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Banner season ends for Lady Cardinals in Regional Semis Tigers outlast Trojans to win District 14-3A Lady Cardinals earn district title 1-0 over Munford TRA Injuries send Cards to field shorthanded, Brighton comes up short on Senior Night to Bolton
 
Bartlett v Brighton

Banner season ends for Lady Cardinals in Regional Semis

By Thomas Sellers Jr. BRIGHTON — The Bartlett Lady Panthers are heading to Sectionals. The District 14-3A runner ups were able to beat the District 13-3A champions Brighton Lady Cardinals 5-1 Tuesday in Brighton to advance to this Thursday’s Region 7-3A Tournament championship game. The victory for Bartlett also guaranteed a spot in this weekend’s […]

Trojans v Arlington

Tigers outlast Trojans to win District 14-3A

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Arlington Tigers have the three-peat. The Tigers outlasted the Millington Trojans Friday night 17-7 at the Arlington Football Stadium to earn the program’s third straight District 14-3A championship. Entering the game both the Trojans and Tigers were unbeaten in league play. Early in the contest it seemed Millington (6-2, 3-1) […]

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Lady Cardinals earn district title 1-0 over Munford

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Munford Lady Cougars set up the trilogy by beating Dyer County last Tuesday in the District 13-3A Soccer Tournament Semifinal. The victory set up Thursday night’s third match up between Munford and Brighton. The Lady Cardinals, regular-season champions of the district, played host to their rivals at the Brighton Stadium. […]

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TRA’s Luke Smith earns third at State, sets school record as an eighth-grader

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The 2014 Tipton-Rosemark Academy Rebel Golf team was busy this past season breaking records. The final piece to fall in this standout season was the best finish for an individual Rebel golfer at State. On Oct. 6-7, TRA eighth-grader Luke Smith traveled up to Manchester to play the Willow Brook Golf […]

Brighton run

Injuries send Cards to field shorthanded, Brighton comes up short on Senior Night to Bolton

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The previous weekend NCAA coaches like Ole Miss’ Hugh Freeze and Mississippi State’s Dan Mullen gave credit to their players after big wins over Alabama and Texas A&M respectively. Those victories Oct. 4 moved the pair of Magnolia State teams to No. 3 in the nation. Closer to home, Bolton Wildcats […]

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McDonald’s looking for managers Oct. 17

McDonald’s is hiring individual managers Friday Oct. 17 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1683 E. Shelby Drive in Memphis. If unable to attend, e-mail resume’ to Century Management/McDonald’s saundra.hannah@cmi9800.com

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Lady Trojan seniors No. 3 Lindsey Harris and No. 22 Katie Dupree were all over the court in the five-set district tourney match up against Cordova.

Another Wolves/Trojans classic goes to Cordova

By Thomas Sellers Jr. BARTLETT — In recent years, the typical Cordova vs. Millington volleyball match is a seesaw affair going to the fifth set. The Oct. 7 first round District 14-3A Tournament matchup between the two foes went as scripted in the Bartlett Gymnasium with the Millington Lady Trojans winning the first and third […]

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Lady Cougars Volleyball

Lady Cougars remain on top of District 13-3A, next up Regionals at Bartlett

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Hardin County Lady Tigers already made history before the first whistle of the District 13-3A Volleyball Tournament championship game. But it was their opponent Thursday night, the Munford Lady Cougars who wanted to make another historic mark by the final whistle. The Lady Tigers clinched their first trip to Regionals […]

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McSwain has an ideal home finale against cross-town rivals

By  Thomas Sellers Jr. Both soccer teams that call Millington home are young. The Tipton-Rosemark Academy Lady Rebels are in year two as a revamp program under the guidance of Head Coach Matt Baxter. Meanwhile the Millington Lady Trojans are preparing to say farewell to Head Coach Larry Dagen at season’s end and a handful […]

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TRA Football A Train

Rebels get back on track against Middleton

By Thomas Sellers Jr. The Tipton-Rosemark Academy Rebels got back on track Friday night dominating the Middleton Tigers 40-20. TRA got things started early at Middleton when quarterback AJ Hightower connected with Ethan Kaiser for a 37-yard TD pass for a 7-0 lead. The Tigers cut the TRA lead to 7-6 by the end of […]

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Former MCHS student’s spiritual awakening leads to music career

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Before Terrence “TB” Boyce could go on tour this fall, he had to go on a spiritual journey. The Christian rapper who grew up in North Shelby County always had a special place in his heart for Jesus Christ being taught by his grandfather Pastor Anthony Boyce. In 2005, Gospel Rap […]

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The Great Amazing Race comes to Millington Oct. 26

Star Staff Reports THE GREAT AMAZING RACE, a national family-friendly competition modeled after the popular TV show THE AMAZING RACE, returns to Memphis on Sunday, Oct. 26, from 2 to 5 p.m. at Aycock Park in Millington. Registration is open online at www.GreatAmazingRace.com, Whether you’re a first time runner or seasoned athlete, the race will […]

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Daryl and Jason Masingale pose with a few of their winning stringer at Bass Pro Shop's Big Cat Quest National Championship.

Big Blues and Young Bucks

By Josh Gowan October is a wonderful month for us outdoors-folk, and having already picked out my Halloween costume (I’ll be revising my role as an underpaid outdoorsman: same camo, new boots) I intend to take full advantage of all early fall has to offer! The deer herd is thriving, the waterfowl outlook is outstanding, […]

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Good Eats Ledford

Make music with what you have left!

By Thelma Ledford WHAT IS THIS STUFF? Look closely at the bread you eat. It is pretty and white. Or, colored and called “wheat.” Crush it into a ball! Bounce it on the floor! Well, maybe not, but get the idea? Can you imagine the horror your digestive system experiences when trying to use it? […]

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Accidents

By David Peel If someone rams you with his or her car it is considered an intentional act and there is usually no insurance coverage from the ramming party. Most car crashes are truly accidents, but there still are many cases in which there will be either no insurance or insufficient insurance to compensate you […]

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