-2-0 1-5-0 2-5-0 1-2-0 1-2-0
“I’m really proud of our and credulity. (10-1) claimed the high-
p.m. Friday at Coleman North
team,” Alabama coach There were 14 touch- est-scoring Monday night
Coliseum. W L T Pct PF PA Home Away NFC AFC Div
Kristy Curry said. “We n Notre Dame tops Chicago 7 3 0 .700 294 195 5-1-0 2-2-0 5-1-0 2-2-0 2-1-0 downs, including three by game ever played.
showed great effort, tre- AP Top 25, South Minnesota 5 4 1 .550 241 229 3-2-0 2-2-1 4-3-1 1-1-0 1-1-1 defensive players. There The highest-scoring
mendous energy, and Carolina drops from top
Green Bay 4 5 1 .450 247 243 4-0-1 0-5-0 2-4-1 2-1-0 1-1-1 were 56 first downs. There game in the league this
Detroit 4 6 0 .400 222 263 3-2-0 1-4-0 2-5-0 2-1-0 1-2-0 were 105 points, with 50 season was an offensive
toughness. That is some- 10: At New York, South West
thing we challenged our Carolina’s run in the top W L T Pct PF PA Home Away NFC AFC Div from each team — the fantasia of ingenious
players with during the 10 is over. L.A. Rams 10 1 0 .909 389 282 6-0-0 4-1-0 6-1-0 4-0-0 4-0-0 first time that’s ever hap- scheming from master-
past two days after coming The Gamecocks fell out Seattle 5 5 0 .500 246 216 2-2-0 3-3-0 4-3-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 pened in an NFL game. mind coaches Andy Reid
Arizona 2 8 0 .200 145 248 1-5-0 1-3-0 2-5-0 0-3-0 2-2-0 In the final moments, and Sean McVay — along
back from our road trip. We of the first 10 teams in the San Francisco 2 8 0 .200 230 266 2-3-0 0-5-0 1-6-0 1-2-0 0-3-0
have got to continue to get AP women’s basketball the Rams did just enough with 21 combined penal-
better, and I thought the poll on Monday after being Thursday, Nov. 15 Thursday’s Games to leave with a win they’ll ties to keep things inter-
Seattle 27, Green Bay 24 Chicago at Detroit, 11:30 a.m. savor for years. esting. The second half
past two days we really fo- ranked that high for the Sunday, Nov. 18 Washington at Dallas, 3:30 p.m.
cused on that and I think past 89 consecutive weeks Dallas 22, Atlanta 19 Atlanta at New Orleans, 7:20 p.m. And if these teams was an extended thriller
it showed tonight. I appre- dating back to Jan. 6, 2014. Indianapolis 38, Tennessee 10 Sunday, Nov. 25 meet again at the Super featuring 59 combined
Detroit 20, Carolina 19 Seattle at Carolina, Noon Bowl in two-and-a-half points.
ciate our crowd and we are It was the third longest ac- N.Y. Giants 38, Tampa Bay 35 New England at N.Y. Jets, Noon
all thankful to be a part of tive streak behind UConn Baltimore 24, Cincinnati 21 Jacksonville at Buffalo, Noon months, the Chiefs will Both teams scratched
the Alabama family and we and Notre Dame. Houston 23, Washington 21 San Francisco at Tampa Bay, Noon remember the sting from out fourth-quarter leads,
Pittsburgh 20, Jacksonville 16 Oakland at Baltimore, Noon
appreciate their support.” South Carolina was Oakland 23, Arizona 21 N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia, Noon coming up just short. only to see them evapo-
Alabama used an 8-0 ranked 13th by the Denver 23, L.A. Chargers 22 Cleveland at Cincinnati, Noon Jared Goff threw a 40- rate. Mahomes hit Tyreek
New Orleans 48, Philadelphia 7 Arizona at L.A. Chargers, 3:05 p.m. yard touchdown pass to Hill with a 73-yard touch-
run to take a 12-10 lead 31-member national me- Chicago 25, Minnesota 20 Pittsburgh at Denver, 3:25 p.m.
with 5 minutes, 14 sec- dia panel after losing to Open: Buffalo, San Francisco, Miami, Miami at Indianapolis, 3:25 p.m. Gerald Everett for the go- down pass just when the
onds to play in the open- then-No. 9 Maryland on New England, Cleveland, N.Y. Jets Green Bay at Minnesota, 7:20 p.m. ahead score with 1 min- Rams appeared to be
Monday’s Game Open: L.A. Rams, Kansas City ute, 49 seconds to play, pulling away early in the
ing quarter. The Crimson Sunday by 24 points. The L.A. Rams 54, Kansas City 51 Monday, Nov. 26
Tide then buckled down Terrapins moved up two Tennessee at Houston, 7:15 p.m. and the Rams outlasted fourth, and Goff replied
defensively and held the spots to No. 7. the Chiefs for a 54-51 vic- with two late TD passes
Tigers scoreless for more Most NFL 400-400-yard Passing Games tory Monday night in a to Everett , a backup tight
The top six teams re-
than six minutes and mained unchanged with Games where opposing QBs threw for Oct. 6, 2013 — Peyton Manning, DEN, 414 showdown that somehow end with 31 career catch-
forced nine turnovers. Al- 400 yards and four TDs in same game surpassed the hype. es before this game.
Notre Dame a unanimous (4) and Tony Romo, DAL, 506 (5); 51-48
(winning QB listed first):
abama led 17-12 after one No. 1 pick. The Irish were Sept. 21, 1986 — Ken O’Brien, NYJ, 479
Nov. 3, 2013 — Tom Brady, NE, 432 (4) and “It was a crazy game, “It was a whirlwind,”
quarter. followed by UConn, Or- Ben Roethlisberger, PIT, 400 (4); 55-31 crazy game,” said Goff, McVay said. “I feel like
(4 TDs) and Dan Marino, MIA, 448 (6);
Oct. 29, 2017 — Russell Wilson, SEA,
With the score tied at egon, Baylor, Louisville 51-45 final who passed for 413 yards I might need a couple
Sept. 4, 1994 — Dan Marino, MIA, 473 452 (4) and Deshaun Watson, HOU, 402
19, Walker and Johnson and Mississippi State. (4); 41-38 and four touchdowns and of beverages to relax to-
(5) and Drew Bledsoe, NE, 421 (4); 39-35
hit back-to-back 3-pointer Stanford, Oregon State Jan. 1, 2012 — Matt Flynn, GB, 480 Nov. 19, 2018 — Jared Goff, L.A. RAMS, even ran for another score. night, but it was great.
to make it 25-19. Alabama and Texas round out the (6) and Matthew Stafford, DET, 520 (5); 413 (4) and Patrick Mahomes, KC, 478 “It seemed like whoever This is what you love so
finished the half on an first 10 teams in the poll. 45-41 (6); 54-51 had the ball at the end was much about the game.”
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Conerly Alabama
Continued from Page 1B Continued from Page 1B
Brown leads the South- season finale against Delta Davey O’Brien and Max- Williams is in the midst
eastern Conference and State. well awards. The O’Brien of a breakout season in his
ranks fourth in the nation For his career, Lamp- is presented to the nation’s first year as a starter. He
with 114.5 receiving yards kin rushed for 1,426 yards top quarterback, while the leads all Tide defensive
per game. He also is first in on 267 carries with seven Maxwell recognizes the linemen with 55 tackles and
the SEC and is seventh in touchdowns. national player of the year paces the squad in tackles
the Football Bowl Subdivi- Players are chosen for in college football. for loss with 15. He also has
sion (FBS) with 7.4 recep- the Conerly Trophy by their The sophomore is the six sacks and a pass break-
tions per game. schools. A combination of highest rated passer in the up and ranks second on the
Brown also was a semi- votes from the C Spire fan nation. He leads all quarter- squad with nine quarter-
finalist for the Biletnikoff voting and a poll of sports backs in ESPN’s Total QBR back hurries.
Award this season and in news media representa- metric at 94.6 (out of 100) Winners of the awards
2017. He is also on the watch tives determine the winner. and his 145.8 NFL passer will be revealed Dec. 6 at
lists for the Maxwell Award Fan voting runs through rating ranks first among all the ESPN Home Depot Col-
and Walter Camp Award. noon on Sunday. Voters Football Bowl Subdivision lege Football Awards Show
Brown was a preseason can cast a ballot up to three (FBS) quarterbacks with in Atlanta.
first-team All-American ac- times per day at www. at least 230 attempts. Ta- Moses was named a fi-
cording to six outlets. cspire.com/Conerly. govailoa leads the nation in nalist for the Dick Butkus Sudoku YESTERDAY’S ANSWER
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pi Community College, pi), Noah Johnson (quarter- for 20 100-yard rushing n In related news, the
rushed for 778 yards and back, Alcorn State), Booker performances in his three Alabama coaches named
six touchdowns in 2018. Chambers (wide receiver/ seasons. Williams anchors Tagovailoa and Jaylen Wad-
He ranked fifth in the Gulf running back, Mississippi the line for an offense that dle on offense, Anfernee
South Conference with 77.8 Valley State), Denarrius is averaging 48.7 points and Jennings and Mack Wilson
rushing yards per game. Noel (linebacker, Belhav- 541.5 yards per game. on defense, and D.J. Lewis
The second-year player en), Patrick Shegog (quar- Redshirt sophomore and Brian Robinson Jr. on
rushed for a career-high terback, Delta State), Chris- Quinnen Williams joins Jo- special teams as players of
126 yards and two touch- tian Jacquemin (kicker/ nah Williams as an Outland the week following a 50-17
downs against Florida Tech punter, Jackson State), and finalist. He also is among victory against The Citadel
(Oct. 6). He carried the ball Chandler Coleman (line- the finalists for the Bednar- on Saturday in a non-confer-
a season-high 25 times for backer, Millsaps) also were ik Award, which is awarded ence game at Bryant-Den-
117 yards and a score in the nominated. to the nation’s top defender. ny Stadium.

