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Monday | April 15, 2019

Deadly storm ravages Monroe County

Weekend storms also hospitals, including two in critical condi-
tion. A tornado was reported in the Mon-
damage Oktibbeha County roe County area at the time.
In Hamilton, 72-year-old Robert Scott
AN ASSOCIATED PRESS AND DISPATCH said he had been sleeping in his recliner
STAFF REPORT late Saturday when he was awakened and
found himself in his yard after a tornado
Powerful storms swept across the ripped most of his home off its founda-
South on Sunday after unleashing sus- tion.
pected tornadoes and flooding that killed His 71-year-old wife, Linda, was in a
at least eight people and injured dozens, different part of the house and also sur-
according to an Associated Press report. vived, he said. They found each other
One Monroe County resident, as well while crawling through the remnants of
as three children in other states, were the house they have lived in since 1972.
among the dead. “We’re living, and God has blessed
Roy Ratliff, 95, died after a tree us,” Scott, a retired manager for a gro-
Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch
crashed onto his trailer in northeastern cery store meat department, said Sunday
The Monroe County volunteer fire station in Hamilton is destroyed after a Saturday Mississippi, Monroe County Road Man- as neighbors helped him salvage his be-
night tornado touched down in the county. The storm killed one person in Hamil- ager Sonny Clay said at a news confer- longings.
ton, sent 19 more to the hospital and destroyed multiple buildings in town. ence. Nineteen residents were taken to See Storms, 6A

Starkville looking Monday profile

to strengthen
stormwater A mother’s trip back to her daughter
Changes would increase
focus on stormwater
retention, runoff
for developments
By Alex Holloway

Starkville is look-
ing at strengthening
its stormwater ordi-
nance to help prevent
future problems with
Assistant City En-
gineer Cody Burnett
updated aldermen at Burnett
a work session Friday on a proposed
revision to the ordinance, which is
included in the city’s larger ongo-
ing development code rewrite. The
city’s development code lays out
the city’s requirements for zoning
and land type designations, as well
as the processes and guidelines for
building new developments or al-
tering existing ones.
Mary Pollitz/Dispatch Staff
Friday’s update was prompted
by flooding due to heavy rains ear- Crystal Rutherford, left, watches her mother, Mary Lou Benton, monogram a customer’s Easter basket at CML
Southern Designz Thursday afternoon. The mother-daughter duo started the monogram gift shop in 2016,
lier in the week. offering personalized gifts.
One change for the ordinance,

CML Southern Designz owners begin

Burnett said, is that it would re-
quire new developments or redevel-
opments to increase the amount of

new life together in New Hope

stormwater that can be retained.
The city’s current ordinance
requires developments to retain
enough water from two- or 10-year
rainfall events. Under the proposed BY MARY POLLITZ basket, the duo told their story of erford), because I was tired of the how they each came back home. police coming to my door. If I wasn’t
change, the requirement would be

increased to handle enough rainfall It started when Rutherford, who sitting there right on my phone, it’d
ary Lou Benton and her
for a 100-year event. lived in New Hope, constantly wor- be just little bit later, here come the
daughter, Crystal Ruther-
“Year” events are determined ried about her mother, who lived in sheriff’s deputy.”
ford, sat in their monogram
by the likelihood of a particular Kosciusko. Even after Benton moved in with
shop Thursday afternoon, with
amount of rainfall falling at a loca- “The area in Kosciusko she lived Rutherford in New Hope in 2011,
nearly 40 customer orders behind
tion in any given year, according in, they still had dial up internet,” Rutherford continued to worry
the counter.
to the U.S. Department of Agricul- Rutherford said. “That’s backwoods about her mother. Finally she gifted
Three years ago, the moth-
ture. For example, a two-year event to me.” her with a sewing machine and a
er-daughter duo started CML
has a 50-percent chance of happen- If Benton didn’t answer her project.
(Crystal Mary Lou) Southern
ing in any year, and a 10-year event daughter’s calls, a few hours later “They got me that sewing
Designz, from Rutherford’s home
has a 10-percent chance. A 100-year a police officer would knock on her machine just so I had something
where the two live with Rutherford’s
event has a 1-percent chance of hap- two children. The Cinderella shop door to make sure Benton was OK. to do,” Benton said. “I think I was
pening at a location in a given year. continued to grow, until it opened “We’ve always been close,” making a dinosaur quilt for (my
Burnett said the increase in the shop in New Hope in August. Benton said. “ I moved up here a grandson) William.”
threshold is not a multiplication. Selling Easter basket after Easter few years ago to live with (Ruth- See Profile, 3A
For example, a property that has
to prepare to retain enough storm-
See Ordinance, 3A

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2A Monday, April 15, 2019 The Dispatch •

Say What?
Did you hear? “I recognize the audacity of doing this as a
Midwestern millennial mayor.”
Omar says more death threats Indiana mayor and 2020 Democratic candidate
Pete Buttigieg. The 37-year-old launched his cam-
coming since Trump pushed video paign Sunday. Story, 5A.

White House press secretary: Trump

has a duty to highlight Democrat’s
history of making offensive comments
Trump using Tax Day visit
The Associated Press
death threats against her.
White House press sec-
to Minnesota to tout 2017 tax cuts
retary Sarah Sanders de-
WASHINGTON — Rep. White House Council
House Democrat, treasury chief
fended Trump earlier Sun-
Ilhan Omar says she’s day, saying the president
faced increased death has a duty to highlight of Economic Advisers
threats since President

bicker over Trump tax returns

Omar’s history of mak-
Donald Trump spread ing comments that others chief says tax cuts
around a video that pur-
ports to show her being
deem anti-Semitic or oth-
erwise offensive and that
continue to provide By ANDREW TAYLOR
dismissive of the 2001
terrorist attacks. “This is
he wished no “ill will” upon
the first-term lawmaker.
‘sustained, long-term The Associated Press

endangering lives,” she

said, accusing Trump of
But Omar said that
since Trump retweeted the
nourishment for our WASHINGTON — A top House Democrat on Saturday ratcheted
up his demand for access to President Donald Trump’s tax returns,
fomenting right-wing ex-
tremism. “It has to stop.”
video Friday night, she’s economy’ telling the IRS that the law clearly gives Congress a right to them. The
received many threats on government’s failure to respond by an April 23 deadline could send the
Her statement late Sun- her life that referred or re- By STEVE KARNOWSKI dispute into federal court.
day followed an announce- plied to the posted video. The Associated Press Trump’s treasury chief, who oversees the IRS, cited “complicated
ment by House Speaker “Violent crimes and legal issues” and bemoaned “an arbitrary deadline” set by Congress,
Nancy Pelosi that she has ST. PAUL, Minn. while saying he would answer in that time frame.
other acts of hate by right-
taken steps to ensure the — President Don- A new letter by Rep. Richard Neal, the House Ways and Means Com-
wing extremists and white
safety of the Minnesota ald Trump will use mittee chairman, comes after the Trump administration asked for more
nationalists are on the rise
Democrat and the speak- Tax Day on Monday time to consider his initial request last week. Neal had requested six
in this country and around
er’s call for Trump to take to visit Minnesota, years of Trump’s personal and business tax returns.
the world,” she said. “We
down the video. an erstwhile Demo- Neal, D-Mass., argues that a 1920-era law saying the IRS “shall fur-
can no longer ignore that
Soon after Pelosi’s cratic stronghold he nish” any tax return requested by Congress “is unambiguous and rais-
they are being encouraged
statement, the video disap- hopes to flip in 2020 es no complicated legal issues” and that the Treasury Department’s
by the occupant of the
after nearly winning Trump objections lack merit.
peared as a pinned tweet at highest office in the land.” it in 2016. Questions remain, how-
the top of Trump’s Twitter She said: “We are all Amer- ever, about just how much he’s
feed, but it was not delet- icans.” nesota,” said state Senate Majority tax cuts and the economy.
politically benefiting from his sig-
ed. Earlier, Pelosi issued a Leader Paul Gazelka, the top Re- Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar,
nature legislative accomplishment.
Pelosi was among statement while traveling publican in state government. “I a Democratic presidential candi-
Minnesota, which gave the
Democrats who had crit- in London saying she had country Democratic Vice Pres- think he realizes Minnesota’s in date, on Sunday criticized Trump’s
icized Trump over the spoken with congressional idents Hubert Humphrey and play.” tax cuts, saying they added tril-
tweet, with some accus- authorities “to ensure that Walter Mondale, hasn’t given its Ahead of Trump’s visit, Kevin lions of dollars to the nation’s debt
ing him of trying to incite Capitol Police are conduct- 10 electoral votes to a Republi- Hassett, chairman of the White and disproportionately helped the
violence against the Mus- ing a security assessment can since Richard Nixon in 1972. House Council of Economic Ad- wealthy.
lim lawmaker. An upstate to safeguard Congress- Trump came within 1.5 percentage visers, talked up the 2017 tax law “That tax bill was a major missed
New York man recently woman Omar, her family points of carrying the state in 2016 during a teleconference with re- opportunity,” she said. “That tax
was charged with making and her staff.” thanks to his strength among rural porters Friday. He said it’s working bill should have been a bill that
voters. exactly as its proponents predicted would have not only brought some
The state’s Democrats saw a and that it quickly made the U.S. taxes down for working people but
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Pope blesses palm branches as he ushers in Holy Week

By FRANCES D’EMILIO tures of triumph by onlook- ness, which represents the
The Associated Press ers when Jesus entered greatest danger, the most
Jerusalem. But not long treacherous temptation
VATICAN CITY — Pope after, according to the New threatening the church.”
Francis warned against Testament, the public’s He recommended humili-
being judgmental and too mood changed, and Jesus ty as a way to counter such
full of oneself, including was arrested, mocked, temptations.
authorities in the Catholic scourged and executed. Sprinkling holy wa-
church, in his Palm Sun- “Festive acclamations
day homily during Mass in ter, Francis blessed palm
and brutal torture: the si- fronds and olive branches
St. Peter’s Square, which lence of Jesus throughout
was crowded with tens clutched by pilgrims, tour-
his Passion is profoundly
of thousands of pilgrims, ists and Romans before
impressive,” Francis said
tourists and Romans. Mass began. He watched
in his homily.
The day ushers in Holy The pope cautioned from steps at the foot of the
Week, which will include against the temptation of obelisk in the center of the
Way of the Cross proces- “triumphalism,” which he square as prelates, hold-
sions around the world to said feeds itself by “look- ing dried, braided palms,
commemorate the Pas- ing askance at others and formed a circle around
sion, or suffering, of Jesus constantly judging them him. Then, cradling a
on Good Friday and his inferior, wanting, failures.” braided palm, he joined
death by crucifixion. Francis added that “one a solemn procession to a
Palm Sunday services subtle form of triumphal- canopied altar set up out-
The solunar period indicates
peak-feeding times for fish and game.
recall the cries and ges- ism is spiritual worldli- side St. Peter’s Basilica.
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Under the capitol dome

Analysis: Redistricting a big task for incoming lawmakers

Political boundaries are supposed to be redrawn at least once a suburbs. DeSoto County’s pop-
ulation grew 10.8% during those
Although Hinds County still
has the largest population of any
decade, after new Census numbers reveal which parts of the state seven-plus years, gaining about
17,500 residents. And it is still
county in the state, its numbers
decreased by 2.4%, or nearly
have gained residents and which have lost them growing. 5,900 people.
On the Gulf Coast, Harrison The population of the Delta’s
By EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS once a decade, after new Census sus in April 2010 and the most re- County grew 9.6%, an increase Leflore County decreased by an
The Associated Press numbers reveal which parts of cent date for which county-level of about 17,920 people. estimated 9.8%, with about 3,160
the state have gained residents estimates are posted, July 2017. Two suburban counties out- residents departing.
JACKSON — People elect-
and which have lost them. Mississippi lagged behind side Jackson also experienced Also in the Delta, Washing-
ed to the Mississippi House
Ideally, districts would be the national rate, growing an healthy growth. Madison Coun- ton County saw a decrease of
and Senate this year will be in
balanced by population, with estimated 0.5% during that pe- ty grew 9.9%, gaining more than 9.6%, or about 4,900 people.
charge of redrawing legislative
districts in the coming term. roughly 57,390 residents in each riod. In raw numbers, that is 9,400 residents. Rankin Coun- With redistricting ahead,
It’s an important and inher- Senate district and 24,460 in an increase from 2,967,297 to ty grew 7.1%, gaining just over these population changes are
ently political task. And things each House district. Those num- 2,984,100 in the state. 10,000 people. good for Republicans and bad
could get ugly in the push-and- bers are based on July 2017 pop- For years, the fastest-grow- Lamar County, near Hatties- for Democrats.
pull between the two major par- ulation estimates, which will, of ing part of Mississippi has been burg, grew 10.7%, gaining about Republicans are in a strong
ties. course, change once the nation- DeSoto County, in the far north- 5,700 people. position to maintain their ma-
Mississippi has 52 districts al head count is done next year. western corner of the state. Part A tougher story is being writ- jorities in the Mississippi House
in the Senate and 122 in the The Census Bureau website of the growth is driven by people ten in Hinds County, which is and Senate this year, based on
House. Political boundaries are shows that the U.S. population leaving Memphis, Tennessee, home to the capital city of Jack- the numbers of candidates run-
supposed to be redrawn at least grew 5.5% between the last Cen- and establishing homes in the son, and in the Delta. ning from each party.

Continued from Page 1A
water for a 10-year event hasn’t been updated since sizes. Burnett said there date, said
in Starkville must be able 2010. The city has looked have been issues with he liked the
to handle six inches of to similar municipalities, developments causing city taking
rain in a 24-hour period. such as Oxford, Tupelo flooding in other areas, a stricter
Preparing for a 100-year and Columbus, for guid- due to increased runoff. approach
event would increase that ance on the updated ordi- The change would seek to dealing
to 9.4 inches of rain in 24 nance. to help mitigate that prob- with storm-
hours. “Since then, there’s lem. water.
“I know that sounds then been a good bit of Any new development “ I ’ m Little
like a lot at first, but it’s technology and litera- larger than two acres pleased with us going
important to keep in mind ture released, so this is a would need to conduct a with the more stringent
that a 100-year event is great time to be updating study to determine how stormwater ordinance,”
not 10 times greater than this code,” Burnett said. best to handle increased Little said. “Newer de-
a 10-year event,” Burnett “I think it’s worth saying runoff and whether to velopments shouldn’t be
Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff
said. that all updates and revi- implement stormwater encountering these prob- Assistant City Engineer Cody Burnett talks about pro-
“One note is that a sions are under review storage adjustments to lems, in my opinion.” posed updates to Starkville’s stormwater ordinance.
lot of engineers are al- and subject to change. prevent flooding. Little said some neigh- The city is considering strengthening the ordinance.
ready designing systems Even though we are ap- “If they are capable of borhoods, like the second
for this 100-year event proaching a final product, meeting the stormwater phase of Country Club lems, moving forward. impacted and probably
because it’s common in we’re still getting feed- ordinance as is, this is a Estates, have problems “When that’s at ca- won’t, I would hope, but
other municipalities as back from other depart- little more work but it’s due to natural creeks be- pacity, that little channel nevertheless, you can’t
a measure of safety,” he ments and colleagues.” not more difficult work,” ing altered during devel- overflows the culvert drive down through that
later added. “We’re just The proposed updates he said. “It’s pretty intui- opment. He said he’d like and starts running down area and Pebble Beach
hoping to make this a re- also include a provision tive if you know how to do to see the city take a look the street,” he said. “We (Road) when it’s happen-
quirement, rather than a that would automatical- what we already require.” at addressing those prob- haven’t had any homes ing.”
suggestion.” ly trigger downstream Ward 3 Alderman Da-
Burnett said the city’s drainage studies for de- vid Little, who Burnett
stormwater ordinance velopments of certain said asked for the up-

