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Taco Motorcycles, beer and travel
tantrum
leads
to arrest
Man jumped Taco Bell
counter Sunday
DISPATCH STAFF REPORT

A Columbus
man is in custody
after he jumped
the counter at
Taco Bell Sunday
and attempted to
open the restau-
rant’s cash regis-
Gartman
ter.
Officers with
Columbus Police Department
were called to the Taco Bell just
off Highway 45 North a little af-
ter 2 p.m. where they arrested
Brian Key Gartman, 32, of 513
Hildreth Road, in the parking
lot, according to a CPD press
release.
Authorities said Gartman
was under the influence of il-
legal drugs when he entered
the restaurant and jumped
the counter. The press release
said Gartman tried to open the Mary Pollitz/Dispatch Staff

restaurant’s cash register and, Robert LaFrance, of Starkville, stands with his son Aaren’s motorcycle Sunday afternoon. LaFrance has been
repairing and riding motorcycles since he was in college at Clemson University. In his free time, he is usually
when that failed, attempted to woodworking in his garage or brewing beer in his guest bathroom.
follow several employees into a
back office, which was locked.
Multiple customers were in Monday profile

LaFrance always finds something to do
the restaurant at the time of
the incident, including one who
went outside to his vehicle and
retrieved a weapon to help the BY MARY POLLITZ That’s the key. You can actually said staying in one city so long has
employees. The press release mpollitz@cdispatch.com enjoy a ride more, but you do have made him stir crazy, he just spends
said the customer “had some in-

W
to be a lot more cautious.” his vacation time traveling around
teraction with Gartman inside hen Robert LaFrance was LaFrance, 49, is always looking the world. This summer, LaFrance
the restaurant” before Gart- 22, he got a hefty speeding for a project when he’s not working
man went outside where police plans to go to Colorado for a 2,000-
ticket. as the overnight operations manag-
arrested him as he was trying mile motorcycle tour, traveling to
Rather than paying an exorbitant er at Paccar. Since October, he has
to escape. Authorities added amount of money for his car insur- Utah, the Grand Canyon and back
worked with his 19-year-old son, to Colorado. Each year, LaFrance
that while in the patrol vehicle, ance, the Starkville resident, who Aaren, on a wrecked motorcycle
Gartman attempted to kick out was attending Clemson University also picks one big hiking and camp-
Aaren found online.
the rear window of the vehicle. at the time, said it was cheaper to ing trip. This summer, he will check
“It’s a salvage bike, so we rebuilt
No one was injured in the in- buy a motorcycle. That infraction it,” LaFrance said. “I told him I can’t one more state off his list, leaving
cident, and no shots were fired. created a love for both riding and guarantee it would run, because only Vermont and Hawaii unvisited.
Gartman has been charged repairing motorcycles. it was so messed up. But we got “America Hiking Association is
with disorderly conduct at a “I don’t know how many acci- it started for the first time last week- doing trail maintenance,” LaFrance
business, resisting arrest and dents I’ve been in,” LaFrance said. end.” said. “I’m looking at Alaska. It’s go-
possession of methamphet- “I’ve had road rash all the way LaFrance has been in Starkville ing to be nine days and that’s going
amine, according to the press across my side. But it’s the exhila- for the past decade, longer than any to be cool.
release. rating fact that you’re in the open. other city he’s lived in. Though he See LaFrance, 6A
He is currently in Lowndes
County Adult Detention Center.
His bond has not been set.

Haddix named new Oktibbeha County NAACP president
Taylor steps down after six years venile detention center for
about 16 years. She also
Chris Taylor By Alex Holloway ran a program with her
and Yulanda native, assumed the presi-
aholloway@cdispatch.com dent’s position on Thursday husband in Camden, New
Haddix stand
together before after six-year chapter pres- Jersey, that focused on re-
Yulanda Haddix has al- ident Chris Taylor stepped habilitating former gang
the Oktibbeha
County NAACP ways had an eye for com- down from the role. members.
chapter’s meet- munity service. An alumna of Mississip- The Haddixes also
ing last week. Now she’ll take her pas- pi State University, Haddix lived in Atlanta, Georgia,
Taylor is the sion for involvement in the left Starkville for New Jer- for about two years before
former pres- community to a new phase, sey after graduating when returning to Starkville,
ident of the as the newest president of her husband, Michael Had- where she was involved in
county chapter the National Association dix, got drafted by the Phil- community churches and
and Haddix has
stepped into for the Advancement of adelphia Eagles to play in taught parenting classes.
the role as the Colored People’s Oktibbe- the NFL. Being away from Mis-
new president. ha County chapter. While in New Jersey, sissippi offered perspective
Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff Haddix, a Starkville Haddix worked with a ju- See Haddix, 6A

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p.m. at the Columbus Fire & Rescue train- Bureau Board, 4
that start with the letter M.
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Council presents Memphis Jones & The Jan. 15: Lowndes
page 2A.
City Limits from B.B. King’s Blues Club on County Supervi-
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Inside weig Arts Center Omnova Theater, 501 ty Courthouse
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Monday
Say What?
Did you hear? “We were real calm and poised and we knew we were
going to get things done.”
Big Boi, Travis Scott to join New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, whose
team rallied for a 20-14 victory against the Philadel-

Maroon 5 in Super Bowl show phia Eagles in the NFC playoffs on Sunday. Story, 1B.

Numerous acts have turned down the
NFL in support of players who have Congress to face same question:
taken a knee during the national
anthem in protest of racial injustice When will shutdown end?
The Associated Press of racial injustice. Sen. Lindsey Graham
NEW YORK — The
NFL on Sunday ended
Gerald Griggs, vice
president of the Atlanta
chapter of the NAACP, has
is encouraging Trump Trump’s weekend: New Russia
to reopen government
questions, shutdown irritants
months of uncertainty by said the NAACP asked
officially announcing Ma- performers who have
roon 5, Big Boi and Travis
Scott as the performers
signed up to reconsider for several weeks to
their participation. More By DARLENE SUPERVILLE and JONATHAN LEMIRE
at this year’s Super Bowl than 84,000 have signed an continue negotiating The Associated Press
halftime show. online petition urging Ma-
Maroon 5 had been the roon 5 to withdraw from with Democrats over WASHINGTON — It wasn’t the weekend that Presi-
widely reported halftime dent Donald Trump wanted: largely alone at the White
show act since September,
the Super Bowl “until the
league changes their pol-
the border wall House, irked by a pair of startling Russia headlines and
but the NFL didn’t confirm baffled that he’s not getting more credit for staying put
icy and support players’ By DARLENE SUPERVILLE
the band as its headliner during the partial government shutdown.
constitutional right to pro- The Associated Press
until Sunday. The league Trump surprised his aides by deciding, with just a few
said Maroon 5 will be test.”
Billboard reported that WA S H I N G T O N hours’ notice, to call in to Jeanine Pirro’s show on Fox
joined by Big Boi, the At- News on Saturday night to push back against coverage of
Scott, who reportedly — Congress returns
lanta-based rapper from his presidency on multiple fronts, particularly published Trump
signed on in December, to Washington for
Outkast, and Scott. reports about his approach toward Russia.
only agreed to perform if its first full week of
Typically one of the Even then, the president avoided directly answering when Pirro
the NFL made a joint do- legislative business
most fiercely sought gigs asked whether he currently is or has ever worked for Russia. The ques-
nation to an organization since control of the
in music, the Super Bowl tion came after The New York Times reported that law enforcement
fighting for social justice. House reverted to
halftime show has this officials began investigating, in 2017, whether Trump had been work-
With the NFL, Scott made Democrats, but law-
year been the subject of ing on behalf of Russia against U.S. interests. The newspaper said the
a $500,000 donation to Van makers will be con- Graham
boycott and protest. Nu- investigation came after the president’s firing of FBI Director James
Jones’ Dream Corps. fronted with the same lingering
merous acts have turned Comey.
This year’s Super Bowl question: When will the partial
down the NFL in support “I think it’s the most insulting thing I’ve ever been asked,” Trump
will be broadcast from government shutdown end?
of Colin Kaepernick and told Pirro, a personal friend. “I think it’s the most insulting article I’ve
One Republican senator says
other players who have Mercedes-Benz Stadium ever had written, and if you read the article you’ll see that they found
he’s offered President Donald
taken a knee during the in Atlanta by CBS on Feb. absolutely nothing.”
Trump a possible solution, though
national anthem in protest 3. Trump went on to assert that no president has taken a harder stance
it may just be wishful thinking.
Sen. Lindsey Graham is encour- against Russia than he has.
aging Trump to reopen govern- “If you ask the folks in Russia, I’ve been tougher on Russia than
Read to your child. ment for several weeks to continue anybody else, any other ... probably any other president, period, but
negotiating with Democrats over certainly the last three or four presidents,” he said.
the border wall Trump wants to
build on the U.S.-Mexico border. If
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Recreational fishing rules to be Central Mississippi
overhauled under new law officials want to
‘Passage of the Modern Fish Act will boost of the law is that it promises to help
the National Oceanic and Atmo- reopen private prison
our conservation efforts and benefit the local spheric Administration incorporate

economies that depend on recreational fishing’
data from fishermen, which he said
would improve timeliness and accu-
The state closed the Walnut Grove
Sen. Roger Wicker racy. The data help inform fishing
rules and regulations.
Correctional Facility in 2016
The Associated Press in December. Supporters of the new The proposal also encourages re- The Associated Press
rules have said they will boost an gional fishery management councils
The rules that industry that contributes billions to to update policies for some recre- WALNUT GROVE — Officials in a central
govern recreational the economy, though some mem- ational anglers who fish in the Gulf Mississippi town want the state prison system
marine fishing in the bers of the fishing industry felt deep- of Mexico, one of the most popular to reopen a closed private prison there instead of
U.S. will get an over- er rule changes were warranted. bodies of water among sport fisher- spending money to rebuild part of the Mississippi
haul due to a new law The passage is a “big step toward men. The current rules are designed State Penitentiary at Parchman.
passed by Congress, implementing science-based meth- for commercial fishermen and are The state closed the Walnut Grove Correction-
and the country’s mil- ods” and “marks the first substan- difficult for recreational anglers to al Facility in 2016, but the Clarion Ledger reports
lions of anglers and tial update to the federal fisheries follow, Wicker said. There are also the state is still paying $97.4 million in debt asso-
the groups that stake Wicker management system in more than a host of other tweaks designed to ciated with the prison’s construction.
their livelihoods on them hope the a decade,” said Nicole Vasilaros, se- more efficiently manage recreation- Mississippi Department of Corrections Com-
changes will bring better manage- nior vice president of the National al fishing. missioner Pelicia Hall asked lawmakers in Sep-
ment. Marine Manufacturers Association, “Passage of the Modern Fish Act tember for $22 million to rebuild Unit 29, one of
The new standards are part of a boating industry trade group. will boost our conservation efforts the prison units at Parchman.
a suite of changes that proponents The author of the proposal, Mis- and benefit the local economies that But Leake County officials suggest the state
call the Modern Fish Act that were sissippi Republican Sen. Roger depend on recreational fishing,” should instead close Unit 29 and shift some in-
approved by the House and Senate Wicker, said one of the key features Wicker said. mates to a reopened Walnut Grove.
“It’s a fine facility, and it’s just sitting there not
being used and, of all of the (MDOC) facilities,
Parchman is so much older,” said Leake County
Sheriff Greg Waggoner. “Why would we want to
Area arrests spend money on that when this facility is basically
ready to go?”
The following arrests Consultant Clovis Reed said the prison could
were made by Lowndes be readied for reopening for less than $1 million,
County Sheriff’s Office: and that 300 new jobs at Walnut Grove would
n Scott Phillips, 23, boost the area’s economy.
was charged with burglary Hall wrote in an email that she will defer to leg-
of a dwelling house and re- islators on the decision, but said either rebuilding
sisting arrest. Unit 29 or signing a new contract with a private
n Damien Griffin, 27, prison operator would be costly. The state law au-
was charged with domes- Phillips D. Griffin Glenn Bardley May Keys
thorizing Walnut Grove’s construction requires it
tic violence/aggravated as- to be run by a private company.
sault, resisting arrest and Constructed in 1999 as a state-of-the-art youth
disobeying a police officer. facility, the prison opened in March 2001.
n Brodrick Glenn, 26,
was charged with aggra-
vated assault to manifest
extreme indifference to
life.
n Jonathan Bardley, Elliot Lowe Holmes Duke Williams Jefferson Vicksburg military park
29, was charged with
ma nslaughter - c ulpable reopening closed area
negligence and leaving The Associated Press
the scene of accident with
injuries. VICKSBURG — Some parts of Mississippi’s
n Deandre May, 22, Vicksburg National Military Park that had been
was charged with pos- closed by the federal government shutdown are
session of a controlled reopening.
substance and possession Nichols Patton Andrews Logan M. Griffin Fason The National Park Service announced Sunday
with intent to distribute. that areas of the Civil War history park, including
n Darion Keys, 18, was Louisiana Circle and Navy Circle, will be accessi-
charged with sexual bat- ble again to visitors on Monday.
tery. Some visitor services remain open through
n Demarco Elliot, 30, private donations, including the visitor center, the
was charged with pos- USS Cairo Museum and the park tour road.
session with intent to dis- The park service says some services, however,
tribute, possession of a will continue to be limited or unavailable during
controlled substance and Tate Gunn Turner Reed Tillinghast Criddle the shutdown — including ranger talks. The Vicks-
possession of a weapon by burg National Cemetery also remains closed.
a felon.
n Annie Lowe, 59, was
charged with forgery over
$100.
n Tonya Holmes, 42,
was charged with embez-
zlement.
n Lauren Duke, 37, was
charged with embezzle- Wordlaw Isaac Emerson R. Hogan Manning P. Hogan
ment under contract. glary of a residence. of a vehicle. son, 32, was charged with
n Bralan Logan, 22, n Dwauntario Reed, parole violation.
The following arrests was charged with two 28, was charged with pos- n Ralph Hogan, 61, was
were made by the Oktibbe- counts of credit card fraud. session of a weapon by a charged with parole viola-
ha County Sheriff’s Office: n Marquinn Griffin, 54, felon and expired driver’s tion.
n Jason Williams, 44, was charged with grand license.
was charged with a circuit n Jacobie Manning, 27,
larceny. n Mathes Tillinghast, was charged with a bench
court order.
n Larry Fason, 56, was 24, was charged with ma- warrant.
n Brandon Jefferson,
charged with two counts of licious mischief. n Patrick Hogan, 28,
25, was charged with em-
bezzlement. possession of a controlled n Rachel Criddle, 44, was charged with domes-
n Jermaine Nichols, substance. was charged with domes- tic violence.
29, was charged with third n Keveontea Tate, 18, tic violence.
offense DUI and a bench was charged with burglary n Bozie Wordlaw, 28,
warrant. of a vehicle. was charged with aggra-
n Cedra Patton, 38, n Dontae Gunn, 18, vated assault.
was charged with aggra- was charged with burglary n Joe Isaac, 26, was
vated assault. of a vehicle. charged with aggravated
n Shaquille Andrews, n Jacarius Turner, 18, domestic assault.
24, was charged with bur- was charged with burglary n Christopher Emer-
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Pick something you could be good at
If you’re tions this year as they never turn out
not having a well. I don’t think I can narrow my goals
good time, find down to one word but a few words came
something to mind. “Be creative with what you
else that gives have.” That phrase is so much more pal-
you some joy atable than “Don’t buy anything.” What
in life. Penny was I thinking? Being more creative
Marshall- Ac- will be a whole lot more fun.
tress, Direc- Somewhere in there will be the word
tor, Producer “calm.” Though I’m really pretty calm
(1943-2018) on the outside sometimes I stress on
Few things the inside about deadlines, to-do lists,
are so calming Shannon Bardwell tight schedules, grocery shopping,
as sitting in a and so on. When you think about it, all
sun lit room with two cats tightly curled those things I stress about are things I
into a ball by your side. Outside the can ultimately control so I’m stressing
window cedar trees are swaying madly myself. Whether or not I pick up the
and dried oak leaves are swirling. Sam vitamins today or tomorrow is not going
says a northwest wind descended from to kill anybody. Hey, I’m liking this.
Canada bringing with it a cold front. The back-cover blurb of Ruth Haley
Only the day before temperatures Barton’s book “Invitation to Solitude
reached almost 70 degrees and there and Silence” grabbed my attention
was no need for a coat or even a jacket. “[such books are] often written by mys-
Not so on this particularly blustery day. tics who occupy some rarified, ethereal
Though the sun is bright a chill is in realm in which I don’t seem to live…”
the air. How fortunate we are to live in So, I read the book and tried sitting
the South and to receive short reprieves by saying she didn’t commit to doing well-being for both yourself and others. quietly with no agenda. I set my phone
from long, cold winters. A little warmth something or not doing something Perhaps anything that increases one’s alarm for 10 minutes so I wouldn’t
and sunshine go a long way to lift the anymore but in the past few years had well-being could be a wonderful New keep checking the time. For 10 whole
spirits. chosen simply a word. Her word for Year’s resolution- it’s a win-win situa- minutes I sat peacefully not planning
There’s a young blogger living in 2019 is “acceptance.” Accepting of her- tion. I know my not buying anything anything. It was wonderful. I think I
England who has recently moved to the self and accepting of others. Increasing resolution one year did not increase could be really good at this. This is my
“countryside.” Jessica Rose Williams one’s acceptance is not as measurable anyone’s well-being not even for five plan for the new year.
seems wise beyond her years and I thor- as say losing 10 pounds or building your minutes. Shannon Rule Bardwell is a writer,
oughly enjoy her blog post. Recently savings account but I think at year’s end Before reading Jessica, I decided who lives in the Prairie. Her e-mail is
she shared her New Year’s resolution it may be measured by an increase in there would be no New Year’s resolu- msdeltachild@msn.com.