Notebook
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“It’s an injury. We play football. That kind of stands on its own mer- at MSU, didn’t have to work on a short week in his time
there, but he has done plenty of it in the past.
People get hurt every day. People it. They don’t need inflammatory
“I was in the MAC (Mid-American Conference) for
get hurt walking the street, step off rhetoric from me to get fired up,” four years,” Moorhead said, referring to the league that
a curb and hurt your ankle. It’s not Moorhead said. “That’s going to often plays weekday games.
something we have to hype up. It’s last for a series or a half of a quarter. Moorhead coached two games on a short week in
football. It’s violent. It is what it is.” Then ultimately you’re going to fall his four years as Fordham’s head coach and won them
both (in 2014 against Lafayette and Bucknell).
The meaning of the game to back on your preparation and your
No. 22 MSU (7-4, 3-4 Southeastern habits. New commit
Conference) has been made clear to “Whether or not I give a pre- A day after MSU secured a commitment from a run-
ning back for its Class of 2019, it secured a commitment
Moorhead. He remembers getting game Knute Rockne fire them up from the third wide receiver in the same class.
off the plane, greetings fans, and speech and put my fist through a Northwest Mississippi Community College’s JaVon-
hearing about the importance of whiteboard, they’ll get fired up for ta Payton committed to MSU on Monday. The four-star
the game that has earned the nick- a second until they get on the bus prospect is ranked as the third-best junior college wide
and then you’ll have to fall back on receiver in the nation, according to 247 Sports.
name “Egg Bowl.” MSU President The 6-foot-2, 180-pounder from Nashville, Tennes-
Mark E. Keenum reiterated the your habits.” see, had 23 catches for 331 yards and two touchdowns
point in a meeting after Moorhead’s Accelerated timeline for the Rangers this season.
introductory news conference. The SEC has a strong history of playing on Thanks- As a freshman, he had had 44 receptions for 509
Moorhead believes the game giving Day. The move means two of its member schools yards and nine touchdowns. He had offers from multiple
having a short week before a rivalry game. schools coming out of Hillsboro (Tenn.) High School, in-
generates its own energy, so he The Big Ten Conference doesn’t have such agree- cluding Ole Miss, Tennessee, and Kentucky.
doesn’t have to fan the flame. ments, so Moorhead, who served as Penn State’s of- Follow Dispatch sports writer Brett Hudson on Twit-
“They’re going to be fired up. fensive coordinator before taking over as head coach ter @Brett_Hudson

Awards
Continued from Page 1B
Saturday at Davis Wade Stadium, and didn’t allow a sack. He an- Past MSU winners of the award
Abram had a career-high 12 tack- chored an offensive line that paved other than Prescott are: include J.J.
les, three-and-a-half for a loss, one- the way for an offense that rushed Johnson (1998), Jerious Norwood
and-a-half sacks, two quarterback for 287 yards. (2005), Anthony Dixon (2009),
hurries, a forced fumble, and a fum- Also Monday, Simmons joined Chris White (2010), and Gabe Jack-
ble recovery. nine others from teams in the state son (2013). ACROSS
1 Lying
Abram is the first MSU player in being recognized for Mississip- The winner will be announced
7 Ocean motion
to record 10 or more tackles and pi’s highest football honor. He will Tuesday, Nov. 27, at the Country
11 Plummer of “Pulp
three-and-a-half tackles for loss in a try to become MSU’s first winner of Club of Jackson. Fiction”
game since All-America linebacker the trophy since Dak Prescott won A combination of votes from 12 Eye part
Benardrick McKinney had a game- it in 2014 and 2015. the C Spire fan voting and a poll of 13 Some limas
high 12 tackles and three-and-a- Simmons leads all SEC defensive sports news media representatives 15 Speedy
half tackles for loss against Ala- linemen with 55 tackles. He is tied determine the winner. Fan vot- 16 Mammal with
bama-Birmingham on Sept. 6, 2014. for fifth in the conference with 12 ing runs through noon on Sunday. flippers
According to Pro Football Focus, 1/2 tackles for loss. He boasts a Voters can cast a ballot up to three 18 Harp’s kin
Abram’s five quarterback pressures 90 overall grade from Pro Football times per day at www.cspire.com/ 21 Swallow sound
were three more than any other Focus, which is fifth in the Football Conerly. 22 Skirt folds
SEC secondary player in week 12. Bowl Subdivision among defensive Tickets are on sale for the Coner- 24 Paris pal
Calhoun was the highest-graded interior linemen. He also owns a ly Trophy banquet at the Hall of 25 Spring month
MSU lineman (86 percent) against 91.7 grade in the running game that Fame office and online at www. 26 Twosome
27 Exotic market
Arkansas. According to Pro Foot- ranks fourth nationally. Simmons msfame.com. Advance tickets are
29 Bankrolls
ball Focus, MSU gained 102 of its has recorded 28 stops and 22 total required. No sales will be available 30 Jack or joker
287 rushing yards to either side of pressures, including 17 hurries ac- at the doors. All proceeds benefit 7 Make ’60s shirts 28 Pinball palace
31 Royal address 8 Lyricist Gershwin 29 Reacts to a sour
Calhoun. cording to PFF. the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame 32 Poultry buy
The honor was the second of Cal- Simmons has 28 tackles for loss and Museum. 9 Big racket note
34 Sweet treat 10 Curvy letter 31 Figure out
houn’s career. in his career, which ranks seventh Follow Dispatch sports writer 40 Like some wines 14 Nanny’s mate 33 Dessert fruit
The Pleasant Grove, Alabama, all-time in MSU history. He also has Brett Hudson on Twitter @Brett_ 41 Broad street 16 Cashew family 34 Sedan or SUV
native registered two knockdowns five sacks in his three seasons. Hudson 42 Took the bus tree 35 Before now

