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to expand ‘Miss Ann,’ Kroger’s beloved
video greeter, still has much to share
surveillance 77-year-old Wozniak began her working life at age 11
Town unrolls plan to set
up new cameras in a
‘ring around town’
By Alex Holloway
aholloway@cdispatch.com

The city of
Starkville will soon
begin work on the
first phase of an up-
grade to a system of
cameras throughout
town.
Aldermen ap-
Clements
proved the rollout,
which will see the
city leasing 10 cam-
eras from New Or-
leans-based Active
Solutions, LLC for
five years, at Tues-
day’s board meeting.
City Technology Di-
Lovelady
rector Joel Clements
said the cameras will
cost about $1,200 per
month.
The new cameras
are an evolution of
Starkville’s camera
system, which Clem-
ents said has been in
Spruill Slim Smith/Dispatch Staff
place for about eight
Columbus Kroger greeter Ann Wozniak said she loves working with fellow associates such as Quanisha Travis,
years downtown and in the Cotton
right. “Every day, the first thing I do is go around and say hello to all the checkers and baggers and give them a
District. hug if they’re not busy,” Wozniak said.
He said the existing cameras
are connected to the city’s system By Slim Smith
using cellular signal, which can ssmith@cdispatch.com
experience problems when there’s

A
an event that draws lots of people nn Wozniak works 20 to 25
to one area, such as Bulldog Bash. hours a week at Kroger in
However, Clements said, the city Columbus.
has worked to create hardwired You are as likely to hear she is
connections in collaboration with at work as see she is at work.
MaxxSouth Broadband and can The chorus of “Hey, Miss Ann!”
now use cameras that feed footage echoes through the busy grocery
directly to the city’s system. store as customers encounter the
With that work completed, the store’s official greeter and unoffi-
city’s IT department and Starkville cial goodwill ambassador and em-
Police Department are collabo- ployee mentor.
rating to expand the surveillance For someone who stands just
camera system throughout town. 4-foot-11 and weighs about 90
Clements said the current plan is pounds, the white-haired 77-year-
to have up to 40 cameras through- old is a huge presence at Kroger.
out Starkville within the next five “All the customers love her,”
years. said Ty Sanders, one of the store’s
Slim Smith/Dispatch Staff
The new cameras will be fo- assistant managers. “All the as- Kroger greeter Ann Wozniak encourages Emalyn Deola, 7, to choose
cused in the Cotton District and sociates love her, too. She has a among the free snacks the story offers to children on Friday afternoon.
Russell Street area, with six of history with Kroger. She’s worked Wozniak said her work as a greeter allows her to spend times with kids,
the 10 planned for deployment See Wozniak, 6A something the grandmother of seven has always enjoyed.
there. The city also plans to put
See Cameras, 6A

Arrest made in connection to Starkville murder
Suspect charged with conspiracy to commit murder; police ed details on Ne-
al’s involvement
active investigation.
Neal is being held in the Ok-
mum on whether further arrests expected in the shooting.
Public Informa-
tibbeha County Jail. He has not
yet made an initial appearance
tion Officer Bran- in Starkville municipal court.
By ALEX HOLLOWAY Starkville, has been charged West Main Arms Apartments
aholloway@cdispatch.com don Lovelady Police have asked that any-
with conspiracy to commit mur- near downtown Starkville after
declined to say one with information on the
Starkville police have arrest- der for the shooting death of Jo- responding to a call of shots whether inves- Neal Jr. case contact Starkville Police
ed a man in connection with a seph Turnipseed Jr., 33. fired in the area just after 10 tigators expect Department at 662-323-4131
Friday night homicide. Police found Turnipseed p.m. Friday. further arrests but said Sunday or Golden Triangle Crimestop-
Henry Neal Jr., 27, of shot to death in a vehicle at the So far, police have not provid- night the case remains under pers at 1-800-530-7151.

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Answers, 6B
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Monday
Say What?
Did you hear? “Our primary goal this year was to make the playoffs. Since
we have achieved that goal, our plan is to use the region
Rap artists and women take tournament for some momentum.”
New Hope girls’ basketball coach Chad Brown on MHSAA

center stage at Grammys tournaments beginning next week. Story, 1B.

Childish Gambino and Kacey Musgraves
both took home four awards Negotiations hit snag as
By DAVID BAUDER
The Associated Press

LOS ANGELES — Rap
mys apiece, and former
first lady Michelle Obama
was a surprise guest at the
shutdown deadline approaches
top of the show on CBS.
artists and women have
felt shunned by the Gram-
Childish Gambino, the ‘I don’t think the Dems on the Border Committee But within that limit, they’ve
also proposed limiting to 16,500 the
stage name of actor Donald
my Awards in recent years. Glover, and another prom- are being allowed by their leaders to make a deal’ number for immigrants here ille-
gally caught within the U.S., includ-
But this year, they both inent rap nominee, Kend- President Donald Trump via Twitter on Sunday
took center stage. ing criminals. Republicans want no
rick Lamar, both declined
Childish Gambino’s By JONATHAN LEMIRE gration laws and have little interest caps on the number of immigrants
invitations to perform or at-
disturbing look at race re- and ALAN FRAM in easing them if Democrats refuse who’ve committed crimes who can
tend Sunday’s show. Some
lations, “This is America,” The Associated Press
to fund the Mexican border wall. be held by ICE.
rap artists feel the Gram-
won record and song of the Trump used the dispute to cast
mys have been slow to rec- Democrats despise the proposed
year on Sunday’s telecast. WASHINGTON — As the White Democrats as soft on criminals.
ognize how the genre now wall and, in return for border secu-
It was the first time a rap- House refused to rule out the pos- “I don’t think the Dems on the
dominates popular music. rity funds, want to curb what they
based song won both of sibility that the federal government Border Committee are being al-
Ludwig Goransson, a see as unnecessarily harsh enforce-
those awards, considered may shut down again, negotiators lowed by their leaders to make a
songwriter and producer ment by ICE.
— with album of the year clashed over whether to limit the deal. They are offering very little
on “This is America,” said People involved in the talks say
— the recording industry’s number of migrants authorities can money for the desperately needed
backstage that he was sur- Democrats have proposed limiting
most prestigious. detain, creating a new hurdle for a Border Wall & now, out of the blue,
prised the victories were the number of immigrants here il-
Kacey Musgraves won border security compromise Con- want a cap on convicted violent fel-
so historic. Just listening to legally who are caught inside the
top album and matched gress can accept. ons to be held in detention!” Trump
the radio, watching the cul- U.S. — not at the border — that the
Childish Gambino with With a Friday deadline ap- tweeted Sunday.
ture and seeing how many agency can detain. Republicans say
four Grammys total. A year proaching, the two sides remained Acting White House chief of staff
rap songs are downloaded they don’t want that cap to apply
after many women felt left separated over how much to spend Mick Mulvaney, in appearances on
is evidence of rap’s impact. to immigrants caught committing
out of the Grammy tele- on President Donald Trump’s NBC’s “Meet the Press” and “Fox
“It’s about time some- crimes, but Democrats do.
cast, they delivered the promised border wall. But rising News Sunday,” said “you absolute-
thing like this happened Democrats say they proposed
night’s most memorable to the fore on Sunday was a related ly cannot” eliminate the possibil-
with the Grammys as well,” their cap to force ICE to concen-
performances. The best dispute over curbing Immigration ity of another shutdown if a deal
Goransson said. trate its internal enforcement ef-
and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, is not reached over the wall and
new artist winner, British Cardi B became the first forts on dangerous immigrants, not
the federal agency that Republicans other border matters. The White
singer Dua Lipa, also cast solo woman to win best rap those who lack legal authority to be
see as an emblem of tough immi- House had asked for $5.7 billion,
major shade on the out- album, although Lauryn
gration policies and Democrats ac- in the country but are productive a figure rejected by the Democrat-
going recording academy Hill was the lead singer
cuse of often going too far. and otherwise pose no threat. Dem- ic-controlled House, and the mood
president. of the Fugees, which won
The fight over ICE detentions ocrats have proposed reducing the among bargainers has soured,
Lady Gaga and Brandi the same award at the 1997
goes to the core of each party’s current number of beds ICE uses according to people familiar with
Carlile won three Gram- Grammys.
view on immigration. Republicans to detain immigrants here illegally the negotiations not authorized to
favor rigid enforcement of immi- from 40,520 to 35,520. speak publicly about private talks.
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Under the capitol dome

Analysis: Tort reform is back at the Mississippi Capitol
Mississippi legislators in 2004 limited pain- have already been skeptical of
people suing businesses, find-
That alone is likely to be a
boon to businesses, because
knew about the violent nature of
the third party, and doesn’t al-
and-suffering damage awards to $1 million ing at least three times since
2002 that a business wasn’t re-
when someone sues a business,
they can argue that most of the
low a plaintiff to establish that
there was an atmosphere of vi-
in most lawsuits and limited such damages sponsible for someone else’s
criminal conduct. But Aldridge
fault belongs to the third par-
ty who assaulted someone in a
olence at a location unless there
was similar violent conduct that
to $500,000 in medical malpractice cases and others claim some judges parking lot. While the business resulted in three felony convic-
aren’t following those decisions, has money and insurance cov- tions on the property within the
By JEFF AMY seemed to be little left on the and that insurers are paying up erage, in many cases the indi- three prior years. So a night-
The Associated Press agenda. rather than risk big verdicts, vidual does not. A jury decides club where the police are called
But business groups have driving up insurance rates. someone suffered $100,000 to break up fights but people
JACKSON — Tort reform is something they still want — to Supporters of the bill have in harm, but the business is at
back at the Mississippi Capitol. aren’t charged and convicted
make it harder for people to repeatedly said businesses fault for only 10 percent.
That term is the shorthand of felonies could be exempt, for
collect damages for injuries have left Mississippi because But bills go further than that
for a yearslong, multistate example, if someone was hurt
caused by a third party on busi- of the problem, but have yet to one change.
campaign by business groups there later.
ness property. respond to requests by The As- Most importantly, the bills
to reduce lawsuit verdicts. In In the legal world, this is Ole Miss law school Profes-
sociated Press to identify them. say a property owner is exempt
Mississippi, it climaxed in a called premises liability. Those who want a change from a lawsuit unless someone sor Farish Percy, who teach-
2004 special legislative session “It’s an easy way to get some say current law is unfair be- can prove they “affirmatively, es tort law, said the bill could
in which lawmakers limited easy money,” Ron Aldridge, cause it’s written to prohibit with a degree of conscious de- make it nearly impossible to
pain-and-suffering damage executive director of the Mis- judges or jurors from assigning cision-making, impelled the prove a property owner bears
awards to $1 million in most sissippi chapter of the National part of the fault for an action to conduct of said third party.” A any responsibility for any injury
lawsuits and limited such dam- Federation of Independent Busi- the criminal or other third party woman who sues after being caused by a third party. That’s
ages to $500,000 in medical nesses, said of such lawsuits. who performed the action. The attacked in a dark parking lot unlike current law, which would
malpractice cases. Aldridge said businesses had two identical versions of what’s without security would have to say a property owner is respon-
In recent years, the titanic originally sought changes in called the Landowners Protec- prove that the business knew sible if they didn’t take reason-
political battle had grown quiet. the 2004 package, but dropped tion Act (House Bill 337 and about the potential harm and let able precautions.
Republican dominance guaran- the demand in exchange for Senate Bill 2901) would change it happen. “I think this is much greater
teed no rollback of Mississippi’s other things they wanted. that by saying jurors or judges They also exempt property protection,” Percy said Thurs-
previous changes, but there Mississippi appeals courts could divide up shares of fault. owners from liability even if they day.

OSCO arrests three suspects
for robbery, assault incidents
By Alex Holloway morning. not firearms.
aholloway@cdispatch.com Norman, Deputies arrested
who OSCO Fleming at a residence in
Oktibbeha County considered Choctaw County on Fri-
Sheriff’s Office has ar- armed and day. Tharp turned him-
rested three men author- da ngerous self in to deputies at the
ities were searching for after the Oktibbeha County-Web-
in a pair of unrelated inci- incident, is ster County line the same
dents from last week. Norman Fleming Tharp
being held day.
OSCO Lt. Jon Davis in the Oktibbeha Coun- searching for Jonathan Fleming’s bond has
said Joshua Norman, ty Jail on burglary and Fleming and Chad Tharp, been set at $15,000, and
25, of Starkville, turned armed robbery charges. both 46. The two men, Tharp’s has been set at
himself in on Saturday. He’s scheduled to make who have each been $6,000. Both men are still
Deputies were looking for an initial appearance in charged with aggravated in the Oktibbeha County
Norman after a reported Oktibbeha County Justice assault, were suspected Jail.
burglary and robbery at a Court today. of attacking two victims
residence on County Lake In an unrelated in- with weapons, which Da-
Road early Wednesday cident, deputies were vis has confirmed were

Relatives plan to sue after Southaven
police kill man at wrong address
District Attorney John Champion: a relatively young officer
went blazing through a
Grand jurors declined to indict closed door,” attorney
Murray Wells said.
anyone, saying at least one officer Wells suggested that
one Southaven officer
saw man sticking a rifle out the door heard another shoot at Lo-
pez’s dog, prompting the
The Associated Press concluded the door was first officer to shoot into
slightly ajar when one bul- the house through the
SOUTHAVEN — A let passed through, and front door, fatally wound-
family plans to sue after was open a little wider ing Lopez.
Mississippi police went when another bullet went But Tony Farese, a
to the wrong house and through. lawyer for officers Sam-
ended up killing a man, “It is unknown if the
lawyers said Thursday, uel Maze and Zachary
door was open or closed Durden, said Lopez was
and they suggested that a
when the projectile to blame because officers
state investigative report
passed through it and saw him point the rifle
they obtained in court
struck the victim in the through a partly opened
would bolster their case.
base of his skull,” the Mis- door. The report shows
Attorneys for Isma-
sissippi Bureau of Investi- investigators concluded
el Lopez’s relatives said
they’ll sue the city of gation report says. Maze fired at a pit bull
Southaven and two of- Lawyers for the Lopez that ran out the front door,
ficers who fired shots, family acknowledge that a while Durden fired at the
news outlets reported. .22-caliber rifle was found door, including the bul-
Lopez was shot inside his near the door, but they let that went through the
home on July 23, 2017, as dispute that the mechanic door and struck Lopez in
officers were trying to lo- pointed it, saying his body the back of the head, fatal-
cate a suspect who lived was found some distance ly wounding him.
across the street. away inside the mobile “Bottom line is, it’s a
District Attorney John home. justified shooting,” Fa-
Champion said in July “I have very serious rese said. “DA’s looked at
that grand jurors declined questions about wheth- it. FBI’s looked at it. When
to indict anyone, saying at er this is an accidental people knock at your door
least one officer saw Lo- shooting and a cover-up, and you point a gun at uni-
pez sticking a rifle out the and that the gun was con- formed police officers —
door. veniently used as part of that’s not the way I go to
State investigators cover-up to explain why the door.”

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Musings
Seussical: The Presidency
If you want to a warm blanket, peace and legislation, there memorable phrase. This guy president to believe that was
know why people past all care, living cannot be war and investiga- rhymes. Richard Nixon, who vanished
in America shoot in that beautiful tion,” said the nation’s chief Still, there’s something to into the smoke of history, and
so much heroin, re- moment just before reason to shoot smack. agree with in this bit of poetic who was so universally reviled
watch Pres. Donald you fall asleep after And I came away with that, wisdom. You cannot have that he had to be pardoned
J. Trump’s State of a hard day’s work. just the way I still remember peace when you’re at war, so we could forget about him
the Union address. Of course, many the lyrics to bad disco songs because war is not peaceful, faster.
Oh, sure, we had of them haven’t from my high school years. and peace is not warlike. Com- Not so Trump. No one will
a drug problem worked in a while, I keep getting older, but the pletely opposite things, war pardon him at the end, and
long before Trump don’t own a blanket lyrics to “Ring My Bell” aren’t and peace. If they weren’t two they may not be able to if he
became president, and are sleeping on leaving me anytime soon. completely different things, becomes president for life,
but Trump is the the floor of a drug It’s an amazing phrase, that Russian guy would have hickory dickory dock, just like
only president Marc Dion house. But you get containing all the wisdom of a called his novel, “War and Papa Doc.
whose public mut- the point. tweet, and it rhymes. Peace, Like There’s a Differ- I’m going to go lie down on
terings make me I don’t listen to It’s the politics of Dr. Seuss ence.” the couch now, maybe fold my
think about catching a heroin the State of the Union address, (although Seuss was kind of a Lotta wisdom in those Rus- hands over my stomach and
habit just to turn down the no matter whose turn it is to lefty.) Even the name “Trump” sians. Ask Trump. They can wait for that good, drowsy,
sound a little. Bear in mind, I be president. I wait until I can sounds a little Seuss-ical, put things in a nutshell, the not-caring feeling that comes
have no history of drug abuse, get a copy of the damn thing, although most of the word Russians. “War and Peace.” just before sleep.
and I went to high school in and then I read it to myself. that rhyme with “Trump” are It’s short and it says it all, but Marc Dion, a nationally syn-
the ‘70s. Only Trump could I did that with Trump’s most unfortunate, particularly in a it doesn’t rhyme. If the guy dicated columnist, is a reporter
make my veins itch for the recent verbal evacuation. children’s book. who wrote it couldn’t make it and columnist for The Herald
needle. Judging from what I read, if I’d No matter! Let other nation- rhyme, maybe he wasn’t such News, the daily newspaper of his
Heroin addicts of often say watched it live, I would have al leaders content themselves a good writer. So sad. hometown, Fall River, Massa-
the drug makes them feel like overdosed by now. with the alliterative sentence, I’m less sure about legisla- chusetts. For more on Dion, go
they’re drowsy, wrapped in “If there is going to be the sonorous call to action, the tion and investigation. The last to go to www.creators.com.