Letter to the editor
LEDs lights in Columbus
Several years ago I was doing some personal re-
search in the Winston County Journal, and ran across
this item in the issue from Feb. 5, 1897. I thought this
might be interesting in light (pun intended) of the
upgrades planned in the street light in Columbus.
Feb 5, 1897 Winston County Journal: Columbus
lighted by electricity — For the first time in her histo-
ry Columbus was lighted by electricity last week, and
simultaneously there flashed from the forty lamps
which had been placed throughout the city light
which cannot be surpassed in brilliancy and quality
by any city in the South.
No mention was made of exactly where the lights
were placed in Columbus. An upgrade almost exactly
122 years after getting electric lights is a wonderful
improvement in quality and cost savings. Columbus is
doing something right.
Cameron Triplett
Brooksville

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Tacos and Trump
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St., No. 16, Starkville. Trump prepared to de- it.) That’s what Trump there were plenty of people in my
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purposes. Letters should be no more than 500 words, nation this last week, I off every gram and or not at all. They’re all dead now,
and guest columns should be 500-700 words. We reserve thought about snacks. grain of drugs coming though. That’s when you become
the right to edit submitted material. I’m an American. If into this country, there a “regular American,” when all
there’s an event, and would be a boom in the foreigners in your family are
that event is televised, drugs you can make dead.
THE STAFF OF THE DISPATCH you have to have at home. The junkies I do a two-hour talk show on
snacks. don’t sneak over the a local radio station, and the
EDITOR/PUBLISHER Matt Garner Kentucky Derby? border every day. They day of the speech, I was tired of
Peter Imes Alex Holloway Mint juleps. Super live here. talking about Donald Trump, so I
Amanda Lien Bowl? Everything is Marc Dion Tacos, I thought. I came home and took a nap on the
PUBLISHER EMERITUS Adam Minichino for the Super Bowl, but should have tacos for couch. When I woke up, I talked
Birney Imes Zach Plair don’t try to do it without chicken the address to the nation. to my wife for a while, and ate
Mary Pollitz wings. Your guests will get mad. No. Tacos, enchiladas, gua- roast beef for dinner.
Slim Smith
ADVERTISING Jan Swoope
The only sport I watch is box- camole and salsa might appeal I hadn’t bought any snacks!
Cynthia Cunningham Scott Walters ing. If I know I’m going to watch to my sense of irony, but I don’t My wife pointed out that we
Kelly Ervin a fight on television, I go out and trust irony, not really. Irony is had cheese in the house, but
Melissa Johnson buy salami and cheese. Then I the sense of humor most popular event-specific snacks have to be
Beth Proffitt MAILROOM
Christina Boyd get some beer. Crackers, too. I among snotty 13-year-old girls bought for the event. They can’t
Mary Jane Runnels
Luther Shields Dalen Cochran get crackers. You don’t want to let and 30-something men who have just be snacks you already own.
Jackie Taylor Anterrrio Davis your attention wander during a never been in a fistfight. It’s weak, So, what did I eat?
Evie Vidrine Joseph Ellis good fight, so I like a snack I can irony is. I like my humor big, I had a can of beer and a
Jeffrey Gore eat in one bite, without taking my crude and American, like a plate cigarette. The cigarette was done
BUSINESS OFFICE Katrina Guyton eyes off the fighters. of chitlins or a border wall. before the speech was over. The
Lindsey Beck Doris Hill So, when Trump decided to For a brief period, I consid- beer lasted a little longer, but not
Debbie Foster Quaylon Jones address the unruly mob that is ered a buffet of foods from all of much longer.
Toma McClanahan
Mary Ann Hardy Kayla Taylor people like you and me, which is America’s despised ethnic and Of course, a can of beer and
Eddie Johnson to say Americans, I started think- religious minorities, which would a cigarette are not “snacks,” not
ing. What kind of snacks should I have included chitlins, bagels and at all, but I’ve decided to call
CIRCULATION PRODUCTION get for the speech? shish kebab. It would not have in- them snacks, which makes them
Michael Floyd William Hudson
Courtney Hendricks William LeJeune “Oxycontin,” a friend of mine cluded pizza or egg rolls. Chinese snacks, which is the shortest
Lisa Oswalt Jamie Morrison suggested, but Oxycontin isn’t a and Italian people stopped being summary of Pres. Donald Trump’s
Deanna Robinson-Pugh Anne Murphy snack, and, if I started start eating seen as dangerous a few decades address to this unruly mob of
Donta Perry them during the Trump speech, I ago, but we “regular Americans” Americans.
Tina Perry might get addicted, and die of an used to be scared to death of both. Marc Dion, a nationally syndi-
NEWS
Isabelle Altman overdose before the next election. Anyway, I was going to watch the cated columnist, is a reporter and
Plenty of people in the town where speech alone, and I didn’t want to columnist for The Herald News, the
I live died of an overdose in the be eating leftover gefilte fish for a daily newspaper of his hometown,
Make Your Voice Heard first few weeks of this year.
The overdoses are gonna
week.
I am definitely a “regular
Fall River, Massachusetts. For
more on Dion, go to go to www.
Write The Dispatch: voice@cdispatch.com
stop when we get The Wall. (I’ve American.” My last name is creators.com.
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Family: Wisconsin teen in ‘good spirits’ post-kidnap, escape
21-year-old suspect expected to be charged, about Jayme’s ordeal since
her abduction in mid-October,
On Sunday, area churchgo-
ers said their prayers were an-
area,” said Larry Leff at St. Pe-
ter’s Catholic Church in nearby
make his first appearance in court Monday although more details could
come Monday when Patterson
swered by Jayme’s safe return.
“We are overjoyed and we
Cameron. “God answered all
our prayers.”
By JEFF BAENEN town of Gordon where she said is expected to be charged and couldn’t be happier. It’s a mir- An intruder blasted open the
The Associated Press she had been imprisoned. She make his first appearance in acle and it’s wonderful,” Mary door of James and Denise Closs’
approached a woman walking a court. Haas told the Minneapolis Star home near Barron with a shot-
The grandfather of a dog and asked for her help. Jayme’s grandfather, Robert Tribune while taking down gun Oct. 15, gunned the couple
13-year-old northwestern Wis- Police officers arrested Naiberg, said Sunday that, con- Christmas decorations after down and made off with Jayme.
consin girl who authorities say 21-year-old Jake Thomas Pat- sidering the circumstances, the Mass at St. Joseph’s Catholic While investigators have
escaped a man who killed her terson minutes later based on teen is holding up . Church in Barron. “We prayed said Patterson’s goal was to kid-
parents and held her captive for Jayme’s description of his ve- “She’s doing exceptionally and prayed and prayed.” nap Jayme, he has no apparent
three months said Sunday she’s hicle. Authorities are holding well for what she went through,” Jayme has been staying with prior connection to the family.
in “exceptionally good spirits.” Patterson on suspicion of kid- Naiberg told The Associated an aunt in Barron since she es- Naiberg told the AP on Satur-
Jayme Closs on Thursday napping and homicide. Press by phone. “She’s in excep- caped. day that Jayme told FBI agents
fled the cabin near the small Little has been revealed tionally good spirits.” “It’s a great day up in our she did not know Patterson.

‘Miracle on the Hudson’ flight Pompeo: US wants accountability
for Khashoggi’s murder
survivors mark decade of thankfulness By MAT THEW LEE
AP Diplomatic Writer
All 155 people aboard survived after the things I was going to
miss,” said Harris, 47, of
“What a view of the
Hudson today,” Sullen- RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — The Trump adminis-
plane collided with a flock of geese Charlotte, North Caroli-
na, where the flight was
berger remarked
Skiles, according to Na-
to tration expects Saudi Arabia to hold “every single
person” responsible for the murder of journalist
and landed in the Hudson River headed. “That fundamen-
tally shifted my priori-
tional Transportation
Safety Board’s report on
Jamal Khashoggi accountable, U.S. Secretary of
State Mike Pompeo said Monday after talks with
By DEEPTI HAJELA calm, steady tone of Capt. ties.” the crash. senior Saudi officials that also focused on Mideast
The Associated Press Chesley “Sully” Sullen- It’s colored his life ever Less than a minute crises and countering threats from Iran.
berger telling everyone since. He decided to spend later, plane and birds col- Pompeo, speaking to reporters at the end of a
NEW YORK — It’s to brace for impact as he more time with his family lided at 3,000 feet. Both trip to Riyadh, said he had raised the Khashog-
been 10 years, but there steered the Airbus A320- and have adventures and engines stopped. Sullen- gi case in his meetings with Saudi King Salman
isn’t anything Tripp Har- 214 into the frigid waters experiences he might oth- berger took the controls and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as well
ris doesn’t remember of the Hudson River on erwise have put off. and told air traffic con- as other human rights concerns, and the fate of
about the cold January Jan. 15, 2009. That day “made me a trollers he couldn’t make women’s rights activists who have been detained
day he cheated death on And, of course, he better father, a better hus- it back to LaGuardia. His in the kingdom.
US Airways flight 1549. knows the happy ending band,” Harris said. choices were a small air- “We spoke about human rights issues here
The jolt when the plane of the “Miracle on the Flight 1549 took off port for private aircraft in Saudi Arabia, women activists,” he said. “We
collided with a flock of Hudson”: All 155 people from LaGuardia a decade in New Jersey — possi- spoke about the accountability and the expecta-
geese and the engines aboard survived. ago Tuesday, with Sullen- bly too far — or the river. tions that we have. The Saudis are friends and
stopped moments after Harris has also never berger’s co-pilot Jeffrey Sullenberger picked the when friends have conversations you tell them
takeoff from New York forgotten what that day Skiles at the controls, water. what your expectations are.”
City’s LaGuardia Airport. taught him about what re- three flight attendants and At 3:31 p.m., the plane “Our expectations have been clear from early
The smoke filling the cab- ally mattered: his wife and 150 passengers aboard. It splashed down, somehow on: every single person who has responsibility for
in. The electric, burning then-2-year-old son. was cold, only about 20 de- stayed in one piece, and the murder of Jamal Khashoggi needs to held ac-
smell. The panic from the “Everything that I grees Fahrenheit, but the began floating fast toward countable,” Pompeo said. He said the Saudis un-
people around him. The could think about was skies were clear. the harbor. derstood and had reiterated pledges to pursue the
case wherever it leads.

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COMMERCIAL DISPATCH member of First United her daughters, Dawn Mrs. Carroll was
OBITUARY POLICY Methodist Church. Gwathney of Caledonia born Nov. 4, 1937, to
Obituaries with basic informa-
In addition to her and Melody Gwathney the late Elisha Beverly
tion including visitation and
service times, are provided
parents, she was pre- of Starkville; sister, and Rose Ella Stanford
free of charge. Extended ceded in death by her Runell Davis of West Parish. She attended
obituaries with a photograph, husband, Fred Moore; Point; brothers, Junior Amory High School
detailed biographical informa- and sisters, Sally Walk- Trulove and Larry and was formerly
tion and other details families er and Clytee Kinard. Trulove, both of Cedar co-owner and book-
may wish to include, are avail- She is survived Bluff; and one grand- keeper of a gravel busi-
able for a fee. Obituaries must
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be submitted through funeral
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Moore of Tupelo and Memorials may member of Providence
body has been donated to Gene Moore of Macon; be made to Riverside Baptist Church and the
science. If the deceased’s sisters, Doris Goodin of Chapel Baptist Church, House of Prayer Baptist
body was donated to science, Macon and Dean Van- P.O. Box 526, West Church.
the family must provide official devender of Louisville; Point, MS 39773 or to In addition to her
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through Friday; no later than 4 Doylestown, PA 18901 COLUMBUS — of Amory and Roger
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a.m. for the Monday edition. Moss, 89, died Jan. 12,
P.O.. Box 162, Macon Loden of Bigbee; 10
Incomplete notices must be re- 2019, at her residence.
MS 39341. grandchildren; and six
ceived no later than 7:30 a.m. Services will be at
great-grandchildren.
for the Monday through Friday 11 a.m. Wednesday
editions. Paid notices must be Carolyn Gwathney at Fairview Baptist
Pallbearers were
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Church with Sammy
the next day Monday through
— Carolyn Trulove Carroll, David Carroll,
Crawford and Tom-
Thursday; and on Friday by 3
Gwathney, 67, died Jan. Drake Carroll, Luke
p.m. for Sunday and Monday my Gillon officiating.
12, 2019, at Sanctu- Loden, Jayden Fooshee,
publication. For more informa- Burial will follow at Clint Parish and Torrey
tion, call 662-328-2471. ary Hospice House in Lena Cemetery. Visi-
Tupelo. Joyner.
tation will be one hour Memorials may be
A Celebration of Life
William Darnell service will be at 2 p.m.
prior to services at the made to the House of
COLUMBUS — Wil- church. Lowndes Fu- Prayer Building Fund,
Wednesday at Calvert neral Home is in charge
liam Dale Darnell, 87, 30344 Bigbee Road,
Funeral Home Chapel of arrangements.
died Jan. 13, 2019, at his with the Rev. Jim Sallee Amory, MS 38821.
residence. officiating. Burial will
Arrangements are follow at Cedar Bluff
Patricia Redmond
incomplete and will be Cumberland Pres- COLUMBUS — Pa-
announced by Lowndes byterian Cemetery. tricia Ann Redmond,
Funeral Home. Visitation will be one 80, died Jan. 12, 2019, at
hour prior to services Vineyard Court Nurs-
Katherine Moore at the funeral home. ing Center.
MACON — Kath- Calvert Funeral Home Arrangements are
erine Higginbotham is in charge of arrange- incomplete and will be
Moore, 90, died Jan. ments. announced by Lowndes
12, 2019, at Noxubee Mrs. Gwathney was Funeral Home.
General Hospital. born Dec. 29, 1951, in
Services will be Mantachie, to the late Verna Carroll
at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Horace Cortez and AMORY — Ver-
First United Methodist Retha Earline Maxcy na Mae Ruth Parish
Church. Burial will Trulove. She was for- Carroll, 91, died Jan.
follow at Moore Cem- merly co-owner, oper- 11, 2019, at Oak Tree
etery. Visitation will ator and bookkeeper Plantation.
be one hour prior to with Wayne Construc- Services were at 3
services at the church. tion Company. She was p.m. Sunday at Cleve-
Cockrell Funeral Home a member of Riverside land-Moffett Funeral
is in charge of arrange- Chapel Baptist Church. Home with James
ments. In addition to her Gillentine and Ray Car-
Mrs. Moore was parents, she was pre- roll officiating. Burial
born Sept. 4, 1928, in ceded in death by her followed at Amory
Gholson, to the late husband, John Wayne Historical Cemetery.
Albert and Kay But- Gwathney; sisters, Shir- Visitation was from 5-8
ler Higginbotham. ley Johnston, Kathleen p.m. Saturday at the
She was a graduate of Vukivich and Margie funeral home. Cleve-
Shuqualak School and Hatfield; and brother, land-Moffett Funeral
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was formerly employed Gary Trulove. Home was in charge of
with Cal-Jac. She was a She is survived by arrangements.
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Education
Lowndes Young leaders

Courtesy photo
State Sen. Chuck Younger visited with Lowndes Young Leaders at the Mississippi Capitol during their tour of the
building and legislative learning session on Tuesday. Pictured from bottom left are: Hanna Hardy, Sarah Austyn
Curtis, Kate McElhinney, Gracie Rowland, Hayley Gilmer and Dakiriyah Doss. Second row: Emma Hardy. Third
row: Luke Baumann, Liam Sanders, William Laws, Emma Easterling, Grayce Pennington and Amber Jones. Fourth
row: Nicholas Hairston, Lunden Hamilton, Henry Sanders, Emma Kate Griffin, Emily Shepherd and Audrey Fore-
man. Fifth row: Lily Barlow, Cayden Harding and chaperone Rebecca Swain. Top row: Eason Black of the Colum-
bus-Lowndes Chamber of Commerce, Sen. Younger and chaperone Penny Bowen.

■ The Dispatch’s education page appears on Mondays. Submissions must come from school personnel and include
all pertinent information, including names of everyone featured in a photograph, left to right. Submissions can
be emailed to education@cdispatch.com. Time-sensitive submissions will have top priority and The Dispatch will
publish the rest as space permits.

Haddix
Continued from Page 1A
on the struggles some to continue seeing the We can tackle them as a politicians and elected of-
people can face, Haddix NA ACP take a leading group.” ficials know that they are
said. role in community affairs. being watched, for mon-
“Being raised in Mis- She said she’s particular- ‘She’s going to be great’ ey and for personnel,”
sissippi and leaving here ly concerned about a plan Taylor, who spoke to he said. “It’s equal rights
and going to live in New to potentially relocate The Dispatch about his and justice for all, not just
Jersey, and living a totally Pecan Acres — a federal- decision to step down, black — white, lesbians,
different lifestyle, you can ly-subsidized low-income said he felt it was time gay — for everyone.”
see the disparity between housing development — for a change after three He added he thinks
communities,” Haddix from its current location two-year terms. A 31-year Haddix’s experiences in
said. “I’ve always worked on Highway 12 to High- veteran of the U.S. Army, New Jersey will aid her in
with disadvantaged peo- way 182. The swap is be- Taylor said he models her new position
ple. I see, as far as the job ing considered to make his decisions on when to “She and her husband
market and academically, way for new commercial move on from something really want to give back,”
people just don’t have the developments. after the military. he said. “I think they’re
tools to have a lifestyle to “I’m concerned about “I said after six years, going to be a great team
sustain their families. that,” she said. “I want you can feel like you’ve because her husband is
“When I got here, to make sure that when made a great difference,” really involved in some of
I said, ‘Now how can I we see there’s a situation Taylor said. “In the mil- everything in the commu-
make an impact?’” she going on that really needs itary, every four or five nity.
added. “We’re in a posi- to be addressed and peo- years, you’re moving. I “With him and her, I
tion where we can make ple don’t have a voice — applied the same concept think they’ll go farther,”
some changes.” we want everyone to say to this.” Taylor added, “because
Haddix, a longtime that’s a concern. It’s not Taylor said he’s been now you have a husband
member of the NA ACP, my community concern involved with the NA ACP and wife team. Before,
said she knew the organi- — it’s our entire commu- “forever” but got particu-
zation could be a powerful nity concern.” you just had a me team.”
larly active after retiring
change agent in the com- She said she also hopes Taylor will continue to
from the Army and re-
munity and got involved to collaborate more with serve with the NA ACP,
turning to Starkville in
with the local chapter neighboring chapters, es- as the chair for political
2006.
after her return, and has pecially those in Lowndes Taylor said he’s proud action and community in-
served as the chair of and Noxubee counties of the changes the Oktib- volvement.
education and workforce and the student chapter at beha County chapter has Haddix said she plans
development for the orga- MSU — all of which have seen during his terms, to lean on him for support
nization. Since returning, female presidents. including a steady growth as she adjusts to her new
she’s also been involved “Our goal is to col- in membership and diver- role.
with the Boys and Girls laborate and really try sity. He said he was like- “I told him that the
Club, Golden Triangle In- to make an impact,” she wise proud of the work first year, he will be my
divisible and the Greater said. “We’re making an the chapter has done to mentor,” Haddix said.
Starkville Development impact as far as our indi- support inclusivity in “Chris knows everybody.
Partnership. She works vidual communities, but Starkville, such as sup- He’s going to be really
as a workforce trainer at we want to make sure porting Starkville Pride’s vital for getting to know
East Mississippi Commu- we really get this Golden pride parade last spring. people I don’t know and
nity College. Triangle thing together “Just continue to be getting into doors I can’t
Haddix said she hopes and see our needs met. out front and let the local get into.”