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The Dispatch’s Prep Play- a 14-6 halftime deficit. touch. “We had to keep push- 3 Purr producer
er of the Week. He returned the opening “As a staff, we know ing for the lead and finally 22 Golf goal
4 Catch 23 Urgent call
“When we went to half- kickoff 26 yards and used Brandon Harris can carry got through in the fourth 5 Perfect
time, coach let me know his longest run of the the workload but that can quarter,” said Harris, who 25 Sir’s counterpart
6 Diamond cover
I was going to get the night — a 25-yarder — to be said about all our run- also scored in the sec-
ball in my hands,” Harris set up Kameron Martin’s ning backs,” West Point ond quarter. “Lafayette
said. “He told me to lead 6-yard touchdown run coach Chris Chambless is a very good team, and
this team. We got better early in the third quarter. said. “When their number I know they gave us their
and better as we played Harris continued his is called, they answer it.” best shot.”
through the game. We heroics out of Green Harris scored a 6-yard In the MHSAA Class
have things to clean up by Wave’s “beast-cat” for- touchdown by breaking 5A opening round, Har-
Friday, but it was a bless- mation, which utilizes a two tackles and diving ris rushed 12 times for
ing on Friday night.” direct snap and pulling into the end zone on third- 124 yards and scored two
West Point (12-1), offensive lineman and and-goal with 3 minutes, 8 touchdowns — one on the
the two-time reigning fullbacks to clear space seconds remaining in the ground and one through
MHSAA Class 5A State for the ball-carrier. third quarter. The score the air — in a 55-27 victo-
champion, will continue “(The formation is) set up Jake Chambless’ ry against Canton.
its pursuit of a three-peat beast. That is what I am, two-point conversion pass Through 13 games,
when it plays host to Olive a beast,” Harris said. to Sema’J Harris that tied Harris has 144 carries
Branch at 7 p.m. Friday in “When you see the beast- the game at 20. for 872 yards and 16
West Point. It is the Green cat formation, you are go- In the opening minute touchdowns. He also has
Wave’s fourth-straight ing to see deuce.” of the fourth quarter, Har- completed six passes for
appearance in the North Harris caught snap ris capped a four-play se- 120 yards and two touch-
Half championship game after snap and stayed ries with his 7-yard carry. downs and caught 15
and a rematch of last sea- behind his blockers and He utilized three blockers passes for 133 yards.
son’s North Half champi- shoulder pads to pound to barrel across the goal Against Lafayette,
onship game. the defense. His 11 car- line and give West Point Harris eclipsed the 1,000-
Harris helped the ries after the intermis- its only advantage of the yard mark for his career
WHATZIT ANSWER
Green Wave rally from sion averaged 7 yards per night with 11:20 to go. (1,086). Log cabin
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Tuesday, November 20, 2018 5B

BASEBALL
Yankees acquire Paxton from Mariners; Rivera headlines Hall of Fame ballot
By The Associated Press with right-hander Erik Swanson Roundup leader Mariano Rivera and late Rivera had 652 regular-season
and outfielder Dom Thomp- pitcher Roy Halladay are among saves and 42 in the postseason
NEW YORK — James Paxton son-Williams. ral muscle in 2017, and two-and- 20 new candidates on the Hall during 19 seasons with the New
spent the first two months of the Paxton turned 30 on Nov. 6 a-half weeks with lower back in- of Fame ballot for the Baseball York Yankees that included five
2016 season in the minor leagues and went 11-6 with a 3.76 ERA in flammation this year. Writers’ Association of America, World Series titles. He was 8-1
after an awful spring training 28 starts last season, including a “I continue to try to work to- joined by 15 holdovers headed by with a 0.70 ERA in 32 postseason
caused his demotion. 16-strikeout start against Oak- wards being healthy for an entire Edgar Martinez. series.
When he returned to the ma- land on May 2 and a no-hitter at season,” he said. “All the injuries Left-hander Andy Pettitte and Halladay won Cy Young
jors, he emerged as the Mariners’ Toronto. He struck out 208 and that I’ve had haven’t reoccurred. infielders Todd Helton, Michael Awards with Toronto in 2003
ace, and now the Yankees hope walked 42 in a career-high 160 I’ve learned how to make sure Young, and Miguel Tejada also and Philadelphia in 2010 and
he can bolster a rotation that 1/3 innings. those things don’t happen again are among the newcomers on the was 203-105 with a 3.38 ERA in
contributed to New York’s loss to Paxton is 41-26 in six seasons. through exercise or whatever.” ballot announced Monday. 16 seasons. He pitched a perfect
Boston in the AL Division Series. He has made six trips to the dis- When he went to Triple-A two Steroids-tainted stars Roger game against Florida in 2010 and
New York acquired the 30-year- abled list in the last five years. He years ago, he worked with former Clemens and Barry Bonds each a no-hitter that fall versus Cin-
old left-hander from the rebuild- missed nearly four months with big league pitcher Lance Painter, appear on the ballot for the sev- cinnati in the NL Championship
ing Seattle Mariners on Monday a strained left latissimus dorsi who told him to drop his arm an- enth time. Clemens rose to 57.3 Series opener — only the second
for top prospect Justus Sheffield muscle in 2014, three-and-a-half gle back to three-quarters. When percent in the 2018 ballot but fell postseason no-hitter after Dan
and two other minor leaguers. months with a strained tendon Paxton returned to the Mariners, 75 votes short of the 75 percent Larsen’s perfect game in the 1956
“I think I’ll be a great fit. They in left middle finger in 2015, 10 he studied reading swings with needed, and Bonds was 79 votes World Series. Halladay died pilot-
seem very committed to winning, days with a bruised left elbow pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre Jr. shy at 56.4 percent. Martinez was ing a plane in November 2017.
and so am I,” Paxton said. in 2016,three-and-a-half weeks n Rivera, Halladay top 20 votes short at 70.4 percent, Pettitte was 256-153 with a
New York sent the left-handed with a strained left forearm and a newcomers on Hall of Fame Mike Mussina at 63.5 percent and 3.85 ERA in 15 seasons with the
Sheffield to the Mariners along month with a strained left pecto- ballot: At New York, Career saves Curt Schilling at 51.2 percent. Yankees and Astros.

