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P Page 4 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, August 27, 2015 MDWFP Commission Supplemental A change to the wildlife or write your comments for supplemental feeding rule Commission consideration was proposed by the Com- to: Sharonp@mdwfp.state. mission on Wildlife, Fisher-; or MDWFP/Supple- ies, and Parks at its recent mental Feeding Rule Com- meeting on Wednesday, Au- gust 19. In summary, the pro- posed change removes the "line of sight" prohibition from the rule, allowing hunt- ers to place approved feed- ment, 1505 Eastover Drive; Jackson, MS 39211. At the end of the public comment period, the Com- mission will give due con- sideration to all comments received, prior to any final ers in locations where they vote. Any such vote will be can be seen by the hunters. Unchanged in the proposed rule is the requirement that hunters must be at least 100 yards from the feeder. The proposed change in the rule will now be filed with the Secretary of State's Office and will be- gin a 30-day period of pub- lic comment by interested parties. Sportsmen and women's opinions are en- couraged during this evalu- ation period. Please email taken during the Commis- sion's regularly scheduled meeting. If adopted, the Commission will then vote to determine the date on which the rule shall become effective. For more information regarding conservation in Mississippi, visit our web- site at Follow us on Facebook at or on Twitter at www.twit- The Wilkinson County Christian Academy Rams de- feated Riverdale Academy of Coushatta, La., by the score of 27-6 in the two teams' first contest of the 2015 season on Friday night, August 21. This season opening win gave new Coach Christopher McGraw his first victory as a head coach. This game should have been a career night for junior running back Caleb Poole as he scored a total of six touch- downs, but, due to penalties by his teammates, only two of them counted. His two scores came on runs of 24 and 11 yards. TD's mfllified by penalties were a punt return of 60 yards, a 41-yard run, a pass inter- ception and a 59-yard punt return. The game was tight throughout the first half de- spite the fact that the Rams were much bigger and faster than the host Rebels. WCCA opened the scoring with a 52-yard run by junior running back Steven Franks with 1:01 left in the first quarter. The PAT run was stopped leaving the Rams on top 6-0. On the ensuing kickoff Rebel kick returner Bran- don Gay ran right through the Rams on his way for a 72-yard kickoff return for a TD. The PAT pass attempt failed, and the score was knotted 6-6 at the end of the first quarter. Neither team was able to put any points on the score board during the second pe- riod, and the score remained tied at 6-6. Two TD's by Poole were called back in this quar- ter. After the hal~ime was over Poole finally scored a TD that counted when he ran 24 yards with 3:02 left in the third quarter. The PAT run failed, and WCCA held a 12-6 lead at this point. In the fourth quarter the WCCA'S SWARMING DEFENSE m In the season opener for Wilkinson County Christian Academy, the Rams used a swarming defense to hold Riverdale Academy to just 91 yards of total offense as the Rams won the game by a 27-6 margin. Shown above taking down Riverdale quarterback No. 9 Joe Hays are WCCA defenders No. 24 Kevin Folds, No. 31 Austin Hen- dry, No. 50 Sam Nicholas and No. 35 Drew Skinner. WCCA will be at home this Friday night, August 28, as the Central Private School Rebels come to Son Chisholm Field in Woodville. The non-conference contest will kick off at 7 p.m. -- Woodville Republican Photo by Andy J. Lewis size and speed of the Ram offense finally began to show as the Rebels appeared to run out of steam. Poole ran for an l 1-yard TD with 11:54 showing on the clock in the final period. He then took the ball on the PAT attempt and scored to give the Rams a 19-6 lead. With 6:04 left in the game Caleb Reed ran the ball into the end zone with 6:04 show- inK on the game clock. Sam Nicholas booted the PAT to end scoring with WCCA on top 27-6. Leading the Ram offense were Poole with 99 yards on 10 carries and two TD's, Franks with 97 yards on 7 car- ries and a TD, Kyle Folds with 6 carries for 67 yards, Drew Skinner who added 37 yards on 4 totes and Reed with 9 yards on 2 attempts and a TD. Quarterback Phillip Cu- trer was 1 of 5 passing for 17 yards. On defense Franks record- ed 6 tackles and 3 sacks, Nicholas recorded 6 tackles, 3 sacks and a fizmble re- covery, Hutch Holden had 6 tackles and a sack, Braden Passenger had five tackles, and Tyler Butler had 4 tack- les and a sack. Poole had an interception. On Friday night, August 28, WCCA will be at home at Son Chisholm Field where they ~ play host to Central Private School of Central, La. Kickoff will be at 7 p.m. WC RA First Downs 10 8 Rush Yds. 309 21 Pass Yds. 17 70 Total Yds. 326 91 Passing 5/1/010/4/1 ~mffLest 3/0 3/11 Ptmting 3/27 4/35 Penalties 7/60 3/25 minate Am ,# BIG OLD RATTLESNAKE -- Julius Lee Carter, a resident of Hwy. 563 just north of Woodville, is shown holding a large Timber rattler that he and fellow Hwy. 563 resident Carl Walker killed on Wednesday, August 12. Walker spotted the reptile crossing Hwy. 563 in front of Carter's house. After running over the snake Walker used a stick to kill it. The snake was 4'-8.5" long and had 16 rattles and a button. The photo at left shows Carter showing the snake. The top right photo is a full body shot of the reptile, and the bottom right photo is of the length of rattles, m Submitted Photo CLASSIFIED ADS WORK CALL 601-888-4293 