LaFrance
Continued from Page 1A
“I pick one big back- looking for another ad- has never ceased. joy seeing new things and
packing trip and off I venture to take. LaFrance “My father was mili- doing different things.
go,” he added. “I’ll do said he was bit by the trav- tary, so I’ve always grown It’s the culture and the
trail-maintenance. You’re eling bug when he was up all over the world.” environment, it’s all just
clearing stumps and a child, and that passion LaFrance said. “I just en- really cool.”
repairing trails where
they’ve been washed out
and of course the scenery
is going to be just awe-
some.”
Since LaFrance works
the evening shift, he
said he wakes up every
morning looking for a
project. A jack of trades,
he spends his free time
woodworking, brewing
his own beer in his guest
bathroom, tending to his
dogs Thor and Loki or

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WOMEN’S COLLEGE
B
SECTION

BASKETBALL

No. 7 MSU will try
to extend winning
streak in SEC play
By Adam Minichino
aminichino@cdispatch.com

STARKVILLE — Vic Schaefer and the
Mississippi State women’s basketball team don’t
want to become “spoiled.”
Sometimes it’s hard to avoid that pitfall when
you have won 19-straight regular-season games
in the Southeastern Conference. It also can be
a challenge to demand more from some of your
players, especially center Teaira McCowan, who
continues to be a double-double machine in her
senior season.
But that’s the situation Schaefer and the reign-
ing SEC regular-season champion Bulldogs find
themselves in following back-to-back appearanc-
es in the national title game. After fighting off
a pair of tests from then-No. 16 Kentucky and
Georgia, MSU will look to remain undefeated in
the SEC when it takes on Auburn at 6 p.m. Mon-
day (SEC Network) at Auburn Arena.
“It has just come to be expected, yet (McCow-
an) knows, I know, we can find areas that we
need to work on and improve on,” Schaefer said.
“We just need to come to appreciate the things
that are going on in women’s basketball. These
kids continue to carry it on.”
Schaefer said Friday he had a difficult time
sleeping after his team’s 80-71 victory against
Georgia on Thursday at Humphrey Coliseum.
He said he wasn’t happy with his team’s defense
on a night Georgia shot better than 60 percent
from the field for most of the game and led mid-
way through the fourth quarter. Schaefer said
Chuck Cook/USA TODAY Sports
he will continue to hold himself and his players
New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram (22) runs against Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Cre’von LeBlanc to a high standard. He reiterated that a lack of
(34) on Sunday in the fourth quarter of a NFC Divisional playoff football game at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. skill won’t prevent the 2018-19 team from achiev-
ing its goals, and said the “intangibles” will be

Saints MARCH TO NFC TITLE GAME
MSU’s biggest hurdle, and that the Bulldogs con-
tinue to fight “battles” every day.
See MSU, 3B

By BARRY WILNER
Saints 20, Eagles 14 for the Saints, who last got this far Game 17
The Associated Press in 2009, when they won the Super n At Auburn, 6 p.m. Monday (SEC Network;
Bowl. WKBB-FM 100.9, WFCA-FM 107.9).
NEW ORLEANS — When the remaining. A couple dozen Saints
Philadelphia (10-8) won’t repeat
New Orleans Saints finally found players surged off the sideline to-
their rhythm, they marched one ward the end zone in celebration,
as NFL champion; no team has Inside
done so since the 2004 Patriots. n MORE COLLEGE BASKETBALL: The South Carolina
step closer to the Super Bowl. while Jeffery fell face-first to the
“We were going down to win, men beat Missouri to stay perfect in the
Using a dominant ball-control of- turf in agony.
“We were real calm and poised but I just felt like we beat ourselves, Southeastern Conference. The Georgia women beat
fense and a few gambles that paid No. 13 Tennessee. Page 3B
off, the Saints got two touchdown and we knew we were going to get honestly,” Jeffery said. “Hats off to
passes from Drew Brees and two things done,” Brees said. those guys.”
interceptions from Marcus Latti-
more in a 20-14 victory against the
Philadelphia Eagles.
New Orleans (14-3) will play host
to the NFC title game next week
against the Rams (13-4). Los An-
Eagles coach Doug Pederson
thought his team was on its way on
that final drive to pulling off anoth-
er stunning comeback win
Ole Miss earns first
league win in upset
Brees took the Saints on scor- geles, which fell 45-35 at the Super-
ing drives of 92, 79, and 67 yards dome in November, will try again “It just felt like the momentum at
after falling behind 14-0. Lattimore next week, with the winner going that point was in our favor,” he said.
clinched it when Nick Foles’ pass to the Super Bowl. The Saints’ win “It’s been that way all season, and
from the Saints 27 deflected off usu-
ally sure-handed receiver Alshon
Jeffery with about two minutes
finished off a sweep of the division-
al round by teams coming off byes.
Wil Lutz added two field goals
we felt like that sort of magic was
going to continue.”
See SAINTS, 3B
of No. 16 Kentucky
From Staff and Wire Reports

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Crystal Allen had 26 of

Brady continues mastery of Rivers, San Diego her 28 points in the second half Sunday to lead
the Ole Miss women’s basketball team to a 55-49
victory against No. 16 Kentucky in a Southeast-
ern Conference game at Memorial Gymnasium.
By KYLE HIGHTOWER
The Associated Press
La’Karis Salter added 12 points and 10
rebounds for Ole Miss (7-11,
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. 1-3 SEC), which gave coach SEC Women’s
— Tom Brady recognizes Yolett McPhee-McCuin her Roundup
that there are some who first career SEC win.
believe the Patriots are The win was Ole Miss’ first
nearing the end of their run at Kentucky since 2007 (Jan. 14, 2007; 67-65, OT)
of unprecedented playoff and their first ranked win on the road since 2011 (at
success. No. 23 Arkansas, Jan. 23, 2011; 69-65).
New England took its Freshman Rhyne Howard led Kentucky (15-3,
first step toward possibly 2-2) with 20 points. The Wildcats played without
silencing those voices for a leading scorer and senior guard Maci Morris,
little longer. who was a last-minute scratch due to illness. Se-
Sony Michel ran for 129 nior point guard Taylor Murray played 35 min-
yards utes after suffering a bruised left knee on a hard
Patriots 41, a n d foul late in the second quarter Thursday at Ten-
nessee. She missed all eight of her shots and had
Chargers 28 ht h ra e de two points.
touch - Ole Miss outscored the Wildcats 23-13 in the
downs and the Patriots beat fourth quarter, taking the lead for good with a
the Los Angeles Chargers 6-0 run, capped by Salter’s tip-in that made it 48-
41-28 in the divisional play- 44 with 2 minutes, 3 seconds to play. Kentucky
offs on Sunday to earn their made two of its last 10 shots from the field and
eighth-straight trip to the Greg M. Cooper/USA TODAY Sports went 5-for-17 with four turnovers in the fourth
AFC championship game. New England Patriots running back Rex Burkhead (34) runs against Los Angeles quarter.
New England (12-5) will Chargers linebacker Uchenna Nwosu (42) on Sunday in the third quarter in an AFC “I’m really happy for the team,” McPhee-Mc-
play at Kansas City in next Divisional playoff football game at Gillette Stadium. Cuin said. “My message to them after the LSU
week’s AFC title game. The game was: ladies, there will come a time, and I
Patriots beat the Chiefs 43- rematch with the Chiefs. season. as a starter against Rivers, don’t know if it will be Sunday, where we will beat
40 in Foxborough in Week “They’re a good team. We Philip Rivers was 25- who drops to 1-8 against the team that nobody expects us to beat. In order
6. The Patriots finished 9-0 played them earlier this for-51 for 331 yards, three New England all-time. to do that, we will need everybody. And as the
at home this season. year. I know everybody touchdowns and an inter- game was going on, in the huddles I kept saying
For Rivers, seeing
It is the 13th conference thinks we suck and, you ception. He is 0-5 in games there will come a time. And today was our time.”
Brady again pick apart the Ole Miss forced 19 turnovers and held Ken-
championship game ap- know, we can’t win any played in Foxborough, in-
pearance by the Patriots Chargers defense was an- tucky to 17-for-64 shooting (26.6 percent) from
games, so we’ll see. It’ll be cluding 0-3 in the postsea-
during the Tom Brady-Bill fun.” son. other reminder that he was the field.
Belichick era. The Chargers (13-5) Brady was 34-for-44 competing against one of “Kentucky is a great team,” McPhee-McCuin
“It’s going to be a good haven’t reached the AFC for 343 yards and a touch- the best quarterbacks in said. “I don’t think one game in the SEC should
game,” Brady said of the title game since the 2007 down. He improves to 8-0 See PATRIOTS, 3B See SEC WOMEN, 3B
2B Monday, January 14, 2019 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

briefly CALENDAR Basketball Golf
NBA PGA Tour Sony Open
Mississippi University for Women Prep Basketball
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB
Sunday
At Waialae CC, Honolulu
Purse: $6.4 million / Yardage: 7,044; Par: 70
Men’s basketball team earns third victory Today’s Games Toronto
Philadelphia
33 12 .733 —
28 16 .636 4½
Final
Matt Kuchar (500), $1,152,000................................................................................. 63-63-66-66—258
SOMERSET, Ky. — Tavonta Jones had 22 points, and Tre Columbus Christian at Starkville Academy Boston 25 17 .595 6½ Andrew Putnam (300), $691,200...............................................................................62-65-67-68—262
Pinkston added 16 Sunday afternoon to lead the Mississippi University Brooklyn 21 23 .477 11½ Corey Conners (134), $307,200.................................................................................68-67-64-64—263
Oak Hill Academy at Calhoun Academy New York 10 33 .233 22 Marc Leishman (134), $307,200................................................................................67-64-68-64—263
for Women’s men’s basketball team to a 91-78 victory against Camp- Southeast Division Chez Reavie (134), $307,200.....................................................................................65-65-66-67—263
bellsville University – Somerset. Tuesday’s Games W L Pct GB Hudson Swafford (134), $307,200.............................................................................65-67-67-64—263
Miami 21 20 .512 — Davis Love III (90), $214,400.....................................................................................67-68-64-65—264
Shon Wright came off the bench to score 14 points to round out the Forest Hill at Columbus Charlotte 19 23 .452 2½ Charles Howell III (83), $192,000............................................................................. 69-66-64-66—265
double-digit scoring for the Owls (3-12). New Hope at Louisville Orlando 19 24 .442 3 Brian Stuard (83), $192,000...................................................................................... 66-69-64-66—265
Washington 18 26 .409 4½ Bryson DeChambeau (70), $160,000........................................................................69-67-63-67—266
Former Victory Christian Academy standout Quin Williams had Itawamba AHS at Caledonia Atlanta 13 30 .302 9 Sung Kang (70), $160,000.........................................................................................70-67-65-64—266
six points, while former Starkville High School and East Mississippi Central Division Sebastián Muñoz (70), $160,000.............................................................................. 68-65-68-65—266
Community College standout Josh Skinner had five.
Noxubee County at Vardaman W L Pct GB Patrick Reed (57), $123,733..................................................................................... 68-66-68-65—267
Milwaukee 30 12 .714 — Patton Kizzire (57), $123,733.................................................................................... 67-68-67-65—267
The W will play host to Selma University at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Noxapater at Hamilton Indiana 28 14 .667 2 Ted Potter, Jr. (57), $123,733.................................................................................... 66-65-68-68—267
Detroit 18 23 .439 11½ Sungjae Im (50), $99,200..........................................................................................71-64-65-68—268
Pohl Gymnasium. Heritage Academy at Magnolia Heights Chicago 10 33 .233 20½ Keith Mitchell (50), $99,200.......................................................................................68-65-63-72—268
Cleveland 9 35 .205 22 Brandt Snedeker (50), $99,200................................................................................ 66-69-65-68—268
Starkville Academy at Leake Academy WESTERN CONFERENCE Justin Thomas (50), $99,200.....................................................................................67-68-67-66—268
Ole Miss Oak Hill Academy at Kirk Academy
Southwest Division
W L Pct GB
Stewart Cink (44), $80,000........................................................................................68-62-70-69—269
J.T. Poston (44), $80,000.......................................................................................... 68-66-69-66—269

Men’s tennis team ends weekend with two singles wins Thursday’s Game Houston 24 18 .571 — Ryan Armour (36), $57,691........................................................................................72-64-68-66—270
Joel Dahmen (36), $57,691........................................................................................ 67-70-66-67—270
San Antonio 25 19 .568 —
CORAL GABLES, Fla. — The Ole Miss men’s tennis team Winston Academy at Columbus Christian New Orleans 20 23 .465 4½ Harris English (36), $57,691...................................................................................... 68-68-67-67—270
Dallas 20 23 .465 4½ Brian Gay (36), $57,691.............................................................................................67-69-68-66—270
wrapped up its spring debut and opening weekend Sunday, earning Friday’s Games Memphis 19 23 .452 5 Cameron Smith (36), $57,691....................................................................................66-68-69-67—270
Northwest Division Kyle Stanley (36), $57,691........................................................................................ 73-64-68-65—270
two more victories on Day 3 of the Miami Spring Invite at the Neil Schiff Tupelo at Columbus W L Pct GB Emiliano Grillo (36), $57,691..................................................................................... 70-68-63-69—270
Tennis Center. New Hope at Leake Central Denver 29 13 .690 — Abraham Ancer (27), $42,560.................................................................................. 68-66-68-69—271
Oklahoma City 26 16 .619 3 Keegan Bradley (27), $42,560...................................................................................68-65-70-68—271
The men played an altered schedule and did not face off in doubles Matt Jones (27), $42,560........................................................................................... 67-69-67-68—271
play due to inclement weather, but were led by senior Fabian Fallert and Caledonia at Pontotoc Portland
Utah
26 18 .591 4
23 21 .523 7 Carlos Ortiz (27), $42,560.........................................................................................68-69-70-64—271
freshman Simon Junk’s three-set thrillers against the host Hurricanes. Starkville High at Madison Central Minnesota 21 22 .488 8½ Dominic Bozzelli (19), $31,040.................................................................................. 71-64-64-73—272
Scott Brown (19), $31,040..........................................................................................68-66-70-68—272
Pacific Division
Junior Tim Sandkaulen and freshman Jan Soren Hain each faced West Point at Grenada W L Pct GB Brice Garnett (19), $31,040....................................................................................... 70-68-68-66—272
Golden State 29 14 .674 — Shugo Imahira, $31,040............................................................................................. 65-67-71-69—272
ranked opposition, with Sandkaulen falling 6-4, 6-1 to the 35th-ranked Noxubee County at Kosciusko L.A. Clippers 24 18 .571 4½ Scott Piercy (19), $31,040..........................................................................................71-66-66-69—272
Jankulovski and Hain faltering in identical 6-2, 6-2 decisions to No. 97 L.A. Lakers 23 21 .523 6½ Ian Poulter (19), $31,040........................................................................................... 69-69-66-68—272
Okolona at Aberdeen Sacramento 22 21 .512 7 Rory Sabbatini (19), $31,040.....................................................................................68-67-68-69—272
Francisco Bastias. Phoenix 11 33 .250 18½ Sam Saunders (19), $31,040.....................................................................................68-69-68-67—272
Ole Miss will take on No. 8 Texas at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Orlan- Heritage Academy at Starkville Academy Roger Sloan (19), $31,040.........................................................................................69-65-66-72—272
Oak Hill Academy at Central Holmes Academy Late Saturday Y.E. Yang (19), $31,040..............................................................................................68-68-70-66—272
do, Florida. The match is a part of the USTA Collegiate Series and will Phoenix 102, Denver 93 Julián Etulain (10), $19,488.........................................................................................67-67-68-71—273
be one of four in the series to debut new Playsight technologies. Columbus Christian at Starkville Christian Sacramento 104, Charlotte 97 Jim Herman (10), $19,488..........................................................................................69-68-69-67—273
Stephan Jaeger (10), $19,488....................................................................................69-69-65-70—273
Utah 110, Chicago 102
n Women’s tennis team wraps up opening weekend at Saturday’s Games Sunday’s Games Russell Knox (10), $19,488........................................................................................68-67-69-69—273
National Collegiate: At Palm Springs, California, the women’s tennis Philadelphia 108, New York 105 Anirban Lahiri (10), $19,488.......................................................................................68-68-71-66—273
concluded the opening weekend of its spring schedule Sunday, at the
Mooreville at Caledonia Toronto 140, Washington 138, 2OT Scott Langley (10), $19,488....................................................................................... 70-67-66-70—273
Milwaukee 133, Atlanta 114 Hank Lebioda (10), $19,488.......................................................................................70-67-68-68—273
National Collegiate Tennis Classic at the La Quinta Resort. Columbus girls at Warren Central Orlando 116, Houston 109 Adam Svensson (10), $19,488....................................................................................61-74-70-68—273
Golden State 119, Dallas 114 Dylan Frittelli (7), $15,061...........................................................................................67-69-67-71—274
After rain suspended play Saturday, junior Tereza Janatova earned Starkville High at Choctaw County Classic Denver 116, Portland 113 Alex Prugh (7), $15,061............................................................................................. 73-65-65-71—274
two victories in consolation play, winning 4-0 over UCLA’s Alaina Miller Okolona at Noxubee County Cleveland 101, L.A. Lakers 95 Brandon Harkins (7), $15,061.....................................................................................71-66-70-67—274
Today’s Games Jim Knous (7), $15,061..............................................................................................66-69-69-70—274
retired due to injury. Janatova also defeated San Diego’s Sophia Chow
6-1, 6-2. In main quarterfinal play, classmate Alexa Bortles lost to San Prep Soccer Boston at Brooklyn, 6:30 p.m.
Memphis at Houston, 7 p.m.
Hideki Matsuyama (7), $15,061................................................................................. 69-67-65-73—274
Jimmy Walker (7), $15,061........................................................................................69-69-67-69—274
Tyler Duncan (5), $14,080.......................................................................................... 72-66-66-71—275
Diego’s Solymar Colling 6-3, 7-5. Senior Allie Sanford also faced UCLA, Today’s Matches Charlotte at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m.
Detroit at Utah, 8 p.m. Fabián Gómez (5), $14,080.......................................................................................70-67-69-69—275
falling 6-4, 6-3. Pillow Academy at Starkville Academy, 5 p.m. Portland at Sacramento, 9 p.m. Adam Hadwin (5), $14,080......................................................................................... 73-65-70-67—275
New Orleans at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m. Trey Mullinax (5), $14,080.......................................................................................... 68-70-70-67—275
Bortles and Sanford defeated Arizona’s Camila Wesbrooks/Marie Washington School at Heritage Academy, 5 p.m. Tuesday’s Games Wes Roach (5), $14,080............................................................................................. 67-68-70-70—275
Van Aelst 7-5. Bortles, Vrbenska, Janatova, and Sanford will join the Vardaman at MSMS, 5:30 p.m. Minnesota at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. José de Jesús Rodríguez (5), $14,080......................................................................66-70-70-69—275
Phoenix at Indiana, 6 p.m. Chase Wright (5), $14,080......................................................................................... 69-68-67-71—275
rest of the Rebels in Honolulu for the Rainbow Wahine Invite, a “hidden Tuesday’s Matches Oklahoma City at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. Ryan Blaum (4), $13,504.............................................................................................68-66-71-71—276
dual” with Washington and the hosts, Hawaii. Miami at Milwaukee, 7 p.m. Yuki Inamori, $13,504................................................................................................69-68-71-68—276
n Rifle team shoots second highest total in program history:
New Hope at Caledonia, 5 p.m. Golden State at Denver, 8 p.m. Russell Henley (4), $13,312.......................................................................................68-69-71-69—277
Chicago at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. Rikuya Hoshino, $13,120.............................................................................................66-72-69-71—278
At Columbus, Ohio, Personal bests on Sunday powered the No. 13 rifle Starkville High at Murrah, 5:30 p.m. Wednesday’s Games Johnson Wagner (4), $13,120.................................................................................... 68-69-70-71—278
team to a at the Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range powered No. 13 Ole Miss Thursday’s Match Orlando at Detroit, 6 p.m.
Brooklyn at Houston, 7 p.m.
Kevin Kisner (3), $12,864...........................................................................................69-69-68-73—279
Michael Thompson (3), $12,864................................................................................ 66-69-70-74—279
Rifle to its second highest total in program history in a 4,685-4,640 MSMS at Choctaw Central, 5:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Memphis, 7 p.m. Danny Lee (3), $12,672.............................................................................................. 70-66-70-74—280
Toronto at Boston, 7 p.m. Made cut, did not finish
victory against No. 12 Akron in a Great America Rifle Conference dual Friday’s Matches San Antonio at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Eric Dugas, $12,544..........................................................................................................67-71-71—209
match on the Ohio State campus. Cameron Champ (3), $12,224..........................................................................................69-68-73—210
Kosciusko at Caledonia, 5 p.m. Cleveland at Portland, 9 p.m.
New Orleans at Golden State, 9:30 p.m. Jason Dufner (3), $12,224................................................................................................ 66-72-72—210
The Rebels recorded top-five scores in smallbore (2,323) and air Louisville at New Hope, 5 p.m. Utah at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m. Steve Stricker (3), $12,224................................................................................................71-67-72—210
rifle (2,362). The aggregate total of 4,685 was two points away from Martin Trainer (3), $12,224...............................................................................................69-68-73—210
Columbus Christian at Pillow Academy, 5 p.m.
the record set last season at Alaska Fairbanks (4,687) on Jan. 19,
Heritage Academy at Starkville Academy, 5 p.m. Football Mackenzie Hughes (2), $11,840......................................................................................70-68-73—211
Sean O’Hair (2), $11,840.................................................................................................. 69-68-74—211
Brady Schnell (2), $11,648................................................................................................71-67-74—212
2018. Smallbore (2,323) was the third best in the record book, only two NFL Playoffs
points behind what the team achieved on Nov. 15, 2005, against North Starkville High at Northwest Rankin, 5:30 p.m. Divisional Playoffs
Gary Woodland (2), $11,520............................................................................................ 71-66-76—213
Joey Garber (2), $11,392...................................................................................................71-67-76—214
Carolina State. The air rifle score of 2,362 tied for fifth. Saturday’s Match Saturday, Jan. 12
Kansas City 31, Indianapolis 13 Web.com Bahamas Great Exuma Classic
UAF also competed Sunday and fired a 4,688, but its score and Starkville High at New Hope, 11 a.m. L.A. Rams 30, Dallas 22 NOTE: Round one suspended due to darkness.
Sunday, Jan. 13 Sunday
performances didn’t impact the final results between Ole Miss and
Akron. UAF remained in Ohio a day after the Rebels defeated them and Men’s College Basketball New England 41, Los Angeles Chargers 28
New Orleans 20, Philadelphia 14
At Sandals Emerald Bay GC, Great Exumas, Bahamas
Purse: $600,000 / Yardage: 7,001; Par: 72
Ohio State in an attempt to post an NCAA qualifying score. A similar Tuesday’s Games First Round
Conference Championships Lee McCoy............................................................................................................................... 34-32—66
situation occurred earlier in the season on Oct. 13, when Ole Miss Florida at Mississippi State, 6 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 20 Willy Wilcox.............................................................................................................................. 31-35—66
recorded a better score at a Memphis-Army dual match in West Point, NFC Zecheng Dou........................................................................................................................... 36-31—67
LSU at Ole Miss, 8 p.m. L.A. Rams at New Orleans, 2:05 p.m. (FOX) D.H. Lee...................................................................................................................................33-34—67
New York, but didn’t receive a victory. Wednesday’s Game AFC Billy Kennerly...........................................................................................................................33-35—68
The Rebels claimed the top five spots in smallbore and edged New England at Kansas City, 5:40 p.m. (CBS) Harry Higgs..............................................................................................................................35-33—68
Alabama at Missouri, 8 p.m. Blayne Barber..........................................................................................................................35-34—69
Akron, 2,323-2,303, led by rookie Erin Walsh, who recorded a personal Saints 20, Eagles 14 Doug Ghim...............................................................................................................................35-34—69
best of 582, which is the second-best score posted by Ole Miss this Thursday’s Games Philadelphia
New Orleans
14 0 0 0—14
0 10 7 3—20
Maverick McNealy...................................................................................................................35-34—69
Jordan Niebrugge....................................................................................................................34-35—69
season (Abby Buesseler, 583 fired on Saturday). She shot a perfect Southern Miss at Charlotte, 6 p.m. First Quarter Brock Mackenzie.....................................................................................................................34-35—69
Phi—Matthews 37 pass from Foles (Elliott Bo Hoag................................................................................................................................... 36-34—70
prone score (200) with 15 center shots, and established a new best Selma University at Mississippi University for kick), 10:41. Ben Taylor................................................................................................................................ 35-35—70
in kneeling (193). Other notable performances were junior Alana Phi—Foles 1 run (Elliott kick), 4:37. Dan McCarthy.......................................................................................................................... 35-35—70
Kelly (194 kneeling) and Loudin (191, standing), who tied top scores.
Women, 7:30 p.m. Second Quarter Rico Hoey................................................................................................................................ 35-35—70