Comics & Puzzles
DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: may no longer be Because your wife cheated
I have a allowed to be in with Will not once but twice,
nephew who the presence of you are within your rights to
is a Level III sex minors, because insist that she have no more
offender. My mom if he’s caught, he contact with him.
wants him at her might have to go DEAR ABBY: My friend just
house for the back in. died. I receive only Social Secu-
holidays, but none DEAR ABBY: rity disability, and I’m poor. I
of the other family I have been don’t have a suit or dark dress
members plan to married 40 years. pants, just blue jeans and
attend with their Ten years into T-shirts. However, I can afford
kids if he’s there. it, my wife had a dark-colored dress shirt to
ZITS Mom insists an affair with wear to my friend’s funeral. Is
we should forgive her high school this acceptable attire for saying
him and can’t first love, “Will,” goodbye to my friend, or would
understand how that resulted in a it be better to say goodbye on
people can’t child. We raised my own after the funeral? I
forgive him for
Dear Abby the boy as our don’t know his relatives, and
molesting children own. learned of his death only today
in his family. I don’t understand Fast-forward 20 years. She when a family member showed
how my mom thinks it should has had another affair with Will up to collect something I held
be easy for us to forgive, but I and continues to want to stay for him. — SAYING GOODBYE
feel bad for what she’s going in contact with him. She insists DEAR SAYING GOODBYE:
through. She feels like her that she’s in love with me, but I’m sorry you lost your friend.
family is being torn apart. How says she also loves him and If you would like to attend
can I help her understand that “needs him” in her life. the funeral, by all means do.
I see both sides of it? What She will be traveling to her Funerals aren’t supposed to be
GARFIELD should I do? — TORN APART hometown soon and plans fashion runways, so wear what-
DEAR TORN: Go online and to have dinner with him. She ever you feel is respectful and
print out the definition of a Lev- insists there will be no sex and stop worrying about offending
el III or Tier III sex offender so that her heart and mind are anyone’s sensibilities. People
your mother can read it. These in a better place. Must I grin are there to pay respects to
individuals are considered the and bear this or insist on no your friend. No one should be
most dangerous and most contact whatsoever with Will? looking at or judging YOU.
likely to reoffend. While at — OTHER MAN IN CALIFORNIA Dear Abby is written by
some point your relatives may DEAR OTHER MAN: I Abigail Van Buren, also known
be able to forgive your nephew understand why you would be as Jeanne Phillips, and was
for what he did, to ignore it worried. Where her high school founded by her mother, Pauline
could be dangerous for their sweetheart is concerned, your Phillips. Contact Dear Abby
children. Although you didn’t wife appears to lack willpower. at www.DearAbby.com or P.O.
mention the conditions under You do not have to tolerate Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA
which he is out of prison, he anything that is painful for you. 90069.
CANDORVILLE
Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Nov. Your areas of deep sensitivity LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).
20). You enjoy making people and feeling needn’t be quite so Communicating well starts with
happy, but it’s really not your job protected in light of your choice a feeling that you can – that no
to please the world. Drop that to be in environments that one is going to leave or get too
idea, and suddenly a healthier support you fully. So you can let upset if you bring up an uncom-
set of priorities and boundaries your guard down a bit. fortable truth. Your success in
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At first it seems that it’s your What if you knew that your belief to the emotional maturity of all
turn to be happy, and then you in someone was the essential involved.
realize you don’t have to take ingredient that would allow that VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
turns. You get your needs met person to grow into who he or A touch of fantasy can be excel-
on a daily basis. Leo and Virgo she wanted to be? Act as if this lent for relationships, but when
BABY BLUES adore you. Your lucky numbers is so, and you’ll bring magic to fantasy becomes the preferred
are: 8, 4, 44, 48 and 16. your world. mode, the relationship never
ARIES (March 21-April CANCER (June 22-July 22). gets a chance to thrive. Avoid
19). Like most people, you un- To need security is only natural. the dynamic of needing to save
consciously seek out what you Those who’ve had it don’t think or be saved.
believe might heal the wounds about this as much as those LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
of the past. Unlike most people, who’ve been without it. When Extreme independence is an
you wake up midreach to ques- things shake up a little, it’s illusion. People need interaction
tion your own motives. good, but no one wants to live to survive. Don’t be fooled by
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). like every day is an earthquake. someone who seems fine as a
solo act. Even introverts benefit
from fellowship, however awk-
ward it may be.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). Believe your heart. Listen
BEETLE BAILEY to what it tells you. It’s OK
to feel that you’re somehow
lacking, even though the picture
looks about right. This could be
about people being there for
you, but not in the way that you
need.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). It’s safe to move forward.
It still could turn out to be a
prickly arrangement, but you
can handle it, and besides,
there is opportunity in that,
too. Such challenges will build
emotional muscle tone.
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19). Turbulence isn’t passion,
but it might look like it to some-
one who doesn’t know better.
The excitement of conflict
produces similar symptoms, so
it’s a fair mistake, but one you
don’t have time for today.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). Though you may not say
that you approve of yourself,
it shows in your every action
today. You’ve a comfort level, a
confidence, and all you do will
be congruent with your inner
FAMILY CIRCUS drive.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
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and your life will be better for it
as long as you remember that
machines can’t think. Rather,
they make deductions based on
data. Bring your considerable
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Cold-blooded
SOLUTION:
Livingston executed and West along the North
6B Tuesday, November 20, 2018 delivered unto Don O.
Rogers, III, Trustee, for
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line of said Harrison
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the use and benefit of 262.5 feet to an iron
the Citizens National pin; thence South 02
Bank of Meridian, a
deed of trust covering
the real estate herein-
degrees 34 minutes
West, along the West
line of said Harrison
TO PLACE AN AD, CALL 328-2424
after described, which
said deed of trust is
fully recorded in Mort-
property, a distance of
250 feet to an iron pin
on the North line of a OR VISIT CDISPATCH.COM
TRIPLE EXPOSURE!
gage Book 2012 at proposed 30 foot road;
Page 4580 of the land thence South 02 de-
records of Lowndes grees 34 minutes West
County, Mississippi;
and
a distance of 30.0 feet
to the South line of said
proposed road; thence
All ads appear in The Commercial Dispatch,
WHEREAS, the Citizens
National Bank of Meridi-
North 87 degrees 26
minutes West parallel to
The Starkville Dispatch and cdispatch.com!
an, being the present the North line of the
Legal Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 owner and holder
Legal Notices 0010 of the Southwest Quarter of
Legal Notices 0010 Building & Remodeling 1120 General Help Wanted 3200 Business Opportunity 6050 Apts For Rent: Other 7080 Houses For Sale: Northside
indebtedness secured the Northeast Quarter of 8150
SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S IN THE CHANCERY by the aforesaid deed of said Section 19, a dis- CJ'S ROOFING & HOME Accountant Position - HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
NOTICE OF FORECLOS- COURT OF LOWNDES
URE SALE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
trust, appointed the un-
dersigned Aubrey E.
tance of 617.1 feet to
an iron pin on an old
REMODELING. Roofing
(Shingles or Metal) &
Columbus
Responsibilities include
Columbus: 411 Main
St. Office, Retail, Res-
COLEMAN 1706 RIDGE Rd. Like
Nichols as the Substi- fence line; thence Roof Repairs, Concrete A/R, A/P, Payroll, Sales taurant Space available. RENTALS new, 3BR/2BA. New ap-
TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS pl, 22 ac w/ pond,
WHEREAS, on Novem- IN THE MATTER OF THE tuted Trustee by instru- Northerly, along an old Pressure Washing, Car- Tax, Journal Entries, Re- Call 423-333-1124. woods & wildlife. Close
ment dated October 29, fence line, a distance of conciliations, Month/
ber 6, 2006, Samuel
Lance Luckey and
ESTATE OF JOHN
WAYNE SQUIRES, DE- 2018, and duly recor- 1,117.8 feet to an old
pentry & Handyman
Work. Veteran & Senior Year end Closing for 1 BEDROOM to CAFB. Frontage on 2
roads. $249,000.
Tammy Luckey ex- CEASED ded in Book 2018 at fence corner; thence Discounts! 662-397- multiple companies. At- Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 2 BEDROOMS 662-418-8077.
Page 22875 in the of- South 87 degrees 26 tention to detail and ac-
ecuted a certain deed of
trust to Vinh Pham, NO. 2018-0007-C fice of the Chancery minutes East, along an
0800, FREE ESTIMATE.
curacy are required. 2BR/1BA, renovated w/ 3 BEDROOMS
Trustee for the use and Clerk of Lowndes old fence line, and par- Send resumes to Central heat and air, 2622 CANTERBURY-
HOME REPAIRS & CON-
jobs@ new appliances, floor- LEASE, Quiet settled neighbor-