Continued from Page 1A
With that initial proj- brought me out of that months, but so far, have
ect, the mother-daughter depression. His death been able to pull ahead.
duo started an at-home reminded me of how “You don’t do this for
activity that flourished precious life is, and how the money,” Rutherford
into CML Southern it could be taken away said. “You do it because
Designz on New Hope with no warning.” you love it.”
Road. Since moving in with The best part of
Rutherford makes her daughter, Benton working the business in
vinyl t-shirts, hats and said she has found her- New Hope, Benton said,
bags, while Benton self, her happiness and
is talking to customers
works the monogram her life again.
and making sure each
machine with thread. “We live together
and we work together,” person who walks in
“What I can’t do she
can,” Benton said. “What Benton said. “It’s just the door looking for a
she can’t do, I can.” awesome, and having gift, finds a story and a
those grandbabies sure friend.
“I love living here,”
Finding herself again does help too.”
Sometimes, Ruth- Benton said. “I’ve never
Before moving in with
her daughter, Benton erford said, Southern met a stranger. I keep
took care of her own Designz barely breaks saying one day I will, but
mother for nearly a de- even. They have hard I never have.”
cade until her mother’s
death in 2009.
For years, Benton
pushed her career as a
graphic designer aside
and shifted full focus on
helping her mother.
“When Mom died,
I just kind of lost it,”
Benton said. “She was
like superwoman to me.
When she died, since I
knew she was dying, I
thought I was prepared,
but I never was. It’s like
I lost my mother and my
baby at the same time
and I just needed to find
me. It took a while.”
Benton said losing
her mother put her in a
depression for about a
year after her mother’s
death. It ended when she
began planning a fishing
trip with her father.
Then one day Ben-
ton called her dad, but
he never answered the
“About an hour later,
the deputy sheriff came
to let me know my dad
was dead,” Benton said.
“We never did get that
trip. Mom’s death, even
though it was expected,
put me in a dark place, in
a very dark depression.
Dad’s death actually
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Ducks take a stroll
“The duck’s I even enlisted Harry the cat to help, but
nest was found even Harry couldn’t get them to go back
today near the to the lake. I had no choice but to give
trail on the dry up and to hope and pray for the best.
open prairie Thankfully, ducks have excellent
with, as far as vision. I’ve marveled at how I can step
could be seen, no out the front door or from the car and
water or marsh the ducks honk at me from across the
near.” field. Their eyes are located on either
George side of their head, giving them a field of
Mercer Daw- vision of almost 340 degrees. Because
son, Canadian of the shape of their eyes they can see
geologist and Shannon Bardwell near and far at the same time. They
surveyor (1849- have three eyelids and see in color. I’m
1901) not sure how scientists know they see in
color, but they say they do.
The oddest thing happens every year I’ve seen one duck sleep while the
about this time. Besides the torrential other keeps a single “eye” out. Some-
rains, the Pekin ducks come waddling times they both sleep, but research
up to the house. They leave the big shows part of their brain may stay
lake, waddle across the field and around awake so they can sense a threat in less
to the back of the house, then forage than a second.
through the grass. They also park Pekin ducks can lay over 150 large
themselves under the bird feeders and white eggs in a year. They are not
nibble for spilt seed. This is not a good awhile, then head back to the lake. and covered myself in case I had to pick known to be good “sitters” and leave
thing. There’s no protection for them in Last week they spent the whole day Hilda up in my arms. She would fight their eggs just about anywhere. I have
the wide-open spaces. Pekins can’t fly. near the house foraging and sleeping. me, but I thought carrying her close cooked duck eggs. The yolk is very
They are a heavy breed, and their wings When they sleep, they lower close to the to my chest would calm her and Helen yellow and nutritious, but somehow it
don’t provide the lift power needed. ground and turn their heads backwards, would follow. It was not to be. Normally doesn’t seem right to cook Helen’s and
The whole reason our ducks have a tucking their bill into their back feath- I can herd them back to the lake, but Hilda’s eggs. The sisters are 7 years old
lake with a floating platform is for safe- ers. They look so lovely — so white and that day they’d circle back on me or now. They must be doing something
ty. So, in the early spring they chose peaceful, but it’s not safe and I worry. around the trees. I picked up a stick and right.
to waddle to the house. It’s baffling. The skies darkened and the rain tried to gently guide them like a shep- Email reaches Shannon Bardwell of
Mostly they meander around the house began to fall. I grabbed a kitchen apron herdess, but they would have none of it. Columbus at


Stealing the tools

When I was very young,
maybe 40 years ago, I
worked with a number of
unreconstructed working-
men. They had been born
on farms, most of them, and
many of them had plowed
with a mule, or picked cotton
by hand.
They’d left that life and
found factory work in a
large Midwestern city. They
Marc Dion
all smoked, and they wore
no jewelry except a gold
wedding band and a silver-colored wristwatch with an
expandable band.
They had an intense dislike of the boss and an even
stronger dislike for a workingman who liked the boss.
They had their own language, too, and I used to
speak it pretty well before I came out of graduate
school with my second piece of stamped paper and
went to work for newspapers, where my language be-
came polluted by press releases and co-workers who
State of the nation
were the sons of lawyers.
To those old guys, getting fired was called “getting
a DCM.” In that language, “DCM” stood for “don’t
Twitter ain’t America
come Monday.” An appropriately nomination, and enjoys by hyper-partisans is probably one
And when things weren’t going well for the compa- Twitteresque meme a 14-point lead in early reason why Americans have so
ny, when work in the plant was slowing down, there circulated recently on voting states. A separate many misconceptions about one
weren’t may new orders, the overtime was gone and that platform: Write a poll of Iowa Democrats another. Also, websites such as You-
the boss was looking even more pointy-nosed than sad story in just three also put Biden at the top Tube and cable TV programmers
usual, one of my 50-something, big-knuckled co-work- words. This was an of the list. have figured out how to monetize
ers would look around and speak in kind of a sigh. homage to Ernest There is a message our political preferences by feeding
“Well, boys,” he’d say. “It’s time to start stealing Hemingway, who, here for candidates and us exactly what they think we want
the tools.” challenged to write a also for ordinary Twitter to hear. This leads to intensified
What he meant was that the company was going sad story in only six denizens. It’s tempting polarization.
under, so you might as well steal something you could words, grabbed the for candidates to pitch We’re all familiar with surveys
sell after the last paycheck bounced. nearest blank paper their messages to the showing that more Americans
It was a crude, blunt, dishonest way of dealing and scrawled: “For Mona Charen Twitter audience. It can would be upset if their child
with the certain knowledge that your DCM was being sale: baby shoes. Never provide a sugar high of brought home a potential spouse of
cooked up in the payroll office. worn.” Or so the story goes. It’s immediate positive feedback. And the other party than would object to
Lately, as the rich bribe their kids into college, and too good to check. Responses to who doesn’t love sugar? But as the a fiance of another race. That’s an
the president’s holding his tax returns like he’d hold the three-word challenge ran the Hidden Tribes project has found, arresting finding, suggesting that
the private area of a protesting starlet, as the drug gamut from “People trust CNN,” to the Democrats who post to social we’ve made huge progress on one
companies hold your insulin hostage, as the full-time “Trump elected again.” I suggested, media like Twitter are markedly to prejudice only to substitute in a new
work vanishes, and the part-time work is everywhere, “Twitter represents America.” the left of Democrats as a whole. one.
and the guys with the deep dedication to Jesus consid- It would be a sad story if it were As Nate Cohn and Kevin Quealy Partisans have also misled us.
er cutting Social Security, I’ve got the feeling that the true, but there are many reasons break it down in The New York FiveThirtyEight reported on poll
guys at the top are stealing the tools. to doubt that Twitter represents Times, 53 percent of Democrats, results showing what the parties
Of course, when I was down on the loading dock, anything other than a cacophony of but only 29 percent of Democrats think of one another. Asked to
taking a cigarette break 40 years ago, it was only us curmudgeons. who sound off on social media, estimate how many Democrats
hourly bums who considered swiping a socket set Consider the Biden touching im- describe themselves as moderate were atheists or agnostics, Republi-
before the ship went down. The guys in the office broglio. For days and days, Twitter or conservative. Seventy percent cans guessed 36 percent. The true
seemed calmer, and we knew they were more likely and other social media were alight of Democrats at large, but only 48 number is 9 percent. Democrats
than we were to have some cushion money in the with Biden hashtags and hot takes. percent of social media Democrats, thought 44 percent of Republicans
bank. The phrase “creepy Joe Biden” say political correctness is a prob- were 65 or older. The correct
I’m watching the whole rich carnival of thievery in generated half a million Google lem in America. Fifty-three percent figure is 21 percent. Republicans
America, a carnival conducted mostly at the top, and searches. In part in response to of Democratic social media posters thought 46 percent of Democrats
I’m wondering why the bosses would steal the tools. this, cable commentators speculat- say they have become more liberal were black. The actual number: 24
Don’t they have a little cushion money somewhere? ed about whether Biden’s #MeToo over time, versus only 30 percent of percent. And Democrats believed
And they do, but they’ve sensed it doesn’t matter moment (which it really wasn’t) other Democrats. that 44 percent of Republicans earn
what you take now. They laid the security guard off would prove fatal to his potential The social media Democrats are $250,000 or more. The true share:
months ago, and you can get anything out the back presidential run. not only more “woke” than typical 2 percent.
door. Or not. A number of surveys this Democrats, they are also more There is money and fame to be
They must think they’ve got some chance of keep- week show that voters in general educated (47 percent have a college had for the partisan shriekers —
ing what they steal, after America closes, and they are in a different world from social degree compared with 33 percent and there is no shortage of those
padlock the door, and tell the rest of us not to come media. The key constituency for a of nonposters) and more white feeding at that trough. But most
Monday. Biden bid — Democratic primary (71 percent versus 55 percent). Americans, 77 percent, remain
In my life, I’ve worked through layoffs, buyouts, voters — are untroubled by reports Forty-five percent of those who are in what the Hidden Tribes survey
forced overtime, no overtime, pay cuts, company of his excessive touching. A Quin- active on social media have con- dubbed “the exhausted majority.”
bankruptcies, “staff reductions” and sudden closings. nipiac poll of California Democrats tributed to a political cause in the They still believe that “our dif-
I know when it’s coming, but this is the first time (California has an early primary past year, compared with only 14 ferences are not so great that we
I’ve ever seen a boss scurry out the back door with a next year), found that 71 percent did percent of other Democrats. cannot come together.” Candidates
box of tools. not regard the touching as a serious Candidates who mistake the who hope to lead us out of our cur-
Marc Dion, a nationally syndicated columnist, is a issue. That included 67 percent of Twitterverse for the Democratic rent slough will keep that in mind.
reporter and columnist for The Herald News, the daily women. A Morning Consult poll electorate may be in for a rude Mona Charen is a Senior Fellow
newspaper of his hometown, Fall River, Massachusetts. found that Biden is a double-digit shock. at the Ethics and Public Policy
For more on Dion, go to go to favorite among Democrats for the The domination of social media Center.
The Dispatch • Monday, April 15, 2019 5A

APNewsBreak: Trump building up a campaign cash advantage

Trump campaign: donation of $34.26.

Nearly all donations

Trump’s fundraising ability
was matched by the Repub- ‘Mayor Pete’ joins 2020 Democrat
lican National Committee,
were $200 or less, which brought in $45.8 million
in the first quarter — its best
race as face of new generation
with an average non-election year total. Com- The Associated Press the land.” In the hours after his announcement,
bined, the pro-Trump effort
donation of $34.26 is reporting $82 million in the SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Pete Buttigieg, the
more than $1 million in donations poured in,
said Lis Smith, speaking for the campaign.
bank, with $40.8 million be- little-known Indiana mayor who has risen to
By ZEKE MILLER The South Bend mayor, a Rhodes scholar
The Associated Press longing to the campaign alone. prominence in the early stages of the 2020 Dem- and Afghanistan War veteran who has been es-
Trump formally launched ocratic presidential race, made his official cam-
his reelection effort just hours sentially campaigning since January, has joined
WASHINGTON — Presi- paign entrance Sunday by claiming the mantle
after taking office in 2017, ear- a dozen-plus rivals vying to take on President
dent Donald Trump’s reelection of a youthful generation ready to reshape the
lier than any incumbent has in country. Donald Trump.
campaign is set to report that it
raised more than $30 million in prior years. By contrast, for- “I recognize the audacity of doing this as a “The forces of change in our country today
the first quarter of 2019, edg- mer President Barack Obama Midwestern millennial mayor,” he said to cheers are tectonic,” he said. “Forces that help to ex-
ing out his top two Democratic launched his 2012 effort in of “Pete, Pete, Pete” from an audience assembled plain what made this current presidency even
rivals combined, according to April 2011 and had under $2 in a former Studebaker auto plant. “More than a possible. That’s why, this time, it’s not just about
figures it provided to The Asso- million on hand at this point in little bold, at age 37, to seek the highest office in winning an election — it’s about winning an era.”
ciated Press. the campaign.
The haul brings the cam- Obama went on to raise stronger position at this point joint account used for high-dol- — which it lacked in 2016 — in
paign’s cash on hand to $40.8 more than $720 million for his than any previous incumbent lar gifts, and the Trump Make the coming weeks. Bundlers
million, an unprecedented war reelection. Trump’s reelection president running for re-elec- America Great Again Com- are mid-tier donors who bring
chest for an incumbent presi- effort has set a $1 billion target tion, and only continues to mittee, the low-dollar digital in contributions from their as-
dent this early in a campaign. for 2020. build momentum.” fundraising operation known sociates.
The Trump campaign said Trump campaign manager Trump’s fundraising with internally as “T-Magic.” The Together, the Trump entities
nearly 99% of its donations were Brad Parscale said in a state- the RNC is divided between campaign is set to launch a tra- have raised a combined $165.5
of $200 or less, with an average ment that Trump “is in a vastly two entities: Trump Victory, the ditional “bundling” program million since 2017.

Area obituaries
COMMERCIAL DISPATCH Home is in charge of of arrangements. Cockrell Funeral Home Helen Iris Harris, both Tommy Cowart Sr.
OBITUARY POLICY arrangements. Mr. Burnett was is in charge of arrange- of St. Cloud, Florida
Obituaries with basic informa- COLUMBUS —
Ms. Holland was born Feb. 11, 1935, in ments. and Bonnie Hammett
tion including visitation and Tommy Cowart Sr., 75,
born Sept. 9, 1945, in Lamar County, Ala- Mr. Todd was born of Corinth; and brother,
service times, are provided
Detroit, Michigan, to bama, to the late Frank in Brooksville, to the J.K. Todd of Piscataway, died April 14, 2019, at
free of charge. Extended obit-
uaries with a photograph, de- the late Jane Stuart and Bertha Burnett. He late Archie and Nellie New Jersey. his residence.
tailed biographical information Kincannon Holland was a graduate of Sul- Triplett Todd. He was a Memorials may be Arrangements are
and other details families may and Newton Raymond ligent High School and graduate of Brooksville made to First Baptist incomplete and will be
wish to include, are available Holland. She attended attended Brewer State High School and was Church, P.O. Box 510, announced by Lowndes
for a fee. Obituaries must be
Mississippi University Jr. College and Mem- a U.S. Army veteran, Macon, MS 39341. Funeral Home.
submitted through funeral
homes unless the deceased’s
for Women and was a phis State University serving in the Korean
body has been donated to graduate of Mississippi School of Banking. He Conflict. He was also a
science. If the deceased’s State University. She was a U.S. Army veter- member of the Missis-
body was donated to science, was formerly em- an and served on the sippi Army National
the family must provide official ployed as a therapist Department of Human Guard. He was former-
proof of death. Please submit in Starkville, Bay St. Resources Board, Ver- ly employed with the
all obituaries on the form non Water Board and
Louis and Jackson. Borden Plant in Macon,
provided by The Commercial
Dispatch. Free notices must
In addition to her as president of Citizens B & W Boiler in West
be submitted to the newspa- parents, she was pre- State Bank. He was a Point, as a deputy sher-
per no later than 3 p.m. the ceded in death by her member of First Baptist iff in Florida, Florida
day prior for publication Tues- infant daughter, Vicki Church of Vernon. State Corrections De-
day through Friday; no later Stuart Doughty. He is survived by his partment and as a com-
than 4 p.m. Saturday for the She is survived by wife, Jane Burnett of mercial carrier truck
Sunday edition; and no later
her children, Shannon Vernon; sons, Anthony driver. He was also a
than 7:30 a.m. for the Monday
Doughty Bacot and Burnett and Joseph CPR educator for the
edition. Incomplete notices
must be received no later than William Evans Doughty Burnett, both of Ver- American Red Cross.
7:30 a.m. for the Monday Jr., both of Starkville non; sister, Anne Hollis He was a member of
through Friday editions. Paid and Jennifer Doughty of Sulligent; and two First Baptist Church of
notices must be finalized by 3 McDonald of Meridian; grandchildren. Macon.
p.m. for inclusion the next day seven grandchildren; Pallbearers are Fred- In addition to his
Monday through Thursday; and and one great-grand- die Burnett, Jeff Miller, parents, he was preced-
on Friday by 3 p.m. for Sunday
child. Bruce Burnett, Eddie ed in death by his son,
and Monday publication. For
more information, call 662- Memorials may be Holley, Danny Hollis William Owen Todd
328-2471. made to the Oktibbe- and Rod Helms. Jr.; and siblings, Nellie
ha County Humane Margaret Hizer, David
Terry Hope Society, P.O. Box 297, Jane Mikell Todd and Roscoe Todd.
Starkville, MS 39760 or COLUMBUS — Jane He is survived by
COLUMBUS — Ter- to the Fisher Center for H. Mikell, 91, died
ry L. Hope, 59, died his wife, Marianna K.
Alzheimer’s Research April 14, 2019, at her Todd of Macon; son,
April 14, 2019, at Bap- Foundation, 110 E. residence.
tist Memorial Hospi- Robert D. “Bobby”
42nd St., 16th Fl., New Arrangements are Todd of Macon; sisters,
tal-Golden Triangle. York, NY 10017. incomplete and will be
Arrangements are Ida Faye Oglesby and
announced by Lowndes
incomplete and will be
announced by Lowndes
Jim Burnett Funeral Home.
VERNON, Ala. —
Funeral Home.
Jim D. Burnett, 84, died William Todd
April 13, 2019, at his MACON — William
Lynn Holland residence. O. “Bill” Todd died
STARKVILLE — Services are at 2 April 12, 2019, at his
Lynn Kincannon Hol- p.m. Monday at the home.
land, 73, died April 13, First Baptist Church Services will be
2019, in Columbus. of Vernon with Clyde at 10 a.m. Tuesday at
A Celebration of Life Stephens and Randy Cockrell Funeral Home
service will be held at Tolleson officiating. Chapel with Steve
2 p.m. Tuesday at the Burial will follow at La- Galloway officiating.
Church of the Resur- mar Memory Gardens. Burial will follow at
rection. Visitation will Visitation is one hour Oddfellows Cemetery.
be from 12:30-2 p.m. prior to services at the Visitation will be one
prior to services at the church. Chandler Fu- hour prior to services
church. Welch Funeral neral Home is in charge at the funeral home.

Edgar Yarborough
Memorial Gunter Peel
Funeral Home
2nd Ave. North Location
6A Monday, April 15, 2019 The Dispatch •

Junior Classical league Convention

Isabelle Altman/Dispatch Staff

Heritage Academy Latin students and Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science students pose with the
MSMS students’ handmade chariot at the Mississippi Junior Classical League Convention at Mississippi Universi-
ty for Women’s campus Friday. Students studying Latin and classics from six schools around the state attended
the event, hosted by MSMS, which featured athletic and academic competitions.