Women’s College Basketball
NO—Kirkwood 2 pass from Brees (Lutz kick), Edward Loar............................................................................................................................. 34-36—70
Kelly also fired a 579 personal best. Rounding out the scoring were 7:23. Chad Ramey.............................................................................................................................33-37—70
NO—FG Lutz 45, :06. Conrad Shindler...................................................................................................................... 36-34—70
Buesseler (581), Loudin (581), and freshman Jillian Zakrzeski (579 Today’s Game Third Quarter Andrew Svoboda..................................................................................................................... 34-36—70
personal best). NO—Thomas 2 pass from Brees (Lutz kick), Rob Oppenheim.......................................................................................................................37-33—70
Mississippi State at Auburn, 6 p.m. 1:40. Rhein Gibson........................................................................................................................... 36-34—70
Ole Miss outfired Akron, 2,362-2,337, in air rifle. Junior Hayley Fourth Quarter Brian Campbell........................................................................................................................ 33-38—71
Carroll set a personal best with 593 in air, and Buesseler followed with Tuesday’s Game NO—FG Lutz 39, 10:28. Scottie Scheffler...................................................................................................................... 36-35—71
A—73,027. Cameron Percy........................................................................................................................ 35-36—71
a season-high 592. Senior Harley Gardner (590) hit her highest mark Huntingdon College at Mississippi University for Lanto Griffin............................................................................................................................. 35-36—71
of 2018-19 as well. Sophomore Kamilla Kisch (589) and Zakrzeski Phi NO
Women, 5:30 p.m. First downs 15 25
Paul Haley II............................................................................................................................. 36-35—71
Drew Weaver........................................................................................................................... 35-36—71
(588) completed the Rebel total. In aggregate, Ole Miss went 1-2-3 with Thursday’s Games Total Net Yards 250 420 Patrick Sullivan........................................................................................................................ 35-36—71
Buesseler (1173), Walsh (1167) and Zakrzeski (1167). Walsh (1167) and Rushes-yards 16-49 31-137 Wade Binfield...........................................................................................................................32-39—71
Kelly (1161) set yet another pair of bests. Selma at Mississippi University for Women, 5:30 p.m. Passing
Punt Returns
201 283
0-0 3-8
Zac Blair................................................................................................................................... 35-36—71
Brett Stegmaier........................................................................................................................34-37—71
Ole Miss will return to the road for another GARC duel at 9 a.m. South Carolina at Mississippi State, 6 p.m. Kickoff Returns 1-19 2-45 Tyler McCumber...................................................................................................................... 36-35—71
Interceptions Ret. 1-0 2-14 Callum Tarren...........................................................................................................................34-37—71
Sunday against No. 2 West Virginia. Charlotte at Southern Miss, 6 p.m. Comp-Att-Int 18-31-2 28-38-1 Christian Brand........................................................................................................................ 38-33—71
Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0 2-18 Danny Walker.......................................................................................................................... 35-36—71
Tennessee at Alabama, 8 p.m. Punts 5-48.2 3-44.7 Oscar Fraustro......................................................................................................................... 36-35—71
Alabama Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-0 Chase Seiffert.......................................................................................................................... 35-36—71

on the air
Penalties-Yards 4-30 11-84 Timothy Madigan......................................................................................................................37-34—71
Time of Possession 22:10 37:50 Michael Arnaud....................................................................................................................... 36-36—72
Safety Thompson declares for NFL draft INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Nicholas Thompson................................................................................................................ 34-38—72
Michael Johnson..................................................................................................................... 36-36—72
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — All-America safety Deionte Thompson has
joined a growing crowd of Alabama football players leaving early for the Today RUSHING—Philadelphia, Smallwood 10-33,
Agholor 1-12, Sproles 3-4, Foles 2-0. New Or-
Trevor Cone............................................................................................................................. 33-39—72

NFL draft. COLLEGE BASKETBALL leans, Kamara 16-71, Ingram 9-53, T.Hill 2-8,
Smith 1-5, Brees 3-0.
Thompson announced his decision Sunday on Twitter. He’s the 5:30 p.m. — Nebraska at Indiana, FS1 PASSING—Philadelphia, Foles 18-31-2-201. Late Saturday
Vegas 4, Chicago 3, OT
Women’s
Singles
New Orleans, Brees 28-38-1-301.
sixth Crimson Tide underclassman to announce his decision to leave 6 p.m. — Holy Cross at Bucknell, CBS Sports RECEIVING—Philadelphia, Jeffery 5-63, Ertz St. Louis 3, Dallas 1 First Round
5-50, Sproles 3-21, Tate 2-18, Matthews 1-37, Arizona 3, Edmonton 2 Petra Kvitova (8), Czech Republic, def.
early. Network Agholor 1-6, Smallwood 1-6. New Orleans, San Jose 4, Ottawa 1 Magdalena Rybarikova, Slovakia, 6-3, 6-2.
Thompson was a consensus All-American in his first season as the Los Angeles 5, Pittsburgh 2
6 p.m. — Syracuse at Duke, ESPN Thomas 12-171, Kamara 4-35, Ginn 3-44, J.Hill
Sunday’s Games
Irina-Camelia Begu, Romania, def. Andrea
starter. He made 79 tackles and had two interceptions and four forced 3-7, Ingram 2-9, Kirkwood 2-8, Smith 1-15, Petkovic, Germany, 6-7 (3), 4-3, ret.
6 p.m. — South Florida at Pittsburgh, ESPNU Watson 1-12. Carolina 6, Nashville 3
Columbus 7, N.Y. Rangers 5 Belinda Bencic, Switzerland, def. Katerina
fumbles. 8 p.m. — Texas at Kansas, ESPN MISSED FIELD GOALS—New Orleans, Lutz
Winnipeg 4, Anaheim 3, OT Siniakova, Czech Republic, 6-4, 2-6, 6-3.
52.
Thompson, who has already graduated, says his experience at Al- Vancouver 5, Florida 1 Yulia Putintseva, Kazakhstan, def. Barbora
8 p.m. — Baylor at Oklahoma State, ESPNU
abama was “undeniably life-changing and an experience that I wouldn’t Patriots 41, Chargers 28 N.Y. Islanders 5, Tampa Bay 1 Strycova (32), Czech Republic, 6-4, 7-6 (1).

trade for the world.” He’s widely projected as a potential first-round pick.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL L.A. Chargers 7 0 7 14—28 Calgary 7, Arizona 1
Today’s Games
Lesia Tsurenko (24), Ukraine, def. Ekaterina
Alexandrova, Russia, 6-4, 7-6 (4).
New England 14 21 3 3—41
Cornerback Saivion Smith announced Saturday that he’s turning 6 p.m. — Michigan State at Ohio State, Big Ten First Quarter
Chicago at New Jersey, 6 p.m. Amanda Anisimova, United States, def. Monica
Colorado at Toronto, 6 p.m. Niculescu, Romania, 7-6 (3), 6-4.
pro. A day earlier, left tackle Jonah Williams, defensive lineman Network NE—Michel 1 run (Gostkowski kick), 7:49. Minnesota at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Katie Boulter, Britain, def. Ekaterina Makarova,
LAC—K.Allen 43 pass from P.Rivers (Badgley
Quinnen Williams, tailback Josh Jacobs and tight end Irv Smith Jr. all 6 p.m. — Iowa at Minnesota, ESPN2 kick), 4:56.
St. Louis at Washington, 6 p.m.
Montreal at Boston, 6:30 p.m.
Russia, 6-0, 4-6, 7-6 (6).
NE—Michel 14 run (Gostkowski kick), 1:35. Aryna Sabalenka (11), Belarus, def. Anna
declared for the draft. 6 p.m. — Mississippi State at Auburn, SEC Network Second Quarter
Buffalo at Edmonton, 8 p.m.
Kalinskaya, Russia, 6-1, 6-4.
Tuesday’s Games
NBA NE—Dorsett 15 pass from Brady (Gostkowski New Jersey at Columbus, 6 p.m. Ashleigh Barty (15), Australia, def. Luksika
kick), 12:17.
Major League Baseball St. Louis at N.Y. Islanders, 6 p.m. Kumkhum, Thailand, 6-2, 6-2.
6 p.m. — Memphis at Houston, Fox Sports Southeast NE—Burkhead 6 run (Gostkowski kick), 6:04. Carolina at N.Y. Rangers, 6 p.m. Yafan Wang, China, def. Ellen Perez, Australia,
NE—Michel 5 run (Gostkowski kick), 1:43.
7:30 p.m. — Charlotte at San Antonio, NBA TV Florida at Montreal, 6:30 p.m. 6-4, 6-0.
A’s, MLB meet with Heisman Trophy winner Murray NHL
Third Quarter
NE—FG Gostkowski 28, 6:31.
Anaheim at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.
Washington at Nashville, 7 p.m.
Astra Sharma, Australia, def. Priscilla Hon,
Australia, 7-5, 4-6, 6-1.
OAKLAND, Calif. — Representatives of the Oakland Athletics and 6:30 p.m. — Montreal at Boston, NBC Sports
LAC—Gordon 1 run (Badgley kick), 1:16. Los Angeles at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Maria Sakkari, Greece, def. Jelena Ostapenko
Fourth Quarter Vegas at Winnipeg, 7 p.m. (22), Latvia, 6-1, 3-6, 6-2.
Major League Baseball met Sunday with Heisman Trophy winner Kyler NE—FG Gostkowski 30, 12:23.
Network LAC—Green 1 pass from P.Rivers
Tampa Bay at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Maria Sharapova (30), Russia, def. Harriet
Murray, a day before the Oklahoma quarterback’s deadline to enter the Pittsburgh at San Jose, 9 p.m. Dart, Britain, 6-0, 6-0.
NFL draft, a person with direct knowledge of the session said. SOCCER (K.Allen pass from P.Rivers), 7:38. Wednesday’s Games
Rebecca Peterson, Sweden, def. Sorana
LAC—Gates 8 pass from P.Rivers (pass failed), Colorado at Ottawa, 6 p.m.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity Sunday because the 1:55 p.m. — Premier League: Manchester City :59. Boston at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. Cirstea, Romania, 6-4, 6-1.
A—65,878. Buffalo at Calgary, 8:30 p.m. Johanna Larsson, Sweden, def. Vera Lapko,
meeting was not made public. Oakland executives remained confident vs. Wolverhampton, NBC Sports Network Edmonton at Vancouver, 9 p.m. Belarus, 7-6 (5), 3-0, ret.
as recently as the baseball winter meetings last month in Las Vegas that TENNIS LAC NE San Jose at Arizona, 9 p.m. Caroline Wozniacki (3), Denmark, def. Alison
First downs 22 30 van Uytvanck, Belgium, 6-3, 6-4.
8 p.m. — Australian Open: Day 2, first round,
Murray would report to spring training this year and pursue baseball.
MLB joined the efforts to persuade the dual-sport star, sending some- ESPN2
Total Net Yards
Rushes-yards
335
10-19 34-155
498
Tennis Sloane Stephens (5), United States, def. Taylor
Townsend, United States, 6-4, 6-2.
one from its marketing group to the meeting, the source said. 2 a.m. (Tuesday) — Australian Open: Day 2, first
Passing
Punt Returns
316 343
1-0 5-37 Australian Open Timea Babos, Hungary, def. Ons Jabeur,
Tunisia, 7-6 (5), 7-6 (3).
Kickoff Returns 6-124 2-23 MELBOURNE — Results Monday from the
The 5-foot-10, 195-pound Murray’s Sooners lost in a college round, ESPN2 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-0 Australian Open at Melbourne Park (seedings Marketa Vondrousova, Czech Republic, def.
football playoff semifinal Dec. 29 to eventual runner-up Alabama. in parentheses): Evgeniya Rodina, Russia, 6-3, 6-2.
Comp-Att-Int 25-51-1 34-44-0 Petra Martic (31), Croatia, def. Heather Watson,
Tuesday Sacked-Yards Lost 2-15 0-0 Men’s
Drafted last June in the first round as the ninth overall pick, the out- Punts 6-39.5 4-43.3 Singles Britain, 6-1, 6-2.
fielder signed with Oakland for $4.66 million. There was an agreement COLLEGE BASKETBALL Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0 First Round Anett Kontaveit (20), Estonia, def. Sara
Penalties-Yards 5-33 9-75 Marin Cilic (6), Croatia, def. Bernard Tomic, Sorribes Tormo, Spain, 6-3, 6-2.
between the team and Murray that he would play football this year, then Australia, 6-2, 6-4, 7-6 (3).
skip his senior season to begin his pro baseball career — and A’s man-
5:30 p.m. — Seton Hall at Providence, FS1 Time of Possession 21:40 38:20
Mackenzie Mcdonald, United States, def.
Aliaksandra Sasnovich, Belarus, def. Kirsten
Flipkens, Belgium, 6-1, 6-1.
ager Bob Melvin as well as executive Billy Beane and general manager 6 p.m. — Rutgers at Purdue, Big Ten Network INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Andrey Rublev, Russia, 6-4, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Russia, def.
RUSHING—Los Angeles, Gordon 9-15, Ju. Radu Albot, Moldova, def. Michael Mmoh, Monica Puig, Puerto Rico, 6-4, 6-3.
David Forst closely followed Oklahoma football in 2018. 6 p.m. — Southern Illinois at Illinois State, CBS Jackson 1-4. New England, Michel 24-129, United States, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-2. Kiki Bertens (9), Netherlands, def. Alison Riske,
Fernando Verdasco (26), Spain, def. Miomir
Sports Network Burkhead 4-12, Edelman 1-7, Develin 2-5, Pat-
Kecmanovic, Serbia, 7-6 (5), 6-3, 6-3.
United States, 6-3, 6-3.
terson 1-3, Brady 2-(minus 1). Danielle Rose Collins, United States, def. Julia
Braves avoid arbitration with Foltynewicz, six others 6 p.m. — Kentucky vs. Georgia, ESPN PASSING—Los Angeles, P.Rivers 25-51-1- Roberto Bautista-Agut (22), Spain, def. Andy
Goerges (14), Germany, 2-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4.
331. New England, Brady 34-44-0-343. Murray, Britain, 6-4, 6-4, 6-7 (5), 6-7 (4), 6-2.
ATLANTA — The Atlanta Braves have agreed to a $5,475,000, 6 p.m. — Arkansas vs. Tennessee, ESPN2 RECEIVING—Los Angeles, T.Williams 5-94, John Millman, Australia, def. Federico Sachia Vickery, United States, def. Ysaline
Delbonis, Argentina, 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (3), 6-2. Bonaventure, Belgium, 2-6, 6-4, 6-4.
one-year deal with Mike Foltynewicz, avoiding arbitration with the 6 p.m. — South Florida at Cincinnati, ESPNEWS M.Williams 5-68, Gates 5-41, Ju.Jackson 3-22,
Yoshihito Nishioka, Japan, def. Tennys Zoe Hives, Australia, def. Bethanie
Ekeler 3-19, K.Allen 2-75, Gordon 1-11, Green
All-Star right-hander. 6 p.m. — West Virginia vs. TCU, ESPNU 1-1. New England, White 15-97, Edelman 9-151, Sandgren, United States, 6-4, 7-6 (5), 4-6, 6-4. Mattek-Sands, United States, 6-1, 6-2.
Caroline Garcia (19), France, def. Jessika
Dorsett 4-41, Hogan 3-13, Gronkowski 1-25, Karen Khachanov (10), Russia, def. Peter
Atlanta also avoided arbitration with its other six players who were 6 p.m. — Florida at Mississippi State, SEC Michel 1-9, Burkhead 1-7. Gojowczyk, Germany, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3. Ponchet, France, 6-2, 6-3.
eligible, agreeing with right-hander Kevin Gausman ($9.35 million), re- Network Stefanos Tsitsipas (14), Greece, def. Matteo Donna Vekic (29), Croatia, def. Kristina
lievers Sam Freeman ($1,575,000), Arodys Vizcaíno ($4.8 million) and
Dan Winkler ($1.61 million), infielder Charlie Culberson ($1,395,000)
7:30 p.m. — Marquette at Georgetown, FS1 Hockey Berrettini, Italy, 6-7 (3), 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (4).
Viktor Troicki, Serbia, def. Roberto Carballes
Baena, Spain, 6-1, 1-6, 2-6, 6-1, 6-4.
Mladenovic, France, 6-2, 6-4.
Kimberly Birrell, Australia, def. Paula Badosa
Gibert, Spain, 6-4, 6-2.
8 p.m. — Nevada at Reno, CBS Sports Network NHL Stefano Travaglia, Italy, def. Guido Andreozzi, Beatriz Haddad Maia, Brazil, def. Bernarda
and outfielder Adam Duvall ($2,875,000). Argentina, 6-7 (3), 6-2, 6-3, 6-2.
Foltynewicz went 13-10 with a 2.85 ERA and 202 strikeouts last
8 p.m. — Notre Dame at North Carolina, ESPN EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division Nikoloz Basilashvili (19), Georgia, def.
Pera, United States, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4.
Angelique Kerber (2), Germany, def. Polona
season and was a big reason the Braves were the surprise NL East 8 p.m. — Davidson at St. Joseph’s, ESPNU GP W L OT Pts GF GA Christopher Eubanks, United States, 6-4, 4-6, Hercog, Slovenia, 6-2, 6-2.
Tampa Bay 46 35 9 2 72 189 133 7-6 (6), 6-3.
8 p.m. — LSU at Ole Miss, SEC Network
champions. His role as staff ace was clear when he was the choice
of manager Brian Snitker to pitch Game 1 of the NL Division Series 10 p.m. — New Mexico at San Diego State, CBS
Toronto
Boston
Montreal
44 28 14 2 58 158 122
45 26 15 4 56 131 116
46 24 17 5 53 138 139
Gael Monfils (30), France, def. Damir Dzumhur,
Bosnia-Herzegovina, 6-0, 6-4, 6-0.
Taylor Fritz, United States, def. Cameron
Transactions
against the Dodgers. Sports Network Buffalo 45 23 16 6 52 131 130 Norrie, Britain, 6-3, 7-6 (6), 6-2.
Daniel Evans, Britain, def. Tatsuma Ito, Japan,
Sunday’s Moves
Florida 44 17 19 8 42 138 160 BASEBALL
Duvall hit .132 with no homers in 53 at-bats after coming to the GOLF Detroit 47 17 23 7 41 133 160 7-5, 6-1, 7-6 (8). National League
Braves in a trade July 30. He is a strong defensive corner outfielder who 1 p.m. — Web.com Tour Golf: The Bahamas Ottawa 46 17 24 5 39 143 178 Roger Federer (3), Switzerland, def. Denis WASHINGTON NATIONALS — Agreed to
Metropolitan Division Istomin, Uzbekistan, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4.
hit more than 30 homers in both 2016 and 2017 with Cincinnati. Great Exuma Classic, third round, Bahamas, TGC GP W L OT Pts GF GA Kevin Anderson (5), South Africa, def. Adrian terms with 2B Brian Dozier on a one-year
contract. Designated INF Matt Reynolds for
After going 5-8 with a 4.43 ERA in 21 starts with Baltimore, Gaus- 9:30 p.m. — European Tour Golf: Abu Dhabi Washington 44 27 12 5 59 154 128 Mannarino, France, 6-3, 5-7, 6-2, 6-1.
assignment.
Columbus 45 27 15 3 57 148 139 Frances Tiafoe, United States, def. Prajnesh
man prospered following a midseason trade to the Braves. He was 5-3 Gunneswaran, India, 7-6 (7), 6-3, 6-3. FOOTBALL
HSBC Championship, first round, Abu Dhabi, TGC Pittsburgh 45 25 14 6 56 161 132
National Football League
with a 2.87 ERA in 10 starts. N.Y. Islanders 44 25 15 4 54 134 117 Jordan Thompson, Australia, def. Feliciano
Vizcaino, who has battled shoulder problems, shared save chanc- 5 a.m. (Wednesday) — European Tour Golf: Carolina 45 22 18 5 49 123 130 Lopez, Spain, 6-1, 7-6 (0), 6-3. ARIZONA CARDINALS — Named Sean Kugler
N.Y. Rangers 45 18 20 7 43 126 157 Andreas Seppi, Italy, def. Steve Johnson (31), as offensive line coach, Brian Natkin assistant
es with A.J. Minter last season. He finished with 16 saves in 18 chances Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, first round, Abu New Jersey 44 17 20 7 41 128 148 United States, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3. offensive line coach, David Raih wide receivers
and a 2.11 ERA, and his health will be a key to bullpen plans for 2019. Dhabi, TGC Philadelphia 45 16 23 6 38 123 160
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Grigor Dimitrov (20), Bulgaria, def. Janko
Tipsarevic, Serbia, 4-6, 6-3, 6-1, 6-4.
coach and Steve Heiden tight ends coach.
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS — Signed TE Billy
NBA Central Division Pablo Cuevas, Uruguay, def. Dusan Lajovic, Brown, CB Jalen Collins, OT Antonio Garcia,
GP W L OT Pts GF GA Serbia, 6-4, 7-5, 6-1.
Golf 6 p.m. — Minnesota at Philadelphia, NBA TV
9:30 p.m. — Chicago at LA Lakers, NBA TV
Winnipeg
Nashville
45 29 14 2 60 156 128
47 27 16 4 58 145 122
Thomas Fabbiano, Italy, def. Jason Kubler,
Australia, 6-4, 7-6 (1), 2-6, 6-3.
WR Krishawn Hogan, WR Steve Ishmael,
QB Phillip Walker, OT De’Ondre Wesley, DT
DeShawn Williams and DE Anthony Winbush to
Dallas 46 23 19 4 50 121 122 Reilly Opelka, United States, def. John Isner
Kuchar starts Hawaii vacation with a victory NHL Colorado 45 20 17 8 48 151 144 (9), United States, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (6), 6-7 (4), 7-6 reserve/future contracts.
HOCKEY
HONOLULU — Matt Kuchar didn’t have the start he wanted Minnesota 44 22 19 3 47 124 125 (5).
7 p.m. — Los Angeles at Minnesota, NBC Sports St. Louis 43 19 20 4 42 121 134 Tomas Berdych, Czech Republic, def. Kyle National Hockey League
Sunday in the Sony Open, not with three bogeys in five holes after Network Chicago 47 16 22 9 41 137 171 Edmund (13), Britain, 6-3, 6-0, 7-5. NHL — Fined Tampa Bay D Mikhail Sergachev
making just one through three rounds. Pacific Division Robin Haase, Netherlands, def. Guillermo $2,403.67 for cross-checking Buffalo F Johan
SKIING GP W L OT Pts GF GA Garcia-Lopez, Spain, 7-5, 6-4, 7-5. Larsson during a Jan. 12 game.
The finish was better than he could have imagined. Calgary 47 30 13 4 64 173 133 Denis Kudla, United States, def. Marc Polmans, ARIZONA COYOTES — Recalled G Calvin
Kuchar seized control late in the round with back-to-back birdie
10:30 p.m. — FIS Alpine World Cup: Women’s San Jose 47 27 13 7 61 167 141 Australia, 5-7, 1-6, 6-2, 6-3, 6-2. Pickard from Tucson (AHL).
putts, the second one on No. 16 prompting a rare show of emotion with giant slalom, Italy, NBC Sports Network Vegas
Anaheim
48 28 16 4 60 146 127
46 19 18 9 47 112 140
Diego Schwartzman (18), Argentina, def.
Rudolf Molleker, Germany, 6-1, 6-3, 4-6, 6-0.
ST. LOUIS BLUES — Recalled Fs Jordan Nolan
and Jordan Kyrou from San Antonio (AHL).
a fist pump. And when he tapped in for a birdie and a four-shot victory TENNIS Vancouver 47 21 21 5 47 136 148 Alex de Minaur (27), Australia, def. Pedro COLLEGE
Edmonton 45 21 21 3 45 126 144 Sousa, Portugal, 6-4, 7-5, 6-4.
over Andrew Putnam, he looked back across the sky at a rainbow 8 p.m. — Australian Open: Day 3, second round, Arizona 45 20 22 3 43 116 130 Henri Laaksonen, Switzerland, def. Mirza ALABAMA — S Deionte Thompson will enter
the NFL draft.
stretching across the sky. ESPN2 Los Angeles 46 18 25 3 39 105 136 Basic, Bosnia-Herzegovina, 6-4, 7-6 (4), 4-6,
6-3. MICHIGAN — Fired gymnastics assistant
“It was too cool to have a rainbow appear on the 18th hole,” Kuchar 2 a.m. (Wednesday) — Australian Open: Day 3, NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for Matthew Ebden, Australia, def. Jan-Lennard coach Rhonda Faehn from her consulting role.
overtime loss. Top three teams in each division Struff, Germany, 1-6, 6-4, 6-3, 6-4. NORTH CAROLINA STATE — Named Tony
said. second round, ESPN2 and two wild cards per conference advance to Rafael Nadal (2), Spain, def. James Duckworth, Gibson co-defensive coordinator and safeties
— From Staff and Wire Reports playoffs. Australia, 6-4, 6-3, 7-5. coach.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Monday, January 14, 2019 3B