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benefit of Mortgage H. MARIE SQUIRES, AD- County, Mississippi, pri- allel to the North line of STRUCTION WORK
Electronic Registration MINISTRATOR or to the posting and said Southwest Quarter prographicsms.com ing, etc. Available soon. hood just minutes from
Systems, Inc. acting first publication of the of the Northeast Quarter
WANTED. Carpentry, Taking applications DEPOSIT everything. 3 beds/2
small concrete jobs, CONTRACTOR SEEKING now. $450/Mth.
solely as nominee for versus Substituted Trustee’s a distance of 283.9 feet electrical, plumbing, experienced carpenter NO HUD. Call Long & AND baths, many updates.
Very spacious on
BNC Mortgage Inc, a Notice of Sale; and to an iron pin on the roof repairs, pressure
Delaware Corporation, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS South line of a gravel washing and mobile
with lots of experience. Long, 662-328-0770. CREDIT CHECK grounds to be envied.
which deed of trust is of AT LAW OF JOHN WHEREAS, by Order of road; thence South, par- Please call: Minutes from hospital.
home roof coating and 662-570-9464 for info. REDUCED to $135,000.
the United States Bank- allel to the West line of
record in the office of
the Chancery Clerk of
WAYNE SQUIRES, DE-
CEASED ruptcy Court entered on said Military Chapel
underpinning. No job
too small. 549-7031. THE COMMERCIAL Dis- FOX RUN COMPANY LLC 662-329-2323 Call Long & Long @
662-328-0770, 662-
Lowndes, County, state May 24, 2018, in the Subdivision a distance patch is seeking a 1 & 2 BR near hospital.
of Mississippi, in Book RULE 81 SUMMONS BY United States Bank- of 220 feet to an iron $595-645/mo. Military 574-3903.
ruptcy Court for the pin; thence South 87 SUGGS CONSTRUCTION mechanically-minded in- 2411 HWY 45 N
2006, Page 31982; and PUBLICATION Building, remodeling, dividual to work in its discount offered, pet
Northern District of Mis- degrees 26 minutes area, pet friendly, and Lots & Acreage 8600
WHEREAS, Wells Fargo THE STATE OF MISSIS- sissippi under Case No. East parallel to the metal roofing, painting pressroom. Applicants
furnished corporate
COLUMBUS, MS
& all home repairs. must be comfortable
Bank, National Associ- SIPPI 17-14400-JDW, the North line of said South- apartments available. 2.28 +/- Acre Lot.
662-242-3471 working around heavy
ation, as Trustee for automatic stay provi- west Quarter of the ON SITE SECURITY. Commercial Property For 149 Tanyia Lane. Off of
machinery, adhering to
Structured Asset Secur- TO: THE UNKNOWN sions of the United Northeast Quarter a dis- ON SITE MAINTENANCE. Lake Lowndes Road.
Tom Hatcher, LLC tight deadlines and Rent 7100 Has asphalt drive &
ities Corporation Mort- HEIRS OF JOHN WAYNE States Bankruptcy Code tance of 270.0 feet to ON SITE MANAGEMENT.
gage Pass-Through Cer- SQUIRES, DECEASED were lifted in order to al- the initial point of this Custom Construction, must have an eye for 24-HOUR CAMERA parking, 1200 ft. shop
tificates, Series 2007- low the foreclosure sale description, and con- Restoration, Remodel- detail & quality. Flexible SURVEILLANCE.
COMMERCIAL PROPER- w/ living area, septic
BC1, the current holder NOTICE TO of the property de- taining 14.7 acres, ing, Repair, Insurance hours are a must. Email Benji @ 662-386-4446
TIES/Retail/Office tank & water meter. No
claims. 662-364-1769. resume to Spaces starting @
and/or assignee, sub- DEFENDANT(S) scribed herein; and more or less. Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm. $285/mo. Downtown & trailers. $45,000. Call
Licensed & Bonded mfloyd@cdispatch.com
stituted Jauregui & Lind- Sat/Sun by appt only. East Columbus loca- 662-574-0345.
or drop resumes off at
sey, LLC as Trustee by You have been made a WHEREAS, default hav- LESS AND EXCEPT 516 Main St, tions. 662-435-4188.
instrument recorded in Defendant in the suit ing been made in the THEREFROM the follow- Excavating 1300 Columbus, MS 39701. 3.5 Acre Lot. 3 estab-
the Chancery Clerk’s Of- filed in this Court by H. terms and conditions of ing tracts or parcels of No phone calls please. 1, 2, 3 BEDROOM apart- OFFICE SPACE: 2,000 lished trailer lots. Play-
fice on November 5, Marie Squires, Petition- said deeds of trust and land: (1) That certain Clay gravel, fill clay, & ments & townhouses. square feet. 294 ground. Located on
2018 in Book MORT er, seeking to determ- the entire debt secured deed dated November top soil for sale! Easy FULL TIME EMPLOYEE Call for more info. Chubby Dr. Flexible leas- Morgan Lane. Off of
2018, Page 23508; and ine the heirs-at-law of thereby having been de- 4, 1996, and recorded access off 82 East. NEEDED. SOME MECH- 662-328-8254. ing terms. Available Harris Road. Caledonia
John Wayne Squires, clared to be due and in Deed Book 1072 at Can load and deliver. ANICAL KNOWLEDGE, now. 662-328-8254. Schools. $25,000.
WHEREAS, Default hav- Deceased. You are payable in accordance Page 245; and (2) That Stokes Excavation: LIFTING & DELIVERY OF 662-574-0345.
ing been made in the hereby summoned to with the terms thereof, certain deed dated 662-689-0089 EQUIPMENT. APPLY IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
terms and conditions of appear and defend the Citizens National November 22, 1996, PERSON AT HANDY- STUDIO APT for rent. Columbus Office, Retail,
Bank of Meridian as the and recorded in Deed Newly remodeled. FALL SPECIAL
said deed of trust and against the Petition for General Services 1360 MAN RENTALS, INC. ON Restaurant Space avail- 1.95 acre lots.
the entire debt secured Determination of Un- legal holder of said in- Book 1072 at Page HWY. 82 WEST, STARK- $400/mth rent & dep able. Call 662-328-
debtedness, has re- 763. req. Convenient to town Good/bad credit.
thereby having been de- known Heirs of John MUSIC THEORY LES- VILLE. 8655 or 662-574-7879. 10% down, as low as
clared to be due and Wayne Squires filed in quested the under- & CAFB. No hud. No
SONS Noweta's Green Thumb pets. 662-328-2340. $299/mo. Eaton Land.
payable in accordance this action at 9:30 signed Substituted ALSO LESS AND EX- $25 per hour Houses For Rent: Northside
is accepting applica- 662-361-7711
with the terms of said o’clock a.m. on the Trustee to execute the CEPT THEREFROM a Chords, Scales, Modes tions for 2 positions: 7110
deed of trust, Wells 13th day of December, trust and sell the prop- tract or parcel of land ly- & more! Call Jimbo @ delivery personnel &
Fargo Bank, National As- 2018, in the Chancery erty described herein in ing and located in the Apts For Rent: South 7040 Autos For Sale 9150
662-364-1687 general help. Driver BLUECUTT ESTATES:
sociation, as Trustee for Courtroom of the accordance with the Southwest Quarter of If no answer leave must know the area & 3BR/2BA, ch/a, double
terms of said Deeds of the Northeast Quarter of DOWNTOWN 1BR - This 2002 VOLVO S80 T6, 4
Structured Asset Secur- Lowndes County Court- voicemail or text. have good driving his- large 1 bedroom apart- garage, chain link
ities Corporation Mort- house in Columbus, Trust with the sales pro- Section 19, Township door sedan. Good condi-
NEED HOLIDAY HELP? tory. Apply in person @ ment has been recently fenced backyard, newly tion, Michelin radials.
gage Pass-Through Cer- Mississippi, and in case ceeds to be applied to 17 South, Range 17 1325 Main St. remodeled, $115,000.
said indebtedness and West, Lowndes County, Personal Assistant for renovated. It features $3950. CASH ONLY!
tificates, Series 2007- of your failure to ap- M-F, 3-5 & SAT, 9-1. great natural light, hard- 662-352-4776.
BC1, the legal holder of pear and defend, a judg- all expenses incurred as Mississippi, and more hire! SKILLS: Home De- 662-889-8914.
No phone calls. wood floors, tall ceil-
said indebtedness, hav- ment or order may be a result of said default; particularly described as cor; Staging; Shopping;
Driver; Childcare, etc. ings and access to a 3BR/2BA. Fresh paint,
ing requested the under- entered against you and follows: new carpet, ch/a,
signed Substitute Trust- granting the relief re- NOW, THEREFORE, the Dependable, Punctual, Clothing 4330 shared laundry room.
$750 rent and $750 de- fenced yard & appl furn.
ee in said deed of trust, quested in the Petition. undersigned Substi- Commencing at a found & Discreet. Please call
WOMEN DRESSES & posit. Utilities included. 662-251-9696.
will on December 18, tuted Trustee will on the concrete marker loc- 662-352-4460.
women suits for sale, No pets please. Call
2018 offer for sale at You are not required to 28th day of November, ated on the Northeast RETAINER WALL, drive- sizes 12 & 14. $5.00 Peter, 662-574-1561. Houses For Rent: East 7120
public outcry and sell file an answer or other 2018, offer for sale at corner of the Southw- way, foundation, con- each. 662-889-6162. 2015 CHEVROLET Equi-
within legal hours (be- pleading but you may do public outcry to the est Quarter of the North- crete, masonry restora- 3BR/2BA 910 Ruffin nox, tan, 1 owner, 89k
ing between the hours so if you desire. highest bidder for cash east Quarter of Section tion, remodeling, base- Computer Equipment 4390 Apts For Rent: West 7050 Rd. .5 acre lot, window
and will sell within legal 19, Township 17 South, mi, mostly highway.
of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 ment foundation, re- unit a.c. and electric Bluetooth, backup cam-
p.m.), at the main front Issued under my hand hours (being between Range 17 West, pairs, small dump truck APPLE IMAC, 2.0 GHz FOR LEASE: 2BR/1BA, wall heaters. Fridge/
the hours of 11:00 a.m. Lowndes County, Mis- era, cloth seats, 25.8
door of the County and the seal of said hauling (5-6 yd) load & Core Duo computer. Prairie Waters, stove/dishwasher. Front MPG average of life of
Courthouse of Lowndes Court, this the 31st day and 4:00 p.m.) at the sissippi; thence South demolition/lot cleaning. Built-in monitor. 2GB $700/mo, $700 dep. porch. 24x30 shop. vehicle. Clean & excel-
County in Columbus, of October, 2018. Easternmost front door 44 degrees 02 minutes Burr Masonry RAM, Keyboard, mouse, Call 662-328-5556. $650/month, $650 de-
of the Lowndes County 58 seconds West for lent condition.
Mississippi, to the 662-242-0259. printer incl. Great cond. posit. No HUD, no in- Asking $12,195.
highest and best bidder CHANCERY CLERK Courthouse in Colum- 1,129.40 feet to an iron $325. 205-246-8704. side pets. Contact: 662-574-7481.