Letters to the editor
Voice of the people
Offensive
A lot of high-ranking elected government officials
are being “asked” to resign over something they
did years ago, when they were teenagers in college.
Something stupid, but everybody else was doing it,
too. Apparently it doesn’t matter what or how much
good they’ve done since they matured, or entered
public life. Oh no! Somebody put on black-face or
wore a Confederate Army uniform to a fraternity
party. Hang the culprits! We can’t allow such degener-
ates to hold public office!!
I urge everybody, especially those of us who call
ourselves “Christian” to pause and remember two
things. First, let he who is without sin cast the first
stone. If everybody had their college, or high school
days exposed for public fare, I really doubt any of
us would be very happy. I know I made some huge
“mistakes” in my youth, and I sure as hell don’t want
them publicized.
Second, forgive us our trespasses as we forgive
those who trespass against us... Forgiving somebody
who wronged you isn’t easy. I know. But if we expect
God to forgive our sins we commit against Him, we
should be man (or woman) enough to forgive those
who hurt us.
If we’re going to condemn someone for doing
something foolish when they were 18, or 22, why do
we allow people in that age range to vote? Science
says that the human brain doesn’t mature until
around age 25, or so I’ve read. Really, we need to raise
the voting age so fewer immature people will be gum-
ming up the works with stupid votes. If they’re not
responsible for pranks at that age, what makes their
votes responsible?
Don’t misunderstand my position. I do not condone
anybody doing a black-face as a joke or frat hazing or
anything else. I do think that way too many people
are way too thin-skinned and look for opportunities to
play offended when there was no intent to offend, and
most sane people wouldn’t think of being offended.
We were all kids once, immature young people
with no thought to the future, nor what it holds. If
people cannot look at what a person/candidate/public
official has done recently, as in his/her careers, then
I submit there isn’t a person alive worthy of public
office.
One more Biblical quote to get people thinking,
judge not, lest ye be judged by the same merit.
Cameron Triplett
Brooksville

Owns label
It puzzles me why Mr. Triplett feels it necessary to
point out that I must be or certainly am a liberal in his
recent letters. I’ll wear that badge proudly if it means
I am for equal pay for women, national healthcare for
all citizens, equal rights for people of the LGBT com-
munity, sensible gun control, sensible immigration
policies, having the rich pay their fair share (elimi-
nating the cap on social security tax, etc), increasing
the minimum wage so that people who work full time
hours don’t have to access the welfare system just to
be able to eat, looking into the justice system to make
sure the minorities are not being treated differently,
affordable college tuition, etc. In other words taking
care of people — all people and not just the 1 percent.
I have my opinions and he has his. I’ll just leave it
at that.
Jerry Fortenberry
Columbus

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Parents question whether shooting drills traumatize kids
Thirty-nine states require lockdown, active-shooter or similar drills; force has proposed twice-yearly
active-shooter drills.
in Washington, D.C., in October.
After Columbine, lockdowns
a Mississippi task force has proposed twice-yearly active-shooter drills But even as the drills become
routine for many of the nation’s
that involved bolting the door
and crouching quietly out of
By CAROLYN THOMPSON traumatize kids. Schools have since changed the 51 million elementary and sec- sight became the norm. In 2013,
The Associated Press April Sullivan was pleasant- way they conduct drills, making ondary public school students, the Department of Education
ly surprised by an “I love you, clear at the start that the events there is no consensus on how recommended giving staff lati-
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Long
Mom” text from her daughter are not real and notifying parents they should be conducted, ex- tude to evacuate, barricade class-
before an ex-student opened
last May, even though she knew as the drill begins or right after, perts said. No data exists, for room doors or, as a last resort,
fire on his former classmates in
the eighth-grader wasn’t sup- district spokesman Andy Jenks example, to show whether a drill fight back by throwing things or
Parkland, Florida, many school
districts conducted regular posed to be using her cellphone said. with simulated gunfire is more rushing the attacker.
shooting drills — exercises that during school in Short Pump, The backlash underlines the effective or whether an exercise “Do you really want it to be
sometimes included simulated Virginia. But she did not know challenges administrators face that’s been announced in ad- your kid who’s the one who takes
gunfire and blood and often hap- that her child sent it while sup- in deciding how far to go in the vance is taken less seriously than the bullet and winds up with a
pened with no warning that the posedly hiding from an intruder. name of preparedness. a surprise. plaque in the lobby of the school
attack wasn’t real. The girl didn’t know the “code Thirty-nine states require “Some hard data on each saying he went down as a hero?”
The drills began taking shape blue” alert was a drill. lockdown, active-shooter or sim- question are needed with ur- asked Bethel Park, Pennsylva-
after the Columbine High School “To find out later she sent that ilar safety drills. Other states gency,” said University at Buffa- nia, parent Nanette Adams, who
shooting in 1999. But 20 years text because she was in fear for have less explicit requirements lo professor Jeremy Finn, who disagreed with the decision to
later, parents are increasingly her life did not sit well with me,” or leave it to districts, according gathered experts from around adopt a widely used safety pro-
questioning elements of the prac- Sullivan said. to the Education Commission the country to evaluate school se- tocol during a September drill at
tice, including whether the drills Henrico County Public of the States. A Mississippi task curity measures at a conference her 15-year-old son’s high school.

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in Bolivar County pending $500K bail funeral.
“The casket, know-
The Associated Press hasn’t responded to re- ing that she was in it and
quests for comment from stuff, but I can’t see her,”
SHAW — The father The Associated Press. Floyd said.
of a 20-month-old Missis- “When I was told that Floyd said he first met
sippi Delta girl who po- she was gone, I wasn’t Jones when the girl was
lice say was stabbed and trying to hear nothing born.
placed in a hot oven says nobody else had to say,” “She was warm and
he still struggles with his Floyd said of a phone call friendly. You never
emotions over her death. he received at work in- would’ve thought she
John Floyd told
forming him of his daugh- would have done some-
WREG-TV that he’s been
ter’s death. “I was mad, ... thing like that,” he said.
trying to understand what
wanting to get revenge.” “But at the same time, I
happened since Royal-
According to investiga- want to say it’s really hard
ty Marie Floyd’s Oct. 15
death at a home in Shaw. tors, it wasn’t until Jones’ to predict somebody and
A preliminary autopsy twin brother asked about what they will or won’t do
found the toddler was still the toddler that the grand- until they do it.”
alive when she was placed mother told him she was Floyd said after Royal-
in the oven and that she in the oven. The brother ty was born Jones volun-
died from stab wounds drove to the Shaw Police teered to care for her so
and thermal injuries. Department for help, Royalty’s mother could
The toddler’s grand- police said, and when return to work.
mother, Carolyn Jones, is an officer returned, the “We decided not to go
charged with first-degree stove was sideways with a with a daycare,” he said.
murder and is jailed in counter blocking the oven Royalty’s mother de-
Bolivar County pending door. Royalty was still in- clined a request for an in-
$500,000 bail. Her lawyer side the hot oven. terview.

Dems’ 2020 field now includes Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar
By SARA BURNETT partisan cooperation, did But she did bemoan the
The Associated Press not utter Trump’s name conduct of “foreign policy
during her kickoff speech. by tweet.”
MINNEAPOLIS —
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klo-
buchar on Sunday joined
the growing group of Dem-
ocrats jostling to be pres-
ident and positioned her-
self as the most prominent
Midwestern candidate in
the field, as her party tries
to win back voters in a re-
gion that helped put Don-
ald Trump in the White
House.
“For every American,
I’m running for you,” she
told an exuberant crowd
gathered on a freezing,
snowy afternoon at a park
along the Mississippi Riv-
er with the Minneapolis
skyline in the background.
“And I promise you this:
As your president, I will
look you in the eye. I will
tell you what I think. I will
focus on getting things
done. That’s what I’ve
done my whole life. And no
matter what, I’ll lead from
the heart,” the three-term
senator said.
Klobuchar, who has
prided herself for achiev-
ing results through bi-
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The city of Starkville is preparing to deploy 10 new cameras in an upgrade to its camera system. Most will be de-
ployed in the Cotton District/Russell Street corridors, with others planned to go near major intersections or at parks.

Cameras
Continued from Page 1A
up a camera at the Sportsplex, at
the intersection by the Walmart in
‘We hope that not only will (the cameras) deter
west Starkville on Highway 12, at
the intersection of Stark Road and
crime because they’re high visibility, but we hope
Highway 182 and in J.L. King Park.
“They (SPD) want to form a ring
they continue to assist with incident investigations’
SPD Public Information Officer Brandon Lovelady
around town, all the major roads
coming and going,” Clements said.
lady said. “We can say this type “Even though you have the lim-
“(If there) is an incident and we
of vehicle went through this inter- itations with those because of the
do get a description of the vehicle,
section. It may not give you a tag data, they’re a lot more mobile be-
then hopefully we can catch that cause you can unstrap them from
vehicle exiting town and get a tag number or a face every time, but
if something happens in the area, the pole and put them up some-
number and things like that. where else,” he said. “Those will
“And of course in the entertain- you can go back and look at the
footage.” essentially become mobile units.”
ment district — the Cotton District Mayor Lynn Spruill said she
and downtown area where we tend Lovelady said the cameras are
disk-shaped with four high-defi- thinks the new cameras are a pro-
to have large crowds for gameday active approach for safety.
weekends and special events,” he nition stationary cameras on each
“We have and we foster a vari-
added. mount. He added they’re visible,
ety of large events, Bulldog Bash
SPD Public Information Offi- with flashing lights on them. being one and the Cotton District
cer Brandon Lovelady said the “We hope that not only will they Arts Festival being another, that
cameras have worked well so far, deter crime because they’re high we wish to continue to increase
and have helped with felony and visibility, but we hope they contin- to bring more and more people to
misdemeanor case investigations. ue to assist with incident investiga- town,” she said. “With that, I think,
Lovelady said that, while they can tions,” he said. comes a heightened awareness
be watched live, they’re going to be Clements said he hopes to have that you have an obligation for their
used to record footage which the the new cameras fully implement- safety and security. It gives us an
police department can use during ed in six weeks. He said the city opportunity to anticipate issues
investigations. will keep the old cameras, which and go back and research issues, if
“Say there’s an incident,” Love- can be used in different locations. any occur.”

Wozniak
Continued from Page 1A
here before. That’s one of her grandparents on the cades, she worked at gro- three children, seven
the reasons we decided Southside — “on the S cery stores that no longer grandchildren and eight
to hire her back.” curve,” she calls it. exist — Jitney Jungle, great-grandchildren.
Wozniak’s primary “My little grand- A&P and Big Star — be- They live in their home in
role is to greet customers mother was just the fore going to work at Kro- New Hope with a daugh-
as they enter the store, sweetest person. She ger when it opened where ter and two grandchil-
but since returning to worked like a dog to take the Columbus Police De- dren, the elder having
Kroger in June, she’s tak- care of all of us,” Wozniak partment is today. just won Most Beautiful
en on a variety of roles. said. “She had six sons “She’s become kind at Ole Miss last week —
“I play with kids that gave her a whole lot of a morale-builder for which anyone who dark-
and help customers,” of trouble. I saw some the store,” Sanders said. ens the threshold at Kro-
Wozniak said. “When ugly stuff growing up. “She’s a very positive ger likely knows by now.
I’m working on the other I had an uncle that was influence. She always She still drives and
end of the store, next to murdered when I was 7. comes in with a smile is still driven. Her work
the pharmacy, I look out It was just a hard life.” on her face and ready to keeps her engaged, but
for the old people, even When Wozniak was work.” as much as anything, she
though I’m an old person 11, Ira and Jessie Fuqua, Wozniak says she en- works because she be-
myself. So many older who owned a grocery courages her co-workers lieves she has something
people come to get their store on the Southside, to do the same. to share with her young
medicines and I’m always took pity on the ragged, “I tell the checkers
co-workers.
watching out for them, to bare-footed child and of- that as soon as the cus-
“I’ve had a good life,”
see if they need help.” fered her a job. tomer walks up, you
she said. “I can’t say but
As an example, last “You see how short I make eye contact and
what I’ve had to do in my
week, she said she no- am? Well, imagine how talk to them,” she said.
life has helped me learn
ticed an older lady using little I was back then,” “They forget to do that
a walker whose shoe was she said. “They had to sometimes, so I remind to appreciate what I have.
untied. build me a little box to them.” Maybe I wouldn’t have
“She was there with a stand on so I could see Wozniak represents a appreciated things if I
younger person, but who over the counter.” major trend in the work- hadn’t grown up so hard.
do you think got down Aside from two stints place. “That’s what I want
on the floor and tied her where she and her hus- Far more Americans young people to know,”
shoe?” Wozniak said. band, Ted, operated their age 65 and older are in she added. “Maybe I can
“Young people don’t pay own restaurant in New the workforce today. Be- show them. I walked to
attention like they should Hope — “we cooked the tween 2011 and 2016, se- work when I was 11 years
sometimes. They forget.” old food, with all the good nior citizen employment old. I believe young peo-
Wozniak does not for- stuff that everybody says increased by 35 percent, ple need to work and
get. you’re not supposed to according to a Senior- make their own money
It’s the memory of her eat now” — Wozniak Living.com study. Senior and not have to depend
own difficult childhood spent almost all of her 60- citizens are projected to on anybody. At the end of
that seems to have hard- plus years in the grocery be the fastest-growing the day, you can’t blame
ened her resolve, but business working in the segment in the workforce the kind of life you have
made tender her heart. meat departments. through 2024. on anybody else. It’s up
Wozniak was raised by During those six de- The Wozniaks had to you.”

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Region tournaments next up for area teams
By Scot t Walters
Inside tests.
swalters@cdispatch.com The New Hope boys (15-12) have
n SCHEDULE: Pairings for this week’s
MHSAA region and MAIS North State also clinched a spot in the playoffs,
Valentine’s Day week finds sev- after advancing to Jackson a year
tournaments, Page 3B
eral area basketball teams looking ago.
for love in postseason play. The New Hope girls face Leake
Region tournaments begin this Central Thursday night, while the
week around the Mississippi High “Our primary goal this year was
New Hope boys take on Louisville.
School Activities Association (MH- to make the playoffs,” New Hope
Wins by either squad Thursday
SAA). Statewide, 48 tournaments girls’ coach Chad Brown said.
would guarantee home-court ad-
will take place, helping shape the “Since we have achieved that goal, vantage to start the playoffs.
field for postseason play, which be- our plan is to use the region tourna- Both Columbus teams face Ox-
gins next Monday. ment for some momentum.” ford Tuesday in the Class 6A, Re-
In the Mississippi Association In some of the smaller classifi- gion 2 tournament at Tupelo High
of Independent Schools (MAIS), cations, some teams have indeed School. Tuesday’s winners will
North State championships are on clinched. However, the season will clinch a playoff berth, while Tues- David Miller/Special to The Dispatch
the table this week in three differ- be on the line for dozens of others Jabria Snell (11) and the rest of the Columbus Lady
day’s losers still have a chance to
Falcons begin region tournament play Tuesday.
ent classifications. when they play opening-round con- See PREP, 4B

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: No. 6 Mississippi State 91, Tennessee 63

CHANGE OF FORTUNE
Danberry sparks
defensive effort in
blowout victory
By Adam Minichino than the Mississippi State
aminichino@cdispatch.com senior guard.
Danberry offered
STARKVILLE — Jor- another chapter to a
dan Danberry in attack first-team All-Southeast-
mode is a scary thought ern Conference season
for defenses. Sunday with a 20-point,
Whether it’s in tight four-assist effort in the
spaces or in the open No. 6 MSU women’s bas-
floor, there are few play- ketball team’s 91-63 victo-
ers in the country who are ry against Tennessee in a
faster and more athletic See NOTEBOOK, 4B

Kelly Donoho/MSU Athletic Media Relations
Teammates Anriel Howard, Teaira McCowan and Jordan Danberry celebrate a big play against Tennessee Sunday.