Heritage Academy Elementary announces new principal

Special to The Dispatch 2012 – 2017 as the gifted program 1991. She obtained her Masters De-
coordinator for the Columbus Mu- gree in gifted studies from Missis-
Area Educator nicipal School District and was a sippi University for Women in Au-
Dawn Perry Daw- Cook Elementary School gifted re- gust 1995 and her Ed.S. educational
kins has been named source teacher for Grades 2-5 from leadership degree in August 2010
Heritage Academy August 1998–May 2017. In addition, from MSU. In 2008, Dawkins was
Elementary principal
she was the gifted resource teach- named Cook Elementary Teacher
effective June 1.
er for Grades 2-4 and 6th grade of the Year and that same year she
She will assume
at Kosciusko Middle Elementary was named Columbus Municipal
the position previous-
ly held by longtime
Dawkins School from 1992-1998. She also School District Teacher of the Year.
educator Cindy Wamble who is taught special education for Grades Dawkins is a native of Carthage,
retiring after a 38 year career as a 1-6 at Alexander Attendance Center Mississippi. She is married to Ran-
principal and teacher. in Starkville during the 1991-1992 dy Dawkins, an airline captain with
Most recently Dawkins has school year. The National Board Endeavor Airlines. They have one
served as HA Elementary assistant Certified Teacher received her daughter, Sydney, who is an 8th
principal and teacher of entrepre- B.S. in elementary education from grader at Heritage Academy. The
neurial studies at Heritage High Mississippi State University in May Dawkins are members of First Unit-
School. She previously served from 1991 and gifted certification in July ed Methodist Church in Columbus.

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

Continued from Page 1A
National Weather Ser- tiple trees were downed.
vice meteorologist John Further damage has
Moore said a possible been reported east of
twister touched down in Mississippi State Uni-
the Vicksburg, Mississip- versity, such as downed
pi, area. No injuries were trees near Aspen Heights
reported, but officials re- and The Retreat apart-
ported damage to several ments.
businesses and vehicles. As cleanup continues,
Campanella advised resi-
Oktibbeha County dents to take pictures of
In Oktibbeha Coun- damage before debris is
ty, Saturday’s storms removed. She also said
caused damage south if residents are paying
and east of Starkville. for cleanup services and
The National Weather the service includes de-
Service in Jackson con- bris removal, it needs to
firmed Monday morn- be removed from their
ing that two tornadoes property and not just left
touched down in Oktib- at the road for the county Austin Frayser/Special to The Dispatch
beha County. The first, to pick up. Zach Nason helps clean up in the Craig Springs com-
an EF-2 with maximum Jon Turner, public re- munity in Oktibbeha County. The Saturday night torna-
winds of 113 miles per do caused damage south and east of Starkville.
lations and marketing
hour, started in north- manager for 4-County on Sand Road lost power spared from the worst of
ern Winston County Electric Power Associa- during the storm. He said the storm. The univer-
and moved northeast, tion, said the cooperative an apartment in the Cot- sity’s South Farm Beef
into Oktibbeha County had 46 outages that af- ton District had a tree fall Unit was damaged and
through Craig Springs fected about 1,500 mem- on it and has had service trees were down along
and stopped near James bers after the storms. suspended until the tree Hail State Boulevard.
Road, just south of the in- Turner said they were all is removed. “...Initial assessments
tersection of Highway 25 resolved by Sunday after- MSU Chief Communi- are that we have no inju-
and Old Highway 25. noon. cations Officer Sid Salter, ries, no visible structural
A second tornado, Terry Kemp, general who provided Saturday damage and no signifi-
EF-1, touched down at manager of Starkville evening updates on the cant impacts on normal
10:18 p.m. just east of Utilities Department, storm’s impact on the campus operations,” Salt-
the Starkville Country said only one residence university, said MSU was er said.
Club. It traveled north-
east through Oktoc and
Blackjack and stopped
near Sand Creek and the
Garden Homes of High-
lands Plantation at 10:26
Neither tornado
caused any injuries, and
Oktibbeha County Emer-
gency Management Di-
rector Kristen Campan-
ella said no residents
have been displaced.
Campanella said 10
homes and a church
were damaged in Craig
Springs. In the Hillbrook
subdivision off of Oktoc
Road, about six homes
were damaged and mul-
mississippi state football

Receiving corps among questions for Dawgs entering new season

BY BEN PORTNOY On the first play from scrimmage, senior Stephen Guidry shot through
the middle of the defense on a crossing
And so the Mississippi spring, its tor- route.
rential downpours, tornados, and fluctu- Nearing the first down marker, junior
ating sunshine, will begin to shift toward quarterback Keytaon Thompson deliv-
the summer. ered a strike right into Guidry’s hands.
The Mississippi State football team Plop.
will also make its turn toward the sum- Nick Gibson, a
As the tough, leathery coating of the
mer and ensuing regular season. senior running
football pounded the plastic of Guidry’s
With the end of Saturday’s Maroon back for Mis-
shoulder pads in the middle of his chest,
and White scrimmage, the Bulldogs will sissippi State,
it fell to the ground, incomplete.
conclude spring practices Tuesday with takes off with
Senior tight end Farrod Green fur-
a walkthrough-style practice. the ball in Sat-
thered mimicked Guidry in the second
And while the controlled atmosphere urday’s spring
of Saturday’s game was far from a per- game at Davis
Working from inside the 10-yard line,
fect predictor of fall success, it gave Wade Stadium.
Green streaked across the back end of
onlookers a glimpse of what lies ahead
the south end zone when Thompson
— including a desperately shallow re- Jim Lytle/Special to
ceiving corps. See dawgs, 3B The Dispatch

mississippi state baseball masters golf

throwing heat Woods makes

history again
at Augusta
AP Golf Writer

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Tiger Woods blaz-

ing to victory in his Sunday red at the
Masters, a scene once so familiar, was
never more stunning.
It was only two years ago at Augus-
ta National that Woods needed a nerve
block just to hobble upstairs to the Cham-
pions Dinner, unsure he would ever play
another round of golf. He had a fourth
back surgery with hopes of simply play-
ing with his two children, not chasing
Jack Nicklaus in history.
And now it’s all pieced back together
— his life, his back, even golf.
A fallen hero, a crippled star, Woods is
a Masters champion again.
He won his fifth green jacket, his
15th major, but never with this much raw
emotion. The most ferocious fist pump
was when he walked off the 18th green,
scooped up 10-year-old son Charlie, and
embraced his mother and his 11-year-old
daughter Sam.
Jim Lytle/Special to The Dispatch “For them to see what it’s like to have
their dad win a major championship, I
Mississippi State pitcher JT Ginn hit 93 miles per hour on the radar gun with his pitches Sunday at Dudy Noble Field.
hope that’s something they will never
forget,” Woods said.
Ginn hits high speeds in return for Diamond Dawgs Who can ever forget this day?
“It’s hard to really feel bad about how
BY BEN PORTNOY I played because I just witnessed histo- ry,” said Xander Schauffele, one of three
players who finished second. “It was real-
It’s been a little over a week since ly cool coming down the stretch, all the
freshman pitcher JT Ginn was pulled af- historic holes, Tiger making the roars. I
ter just one inning of work against Ten- feel like I got full Masters experience.”
nessee with shoulder soreness. The comeback goes beyond the two-
With bated breath, the MSU fan base shot deficit he erased before a delirious
and coaching staff awaited a read on audience that watched memories turn
the youthful sensation’s status. Over into reality.
the past seven days, head coach Chris It had been 14 years since he last won
Lemonis tempered naysayers with reas- the Masters — no one had ever gone that
surances that he did not believe it was long between green jackets. He had gone
anything serious. nearly 11 years since his last major, the
The initial diagnosis looked more 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines on a shat-
foreboding when MSU did not an- tered left leg.
nounce a Sunday starter ahead of this This was bigger.
weekend’s series against Alabama. Woods never missed a shot that mat-
Then Sunday came. tered over the final seven holes, taking
Donning the customary game three the lead with a 5-iron to the fat of the
Jim Lytle/Special to The Dispatch
“Nickel-Black” jersey, Ginn routinely green on the par-5 15th for a two-putt
Tanner Allen of Mississippi State slides head first into second base during the fifth birdie, delivering the knockout with an
pounded the strike zone against the
Crimson Tide — 34 times to be exact. inning of Sunday’s game. Allen had four hits and scored three runs. 8-iron that rode down the ridge by the
Touching as high as 93 miles per cup and settled 2 feet away for birdie on
of four-hit ball. It’s difficult to overstate the impor- the par-3 16th.
hour on the radar gun perched atop the
“I was just trying to stick with the tance of a healthy Ginn to the MSU He tapped in for bogey and a 2-under
center field scoreboard, he fanned Ala-
fastball,” he said. “I knew I had a lower pitching staff. 70, and the celebration was on.
bama batters with a mix of power and
pitch count going into today so I tried For a team that desperately lacks “WOOOOOOO!!!” Woods screamed
precision. Ginn flashed a high-velocity to get early contact and get as far in the depth in its starting rotation, he’s been
fastball with a shifting breaking ball en game as I could.” See baseball, 3B See woods, 3B
route to four strikeouts in four innings

mississippi state golf

Golf Dawgs home for Old Waverly tourney

BY PAUL D. BOWKER verly Collegiate Championship at Old Waverly for MSU seniors Aus- the Old Waverly Golf Club in West tin Rose and Ross Bell. As a fresh-
Point. man, Bell tied for eighth place in
The Mississippi State men’s golf the tournament.
“This is a special week for our
team is finally home. The 15-team field includes No.
Oh, the Golf Dawgs haven’t program because we get to play
on our home course and in front of 4-ranked Vanderbilt and Ole Miss
been totally away. They’ve prac- of the Southeastern Conference,
ticed. They’ve gone to class. And our home crowd only once a year,”
and also Southern Miss.
they hit the road for a season full of MSU coach Dusty Smith said. “I
The tournament just one week
tournaments. am looking forward to having our before the Bulldogs head to St. Si- Kelly Donoho/MSU Athletics Communications
But on Monday and Tuesday, fans out there cheering us on.” West Point’s Old Waverly Golf Club is hosting this
they’re home to host the Old Wa- The tournament is the last at See golf, 3B week’s Old Waverly Collegiate Championship.
2B Monday, April 15, 2019 The Dispatch •

briefly CALENDAR Baseball

Louisville 6, N.C. State 3
Miami 3, Virginia 1
Mississippi St. 13, Alabama 3
Monday, April 22: Houston at Utah, 10:30 p.m.
x-Wednesday, April 24: Utah at Houston, TBA
x-Friday, April 26: Houston at Utah, TBA
American League Norfolk St. 12, Md.-Eastern Shore 8 x-Sunday, April 28: Utah at Houston, TBA

BASEBALL Prep Baseball

All Times EDT
East Division
N.C. A&T 6-4, N.C. Central 4-6
North Florida 8, NJIT 3

Today’s Games

Tampa Bay
W L Pct
12 4 .750

Northeastern 5, UNC Wilmington 4, 12 innings
Northwestern St. 3, SE Louisiana 1
Ole Miss drops doubleheader to Kentucky Starkville High at New Hope, 7 p.m.
New York 6 9 .400 5½ Samford 10, The Citadel 3
Southern Miss. 15, FIU 7
Baltimore 6 10 .375 6 Sunday
OXFORD – No. 10 Ole Miss had won 10 straight Southeastern Boston 6 10 .375 6 Texas St. 14, Georgia Southern 4 At Augusta National Golf Club
Caledonia vs. Hamilton, 6 p.m. Toronto 5 11 .313 7 Tulane 6, South Florida 4 Augusta, Ga.
Conference series at home going into Sunday, but the streak ended UNC Greensboro 8, George Mason 0
New Hope vs. Starkville, 7 p.m. Central Division
after a couple of close losses in a doubleheader against Kentucky. W L Pct GB VCU 8, Fordham 3 Purse: $11.5 million
Playing two 7-inning games due to a rainout on Saturday, the Starkville Academy at Canton, 6 p.m. Minnesota 8 4 .667 — Yardage: 7,475; Par: 72
Cleveland 8 7 .533 1½ Final
Rebels fell 4-1 in Game 1 to the Wildcats and 4-2 in the second game of Hebron Christian vs. Golden Triangle Knights, 6 p.m. Detroit 8 7 .533 1½ MIDWEST a-amateur
Chicago 5 9 .357 4 Adrian vs. Wittenberg, ccd. Tiger Woods (600), $2,070,000 70-68-67
the doubleheader. West Lowndes vs. Ethel, 5 p.m. Kansas City 5 10 .333 4½ Aquinas at Concordia (Mich.), 2, ppd. 70—275
Kentucky drew first blood with a solo home run in the second Tuesday’s Games West Division Cleary at Wright St.-Lake, 2, ppd. Dustin Johnson (230), $858,667 68-70-70-
W L Pct GB Doane 4-1, Morningside 3-12, 1st game 8 68—276
inning of the opening game. The Wildcats added another in the third Brooks Koepka (230), $858,667 66-71-69-
following a leadoff double by Zeke Lewis, who came around to score on Victory Christian vs. Tuscaloosa Christian, 4 p.m. Seattle 13 5 .722 — innings
Houston 11 5 .688 1 Houston 7, Wichita St. 4
a single to left center by Coltyn Kessler. Starkville High at Murrah, 5 p.m. Los Angeles 8 7 .533 3½ Illinois 4-13, Minnesota 2-3 Xander Schauffele (230), $858,667 73-65-70-
Oakland 10 9 .526 3½ Indiana 6, Evansville 5, 10 innings
The Wildcats tacked on two more in the fourth after a blooper Starkville Academy vs. Canton, 6 p.m. Texas 7 7 .500 4 Kansas 7, Oklahoma St. 6, 11 innings Jason Day (106), $403,938 70-67-73-67—277
Tony Finau (106), $403,938 71-70-64-72—277
dropped in between three pursuing Rebel defenders. Two batters later, Thursday’s Games Lawrence Tech at Madonna, 2, ppd.
Francesco Molinari (106), $403,938 70-67-66-
Saturday’s Games Lourdes at Siena Heights, 2, ppd.
Dalton Reed homered to make it a 4-0 Wildcat lead. 74—277
Victory Christian vs. New Life, 4 p.m. Oakland at Texas, ppd. Michigan-Dearborn at Indiana Tech, 2, ppd. Webb Simpson (106), $403,938 72-71-64-
The second game opened as a pitcher’s duel. Rebel starter Baltimore 9, Boston 5 Missouri 11, LSU 5 70—277
Gunnar Hoglund struck out the side in the first, and worked through the Starkville Academy vs. Oak Hill, 6 p.m. N.Y. Yankees 4, Chicago White Sox 0 Mount Mercy 7, Lincoln (Ill.) 0 Patrick Cantlay (82), $310,500 73-73-64-
Minnesota 4, Detroit 3 Roosevelt at St. Francis (Ill.), ppd. 68—278
Wildcat order the next two innings. Hebron Christian vs. Grace Christian, TBA L.A. Angels 6, Chicago Cubs 5 St. Xavier at Calumet, ppd. Rickie Fowler (82), $310,500 70-71-68-69—278
The Wildcats broke through in the fourth. Austin Schultz reached Toronto 3, Tampa Bay 1 S. Dakota St. 10, N. Dakota St. 9, 10 innings
Friday’s Games Kansas City 3, Cleveland 0 Valley City St. 5, Viterbo 0
Jon Rahm (82), $310,500 69-70-71-68—278
Justin Harding, $225,400 69-69-70-72—280
on a hit-by-pitch to start the inning, then a Coltyn Kessler single made Round 1 MHSAA Playoffs Houston 3, Seattle 1 Waldorf 3, Mayville St. 2 Matt Kuchar (65), $225,400 71-69-68-72—280
two baserunners. With two outs and an 0-2 count, T.J. Collett sent Wis.-La Crosse 5, Wis.-Oshkosh 1 Ian Poulter (65), $225,400 68-71-68-73—280
a three-run home run over the right-center wall to give Kentucky a Prep Softball Sunday’s Games
L.A. Angels at Chicago Cubs, ppd.
Wis.-Stevens Point 22, Finlandia 1 Justin Thomas (65), $225,400 73-68-69-
3-0 lead. More two-out scoring came in the fifth for UK, when Shultz Today’s Games Boston 4, Baltimore 0 SOUTHWEST Bubba Watson (65), $225,400 72-72-67-
Chicago White Sox 5, N.Y. Yankees 2 Baylor 3, Oklahoma 1, 12 innings 69—280
doubled off the left center wall to bring home the fourth run. Starkville High vs. Noxapater, 6 p.m. Tampa Bay 8, Toronto 4 Coastal Carolina at Little Rock, ccd. Aaron Wise (57), $184,000 75-71-68-67—281
Ole Miss returned serve with some two-out magic of its own. Jacob Minnesota 6, Detroit 4 Kansas St. 2, Texas 0 Patton Kizzire (53), $161,000 70-70-73-
Adams drew a two-out walk, followed by a base hit to center field by Tuesday’s Games Kansas City 9, Cleveland 8 Lamar 10, Texas A&M-CC 4 69—282
Texas 8, Oakland 7 Old Dominion 10, UTSA 6 Phil Mickelson (53), $161,000 67-73-70-
pinch hitter Michael Fitzsimmons. Then Kessinger came up and roped Victory Christian vs. Tuscaloosa Christian, 4 p.m. Houston 3, Seattle 2 Oral Roberts 10, Omaha 7 72—282
Adam Scott (53), $161,000 69-68-72-73—282
a double down the left field line to score Adams, as well as pinch runner Starkville High at Grenada, (DH) 4 p.m. Monday’s Games
Seton Hall 7, TCU 3
Southern U. at Ark.-Pine Bluff, ppd. Lucas Bjerregaard, $107,956 70-72-69-72—283
Anthony Servideo all the way from first to cut the lead to two. New Hope at Caledonia, 6:30 p.m. Baltimore (Straily 0-1) at Boston (Velazquez Stephen F. Austin 12-6, Sam Houston St. 7-3 Matthew Fitzpatrick, $107,956 78-67-68-
Ole Miss will return to action Tuesday to host Memphis at 6:30 p.m. 0-0), 11:05 a.m. Texas A&M 4, Auburn 1
Columbus vs. West Point, 6:30 p.m. Toronto (Shoemaker 3-0) at Minnesota (Perez UT Arlington 5-9, Arkansas St. 3-3 Si Woo Kim (42), $107,956 72-72-70-69—283
Kevin Kisner (42), $107,956 69-73-72-69—283
1-0), 7:40 p.m.
West Lowndes at Aberdeen, 5 p.m. L.A. Angels (Harvey 0-1) at Texas (Miller 0-1), FAR WEST
Rory McIlroy (42), $107,956 73-71-71-68—283
Southern Miss hits 4 HRs in win over FIU Thursday’s Games 8:05 p.m.
Kansas City (Fillmyer 0-0) at Chicago White
Air Force at Fresno St., ccd.
Arizona 4, California 2
Thorbjørn Olesen, $107,956 71-71-68-73—283
Jordan Spieth (42), $107,956 75-68-69-71—283
MIAMI - Mason Strickland gave Southern Miss a strong 5.2 Victory Christian vs. New Life, 4 p.m. Sox (Santana 0-1), 8:10 p.m. Cal Baptist 8, CSU Bakersfield 2
Kyle Stanley (42), $107,956 72-72-70-69—283
Bryson DeChambeau (32), $78,200 66-75-73-
innings out of the bullpen and the Golden Eagles had a season-high Cleveland (Bauer 1-1) at Seattle (Kikuchi 0-0), Cal Poly 6, UC Davis 5 70—284
19 hits, including four home runs, as they toppled FIU 15-7 Sunday Starkville High at West Point, 6:30 p.m. 10:10 p.m. Cal St. Fullerton 7, San Diego St. 2 Charley Hoffman (32), $78,200 71-71-72-
Chicago St. 5, Utah Valley 3, 13 innings 70—284
afternoon. West Lowndes vs. Aberdeen, 5 p.m. Tuesday’s Games Gonzaga 4, Portland 3, 11 innings Louis Oosthuizen (32), $78,200 71-66-71-
With the win, Southern Miss salvaged the finale of a three-game Friday’s Games Boston at N.Y. Yankees, 6:35 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Detroit, 6:40 p.m.
Long Beach St. 7, CSU Northridge 4
Nevada 14, New Mexico 8 Charles Howell III (26), $68,042
Conference USA baseball series and kept the Golden Eagles (21-12, Playoffs Baltimore at Tampa Bay, 7:10 p.m. New Mexico St. 19, N. Colorado 9, 8 innings 69—285
11-4 C-USA) a game back in second place. FIU (15-20, 6-9) saw a
four-game winning streak snapped.
College Baseball Toronto at Minnesota, 7:40 p.m.
L.A. Angels at Texas, 8:05 p.m.
Kansas City at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m.
Oregon St. 4, Arizona St. 3
Pacific 1, Santa Clara 0
San Diego 11, Loyola Marymount 8
Hideki Matsuyama (26), $68,042 75-70-68-