BY NOON ON FRIDAY m wants you to know by David Owens The Tigers of Centreville Academy unleashed a bevy of young nmning backs at Tiger Field in Centre~lle on Friday night, August 21, as CA came away with a 51-14 win over the Rebels of Amite School Center. The Tigers, the 2014 MAIS AA champions, had all they could handle from the Rebels in the first half which gave the Tiger coaching staff some concern in leading only 14-8 at halftime. The Tigers took a 7-0 lead late in the first quarter when Tiger quarterback Britt Net- ter~Ue found Austin Add- ington open behind the Rebel secondary. Addington pulled in the pass and ran away from the Rebel defend- ers on his way for a 59-yard touchdown. ASC responded and took the lead 8-7 midway through the second periQd and looked good against the Tiger defen- sive unit. The Tigers' Tyler Caston put the Tigers back on top when he scored on an 8-yard run just before halffime for a 14-8 lead. The second half of the contest looked more like a Tiger track meet than a foot- ball game. The Tigers began to chew the Rebel defense apart with several underclassmen run- ning backs doing most of the damage. Junior Scout Chandler's l 1-yard run put the Tigers up 21-8 midway through the third quarter. Then junior running back Austin Addington put the game away by scoring on runs of 22 and 67 yards to close out the third period with the Tigers ahead by the score of 33-8. Sophomore Stone Reyn- olds scored three fourth- quarter TD's on runs of 1, 8 and 61 yards for a 51-14 final score. The Tigers amassed 525 yards rushing led by Adding- ton with 129 yards on 9 car- ries. Tyler Caston put up 105 yards on 14 carries and Chan- dler added another 85 yards on 7 carries. Reynolds rushed for 77 yards on four attempts, and freshman Nate Hoyt had 60 yards on 4 attempts. Netterville was good on 5 of 15 passing attempts for 164 yards and a TD. Cas- ton caught two passes for 53 yards, and Adding-ton had a 59-yard TD reception. Netterville led the de- fense with 6 tackles. Michael Spangler and Daniel Vine recorded 5 stops each. Nate Hoyt and Matthew Parnell each had an interception. CA will travel to McComb this Friday night, August 28, to take on Parklane Acad- emy Game time is 7 p.m. AC WC First Downs 25 11 Rush Yds. 525 180 Pass Yds. 164 32 Passing 5-2-152-2-17 Fum/Lost 0 5 Punting 2-19 3.32 Penalties 9-95 2-10 From The Natchez Democrat Before Wilkinson County High School and Natchez High School battled on the field on Friday night, August 21, WCHS Coach Kenneth Brown said the game would come down to the play of Natchez High School quar- terback Chris Scott. In a 33-27 Wildcat victory that featured four Natchez turnovers, Brown said he was proud of his defense's effort on the talented sopho- more quarterback. While speed was on fifll display with Wilkinson County's Travion Jones making acrobatic plays and NHS' Malik Byrd catching a 60-yard TD, turovers and bad snaps were the story of the game. The Bulldogs had success on the ground with Tydar- rius Terrell rushing for 165 yards and a touchdown in the game. WCHS jumped up 19-6 on Natchez in the second quar- ter before Natchez answered with a score and took a 20- 19 lead off a Shavoke Her- rington pick six just before the half. However, a Natchez penalty that followed gave WCHS great field position. WCHS quarterback Des- mond Hunter then marched his team down the field and put his team back up on top with a touchdown pass on a corner route with seconds to go in the half. Hunter finished with 294 passing yards, three touch- downs and two intercep- tions in the victory. He also recorded 65 yards rushing. Ja'Quarrious Stewart led the team with 111 receiving yards and Juan Anthony had 7 catches for 86 yards and two TD's. WCHS, (1-0), will travel to play Amite County on Fri- day, August 28. The Commission on Wild- life, Fisheries, and Parks ap- proved dates for the 2015 - 2016 waterfowl hunting sea- sons. '~reeding populations were strong again in 2015, which will result in a liberal ganser daily bag limit will be limit of 3 birds. The posses- cry 1 - 5, 2016; and February a total of 5 mergansers, only sion limit for white-fronted 7 - March 31, 2016. 2 of which may be hooded geese is 9, and there is no pos- For more information mergansers. Coots will have session limit for snow, blue, regarding waterfowl in Mis- a 15-bird daffy bag limit. The and Ress's geese. In addition sissippi, visit our website at possession limit is 3 times to the regular hunting sea- the daffy bag limit for ducks, son, there will again be a con- or call us at (601) 432 - 2199. Centreville Academy vs Parklane Friday, August 28 -- Away -- 7 p.m. fowl ProgramLeader. snow, blue, Ross's, white- Duck, merganser, and fronted goose, and brant sea- coot seasons will be Novem- sons will occur from Novem- ber 27 - November 29, 2015; ber 19, 2015 - January 31, December 4 - December 6, 2016. Late-season Canada 2015; and December 9, 2015 geese ~ have a 3-bird dai- - January 31, 2016. The duck ly bag limit, and brant will daffy bag limit Hill be a to- have a daffy bag limit of 1 tal of 6 ducks, including no bird. The possession limit more than 4 mallards (no is 3 times the daffy bag limit more than 2 of which may for Canada geese and brant. be females), 3 wood ducks, 3 Snow, blue, and Ress's geese scaup, 2 redheads, 2 pintaff, 2 Hill have a daffy bag limit ~dV?bb?Ckcl~ ldumc~.ttlT~e duck, of 20 birds. White-fronted mer- geese Hill have a daffy bag Natchez Salvage a Parts, Inc. ..-.. OPEN MONDAY FRIDAY I 7.'30 A.M.. 4:30 P.M. I USED AUTO & TRUCK PARTS Buy Here! Pay tlere! 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