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Gamecocks defeat Tigers
7. Mississippi State (15-1) beat Georgia TEXAS A&M (13-4): Jones 1-1 1-6 3,
Sunday’s Men’s Southeastern 80-71. Johnson 6-14 6-8 18, Carter 3-14 3-4 11,
College Scores Conference Men 8. N.C. State (17-0) beat Pittsburgh
63-34; beat Virginia 66-38.
Washington 5-9 3-3 14, Wells 3-6 0-0 8, Elli-
son 0-0 0-0 0, Harrison 0-0 0-0 0, Martin 1-2
EAST Conf. Pct. Overall Pct.
George Mason 84, Rhode Island 67 9. Maryland (15-1) beat Nebraska 81-63; 2-2 4, Rael-Whitsitt 0-1 2-2 2, Jackson 0-1 2-2
Tennessee 3-0 1.000 14-1 .933 beat Michigan 83-69. 2, Walton 2-3 0-1 5, Williams 0-3 3-4 3, Totals
Iona 88, Canisius 70 Ole Miss 3-0 1.000 13-2 .867 10. Oregon State (14-2) beat UCLA 21-54 22-32 70.

to stay perfect in SEC
Michigan St. 71, Penn St. 56 LSU 2-0 1.000 12-3 .800
Quinnipiac 80, Fairfield 78 83-73; beat Southern Cal 76-52. Alabama 6 11 14 12 — 43
S. Carolina 3-0 1.000 8-7 .533 11. Texas (14-2) beat Oklahoma 73-63; Texas A&M 15 16 22 17 —70
Rider 104, Niagara 84 Kentucky 2-1 .667 12-3 .800
St. Peter’s 72, Marist 63 beat No. 20 Iowa State 64-62. 3-Point Goals—Alabama 1-23 (Walker
SOUTH Auburn 1-1 .500 12-3 .800 12. Syracuse (14-2) beat North Carolina 0-4, Abrams 0-2, Johnson 0-5, Wade 0-3,
Memphis 83, Tulane 79 Alabama 1-2 .333 10-5 .667 90-77. Craig Cruce 1-3, Barber 0-2, Benjamin 0-2,
South Carolina 85, Missouri 75 Arkansas 1-2 .333 10-5 .667 13. Tennessee (12-4) lost to No. 16 Berry 0-1, Worth 0-1), Texas A&M 6-19 (Carter
UCF 76, East Carolina 65 Florida 1-2 .333 9-6 .600 Kentucky 73-71; lost to Georgia 66-62. 2-6, Washington 1-3, Wells 2-5, Jackson 0-1,
MIDWEST Georgia 1-2 .333 9-6 .600 14. Gonzaga (16-1) beat Portland 97-72. Walton 1-2, Williams 0-2). Assists—Alabama
By JEFFREY COLLINS
Dayton 72, Massachusetts 67
Michigan 80, Northwestern 60
Texas A&M
Missouri
Miss. State
1-2 .333 7-7
0-2 .000 9-5
0-2 .000 12-3
.500
.643
.800
15. Marquette (13-3) beat Villanova
91-55; beat Georgetown 72-62.
16. Kentucky (15-3) beat No. 13
7 (Barber 4), Texas A&M 11 (Washington 3).
Fouled Out—Alabama Wade, Rebounds—Al-
abama 38 (Johnson 6), Texas A&M 47 (Jones The Associated Press
South Carolina 85,
N. Iowa 57, Drake 54
South Dakota 87, Purdue Fort Wayne 73
Villanova 90, Creighton 78
Vanderbilt 0-3 .000 9-6 .600 Tennessee 73-71; lost to Mississippi 55-49.
17. Iowa (11-4) beat Wisconsin 71-53; lost
11). Total Fouls—Alabama 24, Texas A&M 8.
A—4,042.
Missouri 75
Xavier 70, Butler 69 Sunday’s Game to Purdue 62-57. COLUMBIA, S.C. — No one
FAR WEST South Carolina 85, Missouri 75 18. Minnesota (12-3) lost to No. 23 Arkansas 83, Vanderbilt 62
Oregon 81, Southern Cal 60 Today’s Games Michigan State 86-68. VANDERBILT (5-12): Fasoula 5-13 6-9 else might have believed in the “Young guys, man,” Frank
Oregon St. 79, UCLA 66 No games scheduled
Tuesday’s Games
19. Arizona State (12-4) lost to No. 6
Stanford 72-65; beat No. 24 California 62-61.
16, Newby 2-7 2-2 6, Carter 6-12 8-9 20, Clem-
ons-Green 2-6 4-6 8, Walker 2-6 5-6 10, Hor- South Carolina men’s basketball Martin said when asked what
The Associated Press Arkansas at Tennessee, 6 p.m. (ESPN2) 20. Iowa State (13-3) beat TCU 92-54; rocks 0-1 0-0 0, Cambridge 1-2 0-0 2, Gordon
team as it entered Southeast- has happened to a South Car-
0-0 0-0 0, Totals 18-47 25-32 62.
Men’s Top 25 Fared Florida at Mississippi State, 6 p.m.
(SEC Network)
lost to No. 11 Texas 64-62.
21. South Carolina (12-4) beat Florida ARKANSAS (13-5): Williams 5-7 1-2 11, ern Conference play as the only olina team that went 5-7 in
1. Duke (14-1) beat Wake Forest 87-65; 71-40; beat LSU 76-53. Dungee 3-11 2-4 10, Mason 2-6 0-0 5, Monk
Kentucky at Georgia, 6 p.m. (ESPN)
beat No. 13 Florida State 80-78.
2. Michigan (17-0) beat Illinois 79-69; LSU at Ole Miss, 8 p.m. (SEC Network) 22. Florida State (14-2) lost to Clemson 6-11 3-4 15, Tolefree 3-6 0-0 9, Stout 0-0 0-0 0, squad with a losing record, but non-conference with losses to
Wednesday’s Games 57-45. Thomas 1-3 2-2 4, Weaver 0-1 0-0 0, Doumbia
beat Northwestern 80-60.
3. Tennessee (14-1) beat Missouri 87-63; South Carolina at Vanderbilt, 6 p.m. 23. Michigan State (12-3) beat No. 18 0-4 0-0 0, Gaulden 1-5 2-2 4, Northcross-Baker Gamecocks coach Frank Mar- Stony Brook and Wofford. “Be-
Minnesota 86-68. 6-13 0-0 16, Spangler 2-2 0-0 6, Zimmerman
beat Florida 78-67.
4. Virginia (15-0) beat Boston College
(SEC Network)
Auburn at Texas A&M, 6 p.m. (ESPNU) 24. California (10-5) lost to Arizona 1-6 0-0 3, Totals 30-75 10-14 83. tin made sure his team didn’t ing a good team is not like flip-
Vanderbilt 9 11 21 21 — 62
83-56; beat Clemson 63-43.
5. Gonzaga (16-2) beat Pacific 67-36;
Alabama at Missouri, 8 p.m. (SEC Network)
Thursday’s Games
60-55; lost to No. 19 Arizona State 62-61.
25. Indiana (15-2) lost to Ohio State Arkansas 21 26 23 13 — 83 lose faith. ping a light switch.”
beat San Francisco 96-83. No games scheduled 55-50; beat Wisconsin 75-68. 3-Point Goals—Vanderbilt 1-7 (Clem-
ons-Green 0-4, Walker 1-2, Cambridge 0-1), Keyshawn Bryant scored 15 On Sunday, it was a combina-
6. Michigan State (15-2) beat Purdue
77-59; beat Penn State 71-56.
Friday’s Games
No games scheduled
Georgia 66, Arkansas 13-35 (Dungee 2-7, Mason 1-2, points and Chris Silva added 14 tion of the freshman Bryant’s 7-of-
Monk 0-3, Tolefree 3-5, Doumbia 0-2, North-
7. Kansas (14-2) beat No. 25 TCU 77-68;
beat Baylor 73-68.
Saturday’s Games No. 13 Tennessee 62 cross-Baker 4-11, Spangler 2-2, Zimmerman points as South Carolina contin- 9 shooting and Silva’s taking ad-
Florida at Georgia, 11 a.m. (WCBI) TENNESSEE (12-4): Green 2-7 2-2 6, 1-3). Assists—Vanderbilt 8 (Clemons-Green 4),
8. Texas Tech (15-1) beat No. 23
Oklahoma 66-59; beat Texas 68-62.
Arkansas at Ole Miss, Noon (SEC Network)
Alabama at Tennessee, 1 p.m.
Davis 2-12 2-2 6, Green 3-7 0-0 7, Jackson 2-6
0-0 6, Westbrook 9-16 5-8 23, Collins 0-4 1-2
Arkansas 17 (Monk 9). Fouled Out—Arkansas ued its surprising league start vantage after Missouri’s big man,
Thomas, Doumbia. Rebounds—Vanderbilt 35
52-49.
9. Virginia Tech (14-1) beat Georgia Tech Missouri at Texas A&M, 2:30 p.m.
(SEC Network)
1, Kushkituah 2-5 1-4 5, Burrell 1-5 2-2 4, Mas- (Fasoula 12), Arkansas 44 (Doumbia 7). Total with an 85-75 victory against Jeremiah Tilmon, fouling out with
sengill 2-2 0-2 4, Totals 23-64 13-22 62. Fouls—Vanderbilt 12, Arkansas 28. A—1,553.
10. Nevada (16-1) beat San Jose State
92-53; beat Fresno State 74-64.
Kentucky at Auburn, 3 p.m. (ESPN) GEORGIA (12-5): Paul 3-7 1-4 7, Rob- Missouri in a Southeastern 12 minutes, 57 seconds left trying
11. Auburn (12-3) lost to Ole Miss 82-67;
South Carolina at LSU, 5 p.m. (SEC Network)
Mississippi State at Vanderbilt, 7:30 p.m.
inson 7-19 2-3 16, Cole 4-11 1-2 12, Connally
5-14 2-2 13, Johnson 2-8 0-0 5, Staiti 4-9 4-5
Florida 58, Missouri 56 Conference game at Colonial to post up on Silva.
beat Georgia 93-78. MISSOURI (14-4): Schuchts 2-6 0-0 5,
12. North Carolina (12-4) beat No. 15 N.C. (SEC Network)
Sunday, Jan. 20
12, Caldwell 0-0 0-0 0, Hose 0-1 0-0 0, Hub-
bard 0-4 1-2 1, Morrison 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 25-73
Aldridge 1-3 0-0 3, Cunningham 2-5 0-0 4,
Roundtree 3-6 0-0 9, Smith 4-12 0-0 9, Berg Life Arena on Sunday. It’s only “It doesn’t matter what situ-
State 90-82; lost to Louisville 83-62.
13. Florida State (13-3) beat Miami 68-62; No games scheduled 11-18 66.
Tennessee 22 14 11 15 — 62
0-0 0-0 0, Porter 3-6 2-3 8, Tahane 3-5 0-0 6, the third time in 28 seasons the ation we are in — coach always
lost to No. 1 Duke 80-78.
14. Mississippi State (12-3) lost to South
Sunday’s Women’s Georgia 10 14 25 17 — 66
Chavis 0-0 0-0 0, Levy 3-5 0-0 6, Troup 2-4 0-0
6, Totals 23-52 2-3 56. Gamecocks have won their first believes in us,” Silva said.
College Scores 3-Point Goals—Tennessee 3-9 (Davis
See SOUTH CAROLINA, 4B
Carolina 87-82; lost to Mississippi 81-77. FLORIDA (5-12): Moore 0-0 0-0 0, Robin-
15. N.C. State (14-2) lost to No. 12 North EAST 0-3, Green 1-1, Jackson 2-4, Westbrook 0-1),
Georgia 5-24 (Paul 0-1, Robinson 0-1, Cole
son 1-2 0-0 2, Nakkasoglu 1-6 0-0 2, Smith 3-4 three SEC games.
Carolina 90-82; beat Pittsburgh 86-80. Boston College 59, Pittsburgh 55 3-3 10, Washington 3-9 5-7 11, Williams 4-10
16. Ohio State (12-4) lost to Rutgers 3-8, Connally 1-8, Johnson 1-4, Staiti 0-1, Hose 2-4 10, de Oliveira 1-4 0-0 2, Johnson 2-3 0-0
Creighton 65, St. John’s 63