Gary Woodland (26), $68,042

Gabe Montenegro celebrated his return to the top of the Golden Today’s Games Houston at Oakland, 10:07 p.m. San Francisco 10, Saint Mary’s 9, 12 innings 70—285
Eagles’ batting order by going 4-of-6, including leading off the ballgame Rust College at Mississippi University for Women Cleveland at Seattle, 10:10 p.m. Simpson (Calif.) 5, Marymount 0 a-Viktor Hovland 72-71-71-71—285
Rafa Cabrera Bello (19), $55,488 73-70-75-
Stanford 6, Washington 1
with his second home run of the season. He scored four runs and drove (DH), 4 p.m. UC Riverside 4, Hawaii 3 68—286
in a pair. Tuesday’s Games National League UC Santa Barbara 3, UC Irvine 2 Tommy Fleetwood (19), $55,488 71-71-70-
All Times EDT UNLV 9, San Jose St. 4 74—286
It was one four homers the Golden Eagles belted Sunday after- Texas Southern at Mississippi State, 6:30 p.m. East Division UT Rio Grande Valley 9, Grand Canyon 7, 10 Patrick Reed (19), $55,488 73-70-74-69—286
W L Pct GB Henrik Stenson (19), $55,488 74-72-67-73—286
noon, including a solo shot by Hunter Slater, his fifth, in a four-run, fourth Memphis at Ole Miss, 6:30 p.m. Philadelphia 9 5 .643 —
Kevin Tway (19), $55,488 72-71-70-73—286
Washington St. 8, Oregon 7, 10 innings
inning. Matt Wallner and Erick Hoard each walloped a three-run shot. Southern Miss at South Alabama, 6:30 p.m. Atlanta 9 6 .600 ½ Jimmy Walker (19), $55,488 72-72-72-70—286
a-Alvaro Ortiz Becerra 73-71-73-69—286
Southern Miss heads to Mobile, Alabama., to face South Alabama Alabama at UAB, 6:30 p.m. New York 9 6 .600 ½
at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Thursday’s Games
7 7 .500
4 12 .250
6 Auto racing Keegan Bradley (14), $44,850

Haotong Li, $44,850

Mississippi State at Arkansas, time TBA
Central Division
W L Pct GB NASCAR Keith Mitchell (14), $44,850 72-74-72-69—287
Corey Conners (11), $37,950 70-71-71-76—288
SOFTBALL Ole Miss at Auburn, 6 p.m. Milwaukee
St. Louis
10 6 .625
9 6 .600

Toyota Owners 400 Results
At Richmond Raceway
Andrew Landry (11), $37,950 72-73-73-70—288
Kevin Na (11), $37,950 71-73-73-71—288
Charlotte at Southern Miss, 6 p.m. Pittsburgh
8 6 .571
5 9 .357
4 Richmond, Va. Kiradech Aphibarnrat (10), $32,430 69-72-75-
Big inning carries Missouri to win over Ole Miss College Softball Cincinnati 5 9 .357
West Division
4 (Starting position in parentheses)
1. (5) Martin Truex Jr, Toyota, 400.
2. (3) Joey Logano, Ford, 400.
Marc Leishman (10), $32,430 72-72-70-75—289
Trevor Immelman (8), $28,693 74-72-75-
OXFORD – A five-run fourth inning proved to be Ole Miss’ undoing Today’s Games
San Diego
W L Pct
11 6 .647
— 3. (14) Clint Bowyer, Ford, 400. 69—290
Martin Kaymer (8), $28,693 73-74-72-71—290
on Sunday as the Rebels (30-11, 9-5 SEC) dropped the series finale Georgia at Alabama, time TBA Los Angeles 9 8 .529 2 4. (1) Kevin Harvick, Ford, 400. Eddie Pepperell, $28,693 74-73-72-71—290
5. (30) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 400.
with Missouri (24-18, 7-8 SEC) by a 5-2 margin at the Ole Miss Softball Tuesday’s Games Arizona 7 9 .438 3½
6. (6) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 400.
Cameron Smith (8), $28,693 70-74-69-77—290
San Francisco 7 10 .412 4 a-Devon Bling 74-73-71-73—291
Complex. Mississippi University for Women at Millsaps Colorado 4 12 .250 6½ 7. (8) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 400. Tyrrell Hatton (6), $26,910 73-73-72-74—292
Despite missing the chance to complete the first series sweep of 8. (4) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 400. Billy Horschel (6), $26,910 72-75-74-71—292
College (DH), 2 p.m. Saturday’s Games 9. (24) Ryan Newman, Ford, 400. Branden Grace (6), $26,335 72-75-72-74—293
the season, Ole Miss nonetheless picks up its fourth SEC series win of Mississippi State at UAB, 5 p.m. L.A. Angels 6, Chicago Cubs 5 10. (9) Paul Menard, Ford, 400. Zach Johnson (6), $26,335 74-73-73-73—293
2019 after taking both ends of Friday’s twin bill. 11. (2) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 400. a-Takumi Kanaya 73-74-68-78—293
UT Martin at Ole Miss, 6 p.m. San Francisco 5, Colorado 2
Washington 3, Pittsburgh 2 12. (34) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 400. Satoshi Kodaira (5), $25,990 75-70-73-76—294
After earning a pair of wins on Friday, Molly Jacobsen was saddled Nicholls State at Southern Miss, 6 p.m. Miami 10, Philadelphia 3 13. (13) William Byron, Chevrolet, 400. Emiliano Grillo (5), $25,415 72-75-73-76—296
with the loss after allowing five runs (two earned) on four hits and Cincinnati 5, St. Louis 2 14. (35) Erik Jones, Toyota, 400. J.B. Holmes (5), $25,415 70-72-74-80—296
Wednesday’s Games 15. (32) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 400. Bernhard Langer (5), $25,415 71-72-75-
four walks, striking out four in 4.0 innings of work. Brittany Finney was Atlanta 11, N.Y. Mets 7
16. (11) Ricky Stenhouse Jr, Ford, 400. 78—296
effective out of the bullpen, surrendering a pair of hits and walks apiece Southern Miss at McNeese State, 6 p.m. San Diego 5, Arizona 4
17. (12) Alex Bowman, Chevrolet, 399. Alex Noren (5), $25,415 75-72-75-74—296
Milwaukee 4, L.A. Dodgers 1
in three scoreless frames. Thursday’s Games 18. (33) Daniel Suarez, Ford, 399.
19. (17) Daniel Hemric, Chevrolet, 399.
Ole Miss returns to action on Tuesday, hosting UT Martin at the Ole
Miss Softball Complex.
Ole Miss at Mississippi State, 6 p.m.
Sunday’s Games
L.A. Angels at Chicago Cubs, ppd. 20. (16) Ryan Preece, Chevrolet, 399.
21. (23) Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 398. Hockey
Men’s College Golf Philadelphia 3, Miami 1, 14 innings
Pittsburgh 4, Washington 3
Colorado 4, San Francisco 0
22. (7) Chris Buescher, Chevrolet, 398.
23. (31) Aric Almirola, Ford, 398.
NHL playoffs
All Times EDT
Today’s Games Arizona 8, San Diego 4 24. (20) Matt DiBenedetto, Toyota, 398. FIRST ROUND
Alabama hands Georgia its first shutout loss of season Alabama at Shoal Creek Invitational (Birming- L.A. Dodgers 7, Milwaukee 1 25. (22) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 398.
26. (21) Corey LaJoie, Ford, 396.
(Best-of-7; x-if necessary)
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alabama softball handed Georgia its first St. Louis 9, Cincinnati 5
ham, Alabama) Atlanta 7, N.Y. Mets 3 27. (19) Bubba Wallace, Chevrolet, 396. Wednesday, April 10
shutout loss of the season Sunday night at Rhoads Stadium, winning MSU, Ole Miss, Southern Miss at Old Waverly 28. (15) David Ragan, Ford, 396. Columbus 4, Tampa Bay 3
Monday’s Games 29. (36) Matt Tifft, Ford, 395. N.Y. Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 3, OT
4-0 to clinch the weekend series. Intercollegiate (West Point) 30. (29) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, 394. St. Louis 2, Winnipeg 1
N.Y. Mets (Syndergaard 1-1) at Philadelphia
For the second straight game, Alabama (41-4, 10-4 SEC) held a Tuesday’s Games (Nola 1-0), 7:05 p.m. 31. (27) Jeb Burton, Ford, 392. Dallas 3, Nashville 2
32. (26) Bayley Currey, Chevrolet, 392. San Jose 5, Vegas 2
potent Georgia (30-13, 5-9 SEC) offense at bay, as the Bulldogs were Alabama at Shoal Creek Invitational (Birming-
Chicago Cubs (Darvish 0-2) at Miami (Richards
33. (37) Joey Gase, Toyota, 387. Thursday, April 11
0-1), 7:10 p.m.
shut out for the first time this season. The Crimson Tide took advantage ham, Alabama) St. Louis (Hudson 0-1) at Milwaukee (Peralta 34. (28) Quin Houff, Chevrolet, 386. Toronto 4, Boston 1
35. (25) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, 322. Washington 4, Carolina 2
of a pair of fielding errors to scratch a run across in the first inning and MSU, Ole Miss, Southern Miss at Old Waverly 1-0), 7:40 p.m.
36. (18) Michael McDowell, Ford, Accident, Calgary 4, Colorado 0
Cincinnati (Castillo 1-1) at L.A. Dodgers (Ker-
the remaining three runs came off the bat of senior Merris Schroder, Intercollegiate (West Point) shaw 0-0), 10:10 p.m. 40. Friday, April 12
37. (10) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, Accident, 125. Columbus 5, Tampa Bay 1
who was 2-for-3 with an RBI single and two-run home run, her second Colorado (TBD) at San Diego (Lucchesi 2-1),
long ball of the series. The run support was more than enough for junior Junior College Softball 10:10 p.m.
N.Y. Islanders 3, Pittsburgh 1
St. Louis 4, Winnipeg 3
Vegas 5, San Jose 3
Krystal Goodman (8-0) in the circle, who allowed just five hits in the Today’s Games Tuesday’s Games Average Speed of Race Winner: 99.852 mph.
Saturday, April 13
Time of Race: 3 housrs, 0 minutes, 16 seconds.
complete-game shutout, with no Bulldog runner making it past second EMCC at Mississippi Delta (DH), 2 p.m. Pittsburgh at Detroit, 6:40 p.m.
Margin of Victory: 0.178 seconds.
Washington 4, Carolina 3, OT, Washington
N.Y. Mets at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. leads series 2-0
base. Wednesday’s Games San Francisco at Washington, 7:05 p.m. Caution Flags: 5 for 41 laps. Nashville 2, Dallas 1, OT, series tied 1-1
Lead Changes: 8 among 5 drivers.
Alabama took advantage of back-to-back Georgia errors in the bot- Chicago Cubs at Miami, 7:10 p.m.
Lap Leaders: K. Harvick 1-30; K. Busch 31-131;
Boston 4, Toronto 1, series tied 1-1
tom of the first, plating a run to take the early 1-0 lead. With a runner at EMCC at Meridian (DH), 3 p.m. Arizona at Atlanta, 7:20 p.m.
M. Truex Jr 132-194; J. Logano 195-246; M.
Colorado 3, Calgary 2, OT, series tied 1-1
St. Louis at Milwaukee, 7:40 p.m. Sunday, April 14
second and two out in the bottom of the third, junior Bailey Hemphill was Jones at Itawamba (DH), 3 p.m. Colorado at San Diego, 9:10 p.m. Truex Jr 247-265; B. Keselowski 266-293; M. N.Y. Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 1, Islanders lead
Truex Jr 294-318; B. Keselowski 319-321; M. series 3-0
intentionally walked to set up the force out but Schroder came through
behind her, sending an RBI single up the middle to make it a 2-0 game.
Junior College Baseball Cincinnati at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m.
Truex Jr 322-400.
Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Lead, Laps
Columbus 3, Tampa Bay 1, Columbus leads
series 3-0
Another fielding error in the bottom of the fifth put a Tide baserun- Tuesday’s Games Braves box Led): Martin Truex Jr 4 times for 186 laps; Kyle Winnipeg 6, St. Louis 3, St. Louis leads
New York Atlanta Busch 1 time for 101 laps; Joey Logano 1 time series 2-1
ner on and Schroder cleared the fence in the next at-bat, smashing her Coahoma at EMCC (DH), 3 p.m. ab r h bi ab r h bi for 52 laps; Brad Keselowski 2 times for 31 laps; Vegas 6, San Jose 3, Vegas leads series 2-1
second home run of the series to increase the lead to 4-0. That was all Northwest at Itawamba (DH), 3 p.m. Nimmo cf-lf 5 0 2 0 Albies 2b 5 2 2 0 Kevin Harvick 1 time for 30 laps. Monday, April 15
P.Alnso 1b 5 0 1 0 Dnldson 3b 3 1 2 2 Boston at Toronto, 7 p.m.
the run support Alabama needed as Goodman and the defense retired College Track and Field Cano 2b 5 0 1 0 Freeman 1b 3 0 0 0 Washington at Carolina, 7 p.m.
the next six straight to end the game. Thursday’s Games
Cnforto rf 5 0 1 0 Acn Jr. lf 3 0 1 1
W.Ramos c 4 1 1 0 Mrkakis rf 4 2 1 1 Basketball Nashville at Dallas, 9:30 p.m.
Calgary at Colorado, 10 p.m.
The series concludes Monday at 6 p.m. McNeil lf-3b 3 1 2 0 Camargo ss 3 0 1 1
NBA playoffs Tuesday, April 16
Mississippi State at Mt. Sac Relays (Torrance, A.Rsrio ss 4 0 1 1 Incarte cf 4 0 1 0
All Times EDT
Tampa Bay at Columbus, 7 p.m.
J..Dvis 3b 2 1 1 1 Flowers c 4 1 1 0 N.Y. Islanders at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m.
California) Sewald p 0 0 0 0 Teheran p 2 0 0 0 FIRST ROUND Winnipeg at St. Louis, 9:30 p.m.
Southern Miss completes sweep of UAB Do.Smth ph 1 0 0 0 Clbrson ph 1 1 1 2 (Best-of-7; x-if necessary)
Eastern Conference
San Jose at Vegas, 10:30 p.m.