VIP
for cash the following LOWNDES COUNTY, bus, Mississippi, the pin; thence run South 2519708 or 3292917.
following described 01 degree 17 minutes WORK WANTED:
described property situ- MISSISSIPPI
property located in 47 seconds West for Licensed & Bonded-car- Farm Equipment & Supplies COMMERCIAL VAN For
ated in Lowndes BY: s/Shantrell w.

Rentals
pentry, painting, & de- 4420 Houses For Rent: New Hope
County, Mississippi, to Granderson, D. C. Lowndes County, Mis- 250 feet to an iron pin; Sale: 2005 Ford 150
wit: sissippi, to-wit: thence run South 01 de- molition. Landscaping, 7130 Econo Van. 102k miles.
gutters cleaned, bush 2016 JOHN Deere
Apartments
Publish: gree 17 minutes 47 White. $4,300.
A tract or parcel of land seconds West for 30 hogging, clean-up work, 5100E Tractor, 210 GREAT LOCATION to (662)574-0225.
TRACT 1: 11/06/18
& Houses
lying and located in the feet to an iron pin; pressure washing, mov- hours. $46,500. school, clean, 2BR/
Lot Number Twenty-Two 11/13/18
Southwest Quarter of thence run North 88 de- ing help & furniture Also, 2016 15ft 1BA, a/c, gas heat, w/d
(22) of Myers Estates, 11/20/18 2013 LEXUS GX460.
Lowndes County, Mis- the Northeast Quarter of grees 46 minutes 07 repair. 662-242-3608 Kubota Bush hog avail.
205-329-1790.
1 Bedrooms hook up. No pets, no
HUD. 662-327-2798. 55,700 mi. Exc cond.
sissippi, as shown by
plat recorded in Plat
IN THE CHANCERY
COURT OF LOWNDES
Section 19, Township
17 South Range 17
seconds West for
294.80 feet to an iron Lawn Care / Landscaping 2 Bedroooms Lv msg after 3rd ring, Black exterior, tan interi-
or. Sun roof, heated
Book 3, page 61, in the COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI West, Lowndes County, pin and also being the 1470
WANTED TO BUY! 3000,
3600, 3910, or 3930 3 Bedrooms available for showing.
leather seats. New tires
Chancery Clerk`s Office, Mississippi, and more point of beginning; & brakes. $29,900.
Ford with factory p/s
Lowndes County, Mis- IN THE MATTER OF THE particularly described as
follows:
thence run North 33 de-
grees 11 minutes 19
JESSE & BEVERLY'S that looks/runs good, Furnished & Houses For Rent: South 7140 662-574-1697.
sissippi. ESTATE OF JEAN C. LAWN SERVICE. Mow-
BLAKE DECEASED seconds West for 36.37
and a drawbar pulled
ing, cleanup, landscap- roll-a-bar type hay rake. Unfurnished 2BR/2BA, 2300 sqft,
Campers & RVs 9300
Beginning at the North- feet to an iron pin; ing, sodding, & tree cut- 662-328-5248. very nice w/ 2 car gar-
SUBJECT TO those re-
strictive covenants and CAUSE NO.2018-0228- east corner of said thence run North 33 de- ting. 356-6525. 1, 2, & 3 Baths age, lg back yard. Pets
need approval. $1,050 TOMBIGBEE RV Park,
conditions contained in B Southwest Quarter of grees 11 minutes 19 HAY FOR Sale. Bermud- Lease, Deposit per mo + dep. 662-574- located on Wilkins Wise
deed from Donald F. My- the Northeast Quarter of seconds West for
ers and Sid Myers, Jr. to PHILLIP BLAKE AND Section 19, Township 445.66 feet to an iron
Painting & Papering 1620 agrass sq. Bales, $5,
5'x6' rolls, $50. Limed
& Credit Check 7879 or 662-328-8655. Rd & Waverly Rd. Full
Hookups available.
John B. Dexter and wife, BONNIE BLAKE PETI- 17 South, Range 17 pin; thence run North SULLIVAN'S PAINT & fertilized per soil viceinvestments.com Houses For Rent: Starkville $300/mo. 662-328-