No. 13 Tennessees loses third
64-61; lost to Iowa 72-62. 0-1). Assists—Tennessee 10 (Westbrook 6), 5, Rainey 5-11 1-2 16, Staples 0-0 0-0 0, Totals
DePaul 66, Villanova 59 Georgia 15 (Robinson 5). Fouled Out—Tennes-
17. Houston (16-1) lost to Temple 73-69; Drexel 57, Delaware 40 20-49 11-16 58.
beat Wichita State 79-70. see Green, Rebounds—Tennessee 54 (Davis Missouri 16 14 15 11 —56
Marquette 72, Georgetown 62 12), Georgia 44 (Cole 7). Total Fouls—Tennes-
18. Kentucky (12-3) beat Texas A&M Rider 55, Siena 52 Florida 12 9 15 22 —58
85-74; beat Vanderbilt 56-47. see 20, Georgia 19. A—5,867. 3-Point Goals—Missouri 8-19 (Schuchts
Saint Joseph’s 66, St. Bonaventure 41
19. Buffalo (15-1) beat Toledo 110-80; Seton Hall 79, Providence 73 Ole Miss 55, 1-2, Aldridge 1-3, Roundtree 3-5, Smith 1-3,

straight in SEC for first time
beat Miami (Ohio) 88-64. Syracuse 90, North Carolina 77 Porter 0-1, Levy 0-1, Troup 2-4), Florida 7-19
20. Iowa State (12-4) lost to Baylor 73-70;
lost to Kansas State 58-57.
Towson 92, Hofstra 68 No. 16 Kentucky 49 (Nakkasoglu 0-1, Smith 1-2, Washington 0-2,
de Oliveira 0-3, Johnson 1-2, Rainey 5-9).
UConn 63, South Florida 46 OLE MISS (7-11): Salter 6-13 0-0 12,
21. Marquette (14-3) beat Creighton Allen 7-17 10-10 28, Reid 1-4 0-0 3, Sessom Assists—Missouri 17 (Cunningham 8), Florida
106-104, OT; beat Seton Hall 70-66. UMass 74, La Salle 60
SOUTH 2-8 2-3 6, Smith 0-3 0-0 0, Crawford 0-0 0-0 10 (Washington 4). Fouled Out—Missouri Cun-
22. Indiana (12-4) lost to Maryland 78-75. 0, Dunlap 0-1 0-0 0, Matthews 0-0 0-0 0, Mu- ningham, Rebounds—Missouri 30 (Smith 7),
23. Oklahoma (13-3) lost to No. 8 Texas Clemson 57, Florida St. 45
hate 1-4 0-0 2, Dozier 2-3 0-0 4, Totals 19-53 Florida 32 (Washington 9). Total Fouls—Mis-
Tech 66-59; beat No. 25 TCU 76-74. Coll. of Charleston 66, William & Mary 54 souri 17, Florida 13. A—2,218.
12-13 55. By The Associated Press
24. St. John’s (14-3) lost to Villanova
76-71; lost to DePaul 79-71.
25. TCU (12-3) lost to No. 7 Kansas
Duquesne 60, George Mason 57
Florida 58, Missouri 56
Georgia 66, Tennessee 62
KENTUCKY (15-3): McKinney 3-10 0-2 6,
Wyatt 1-5 1-4 3, Howard 7-20 1-1 20, Paschal SEC Women SEC Women Top 25
0-5 0-0 0, Roper 1-3 5-7 7, Anyagaligbo 1-3 0-0 Conf. Pct. Overall Pct.
77-68; lost to No. 23 Oklahoma 76-74. James Madison 84, Northeastern 49
Louisville 61, Georgia Tech 44 2, Green 4-9 0-0 9, Murray 0-8 2-2 2, Roach 0-1 S. Carolina 4-0 1.000 12-4 .750 ATHENS, Ga. — Caliya
South Carolina 85, Mississippi 55, Kentucky 49 0-0 0, Totals 17-64 9-16 49.
Ole Miss 6 9 17 23 —55
Miss. State
Missouri
3-0 1.000 15-1
3-1 .750 14-4
.938
.778 Robinson had 16 points, six re- added a season-high six blocks.
NC State 66, Virginia 38
Missouri 75 South Carolina 76, LSU 53 Kentucky 12 9 15 13 —49 Georgia 3-1 .750 12-5 .706
bounds, five assists and two Cole and redshirt sophomore
MISSOURI (9-5): Tilmon 2-5 0-0 4, Pur- UCF 56, Cincinnati 55 3-Point Goals—Ole Miss 5-19 (Salter Auburn 2-1 .667 14-2 .875
year 3-7 2-3 9, Ma.Smith 3-7 5-5 14, Pickett
7-11 4-4 21, Geist 5-12 3-6 14, M.Smith 0-0 0-0
UNC-Wilmington 75, Elon 70 0-2, Allen 4-10, Reid 1-3, Sessom 0-4), Ken-
tucky 6-23 (Howard 5-13, Paschal 0-2, Roper
Kentucky
Texas A&M
2-2 .500 15-3
2-2 .500 13-4
.833
.765
of her six blocked shots in a Staiti added 12 points. Staiti
MIDWEST
0, Nikko 1-2 2-3 4, Santos 1-3 0-0 2, Watson 2-7 Bradley 61, Indiana St. 45 0-2, Green 1-3, Murray 0-3). Assists—Ole Arkansas 2-2 .500 13-5 .722 critical last-minute possession continued her scoring streak,
1-2 7, Suggs 0-0 0-0 0, Pinson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals Miss 10 (Salter 3), Kentucky 13 (Howard 4). LSU 2-2 .500 11-5 .688
24-54 17-23 75.
Detroit 42, Ill.-Chicago 36
Drake 84, Valparaiso 53 Rebounds—Ole Miss 39 (Salter 10), Kentucky Tennessee 1-3 .250 12-4 .750 to help the Georgia women’s marking her fifth game in the
37 (Howard 11). Total Fouls—Ole Miss 16, Ken-
SOUTH CAROLINA (8-7): Bryant 7-9 1-4
15, Silva 4-7 6-7 14, Kotsar 1-2 2-3 4, Lawson
Fordham 56, Saint Louis 53
IUPUI 82, Oakland 53
tucky 18. A—4,577.
Alabama
Ole Miss
1-3 .250 9-8
1-3 .250 7-11
.529
.388 basketball team defeat No. 13 last six she has scored in the
4-10 1-1 11, Campbell 3-7 0-0 8, Haase 3-4 6-6
14, Frink 3-4 1-2 7, Gravett 0-6 12-12 12, Hinson
Illinois St. 72, Evansville 61 No. 21 South Carolina 76, Florida
Vanderbilt
1-3 .250 5-12
0-4 .000 5-12
.294
.294
Tennessee 66-62 on Sunday in a double-digits. Connally had 13
Indiana 75, Wisconsin 68
0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-49 29-35 85.
Halftime—South Carolina 42-36. 3-Point
Kansas 61, Kansas St. 54 LSU 53 Southeastern Conference game points for the Bulldogs (12-5,
Sunday’s Games
Goals—Missouri 10-23 (Pickett 3-4, Ma.Smith
Missouri St. 66, S. Illinois 51
N. Iowa 64, Loyola of Chicago 52
SOUTH CAROLINA (12-4): Herbert Har-
rigan 5-9 0-0 10, Jennings 4-6 2-2 10, Cooper Ole Miss 55, Kentucky 49 at Stegeman Coliseum. 3-1).
3-6, Watson 2-5, Puryear 1-1, Geist 1-6,
Santos 0-1), South Carolina 6-19 (Haase 2-3,
Notre Dame 78, Wake Forest 48
Purdue 57, Northwestern 54
5-11 3-3 14, Cuevas-Moore 2-2 4-4 9, Harris
2-4 0-0 6, Grissett 2-2 1-2 5, Jackson 3-6 1-2
Texas A&M 70, Alabama 43
Georgia 66, Tennessee 62 The loss marked the first “Having Jenna’s presence,
Campbell 2-3, Lawson 2-6, Bryant 0-1, Silva
0-1, Frink 0-1, Gravett 0-4). Fouled Out—Tilm-
Rutgers 62, Nebraska 56
W. Illinois 92, North Dakota 80
10, Saxton 1-1 3-6 5, Williams 0-0 0-0 0, Cliney
0-2 0-0 0, Henderson 1-5 0-0 2, Perry 2-6 1-1
Florida 58, Missouri 56
Arkansas 83, Vanderbilt 62
time in 33 years Tennessee (12- her big body presence on the
on. Rebounds—Missouri 25 (Watson 6), South
Carolina 27 (Kotsar 7). Assists—Missouri
SOUTHWEST 5, Totals 27-54 15-20 76. South Carolina 76, LSU 53 4, 1-3 SEC) has lost three games floor is everything,” Robinson
Arkansas 83, Vanderbilt 62 LSU (11-5): Mitchell 4-9 2-5 10, Aifuwa Today’s Game
11 (Geist 5), South Carolina 12 (Lawson 4).
Total Fouls—Missouri 26, South Carolina 24.
Texas A&M 70, Alabama 43 0-6 0-0 0, Norton 4-9 0-0 8, Pointer 5-11 5-9 Mississippi State at Auburn, 6 p.m. in a row. said. “No one can stop someone
15, Richard-Harris 0-4 0-0 0, Bidikuindila 4-6 (SEC Network)
A—12,747 (18,000).
West Virginia 66, Oklahoma 55
FAR WEST 0-0 8, Ashman 0-0 0-0 0, Brooks 4-9 0-0 10, Tuesday’s Games “We took care of the basket- like her that is that physical,
Late Saturday’s Men’s Arizona St. 62, California 61 Cherry 1-4 0-0 2, Seay 0-0 0-0 0, Spencer 0-0
0-0 0, Totals 22-58 7-14 53.
No games scheduled
ball,” Georgia coach Joni Taylor that big. Having her is great. T
Oregon 72, UCLA 52 Wednesday’s Games
College Scores Oregon St. 76, Southern Cal 52 South Carolina 29 16 16 15 —76 No games scheduled said. “We had players make big Cole, big shots and a big game
SOUTHWEST Stanford 78, Arizona 48 LSU 11 12 15 15 — 53 Thursday’s Games
Ark.-Pine Bluff 82, Alabama St. 71
Houston 79, Wichita St. 70
Utah 58, Washington 43 3-Point Goals—South Carolina 7-19
(Cooper 1-5, Cuevas-Moore 1-1, Harris 2-3,
Georgia at Missouri, 6 p.m. (SEC Network) shots. Taja (Cole) makes big for her.”
Washington St. 74, Colorado 48 South Carolina at Mississippi State, 6 p.m.
UTEP 65, Rice 64 Jackson 3-4, Cliney 0-2, Henderson 0-3, Perry (ESPN) shots, and then when she got Tennessee, which had never
FAR WEST The AP Women’s Top 25 0-1), LSU 2-4 (Mitchell 0-1, Richard-Harris 0-1,
lost three-straight SEC games,
Arizona 87, California 65 Brooks 2-2). Assists—South Carolina 15 (Har-
Kentucky at LSU, 6:30 p.m.
into foul trouble Gabby (Con-
BYU 80, Santa Clara 74 Fared ris 5), LSU 9 (Pointer 3). Fouled Out—South Auburn at Vanderbilt, 7 p.m.
lost to Missouri, Kentucky,
CS Northridge 78, Cal Poly 74, OT 1. Notre Dame (16-1) beat No. 2 Louisville Carolina Herbert Harrigan, LSU Bidikuindila. Tennessee at Alabama, 8 p.m. (SEC Network)
Friday’s Games
nally) took over and made big
Gonzaga 96, San Francisco 83
Idaho St. 72, Sacramento St. 70
82-68; beat Wake Forest 78-48.
2. Louisville (15-1) lost to No. 1 Notre
Rebounds—South Carolina 40 (Grissett 9),
LSU 28 (Mitchell 11). Total Fouls—South Car- No games scheduled shots. Caliya (Robinson) has and Georgia by a total of eight
Saturday’s Games
Nevada 74, Fresno St. 64
Pacific 65, Portland 57
Dame 82-68; beat Georgia Tech 61-44.
3. UConn (14-1) beat Cincinnati 82-38;
olina 16, LSU 15. A—2,997.
No games scheduled been huge for us the last two points. The first two games
Saint Mary’s (Cal) 71, Loyola Marymount 60 beat South Florida 63-46. Texas A&M 70, Alabama 43 Sunday, Jan. 20
LSU at Alabama, 1 p.m. (SEC Network) games, and Jenna (Staiti) is were at home, the first time they
UC Irvine 63, Cal St.-Fullerton 46 4. Baylor (13-1) beat Kansas State 65-50; ALABAMA (9-8): Copeland 2-8 0-0 4,
UC Santa Barbara 72, UC Riverside 64 beat TCU 79-55. Walker 3-11 0-0 6, Abrams 0-3 0-0 0, Johnson Florida at Ole Miss, 3 p.m. (SEC Network)
Texas A&M at Georgia, 3 p.m. (ESPN2)
continuing to come on and be lost consecutive home games
Utah 88, Washington St. 70 5. Oregon (15-1) beat Southern Cal 2-11 4-5 8, Wade 3-8 1-4 7, Craig Cruce 1-4 2-2
Utah Valley 88, Seattle 78 93-53. beat UCLA 72-52. 5, Knight 3-5 0-0 6, Barber 1-3 0-0 2, Benjamin Monday, Jan. 21 steady for us.” since December 1996.
See SEC TOP 25, 4B
Washington 77, Colorado 70 6. Stanford (14-1) beat No. 19 Arizona 2-7 1-1 5, Berry 0-1 0-0 0, Worth 0-2 0-0 0, To- Arkansas at Tennessee, 6 p.m. (SEC Network)
Weber St. 95, Portland St. 88, OT State 72-65. beat Arizona 78-48. tals 17-63 8-12 43. Missouri at South Carolina, 6 p.m. (ESPN2) Robinson led all scorers. She

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sway your thoughts when 3-pointer by Allen. She had 14 points and Chenne- NFL history. This was really two games in one.
they beat Tennessee. This gave the Rebels the lead for dy Carter had 11 for Texas “He’s up there if not the all-time great, Philly scored on its first two drives as the
is the SEC. You have to good at the 3:12 mark on a A&M (13-4, 2-2). then one of,” Rivers said. “That argument Saints could do virtually nothing right.
come to play every night. pair of free throws to make Cierra Johnson had can go on forever. ... Was he rolling at the “Listen, they got off to a fast start,
It just happened to be our it 46-44. Kentucky turned eight points to lead Ala- highest level today? I think we can all agree they’re a great team,” Brees said. “Nick
night. I am extremely it into a foul fest in the final bama (9-8, 1-3). The Crim- on that.” Foles has done a phenomenal job for
proud of my team.” minutes, but Ole Miss shot son Tide shot 17-for-63 (27 James White tied Darren Sproles’ NFL them. We knew it was going to be differ-
Salter had eight of her 50 percent from the field percent) from the field. postseason record with 15 catches, total- ent than last time.”
points in the first half. She in the fourth quarter and Texas A&M jumped ing 97 yards. After that opening period, it was all
finished with her second hit 92.3 percent of its free out to a 15-6 first quar- New England scored on its first four New Orleans, yet the resilient Eagles
career double-double. She throws. Allen was 10-for-10 ter lead and never looked possessions of the game to build a 35-7 kept it close enough that when Lutz
also had three assists, from the free-throw line. back. The Aggies held the halftime lead. missed a 52-yard field goal with 2:58
three blocked shots, and “We weren’t afraid of 31-17 advantage at half- Julian Edelman had nine catches for 151 remaining, they were only one-score be-
three steals coming in and playing time. They led in double
yards. He said the run game opened up the hind.
Allen took over in the someone that was ranked,” figures for the majority of
field for the rest of the offense. Foles, the hero of last year’s Super
second half to record her McPhee-McCuin said. the second half.
“It was awesome to get Sony out there Bowl run, got them in position for yet
seventh 20-point game. “That is what is good about In the third quarter,
trucking,” said Edelman. “Rex (Burkhead) another late winning score — just like
“Crystal and I have had a young team.” freshman De’Sha Benja-
a lot of conversations late- Ole Miss will play host min cut the Texas A&M was out there, he scored. And ‘Sweet Feet’ last week at Chicago and last February
ly,” McPhee-McCuin said. to Florida at 3 p.m. Sunday lead to nine when she fin- (James White) being ‘Sweet Feet’. Sony’s against New England for the champion-
“We really had a heart-to- at The Pavilion at Ole Miss. ished the old-fashioned over there being a little horse. It was awe- ship.
heart after the LSU game. I n Texas A&M 70, three-point play with four some.” Then, Jeffery couldn’t handle a sec-
just really thought she was Alabama 43: At College minutes to go. The Aggies The Chargers added three touchdowns ond-down pass, and it was over.
overthinking things and Station, Texas, Ciera John- responded by finishing in the second half , but it was much too late. “That’s a great championship team,”
she was not being herself. son had a game-high 18 the third frame on a 13-0 Los Angeles lost for just the second time Saints coach Sean Payton said of the Ea-
I said sweetheart, now your points to lead three players run to go up 53-31 head- on the road (8-2) and first time outside Los gles. “We remained confident.”
character is being tested. in double figures Sunday in ing to the final quarter. Angeles this season. In their past four trips Brees had 2-yard touchdown passes
Now we are in the storm.” the Aggies’ home victory Alabama will play host to the playoffs, the Chargers have lost in to rookie Keith Kirkwood and All-Pro
The Rebels took the against the Crimson Tide to Tennessee at 8 p.m. the divisional round. wideout Michael Thomas, who had 12
lead 42-41 with 5 minutes, at Reed Arena. Thursday (SEC Network) “We got our butts kicked,” Los Angeles receptions for a franchise playoff-record
42 seconds to play on a Shambria Washington at Coleman Coliseum. coach Anthony Lynn said. 171 yards.