on the air
Familia p 0 0 0 0 Biddle p 0 0 0 0 Wednesday, April 17
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Southern Miss Golden Eagles (26-16, deGrom p 2 0 0 0 D.Swnsn ph 1 0 0 0 Boston at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Milwaukee 1, Detroit 0 Nashville at Dallas, 8 p.m.
11-7 C-USA) defeated the UAB Blazers (15-26, 5-12 C-USA) by a final J.Wlson p 0 0 0 0 Venters p 0 0 0 0
Sunday, April 14: Milwaukee 121, Detroit 86 Calgary at Colorado, 10 p.m.
Broxton cf 2 0 1 1 L.Jcksn p 0 0 0 0
score of 4-0 on Sunday afternoon in the series finale.
With the win on Sunday, Southern Miss extended its winning streak
Today Minter p 0 0 0 0
Totals 38 3 11 3 Totals 33 7 10 7
Wednesday, April 17: Detroit at Milwaukee,
8 p.m.
Thursday, April 18
Washington at Carolina, 7 p.m.
COLLEGE GOLF New York 010 000 020—3 Saturday, April 20: Milwaukee at Detroit, 8 p.m. x-Pittsburgh at N.Y. Islanders, TBA
to nine games and also notched its second series sweep of the season. 6 p.m. — Western Intercollegiate: first round, Atlanta 011 012 11x—7 Monday, April 22: Milwaukee at Detroit, 8 p.m. St. Louis at Winnipeg, TBA
x-Wednesday, April 24: Detroit at Milwaukee, Vegas at San Jose, TBA
The Golden Eagles’ bats came to life early in the contest. Lacey Santa Cruz, Calif., GOLF E_W.Ramos (2). DP_New York 1. LOB_New
TBA Friday, April 19
York 10, Atlanta 10. 2B_Conforto (7), McNeil
Sumerlin ripped an RBI double to right field in the top of the first inning COLLEGE SOFTBALL (4), Camargo (2). 3B_Albies (1). HR_J..Davis
x-Friday, April 26: Milwaukee at Detroit, TBA x-Columbus at Tampa Bay, TBA
x-Sunday, April 28: Detroit at Milwaukee, TBA Toronto at Boston, TBA
that scored Destini Brown, giving Southern Miss a 1-0 lead. 6 p.m. — Florida State at North Carolina, ESPNU (3), Donaldson (2), Markakis (2), Culberson (2).
Colorado at Calgary, TBA
SB_Albies (3), Acuna Jr. (2), Inciarte (2).
Southern Miss collected two insurance runs in the top of the 6 p.m. — Georgia at Alabama, SEC IP H R ER BB SO
Orlando 1, Toronto 0 Saturday, April 20
Saturday, April 13: Orlando 104, Toronto 101 x-Carolina at Washington, TBA
second inning when Sarah Van Schaik and Karley Nichols both scored MARATHON New York Tuesday, April 16: Orlando at Toronto, 8 p.m. x-N.Y. Islanders at Pittsburgh, TBA
on a fielding error by UAB second baseman Ashton Clem. deGrom L,2-2 5 5 3 3 4 9 Friday, April 19: Toronto at Orlando, 7 p.m.
7:30 a.m. — Boston Marathon: The 123rd run- Wilson 2-3 2 2 2 2 2 Sunday, April 21: Toronto at Orlando, 7 p.m.
Dallas at Nashville, TBA
x-Winnipeg at St. Louis, TBA
Like she has done so many times this season, junior right-handed ning, Boston, Mass., NBC Sports Network Sewald 1 1-3 1 1 1 1 1 x-Tuesday, April 23: Orlando at Toronto, TBA Sunday, April 21
pitcher Abby Trahan gave the Golden Eagles a top-notch performance Familia 1 2 1 1 1 0 x-Thursday, April 25: Toronto at Orlando, TBA
MLB BASEBALL Atlanta x-Saturday, April 27: Orlando at Toronto, TBA
x-Tampa Bay at Columbus, TBA
x-Boston at Toronto, TBA
in the circle. The Southern Miss ace dealt her second complete-game 10 a.m. — Baltimore at Boston, MLB Teheran W,2-1 6 6 1 1 2 6
x-Calgary at Colorado, TBA
shutout of the series and collected her 13th win of the season. In 7.0 Biddle 1 1 0 0 0 1 Brooklyn 1, Philadelphia 0
6 p.m. — NY Mets at Philadelphia, ESPN Venters 1-3 2 2 2 0 1 Saturday, April 13: Brooklyn 111, Philadelphia
x-San Jose at Vegas, TBA
Monday, April 22
innings pitched, Trahan scattered five hits, did not issue a walk and 9 p.m. — Cincinnati at LA Dodgers, ESPN Jackson 2-3 2 0 0 0 1 102 x-Washington at Carolina, TBA
struck out four. Minter 1 0 0 0 0 1 Monday, April 15: Brooklyn at Philadelphia,
NBA BASKETBALL WP_deGrom, Biddle. 8 p.m.
x-Pittsburgh at N.Y. Islanders, TBA
x-Nashville at Dallas, TBA
7 p.m. — NBA Playoff: Brooklyn at Philadelphia, Umpires_Home, Alan Porter; First, Dan Bellino;
Second, Chris Segal; Third, Alfonso Marquez.
Thursday, April 18: Philadelphia at Brooklyn, x-St. Louis at Winnipeg, TBA

8 p.m.
East 1st Round, Game 2, TNT T_3:36. A_23,385 (41,149). Saturday, April 20: Philadelphia at Brooklyn,
Tuesday, April 23
x-Columbus at Tampa Bay, TBA
9:30 p.m. — NBA Playoff: LA Clippers at Golden College scores 3 p.m. x-Toronto at Boston, TBA
x-Tuesday, April 23: Brooklyn at Philadelphia,
State, West 1st Round, Game 2, TNT EAST TBA
x-Colorado at Calgary, TBA
x-Vegas at San Jose, TBA
Entries open for U.S. Women’s Amateur at Old Waverly NHL HOCKEY Albany 7, UMBC 2
Assumption 7-1, St. Michael’s 4-6
x-Thursday, April 25: Philadelphia at Brooklyn, Wednesday, April 24
Female golfers from around the world can now apply to play in the 6 p.m. — Stanley Cup Playoff: Washington at Baptist Bible 6, Cairn 5 x-Saturday, April 27: Brooklyn at Philadelphia,
x-Carolina at Washington, TBA
x-Dallas at Nashville, TBA
119th U.S. Women’s Amateur, set to be held Aug. 5-11 at Old Waverly Carolina: East 1st Round, Game 3, CNBC Bryant 15, Hartford 6 TBA
Canisius 8, Marist 6
Golf Club in West Point. Applications are open through June 26 at 4 6 p.m. — Stanley Cup Playoff: Boston at Toronto,
p.m. The tournament is open to women with a Handicap Index of 5.4 East 1st Round, Game 3, NBC Sports Network
CCSU 5, Sacred Heart 1
Colby-Sawyer 2-0, Norwich 0-12
Columbia 4, Yale 1
Boston 1, Indiana 0
Sunday, April 14: Boston 84, Indiana 74
Wednesday, April 17: Indiana at Boston, 7 p.m.
or below. 8:30 p.m. — Stanley Cup Playoff: Nashville at Cornell 2, Harvard 0 Friday, April 19: Boston at Indiana, 8:30 p.m. Sunday’s Moves
Qualifiers will begin July 1 and run through July 17 at 24 sites Dallas: West 1st Round, Game 3, NBC Sports Dartmouth 7, Brown 5 Sunday, April 21: Boston at Indiana, 1 p.m. BASEBALL
Fairleigh Dickinson 14, Mount St. Mary’s 7 x-Wednesday, April 24: Indiana at Boston, TBA American League
throughout the country. Network Farmingdale 7-8, Purchase 2-2 x-Friday, April 26: Boston at Indiana, TBA CLEVELAND INDIANS — Optioned RHP
9 p.m. — Stanley Cup Playoff: Calgary at Colora- George Washington 4, UMass 2 x-Sunday, April 28: Indiana at Boston, TBA Jefry Rodriguez to Columbus (IL). Selected
the contract of OF Carlos Gonzalez from
do, West 1st round, Game 3, CNBC Georgia Tech 7, Boston College 0
Western Conference Columbus. Transferred RHP Mike Clevinger to
Final regular season tourney awaits No. 24 Alabama SOCCER (MEN’S)
Goldey-Beacom 9, Dominican (N.Y.) 6
Hofstra 12, Towson 6 Golden State 1, L.A. Clippers 0
Saturday, April 13: Golden State 121, L.A.
the 60-day IL.
DETROIT TIGERS — Placed SS Jordy Mercer
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The No. 24 Alabama men’s golf team will 1:55 p.m. — Premier League: Watford vs. Arse- Holy Cross 6, Bucknell 3
Clippers 104 on the 10-day IL. Assigned OF Mikie Mahtook
Iona 11, Rider 4
compete in its final regular season tournament on Monday and Tuesday nal, NBC Sports Network Lafayette 6, Army 3
Monday, April 15: L.A. Clippers at Golden outright to Toledo (IL). Recalled 2B Ronny
State, 10:30 p.m. Rodriguez from Toledo.
at the 2019 Shoal Creek Invitational, which is co-hosted by Auburn and
Tuesday Lehigh 16, Navy 4
Maine 5, UMass-Lowell 1
Thursday, April 18: Golden State at L.A.
Clippers, 10:30 p.m.
National League
COLLEGE BASEBALL Manhattan 10, Siena 7 Sunday, April 21: Golden State at L.A. Clippers, Wright and LHP Sean Newcomb to Gwinnett
The two-day, 54-hole event was forced to change its usual format 6 p.m. — Butler at Purdue, FS1 Merchant Marine 5-4, Old Westbury 2-7 3:30 p.m. (IL). Recalled RHPs Touki Toussaint, Dan Win-
due to heavy rains in the area that saturated the course. Sunday’s Mitchell 13, Becker 2 x-Wednesday, April 24: L.A. Clippers at Golden kler and Jacob Webb from Gwinnett. Placed
6 p.m. — Clemson at Georgia, SEC Monmouth 8, Niagara 3 State, TBA RHP Arodys Vizcaino on the 10-day IL.
practice round was washed out and the course won’t be ready until COLLEGE GOLF Mount St. Mary (N.Y.) 6, Mount St. Vincent 2 x-Friday, April 26: Golden State at L.A. LOS ANGELES DODGERS — Optioned RHP
Monday early afternoon. 6 p.m. — Western Intercollegiate: second round,
Quinnipiac 12, La Salle 0 Clippers, TBA Dennis Santana to Oklahoma City (PCL).
Rutgers 8, Michigan St. 0 x-Sunday, April 28: L.A. Clippers at Golden Recalled RHP Josh Sborz from Oklahoma City.
The 15-team field will play as many holes as possible on Monday Santa Cruz, Calif., GOLF St. Joseph’s (L.I.) 11, St. Joseph’s (N.Y.) 0 State, TBA NEW YORK METS — Optioned RHP Corey
before darkness sets in. Play will then resume Tuesday morning and the COLLEGE SOFTBALL
St. Lawrence 2-4, Rochester 1-8 Oswalt to Syracuse (IL). Recalled RHP Paul
Skidmore 8, Vassar 2 San Antonio 1, Denver 0 Sewald from Syracuse.
field will continue the action until the tournament’s conclusion. 5 p.m. — Michigan at Michigan State, Big Ten S. Vermont 11, New England College 4 Saturday, April 13: San Antonio 101, Denver 96 ST. LOUIS CARDINALS — Recalled SS Yairo
SUNY Maritime 12, Yeshiva 2 Tuesday, April 16: San Antonio at Denver, Munoz from Memphis (PCL).
Network Stony Brook 6, Binghamton 3 9 p.m. SAN DIEGO PADRES — Optioned RHPs
3 p.m. — World Long Drive Tour Golf: Smash in
Suffolk 7, Lasell 3
Texas Tech 3, West Virginia 0
Thursday, April 18: Denver at San Antonio,
9 p.m.
Saturday, April 20: Denver at San Antonio,
Gerardo Reyes and Robert Stock to El Paso
(PCL). Recalled RHPs Phil Maton and Luis
Perdomo from El Paso.
Thomas (Maine) 6, Maine-Presque Isle 1
the Sun, final round, Maricopa, Ariz., GOLF Tufts 5, Bowdoin 4 5:30 p.m.
x-Tuesday, April 23: San Antonio at Denver,
Connor Joe to the L.A. Dodgers.
Rebels lose regular-season finale at No. 8 Texas A&M MLB BASEBALL UConn 4, Memphis 2
Union (N.Y.) 5-5, Bard 1-4 TBA
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The Ole Miss men’s tennis team 5:30 p.m. — Boston at NY Yankees OR Pitts- Wagner 6, LIU Brooklyn 4 x-Thursday, April 25: Denver at San Antonio,
National Hockey League
couldn’t overcome a bevy of ranked Aggie players, losing 7-0 against burgh at Detroit, MLB Xavier 8, St. John’s 1 x-Saturday, April 27: San Antonio at Denver, BUFFALO SABRES — Recalled D Devante
No. 8 Texas A&M Sunday at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center. NBA BASKETBALL SOUTH
TBA Stephens from Cincinnati (ECHL) to Rochester
The No. 47-ITA ranked doubles pair of Tim Sandkaulen and Filip 6 p.m. — NBA Playoff: Teams TBD, NBA Alabama St. 23, Alcorn St. 15 Portland 1, Oklahoma City 0 COLORADO AVALANCHE — Signed D Cale
Arkansas 14, Vanderbilt 12
Kraljevic were the lone victors in the Lone Star State for Ole Miss (16- 7 p.m. — NBA Playoff: Teams TBD, TNT Campbell 7, Radford 0
Sunday, April 14: Portland 104, Oklahoma
City 99
Makar to a three-year contract.
11, 5-7 SEC), prevailing 6-4 on Court 2. 9:30 p.m. — NBA Playoff: Teams TBD, TNT Charleston Southern 10, Gardner-Webb 3 Tuesday, April 16: Oklahoma City at Portland, Cameron Gaunce from Syracuse (AHL).
Coppin St. 11, Delaware St. 5
NHL HOCKEY Dallas Baptist 14, Charleston 4
10:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19: Portland at Oklahoma City,
Ilya Samsonov to Hershey (AHL). Recalled G
6 p.m. — Stanley Cup Playoff: Tampa Bay at Davidson 10-0, Rhode Island 2-4 9:30 p.m. Vitek Vanecek from Hershey.
Alabama women are No. 8 seed in SEC Championships Columbus, East 1st Round, Game 4 , CNBC Duke 9, Virginia Tech 5
Elon 4-6, Delaware 1-0
Sunday, April 21: Portland at Oklahoma City,
9:30 p.m.
American Hockey League
After winning four of its last five matches, the 35th-ranked Alabama 6:30 p.m. — Stanley Cup Playoff: NY Islanders FAU 11, Louisiana Tech 3 x-Tuesday, April 23: Oklahoma City at Portland, Tobie Paquette-Bisson and Fs Vasili Glotov,
women’s tennis team will enter the SEC Women’s Tennis Champion- at Pittsburgh, East 1st Round, Game 4, NBC Florida St. 6, Clemson 4 TBA Pascal Aquin and Myles Powell from Cincinnati
Grambling St. 8, Prairie View 4 x-Thursday, April 25: Portland at Oklahoma (ECHL).
ships as the No. 8 seed and will take on No. 9 seed LSU in the second Sports Network High Point 12, Longwood 2 City, TBA
round on Thursday in College Station, Texas. 8:30 p.m. — Stanley Cup Playoff: Winnipeg at Incarnate Word 7, Nicholls 4 x-Saturday, April 27: Oklahoma City at
The Crimson Tide finished the regular season with a 18-10 record Jacksonville 10, North Alabama 5
St. Louis, West 1st Round, Game 4 , CNBC Jackson St. 16, Alabama A&M 3 CINCINNATI — Named John Brannen men’s
including a 6-7 mark in SEC play, while the 28th-ranked Tigers are 9:30 p.m. — Stanley Cup Playoff: San Jose at James Madison 5, William & Mary 3 Houston 1, Utah 0
Sunday, April 14: Houston 122, Utah 90
basketball coach.
LSU — Reinstated men’s basketball coach
15-10 overall and 5-8 in league competition. Vegas, West 1st Round, Game 4, NBC Sports Kentucky 4-4, Mississippi 1-2
Liberty 15, Stetson 4 Wednesday, April 17: Utah at Houston, 9:30 Will Wade.
Network Louisiana-Lafayette 4, South Alabama 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 20: Houston at Utah, 10:30 p.m.
WOFFORD — Promoted associate head men’s
basketball coach Jay McAuley to head coach.
Louisiana-Monroe at Appalachian St., ccd.
The Dispatch • Monday, April 15, 2019 3B

msu roundup

Women’s tennis squad overcomes deficit, knocks off LSU

FROM SPECIAL REPORTS “It was an epic senior day. just 45 seconds into the match rors scored six unearned LSU Baton Rouge.
We needed that win,” head when she buried a failed clear runs. The win was the Bulldog’s
The Mississippi State wom- coach Daryl Greenan said. near the six-yard box. Freshman utility player Kay- ninth consecutive victory and
en’s tennis team notched its “The girls have been fighting Tied three-all in the fleeting la Boseman was among the lone 10th win in their last 12 meet-
most profound win to date with so hard all year. They show up moments, junior forward Olivia bright spots, hitting her first ca- ings with the Tigers.
a 4-3 victory over LSU Sunday. all year, whether they won or Hernandez delivered the hero- reer home run — a solo shot in “We wanted to finish confer-
Trailing 3-0, MSU rattled off lost the last one.” ics with a goal off the inside of the second inning. ence play strong today against
four straight singles victories to The Bulldogs next head to the post for the game-winning Boseman finished 1-for-3 at LSU,” head coach Matt Roberts
seal the upset. College Station, Texas, for the score. the dish.
said. “The conditions today
On senior day at the A.J. SEC Championship. Seeded MSU concludes its spring Juniors Candace Denis, Fa
were very windy, and our guys
Pitts Tennis Centre, it was se- 12th, MSU will take on No. 13 exhibition series at 5 p.m. Leilua and senior Kat Moore
niors Anastasia Rentouli and embraced that challenge and
seed Auburn at 1 p.m. Wednes- Thursday against Mississippi were the only Bulldogs to re-
Janina Braun who served as the day. College in Starkville. cord multi-hit games. competed very well.”
catalysts. WOMEN’S SOCCER: Ju- SOFTBALL: The MSU MSU closes its non-confer- With the win MSU finished
At No. 2 singles, Rentouli nior forward AK Ward led the softball team dropped its third ence schedule Tuesday in Bir- second in the SEC and will be
took down No. 59 ranked Jes- MSU women’s soccer team game of the weekend to No. 9/8 mingham, Alabama, against the No. 2 seed in this week’s
sica Golovin 7-6(1), 6-3 while to a 4-3 spring exhibition win Tennessee Sunday 9-2. UAB. First pitch is 5 p.m. conference championship.
Braun earned a three set victo- over Southern Mississippi in Sophomore pitcher Emily MEN’S TENNIS: The MSU They’ll take on the winner of
ry over Anna Loughlan at No. Starkville. Williams was solid, giving up men’s tennis team finished its No. 7 seed Kentucky and No. 10
5 singles to earn the deciding Notching a hat trick on the just five hits in her 5.2 innings regular season Sunday after- seed Vanderbilt at 11 a.m. Fri-
point. day, Ward opened the scoring of work, but seven Bulldog er- noon, beating No. 36 LSU 4-0 in day.