After decades without success, Bulldogs have taken five of last six from Lady Vols
By Adam Minichino
NEXT GAME me or not.”
aminichino@cdispatch.com Scott made the most of her 15
n Missouri, 8 p.m. Thursday (SEC
Network; WKBB-FM 100.9) minutes off the bench by going
STARKVILLE — Bre’Amber 5-for-8 from the field and 2-for-3
Scott was just trying to make a play. from the free-throw line. She also
Little did the Mississippi State a Southeastern Conference game showed she was back to 100 per-
sophomore know her layup from before a crowd of 10,021 at Hum- cent after she missed the game
what appeared to be from behind phrey Coliseum. against Alabama last Sunday and
the backboard trigged a deluge of “I just feel like I can do multi- was cleared Monday after suffering
unprecedented proportions. ple things,” said Scott, who had 13 from concussion symptoms.
Scott’s basket provided the spark points and was one of five Bulldogs Scott showed no ill effects from
that she helped flame in the fourth in double figures. “It opens up the the one-game absence, as she
Kelly Donoho/MSU Athletic Media Relations quarter as the No. 6 MSU women’s floor for my teammates. I can either scored 11 points in the second half,
MSU senior Jordan Danberry (24) scored 20 points in basketball team pulled away for a drive or shoot it, so with that it is including nine in a 30-14 fourth
the Bulldogs’ 91-63 win over Tennessee Sunday. 91-63 victory against Tennessee in they don’t know whether to guard See ROUT, 4B

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Game week arrives for MSU baseball at new Dudy Noble Field
From Special Reports three unique fan areas – Farm are available for purchase via 2:00 p.m. — Gates open Ron Polk Ring of Honor Plaque
Bureau Triple Crown Club, HailState.com/tickets for $5 3:40 p.m. — Ceremonial Induction ceremony for the
STARKVILLE — In five Charlie and Dana Stevenson per game. opening of the stadium and first Inaugural Ron Polk Ring of
days the Mississippi State base- Omaha Club and The Rooftop The festivities for the week- pitch by former head coach Ron Honor
ball program will open argu- Club – along with double the end will include the following Polk NOTE: Adkerson Plaza will
ably the finest facility in college concession points of sale. schedule of events: 4 p.m. — First Pitch vs be cleared following ceremony
baseball when the new Dudy Boasting 33-straight seasons Youngstown State for re-entry with tickets
Noble Field opens its gates for of selling out the reserved seat- Noon — Gates open
the first series of the 2019 sea- ing areas, Dudy Noble Field Friday, February 15th Noon — Diamond Dawgs
son. The weekend will feature owns 17 of the top 20 largest Opening Day at the new Saturday, February 16th Alumni Tailgate Opens
a bevy of special promotions, on-campus crowds in college Dudy Noble Field Giveaway: 1,000 Inaugural
RSVP information available
dedications and recognitions, baseball history and the top Giveaway: 1,000 Inaugural Season commemorative cups
at HailState.com/openingweek-
with a complete list provided four on-campus NCAA Super Season commemorative base- Live music pregame in the
end
below to help the Diamond Regional attendances. balls Right Field Plaza beginning at
1:45 p.m. – Ceremonial
Dawg faithful plan for the his- Former Diamond Dawgs are Live music pregame in the noon.
first pitches by Ring of Honor
toric weekend. invited to join us for the his- Right Field Plaza beginning at Schedule of Events:
inductees Jeff Brantley, Will
The largest on-campus facil- toric opening weekend, with 2 p.m. 11:30 a.m. — Ron Polk Ring
Clark and Rafael Palmeiro
ity in college baseball, the re- each former student-athlete Schedule of Events: of Honor induction ceremony
2:00 p.m. – First pitch vs
built Dudy Noble Field features receiving two complimentary 1:30 p.m. – Ribbon cutting & Featured guests: Jeff Brant-
Youngstown State
a 360-degree view of the playing tickets to each game. Tickets statue unveiling ley, Will Clark, family of the
surface with 130,000-square must be claimed in advance Featured guests: Will Clark, late David “Boo” Ferriss, family
feet of space along the con- via HailState.com/tickets us- Rafael Palmeiro and Ron Polk of the late C.R. “Dudy” Noble, Sunday, February 17th
course and berm areas. The ing the promo code received in Unveiling of Rafael Palmeiro Rafael Palmeiro and Ron Polk Kids Day at the Park pre-
three-year baseball facility your alumni email. If you have & Will Clark “Thunder and Welcome & opening by Jim sented by Le Bonheur
project totaling $68 million is questions, or did not receive the Lightning” statues, sculpted Ellis, the Voice of the Diamond Kids can run the bases fol-
set to open against Youngstown alumni email, please visit Hail- and generously donated by Dr. Dawgs lowing the game
State. The project includes State.com/openingweekend for Rusty Reid Dedication of Richard Ad- 10 a.m. — Gates Open
96 Left Field Lounge rigs, 20 more information. Recognition of construction kerson Plaza Noon — First pitch vs
suites, 12 Left Field Loft units, General admission tickets and project management teams Dedication and unveiling of Youngstown State
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Mississippi State Prep Basketball 12:30 p.m.
Men’s tennis defeats Tulane at Texas Tech MHSAA Region Tournament/MAIS North State Tournament Crowley’s Ridge at Mississippi University for Women (DH), 1 p.m.
LUBBOCK, Texas — Midnight may have struck, but not before the Schedules, Page 3B Ole Miss at UCLA, 3 p.m.
No. 3 Mississippi State men’s tennis team earned its sixth consecutive Alabama vs. Cal State Fullerton (Tucson, Arizona), 3:30 p.m.
victory to start 2019, grinding out a 4-1 win in another great battle with Prep Baseball Alabama at Arizona, 5:45 p.m.
No. 19 Tulane late Saturday evening. Today’s Game
The Bulldogs (6-0), behind their 17th straight doubles point and Sunday’s Games
Heritage Academy at Jackson Prep, 6:30 p.m.
key moments down the stretch, held off the Green Wave (4-2) Saturday Ole Miss vs. Boise State (Westwood, California), 11 a.m.
Tuesday’s Game
night indoors at The Falls Tennis and Athletic Club. With the win, MSU Alabama vs. UIC (Tucson, Arizona), 1:15 p.m.
won its sixth straight against the Green Wave, and have won 10 of the Starkville Academy at Washington School, 6 p.m.
Hiwassee at Mississippi University for Women (DH), 2 p.m.
last 12 meetings in the series. Thursday’s Games
“Great effort from our boys tonight,” head coach Matt Roberts Magnolia Heights at Heritage Academy, 6 p.m. Men’s College Golf
said. “Tulane always gives us everything we can handle. I was most Starkville Academy at Hartfield Academy, 6 p.m. Today’s Match
impressed by how we stayed together when the pressure was at its Southern Miss at Mobile Sports Authority Intercollegiate (Mobile,
highest. We will learn from these indoor matches and continue to Friday’s Game
improve. Now, it’s on to Chicago for National Indoors. Hail State!” Lamar School at Heritage Academy, 6 p.m. Alabama)
In doubles, the Bulldogs would need another gutsy effort if they Saturday’s Game Tuesday’s Match
were to start with an early 1-0 lead. Sixth-ranked Niclas Braun and Indianola Academy at Heritage Academy, 6 p.m. Southern Miss at Mobile Sports Authority Intercollegiate (Mobile,
Giovanni Oradini gave State a good start, taking a close 6-4 win on Alabama)
court 2 over Tulane’s Tim Ruetzel and Hamish Stewart.
Note: MHSAA Preseason games will be played Saturday
Saturday’s Match
On court 3, State’s duo of Trevor Foshey and Gregor Ramskogler Prep Soccer Mississippi State at SunTrust Invitational (Gainesville, Florida)
remained undefeated in 2018-19, clinching MSU’s 17th straight doubles Today’s Match
point with a thrilling 7-6(1) victory against Luis Erlenbusch and Tyler Sunday’s Matches
Schick. No. 34 Nuno Borges and Strahinja Rakic were in a tiebreaker at
Heritage Academy at Starkville Academy, 5 p.m.
Alabama at Puerto Rico Classic (Rio Mar Beach, Puerto Rico)
No. 1 at the time of MSU’s clincher. Tuesday’s Match
Mississippi State at SunTrust Invitational (Gainesville, Florida)
The fifth-ranked All-American Borges quickly pushed MSU’s lead Magnolia Heights at Starkville Academy, 5 p.m.
to 2-0 with a 6-3, 6-4 triumph over TU’s No. 63 Moore on court 1. Thursday’s Match Men’s College Tennis
Oradini, ranked 66th nationally, then upended Tulane’s 42nd- Starkville Academy at Magnolia Heights, 4:30 p.m. Wednesday’s Match
ranked Erlenbusch in a hard-fought, 7-5, 6-4 decision on court 2 to give
State a commanding 3-0 lead. Men’s College Basketball South Alabama at Southern Miss, 1:30 p.m.
Friday’s Matches
But Tulane battled back, taking the first set on courts 3-5 to try and Tuesday’s Games
mount a comeback effort. The Green Wave’s lone point came when Mississippi University for Women at Champion Christian, 6 p.m. Louisiana College at Mississippi University for Women, 6 p.m.
Stewart earned a tough three-set win over Rakic on court 3—7-6(8), ITA National Team Indoors (Chicago, Illinois)
4-6, 6-2. Alabama at Mississippi State, 8 p.m.
Wednesday’s Game Saturday’s Matches
Moments later, in another three-set battle, MSU’s All-SEC star
Braun came through for the Bulldogs. The 64th-ranked Bulldog senior Ole Miss at Auburn, 7:30 p.m. Southern Miss vs. Texas-Rio Grande Valley (Beaumont, Texas), 10 a.m.
battled back from a set down to oust TU’s Dane Esses on court 4, Thursday’s Game ITA National Team Indoors (Chicago, Illinois)
winning 6-7(3), 6-4, 6-2 to seal the victory for the Maroon and White. Sunday’s Matches
MSU’s 98th-ranked Foshey trailed No. 74 Schick 6-1, 5-2 on court
UTSA at Southern Miss, 7 p.m.
Saturday’s Games Southern Miss at Lamar, Noon
5, while Florian Broska was knotted up in a 4-all deadlock in the first set
with Akos Kotorman at No. 6, at the time of Braun’s clincher. Florida at Alabama, 1 p.m. ITA National Team Indoors (Chicago, Illinois)
n Basketball to wear special uniforms: At Starkville, Mississippi Missouri at Ole Miss, 2:30 p.m. Women’s College Tennis
State is one of 11 schools across the country that will wear adidas UTEP at Southern Miss, 4 p.m. Thursday’s Matches
uniforms inspired by the Harlem Renaissance in honor of Black History
Month this February. Mississippi State at Arkansas, 7:30 p.m. Alcorn State at Ole Miss (DH), 1 p.m.
The Bulldog men will wear the “Ballroom Uniforms” on February 23 Women’s College Basketball Friday’s Matches
against South Carolina while State’s women will wear them on February Today’s Game Southern Miss at Alabama State, 2 p.m.
24 to host Vanderbilt. Central Florida at Alabama, 5 p.m.
The Harlem Renaissance was a creative movement in the early Kentucky at Alabama, 6 p.m.
20th Century spanning the 1910s to the mid-1930s. In this era, the Re- Thursday’s Games Louisiana College at Mississippi University for Women, 6 p.m.
naissance ballroom became a place that epitomized basketball culture Vanderbilt at Ole Miss, 7 p.m. Saturday’s Match
as local teams played on the same wooden floors that were used for Southern Miss at UTSA, 7 p.m. North Alabama at Mississippi State (DH), Noon
ballroom dance events and jazz shows. Sunday’s Matches
“At adidas, we created the Celebrating Black Culture program as
Missouri at Mississippi State, 8 p.m.
a way of honoring our past throughout Black History Month, but also Saturday’s Game Southern Miss at Troy, 10 a.m.
across the entire calendar year,” said Adam Laitsas, Senior Director Southern Miss at UTEP, Noon Central Florida at Ole Miss, 11 a.m.
for adidas Basketball in North America. “We firmly believe that through
sport, we have the power to change lives, and we’re humbled to be able
Sunday’s Games College Track and Field
Mississippi State at Texas A&M, 1 p.m. Friday’s Meets
to celebrate these historical sport moments through the new Harlem
Renaissance collection.” Alabama at Auburn, 3 p.m. Alabama, Mississippi State at Alex Wilson Invitational (South Bend,
MSU’s jerseys are inspired by the wooden floors of the ballrooms College Baseball Indiana)
and feature a pattern that mimics the fabrics and prints of the 1920s. Friday’s Games Mississippi State at South Carolina Invite (Columbia, South Caro-
The jerseys feature a unique bean stitch texture around the team name,
Presbyterian at Alabama, 3 p.m. lina)
and the shorts display the word “BALLROOM” on the inner waistband.
All players will wear a “Celebrating Black Culture” patch on their chest. Youngstown State at Mississippi State, 4 p.m. Saturday’s Meet
n Softball falls to Stephen F. Austin: At Starkville, freshman Wright State at Ole Miss, 4 p.m. Alabama, Mississippi State at Alex Wilson Invitational (South Bend,
Lady Jack Kassidy Wilbur kept No. 24 Mississippi State softball’s Purdue at Southern Miss, 4 p.m. Indiana)
(4-1) powerful offense in check as Stephen F. Austin (4-1) topped the
Bulldogs, 1-0, at Nusz Park on Sunday to claim the Bulldog Kickoff
Saturday’s Games Junior College Basketball
Classic title. Wright State at Ole Miss, 1:30 p.m. Today’s Games
Wilbur limited the Bulldogs to just two hits over Sunday’s finale. Youngstown State at Mississippi State, 2 p.m. Women: EMCC at Northwest, 5 p.m.
Mississippi State worked the count at the plate to draw four walks and a Presbyterian at Alabama, 3 p.m. Men: EMCC at Northwest, 7 p.m.
hit by pitch, but could not capitalize on the free passes. Wilbur struck out Purdue at Southern Miss, 4 p.m.
nine total in the contest. Women: Itawamba at Mississippi Delta, 6 p.m.
Junior outfielder Fa Leilua and senior outfielder Kat Moore both Sunday’s Games Men: Itawamba at Mississippi Delta, 8 p.m.
knocked two-out singles in the bottom of the third for create the best Youngstown State at Mississippi State, 1 p.m. Thursday’s Games
scoring opportunity for the Bulldogs, but Wilbur forced a strikeout to Presbyterian at Alabama, 1 p.m. Women: Coahoma at Itawamba, 5:30 p.m.
keep MSU off the board. Purdue at Southern Miss, 1 p.m.
The Lady Jacks lone run came in the top of the second after SFA Men: Coahoma at Itawamba, 7:30 p.m.
Wright State at Ole Miss, 1:30 p.m.
got two on via a single to left field and a walk with one out. Freshman
Lane College at Mississippi University for Women (DH), 2 p.m.
Junior College Baseball
pitcher Grace Fagan forced a fly out to left, allowing the Lady Jack base Friday’s Games
runner to tag up to third.
A two-out single in no man’s land between second and third was
College Softball EMCC vs. Gordon State (Marianna, Florida), 11 a.m.
deep enough to plate the lone run of the game. Wednesday’s Games EMCC at Chipola, 2 p.m.
Fagan (1-1) tossed the first three innings of the contest allowing Mississippi University for Women at Rust College (DH), 2 p.m. Saturday’s Games
one run off four hits and two walks, while fanning a pair. Sophomore Southern Miss at Nicholls State, 6 p.m. EMCC vs. Gordon State (Marianna, Florida), 10 a.m.
pitcher Emily Williams recorded three innings of work, allowing three Thursday’s Games
hits and striking out five. Junior Alyssa Loza tossed the final frame and EMCC vs. Columbia State (Marianna, Florida), 1 p.m.
Mississippi State vs. Southern Illinois (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico), 10 a.m. Rend Lake at Itawamba (DH), 1 p.m.
allowed one hit and struck out two.
Ole Miss at Loyola Marymount, 4 p.m.
n Women’s golf finishes second: At Shoal Creek, Alabama, in
its opening competition of the spring, the Mississippi State women’s golf Mississippi State vs. Washington (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico), 6 p.m. Junior College Softball
team placed second in the Shootout at Shoal Creek held at the Shoal Friday’s Games Today’s Games
Creek Golf Course right outside Birmingham. Mississippi State vs. Sacramento State (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico), Itawamba at Bevill State (DH), Noon
The Bulldogs posted 19 birdies in the opening round of the year, Wednesday’s Games
which led head coach Ginger Brown-Lemm’s squad to their 3-over par, 10 a.m.
Ole Miss vs. UC Riverside (Westwood, California), 11 a.m. Snead State at Itawamba (DH), 2 p.m.
291 second-place finish. Auburn claimed the team title, while Ole Miss
finished third. Southern Miss vs. UT-Arlington (Waco, Texas), 12:30 p.m. Saturday’s Games
Lemm-Brown was excited to see her team’s offseason work pay off Alabama vs. South Florida (Tucson, Arizona), 1:15 p.m. EMCC vs. Wabash Valley (Booneville), 9 a.m.
on a tough course in a competitive field.
Ole Miss vs. Cal Poly (Westwood, California), 1:30 p.m. Itawamba at Marion Military (DH), Noon
“I am super proud of our commitment and resilience on a very EMCC vs. Frontier (Booneville), 1 p.m.
difficult course with challenging conditions. We proved all the wedge Alabama vs. New Mexico (Tucson, Arizona), 3:30 p.m.
work we have done in the offseason to be a strong contributor to our Southern Miss at Baylor, 5:30 p.m. Junior College Tennis
scoring today. We started the day 3-under par in the first two holes and Saturday’s Games Friday’s Matches
4-under par in the last two holes. We are showing significant signs of Southern Miss vs. Sam Houston State (Waco, Texas), 10 a.m. Itawamba at Holmes, 1 p.m.
growth for this young squad.”
Freshman Hannah Levi led MSU, tying for third. She fired five Ole Miss vs. Oregon State (Westwood, California), Noon Saturday’s Matches
birdies, three of those being on the back nine, and finished 1-under par. Mississippi State vs. Central Florida (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico), Wallace State-Hanceville at Itawamba, 1 p.m.
Sophomore Aubree Jones, along with teammate Blair Stockett,
tied for ninth shooting a 1-over par 73. Stockett found some momentum
on the back nine, birdying three out of the last five holes.
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n Women’s tennis beats UAB: At Starkville, Mississippi State’s Toronto 104, New York 99 50; beat Oklahoma 66-54. 3-Point Goals—Tennessee 5-13
L.A. Clippers 123, Boston 112 19. Wisconsin (17-7) beat Minnesota 56-51; (Davis 3-6, Zaa. Green 1-3, Jackson 1-4),
women’s tennis squad (7-2) captured it’s sixth home victory of the 2019 Memphis 99, New Orleans 90 lost to No. 7 Michigan 61-52. Mississippi St. 6-19 (Howard 2-6, Danberry
season on Sunday at the A.J. Pitts Tennis Centre in a 6-1 decision over NASCAR Monster Cup
Washington 134, Chicago 125
Oklahoma City 117, Houston 112
20. Iowa (19-5) beat Indiana 77-72; beat
Northwestern 80-79.
0-1, Espinoza-Hunter 3-9, Scott 1-2, Taylor
0-1). Assists—Tennessee 9 (Che. Green 2),
NHL
EASTERN CONFERENCE
UAB (2-5). Orlando 103, Milwaukee 83 21. LSU (19-4) beat Mississippi State 92-88, Mississippi St. 17 (Holmes 8). Fouled Out—
MSU remained unbeaten at home in 2019, having now outscored
Daytona Clash Sunday’s Games OT; beat Auburn 83-78. Tennessee Zaa. Green, Rebounds—Ten-
Atlantic Division
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Sunday Dallas 102, Portland 101 22. Florida State (18-5) beat Syracuse 80-62; nessee 30 (Che. Green 7), Mississippi St. Tampa Bay 55 40 11 4 84 212 154
opponents 27-2 at the Pitts Tennis Centre. The Bulldogs have also At Daytona International Speedway Philadelphia 143, L.A. Lakers 120 beat No. 16 Louisville 80-75, OT. 38 (McCowan 15). Total Fouls—Tennessee Toronto 54 34 17 3 71 194 153
Daytona Beach, Fla. Sacramento 117, Phoenix 104 23. Buffalo (20-3) beat Central Michigan 21, Mississippi St. 11. Technical Fouls—
captured 35 straight non-conference victories at home, and now holds a Lap length: 2.50 miles Orlando 124, Atlanta 108 90-76.
Montreal 56 31 18 7 69 172 162
(Start position in parentheses) None.A—10,021. Boston 55 30 17 8 68 160 144
16-match win streak in the series with the Blazers. Golden State 120, Miami 118 24. Maryland (18-6) beat Nebraska 60-45. Buffalo 54 27 20 7 61 161 167
“We played solid overall today. I feel like we did a few things
1. (13) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 59 laps.
2. (19) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 59. Today’s Games 25. Cincinnati (20-4) beat Memphis 69-64; AP Women’s Top 25 Fared Florida 53 23 22 8 54 166 184
3. (7) Joey Logano, Ford, 59. Charlotte at Indiana, 6 p.m. lost to No. 12 Houston 65-58. This Week’s Games Detroit 55 21 27 7 49 154 181
better today than we have so far this season,” said head coach Daryl
Greenan. “I thought UAB fought hard, especially in the singles. I was
4. (8) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 59.
5. (5) Alex Bowman, Chevrolet, 59.
New York at Cleveland, 6 p.m.
Washington at Detroit, 6 p.m. Sunday’s Women’s 1. Baylor (21-1) beat No. 14 Texas 74-68; beat
TCU 89-71.
Ottawa 55 21 29 5 47 172 201
Metropolitan Division
happy with how we responded for a hard-earned win.” 6. (9) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 59. Brooklyn at Toronto, 6:30 p.m.
Dallas at Houston, 7 p.m.
Major Scores 2. Louisville (23-1) beat No. 15 Syracuse 76-
51; beat Virginia Tech 72-63.
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
7. (16) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 59. EAST N.Y. Islanders 54 32 16 6 70 158 132
The Bulldogs came out strong, winning the doubles point with 8. (18) Aric Almirola, Ford, 59. L.A. Clippers at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Drexel 58, Delaware 41 3. Oregon (23-1) beat California 105-82; beat Washington 55 30 18 7 67 186 176
9. (4) Ryan Newman, Ford, 59. Milwaukee at Chicago, 7 p.m. Duquesne 85, Dayton 57 No. 11 Stanford 88-48. Columbus 53 30 20 3 63 173 164
ease. On court two, Emma Antonaki and Anastsia Rentouli blanked 10. (10) Daniel Suarez, Ford, 59. Portland at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m. Fordham 64, George Mason 53 4. Notre Dame (22-3) lost to No. 25 Miami 72- Pittsburgh 55 28 20 7 63 189 172
Jana Hecking and Dominika Hrabalova in a 6-0 affair to give MSU the 11. (11) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 58. Miami at Denver, 8 p.m. James Madison 59, Hofstra 44 65; beat No. 24 Florida State 97-70. Carolina 55 28 21 6 62 161 160
early edge. Janina Braun and Sara Lizariturry then clinched the doubles
12. (6) Kevin Harvick, Ford, 58.
13. (1) Paul Menard, Ford, accident, 55. Sunday’s Men’s Maryland 62, Rutgers 48
Miami 65, Pittsburgh 51
5. UConn (21-2) beat East Carolina 118-55;
beat Temple 109-74.
Philadelphia 55 25 23 7 57 161 182
N.Y. Rangers 54 23 23 8 54 152 181
point in a 6-3 decision on court three over UAB’s Sophie Dodds and 14. (2) Kyle Busch, Toyota, accident, 55.
15. (12) Martin Truex Jr, Toyota, accident, 55.
Major Scores Michigan 66, Penn St. 62 6. Mississippi State (22-1) beat Tennessee
91-63.
New Jersey 54 20 26 8 48 156 184
EAST Northeastern 77, Towson 68 WESTERN CONFERENCE
Megan Bertrands. MSU led 5-3 on court 1 when play was suspended. 16. (15) Clint Bowyer, Ford, accident, 55. Canisius 64, St. Peter’s 60 Saint Joseph’s 41, George Washington 38 7. Oregon State (20-4) lost to No. 11 Stanford Central Division
In singles, 98th-ranked State sophomore Magda Adaloglou picked 17. (17) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, accident, 55. Iona 79, Niagara 76 St. John’s 60, Providence 57 61-44; beat California 82-74. GP W L OT Pts GF GA
18. (3) Brad Keselowski, Ford, accident, 55. Lafayette 69, Holy Cross 67 Syracuse 96, Boston College 69 8. Marquette (21-3) beat Georgetown 59-52;
up the first victory, winning the last three games of her match with 19. (14) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, accident, 55. Winnipeg 55 34 18 3 71 191 159
Siena 59, Rider 57 UMass 56, Rhode Island 34 beat Villanova 93-55. Nashville 57 33 20 4 70 176 146
Alexandra Shchipakina for a 6-1, 6-3 victory. On court five, the MSU 20. (20) Erik Jones, Toyota, accident, 55. SOUTH 9. N.C. State (21-2) lost to No. 24 Florida
UMBC 67, Maine 66 Dallas 55 28 22 5 61 142 140
State 75-70.
Basketball SOUTH Elon 72, Coll. of Charleston 52 Minnesota 55 27 23 5 59 155 160
veteran Lizariturry followed with a straight-set 6-2, 6-3 triumph over the George Mason 84, La Salle 76 Georgia 93, Florida 58 10. Maryland (22-2) beat Illinois 80-66; beat St. Louis 53 26 22 5 57 150 155
Blazers’ Bertrands to give MSU a 3-0 advantage. Memphis 78, UConn 71 Georgia Tech 60, Wake Forest 46 Northwestern 72-57; beat No. 20 Rutgers Colorado 54 22 22 10 54 179 181
UAB pushed three of the final four matches to three sets, and NBA South Florida 72, East Carolina 68, OT
MIDWEST
Houston 54, South Florida 52
Louisville 72, Virginia Tech 63
62-48.
11. Stanford (19-4) beat No. 7 Oregon State
Chicago 55 22 24 9 53 177 201
EASTERN CONFERENCE Pacific Division
almost all four, but the Bulldog senior Braun would have no part of it, as Atlantic Division Iowa 80, Northwestern 79 Mississippi St. 91, Tennessee 63 61-44; lost to No. 3 Oregon 88-48. GP W L OT Pts GF GA
she solidified the match for State on court six with a hard-fought 6-4, W L Pct GB Loyola of Chicago 56, Valparaiso 51 North Carolina 70, Clemson 64 12. South Carolina (17-5) beat Mississippi Calgary 54 34 15 5 73 199 157
Toronto 41 16 .719 — Missouri St. 66, Illinois St. 65 UNC-Wilmington 66, William & Mary 58 76-42. San Jose 56 33 16 7 73 203 175
7-5 over the Blazers’ Hrabalova to clinch the victory. Philadelphia 36 20 .643 4½ Notre Dame 69, Georgia Tech 59 Virginia 53, Duke 47 13. Gonzaga (22-2) beat Portland 93-62. Vegas 56 31 21 4 66 167 153
State took two of the final three matches as well. UAB grabbed its Boston 35 21 .625 5½ Ohio St. 55, Indiana 52 MIDWEST 14. Texas (19-5) lost to No. 1 Baylor 74-68; Vancouver 55 24 24 7 55 158 171
Brooklyn 29 28 .509 12 Oral Roberts 86, South Dakota 72 Bradley 81, Evansville 63 beat Kansas 91-73. Edmonton 55 24 26 5 53 159 184
lone point of the day at the No. 4 spot where Jana Hecking edge MSU New York 10 45 .182 30 SOUTHWEST Cincinnati 82, Wichita St. 54 15. Syracuse (18-5) lost to No. 2 Louisville 76- Arizona 55 24 26 5 53 145 161
rookie Tamara Racine 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 Southeast Division Houston 65, Cincinnati 58 Creighton 80, Seton Hall 71 51; beat Boston College 96-69. Los Angeles 55 23 27 5 51 132 165
W L Pct GB UCF 71, SMU 65 DePaul 76, Georgetown 71 16. Iowa (19-5) beat No. 23 Michigan State Anaheim 56 21 26 9 51 127 182
MSU’s All-SEC senior Rentouli rallied back from a set down to for Charlotte 27 28 .491 — FAR WEST Drake 83, Loyola of Chicago 55 86-71; beat Ohio State 78-52.
a 5-7, 6-3, 6-2 triumph over Dodds at No. 3 to improve her team-leading Miami 25 29 .463 1½ Oregon 69, Stanford 46 IUPUI 64, Cleveland St. 36 17. Utah (18-5) lost to Southern Cal 84-80; NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for
Orlando 25 32 .439 3 UC Davis 61, UC Santa Barbara 57 Illinois 78, Wisconsin 68 lost to UCLA 100-90. overtime loss. Top three teams in each divi-
win streak to nine matches. The true freshman Antonaki picked up Washington 24 32 .429 3½ Illinois St. 78, Indiana St. 70 18. Texas A&M (18-5) lost to Missouri 70-65. sion and two wild cards per conference ad-
the final win of the day in a 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 marathon triumph over UAB’s Atlanta 18 38 .321 9½ AP Men’s Top 25 Fared Iowa 78, Ohio St. 52
Marquette 93, Villanova 55
19. Kentucky (19-5) beat Auburn 78-68. vance to playoffs.
Central Division This Week’s Games 20. Arizona State (16-6) beat Washington
Shchipakina on court 2. W L Pct GB 1. Tennessee (22-1) beat Missouri 72-60; beat Minnesota 73, Northwestern 64 State 61-46; at Washington, Saturday, ccd., Saturday’s Games
Milwaukee 41 14 .745 — Florida 73-61. Missouri 69, Vanderbilt 46 snow. Philadelphia 6, Anaheim 2
Indiana 37 19 .661 4½ 2. Duke (21-2) beat Boston College 80-55; N. Iowa 64, Valparaiso 56 20. Rutgers (17-6) lost to No. 10 Maryland Minnesota 4, New Jersey 2
Southern Miss Detroit
Chicago
25 29 .463 15½
13 43 .232 28½
beat No. 3 Virginia 81-71.
3. Virginia (20-2) lost to No. 2 Duke 81-71.
Nebraska 67, Purdue 61
Notre Dame 97, Florida St. 70
Saint Louis 69, La Salle 58
62-48.
22. Iowa State (18-5) beat West Virginia
Buffalo 3, Detroit 1
N.Y. Islanders 4, Colorado 3, OT
4. Gonzaga (23-2) beat San Francisco 92-62; 77-61. Boston 5, Los Angeles 4, OT
Softball completes five-game sweep of tournament Cleveland 11 45 .196 30½
WESTERN CONFERENCE beat Saint Mary’s 94-46. Youngstown St. 83, Ill.-Chicago 59
SOUTHWEST
23. Michigan State (16-6) lost to No. 16 Iowa Ottawa 5, Winnipeg 2
HATTIESBURG — The Southern Miss softball team improved their Southwest Division 5. Kentucky (20-3) beat South Carolina 76- 86-71. St. Louis 3, Nashville 2
W L Pct GB 48; beat Mississippi State 71-67. Auburn 75, Arkansas 72 24. Florida State (20-4) beat No. 9 N.C. State Arizona 3, Dallas 2
2019 season record to 5-0 after defeating in-state SWAC opponent Houston 32 23 .582 — 6. Nevada (23-1) beat Colorado State 97-82; Kansas St. 83, Oklahoma 75 75-70; lost to No. 4 Notre Dame 97-70. San Jose 5, Edmonton 2
beat New Mexico 91-62. Tulsa 72, Tulane 67 25. Miami (21-5) beat No. 4 Notre Dame 72- Florida 5, Washington 4, OT
Jackson State by a final score of 9-1 on Sunday afternoon. San Antonio 32 26 .552 1½
FAR WEST 65; beat Pittsburgh 65-51.
Dallas 26 29 .473 6 7. Michigan (22-2) beat Rutgers 77-65; beat Tampa Bay 5, Pittsburgh 4
The Golden Eagles high potent offense didn’t waste any time New Orleans 25 32 .439 8 No. 19 Wisconsin 61-52. Colorado 81, Southern Cal 76 Toronto 4, Montreal 3, OT
getting on the scoreboard, plating three runs in the bottom of the first
inning.
Memphis