327-8555
Cynthia L. Dexter, dated TIONERS West, Lowndes County, 85 degrees 13 minutes SERVICE sample. 662-435-7889. 8655 or 662-574-7879.
November 5, 1978, Mississippi (a concrete 47 seconds West for Certified in lead 7170
filed for record Novem- NOTICE TO CREDITORS marker); thence North 59.26 feet to an iron removal. Offering spe- Firewood / Fuel 4450
ber 14, 1978 and ap-
pearing of record in
Book 600, page 495, of
Letters of Administra-
tion having been gran-
87 degrees 26 minutes
West along the North
line of said Southwest
pin; thence run South
00 degrees 05 minutes
52 seconds East for
cial prices on interior &
exterior painting, pres- FIREWOOD FOR Sale.
sure washing & sheet Various lengths.
Apts For Rent: Other 7080
2BR/1BA house w/ 2
acres in county. 3 miles
from Strk, 5 miles from
Penny
the land records in the
office of the Chancery
Clerk of Lowndes
ted and issued to the
undersigned upon the
Quarter of the North-
east Quarter a distance
Estate of Jean C. Blake, of 420 feet; thence
401.40 feet to an iron
pin; thence run South
88 degrees 46 minutes
rock repairs.
Free Estimates
Call 435-6528
662-295-2274

Furniture 4480
1BR/1BA in Historic
Downtown Columbus.
$525/mo. No pets.
MSU South Entrance,
W/D, carport. SMALL
dogs ok w/ deposit.
pincher?
County, Mississippi; deceased, by the Chan- South a distance of 07 seconds East for 662-328-8655. Great for grad student
and cery Court of Lowndes 10.0 feet to an iron pin 322.30 feet to an iron Stump Removal 1790 CORINTHIAN LEATHER or professor. Non-
County, Mississippi on at the Northeast corner pin and also being the sofas with dual re- smoking. $700/mo.
SUBJECT, ALSO, to the the 31st day of October, of Lot 7 of Military point of beginning, con- cliners, new, burgundy, 1BR/1BA located in His- Utilities not included.
reservation or ease- 2018. This is to give no- Chapel Subdivision (as taining 1.74 acres lying oxblood. Barely used! 662-617-5601.
tice to all persons hav- recorded in Plat Book 4 in the Southwest toric Downtown Colum-
ments for utility and Purchase price was
ing claims against said at Page 52, on file in Quarter of the North- bus, Open space, very Houses For Rent: Other 7180
drainage installation as $2400. Will sell both for nice. $650/mo. 662-
set forth in said restrict- estate to probate and the Chancery Clerk’s Of- east Quarter of Section $1800 or $900/$1000 328-8655.
ive covenants and as register same with the fice, Lowndes County, 19, Township 17 South, sep. Serious inquires 1 ROOM/1BA, Utilities
shown by said recorded Chancery Clerk of Mississippi); thence Range 17 West, only. H 662-798-4375 Included. $450/mo.
plat. Lowndes County, Mis- North 87 degrees 26 Lowndes County, Mis- One person only. Refs
ALLSTUMP GRINDING or C 662-574-0369. 1BR/1BA Loft in Histor- req. Contact/leave a
TRACT 2:
sissippi within 90 days minutes West along the
from the date of the North line of said Milit-
sissippi. SERVICE
GET 'ER DONE! General Merchandise 4600 ic Downtown Columbus. message for more info: Use and read
Beginning at the South- first publication of this ary Chapel Subdivision Title to the property is 1,200 sqft. Available 662-328-8655.
east corner of Lot 22 of
Myers Estates, a resid-
notice. A failure to pro-
bate and register this
and parallel to the North
line of said Southwest I will sell only such title
We can grind all your
believed to be good, but stumps. Hard to reach BEDROOM SET- Full size 12/1. $700 per month
sleigh bed, dresser w/ 662-328-8655. SMALL COTTAGE:
classifieds
places, blown over
ential community in
Lowndes County, Mis-
claim will forever bar the Quarter of the North-
same. east Quarter a distance
as is vested in me as
Substituted
roots, hillsides, back- mirror, chest, & night-
yards, pastures. Free stand. $700. Cash
1BR/1BA, all appl. incl.
Water, trash, lawn incl. and your
sissippi, as shown by of 450 feet to an iron Trustee.DATED this the in lease. Near Stark-
estimates. You find it, only! 662-570-4341. DOWNTOWN - 522 11th
plat thereof recorded in
Plat Book 3 Page 61 in
This the 9th day of
November, 2018.
pin at the Northwest
corner of Lot 8 of said
2nd day of November,
2018.
we'll grind it! Leave message. Street North - Renov-
ated and ready soon;
ville, Columbus & West
Point. No pets.
dollars will
662-361-8379
the office of the Chan-
cery Clerk of said county
Military Chapel Subdivi-
PHILLIP BLAKE, EXECUT- sion; thence South /s/ Aubrey E. Nichols
FLOORMATS FOR Toyota now taking applications.
Camry, Two sets. $85. 2 beds, 1 bath, Central
$500/mo. $400 dep.
App/refs/lease req. go further.
(said corner being in the OR along the West line of AUBREY E. NICHOLS, Tree Services 1860 Cash only! 662-570- H&A, Updated. 662-242-2923.
Military Chapel Subdivi- Substituted Trustee 4341. Leave msg. $450.00/$450.00.
centerline of a ditch) as
the POINT OF BEGIN- BONNIE BLAKE, EX- sion (a plat thereof re- A&T Tree Service Must have good refer- Mobile Homes for Rent 7250 Five Questions:
NING; thence North 44 ECUTOR corded in Plat Book 4 at Publish: November 6, Bucket truck & stump FULL SIZE mattress set, ences. Call Long &
degrees 47 minutes Page 52, on file in the 13, 20, and 27, 2018 removal. Free est. new, still in plastic. Long, 662-328-0770. 3BR/2BA Trailer, New
Serving Columbus
1 Madonna
East along the East side OF COUNSEL: Chancery Clerk’s Office, $250. Cash Only! 662- Hope school dist.
of said lot for 79.7 feet; Steven C. Wallace, PLLC Lowndes County, Mis- since 1987. Senior 570-4341. Leave msg. $500/mo & $500 dep.
thence South 59 de- 501 7th Street North, sissippi), a distance of citizen disc. Call Alvin @ Call between 10a-7p.
242-0324/241-4447 Sporting Goods 4720 DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA,
grees 38 minutes East Suite 2 220.0 feet to the South- IN THE CHANCERY CH&A, 1 story, W/D, 662-386-4292.
"We'll go out on a limb
2 Tony Dungy
for 34.6 feet; thence Columbus, MS 39703 east corner of Dorlisa R. COURT OF LOWNDES NO TEXT MESSAGES.
South 29 degrees 03 (662) 244-6000 Shouse property (as re- COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI for you!" ED SANDERS Gunsmith historic district, 1 block
Open for season! 9-5, from downtown, $625/
minutes East along the MSB 10763 corded in Deed Book mo. + $625 dep. NO RENT A fully equipped
South side of a public 888 at Page 84 on file IN RE: ESTATE OF VICKERS TREE Tues-Fri & 9-12, Sat. camper w/utilities &
Over 50 years experi- PETS. 662-574-8789.
3 Columbia
road known as Sanders PUBLISH: 11/13, in the Office of the TOTSY FULLER JAMES, SERVICE, LLC cable from $145/wk -
Lane (as built) (20 feet 11/20, & 11/27/2018 Chancery Clerk of DECEASED Tree trimming and re- ence! Repairs, cleaning, Peaceful & Quiet area. $535/month. Colum-
from centerline) for Lowndes County, Mis- moval. Fully insured. refinishing, scopes bus & County School
67.8 feet; thence South The following vehicles sissippi), and the initial MARTY FULLER, GREG Free estimates. mounted & zeroed, locations. 662-242-
handmade knives. FIRST FULL MONTH
4 Elvira
44 degrees 56 minutes have been abandoned point of the property FULLER & RENE’ DUN- Call Curt 662-418-0889 7653 or 601-940-1397.
East along said South at Cole's Wrecker Ser- herein described; GAN, CO-EXECUTORS or 662-549-2902 Located: Hwy 45 Alt, RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed-
side of road for 57 feet; vice, 1207 Gardner thence continue South “A cut above the rest” North of West Point, room Apts/Townhomes. Rooms For Rent 7450
thence South 39 de- Blvd, Columbus, MS along the West line of CAUSE NO. 2018-192 turn right on Yokahama Stove & refrigerator.
Blvd, 8mi & turn left on $335-$600 Monthly.
5 United Ne-
grees 49 minutes West 39702: said Military Chapel Good Things To Eat 2150 WEST POINT:
for 30 feet to the Subdivision a distance NOTICE TO CREDITORS Darracott Rd, will see Credit check & deposit. Room - $120/wk.
sign, 2.5mi ahead shop Coleman Realty,
gro College
centerline of a ditch; 2007 Hyundai of 435.26 feet to the Large Room (priv entr) -
thence North 59 de- VIN# Southwest corner of Lot Notice is hereby given on left. 662-494-6218. 662-329-2323. $150/wk. All furnished