Baseball Woods
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as he headed for the scor- sit. Couldn’t lay down. I so much to so many in a
the surefire No. 2 starter outings without allowing we move forward,” Lemo- ing room with chants of really couldn’t do much of sport he ruled for so long.
from the outset of 2019. an earned run. nis said. “Tiger! Tiger! Tiger!” He anything. ... To have the Whether he can domi-
Ginn boasts a 3.35 Even junior reliev- Sophomore first base- had never hugged more opportunity to come back nate it again is still to be
ERA in nine starts and er Jack Eagan start- man Tanner Allen contin- people, everyone in his like this, it’s probably one determined. Woods need-
has 64 strikeouts to his ed Wednesday’s game ued his recent tear with camp who stood by him of the biggest wins I’ve ed some help to win this
credit. Further, he’s giv- against South Alabama a 4-for-5 day. His batting through a public divorce, ever had for sure because Masters. Six players had a
en up more than two runs with limited success. an embarrassing mug of it.” share of the lead at some
has now jumped from .240
just twice and now holds a But with Ginn healthy shot from his DUI arrest President Donald point on the back nine,
entering last weekend’s
6-1 record on the season. and back to his usual ways when he took a bad mix Trump, who has played and there was a five-way
“He’s throwing it hard- the concerns can dissi- series against Tennessee
of painkillers and the four with Woods at his Florida tie at the top when the fi-
er than he has in weeks,” pate. Sunday showed why. to .276 Sunday. back surgeries, the most course, had two tweets of nal group was still on the
Lemonis said. “So it’s DAWG NOTES: “Been coming up here recent to fuse his lower congratulations. Fenway 15th fairway.
nice to have him back out Game three against the early before games and spine Park posted the news on “You couldn’t have had
there.” Crimson Tide was just the hitting and we’ve devel- “I had serious doubts the scoreboard. more drama than we all
Behind Ginn it’s been latest offensive explosion oped a good routine and after what transpired A comeback for the had out there. And now
a season-long struggle to for the Diamond Dawgs. I feel like that’s what got a couple of years ago,” ages? I know why I’m balding,”
fill the No. 3 pitching slot. MSU totaled 13 runs me out of my slump,” Al- Woods said. “I could It rates among the best Woods said. “This stuff is
Senior Peyton Plumlee on 17 hits on the day and len said. barely walk. I couldn’t because Woods has meant hard.”
did so with ease in Satur- finished the weekend Senior Marshall Gil-
day’s 9-1 win — tossing with 28 runs and 40 hits. bert also joined the hit
five innings while giving This was also the Di-
parade Sunday, notching
up just four hits and zero amond Dawgs’ first SEC
his second home run in as
runs — but he’s been mar- sweep of the season.
ginally consistent at best. “The difference in many days with a long ball
Freshman Eric Cerantola sweeping or going 2-1 is over the right field fence
has been a disaster of late a two-game [swing], and in the bottom of the fifth
as his ERA ballooned to for us, we need to make up inning.
5.40 after beginning the some ground so it was big Gilbert now has three
season with four straight for us this weekend and as homers on the year.

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again delivered another Williams has spent the should anchor the defen-
well-thrown ball toward majority of his career at sive line.
the goal post. guard before shifting in- Spencer looked the
Once more, the ball fell side this spring. part of a capable defen-
harmlessly to the ground. To his sides will likely sive end replacement this
MSU fans undoubtedly be juniors Stewart Re- spring. Not the athlete
harbor memories of last ese and Dareuan Parker specimen that Sweat was,
year’s Outback Bowl bob- at guard, while seniors he’s shorter at 6-foot-4,
ble by Guidry. Tyre Phillips and Tommy but brings more size at
Stuck in mid-air, the Champion should occupy 285 pounds having been
ball was batted into the the tackle spots. converted from defensive
hands of Iowa safety Jake Entering 2019, that tackle.
Gervase midway through group combined for 57 ap- In Saturday’s spring
the fourth quarter. pearances last season. game, he shot through
The drop in the end Five-star early enrollee the gap and smothered
zone wiped out a touch- Charles Cross could fig- senior running back Alec
down and later proved ure into the equation as Murphy in his own end
the difference in the well when he gets more zone for a safety.
Hawkeyes’ 27-22 victory. practice reps under his Rivers, a one-time
So while the spring belt.
Georgia Bulldog, played
game was meaningless, So while the flashy fo-
inside and out in last
it’s less than encouraging cus has been on quarter-
year’s defense and offers
for a group that’s suffered backs and receivers this
some dynamic upside in
through the importance spring, it’s the offensive
a potentially heavier role.
of drops that they’ve per- line that should garner
sisted. plenty of attention come Defensive coordinator
Experience resides on fall. Bob Shoop said he antic-
the line: MSU finished NEW FACES, NO ipates working Rivers in-
the 2018 season as the PROBLEM: The NFL side in certain third and
No. 2 rushing offense in Draft is now 21 days away. fourth down packages.
the Southeastern Confer- Projections are not the On the interior senior
ence. end all be all, but former Lee Autry and freshman
While Joe Moorhead’s MSU defensive lineman Fabien Lovett have held
spread offense lends itself Montez Sweat and Jeffery down the No. 1 spots thus
to short throws and cross- Simmons are almost as- far. Moorhead also men-
ing routes, the running sured to hear their names tioned freshman Devon
aspect remains a focus. called in the draft’s first Robinson and Cameron
In front of those run- round. Young as younger players
ners will be an older, yet In 2018, that duo com- who could factor in.
inexperienced group of bined for 116 tackles — “I think the pieces are
offensive linemen. 32.5 for a loss — and 14 in place, but we need to
In the middle is center sacks. get a bunch of reps in to
and recently appointed In their place, senior get ready for the fall and
team captain Darryl Wil- Chauncey Rivers and ju- SEC play,” Moorhead
liams. nior Marquiss Spencer said.

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mons Island, Georgia, for six previous Old Waver- der 68 on the final day.
the SEC Championship. ly Collegiate Champion- Clegg, a candidate for
Starting for the Bull- ships, but has not won SEC Freshman of the
dogs are Rose, Peng the event as a team since Year honors, is coming
Pichaikool, Ford Clegg, back-to-back titles in off a 13th-place finish in
Garrett Johnson and Aus- 2013 and 2014. last week’s Mason Ru-
tin Fulton. Johnson, who is mak-
dolph Championship in
Bell, Cameron Clarke, ing his 23rd consecutive
Franklin, Tennessee.
Ben Nelson, Griffin start, won medalist hon-
Agent and Austin Vukov- ors earlier this year at the Pichaikool tied for fourth
its of MSU are competing Desert Mountain Inter- place in the Old Waverly
as individuals collegiate in Scottsdale, two years ago as a fresh-
MSU has had at least Arizona, and tied for fifth man and leads MSU this
one golfer finish among place in last year’s Old year with a 70.63 stroke
the top 10 individuals in Waverly, shooting a 4-un- average.
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NASCAR auto racing

Truex holds off Bowyer to win another for Joe Gibbs Racing
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS career on tracks shorter than a short track. It’s his 20th career second, that’s a good sign.” Hamlin, Chase Elliott and Matt
mile. victory and 17th in the last four The stage for the finish was Tifft.
RICHMOND, Va. — Martin “At the end of the day, we seasons. set when the leaderboard got As a result, NASCAR dis-
Truex Jr. had about 40 laps to go drove up to him and you get ter- “It means a lot to finally shuffled beginning on Lap 318 qualified their qualifying
and Clint Bowyer closing fast. rible tight behind people,” Bow- break through,” Truex said in when the cars running up front speeds, sending them to the
In a race to see who could yer said. Victory Lane. “I hope it was a began pitting under a green rear of the field, disallowed
preserve their car best, Truex Truex led a race-high 186 helluva show. It sure was fun flag. their pit stall selections and
outlasted Bowyer and then held laps and regained the lead for behind the wheel.” When they all had new tires ejected one engineer from each
off a four-lap charge by Joey Lo- the last time after green-flag Logano held on for second. and enough fuel to finish, Truex team for the race.
gano to win the NASCAR Cup pit stops that started with just Bowyer was third and Kevin was back in front, followed Five other teams failed in-
Series race at Richmond Race- more than 80 laps to go. With Harvick fourth, giving Stew- by Bowyer, Logano, Harvick spection and had their qualify-
way on Saturday night. about 40 to go, Bowyer chal- art-Haas Racing two top-four and Hamlin. Brad Keselowski ing speeds and pit selections
“I was struggling the last lenged with what seemed like finishers. Local favorite Denny dropped to eighth during the disallowed, also sending them
40 laps,” Truex said. “I had not a faster car, but Bowyer finally Hamlin was fifth. cycle and Kyle Busch, seeking to the back. They were sev-
front turn. I was just real, real relinquished the second spot “We were close, just not close his third victory in a row on the en-time series champion Jim-
tight that last run. I just had to to Logano, who also seemed enough,” Logano said. “Ran out 0.75-mile, D-shaped oval, his mie Johnson, Aric Almirola,
hold him off. Being out front to have the faster car of the top of time there. ... Fun race, just fourth of the season and second Erik Jones, Daniel Suarez and
was important tonight.” two. gosh. Three weeks in a row I in a row, fell back to 10th. Joey Gase.
Because he did, Truex gave Truex expertly navigated felt like we had a car that could BUSTED: Eight cars failed The series takes its tradi-
Joe Gibbs Racing its sixth vic- lapped traffic and never let him win the race and we haven’t prerace inspection, including tional week off for Easter before
tory in nine races this season pass to win for the first time in won. That’s a little frustrating, three that failed twice. They heading to Talladega Super-
and won for the first time in his 81 starts in the Cup series on a but when you’re frustrated with include local favorite Denny speedway in two weeks.

Comics & Puzzles

Dear Abby
EAR ABBY: DEAR I hate having to hear the
In the last MISSING: What same thing every year. I don’t
presidential happened is know why it bugs me, but it
election, I had a unfortunate. does. My feeling is if I can do
friend who voted Because not one it, why not? Should I just give in
differently than of your overtures to their demands or stand my
I did. We didn’t has been accept- ground? — DOING MY JOB
try to persuade ed, step back DEAR DOING: Your supervi-
each other to and stop trying sor may have told you to have
vote “our” way, for a while. After a man place the boxes on the
but I did share the next election, cart, I suspect, because of
on social media cooler heads possible liability should you
ZITS some opinions may prevail, and injure your back doing the
about people who she may be more lifting. Because ignoring the
had taken some receptive. request could lead to “issues”
controversial DEAR ABBY: I with your employer, you should
positions. She work as a secre- comply.
regarded these
Dear Abby tary in a big law DEAR ABBY: I have recently
opinions as a per- office. At the end been transferring all my photo
sonal attack and stepped out of the year we are supposed slides from my childhood to my
of my life without warning. to box up and summarize our present age to my computer.
I have tried to re-engage closed files so they can be Reviewing them I am dismayed
with her several times — texts, stored in our warehouse. For there are very few photos of my
Facebook messages, phone some reason, all the women grandfather, father or husband
calls. One message was met in the office seem to think I because they were usually the
with hostility, and the others should find a man to help me ones behind the camera taking
have gone unanswered. I have carry the boxes. All I’m doing the photos. Let’s all remember
GARFIELD tried to apologize for hurting is picking them up and putting to also put them in front of
her feelings even though I them on a cart so I can take the camera so we may have
didn’t intend to and asked for them to my desk. many cherished memories of
forgiveness. I have offered to Abby, I am more than them, too. — PICTURING IT IN
take her to lunch. capable of carrying a box that OAKLAND, CALIF.
I hate the idea of walking weighs anywhere from 20 to DEAR PICTURING IT: Your
away from a 20-year friendship 50 pounds. I’m in my mid-30s, suggestion has merit, which
(we are both in our mid-30s, fairly active and have never is why I’m sharing it. However,
so this is a friendship that has had a problem with this. I have with the advent of cellphone
lasted more than half our lives) worked here for about three cameras and the ease with
over something that seems so years, and it’s always the same which folks take group selfies
insignificant to me. Do I quit? reaction. Today my supervisor these days, I’m betting that in
Do I keep trying? — MISSING made a big scene and insisted the future no one will be left
MY FRIEND IN MICHIGAN I find help. out of the picture.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (April TAURUS (April 20-May conversations. The good news
15). Your gumption will be 20). This game you’re playing is that you have a lot of power
invigorated, and your dreams requires strategy. Think far over this. If a place doesn’t
never seemed more possible ahead, and then work backward feel right, just take the action
— largely because of your “no to determine how to get there, elsewhere.
excuses, no quitting” attitude. imagining the variables you’re LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).
You’ll change something in the likely to encounter along the The manual for fiction writers
next three weeks that makes way. suggests that in a good story,
it more possible to devote GEMINI (May 21-June 21). characters drive the plot and
yourself to your work. Surprises What’s ailing you may seem not the other way around.
will further enliven the journey, like a matter of psychology, Similarly, today you decide who
including support people and but it can be handled just as you want to be, and your actions
funding. Virgo and Cancer adore easily with a rearrangement advance the plot.
BABY BLUES you. Your lucky numbers are: of schedule and some other VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
40, 1, 38, 20 and 16. practical matters. It’s all about This is a new you, so clear your
ARIES (March 21-April 19). your system. Make things easier environment of all the unwanted
You’re not threatened by other for yourself. reminders of the old you doing
talented people, because your CANCER (June 22-July the old habits, and fill the space
creativity allows you to see how 22). Atmosphere can make or with symbols, tools and fuels
melding your talents together break things such as dates, that represent the new you.
makes everyone shine brighter. dinner parties and even simple LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.
23). Once upon a time, the
role you’re in now seemed like
a distant impossibility, and
now you’ve set your sights on
another equally improbable (yet
eminently possible) reality.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
BEETLE BAILEY 21). How you feel about the
decision right now is different
from how you’ll feel tomorrow
and next year. Keeping the
perspective of time in mind
helps you set future you up for
Dec. 21). No matter what the
problem is, you can be sure
that someone else has had it
or is having it right now. So find
out who’s in the club, and see
what you can learn. This one
will be solved more easily than
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). When people see you the
way you want to be seen, it
feels somewhat satisfying at
first, if a little hollow. That’s be-
cause there’s nothing quite as
fulfilling as being fully embraced
for who you really are.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). What you see is never all
that is. Magic shows are built
on this premise, and so are dra-
ma, branding and dating. Your
edge today is your curiosity.
FAMILY CIRCUS You’ll follow it to answers that
are out of the frame and behind
the scenes.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). Once you’re in temptation’s
living room, it will seem impolite
to turn down the offerings.
You’re lucky that you know
where temptation lives. Don’t
even go down that street.