23 34 .404 10
Northwest Division
W L Pct GB
8. North Carolina (19-4) beat N.C. State 113-
96; beat Miami 88-85, OT.
9. Michigan State (19-5) lost to Illinois 79-74;
Oregon 88, Stanford 48
Oregon St. 82, California 74
UCLA 100, Utah 90
Football Vancouver 4, Calgary 3, SO
Columbus 4, Vegas 3
Sunday’s Games
Chase Nelson led the attack with three hits. Denver 37 18 .673 — beat Minnesota 79-55. No. 6 Miss. State 91, Alliance League St. Louis 5, Nashville 4, OT
Oklahoma City 36 19 .655 1 10. Marquette (20-4) lost to St. John’s 70-69; W L T Pct PF PA New Jersey 3, Carolina 2
Southern Miss also got an unbelievable pitching performance, Portland 33 22 .600 4 beat No. 14 Villanova 66-65. Tennessee 63 Arizona 1 0 0 1.000 38 22 Boston 2, Colorado 1, OT
courtesy of junior right-hander Bailie Springfield to accompany their Utah 32 24 .571 5½ 11. Virginia Tech (18-5) lost to No. 16 Louis- TENNESSEE (15-8): Che. Green 3-4 Birmingham 1 0 0 1.000 26 0 Winnipeg 3, Buffalo 1
Minnesota 25 30 .455 12 ville 72-64; lost to Clemson 61-52. 0-0 6, Kushkituah 0-1 2-2 2, Davis 13-22 0-0 Orlando 1 0 0 1.000 40 6 Chicago 5, Detroit 2
offense. Pacific Division 12. Houston (23-1) beat UCF 77-68; beat No. 29, Zaa. Green 6-13 0-0 13, Massengill 2-6 San Antonio 1 0 0 1.000 15 6 N.Y. Islanders 2, Minnesota 1
Springfield, a JUCO transfer from Itawamba Community College W L Pct GB 25 Cincinnati 65-58. 2-2 6, Collins 0-0 0-2 0, Jackson 1-5 4-4 7, Atlanta 0 1 0 .000 6 40 Tampa Bay 5, Florida 2
Golden State 40 15 .727 — 13. Kansas (18-6) lost to Kansas State 76-67; Harris 0-1 0-0 0, Burrell 0-3 0-0 0, Totals 25- Memphis 0 1 0 .000 0 26 N.Y. Rangers 4, Toronto 1
made the most of her Southern Miss debut on Sunday. L.A. Clippers 31 26 .544 10 beat Oklahoma State 84-72. 55 8-10 63. Salt Lake 0 1 0 .000 22 38 Today’s Games
The former East Webster High School standout was in complete Sacramento 30 26 .536 10½ 14. Villanova (19-5) beat Creighton 66-59, MISSISSIPPI ST. (22-1): Howard 7-15 San Diego 0 1 0 .000 6 15 Los Angeles at Washington, 6 p.m.
L.A. Lakers 28 28 .500 12½ OT; lost to No. 10 Marquette 66-65. 0-0 16, McCowan 7-10 10-13 24, Danberry Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 6 p.m.
command throughout the course of the game, retiring the first 14 batters Phoenix 11 47 .190 30½ 15. Purdue (17-6) beat Nebraska 81-62. 10-15 0-2 20, Espinoza-Hunter 4-13 0-0 11, Saturday’s Games San Jose at Vancouver, 9 p.m.
that she faced. Springfield finished the game just one out shy of the 16. Louisville (17-7) beat No. 11 Virginia Tech Holmes 3-5 1-1 7, Carter 0-0 0-0 0, Campbell San Antonio 15, San Diego 6 Tuesday’s Games
Saturday’s Games 72-64; lost to No. 22 Florida State 80-75, OT. 0-0 0-0 0, Scott 5-8 2-3 13, Taylor 0-3 0-0 0, Orlando 40, Atlanta 6 Washington at Columbus, 6 p.m.
illusive complete game no-hitter. Utah 125, San Antonio 105 17. Iowa State (18-6) beat Oklahoma 75-74; Wiggins 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 36-69 13-19 91. Sunday’s Games N.Y. Islanders at Buffalo, 6 p.m.
—From Special Reports Indiana 105, Cleveland 90 lost to TCU 92-83. Tennessee 17 17 15 14 —63 Birmingham 26, Memphis 0 Dallas at Florida, 6 p.m.
Charlotte 129, Atlanta 120 18. Texas Tech (19-5) beat West Virginia 81- Mississippi St. 25 15 21 30 —91 Arizona 38, Salt Lake 22 Chicago at Boston, 6 p.m.
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PREP BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Mississippi High School Boys: Leake Central vs. Noxubee County, Boys: St. Joseph vs. Central Holmes, 4:15 Alabama
Activities Association 7:30 p.m. p.m. Men’s tennis defeats Pepperdine
Thursday’s Games Girls: Carroll Academy vs. Tri-County Acade- MALIBU, Calif. – The No. 23-ranked Alabama men’s tennis team
Region Tournaments Girls: Louisville vs. Kosciusko or Noxubee my, 5:30 p.m. toppled over Pepperdine, 4-0, on Sunday at the Ralphs-Straus Tennis
County, 4 p.m. Boys: Tri-County Academy vs. Marshall Center. The Crimson Tide improves to 8-1 after its two-match swing in
Class 6A, Region 2 Boys: Kosciusko vs. Noxubee County or Academy, 6:45 p.m. California.
At: Tupelo High School After a lengthy rain delay the evening started with singles play. The
Leake Central, 5:30 p.m. Wednesday’s Games
Tuesday’s Games Crimson Tide swept the first four matches to secure the shutout.
Girls: New Hope vs. Leake Central, 7 p.m. Boys: Carroll Academy vs. Greenville Chris- “A super finish for the guys tonight,” said head coach George
Girls: Columbus vs. Oxford, 4 p.m. Boys: New Hope vs. Louisville, 8:30 p.m. tian, 3 p.m. Husack. “We faced some different conditions today including the long
Boys: Columbus vs. Oxford, 5:30 p.m. Friday’s Games Girls: Greenville Christian vs. Oak Hill Acad- rain delay, chilly weather, playing under the lights and starting with
Girls: South Panola vs. Tupelo, 7 p.m. Girls: Consolation, 4 p.m. emy, 4:15 p.m. singles. The focus remained throughout, regardless of whether we
Boys: South Panola vs. Tupelo, 8:30 p.m. Boys: Consolation, 5:30 p.m. Boys: Manchester Academy vs. Oak Hill won or lost points. The score was taken out of the contest and we were
Friday’s Games Girls: Championship, 7 p.m. Academy, 5:30 p.m. dialed in on the plan. A solid road trip for us and we will be happy to be
Girls: Consolation, 4 p.m. Boys: Championship, 8:30 p.m. Girls: Manchester Academy vs. Winona back home soon.”
Boys: Consolation, 5:30 p.m. Junior Alexey Nesterov started things off by dominating Scotland
Christian, 6:45 p.m.
Girls: Championship, 7 p.m. Garapedian, 6-2, 6-2. Moments later, junior Zhe Zhou cruised past
Class 1A, Region 6 Friday’s Games Tim Zeitvogel, 6-2, 6-3, while No. 40 senior Mazen Osama took down
Boys: Championship, 8:30 p.m. At: West Lowndes High School Girls: Semifinal 1, 3 p.m. Adrian Oetzbach, 7-5, 6-1. Lastly, sophomore Riccardo Roberto took
Tuesday’s Games Girls: Semifinal 2, 4:15 p.m. care of Pawel Jankowiak, 6-1, 7-6(4), on court six to solidify the win.
Class 6A, Region 3 Girls: Nanih Waiya vs. Noxapater, 6 p.m. Boys: Semifinal 1, 5:30 p.m. The Tide will return to action at the Blue Gray National Tennis
At: Madison Central High School Boys: Nanih Waiya vs. Noxapater, 7:30 p.m. Boys: Semifinal 2, 6:45 p.m. Classic in Montgomery, Ala., on Feb. 22-23.
Tuesday’s Games Thursday’s Games Saturday’s Games n Women’s tennis sweeps pair of matches: At Tuscaloo-
Girls: Starkville High vs. Madison Central, Girls: Hamilton vs. Nanih Waiya or Noxapa- Girls: Consolation, 1 p.m. sa, Alabama, the Alabama women’s tennis team swept its fourth
4 p.m. ter, 3 p.m. Boys: Consolation, 2:15 p.m. doubleheader of the season after defeating Kennesaw State, 4-0 and
Boys: Starkville High vs. Northwest Rankin, Lipscomb, 4-0, on Sunday at the Alabama Tennis Stadium. With the
Boys: Wesst Lowndes vs. Nanih Waiya or Girls: Championship, 4 p.m. two victories, the Crimson Tide moves to 8-0 in 2019.
5:30 p.m. Noxapater, 4:30 p.m. Boys: Championship, 5:15 p.m.
Girls: Northwest Rankin vs. Murrah, 7 p.m. “We have a really fit team and I think that’s one of our strengths,”
Girls: Vardaman vs. West Lowndes, 6 p.m. head coach Jenny Mainz stated. “We’ve worked a lot on that in the
Boys: Murrah vs. Madison Central, 8:30 Boys: Hamilton vs. Vardaman, 7:30 p.m. Class A offseason and I think its paying dividends in a long weekend like this.
p.m.
Friday’s Games At: Delta Academy This is the fourth match of the weekend and its taxing, both physically
Friday’s Games and emotionally, it’s a long day at the office for the players.”
Girls: Consolation, 3 p.m. Today’s Games
Girls: Consolation, 4 p.m. “I thought we responded really well. Lipscomb is a good team,
Boys: Consolation, 4:30 p.m. Girls: Sharkey-Issaquena Academy vs. Lee
Boys: Consolation, 5:30 p.m. they’re solid, they fought hard, I thought they competed well and they
Girls: Championship, 6 p.m. (Arkansas), 4 p.m.
Girls: Championship, 7 p.m. didn’t go away. So I think it was a really good test for us, we had to
Boys: Championship, 7:30 p.m. Boys: DeSoto vs. Sharkey-Issaquena, 5:15 finish.”
Boys: Championship, 8:30 p.m.
p.m. The Tide started the day by dominating doubles play, with all three
Class 5A, Region 2 Mississippi Association Girls: Kemper Academy vs. Deer Creek,
6:30 p.m.
courts winning by a 6-1 spot to take the 1-0 lead.
In singles play No. 47 senior Andie Daniell cruised to a 6-0, 6-0,
At: West Point High School
Tuesday’s Games
of Indepedent Schools Boys: Marvell Academy vs. Kemper Acade- win on court one and sophomore Moka Ito eased to a 6-1, 6-0, on court
North State Tournaments my, 7:45 p.m. two, as UA went up 3-0. Junior Ann Selim clinched the match with an
Girls: Lafayette vs. Grenada, 4 p.m. easy 6-0, 6-0, victory on court five.
Boys: Lafayette vs. Grenada, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday’s Games
Against Lipscomb the Tide went up 1-0 after securing the doubles
Girls: Saltillo vs. West Point, 7 p.m. Class AAA Girls: Tunica Academy vs. Calhoun Acade-
point for the eighth consecutive match. Alabama earned wins on courts
Boys: Saltillo vs. West Point, 8:30 p.m. At: Heritage Academy my, 4 p.m. three and one to take the early lead.
Thursday’s Games Tuesday’s Games Boys: Delta Academy vs. Tunica Academy, In singles action, junior Alba Cortina Pou picked up her fist win
Girls: Consolation, 6 p.m. Girls: Winston Academy vs. Indianola Acad- 5:15 p.m. of the day by surpassing Liza Diachenko, 6-0, 6-2, while junior Luca
Boys: Consolation, 7:30 p.m. emy, 4 p.m. Girls: West Memphis vs. Delta Academy, Fabian won on court five, 6-1, 6-4. Junior Jacqueline Pelletier clinched
Friday’s Games Boys: Winston Academy vs. Indianola Acad- 6:30 p.m. the match with a 6-3, 6-4, victory.
emy, 5:15 p.m. Boys: Hebron Christian vs. Humphreys n Swimming and diving records pair of wins: At Auburn, Ala-
Girls: Championship, 6 p.m. bama, Alabama swimming and diving closed out the Auburn Invitational
Boys: Championship, 7:30 p.m. Girls: Bayou Academy vs. Starkville Acade- Academy, 7:45 p.m.
with a pair of wins Sunday afternoon, including a 1-2-3 sweep of the
my, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday’s Games
men’s 100 freestyle and a 1-2 finish in the men’s 200 breaststroke in the
Class 4A, Region 2 Boys: Bayou Academy vs. Canton Academy, Girls: Marvell Academy vs. Kemper or Deer James E. Martin Aquatic Center.
At: Itawamba Community College 7:45 p.m. Creek, 4 p.m. Freshman Jonathan Berneburg led the way for the Crimson Tide
Tuesday’s Games Wednesday’s Games Boys: Delta Streets vs. Marvell or Kemper, in the 100 freestyle, posting a 43.54 in finals after touching the wall with
Girls: Shannon vs. Caledonia, 4 p.m. Boys: Leake Academy vs. Kirk Academy, 4 5:15 p.m. a 43.09 in prelims. Freshman Colton Stogner (44.21) and sophomore
Boys: Amory vs. Caledonia, 5:30 p.m. p.m. Girls: Hebron Christian vs. Lee or Shar- Jack Blake (44.34) were second and third, respectively. Sophomores
Girls: Leake Academy vs. Lee Academy, key-Issaquena, 6:30 p.m. Richard Mikki (1:57.17) and Josh Lenzmeier (1:58.22), swept the top-
Girls: Itawamba AHS vs. Mooreville, 7 p.m.
5:15 p.m. Boys: Calhoun Academy vs. DeSoto or spots in the 200 breaststroke.
Boys: Shannon vs. Mooreville, 8:30 p.m. Overall, the Crimson Tide earned 11 wins during the three-day
Wednesday’s Games Boys: Lee Academy vs. Heritage Academy, Sharkey-Issaquena, 7:45 p.m.
meet and took first and second in eight events.
Girls: Amory vs. Shannon or Caledonia, 4 6:30 p.m. Thursday’s Games “We had some really great performances throughout the week-
p.m. Girls: North Delta vs. Heritage Academy, Girls: Humphreys Academy vs. Tunica or end,” UA head coach Dennis Pursley said. “We had several swimmers
Boys: Itawamba AHS vs. Caledonia or 7:45 p.m. Calhoun, 4 p.m. who made big drops in their lifetime best times. We also had several
Amory, 5:30 p.m. Friday’s Games Boys: West Memphis vs. Hebron or Hum- folks who put themselves in a position, where if they can go those kinds
Girls: Pontotoc vs. Itawamba AHS or Moor- Girls: Semifinal 1, 4 p.m. phreys, 5:15 p.m. of times again in a week at the conference meet, they should be in a
eville, 7 p.m. Girls: Semifinal 2, 5:15 p.m. Girls: Columbus Christian vs. Delta or West position to score.”
Boys: Semifinal 1, 6:30 p.m. Memphis, 6:30 p.m. Junior Allie Surrency and senior Caroline Beene, finished second
Boys: Pontotoc vs. Shannon or Mooreville,
and third, respectively, in the women’s 100 freestyle, with Surrency
8:30 p.m. Boys: Semifinal 2, 7:45 p.m. Boys: Columbus Christian vs. Delta or
clocking a 49.59 and Beene turning in a 50.19. Alabama was also
Friday’s Games Saturday’s Games Tunica, 7:45 p.m. second and third in the women’s 200 breaststroke, with senior Marian
Girls: Consolation, 4 p.m. Girls: Consolation, 1 p.m. Friday’s Games Yurchishin posting a 2:15.58 to take second, while sophomore Mallory
Boys: Consolation, 5:30 p.m. Boys: Consolation, 2:15 p.m. Girls: Semifinal 1, 3 p.m. Underwood was third with a 2:16.50.
Girls: Championship, 7 p.m. Girls: Championship, 4 p.m. Girls: Semifinal 2, 4:15 p.m. Sophomore Tori VanBuskirk took third in the women’s 200
Boys: Championship, 8:30 p.m. Boys: Championship, 5:15 p.m. Boys: Semifinal 1, 5:30 p.m. backstroke with a time of 2:00.78, while freshman Catherine Wright was
Boys: Semifinal 2, 6:45 p.m. third in the women’s 200 butterfly after posting a 2:02.66, just off her
Class 4A, Region 4 Class AA Saturday’s Games 2:02.33 in prelims.
Alabama’s men earned a 3-4-5 finish in the 200 butterfly, with
At: Leake Central High School At: Marshall Academy Girls: Consolation, 1 p.m.
sophomore Cade Auerbach (1:47.69) taking third, followed by freshman
Tuesday’s Games Tuesday’s Games Boys: Consolation, 2:15 p.m. Cole Brown (1:48.91) and sophomore Christian Strycker (1:48.92).
Girls: Kosciusko vs. Noxubee County, 6 Girls: Central Holmes vs. Benton Academy, Girls: Championship, 4 p.m. “Now, as coaches, we have to go back and finalize the entries for
p.m. 3 p.m. Boys: Championship, 5:15 p.m. the conference meet,” Pursley said. “A weekend like this makes some of
the choices much harder, but that’s obviously a good problem to have.”
With the conclusion of the regular season, Alabama has the week
Lindsey Weaver, $5,659 70c-70c-77-76—293 Sonny Skinner, $4,153 74-68-75—217 off before opening the Southeastern Conference Championships in
Golf
Matt Jones 71s-71p-70m-72—284
Johnson Wagner 67s-73p-71m-74—285 Haeji Kang, $5,327 71c-69b-76-78—294 Doug Garwood, $3,315 73-75-70—218 Athens, Ga., on February 19.
John Rollins 73p-69m-70s-74—286 Pei-Ying Tsai, $5,104 69c-71b-78-77—295 Jerry Smith, $3,315 69-77-72—218
PGA Tour Cody Gribble 66s-73p-73m-78—290 Don Bell, $2,890 69-76-74—219 n Softball completes weekend with win: At Troy, Alabama,
Cameron Davis 72s-68p-72m-78—290 Champions Tour Greg Kraft, $2,890 71-73-75—219 after three hitless innings, a seventh-run fourth helped lift Alabama to
Pebble Beach Open Made cut; did not finish Oasis Championship Hal Sutton, $2,890 73-74-72—219
an eventual 8-0 victory over Troy Sunday afternoon.
Sunday Steve Stricker 68m-75s-70p—213 Fran Quinn, $2,380 74-68-78—220
At p-Pebble Beach GL, Sunday
Dominic Bozzelli 72m-73s-68p—213 At The Old Course at Broken Sound Duffy Waldorf, $2,380 71-74-75—220 Alabama’s (5-0) first hit of the day against Troy (3-2) came in
Yardage: 6,816; Par: 72 Wyndham Clark 73s-69p-71m—213 Ian Woosnam, $2,380 73-74-73—220
At s-Spyglass Hill GC, Charley Hoffman 69m-72s-72p—213
Boca Raton, Fla.
Loren Roberts, $2,040 73-74-74—221
the top of the fourth, an RBI double from junior Bailey Hemphill. That
Purse: $1.7 million
Yardage: 6,960; Par: 72 Martin Laird 68s-74p-71m—213 Yardage: 6,807; Par 72 (36-36) Scott Hoch, $1,785 71-78-73—222 sparked a seven-run rally, with a solo home run from sophomore Kaylee
At m-Monterey Peninsula GC-Shore, Yardage: 6,958; Sangmoon Bae 69s-71p-73m—213 Cliff Kresge, $1,785 71-75-76—222
Par: 71 John Senden 72s-72p-69m—213
Third Round
Jose Maria Olazabal, $1,598 78-75-71—224
Tow in the sixth giving the Crimson Tide an eight-run lead for the final
Bernhard Langer, $255,000 64-68-65—197
Pebble Beach, Calif. Austin Cook 66m-74s-73p—213 Marco Dawson, $149,600 66-67-69—202 Tom Kite, $1,496 77-71-78—226 margin of victory after a scoreless bottom half of the inning.
Purse: $7.6 million Adam Scott 70m-72s-71p—213 Larry Nelson, $1,394 77-78-72—227
Partial Fourth Round Fabian Gomez 67s-71p-75m—213
Bob Estes, $122,400 67-68-68—203
Mark Calcavecchia, $1,292 72-78-79—229
Six Tide batters tallied a hit in the winning effort, led by a 2-for-4
David Toms, $102,000 67-67-70—204
Scott Stallings 67s-70p-69m-66—272 Steve Jones 76p-83m-76s—235 Scott McCarron, $70,267 68-70-67—205 John Daly, $1,190 71-79-80—230 day from junior Elissa Brown at the top of the order. Hemphill’s RBI was
Jason Day 65m-69s-72p-68—274 John Harris, $1,088 78-77-76—231
Si Woo Kim 66p-71m-69s-68—274 LPGA Tour Gene Sauers, $70,267 65-71-69—205 the 100th of her career and freshman Skylar Wallace drove in a pair on
Woody Austin, $70,267 65-70-70—205 Bob Tway, $1,088 77-85-69—231
Scott Langley 64m-69s-73p-69—275
Vic Open Fred Couples, $51,000 67-69-70—206 John Huston, $986 77-80-79—236 her second career hit, a fifth-inning single. Freshman Montana Fouts
Kevin Streelman 70m-70s-71p-65—276
Brian Gay 64m-72s-69p-71—276 Sunday Ken Tanigawa, $51,000 65-71-70—206 Web.com Tour (2-0) went the distance in the circle, shutting out the Trojans with just
Lucas Glover 68s-66p-70m-72—276 At Beach and Creek Courses Darren Clarke, $39,100 67-75-65—207 three hits allowed and four strikeouts.
Max Homa 73p-69m-68s-67—277 Geelong, Australia Jeff Maggert, $39,100 68-69-70—207 Panama Championship
Michael Thompson 70s-72p-69m-66—277 Purse: $1.1 million Corey Pavin, $39,100 73-68-66—207 Sunday The two teams quickly cruised through the first three innings, with
Chris Stroud 69p-71m-67s-70—277 Yardage: 6,585; Par 73 Tim Petrovic, $39,100 65-74-68—207 At Panama GC Troy tallying the only hit between the two teams. In the top of the fourth,
Scott Piercy 70p-65m-69s-73—277 Fourth Round Brandt Jobe, $28,900 69-65-74—208 Panama City
Jim Furyk 72s-68p-68m-70—278 a-amateur Colin Montgomerie, $28,900 71-70-67—208 Purse: $625,000 sophomore Kaylee Tow drew a one-out walk and Hemphill followed
Sung Kang 69p-69m-69s-71—278 Kim Kaufman 66b-66c-75—207 Jesper Parnevik, $28,900 63-72-73—208 Yardage: 7,154; Par: 70 with a double that banged off the wall in left field, driving in Tow to put
Russell Knox 68m-70s-68p-72—278 Celine Boutier, $165,000 69c-71b-69-72—281 Tom Pernice Jr., $28,900 71-71-66—208 Fourth Round
Matt Every 65m-71s-69p-73—278 Sarah Kemp, $77,242 70b-71c-77-65—283 Kevin Sutherland, $28,900 66-70-72—208 Michael Gligic, $112,500 70-70-67-65—272 Alabama ahead 1-0 on the Tide’s first hit of the day.
Roberto Diaz 69p-69m-71s-70—279 Charlotte Thomas, $77,242 68b-68c-78-69—283 Michael Allen, $21,182 68-73-68—209 Xinjun Zhang, $67,500 66-70-71-66—273 Senior Reagan Dykes followed that with an RBI single up the
Graeme McDowell 68p-70m-70s-71—279 Su Oh, $77,242 67c-68b-74-74—283 Tom Byrum, $21,182 66-69-74—209 Carl Yuan, $42,500 69-68-68-69—274
Adam Hadwin 72s-70p-65m-72—279 Azahara Munoz, $38,191 72b-72c-74-66—284 David Frost, $21,182 70-68-71—209 Ben Taylor, $30,000 70-65-69-71—275 middle before shuffling all the way to third in the next at-bat after a bunt
D.J. Trahan 68m-72s-72p-67—279 Katherine Kirk, $38,191 72c-68b-73-71—284 Miguel Angel Jiménez, $21,182 70-70-69—209 Rhein Gibson, $23,750 68-70-71-68—277 single from sophomore Claire Jenkins and a fielding error.
Matt Kuchar 67m-73s-70p-70—280 Haru Nomura, $38,191 67b-67c-76-74—284 Tom Lehman, $21,182 66-70-73—209 Cameron Percy, $23,750 68-73-65-71—277
Tyler Duncan 71p-68m-70s-71—280 Lauren Stephenson, $24,875 69c-72b-76-68—285 Stephen Ames, $17,425 70-66-74—210 Chris Baker, $18,188 67-69-73-69—278 A hard fly ball to center allowed Dykes to tag up and score on
Patrick Reed 68m-70s-73p-69—280 Jodi Ewart Shadoff, $24,875 71c-70b-72-72—285 Retief Goosen, $17,425 69-69-72—210 Mickey DeMorat, $18,188 69-68-69-72—278 the sacrifice fly from sophomore Maddie Morgan, pushing the lead to
Trey Mullinax 71m-68s-73p-68—280 Kim Kaufman, $24,875 66b-66c-75-78—285 Paul Broadhurst, $15,130 69-72-70—211 Nicolas Echavarria, $18,188 68-68-71-71—278
Rafa Cabrera Bello 69s-68p-69m-74—280 Ashleigh Buhai, $17,800 72c-69b-76-69—286 Bart Bryant, $15,130 70-73-68—211 Derek Ernst, $18,188 69-69-68-72—278 3-0. Later with two in scoring position, Wallace flared a single over the
Jonathan Byrd 69p-69m-68s-74—280 Alison Lee, $17,800 68c-71b-78-69—286 Paul Goydos, $15,130 71-67-73—211 Tyler McCumber, $18,188 72-67-67-72—278 shortstop’s head, scoring a pair to make it a 7-0 lead and advancing to
Ernie Els 69m-68s-73p-71—281 Peiyun Chien, $17,800 69c-74b-73-70—286 Scott Parel, $15,130 70-70-71—211 Brett Coletta, $13,125 66-74-71-68—279
Nick Taylor 69p-70m-71s-71—281 Ayako Uehara, $17,800 71b-72c-72-71—286 Olin Browne, $11,496 68-70-74—212 Oscar Fraustro, $13,125 72-68-70-69—279 second on a fielding error.
Kevin Kisner 65m-71s-74p-71—281 Marianne Skarpnord, $17,800 71c-69b-75-71—286 Chris DiMarco, $11,496 70-71-71—212 Steve LeBrun, $13,125 71-69-68-71—279 n Track and field finishes with wins: At Fayetteville, Arkansas,
Brandon Harkins 69p-73m-67s-72—281 Olivia Cowan, $17,800 68c-70b-76-72—286 Lee Janzen, $11,496 68-72-72—212 Mark Anderson, $10,313 70-68-73-69—280
Curtis Luck 70m-67s-73p-71—281 Wichanee Meechai, $13,294 72c-72b-72-71—287 Kent Jones, $11,496 69-69-74—212 Brian Campbell, $10,313 67-72-69-72—280 Alabama track and field’s Shelby McEwen won the high jump to close
Martin Trainer 69p-73m-66s-73—281 Thidapa Suwannapura, $13,294 74b-69c-73-71—287 Sandy Lyle, $11,496 69-72-71—212 Steve Marino, $10,313 68-68-73-71—280 out the Tyson Invitational Saturday.
Brady Schnell 67m-72s-72p-70—281 Isi Gabsa, $13,294 70b-73c-72-72—287 David McKenzie, $11,496 72-71-69—212 John Oda, $10,313 68-70-72-70—280
Branden Grace 67p-69m-71s-74—281 Alena Sharp, $13,294 69c-69b-77-72—287 Mark O’Meara, $11,496 72-72-68—212 Brad Fritsch, $6,421 72-70-72-67—281 The nation’s No. 1 ranked high jumper, the junior posted a leap of
Cameron Champ 73s-69p-70m-69—281 Jane Park, $13,294 68b-76c-70-73—287 Jeff Sluman, $11,496 71-71-70—212 Michael Hebert, $6,421 71-68-73-69—281 7-5 (2.26m) to earn his fourth win in as many outings this season.
Tom Lovelady 72p-70m-70s-69—281 Brittany Lang, $11,019 71c-73b-73-71—288 Billy Andrade, $8,840 68-69-76—213 Mark Hubbard, $6,421 70-72-71-68—281
Hank Lebioda 71p-69m-71s-71—282 Suzuka Yamaguchi, $11,019 69c-75b-73-71—288 John Riegger, $8,840 71-69-73—213 Maverick McNealy, $6,421 73-69-70-69—281 On the track, sophomore Tamara Clark raced to a 23.07 in the
Andrew Putnam 75s-70p-66m-71—282 Karis Davidson, $11,019 68b-74c-75-71—288 Wes Short, Jr., $8,840 72-69-72—213 Brett Stegmaier, $6,421 68-71-73-69—281 fastest section of the women’s 200 meters, taking second place and
Chez Reavie 68m-70s-71p-73—282 Yu Liu, $11,019 74b-71c-70-73—288 Scott Verplank, $8,840 70-74-69—213 Steven Ihm, $6,421 69-72-69-71—281
Sam Saunders 69p-70m-72s-71—282 Felicity Johnson, $11,019 65c-74b-74-75—288 Gibby Gilbert III, $7,480 71-72-71—214 Edward Loar, $6,421 67-75-66-73—281
ranking in the top-10 nationally.
Julian Etulain 71p-72m-69s-70—282 Christina Kim, $9,077 74b-71c-73-71—289 Billy Mayfair, $7,480 71-67-76—214 Andrew Novak, $6,421 74-69-68-70—281 A day after winning the 60 meters, senior Keitavious Walter
Tony Finau 69p-73m-70s-70—282 Daniela Darquea, $9,077 72b-70c-75-72—289 Rocco Mediate, $7,480 68-70-76—214 Steve Wheatcroft, $6,421 70-72-68-71—281 cranked out a 20.78 in the fastest section of the men’s 200 meters,
Jonas Blixt 67m-69s-76p-70—282 Nanna Koerstz Madsen, $9,077 71b-73c-72-73—289 Joey Sindelar, $7,480 73-71-70—214 Tim Wilkinson, $6,421 65-73-72-71—281
Ben Silverman 70p-71m-69s-73—283 Xiyu Lin, $9,077 70c-74b-70-75—289 Glen Day, $6,290 70-67-78—215 Matt Atkins, $4,313 72-68-74-68—282 taking third and posting a mark that ranks in the top-20 nationally. It was
Adam Schenk 70m-72s-67p-74—283 Marissa Steen, $9,077 68b-70c-76-75—289 Brad Faxon, $6,290 70-72-73—215 Taylor Moore, $4,313 72-71-73-66—282 his first 200 of the season.
Jordan Spieth 66m-68s-74p-75—283 Linnea Strom, $7,712 73b-68c-77-72—290 Esteban Toledo, $6,290 71-71-73—215 Zack Sucher, $4,313 70-73-70-69—282
Josh Teater 70m-70s-71p-72—283 Georgia Hall, $7,712 70c-71b-77-72—290 Ken Duke, $5,440 70-74-72—216 Oliver Bekker, $3,734 70-70-75-68—283 The Tide’s 4x400m relay of junior Takyera Roberson, Clark,
Nate Lashley 67p-71m-73s-72—283 Anne-Catherine Tanguay, $7,712 66b-74c-75-75—290 Gary Hallberg, $5,440 69-75-72—216 Martin Flores, $3,734 70-72-72-69—283 junior Katie Funcheon and senior Mauricia Prieto combined to clock a
Dustin Johnson 66m-73s-73p-71—283 Mirim Lee, $7,102 70c-74b-69-78—291 Steve Flesch, $4,153 73-71-73—217 Bo Hoag, $3,734 69-70-71-73—283
Tommy Fleetwood 73m-68s-71p-71—283 Kendall Dye, $6,408 72c-68b-78-74—292 Jay Haas, $4,153 72-74-71—217 Scottie Scheffler, $3,734 70-71-71-71—283 season-best 3:32.04, ranking them in the top-10 nationally.
Brian Stuard 69p-70m-73s-71—283 Holly Clyburn, $6,408 70c-70b-78-74—292 Skip Kendall, $4,153 76-71-70—217 Albin Choi, $3,038 72-69-73-70—284 The Crimson Tide was also at the Music City Challenge in Nash-
Roberto Castro 68p-70m-72s-74—284 Christine Wolf, $6,408 74c-68b-74-76—292 Gary Nicklaus, $4,153 67-77-73—217 Brett Drewitt, $3,038 71-69-69-75—284
Alex Prugh 69p-72m-68s-75—284 Kylie Henry, $6,408 73c-72b-69-78—292 Kirk Triplett, $4,153 72-73-72—217 Vince India, $3,038 72-71-71-70—284 ville, Tenn., on Saturday where Alabama swept the top-three spots in
Cameron Tringale 71p-68m-72s-73—284 Catriona Matthew, $5,659 72c-71b-75-75—293 Joe Durant, $4,153 70-73-74—217 Nelson Ledesma, $3,038 68-71-71-74—284 the women’s shot put.
Senior Haley Teel grabbed the win with a season-best throw of
55-3.75 (16.86m), while senior Portious Warren was a fraction behind
on the air with a best effort of 55-3 (16.84m) and sophomore Nickolette Dunbar
was third with a 52-10 (16.10m).
Senior Kord Ferguson finished second in the shot put with a throw
Today ships: men’s super-combined (slalom), 8 p.m. — Kansas State at Texas, ESPN2
of 63-3.25 (19.89m), while freshman Chago Basso was fifth after a
COLLEGE BASKETBALL Sweden, NBC Sports Network 8 p.m. — Arkansas at Missouri, ESPNU toss of 62-6.25 (19.07m). Senior Nicole Gardner finished seventh in the
6 p.m. — Lehigh at Bucknell, CBS Sports SOCCER 8 p.m. — Alabama at Mississippi State, women’s mile, crossing the line with a 4:46.41.
Network 1:55 p.m. — Premier League: Wolves vs. SEC Network
6 p.m. — Indiana at Michigan State, Big Newcastle United, NBC Sports Network 9:30 p.m. — Air Force at UNLV, CBS Sports Ole Miss
Ten Network Tuesday Network Women’s golf places third at Shoal Creek
6 p.m. — Virginia at North Carolina, ESPN COLLEGE BASKETBALL 10 p.m. — San Diego State at Colorado BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Ole Miss women’s golf team got its
6 p.m. — Norfolk State at Florida A&M, 5:30 p.m. — Purdue at Maryland, Big Ten State, ESPN2 spring season started Sunday at Shoal Creek with a single round stroke
NBA play event against an All-SEC field.
ESPNU Network
The Rebels finished in third place with a team score of 297 (+7), 12
8 p.m. — Kansas at TCU, ESPN 5:30 p.m. — St. Bonaventure at St. Jo- 7 p.m. — Boston at Philadelphia, TNT
strokes behind champion Auburn.
8 p.m. — Oklahoma at Baylor, ESPN2 seph’s, CBS Sports Network 7 p.m. — San Antonio at Memphis, Fox “We can take a lot of positives out of today’s round but we definitely
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL 6 p.m. — LSU at Kentucky, ESPN Sports Southeast have some work to do before our next event,” said head coach Kory
6 p.m. — Kentucky at Alabama, SEC 6 p.m. — Michigan State at Wisconsin, 9:30 p.m. — Utah at Golden State, TNT Henkes. “Our par-5 scoring hurt us so we need to do a better job of
executing on these holes.”
Network ESPN2 NHL
Conner Beth Ball led the Rebels on the scorecard. The sophomore
6 p.m. — South Carolina at Connecticut, 6 p.m. — Pittsburgh at Boston College, 6 p.m. — Chicago at Boston, NBC Sports shot a 1-under 71 en route to a top-3 finish individually with five birdies,
ESPN2 ESPNU Network the most in the field. Ball gained the most strokes off the par 3’s, going
NBA 6 p.m. — Georgia at Texas A&M, SEC SKIING 2-under for the day. This marks Ball’s 4th top-5 finish of her young
career.
7 p.m. — Dallas at Houston, NBA TV Network 8:55 a.m. — FIS World Alpine Champion-
Julia Johnson used a strong back-nine to finish in the top-5. The
NHL 7:30 p.m. — Michigan at Penn State, Big ships: men’s and women’s team event, sophomore went 1-under on the final holes to finish at even par for the
6 p.m. — Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, NBC Ten Network Sweden, NBC Sports Network round. Johnson was best on the longest holes on the course, going
Sports Network 7:30 p.m. — Butler at St. John’s, CBS SOCCER 1-under on the par 5’s.
2 p.m. — UEFA Champions League: Man- Ellen Hutchinson-Kay tied her career-best finish as a Rebel, shoot-
SKIING Sports Network
ing a 3-over 75 and finishing tied for 13th. The freshman was second on
7:30 a.m. — FIS World Alpine Champion- 8 p.m. — Duke at Louisville, ESPN chester United vs. Paris Saint-Germain, TNT the team in birdies with four.
—From Special Reports
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advance in third-place games on coach Kristie Williams said. “After Academy squads play Wednesday.
either Thursday or Friday. back-to-back championships, we The Heritage Academy boys
The Lady Falcons earned a top have a standard established. This are one of the top seeds by virtue
seed in the tournament by virtue of group has embraced that standard. of a win over Leake Academy in the
a 21-3 overall record and 6-0 region They have done their best live up to Class AAA, District 2 champion-
mark. those expectations.” ship game Saturday night.
“We will have to be ready to The Starkville boys are 24-1 “We have had some injuries this
play well,” Columbus coach Yvonne overall. Coach Greg Carter’s team year, so it’s a credit to the kids that
Hairston said. “The regular season has won 17 straight games. we have had this type of season,”
does not matter now. We have to The lone loss was a final-second Heritage Academy boys’ coach
play our best. A (possible region setback at Tupelo long before the Russ Whiteside said. “It’s just been
championship game with Tupelo) calendar turned to 2019. next man up. It’s been that way all
would be a huge challenge on their Both West Point teams will be year for us.
home floor.” looking to defend the home court “Everybody is always excited
Both Starkville High School against Saltillo Tuesday night in about postseason play.”
squads take the court in Class 6A, the Class 5A, Region 2 tournament. Both Oak Hill Academy squads
Region 3 play at Madison Central. West Lowndes is hosting the Class will play in the Class AA tourna-
Each is trying to back 6-0 region re- 1A, Region 6 event, with both Pan- ment at Marshall Academy, while
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level increases from
quarter that MSU used to to duplicate her knack for call a 30-second timeout. its 32nd-straight victory level increases from 1 8 2 3 6 4 9 5 7
Monday to Sunday.
break the game open. making difficult shots, The stoppage didn’t af- at the Hump in handing Monday to Sunday. Difficulty Level 2/09