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grees 10 minutes West KMHCN46C47U106375 13 of said Military that all persons having w/ furn, appl, utils &
along said centerline for Chapel Subdivision; claims against the es- Apts For Rent: Other 7080 cable. 662-295-4701.
163 feet to the point of Auction will be held thence South 87 de- tate of TOTSY FULLER
beginning, containing November 28, 2018 @ grees 26 minutes East JAMES, Deceased, are

Cars
0.2 acres, more or less, 9:00 am at Cole's along the South line of required to have the
and lying in the North- Wrecker Service, 1207 said Military Chapel same probated and re-
east Quarter of the Gardner Blvd., Colum- Subdivision a distance gistered by the Clerk of
Southeast Quarter of
Section 8, Township 16
bus, MS 39702. of 354.6 feet to an iron
pin; thence South 02
the Chancery Court of
Lowndes County, Mis- Houses
South, Range 17 West, PUBLISHED: 11/20 & degrees 34 minutes sissippi; that Letters
Furniture
Lots
Lowndes County, Mis- 11/27/2018 West a distance of Testamentary were gran-
sissippi. 181.5 feet to the North- ted to the undersigned,
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI east corner of the MARTY FULLER, GREG

Pets
I will convey only such COUNTY OF LOWNDES Danny Harrison prop- FULLER and RENE’ DUN-
title as vested in me as erty (recorded in Book GAN in the Chancery
Substituted Trustee. SUBSTITUTED TRUST- 784 at Page 54 on file Court of Lowndes

Jauregui & Lindsey, LLC
EE’S NOTICE OF SALE

WHEREAS, heretofore
in the Office of the
Chancery Clerk of
Lowndes County, Mis-
County, Mississippi in
Cause No. 2018 -192
on the 31st day of Octo-
& more...
Substituted Trustee
on the 1st day of sissippi); thence North ber, 2018; that a fail-
Jauregui & Lindsey, LLC March, 2012, H. Ray 87 degrees 26 minutes ure to probate and re-
244 Inverness Center Livingston executed and West along the North
delivered unto Don O. line of said Harrison
gister such claims with
the Clerk of the Chan-
You can find or sell just about
Dr
Ste 200 Rogers, III, Trustee, for property a distance of
the use and benefit of 262.5 feet to an iron
cery Court of Lowndes
County, Mississippi for
anything in The Classifieds.
Birmingham, AL 35242
(205) 970-2233 the Citizens National pin; thence South 02 ninety (90) days will bar
Bank of Meridian, a degrees 34 minutes such claims.
Call us at
662-328-2424
Publication dates: deed of trust covering West, along the West
November 20, 2018, the real estate herein- line of said Harrison Witness my signature
November 27, 2018, after described, which property, a distance of this 2nd day of Novem-GREENS: MUSTARD,
December 4, 2018, said deed of trust is 250 feet to an iron pin ber, 2018. turnips, & collards! All
December 11, 2018 fully recorded in Mort-
gage Book 2012 at
on the North line of a
proposed 30 foot road; S/S MARTY FULLER
you want! 662-356- or email us at classifieds@
6569, 662-251-100, or
Page 4580 of the land
records of Lowndes
thence South 02 de-
grees 34 minutes West
MARTY FULLER 662-304-7993. cdispatch.com to place an ad
Sell idle items County, Mississippi; a distance of 30.0 feet S/S GREG FULLER PEEPLES PECANS in the
with a quick action and to the South line of said GREG FULLER 754 Pecan Drive
classified ad. proposed road; thence Starkville, MS
WHEREAS, the Citizens North 87 degrees 26 S/S RENE’ DUNGAN Custom cracking,
Call 328-2424 National Bank of Meridi- minutes West parallel to RENE’ DUNGAN shelling, & blowing your
to place your an, being the present the North line of the pecans. We also sell
owner and holder of the Southwest Quarter of PUBLISH: 11/6, 11/13, shelled, halved, &
ad today. indebtedness secured the Northeast Quarter of & 11/20/2018 pieces! 662-574-1660.
by the aforesaid deed of said Section 19, a dis-