MSU
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Still, MSU has found 7-for-16 from the field. ri Williams-Flournoy’s league. It is the first time gin of victory of 24 points field. That mark is fifth
ways to win close games She easily could have had team traps all over the Tennessee has lost three just doesn’t happen — at in the nation. The Bull-
against Marquette, Ken- 12 or 13 field goals, but court and uses pressure in a row in the SEC in pro- any level in any sport. dogs have 297 assists to
tucky, and Georgia when she missed in the paint on defense fro 40 minutes in gram history. To do it in the South- 212 turnovers. The as-
it hasn’t played its best. a night Georgia made her a unique style designed to Schaefer acknowl- eastern Conference with sist-to-turnover ratio fig-
Against Georgia, sopho- the focus of its defense. create havoc. As a result, edged the SEC has a lot last year’s team is crazy. ures to be a key statistic
more Chloe Bibby scored “I think that is show- Auburn has the fifth-high- of parity this season. He Those numbers are off tonight as the Tigers, who
a career-high 24 points to ing toughness because est turnover margin said he wants all of his the charts. Again, I think were picked eighth in the
keep MSU in the game we’re not letting their run (+7.75) in Division I. players to reach their we’re spoiled around here preseason SEC poll, will
for the first three quar- get to us,” McCowan said. MSU figures to be on potential and to be dom- and it is just not going to try to force tempo with
ters. MSU stopped its full- “Basketball is a game of guard for the defensive inant, which makes him happen that way.” their pressure. Holmes
court press with about six runs, but it is not like we pressure and primed for feel “helpless” when he MSU will try to count- (7.9 ppg.) has 84 assists
minutes remaining in the have to jack it up here or the best shot from anoth- sees games like the one er the upset special with and 20 turnovers.
game and then raised its jack it up there. We just er opponent, especially against Georgia when an offense that is second n NOTE: In MSU’s
level of intensity on defense have to work with the of- after a Sunday in league things don’t go the way he in the nation (91.4 points last game, McCowan
to come from behind to fense that (coach Schae- play that saw several sur- wants. Schaefer acknowl- per game) and the coun- passed Sharon Thompson
extend its home winning fer) is calling or Jazz(mun prises. Ole Miss upset edged his team’s youth — try’s best scoring margin (1995-98, 1,526 points)
streak to 29, which is tied Holmes) is calling and we then-No.16 Kentucky in eight or nine are in their (35.9). Teaira McCow- and LaCharlotte Smith
for third in the nation. just try to get the shot that Lexington, Kentucky, first year or year and a an leads the Bulldogs in (1993-96, 1,533) to move
McCowan, who had 18 is within the play.” and Florida edged Mis- half in the system — is scoring (16.5 points) and into sixth place on MSU’s
points and 13 rebounds No. 7 MSU (15-1, 3-0 souri in Gainesville, Flor- playing a role in the incon- rebounds (13.5). She is all-time scoring list. The
against Georgia for her SEC) will put its 19-game ida. Those wins were the sistency that the Bulldogs one of four MSU players Brenham, Texas, native
fifth-straight double-dou- regular-season league first in the league for the are fighting. He said he — Anriel Howard (16.0 has 1,544 points and
ble, said MSU has dis- winning streak on the Rebels and the Gators. will continue to overcome ppg.), Jordan Danberry is 133 shy of Jennifer
played toughness in find- line against Auburn (14- Georgia also beat then- those issues so MSU can (13.3), and Bibby (12.8) Fambrough (1999-2002,
ing way to win in those 2, 2-1), which leads the No. 13 Tennessee in Ath- continue its success. — averaging double fig- 1,677) for fifth place.
close games. She was an SEC and is sixth in the ens, Georgia, to hand the “Last year was just ures. The Bulldogs are Follow Dispatch sports
ideal example against country in steals (12.6 Lady Volunteers their different,” Schaefer said. shooting a league-best editor Adam Minichino on
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South Carolina SEC Top 25
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The Gamecocks (8-7, uled for Saturday after- mirror and figuring out With the Bulldogs ter,” Taylor said. “I think we cent in the second half and
3-0 SEC) led the entire noon, but Columbia, Mis- his next move,” Martin leading 63-62, Robinson rushed things on Thurs- went 9 of 18 from the free-
second half, but the Ti- souri, received about a said of Tillmon. blocked Evina Westbrook’s day (in an 80-71 loss to throw line, including 3 of 10
gers (9-5, 0-2) kept hang- foot of snow Friday into The other two times layup attempt with 19.6 No. 7 Mississippi State in in the fourth quarter.
ing around. Three times Saturday, and the Tigers South Carolina has start- seconds remaining. She Starkville). We took some n No. 21 South Carolina 76, LSU
53: At Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Te’a Coo-
Missouri cut the lead to couldn’t make it out of ed 3-0 in the SEC have then blocked Rennia Davis’ quick shots instead of run- per scored 14 points, Alexis Jennings
three but couldn’t get town until Saturday. been special seasons. In short jumper with one sec- ning the clock and execut- had 10 points and seven rebounds and
closer. Tillmon has fouled out 1997, it started 11-0 and ond on the shot clock. ing our offense. That is our No. 21 South Carolina beat LSU on Sun-
The last time came on of three games in a row, won its only SEC regu- Tennessee couldn’t get team growing up. We are day for its eighth-straight victory.
Mikiah Herbert Harrigan added
Javon Pickett’s 3-pointer and his 13 minutes Sun- lar-season title. In 2017, a shot off before the shot the youngest team in the
10 points for South Carolina (12-4, 4-0
with 3:17 left. But Felipe day was his longest out- South Carolina opened clock expired. The Lady league. I mean I look out SEC), which has won nine consecutive
Hasse and A.J. Lawson hit ing of the three. He was Vols had to foul twice to there to finish the game games in the series.
5-0 in the SEC and went
back-to-back 3-pointers to disqualified in 12 minutes get Staiti, a 55-percent free- and we have Donnetta South Carolina made 10 of its first
to its only Final Four. 13 shots and had a 29-11 lead after the
put South Carolina ahead against Morehead State throw shooter, to the foul (Johnson) out there who is
Cuonzo Martin and first quarter as LSU was 4-for-17 from the
79-70 with 2:03 to go. and nine minutes versus line, where she made both a freshman, and her eyes field. The Gamecocks cooled off in the
Hasse added 14 points Tennessee. Frank Martin said de- with 8.5 seconds left. are as big as saucers. For second quarter, making 6 of 15 shots, but
and six rebounds for the Missouri coach Cuon- laying the game by a day Meme Jackson put up them to finish this game LSU couldn’t take advantage and trailed
Gamecocks. zo Martin said Tillmon’s wasn’t a factor in the out- a 3-pointer from the right out just shows what they 45-23 at halftime. South Carolina led 61-
The freshman Pickett troubles Sunday were come. Missouri couldn’t corner with Robinson re- are taking in and learning
38 after three quarters.
Khayla Pointer scored 15 points for
led all scorers with a ca- more on him than on a get out Friday because bounding the airball. She from past games. LSU (11-5, 2-2), which entered ranked fifth
reer-high 21 points. Mark veteran preseason first- the snow came faster and was fouled with a second to Westbrook scored 23 in the nation by giving up 51.4 points per
Smith and Jordan Geist team All-SEC player like harder than forecast. go and iced the game with a points for Tennessee (12-4, game. Ayana Mitchell notched her eighth
“It’s a part of it,” Cuon- double-double this season with 10 points
each added 14 for the Ti- Silva taking advantage of free throw. 1-3), which had a 17-point and 11 rebounds. The Tigers had won six
gers. him. zo Martin said. “You “We had better shot-se- lead late in the first half. of seven, including beating then-No. 21
The game was sched- “It’s him looking in the make adjustments.” lection in the fourth quar- The Lady Vols shot 24 per- Texas A&M.

Comics & Puzzles
DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: less you do, noth- a success. Your guests were
My wife and ing will change. so impressed that they shared
I raised two Because holidays their pleasure with the staff.
children — a son are strained, cel- What they did was no reflec-
who is a success- ebrate with those tion on you, and you should
ful doctor and a who appreciate not allow it to discourage you
daughter who is you and whose from going back. In fact, I’m
a multipost-grad company you sure the establishment will
botanist. We enjoy. welcome you with open arms.
are 72 now, in DEAR ABBY: I DEAR ABBY: My sixth-grade
moderately failing invited a couple grandson is in a 2 1/2-hour
health and very out for the social studies class. He told
ZITS successful our- husband’s 60th me that during that time the
selves. birthday. We sat teacher texts at least six
Our children at the “chef’s ta- times. I think this deprives the
were raised ble” (in the front students of valuable instruc-
properly. We gave of the kitchen) tional time. My daughter hasn’t
them all they
Dear Abby and had amazing spoken to the principal about
would ever need food and service. it — yet. I wonder when this
to succeed and be happy. How- We all agreed it was a perfect concern will be expressed by
ever, neither one is particularly evening. other parents and discussed
interested in a loving relation- I paid the bill and left a 25 in your column. — TIME TO
ship with us. Holidays together percent tip on a $400 bill (for LEARN IN TEXAS
are strained. three people). The couple then DEAR TIME TO LEARN: Has
Frankly, I’m quite sick proceeded to hand cash to the your daughter discussed this
of both of them. They are staff in spite of the fact that with the parents of the other
inconsiderate, insensitive I had told them I had already students? If she hasn’t, she
GARFIELD and standoffish. We make no tipped 25 percent, and they should, because they may not
demands on either of them acknowledged that they knew be aware of what the teacher
and never impose ourselves in it. is doing. If they find it as con-
any way. They never invite us It was never my intention cerning as you and your daugh-
to anything. We want to move that they pay anything, and I ter do, they should approach
away and disappear. What was embarrassed. I felt like the principal as a group.
do you think? — ENOUGH creeping out of the restaurant Dear Abby is written by
ALREADY, IN CALIFORNIA and never going back. Am I Abigail Van Buren, also known
DEAR ENOUGH: People can wrong to feel this way? Why as Jeanne Phillips, and was
disappear without physically wasn’t my gift enough? — EM- founded by her mother, Pauline
moving away, as your children BARRASSED IN FLORIDA Phillips. Contact Dear Abby
have already demonstrated. DEAR EMBARRASSED: Your at www.DearAbby.com or P.O.
Have you tried asking them gift WAS enough, and obvious- Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA
why they are so distant? Un- ly the birthday celebration was 90069.

CANDORVILLE Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Jan. you approach, negotiate, rarely react in the moment.
14). Greatness always involves arrange, organize, compartmen- You need time to process your
some level of surrender. Novice talize and dance with them. feelings and may, in the mean-
performers sing a song. Great Your work today will be as time, behave differently toward
performers let the song sing graceful as art. the source of your discomfort,
them. This metaphor best de- GEMINI (May 21-June 21). which is only natural. Give
scribes the shift you make this Can you provide people with a yourself space.
year, and the improvements reason to feel delighted, uplift- VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
happen across the board, from ed and hopeful about what’s You’ve been gentle with your-
the personal to the profession- to come? If so, you’ll be one of self and let yourself ease into
al; your “audience” will move to the few today. But be warned: the work, but now it’s time to
your groove. Aries and Gemini Though they are “few,” they are change tone, get serious, make
adore you. Your lucky numbers disproportionately popular. demands and push, perhaps
BABY BLUES are: 8, 40, 28, 1 and 27. CANCER (June 22-July 22). even force yourself to discover
ARIES (March 21-April 19). You’ll deflect praise back to the your grit.
The old saying “a penny for praiser, channel attention and LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
your thoughts” wasn’t account- resources to where they will It’s not like you to pursue a
ing for inflation. Your thoughts do the most good, and direct thing halfheartedly. When it
are worth much more, and if negativity and criticism toward happens, you have to ask your-
you organize and present them, a constructive purpose — all self, “Why am I holding back?”
you’ll be paid. practices of a great leader. Do you sense something’s off
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). about the situation, or is this
Whereas some attack projects, When hurt or offended, you about your confidence? You’ll
get honest and solve it.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). Finally, some progress in
affairs of the heart. And the
best part is that you didn’t have
BEETLE BAILEY to ask annoying questions such
as, “Can we talk?” Somehow,
you just naturally got onto the
same page.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-
Dec. 21). Harmony isn’t always
reached through hard work
and finagling. Today will prove
the concept. Metaphorically,
you just open your mouth and
start singing. The tones match
up. It’s as natural as wolves
howling in a pack.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). The critical find it easy
MALLARD FILLMORE to criticize; the agreeable find
it easy to agree. Both have
advantages and follies. A
learning exercise: Wherever you
are on the spectrum, seek a
tone on the other side and give
it a whirl.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). For 90 percent of the day,
what you say will not be so im-
portant as how you say it. But
for the remaining 10 percent
(and you’ll sense it when you’re
there), do endeavor to get the
message exactly right. It will
FAMILY CIRCUS save you from wasting time.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). Having someone to report
to will make the difference
when it comes to getting to the
goal. If this sort of relationship
doesn’t exist naturally in your
current life, set it up. It will
quickly become a fixture when
you see how well it works.

Think things through
SOLUTION:
prior to the hour and
date herein before des-
1. Commodity or com-
modities to be pur- The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Monday, January 14, 2019 5B
ignated. No bidder may chased (make, model,
withdraw his bid within description):
ninety (90) days after

CLASSIFIEDS
the actual date of the Ellucian’s Degree
opening thereof. Works, Ellucian Degree
Works Transfer Equival-
Awarding public con-
tracts to non-resident
Bidders will be on the
ency, Implementation,
Degree Works Scribing
services, and Project
Phone: 662.328.2424
same basis as the non- Management. The pur-
resident bidder’s state chase will entail Ellu-
classifieds@cdispatch.com
awards contracts to cian services for imple-
Mississippi Contractors mentation, scribing, and
cdispatch.com/classifieds
bidding under similar cir- project management.
cumstances. In order to P.O. Box 511 • 516 Main Street
ensure that
Mississippi’s Golden
Rule is followed, state
2. Explanation of the
need to be fulfilled by
this item(s), how is it
Columbus, MS 39701
law requires a non-resid- unique from all other op-

DEADLINES
ent bidder to attach to tions, and why it is the
his bid, a copy of only one that can meet

(Deadlines
his/her resident state’s the specific needs of
subject
current laws topertaining
change.) the department: REGULAR RATES SUPER SAVER RATES GARAGE SALE RATES
to such state’s treat- 4 Lines/6 Days ................... $19.20 6 Days ...................................... $12.00 4 Lines/1 Day..................$9.20
ment of non-resident Mississippi University
4 Lines/12 Days ................. $31.20 12 Days.................................... $18.00 4 Lines/3 Days..............$18.00
For Placing/Canceling Classified Line Ads: contractors. for Women
owns 4
currently
Over 6 lines is $1 per additional line.
Sunday Paper Deadline is Thursday 3:00 P.M. Lines/26
Ellucian’s Banner Days................. $46.80 Price includes 2 FREE Garage Sale
Each Bidder must de- product. The Ellucian Six lines or less, consecutive days.
Monday Paper Deadline is Friday 12:00posit P.M. with his proposal, DegreeRate Worksapplies
and De-to commercial operations Rate applies to private party ads of non-commer- signs. RAIN GUARANTEE: If it
a Bid Bond or Certified gree Works and Transfer merchandise over $1,000. rains the day of your sale, we will re-
Tuesday Paper Deadline is Monday 12:00 P.M.
Check in an amount Equivalency is tightly in- cial nature for merchandise under $1,000. Must
Wednesday Paper Deadline is Tuesday equal 12:00toP.M.five percent Call 328-2424 for rates on
tegrated with Ellucian include price in ad. 1 ITEM PER AD. run you ad the next week FREE!
additional lines. No pets, firewood, etc. You must call to request free re-run.
Thursday Paper Deadline is Wednesday(5%) of $50,000.00,
12:00 P.M.
payable to the Colum-
Banner for the purpose
of degree planning and

INDEX
Friday Paper Deadline is Thursday 12:00 busP.M.
Light and Water De- advising. Ellucian is the
LEGAL NOTICES must be submitted 3partment, business as bid
days secur- only authorized vendor
ity. The successful bid- of Degree Works and
prior to first publication der will bedaterequired to Degree Works Transfer
furnish a Payment Bond Equivalency. Missis-
and Performance Bond sippi University for Wo-
• Please read your ad on the first day of publication. each in theWeamount
accept of men was awarded a
responsibility only for the first incorrect insertion. $50,000.00. 0 Legals of Edu-
U.S. Department
1780 Sitting with Elderly/Sick 4000 Merchandise 5000 Pets & Livestock 8000 Real Estate
• The Publisher assumes no financial responsibility for errors nor forcation, Title III, grant for 1790 Stump Removal 4030 Air Conditioners 5100 Free Pets 8050 Commercial Property
1000 Service 1800 Swimming Pools 4060 Antiques 5150 Pets 8100 Farms & Timberland
omission of copy. Liability shall not exceed the Bid documents
cost of thatare be-
portion the
of specific purchase of
ing made available via 1030 Air Conditioning
this product which in-
& Heating 1830 Tax Service
space occupied by such error. 4090 Appliances 5200 Horses/Cattle/Livestock 8150 Houses - Northside
1060
original paper copy. Plan cludes implementation, Appliance Repair 1860 Tree Service
• All questions regarding classified ads currently running should be 4120 Auctions 5250 Pet Boarding/Grooming 8200 Houses - East
holders are required to scribing, and project1070 Asphalt & Paving 1890 Upholstery
directed to the Classified Department. 4150 Baby Articles 5300 Supplies/Accessories 8250 Houses - New Hope
register for an account management.1090 Automotive Services 1910 Welding
• All ads are subject to the approval of this paper. The Commercial
at www.neel-schaffer- 4180 Bargain Column 5350 Veterinarians 8300 Houses - South
1120 Building & Remodeling
Dispatch reserves the right to reject, revise, plans.com classify ortocancel
view and any 3. Name1150 of Carpeting/Flooring
company/in- 2000 Announcements 4210 Bicycles 5400 Wanted To Buy 8350 Houses - West
advertising at any time.ADVERTISEMENT FOR order Bid Documents. dividual selling the item 4240 Building Materials 8450 Houses - Caledonia
BIDS All plan holders are re- and why 1180thatChildcare
source is
2050 Card of Thanks
4250 Burial Plots
6000 Financial 8500 Houses - Other
quired to have a valid the only 1210 Chimney source
possible Cleaning 2100 Fraternal & Lodge 6050 Business Opportunity
Advertisements must be 2150 Good Things To Eat 4270 Business Furniture & 8520 Hunting Land
COLUMBUS LIGHT AND email address for regis- that can 1240 Contractors
provide the re- 6100 Business Opportunity Wanted
WATER DEPARTMENT tration. Bid documents quired item(s): 2200 In Memorial Equipment 8550 Investment Property
1250 Computer Services 6120 Check Cashing
paid for in advance.
ANNUAL CONTRACT FOR are non-refundable and
WATER AND SEWER must be purchased
1270 Electrical
Degree Works and De-
1300 Excavating
2250 Instruction & School
2300 Lost & Found
4300 Camera Equipment
4330 Clothing
6150 Insurance
6200 Loans
8600 Lots & Acreage
8650 Mobile Homes
SYSTEM REPAIR WORK through the website. For gree Works Transfer 4360 Coins & Jewelry 8700 Mobile Home Spaces
You may cancel at any time during regular business
questions regarding hours Equivalency1320 Fitness
is anTraining
Ellu- 2350 Personals
4390 Computer Equipment
6250 Mortgages
8750 Resort Property
and receivePART
a refund
A – WATER for days
SYS- not published.
website registration and cian product, 1330 Furniture Repair & Refinishing
therefore 2400 Special Notices
4420 Farm Equipment & Supplies
6300 Stocks & Bonds
8800 River Property
TEM REPAIR WORK online orders, please Ellucian,1360is the only
General au-
Services 2600 Travel/Entertainment 6350 Business for Sale
4450 Firewood 8850 Wanted to Buy