The spurt began inno- but she is up for the chal- fect Scott or the Bulldogs. Tennessee (15-8, 4-6) its
cently enough following a lenge if it means the Bull- “We lost her shooting worst loss in a conference
missed Jazzmun Holmes dogs will keep winning. the three,” Warlick said. game. The previous mark
jump shot late in the third “I just try to focus on “I think she is explosive. was a 78-51 loss to Geor-
quarter. Scott gathered getting the ball up and if All of their guards, they gia on Jan. 17, 2000.
the inbounds pass on the it goes in it just goes in,” bring a difficulty because The 28-point margin
left wing and then used Scott said laughing. “I am they are super quick pen- of defeat was Tennessee’s
a power dribble to cre- not sure what happened etrators and also difficult second worst in program
ate space down the right with those. It was proba- when you can really shoot history. It matched a 72-
lane. It looked like Scott bly luck.” the three. That’s what she 44 loss to Notre Dame on
was going too quickly, but Scott said she and did today.” Jan. 23, 2012. It was three
she managed to get the sophomore guard Andra Scott added two free points shy of Tennessee’s Sunday’s Cryptoquote:
shot off at an improbable Espinoza-Hunter, who throws and another drive all-time worst loss, a 91-
angle and see it skip off started and had 11 points in the quarter. The final 60 setback to Texas on
the backboard and in. Af- on 4-for-13 shooting, have basket helped account Dec. 11, 1984.
ter the officials waived off similar skills they hope to for 20 points in the paint All of those elements
Zaay Green’s 3-pointer, use to help fill the void left in the last 10 minutes that
were exclamation points
MSU led 61-49 entering by the season-ending in- pushed the Bulldogs’ ad-
for Scott, who practiced
the final 10 minutes. jury to sophomore Chloe vantage in the category to
all week in the Bulldogs’
That was only the be- Bibby. In addition to giv- 50-30.
bye week and feels she is
ginning of Scott’s magic. ing the Bulldogs 3-point “Bre’Amber comes off
On MSU’s first posses- shooters without Bibby, the bench and just plays back to 100 percent.
sion of the fourth quarter, Scott said she and Espi- her heart out,” MSU “I felt pretty good,”
Scott drove from the left noza-Hunter can put the coach Vic Schaefer said. Scott said. “I wasn’t shoot-
wing. In splitting two de- ball on the floor if defens- “She gives us another ing the ball as well, but
fenders, she appeared to es don’t respect them and good defender. She had that was OK because my
slip or to make contact make the pay. two great charges. She’s team and coaches kept
with one of the Lady Vols. Scott capped one of her just a great help as de- me confident. I just went
As she fell to the floor, best quarters by nailing a fender and can also guard off the energy that my
Scott threw the ball to- 3-pointer with 8 minutes, on the ball.” teammates had. It wasn’t
ward the basket and saw 15 seconds remaining to Teaira McCowan one person or one thing.
it creep over the rim. kick MSU’s lead to 70- paced MSU (22-1, 10-0 It was the energy. We
Scott, who took two 51. The trey, which came SEC) with 24 points, 15 re- had good energy, so I just
charges to equal her sea- off an assist from Jordan bounds, and three blocked went off that and did the
son total entering the Danberry (20 points, four shots. Anriel Howard also most I could to help my
game, said she is willing assists), triggered an ex- had 16 points and 11 re- team.”
to do whatever she can to plosion inside the Hump bounds to help MSU earn Follow Adam Minichi-
help the team. She isn’t and forced Tennessee its 26th-straight SEC reg- no on Twitter @ctsportse-
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Southeastern Conference game be- The senior center poured in 24 Tennessee misses Westbrook
fore a crowd of 10,021 at Humphrey points and grabbed 15 rebounds Prior to tip-off, members of the
Coliseum. in 37 minutes. She also had three media received a press release that
“I have been in treatment all blocked shots and two steals in an ACROSS
said Tennessee sophomore point
week, and the trainer has been real all-around effort that included a 1 Second U.S.
guard Evina Westbrook wouldn’t president
good helping me get it back right, run-in with the scorer’s table. play due to a violation of a team rule. 6 Focused beam
and it showed tonight,” said Dan- McCowan helped set the tone In the statement, Westbrook, 11 Turning point
berry, who missed nearly all of the in the first quarter for an energetic the Lady Vols’ leading scorer at 16 12 Rust, for one
second half against Alabama last performance when she jumped onto points per game, said she “arrived 13 Visibly sad
Sunday after tweaking an ankle. the scorer’s table to the left of the 14 Doorstop shape
late and missed a class this past
Danberry might have to credit MSU bench in an attempt to track 15 Pub brews
week.” She said she takes full re-
teammate Anriel Howard for an as- down a loose ball. The hustle was 17 Snaky fish
sponsibility for her actions and that
sist. She said Howard was respon- part of a defensive showing by the 18 Pointer on a
it wouldn’t happen again.
sible a new braided hairstyle that Bulldogs that forced 18 turnovers. poster
Tennessee senior Meme Jackson
came to be after she decided she “I just gave my team energy,” 22 Molokai neighbor
“needed to do something” with her said the team learned Westbrook 23 Drinks noisily
said McCowan, who had her 19th wouldn’t play “a couple of days
hair. 27 Printer’s need
double-double of the season and ago. She didn’t think Westbrook’s 29 Minister to
There was no change in Danber- 58th of her career. She also inched
ry’s game plan to get to the rim. As absence “really affected us that 30 Method
two points away from passing Jen- much.” Jackson said Tennessee 32 Nick and Nora’s
MSU coach Vic Schaefer has said nifer Fambrough (1,677 points)
for the last two seasons, Danberry “had the game in our hands” trail- dog Sunday’s answer
and moving into fifth place on the ing 51-47 with 4 minutes, 17 sec- 33 Cat-footed
can get to her spot on the court any school’s all-time scoring list. 35 Maple fluid 4 Ones concerned 25 Trail
time she wants to. She exhibited onds left in the third quarter only to
“Diving at the ball gets the crowd 38 Indian gown with ethics 26 Order to Spot
that multiple times against Tennes- see it slip away. 39 Student of
excited, which excites us, and that’s 5 Fashion 28 Begins
see (15-8, 4-6), either by going spin “We were close,” Jackson said. Socrates 6 Like some diets 31 — culpa
what makes us want to go harder. “We just kind of stopped playing 41 Spot in the
cycle on a move in the lane and fin- 7 Firefighting tool 34 Stand
[I] just wanted to give the crowd hard.” ocean 8 Flank 35 Unwanted email
ishing with her left hand in the first
something to watch and not some- Rennia Davis had a season-high 45 French farewell 9 Border 36 Alan of
quarter, or dashing out in the open
thing that will make them want to 29 points and six rebounds for Ten- 46 Kitchen appli- 10 Country dance “M*A*S*H”
court and gliding in for a layup.
fall asleep.” nessee. ance 16 Slalom section 37 Aspirin target
“Jordan was as good today as 47 Painter Edouard
McCowan acknowledged run- “We had no answer for Rennia 18 Diamond 40 Summer shirt
she’s been in her career,” Schae- 48 Baltimore suburb workers 42 — Angeles
ning into the scorer’s table “hurt,” Davis,” Schaefer said. “She was as
fer said. “She had four assists, no 19 — a one (zero) 43 Genesis woman
even if Schaefer chided her by tell- good as I know she can be and knew
turnovers, and was 10-for-15 (from DOWN 20 Pool sticks 44 Cowboy nick-
ing her it is padded. she can be.”
the field). … The kid averaged two 1 Suitable 21 Ones who work name
points a game a year ago. She’s our 2 Game cube on walls
second leading scorer. I knew she Added work for Schaefer Notes 3 Gardner of movies 24 Take a breather
could do this. I knew from the mo- Schaefer is routinely seen run- The 91 points were the most
ment I saw her play in high school ning around Humphrey Coliseum MSU has scored against Tennes-
when I tried to get her the first and on the MSU campus. see. … The sellout crowd of 10,021
time. She’s just really playing well. McCowan’s activity on defense was MSU’s fourth of 10,000 or more
She’s another point guard. She sees likely will mean Schaefer will have this season. The attendance pushed
the floor well. She makes great de- some additional running to do in MSU’s average to 8,160 in 12 home
cisions with the ball. I just love her practice. With three blocked shots dates, which moves past Tennes-
attack mode right now. She was re- and no finger waving or stares at see (8,011) for second place in the
ally locked in today.” opponents, McCowan won a deal SEC. … The SEC regular-season
Danberry’s 10 field goals were with Schaefer, which means he will winning streak matches Auburn for
her second most in a game. She have to run a 34, a conditioning the sixth-longest streak in league
also recorded her third game of the drill, in practice. history. … Jazzmun Holmes had
season without a turnover and got “Coach (Schaefer) said I also seven points and eight assists (one
back into double figures in points have to keep my cool after blocking turnover) in 35 minutes. Her play
after her eight-point outing against a shot and make sure not to get too helped MSU bounce back from a
Alabama snapped her string of excited and behave poorly after,” 17-turnover effort against Alabama
16-straight double-digit scoring ef- McCowan said. with only eight. “She had everybody
forts. Schaefer said McCowan has where they needed to be all day,
been known to be a little “emotional every day, and all night,” Schaefer
McCowan adds to her totals and excited” after a block. He said said. “She really just led our team.”
Teaira McCowan delivered an- he agreed he would run a 34 if she … MSU will play host to Missouri
other dominating performance that has three blocks and stays within at 8 p.m. Thursday (SEC Network).
should help her case for SEC Player herself. Follow Adam Minichino on Twit- WHATZIT ANSWER
of the Year honors. ter @ctsportseditor
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AUTO RACING

