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I see so many people drag into work each day depressed to be there. So many leave the person they love because of other people’s truly irrelevant opinions. Stop! Living for other people will get you nowhere when it comes to your happiness.
The 2A No. 4 ranked Scott Central Rebels went to work on the road for a third consecutive week last Friday night in Florence against the Class 4A Eagles. The Rebels’ offense was a little slower in getting started, but in the end the Scott Central blew out another opponent.
The Sebastopol made the two-and-a-half-hour trip south to Richton last Friday and fought their way to a tough district win over the Rebels.
In a game that was closer on the scoreboard than it should have been, the Bobcats started slow, but came to life in the second half to get the 23-12 win.
The Morton Panthers took the early lead over East Marion last Friday, they kept the lead for over half the game, but allowed the visiting Eagles to take the lead, and the win in the fourth quarter.
The Panthers looked good early, and converted opportunities to points on the scoreboard and take the lead 8-0.
A gospel country singing will be held at 6:00 p.m. every third Friday at Nolan Sistrunk Pavilion in Sebastopol. Bring finger food for supper. For more information call Shirley Boxx at 601-564-1970.
Dr. and Mrs. Trent Lott of Sebastopol proudly announce the engagement of their daughter, Bryce Callie Lott, to Joseph Matthew Leach, son of Billy Joe Leach of Conehatta and Jeannie Singleton, also of Conehatta.
Announcements: Reports from the Morton Public Library’s Silent Auction Fundraiser indicates that approximately $1,000 dollars were acquired through the generous donation of auction items and bids. There are still some desirable items available, for bids, on display there. Drop by and view those remaining...perhaps make a bid.