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IN THE CHANCERY hours (being between
COURT OF LOWNDES the hours of 11:00 a.m.
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI and 4:00 p.m.), at the
main front door of the

IN THE MATTER OF County Courthouse of

(Deadlines subject
CAUSE NO.to2019-0059
aUTO / PeTs
Columbus, Mississippi,
to the highest and best seRVices / fiNaNcial gaRage sales
MeRcHaNdise Real esTaTe / HealTH Good: 1 Day.........................$10
bidder for cash the fol-
SUMMONS BY PUBLICA- lowing described prop-
For Placing/Canceling Classified Line Ads:
TION erty situated in Lowndes Better: 3 Days......................$18
Good: 6 Days...........................$12
County, Mississippi, to Good: 12 Days........................$25 Best: 6 Days.........................$34
Sunday Paper Deadline is Thursday 3:00 P.M.
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Better: 12 Days........................$18
wit: Best: 24 Days...........................$40
Monday Paper Deadline is Friday 12:00 P.M. Best: 30 Days...........................$30 4 lines of text; addtl. lines $1 each.
Tuesday Paper Deadline is Monday 12:00
TO: John Dixon, Natural
SITUATED in the County 6 lines of text; addtl. lines $1 each. Includes FREE Garage Sale signs. Rain
Father of Chance Sum- of Lowndes, State of
Wednesday Paper Deadline is Tuesday merville,
12:00 P.M.
a Minor 6 lines of text; addtl. linesand
Mississippi, $1 each.
being on the day of your sale? Call and we will
Thursday Paper Deadline is WednesdayUnknown
12:00 Address
P.M. SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S more particularly de- re-run your ad the next week FREE!
NOTICE OF FORECLOS- scribed as follows, to

Friday Paper Deadline is Thursday 12:00YouP.M.
have been made a URE SALE wit;
LEGAL NOTICES must be submitted 3party to a Petition
business daysfor
Authority to Comprom- WHEREAS, on October Lot 26 of Beersheba
prior to first publication date Disputed
ise and Settle 16, 2002, Herbert Hills Subdivision, Lots
Claim for Personal In- Jones and Wanda Faye 1-59, Lowndes County,

eMPlOYMeNT & legals

jury filed in this Court by Jones executed a cer- Mississippi as recor-
Tera Summerville, the tain deed of trust to ded in Plat Book 4 atwith Elderly/Sick
natural mother and next 0 Legals
Swafford and Hays,
1780 Sitting
page 35 on file in the 4000 Merchandise 5000 Pets & Livestock 8000 Real Estate
friend and on behalf of Trustee for the use and Chancery 1790 Stump
clerk`s Removal
Office, 4030 Air Conditioners 5100 Free Pets 8050 Commercial Property
1000 Service 1800 Swimming
Chance Summerville, a
All employment and legal notices must be placed via email, benefit of Homeowners Lowndes County, Mis- Pools 4060 Antiques IN THE CHANCERY 5150 Pets 8100 Farms & Timberland
1030 Air Conditioning & Heating
minor. Loan Corporation, which sissippi. 1830 Tax Service 4090 AppliancesCOURT OF LOWNDES 5200 Horses/Cattle/Livestock 8150We,
Houses -the mem-
phone or in-person. 1060 Appliance
deed of trust is of re- Repair 1860 Tree Service 4120 Auctions COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI 5250 Pet Boarding/Grooming 8200bers of
Houses - East Trilogy
You are summoned to 1070 Asphalt & Paving
cord in the office of the LESS AND EXCEPT THE

fRee BaRgaiN cOlUMN

1890 Upholstery 4150 Baby Articles 5300 Supplies/Accessories 8250Hospitality
Houses - New Hope of
appear and defend Chancery1090 Automotive
1910 Welding 4180 Bargain Column 5350 Veterinarians 8300Columbus,
Houses - South
against the Petition for Lowndes, County, state
1120 Building & Remodeling SCRIBED PARCEL: LAST WILL AND TESTA-
4210 Bicycles MENT OF JAMES K. 5400 Wanted To Buy 8350 Houses - West
Authority to Comprom- of Mississippi, in Book
1150 Carpeting/Flooring 2000 Announcements intend to make
ise and Settle Disputed 2002, Page 28023; and Beginning at2050 theCardSouth- 4240 Building Materials
HALL, SR., DECEASED 8450 Houses - Caledonia
Claim for Personal In- 1180 Childcare west corner of said Lot
of Thanks
4250 Burial Plots
6000 Financial 8500application
Houses - Other for
Ad must fit in 4 lines (approximately 20 characters jury filed inper
thisline) and WHEREAS,
action 1210New Cleaning 26 as shown2100
ChimneyResid- onFraternal
said & Lodge JAMES K. HALL, JR. 6050 Business Opportunity
will run for 3 days. For items $100 or less ONLY. More
at 9:00 a.m. onthan oneential Mortgage
the 7th 1240 Contractors
Loan plat of Beersheba 2150 GoodHills
Things To Eat 4270 Business Furniture
6100 Business Opportunity Wanted
8520an on-site
Hunting Land liquor
Equipment 8550retailer permit.
Investment Property
item may be in same ad, but prices may not daytotal
of May,
over 2019,
$100,in no Trust 2016-4, the cur-
1250 Computer Services Subdivision;2200 In Memorial
thence 6120 Check Cashing
the Courtroom of the rent holder and/or as- South 88 degrees, 26 & School
2250 Instruction 4300 Camera Equipment
CAUSE NO. 2019-0056- 8600 Lots & Acreage
relists. No business ads. 1270 Electrical 6150 Insurance
Noxubee County Chan- signee, substituted minutes East, along the 4330 Clothing PDE 8650 Mobile Homes
Excavating LLC South line of2300 Lost & Found
Home Spaces for
cery Courthouse loc- Jauregui1300 & Lindsey, said Lot 6200 Loans
2350ofPersonals 4360 Coins & Jewelry
Fitness Training 6250 Mortgages
Bargain Column ads must be submitted son ated at 505 S. Jeffer-
online at as Trustee instru- 26, a distance
Special Notices
4390 Computer Equipment TO CREDITORS 8750by
Resortthe Local Op-
Street in Macon, 1330 Furniture
ment recorded in theRepair & Refinishing
feet to the West right-of- 6300 Stocks & Bonds or in person. No phone calls or emails.
Mississippi, before Chancery Clerk’s Office
1360 General Services way of Widner Drive; 2600 Travel/Entertainment 4420 Farm Equipment
Letters & Supplies
Testamentary 6350 Business for Sale
River Alcoholic
Judge Rodney Faver, on March1380 11, 2019 in thence North 8 degrees, 4450 Firewood having been issued by 8850Beverage
Wanted to Buy Con-
and in case of your fail- Book MORT 2019, Page 20 minutes 3000 West,Employment
along 4460 Flea Markets
the Chancery Clerk of 7000 Rentals 8900trol
Waterfront Property Sec-
3889; and 1390 Insulation 3050 Clerical &ofOffice
ure to appear and de- the West right-of-way 4480 Furniture Lowndes County, Mis- 7050 Apartments
fend a judgment will be 1400 Insurance said Widner 3100 Drive,Data aProcessing/
dis- Computer sissippi, on the 5th 7100
4510 Garage Sales dayCommercial Property 9000 Transportation
tion 67-1-1, et
entered against you for WHEREAS, 1410 Interior
Default Decorators
hav- tance of 5.0 feet; of April, 2019, to the 9050seq.,
Auto Accessories/Parts
of the Mis-
• All ads must be paid for in advance and are non-refundable after the first 3150 Domestic Help 4540 General Merchandise 7150 Houses
the relief requested in ing been1440 made in the Repair thence North 88 de-
Jewelry/Watch undersigned as Execut- 9100 Auto Rentals & Leasing
insertion. the Petition. terms and conditions of
1470 Lawn Care/Landscaping grees, 26
3170 Engineering
minutes 4570 Householdor Goods
of the Estate of 7180 Hunting Land
Autos for Sale
Code of
General Help Wanted 7190 Land for Rent/Lease
92001972, Annot-
• Please read your ad on the first day of publication. We accept responsibility said deed ofLocksmiths
trust and West, parallel the 4630 Lawn & Garden
James K. Hall, Sr., De-
1500 3250 Management Positions Aviation
You are not required to the entire debt secured South line of said Lot 4660 Merchandise Rentals in Cause No.
ceased, 7200 Mobile Homes
only for the first incorrect insertion. file an Answer or other 1530 Machinery
thereby having been Repair
de- 26, as shown 3300onMedical/Dental
said 2019-0056-PDE, in 7250 saidMobile Home Spaces 9250ated. If granted
Boats & Marine
4690 Musical Instruments
• The Publisher assumes no financial responsibility for errors nor for
Pleading, but you may clared to1560 beMobile
due Home andServicesplat of Beersheba Hills
3350 Opportunity Information court, notice is hereby 9300such permit, I or
4700 Satellites 7300 Office Spaces
omission of copy. Liability shall not exceed the costdo of
if you desire.of spacepayable 1590
portion Moving & Storage Subdivision,3400
in accordance a distance
Part-Time given to all persons hav- 9350We
Golf Carts
propose to
with the 1620terms of &said 4720 Sporting Goods
ing claims against the 7350 Resort Rentals
Painting Papering of 163.2 feet; thence 9400 Motorcycles/ATVs
occupied by such error. ISSUED UNDER MY deed of trust, New
1650 Pest Control Res- South 5 degrees, 283450 Positions Wanted 4750 Stereos & TV’s
Estate of James K. 7400
Hall,River Property
as a lim-
• All questions regarding classified ads currently running should be directed idential Mortgage Loan minutes East, 3500along
the 4780 Wanted ToSr.,
Buy Deceased, to have 7450 Rooms ited Liability
OF SAID COURT, this 1680 Plumbing
Trust 2016-4, the legal West line of 3550 saidRestaurant/Hotel
Lot the same probated and 9500 Trucks, Vans & Buses
7500 Storage & Garages
to the Classified Department. the 28th day of March, holder of1710 Printing
said indebted- 26, a distance 3600of 5.0
Sales/Marketing registered by the Clerk 9550Company
Wanted to Buy Under
7520 Vacation Rentals
• All ads are subject to the approval of this paper. The Commercial Dispatch
2019. ness, having1740 Roofing & Guttering feet to the point
requested of be-
3650Trades of the Chancery Court of
7550 Wanted to Rent the trade name
reserves the right to reject, revise, classify or cancel any advertising at any the undersigned
1770 Saws & Substi-
Lawn Mowers ginning and 3700Truckcontaining Lowndes County, Mis-
of Hyatt Place
LISA YOUNGER NEESE, tute Trustee in said 0.02 acres, more orDriving sissippi, within ninety 7600 Waterfront Property
time. CLERK deed of trust, will on less. (90) days from the date Located at 101
LOWNDES COUNTY April 18, 2019 offer for of first publication here- Hospital Dr Ext.
Legal Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 CHANCERY COURT
Legal Notices 0010 sale
Legal at public
Notices 0010outcry The
Notices legal
0010 descrip- Legal Notices 0010 of, that
Legal failure
Notices 0010to pro- Booze Legal Notices 0020 Booze Legal Notices 0020
and sell within legal tion being the same as bate and register any Columbus, MS,
Granderson, D.C.
hours (being between the last deed of record, IN THE CHANCERY
the hours of 11:00 a.m. no boundary survey hav- COURT OF LOWNDES
such claim within said
ninety (90) day period
We, the mem- Lowndes County.
2305 HWY 45 NORTH COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI and 4:00 p.m.), at the ing been made at the COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI will forever bar the bers of Trilogy
COLUMBUS, MS 39705 Presented by: main front door of the time of this conveyance. same. Hospitality of The name, title,
IN THE MATTER OF County Courthouse of BEING the same prop- IN THE MATTER OF THE
APRIL 8, 2019 CHANCE SUMMERVILLE ROBERT F. STACY, JR., Lowndes County in erty conveyed to Her- LAST WILL AND TESTA- Witness my signature Columbus, LLC and address of
ESQ. – MS BAR 7764 Columbus, Mississippi, bert Jones and wife, MENT OF JAMES K. this the 10th day of intend to make the owner of the
BONNY YORK CAUSE NO. 2019-0059 DANIEL COKER HOR- to the highest and best Wanda Faye Jones, as HALL, SR., DECEASED April 2019. above named
289 SANDERS MILL RD TON & BELL, P.A. bidder for cash the fol- an estate by the en- application for
STEENS, MS 39766 SUMMONS BY PUBLICA- P. O. BOX 1396 lowing described prop- tirety with full rights of JAMES K. HALL, JR. /s/ James K. Hall, Jr. an on-site liquor business are:
TION OXFORD, MS 38655 erty situated in Lowndes survivorship and not as EXECUTOR James K. Hall, Jr., Ex- retailer permit.
RE: 2007 FORD GEL PHONE: 662.232.8979 County, Mississippi, to tenants in common, by ecutor of the Estate of
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI FAX: 662.232.8940 wit: deed from Nelson CAUSE NO. 2019-0056- James K. Hall, Sr., de- Sandeep Sethi
TO WHOM IT MAY CON- Chain, dated December PDE ceased As provided for Managing Mem-
CERN: TO: John Dixon, Natural PUBLISH: 4/1, 4/8, & SITUATED in the County 31, 1993 and recorded
Father of Chance Sum- 4/15/2019 of Lowndes, State of January 3, 1993, in NOTICE TO CREDITORS /s/ Lee Ann S. Turner by the Local Op- ber
THE FOLLOWING merville, a Minor Mississippi, and being Book 1004, page 131, Lee Ann S. Turner tion Alcoholic 28 Eastbrooke
VEHICLE WITH VIN # Unknown Address SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S more particularly de- in the Office of the Letters Testamentary Miss. Bar No. 10438
Beverage Con- Circle
2FMDK38CX7BB24700 NOTICE OF FORECLOS- scribed as follows, to Chancery Clerk of having been issued by The Winfield Law Firm,
WAS TOWED TO MY FA- You have been made a URE SALE wit; Lowndes County, Mis- the Chancery Clerk of P.A. trol Laws, Sec- Madison, MS
CILITY ON JULY 31, party to a Petition for
Lot 26 of Beersheba
sissippi. Lowndes County, Mis- 224 East Main Street tion 67-1-1, et 39110
2018. THE CHARGES Authority to Comprom- WHEREAS, on October sissippi, on the 5th day Post Office Box 80281
ARE AS FOLLOWS: ise and Settle Disputed 16, 2002, Herbert Hills Subdivision, Lots I will convey only such of April, 2019, to the Starkville, MS 39759 seq., of the Mis-
Claim for Personal In- Jones and Wanda Faye 1-59, Lowndes County, title as vested in me as undersigned as Execut- 662.323.3984 – Tel
Mississippi as recor- Substituted Trustee. 662.323.3920 – Fax
sissippi Code of If any person
GATE FEE: jury filed in this Court by Jones executed a cer- or of the Estate of wishes to re-
$50.00 Tera Summerville, the tain deed of trust to ded in Plat Book 4 at James K. Hall, Sr., De- lturner@winfieldlawfirm. 1972, Annot-
natural mother and next Swafford and Hays, page 35 on file in the Jauregui & Lindsey, LLC ceased, in Cause No. com ated. If granted quest a hearing
TOWING FEE: friend and on behalf of Trustee for the use and Chancery clerk`s Office, Substituted Trustee 2019-0056-PDE, in said Attorneys for Petitioner, such permit, I or to object to the
$300.00 Chance Summerville, a benefit of Homeowners Lowndes County, Mis- Jauregui, Lindsey, Long- court, notice is hereby James K. Hall, Jr.
minor. Loan Corporation, which sissippi. shore & Tingle given to all persons hav- We propose to issuance of this
MILEAGE FEE: deed of trust is of re- 244 Inverness Center ing claims against the PUBLISH: 4/15, 4/22, operate as a lim- permit a re-
$50.00 You are summoned to cord in the office of the LESS AND EXCEPT THE Drive Estate of James K. Hall, & 4/29/2019
appear and defend Chancery Clerk of FOLLOWING DE- Suite 200 Sr., Deceased, to have ited Liability quest for a hear-
STORAGE FEE: against the Petition for Lowndes, County, state SCRIBED PARCEL: Birmingham, AL 35242 the same probated and Company Under ing must be
$3550.00 Authority to Comprom- (205) 970-2233 registered by the Clerk
of Mississippi, in Book
ise and Settle Disputed 2002, Page 28023; and Beginning at the South- of the Chancery Court of Sell idle items the trade name made in writing
LABOR FEE: Claim for Personal In- west corner of said Lot PUBLISH: 3/25/19, Lowndes County, Mis-
with a quick action of Hyatt Place and received by
$200.00 jury filed in this action 26 as shown on said 4/1/19, 4/8/19 & sissippi, within ninety the Department
WHEREAS, New Resid- Located at 101
at 9:00 a.m. on the 7th ential Mortgage Loan plat of Beersheba Hills 4/15/19 (90) days from the date classified ad.
PAPERWORK FEE: day of May, 2019, in Trust 2016-4, the cur- Subdivision; thence of first publication here- Hospital Dr Ext. of Revenue with-
$150.00 the Courtroom of the rent holder and/or as- South 88 degrees, 26 of, that failure to pro- 328-2424 Columbus, MS, in (15) days from
Noxubee County Chan- signee, substituted minutes East, along the bate and register any
7% TAX FEE: cery Courthouse loc- Jauregui & Lindsey, LLC South line of said Lot such claim within said Lowndes County. the first date
$248.50 ated at 505 S. Jeffer- as Trustee by instru- 26, a distance of 163.4
General Help Wanted 3200
ninety (90) day period this notice was
son Street in Macon, feet to the West right-of- will forever bar the
TOTAL: Mississippi, before
ment recorded in the
way of Widner Drive; same. The name, title, published.
Chancery Clerk’s Office
$3798.50 Judge Rodney Faver, on March 11, 2019 in thence North 8 degrees, and address of
and in case of your fail- Book MORT 2019, Page 20 minutes West, along
IF YOU WISH TO CLAIM ure to appear and de- the West right-of-way of
Witness my signature
this the 10th day of
the owner of the Requests shall
3889; and
THIS VEHICLE, YOU fend a judgment will be said Widner Drive, a dis- April 2019. above named be sent to:
MAY DO SO BY CALL- entered against you for WHEREAS, Default hav- tance of 5.0 feet;
thence North 88 de-
business are: Chief Counsel,
ING (662)-251-9004. IF the relief requested in ing been made in the /s/ James K. Hall, Jr.
YOU HAVE NOT the Petition. terms and conditions of grees, 26 minutes James K. Hall, Jr., Ex- Legal Division
CLAIMED THIS VEHICLE said deed of trust and West, parallel with the ecutor of the Estate of Sandeep Sethi Department Of
IN 10 BUSINESS DAYS, You are not required to the entire debt secured South line of said Lot James K. Hall, Sr., de- Revenue
THE VEHICLE WILL BE file an Answer or other thereby having been de- 26, as shown on said ceased Managing Mem-
Employment Employment P.O. Box 2282
PUT UP FOR PUBLIC Pleading, but you may clared to be due and plat of Beersheba Hills ber DIRECTV NOW. No Satellite Needed.
Subdivision, a distance Jackson,
SALE ON THE 25TH DAY do so if you desire. /s/ Lee Ann S. Turner L. E. TUCKER & SON, INC. - CDL
payable in accordance
of 163.2 feet; thence Mississippi Lee Ann S. Turner DRIVERS needed to run from S.E. to
28 Eastbrooke
$40/month. 65 Stream
with the terms of said
AT CHAMPION’S TOW- ISSUED UNDER MY deed of trust, New Res- South 5 degrees, 28 Dept. of Corrections Miss. Bar No. 10438 West Coast. Late model conventional Circle Breaking News, Live 39225 Events, Sports & On
ING AND RECOVERY, HAND AND THE SEAL idential Mortgage Loan minutes East, along the HIRINGThe Winfield Law Firm, tractors. Home weekly. Benefits package. Madison, Demand Titles. No Annual Contract. No
LLC, 2305 HWY 45 OF SAID COURT, this Trust 2016-4, the legal West line of said Lot CORRECTIONAL P.A. Pearl, MS. 601-939-8088. Commitment. CALL 1-866-616-8331
NORTH, COLUMBUS, the 28th day of March, holder of said indebted- 26, a distance of 5.0 224 East Main Street 39110DISH NETWORK $69.99 For 190
MS 39705. 2019. ness, having requested feet to the point of be-
OFFICERS Post Office Box 80281 Channels. Add & High 4/16/2019
Speed Internet for
the undersigned Substi- ginning and containing Join and Get a 5% In-
Starkville, MS 39759 C l a s s e s / T r a i n i n g ONLY $14.95/month. Best Technology.
SINCERELY, LISA YOUNGER NEESE, tute Trustee in said 0.02 acres, more or crease in Starting 662.323.3984
Pay – Tel
If any person Best Value. Smart HD DVR Included. FREE
CHAMPION’S TOWING CLERK deed of trust, will on less. 662.323.3920 – Fax approved hands on Aviation training. wishesInstallation.
to re- Some restrictions apply. Call
AND RECOVERY, LLC. LOWNDES COUNTY lturner@winfieldlawfirm. 1-877-628-3143
April 18, 2019 offer for
The above legal descrip- Join The Mississippi Department
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for Petitioner,
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BY: Shantrell W. hours (being between the last deed of record, James K. Hall, Jr. 367-2510. issuance OVER of this
$10K IN DEBT? Be debt free in
crease in your starting pay, if
Granderson, D.C. the hours of 11:00 a.m. no boundary survey hav- 24 to 48 months. No upfront fees to
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ESQ. – MS BAR 7764 Columbus, Mississippi, bert Jones and wife, 664-5478 made in writing foreclosure?
threatening CALL
DANIEL COKER HOR- to the highest and best Wanda Faye Jones, as STATE PRISON LOCATIONS:
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OXFORD, MS 38655 erty situated in Lowndes survivorship and not as 3794 Highway 468, Pearl, MS
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• Monday thru Friday,
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ted from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
sissippi. shore & Tingle Jackson, MS
244 Inverness Center Medical Supplies
FOLLOWING DE- Suite 200 proof of H.S. diploma or G.E.D. freedom with a Portable Oxygen Place Your Classified Ad
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Beginning at the South- Service Registration 4/16/2019 In 100 Newspapers!
the Oxygen Concentrator Store: 844-
west corner of said Lot PUBLISH: 3/25/19, • A Valid Driver’s Li-
26 as shown on said 4/1/19, 4/8/19 & cense
• No felony or domestic VIAGRA and CIALIS USERS! 50 Pills To order, call your local
plat of Beersheba Hills 4/15/19 SPECIAL $99.00 FREE Shipping! 100%
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South 88 degrees, 26 MS Press Services at
minutes East, along the CONSIST OF: Miscellaneous 601-981-3060.
South line of said Lot • Interview, Math Test, DONATE YOUR CAR TO CHARITY.
26, a distance of 163.4 Report Writing Exercise
feet to the West right-of- Receive maximum value of write off for STATEWIDE RATES:
• 1 mile walk/run within
your taxes. Running or not! All condi- Up to 25 words...........$210
way of Widner Drive; 18 minutes and Tower climb
tions accepted. Free pickup. Call for
thence North 8 degrees, (Appropriate athletic clothing 1 col. x 2 inch.............$525
20 minutes West, along and tennis shoes may be worn) details. 855-400-8263
DIGITAL ADVERTISING AVAILABLE 1 col. x 3 inch.............$785
the West right-of-way of
said Widner Drive, a dis- For additional information, on NEWSPAPER WEB SITES starting as 1 col. x 4 inch...........$1050
tance of 5.0 feet; contact MDOC Personnel low as $700 for 2 weeks. Call Sue at
thence North 88 de- Services at (601) 359-5696 or 601-981-3060 to advertise. Nationwide Placement
the Personnel Department at
grees, 26 minutes each facility: CMCF (601) 932- Services-General Available
West, parallel with the
South line of said Lot
2880 ext. 6701; MSP (662) 745-
6611 ext. 2366; or SMCI (601)
DIRECTV AND AT&T. 155 Channels Call MS Press Services
26, as shown on said and 1000s of Shows/Movies On Demand
plat of Beersheba Hills
394-5600 ext. 1217. Individu-
als may also apply online at (w/SELECT Package.) AT&T Internet 99 601-981-3060
Subdivision, a distance the Mississippi State Person- Percent Reliability. Unlimited Texts to 120
of 163.2 feet; thence nel Board website, Countries w/AT&T Wireless. Call 4 FREE
South 5 degrees, 28 Quote - 1- 855-978-3110.
Week of April 14, 2019
minutes East, along the
West line of said Lot
received by 15, 2019
April The Dispatch •
the Department
of Revenue with- Commercial Property For
Booze Legal Notices 0020 Moving & Storage 1590 Bargain Column 4180
in (15) days from Rent 7100
the first date MOVING??? I can help COUCH, LOVESEAT, 3
this notice was pack, organize and/or tables, 4 pillows. Dark COMMERCIAL
coordinate your move. brown fabric. Very
published. Includes help selling sturdy. $99 662−329−
located near downtown.
unwanted items. Weslyn 3527. Afternoon calls. 3,000 sq. ft. truck
Requests shall Wood 214−674−9514. terminal, 9,500 sq. ft.
be sent to: Furniture 4480 shop & 3,200 sq. ft.
Painting & Papering 1620
Chief Counsel, office/shop. Buildings
BLACK BEDROOM SET, can be rented together
Legal Division SULLIVAN’S PAINT incl full sz sleigh bed, or separately. All w/
Department Of SERVICE dresser w/ mirror, chest excellent access & Hwy.
Certified in lead & night stand, $600.
Revenue removal. Offering New full sz mattress,
82 visibility. 662−327−
P.O. Box 2282 special prices on still in plastic, $250.
Jackson, MS interior & exterior Bissell carpet cleaner, OFFICE FOR RENT.
39225 painting, pressure
washing & sheet rock
$80. Two sets of black 30x15. Separate air
Toyota Camry floormats, conditioner & bathroom.
repairs. $80. Cash Only. 662− $400/mo. Located in
PUBLISH: 4/15 Free Estimates 242−2884. Leave a Caledonia. Call 662−
& 4/16/2019 Call 435−6528 message. 574−0082.