After wreck, Johnson opens NASCAR season with win at Daytona
By DAN GELSTON plenty left. had the wreck there at the end, there were a lot of cars caught hours. But the race to victory
The Associated Press Johnson triggered a wreck but it’s been a really good day up in it,” Johnson said. lane in a race that really counts
that wiped out nearly the en- for the team.” The rain that ended the race comes in the regular season,
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. tire 20-car field at Daytona The celebration at Dayto- hit not long after the decisive and Johnson hasn’t won a Cup
— Jimmie Johnson’s youngest and zipped to the lead to win na comes with a caveat: the move and Johnson won for the race since June 4, 2017 at Dover.
daughter prays every night the rain-shortened exhibition last Daytona 500 pole-sitter to first time with new crew chief “We still need a points race
for Daddy to win a race. When Clash on Sunday. win the race was Dale Jarrett Kevin Meendering and new pri- win to say we’re back in victory
Johnson scuffled through the The seven-time Cup Series in 2000, and Johnson’s victory mary sponsor Ally. lane,” Johnson said. “But it was
worst season of his career, he champion failed to win a race doesn’t count in the official NA- “I inherited a great core a great first step today.”
felt the strain of not reaching for the first time in his career in SCAR record book. group of guys with the 48 team,” The wreck came 55 laps
victory lane. 2018, but a dose of aggression Paul Menard led 51 laps and Meendering said. “There’s a into the 75-lap event, and the
“It was putting some pres- put him back in victory lane controlled the race interrupt- strong foundation there, and race was called just four laps
sure on me,” Johnson said. during the opening weekend ed three times for rain. With the team really works well to- later. Kurt Busch was second,
Johnson called the invoca- of Speedweeks. Johnson’s win more rain looming, Johnson gether, and it gels together It’s followed by Joey Logano, Ryan
tion “cute to hear.” capped a banner day for Hen- dipped low and tried to side- made that transition a lot easi- Blaney and Bowman.
He didn’t feel the same about drick Motorsports: teammates draft Menard as they battled for er.” Busch said team owner Chip
critical comments saying John- William Byron and Alex Bow- the lead. But Johnson turned Johnson and longtime crew Ganassi complained to NA-
son was past his prime. The man locked in the front row for Menard and started a chain-re- chief Chad Knaus split at the SCAR about Johnson driving
43-year-old Johnson tweeted the Daytona 500 earlier in the action accident that left cars end of last season after seven below the double-yellow line to
“I’m far from done” in the off- day in qualifying. sideways and smoking behind championships. Knaus beat make the move. But Johnson
season, and with a risky move “It’s been a pretty awesome the No. 48 Chevrolet. Johnson in the race to the first was not penalized because he
in the rain, he showed there’s day,” Hendrick said. “I hate we “I looked in the mirror and race day bash — by just a few wreck forced him that low.