FREE SERVICES
PART C – SEWER SYS- contact Plan House thorized 1380
vendor.
Housecleaning
TEM REPAIR WORK Printing at (662) 407- 3000 Employment 4460 Flea Markets 7000 Rentals 8900 Waterfront Property
COLUMBUS, MISSIS- 0193. 1390 Insulation
4. Estimated cost of 3050 Clerical & Office 4480 Furniture 7050 Apartments
SIPPI 1400 Insurance
item(s) and an explana- 3100 Data Processing/ Computer 4510 Garage Sales 7100 Commercial Property
9000 Transportation
The Columbus Light and tion why 1410 theInterior
amountDecorators
to 9050 Auto Accessories/Parts
Bargain Column Sealed bids Adwill must
be re-fit inWater
4 lines
ceived by the Columbus hereby notifies all Bid-
(approximatelybe expended
Department 1440 Jewelry/Watch
sidered reasonable:
is con- Repair
1470 Lawn Care/Landscaping
3150 Domestic Help
3170 Engineering
4540
4570
General
Household
Merchandise
Goods
7150
7180
Houses
Hunting Land
9100 Auto Rentals & Leasing
9150 Autos for Sale
20 characters per line) and will run for 3 days. For items
Light and Water Depart- ders that it will affirmat- $100 or 3200 General Help Wanted 4630 Lawn & Garden 7190 Land for Rent/Lease
1500 Locksmiths 9200 Aviation
less ONLY. More than oneColumbus,
ment, item mayMis- be in ively
same ad, but
insure that prices
in any It is estimated that the 3250 Management Positions 4660 Merchandise Rentals 7200 Mobile Homes
9250 Boats & Marine
may not total over $100, sissippino inrelists.
the second contract entered into purchase1530 of Machinery
the soft- Repair 3300 Medical/Dental 4690 Musical Instruments 7250 Mobile Home Spaces
floor conference room pursuant to this advert- ware will1560 be Mobile
no moreHome Services 3350 Opportunity Information 9300 Camper/R.V.’s
4700 Satellites 7300 Office Spaces
Free Pets at the Columbus Light
Up toand4 lines,
Water runs for 6 days.
Department,
isement, disadvant-
aged and women’s busi- plementation
ness enterprises will be
1590 Moving
than $55,000 and
costs
1620 Painting
& Storage
im-
not
& Papering
3400 Part-Time
3450 Positions Wanted
4720
4750
Sporting
Stereos &
Goods
TV’s
7350
7400
Resort
River
Rentals
Property
9350 Golf Carts
9400 Motorcycles/ATVs
420 4th Avenue South, to exceed 1650$150,000.
Lost & Found Up to 6 lines, ad will run for 6 days.
Columbus, MS 39703, afforded the full
until 10:00 A.M., Local tunity to submit bids in estimated
oppor- The
Pest Control
implementation
1680toPlumbing
take no
is 3500 Professional
3550 Restaurant/Hotel
4780 Wanted To Buy 7450 Rooms
7500 Storage & Garages
9450 Trailers/Heavy Equipment
9500 Trucks, Vans & Buses
Time, on February 13, response to this invita- more than 17101000
Printing hours 3600 Sales/Marketing 9550 Wanted to Buy
These ads are taken by fax, e-mail or in person at
2019, for supplying all tion and will not be dis- of professional 1740 Roofingser-& Guttering 3650Trades
7520 Vacation Rentals
7550 Wanted to Rent
our office. Ads will not be take by telephone.
labor and materials (as criminated against on
specified) necessary for the grounds of race, col-
vices. 1770 Saws & Lawn Mowers
3700Truck Driving 7600 Waterfront Property
the Annual Contract for or, or national origin in 5. Explanation of the ef-
Water and Sewer Sys- consideration for an forts taken by the de-
Legal Notices 0010 tem
LegalRepair Work, Part A award.
Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 partment
Legal Noticesto0010
determine Lawn Care / Landscaping Tree Services 1860 General Help Wanted 3200 General Help Wanted 3200 General Help Wanted 3200
– Water System Repair this is the only source 1470
The following vehicle Work and Part C – Sew- The Engineer is Neel- and the efforts used to A&T Tree Service PART TIME OFFICE QUALITY CONTROL CONTRACTOR SEEKING
has been abandoned at er System Repair Work. Schaffer, Inc., P. O. Box obtain the best pos- JESSE & BEVERLY'S Bucket truck & stump ADMIN/SECRETARY MANAGER NEEDED. experienced carpenter
Shelton's Towing Inc., 2100, (2310 Martin sible price: LAWN SERVICE. Mow- removal. Free est. needed for Immediate opening at with lots of experience.
1024 Gardner Blvd., The above general out- Luther King Jr. Drive), ing, cleanup, landscap- Serving Columbus small church. Columbus Air Force Please call:
Columbus, MS 39702. line of features of the Columbus, Mississippi, Ellucian is the only au- ing, sodding, & tree cut- since 1987. Senior Monday & Wednesday, Base. Construction 662-570-9464 for info.
work does not in any 39704, (39705) Phone thorized vendor of De- ting. 356-6525. citizen disc. Call Alvin @ 16 hours per week. experience required.
2006 Buick LaCerne way limit the responsib- No. (662)328-4460, Fax gree Works and Degree 242-0324/241-4447 Tech and social media Email resume to:
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1G4HR57Y46U238190 nish all labor, equip- The Columbus Light and Painting & Papering 1620
662-574-1972
ment and materials re- Water Department re- Any person or entity that SULLIVAN'S PAINT
This vehicle will be put quired by the specifica- serves the right to re- objects and proposes SERVICE
up for sale on the 5th
day of February, 2019
at 10:00am at
tions and/or the draw- ject any and all bids and that the commodity lis-
ings referred to therein. to waive any informalit- ted is not sole source
ies or irregularities and can be provided by
Certified in lead
removal. Offering spe- Classified
cial prices on interior &
Shelton's Towing, Inc.,
1024 Gardner Blvd.,
CERTIFICATE OF RE-
SPONSIBILITY: Each
therein. another person or en-
tity shall submit a writ-
exterior painting, pres-
sure washing & sheet
Advertising
Columbus, MS 39702. contractor submitting a BY: /s/ Todd Gale ten notice to:
bid in excess of
PUBLISH: 1/14, 1/21, $50,000.00 must show Manager
Todd Gale, General
Angie Atkins
rock repairs.
Free Estimates
Call 435-6528
Gets
& 1/28/2019 on his bid and on the
face of the envelope
containing the bid, his
Columbus Light and Wa- Director of Resources
ter Department Management
asatkins@muw.edu
Response
IN THE CHANCERY Stump Removal 1790
COURT OF LOWNDES Certificate of Respons- DATES OF PUBLICA-
TION:
There’s one thing you can count on when you advertise your unwanted
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ibility Number, as re- Subject Line must read
quired by Section 31-3- January 14, 2019 “Sole Source Objection” goods in The Dispatch Classifieds-Response!
IN THE MATTER OF THE 21 and 21-3-15, Missis- January 21, 2019 The notice shall con-
ESTATE OF MAUD sippi Code of 1972. If tain a detailed explana- Hundreds of people shop classified daily. And they’re ready to buy. We
FIELDS, DECEASED the bid does not ex- Mississippi University tion of why the commod-
ceed $50,000.00, a for Women ity is not a sole source guarantee many of them will be interested in what you have to sell.
CAUSE NO: 2018-0135- notation so stating procurement. Appropri-
must appear on the ate documentation shall
DWC
face of the envelope.
Notice of Proposed Sole
also be submitted if ap-
ALLSTUMP GRINDING Remember: interest generates response; response activates sales.
Source Purchase SERVICE
BETTY M. FIELDS plicable. GET 'ER DONE!
BROWN PETITIONER EVIDENCE: No bid will Mississippi University
be opened, considered for Women (MUW) anti- If after a review of the
We can grind all your Interest. Response. Sales. With classified, it’s as easy as 1-2-3
stumps. Hard to reach
NOTICE OF ADMINIS- or accepted unless the submitted notice and

Classified Advertising
cipates purchasing the places, blown over
TRATRIX TO CREDIT- above information is giv- item(s) listed below as documents, Mississippi roots, hillsides, back-
ORS OF MAUD FIELDS, en as specified. a sole source purchase. University for Women yards, pastures. Free
DECEASED
Proposals shall be
sealed and deposited
Anyone objecting to this (MUW) determines that
purchase shall follow the commodity in the
estimates. You find it,
we'll grind it! 328-2424
Letters of Administra- the procedures outlined proposed sole source 662-361-8379
tion having been gran- with the Columbus Light below. request can be provided
ted on the 29th day of and Water Department by another person or en-
October 2018, by the prior to the hour and 1. Commodity or com- tity, then MUW will with- General Help Wanted 3200
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Fields, deceased, in opening thereof. Works, Ellucian Degree modity to an advertised
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DWC on the Docket of Awarding public con- ency, Implementation, tion process.
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sissippi, First Judicial same basis as the non- Management. The pur- review that there is only
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Apts For Rent: Other 7080 Apts For Rent: Other 7080
1BR/1BA Apts for rent.
College Manor Apts, dir-
ectly across from MUW.
Completely renovated,
incl granite countertops,
SS appls & W/D. 12 mo
lease, dep req, $650/
mo. 662-425-3817.

2BR/1BA located in
Historic Downtown
Columbus. 2,000 sqft.
Looking for your dream job? Hardwood floors
throughout. Open floor.
Check here first! Very nice. Incl W&D.
$1200/mo. Call
662-328-8655.
General Help Wanted 3200 Lawn & Garden 4630
Position Announcement RED OAK & White Oak DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA,
Town of Caledonia, MS Firewood For Sale. Pull CH&A, 1 story, W/D,
Chief Marshal behind leaf rake for historic district, 1 block
$150. 662-242-7455. from downtown, $625/
The Town of Caledonia mo. + $625 dep. NO
is seeking a full time PETS. 662-574-8789.
Sporting Goods 4720 Peaceful & Quiet area.
Chief Marshal to work
days and nights as ED SANDERS Gunsmith
needed, and is respons-

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Open for season! 9-5,
ible for supervising all Tues-Fri & 9-12, Sat. FIRST FULL MONTH YESTERDAY’S ANSWER
Sunday’s answer
marshal department RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed-
Sudoku
Over 50 years experi- YESTERDAY’S ANSWER
personnel. The candid- ence! Repairs, cleaning, room Apts/Townhomes.
ate will plan, schedule, refinishing, scopes Stove & refrigerator. Sudoku is a number-
coordinate, and direct mounted & zeroed, $335-$600 Monthly.
placing puzzle
Sudoku based on
is a number-
8 4 3 6 1 5 7 2 9
the daily activities of the Credit check & deposit.
officers while providing
handmade knives.
Coleman Realty, a 9x9 grid
placing with based
puzzle severalon 9 7 2 3 4 8 5 1 6

2019 Conceptis Puzzles, Dist. by King Features Syndicate, Inc.
Located: Hwy 45 Alt,
for the protection of 662-329-2323. agiven
9x9 grid with several
lives and property, pre-
North of West Point, numbers. The object 1 5 6 2 9 7 4 8 3
turn right on Yokahama given numbers. The object
vention of crime and en- Blvd, 8mi & turn left on is to place the numbers 3 1 7 9 8 6 2 5 4
forcement of laws and
Darracott Rd, will see 1, 2, 3 BEDROOM apart- is
1 to place
to 9 in thethe numbers
empty spaces
ordinances within the
town limits. The Chief sign, 2.5mi ahead shop ments & townhouses.
Call for more info. Houses For Rent: Northside Lots & Acreage 8600 1sotothat
9 ineach
the empty spaces
row, each 6 2 4 7 5 1 3 9 8
on left. 662-494-6218.
Marshal will be held ac- 662-328-8254. 7110 so that each
column row, each
and each 3x3 box 5 8 9 4 2 3 1 6 7
countable to the Mayor WINTER SPECIAL
column
containsand theeach
same3x3 box
number
and Board of Alderper-
sons for the effective
Business Opportunity 6050 HOUSE WITH APART- 1.95 acre lots.
Good/bad credit. contains the same number
4 6 1 5 7 9 8 3 2
MENT NEAR MUW. only once. The difficulty
delivery of police ser-
vices to the town.
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
Columbus: 411 Main COLEMAN 323 13th St. N. 3 Blks
from MUW. L/r, d/r,
10% down, as low as
$299/mo. Eaton Land.
only once. The difficulty
level increases from
level increases from
2 3 8 1 6 4 9 7 5
St. Office, Retail, Res- RENTALS b/r, kitchen, large f/r 662-361-7711 Monday to Sunday. 7 9 5 8 3 2 6 4 1
Submit applications, taurant Space available. TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS w/ fireplace, 2BR/3BA. Monday to Sunday. Difficulty Level 1/12
complete with resume Call 423-333-1124. Laundry room, outside Mobile Homes for Sale 8650
and salary require- 1 BEDROOM fenced patio, screened
ments to: WANTED BUSINESS
PARTNER.
2 BEDROOMS side porch & work room NEW 2017, 16x80 MH
@ The Grove, Colum-
WITH ATTACHED APART-
Town of Caledonia Columbus-Local Only. 3 BEDROOMS MENT B/r, d/r, kitchen bus. 3BR/2BA, never
Attn: Lindy Thomason 17 Years in China Mfg. lived in, can be moved.
& bathroom. NO HUD.
PO Box 100 30 years lighting/signs LEASE, New Hope Sch. Dist.
© The Dispatch

Caledonia MS. 39740 Ref. req. Dep. req.
LED lighting/LED Signs Pets allowed w/ extra $29k. 662-769-2565.
townhall@cableone.net Solar & Wind Products. DEPOSIT dep. $1075/mo.
fax: 662-356-4117 My Skills: Tech Support, Autos For Sale 9150
Sales & Marketing. AND 662-386-7506.
Deadline for applica-
tions is January 23,
What are your skills? CREDIT CHECK Mobile Homes for Rent 7250
1965 MUSTANG, Red,
Automatic, 6cyl, A/C &
850-557-8555
2019. power steering.
MARATHON EQUIPMENT
Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 662-329-2323 3BR/2BA Trailer, New
Hope school dist.
$16,000.
662-386-2367.
Hiring MAINTENANCE $500/mo & $500 dep.
520 11TH Street North- Call between 10a-7p. 1991 MERCEDES 500
TECHNICIANS Immedi- 2411 HWY 45 N
Sunday’s Cryptoquote:
2BR/1BA, updated, 662-386-4292. SL. Serviced as re-
ately! Starting pay is brick, central H&A, ap-
$17.62/hour and you pliances, flooring, paint. COLUMBUS, MS NO TEXT MESSAGES. quired. 106k miles,
can earn up to 2 tops. Excellent buy!
$450/month. NO pets. $12,500. 662-356-
$19.93/hour within a NO HUD. Credit check. NICE 3BR/2BA MH in
year! Full benefits avail- West Lowndes school 6035.
Call Long & Long, Re- Commercial Property For
able on your first day of altors @ 662-328-0770. district. $485/mo +
employment. Rent 7100 $485 dep. 662-242-
SUPER CHARGED 2004
Available NOW. Monte Carlo SS. Dale
Apply online at: 7653 or 662-308-7781. Jr. Signature Edition.
117 DR. Martin Luther
https://www.dover FOX RUN COMPANY LLC $3500. 662-570-2601.
esg.com/careers/ King Jr. Dr. West in
1 & 2 BR near hospital. Starkville. 4,000 sq. ft RENT A fully equipped
High school diploma or $595-645/mo. Military camper w/utilities &
GED required. EEO. building. Call 662-323-
Marathon Equipment
discount offered, pet 5119. cable from $145/wk - Need a
area, pet friendly, and $535/month. Colum-
Co Rd 9 furnished corporate bus & County School
Vernon, AL 35592 apartments available. locations. 662-242-
COMMERCIAL PROPER-
ON SITE SECURITY. TIES/Retail/Office 7653 or 601-940-1397.
Medical / Dental 3300 ON SITE MAINTENANCE. Spaces starting @
ON SITE MANAGEMENT. $285/mo. Downtown & Houses For Sale: Northside
FULL TIME RN and PART 24-HOUR CAMERA
TIME RECEPTIONIST/ SURVEILLANCE.
East Columbus loca-
tions. 662-435-4188. 8150 NEW RIDE?
SCHEDULER needed for Benji @ 662-386-4446
busy medical office. Ap- Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm. CONVENIENT 3BR/2BA FIND ONE IN THE
plicants must have ex- Sat/Sun by appt only. OFFICE SPACE: 2,000
512 Lincoln Rd. New
paint, flooring, brick
CLASSIFIEDS
cellent computer skills
square feet. 294 shop, fenced backyard
and be able to work in a
Chubby Dr. Flexible leas- & patio. Zoned commer-
fast paced environment. Apts For Rent: West 7050
ing terms. Available cial, can be home/of-

VIP
Applicants must also
now. 662-328-8254. fice. Call 662-328-9634
available to work some Campers & RVs 9300
late evenings. For seri- for more information.

Rentals
ous inquiries, please TOMBIGBEE RV Park,
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN located on Wilkins Wise
Columbus Office, Retail, Houses For Sale: Southside
send resume to
Apartments
Blind Box 660 c/o Rd & Waverly Rd. Full
Commercial Dispatch Restaurant Space avail- 8300 Hookups available.
& Houses
PO Box 511 able. Call 662-328- $300/mo. 662-328-
Columbus, MS 39703. 8655 or 662-574-7879. 2BR/1BA Gas stove & 8655 or 662-574-7879.
HELP WANTED 1 Bedrooms heat. Move-in ready. 1
BR Apt. attached that Trailers & Heavy Equipment
2 Bedroooms Houses For Rent: Northside needs work. $21,000.
9450
7110 417 17th St. S.
CARE CENTER OF
ABERDEEN 3 Bedrooms Call 662-327-8712.
2 AVAILABLE: 2BR/1BA 1999 MACK Dump
RN SUPERVISOR Furnished & near CAFB. $450/mo + Investment Property 8550 Truck & 30,000lb Trail-
boss Tag-A-Long Trailer,
M-F, 8A-4:30P Unfurnished $350 dep. 662-889-
1122. both good condition.
GRAVEL FOR SALE on
LPN 3P - 11P 1, 2, & 3 Baths private property. Approx
Can be seen at 5356
Hwy 182 E, Columbus.
LPN 11P - 7A
Lease, Deposit 6 acres. Will sell or
2BR HOUSE. Stove, ref., lease property located Call 662-328-6203 or
662-574-6202.
Apply in person at
Care Center
& Credit Check w/d hookup, window
a/c, heat electric.
in NE Noxubee County.
601-405-3717.
505 Jackson St, viceinvestments.com $485/mo. Lease-
Aberdeen
EOE 327-8555 dep.+credit check. Cole-
man Realty. 329-2323. Lots & Acreage 8600 Five Questions:
1.7 Acres on Hwy 12.
Farm Equipment & Supplies
4420
Apts For Rent: Caledonia 7060
COLONIAL TOWN-
Excellent building site,
cleared. Close to gas 1 Mercury
and Venus
3BR/1BA Duplex. No HOUSES. 2 & 3 bed- plant, Caledonia school
HAY FOR SALE. Some Smoking. No Pets. 1 yr. room w/ 2-3 bath town- district. $15,000. ACROSS
lease. $550/month + houses. $600 to $695.
stored in barn and out.
deposit. 662-356-4958 662-549-9555. Ask for
662-356-6035. 1 Mailing need
662-386-9122.
6 Pub game
2 Gianni Ver-
or 662-574-0227. Glenn or text.
2.28 +/- Acre Lot.
Furniture 4480 149 Tanyia Lane. Off of 11 Danger
JAMESON SLEEPER
Lake Lowndes Road.
Has asphalt drive &
sace 12 Bring to bear
Sofa, full size, 4 inch parking, 1200 ft. shop 13 Protractor
mattress, excl cond, w/ living area, septic measure
avocado green. $150.
662-327-3518, leave
tank & water meter. No
trailers. $45,000. Call
3 Maine, 14 Brown tint
message if no answer. 662-574-0345. Maryland, 15 Move carefully
17 Tofu source
General Merchandise 4600 UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY!
A Stable growth invest- Massa- 18 Winter weather
ment. FSBO: 72 Acres
chusetts, phenomenon
Help me find a home!
APPLE COMPUTERS
Two 2009 iMac com- in Webster Co., near
puters available. Good
working condition.
Mantee. Mature pines
(75yr), hardwoods Michigan, 22 Wrongful act
23 High-stepping
Would be good for ba-
sic web browsing or
(50yr), 10ac hay field,
2ac pond, w/county Minnesota, aids
Mississippi,
ADOPT!
word processing. 2Ghz; road frontage/utilities, 27 “Cats” poet T.S.
2 GB RAM; 250 GB HD. superb potential home
29 Get some shut-
Computer and built-in
monitor only; mouse
site & recognized
school. 45 minutes to Missouri, eye
and keyboard not in- MSU. 334-277-9744.
Montana 30 Like some early Sunday’s answer
cluded. $50 each. LOWNDES COUNTY 45
Call 662-574-1561 space flights
acres on Sobley & Dav- 2 Finger count heroine
is Rd. Excellent hunting. 32 Deceitful person
TWIN BED- Ashley With The Dispatch 1 mile west of Hwy. 69. 4 Ukulele 33 Envoy
3 Bol. neighbor 25 Eye drop
brand, with mattress & Small creek runs thru 4 Significant event 26 Nimble
boxspring, $175. classified section property. $1375 per 35 Old horse
5 Cloth fold 28 Violent weather
662-251-1074 or acre. 205-799-9846 or 38 Fuel from bogs
662-251-9793. 205-695-2248. 5 3 percent 39 Fill with wonder
6 Dry areas 31 Game cube
7 Chopping tool 34 Crouton’s place
41 Ear parts
8 Workout count 35 “Apollo 13” org.
45 Miser Marner
9 Half of a sextet 36 In the thick of
46 Japanese car-
10 Remain 37 Fancy party
toon films
16 Sinking signal 40 Ray-gun sound
47 Make suitable
18 Article 42 Feeding time
48 First perfor-
19 Soda choice need
mance
20 “— go bragh!” 43 Outback bird
21 Grinding item 44 Determined
DOWN
24 “Star Wars”
1 Sauna site

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