Stump Removal 1790 Lawn & Garden 4630 Houses For Rent: Northside
Building & Remodeling 1120 7110
CO. Building, roofing, ZERO TURN MOWER
remodeling, & home with Mulching Blade and


repair. Licensed & new tires. Asking $600.
house for rent. Big yard.
Sunday’s answer
Bonded. 662−242− Carport. W/D hookup.
3471, 662−574−8470. Nice neighborhood. YESTERDAY’S ANSWER
Lost & Found Pets 5160 Sudoku is a number-
$780 per month. 70 W
Thomas Dr. 3 min from placing puzzle
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GET ’ER DONE! anywhere. Red collar.
electrical, plumbing, bedroom w/ 2−3 bath is
1 to place
to 9 in thethe numbers
empty spaces
3 4 2 7 6 8 9 1 5
roof repairs, pressure We can grind all Name Max. REWARD. townhouses. $600 to
washing and mobile your stumps. Hard 662−425−9014. $695. 662−549−9555.
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the empty spaces
row, each
home roof coating and to reach places,
Business Opportunity 6050
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column row, each
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underpinning. No job
hillsides, backyards, Houses For Rent: Caledonia number
too small. 549−7031. contains the same number
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN 7160 only once. The difficulty
8 1 4 5 2 9 6 3 7
pastures. Free
COLUMBUS: 411 Main only once. The difficulty
estimates. You find
level increases from
TOM HATCHER, LLC it, we’ll grind it! St. Office, Retail,
Restaurant Space
2BR/1BA. CALEDONIA level increases from
Monday to Sunday. 6 2 9 3 8 7 5 4 1
Custom Construction, 662−361−8379
available. Call 423−333
area. 1 yr. lease. $650 Monday to Sunday. Difficulty Level 4/13
Restoration, rent. plus dep. No pets.
Remodeling, Repair, −1124. No smoking. 662−574−
Insurance claims. Tree Services 1860 0227 or 662−356−
662−364−1769. Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 4958.
Licensed & Bonded.
Bucket truck & stump FOX RUN COMPANY Land For Rent / Lease 7190
removal. Free est. LLC 1 & 2 BR near
Serving Columbus hospital. $595−645/ LOOKING FOR
since 1987. Senior mo. Military discount HUNTING LAND. GTA
citizen disc. Call Alvin @ offered, pet area, pet area in Mississippi. 662
242−0324/241−4447 friendly, and furnished −386−6024.
"We’ll go out on a limb corporate apartments
for you!" available. ON SITE Mobile Homes for Rent 7250
SERVICE, LLC Tree MANAGEMENT. 24− 2BR/1BA. $450/mo.

Sunday’s Cryptoquote:
trimming and removal. HOUR CAMERA $450/dep. Includes
Fully insured. SURVEILLANCE. Benji garbage. No pets. No
Free estimates. @ 662−386−4446 Mon HUD. 662−574−7614.
Multiple Home *Now Accepting Credit −Fri, 9am−5pm. Sat/ 3BR/2BA TRAILER,
Repairs, Sheetrock, & Debit Cards* Sun by appt only. New Hope school dist.
Flooring, Trim, Call Curt $500/mo & $500 dep.
Painting, Tile, 662−418−0889 or Apts For Rent: West 7050 No pets, no drugs, no

Kitchen/Bath, 662−549−2902 partying. Call between
Decks−Dock Repair, "A cut above the rest" 10a−7p. 662−386−

Pressure Washing 4292. NO TEXT
662−634−1114 Good Things To Eat 2150 MESSAGES.

Carpet & Flooring 1150

Apartments RENT A fully equipped

& Houses
camper w/utilities &
hydroponic tomato. cable from $145/wk −
Located next to
1 Bedrooms $535/month. Columbus
2 Bedroooms
Noxubee County High & County School
School. 662−352− locations. 662−242−
1270, 662−425−9116 3 Bedrooms 7653 or 601−940−
General Help Wanted 3200 Furnished &
Office Spaces For Rent 7300
Agricultural Tractor Unfurnished
Operator job opening, to
work on Tenn-Tom Wa- 1, 2, & 3 Baths HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
DAVID’S CARPET & terway Project, Colum-
bus, MS. Must have val-
Lease, Deposit Retail, Restaurant
id Class- A CDL, with & Credit Check Space available. Call
good driving record and
662−328−8655 or 662

− $40 pass pre-employment −574−7879.
2 Rooms − $70 drug screen. EOE
3+ Rooms − $30 Ea Apply in person or Send OFFICE SPACE for
Rugs−Must Be Seen Resume’: R & D Main- lease. 1112 Main St.,
Car Upholstery tenance Services Apts For Rent: Starkville 7070 Ste. 5. 3700 sq. ft.
Cleaning Available 3600 W. Plymouth Road Plenty of private
Columbus, MS 39701 2BR/2BA. COTTON parking. 662−327−
District in Starkville. 9559.
Carpenter/Millwright Call 662−617−3356.
Childcare 1180 Opening. Must have ex- OFFICE SPACE: 2,000
perience in general car-
Apts For Rent: Other 7080 square feet. 294
CHILDCARE SERVICES pentry & concrete. Will Chubby Dr. Flexible
Look No Further!! work on Tenn-Tom Wa-
terway Project, based in 1, 2, 3 BEDROOM leasing terms. Available
Quality Childcare Columbus, MS. Must apartments & now. 662−328−8254.
Services Are Available have valid, clean townhouses. Call for
For The Golden Triangle driver’s license and more info. 662−328− Houses For Sale: Caledonia
Area!! 662.343.8386 or pass pre-employment 8254. 8450
662.813.3672. Serious drug screen. EOE
Inquiries Only, Please!! Apply in person or Send NEW. 3BR/2BA FOR
Resume’ to: R & D SALE. $150−170K.
General Services 1360 Maintenance Services Email caledoniaimprove
3600 W. Plymouth Road
Columbus, MS 39701
ESTATE CLOSEOUT Houses For Sale: Other 8500
SERVICES. Generate
OUR COMPANY is seek-
ing an experienced car-
cash from the sale of penter. The ideal can-
RIVER HOME, NICE! 1 Schooner pole
unwanted items. I will didate will have an eye
help organize & coordi− for detail, be depend- Across from water with 5 Skirt edges
nate the removal of able, have good commu- access to Tenn−Tom 9 Sold for
unwanted furniture & nication skills, reliable Waterway. 4BR/2BA 10 Pizzeria sights
transportation & basic with 2 acres & large
clutter from homes.
Creative makeover tools. We specialize in screened in room. 12 The Jetsons’ dog
solutions from profess− home remodels & new $212,000. Call: 662− 13 Italian seaport
construction. Call
ional interior designer 662-312-3130 for info.
245−4273 or 662−889 14 Hollers
included for free! 16 Pull gently
Contact: Weslyn Wood SWOOPE INSURANCE
214−674−9514. Agency, Columbus, MS
Lots & Acreage 8600 17 Fourth-down kick
is seeking to fill a Cus- SPRING SPECIAL. 1.95
18 Sense of taste
tomer Service Repres-
entative Position. We acre lots. Good/bad 21 Secret agent
Licensed & Bonded− offer Competitive credit. 10% down, as 22 Court events
carpentry, painting, & Salary, Health Insur- low as $299/mo. Eaton
23 “Toy Story”
demolition. Landscap− ance and Retirement Land. 662−361−7711.
ing, gutters cleaned, Benefits. Must have 2BR/1BA LOCATED in character
bush hogging, clean−up Property and Casualty
Historic Downtown LOT FOR Sale in
24 Condition
work, pressure washing, License to apply. Please
Columbus. 2,000 sqft. Starkville. Will need
forward resume to Hardwood floors cleared. 818 N. Jackson 26 Pet perch
moving help & furniture
repair. 662−242−3608.
throughout. Open floor. St. Lot 5, City Block 97. 29 Faucet Sunday’s answer
Very nice. Incl W&D.
GTR AREA floral design $1200/mo. Call 662−
662−465−7611, 662− 30 Volcano shape
418−9096 or 662−418
CASA CARE SERVICES: firm seeks experienced 328−8655. −4176. 31 Charged particle 5 Sty resident 28 Nuisances
Offers services such as: floral designer to add to 32 Troop members 6 First woman 29 Dainty drinks
their team. Weddings, Autos For Sale 9150
residential janitorial, corporate events, FIRST FULL MONTH 34 Cougars 7 Brain-based 30 Car type
lighting & decorating, sympathy design RENT FREE! 1 & 2
37 Accounting 8 Pig parts 33 Money
emergency repairs, experience preferred. Bedroom Apts/ 2015 CHEVY IMPALA.
preventative mainten− Weekend work required. Townhomes. Stove & Blk, 4dr, 6cyl, 82k mi, check 9 Grating sounds 35 In the past
ance, moving & Email resume to refrigerator. $335− showroom clean, local
owner, $10,900. See @
38 Theater part 11 Wise one 36 Fix seams
shipping assistance &
pressure washing.
$600 Monthly. Credit 59 Amanda Dr. in New 39 Blueprint data 15 Salad bar choice
check & deposit.
662−549−1878. Coleman Realty, 662−
Hope Park Subdivision
off of Yorkville Rd. E.
40 Skiing surface 19 Helps out
General Maintenance 41 Towel word
Worker needed. Must
329−2323. 662−327−3081. 20 Place down
RETAINER WALL, have experience in 22 Dorothy’s dog
maintenance of equip- FISHERMAN’S DREAM Campers & RVs 9300 DOWN
driveway, foundation,
ment & buildings which 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, 23 Funny fellow
concrete, masonry requires practical skill & furnished apartment on TOMBIGBEE RV PARK 1 Musical mixture 24 Teapot parts
restoration, remodeling, knowledge in such
basement foundation, the Elk River. Boat
trades as painting, car- access. $79 per night.
Located on Wilkins Wise 2 Cleopatra’s love 25 Dorothy’s pal
repairs, small dump pentry, plumbing, ma-
Rd & Waverly Rd. Full
Hookups available.
3 Walk with pride 26 At higher volume
sonry & electrical work, Rogersville Al. Call Tracy 4 Horn sound
truck hauling (5−6 yd)
load & demolition/lot also able to perform 931−205−0471. $300/mo. 662−328− 27 Capers
cleaning. Burr Masonry, maintenance on equip-
8655 or 662−574−
ment & machinery. Will
662−242−0259. report to work in Colum-
bus, MS. Must have val- Find the perfect
id driver’s license & RENTALS
HILL’S PRESSURE pass a pre-employment TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS home.
WASHING. Commercial/ drug screen. EOE. Ap-
residential. House,
concrete, sidewalks &
ply at: R & D Mainten-
ance Services, Inc. 2 BEDROOMS Five Questions:
3600 West Plymouth Rd
mobile washing. Free
est. 662−386−8925. Columbus, MS 39701 3 BEDROOMS
LEASE, 1 Mount Ev-
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Lawn Care / LandscapingSERVICE TECHNICIAN

for local pest control
company. Applicant
must be organized, de- AND
TERRA CARE pendable, work well with
LANDSCAPING L.L.C. the public, and have
Phone: 662−549−1878 good driving record with
2 Demi Moore
Landscaping, Property valid driver's license.
Clean Up, Plant Care, Drug test required.
662-329-2323 and Bruce
Bush Hogging, Herbicide Apply at 107 Gardner
Blvd. No phone calls.
Spraying. 2411 HWY 45 N
Medical / Dental 3300 COLUMBUS, MS
FOR YOUR Spring &
3 GM (Gener-
al Motors)
Summer lawn care
needs, call Robinson ABERDEEN Commercial Property For
Lawn Service, 662−435 Rent 7100
−8746. WORKER
4 John Ad-
Long Term Care
Experience Preferred AVAILABLE in Historic
LAWN SERVICE. Apply in person at
Downtown. 404 Main
St. 3,000 sq. ft. ams
Mowing, cleanup, 505 Jackson St, $1,300/mo. Call 662− WHATZIT ANSWER
landscaping, sodding, & Aberdeen 328−8655 or 662−574
tree cutting. 356−6525. EOE −7879. 5 Neon Log cabin