Comics & Puzzles
DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: carrier of this in the guest book, I discov-
Ten years genetic abnor- ered she had suffered many
ago, I had mality? — TORN personal hardships through-
an affair with IN MISSISSIPPI out her adult life, which con-
a married man DEAR TORN: tributed to her early death.
that resulted in The kind thing Because I was not able to
a pregnancy and to do would be help her as she helped me,
then a miscar- to contact your I want to pass along two im-
riage. I was also former lover portant lessons I learned: (1)
married at the privately. Explain Thank people and tell them
time. Pathology that you do not you care before it is too late,
testing revealed mean to intrude, and (2) be willing to lend a
ZITS that the child had but he needs to hand and an ear to someone
a rare genetic know something in need, because you may be
disorder inherited important. Then that one person who affects
on the paternal inform him that their life. She had a saying
side. My hus- it could save I would like to share, which
band’s genetic
Dear Abby him and his has guided my life: “Just open
test indicated wife a world of your ‘I’ and LIVE becomes
that he was not a carrier. The heartache if they have genetic LOVE.” — WITH LOVE IN
revelation led to my admis- testing done before planning MINNESOTA
sion of the affair and our to have a child, and why. You DEAR WITH LOVE: I’m sor-
divorce. would be doing them both ry for the loss of your caring
I didn’t tell the other man. an enormous favor if you and compassionate friend. I’m
His wife was unable to have disclose it. glad you took the time to write
children, so I didn’t think it DEAR ABBY: Decades ago, and share what a meaningful
would impact him. I recently while I was a college student, role she had in your life. That
GARFIELD found out he is divorced and a friend took the time and she made herself available
remarried to a younger wom- interest to help me through to listen when you needed
an. I have no idea whether a severe bout of depression. it is something more people
they plan to have children, but She likely saved my life. She should do because we live in
I’m torn about telling him he had no special training, just a stressful society in which
is a carrier for that life-threat- a kind heart and a willing ear. many individuals feel lost and
ening disorder. At the time, I didn’t realize alone. And I love her “motto”!
Selfishly, I do not want to the profound impact she had Dear Abby is written by
reopen this shameful period made. Our lives diverged, and Abigail Van Buren, also known
of my life, so my instinct is I never heard from her again. as Jeanne Phillips, and was
to leave it alone, but I feel Recently, I finally decided founded by her mother,
morally obligated to let him to reach out and thank her, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear
know. Should I contact him but unfortunately, an online Abby at www.DearAbby.com or
and tell him he was the father search revealed her 10-year- P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles,
of the child and that he is a old obituary. From the notes CA 90069.
CANDORVILLE
Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Feb. TAURUS (April 20-May don’t know your own strength.
11). You’re not going for the 20). Your life is full of gifts and Hint: It’s about five times more
trophy; you’re just going ever blessings, so many that if some- effective than you expect.
forward in the same direction, one off the street were to just LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).
and the trophy is one of the step into your life, that person When it’s not working, the
inevitable takeaways. More wouldn’t be sure where to start answer can be to try harder and
importantly, your experience the gratitude list. But you know do more. This isn’t always the
grows so vast that you’ll be where to start it. So go there, answer. Sometimes the answer
asked to teach and lead. Also and be happy. is to stop or to go at it a differ-
featured: an option to move and GEMINI (May 21-June 21). ent way. But right now, what’s
relationship ease that helps It will be a scenario you feel needed is repetition of effort.
you focus on a dream project. familiar with but on guard about. Prove your stamina.
BABY BLUES Leo and Libra adore you. Your You’ll prepare to say no, but VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
lucky numbers are: 8, 10, 3, 33 inexplicably, when the moment Greatness isn’t something that
and 17. comes, all won’t go as planned. exists in a few rare souls. It’s
ARIES (March 21-April Consider inviting a friend into in there inside all. The problem
19). It’s better to let off steam this with you. for many is that they just don’t
little by little than to let it build CANCER (June 22-July 22). believe in their own kernel of
and eventually blow up at an Whereas most people are not greatness. You’ll remedy this for
inopportune time. The perfect quite so effective as they think someone today.
partner in letting loose will they are, you have the opposite LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
come along tonight. dynamic going on today. You This is not a time for leaping.
Steps forward will be more
than enough. There’s some-
one you want to know better.
Allow things to build slowly and
steadily. Small risks escalate
BEETLE BAILEY the action. This is not a time for
leaping.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). Validation can be addictive.
Knowing this, when you hear the
praise, keep your head. Recog-
nize it for what it is, a sticky bit
of honey that can trap you if you
land and rest too long there.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). It’s time to narrow your
focus and home in on one goal.
Can you pull this off with less?
Can you involve fewer people?
By getting small, you will accom-
MALLARD FILLMORE plish big.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). Sometimes it’s right to
take “no” for an answer, and
other times, such as this one,
you have such a strong feeling
that your offering will really
help all involved that it’s worth
it to move past “no” with a
counteroffer.
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understand. Your options are to
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it takes and let them catch up
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ecute the trust and sell
6B Monday, February 11, 2019 said land and property
in accordance with the
terms of said Deed of
Legal Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 Trust and for
Legal Notices the pur-
0010 General Help Wanted 3200 Truck Driving 3700 Business Opportunity 6050 Apts For Rent: Other 7080
To: MARQUETTE D. IN THE CHANCERY
pose of raising the
sums due thereunder, GLASS GLAZIER CLASS A CDL DRIVER HISTORIC DOWNTOWN Penny
PROFIET, 602 4th COURT OF LOWNDES together with attorney's needed, experienced in with Truck & Lowboy Columbus: 411 Main COLEMAN
Street North, Columbus, COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
MS 39701
IN RE:
fees, trustee's fees and
expense of sale.
commercial & residen-
tial. Must have at least
8 years experience in
Trailer experience to
load, haul, & unload
heavy construction
St. Office, Retail, Res-
taurant Space available.
Call 423-333-1124.
pincher? RENTALS
TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Mi- storefront, hardware,
Pursuant to OCGA § 19-
8-12, notice is hereby ESTATE OF NANCY M. chael S. MacInnis, windows, shower doors,
equipment. Overnight
travel required. Only Apts For Rent: Northside 7010
1 BEDROOM
provide to you that a pe- JOHNSON, DECEASED Trustee in said Deed of etc. & valid driver's li- qualified applicants with 2 BEDROOMS
Trust, will on the 12th FOX RUN COMPANY LLC
tition for adoption has
been filed concerning TOMMY G. JOHNSON, day of February 2019,
cense. Excellent com-
munication skills, posit-
clean MVR, current
medical examiner’s 1 & 2 BR near hospital. 3 BEDROOMS
your biological child EXECUTOR offer for sale at public ive attitude & willing- certificate and no acci- $595-645/mo. Military
LEASE,

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K.A.H. born on May 22, outcry and sell within ness to get the job done dents need apply. Fax discount offered, pet
2015. The minor child’s CAUSE NO. 2019-009- legal hours (being right required! Salary resume to 662-492- area, pet friendly, and
mother is Takeytra JNS between the hours of will be determined by 4490 or email to jm.site furnished corporate DEPOSIT
Kenyatta Marlin, 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 experience. Contact masters@yahoo.com apartments available. AND
formerly known as NOTICE TO CREDITORS p.m.), at the Front Door Juanita or Glen at ON SITE SECURITY.
Takeytra Kenyatta of the Lowndes County 205-932-5812.
Bargain Column 4180 ON SITE MAINTENANCE.
Use and read CREDIT CHECK
Henry. The adoption pe- Letters Testamentary Courthouse, located at ON SITE MANAGEMENT.
515 2nd Avenue North,
tition was filed in the have been granted and
Superior Court of Hous- issued to Tommy G. Columbus, Mississippi
to the highest and best FULL TIME Position.
FOR SALE: Kenmore dry- 24-HOUR CAMERA
er, exc. cond. $95. SURVEILLANCE. classifieds 662-329-2323
ton County, State of Johnson, Executor of Must have valid driver's Call 901-293-7608. Benji @ 662-386-4446
Georgia, File No. 2018- the Estate of Nancy M.
A-3645-K, by Tommy Johnson, deceased, by
bidder for cash the fol-
lowing described prop- license & be able to Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm.
Sat/Sun by appt only.
and your 2411 HWY 45 N
erty situated in Lowndes drive truck w/ trailer for FOR SALE: Two wicker
Lee Marlin, Jr. In the ad- the Chancery Court of
option petition, you Lowndes County, Mis- County, State of Missis- delivery of equipment.
Some Counter Sales,
love seats, ideal for
porch, both for $80.
PEAR ORCHARD APTS dollars will COLUMBUS, MS
were named as the bio- sissippi, on the 22nd sippi, to-wit 2BR Townhouse - $585,
logical father of the day of January, 2019.
minor child. Pursuant to This is to give notice to Lot No. 70 in Chilcutt
Mechanical Knowledge
& lifting required. Apply
Call/text 901-293-
7608.
W/D incl. Great loca-
tion. $200 processing
go further. Commercial Property For
Subdivision, as shown in person at Handyman fee & $50 application Rent 7100
OCGA § 19-8-12, you all persons having
are hereby notified that claims against said es- in Subdivision Plat Book Rentals, Inc. on Hwy 82 MEN'S Pulsar Watch. fee. 662-328-9471 or Apts For Rent: Other 7080
2 at Page 4 in the of- West in Starkville. COMMERCIAL PROPER-
you will lose all of your tate to Probate and Re- Like new. $50. Two pair 662-889-7565.
rights to the minor child gister same with the fice of the Chancery of men's still toe boots. 1BR/1BA Apts for rent. TIES/Retail/Office
College Manor Apts, dir- Spaces starting @
Find
identified above and you Chancery Clerk of Clerk of Lowndes $40. Call 662-497- Apts For Rent: South 7040
will neither receive no- Lowndes County, Mis- County, Mississippi; HEAVY EQUIPMENT 2025. ectly across from MUW. $285/mo. Downtown &
tice nor be entitled to sissippi, within ninety subject to the restrict- SERVICE MECHANIC 1BR/1BA 505 5th Ave. Completely renovated, East Columbus loca-
incl granite countertops, tions. 662-435-4188.
What
object to the adoption (90) days after the first ive covenants filed for with verifiable experi- S. 1 block from down-
of the minor child un- publication of this No- record in Book 246 at ence, own tools and SWIRL DIAMOND Ring. town. Walking distance SS appls & W/D. 12 mo
less, within 30 days of tice to Creditors. A fail- Page 221 of the Land clean MVR. Submit Size 10. 10K gold. $85. to MUW. No pets. CAFB lease, dep req, $650/ OFFICE SPACE: 2,000
Records of Lowndes resume by fax to Call 662-497-2025. mo. 662-425-3817. square feet. 294
You’re
receipt of this notice, ure to so Probate and welcomed. XL l/r, d/r,
you file: (1) a petition to Register said claim will County, Mississippi, 662-492-4490 b/r & backyard. In- Chubby Dr. Flexible leas-
legitimate the child pur- forever bar the same. subject also to ease- or email to: jm.site Burial Plots 4250 cludes w/d, air condi- ing terms. Available
suant to OCGA § 19-7- ment for utilities across masters@yahoo.com tioner, gas heater, hard- now. 662-328-8254.
22 as a separate legal /s/ Tommy G. Johnson
action; and (2) a notice Tommy G. Johnson, Ex-
of the filing of the peti- ecutor
the rear five feet of said
lot and easement for MISSISSIPPI STATE
gas line across the front University (MSU),
2 BURIAL plots. Friend- wood floors, electric
ship Cemetery, Colum-
bus. Will sell together
stove, refrigerator.
$750/mo. $750 dep.
2BR/1BA located in
Historic Downtown HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
Columbus. 2,000 sqft. Columbus Office, Retail,
Looking
tion for legitimation with
the court in which the
action identified above
OF COUNSEL:
five feet of said lot.

I WILL CONVEY only
Department of Physics
and Astronomy. Job
duties include machine
or separate. $800 for
one. $1200 for both.
Call 662-327-3335.
662-364-6454.

Apts For Rent: West 7050
Hardwood floors Restaurant Space avail-
throughout. Open floor. able. Call 662-328-
Very nice. Incl W&D. 8655 or 662-574-7879.
For
is pending; and (3) a no- Aubrey E. Nichols, MB #
tice of the filing of the 3842
petition for legitimation The Nichols Firm, PLLC
such title as is vested
in me as Trustee.
shop, property control,
and safety policies.
View full job informa-
FRIENDSHIP CEMETERY
Burial Space. Square VIP
$1200/mo. Call
662-328-8655. Houses For Rent: Northside
7110
In
Rentals
to the person who is Post Office Box 1081 WITNESS MY SIGNA- tion and/or apply for #103 X-11. $800.
providing this notice to Columbus, MS 39703- TURE, this the 16th day position at www.msu- Call Wortley Cole,
you. Govern yourself ac- 1081 of January, 2019 jobs.msstate.edu. 2BR/1BA. 601 21st St.
Apartments
662-574-5591. DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA, N. $550/mo. $550 de-
cordingly. (662) 243-7312 Candidate will attach a CH&A, 1 story, W/D,
Michael S. MacInnis, cover letter, current posit. 770-316-1714. CLASSIFIEDS
& Houses
(662) 328-4345 FAX historic district, 1 block
Reginald L. Winfrey, anichols@thenichols- Trustee for resume or curriculum Farm Equipment & Supplies
from downtown, $625/ 3BR/1.5BA house in www.cdispatch.com
Esq.
Attorney for the Adop-
firm.net
johnson.tommy(003)
Southern Bancorp Bank vita, and the complete
contact information for
4420
1 Bedrooms mo. + $625 dep. NO Columbus. 1801 MLK
tion Petitioner Rawlings & MacInnis, at least three profes- 2016 CAT Skidsteer w/ 2 Bedroooms PETS. 662-574-8789.
Peaceful & Quiet area.
Dr. $695/mo. $695 de- Mobile Homes for Rent 7250
The CD Firm, LLC
P.O. Box 18862
PUBLISH: 1/28, 2/4, &
2/11/2019
P.A.
P.O. Box 1789
sional references. MSU
is an equal opportunity
mulcher. <1,000 hrs,
$88,500. 2016 John 3 Bedrooms posit. 770-316-1714.
3BR/2BA Trailer, New
Atlanta, GA 31126 Madison, Ms. 39130 employer, and all quali- Deere 5100E Tractor,
470-400-9461 TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF 601-898-1180 fied applicants will 210 hrs. $39,500. Furnished & COLONIAL TOWN-
HOUSES. 2 & 3 bed-
Hope school dist.
$500/mo & $500 dep.
SALE
Dates of Publication:
receive consideration
for employment without
205-329-1790. Unfurnished FIRST FULL MONTH
RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed-
room w/ 2-3 bath town- Call between 10a-7p.
PUBLISH: 1/28, 2/4, houses. $600 to $695. 662-386-4292.
2/11, & 2/18/2019 WHEREAS, on July 28,
2017, S.L. Properties
January 21, 28, Febru- regard to race, color, Sporting Goods 4720 1, 2, & 3 Baths room Apts/Townhomes.
Stove & refrigerator.
662-549-9555. Ask for NO TEXT MESSAGES.
ary 4, 11, 2019 religion, ethnicity, sex
IN THE CHANCERY L.L.C., executed a cer- (including pregnancy ED SANDERS Gunsmith Lease, Deposit $335-$600 Monthly.
Glenn or text.
COURT OF LOWNDES
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
tain Deed of Trust to Mi-
chael S. MacInnis,
Building & Remodeling 1120 and gender identity), Open for season! 9-5, & Credit Check Credit check & deposit.
Coleman Realty, FIRST FULL MONTH
RENT A fully equipped
camper w/utilities &
national origin, disabil- Tues-Fri & 9-12, Sat.
Trustee for Southern SUGGS CONSTRUCTION ity status, age, sexual Over 50 years experi- viceinvestments.com 662-329-2323. FREE! 2BR House, cable from $145/wk -

327-8555
IN RE: Bancorp Bank, benefi- orientation, genetic $485. 3BR House, $535/month. Colum-
Building, remodeling, ence! Repairs, cleaning, $550. 1BA, stove, re- bus & County School
ciary, which Deed of metal roofing, painting information, protected refinishing, scopes
ESTATE OF JAMES W. Trust was recorded in veteran status, or any frig, electric heat, win- locations. 662-242-
& all home repairs. mounted & zeroed, dow a/c. 1 yr. lease. 7653 or 601-940-1397.
WILDER, JR., DE- the office of the Chan- 662-242-3471 other characteristic handmade knives. DOWNTOWN LOFT.
Apts For Rent: Other 7080
CEASED cery Clerk of Lowndes protected by law. We Very big, nice 1 bed- Credit check. Coleman
Located: Hwy 45 Alt, Realty. 662-329-2323.
County, Mississippi in Tom Hatcher, LLC always welcome nomin- North of West Point, 1, 2, 3 BEDROOM apart- room. Wood floors, lots Commercial Property 8050
JEAN P. WILDER, EXEC- Book 2017 at Page Custom Construction, ations and applica- turn right on Yokahama ments & townhouses. of windows. $700 per
UTRIX 18248; and, month. Call Stewart, HOUSE WITH APART- BUILDING & LAND for
Restoration, Remodel- tions from women, Blvd, 8mi & turn left on Call for more info.
sale. 5,000 sq. ft. met-
ing, Repair, Insurance members of any minor- Darracott Rd, will see 662-328-8254. 662-364-1610. MENT NEAR MUW.
NO. 2010-010-PDE WHEREAS, default hav- claims. 662-364-1769. ity group, and others sign, 2.5mi ahead shop 323 13th St. N. 3 Blks al Ceco building. Loc-
ing been made in the Licensed & Bonded who share our passion on left. 662-494-6218. Apts For Rent: Other 7080 from MUW. L/r, d/r, ated on 8.5 ac. of land.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS terms and conditions of for building a diverse b/r, kitchen, large f/r Building includes 700
said Deed of Trust and community that re- w/ fireplace, 2BR/3BA. sq. ft. heated & cooled
Letters Testamentary the entire debt secured General Services 1360 flects the diversity in Laundry room, outside office, kitchen, bath and
have been granted and thereby having been de- our student population. fenced patio, screened tool room. Behind
issued to Jean P. clared to be due and FREE TRAINING for house at 6901 Hwy. 12
JOB SEEKING WOMEN; side porch & work room
Wilder, Executrix of the payable in accordance WITH ATTACHED APART- E. Steens. $150,000.
Estate of James W. with the terms of said COMPUTER TRAINING, 662-574-8437.
Wilder, Jr., deceased, Deed of Trust, South- RESUME WRITING, & IN- Medical / Dental 3300 MENT B/r, d/r, kitchen
TERVIEW SKILLS; & bathroom. NO HUD.
by the Chancery Court ern Bancorp Bank, the DENTAL ASSISTANT Ref. req. Dep. req. RETAIL SPACE Available
of Lowndes County, Mis- legal holder of said in- Tues & Thurs Evening
needed. Must have cur- Pets allowed w/ extra in Historic Downtown.
sissippi, on the 23rd debtedness, having re- classes start February
rent radiological license, dep. $1075/mo. 404 Main St. 3,000
day of January, 2019. quested the under- 5th. Enroll now at Chris-
CPR Certification, and 662-386-7506. sq. ft. $1,300/mo.
This is to give notice to signed Trustee to ex- tian Women's Job
at least 1 year experi- Call 662-328-8655
all persons having ecute the trust and sell Corps. Min H.S. Dip-
ence. Send resume to Houses For Rent: Caledonia or 662-574-7879.
claims against said es- said land and property loma or Equivalent re-
Office Manager
tate to Probate and Re- in accordance with the
gister same with the terms of said Deed of
quired. Call 662-722-
3016 or 662-597-1030
PO Box 8936
Columbus, MS 39705
Take down 7160
Houses For Sale: West 8350
2BR/1BA. Privacy
Chancery Clerk of
Lowndes County, Mis-
Trust and for the pur-
pose of raising the Need a Babysitter or a HELP WANTED that “for rent” fence. Walking distance
to school. $750/mo +
FSBO: 3BR/2BA in May-
hew, 1551 Garth Rd.
sissippi, within ninety sums due thereunder, Tutor? Call 662-574-
(90) days after the first together with attorney's
publication of this No- fees, trustee's fees and
0426. Teacher Certi-
fied in most subjects.
CARE CENTER OF
ABERDEEN
sign and get $750 dep. 1 year lease.
No pets. 662-242-
Close to Columbus,
Starkville & West Point.
0683. New HVAC, 1.7 acres,
tice to Creditors. A fail- expense of sale.
ure to so Probate and Need a Privacy Fence? NURSE CASE fast results large metal bldg incl.
$139,000. 662-418-
Register said claim will NOW, THEREFORE, I, Mi- Call me! Licensed w/ MANAGER (RN) Houses For Rent: Other 7180
forever bar the same. chael S. MacInnis,
Trustee in said Deed of
30+ years of exp. Call
or text 662-549-7167.
M – F, 8A – 4:30P with an easy 1 ROOM/1BA, Utilities
8984 or 662-552-1400.

/s/ Jean P. Wilder Jean Trust, will on the 12th
P. Wilder, Executrix day of February 2019, RETAINER WALL, drive-
RN SUPERVISOR
7A – 3P
classified ad. Included. $450/mo.
One person only. Refs
offer for sale at public way, foundation, con- req. Contact/leave a
OF COUNSEL: outcry and sell within message for more info:
Aubrey E. Nichols, MB # legal hours (being
crete, masonry restora-
tion, remodeling, base-
LPN 3P – 11P Full Time
Call today 662-328-8655.
3842 between the hours of ment foundation, re- CNA 6A – 2P Full Time
The Nichols Firm, PLLC 11:00 a.m. and 4:00
Post Office Box 1081 p.m.), at the Front Door
pairs, small dump truck
hauling (5-6 yd) load & CNA 2P- 10P PRN
to place 2BR/1BA 1417
Sanders Mill Rd. Old
Columbus, MS 39703-
1081
of the Lowndes County
Courthouse, located at
demolition/lot cleaning.
Burr Masonry Apply in person at your ad. country house in
Steens, Caledonia
(662) 243-7312 515 2nd Avenue North, 662-242-0259. Care Center schools, new carpet &
anichols@thenichols- Columbus, Mississippi 505 Jackson St,
328-2424 paint inside. $685/mo.

Reuse
firm.net to the highest and best Aberdeen $685 deposit. No pets.
bidder for cash the fol- WORK WANTED:
Licensed & Bonded-car- EOE Call 662-356-4764.
PUBLISH: 1/28, 2/4, & lowing described prop-
2/11/2019 erty situated in Lowndes pentry, painting, & de-

IN THE CHANCERY
County, State of Missis-
sippi, to-wit
molition. Landscaping,
gutters cleaned, bush
General Help Wanted 3200
the News
COURT OF LOWNDES hogging, clean-up work,
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI pressure washing, mov-
Lot No. 7 of Pinelawn
ing help & furniture Recycle
Subdivision, a subdivi-
repair. 662-242-3608
LILLIAN J. GRAMMAR
PLAINTIFF
sion of Lowndes County,
Mississippi, as shown this
Lawn Care / Landscaping
VERSUS
by plat or map of said
subdivision in Plat Book 1470 NewspapeR
1 at Page 87 of the re-
JOHN WAYNE GRAM- cords in the office of JESSE & BEVERLY'S
MAR, SR. DEFENDANT the Chancery Clerk of LAWN SERVICE. Mow-
Lowndes County, Mis- ing, cleanup, landscap-
CAUSE NO.: 2019- sissippi. ing, sodding, & tree cut-
0058-JNS ting. 356-6525.
Investment Property 8550
Subject to restrictive
SUMMONS BY PUBLICA- covenants and condi- Classes / Training Insurance Services-General
Painting & Papering 1620 GRAVEL FOR SALE on
TION tions and easements as
set forth in that certain SULLIVAN'S PAINT
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known and after dili- such title as is vested Call 435-6528
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YOUR ANSWER IS NOT
MAILED OR DELIVERED
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AND YOU APPEAR AT
SAID TIME, A JUDG-
Trust was recorded in
the office of the Chan- "We'll go out on a limb benefits! 25+ years of age. Five Questions:
MENT MAY BE ENTERED cery Clerk of Lowndes for you!"
Valid CDL Class A with 1 year Miscellaneous
AGAINST YOU FOR THE County, Mississippi in
MONEY OR OTHER RE- VICKERS TREE verifiable experience. Must be
1 Crazy
Book 2017 at Page DONATE YOUR CAR TO CHARITY.
LIEF DEMANDED IN THE 18263; and, SERVICE, LLC
PETITION. Tree trimming and re- able to lift 50+ pounds. Must Receive maximum value of write off for
You must also file the
WHEREAS, default hav- moval. Fully insured.
Free estimates. be able to speak, read, write your taxes. Running or not! All condi- Horse
ing been made in the
tions accepted. Free pickup. Call for
original of your Answer
with the Clerk of this
terms and conditions of *Now Accepting Credit
& Debit Cards* and communicate in English
said Deed of Trust and details. 855-400-8263
Court within a reason-
able time afterward.
the entire debt secured Call Curt 662-418-0889
thereby having been de- or 662-549-2902
enough to complete the job. TO ADVERTISE STATEWIDE in news- 2 Tiberius
clared to be due and “A cut above the rest” Able to work in extreme papers, call 601-981-3060.
GIVEN UNDER MY HAND payable in accordance
AND OFFICIAL SEAL OF with the terms of said
said Court of Columbus, Deed of Trust, South-
Clerical & Office 3050 weather conditions. Contact: Services-General 3 Furniture
Lowndes County, Mis- ern Bancorp Bank, the LOCAL COMPANY Royal T Energy LLC - Alex dealer
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sissippi, this the 31st
day of January, 2019.
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secretary. Previous ex-
Ortega, email: alex@royal- and 1000s of Shows/Movies On Demand
quested the under- perience helpful but not tenergy.com or Eliel Morales,
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