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- The Mc Kenzie Lady Rebels overcame the threat of bad weather to complete their softball game at Huntingdon Tuesday but they couldn't over come 4 runs in the bottom of the first inning.Mc Kenzie took the lead scoring in the top of the first inning but Huntingdon scored four to lead four to one.Micayla Hart led West Carroll with two hits in three at-bats.West Carroll didn't commit a single error in the field. - First Presbyterian Church at 19835 East Main Street in Huntingdon will be offering a FREE meal on April 17th, to all those in need and also for those who have no one to dine with. Fortunately Dresden had an open day and came to Mc Kenzie. Chase Daffron had a single and double in the game, Nathan Eaton had 2 singles. Murphy Watkins had a double in the game Cameron Rawls had a single and double while Noah Hawkins and Harold Smith both had singles. - Mc Kenzie Rebel soccer squad lost to Trenton Peabody 3-1 putting their overall record at 3-1. - The Rebels baseball team swept two games on Thursday at the City Park in Mc Kenzie from the Dresden Lions. The Rebels were originaly scheduled to play Henry County but due to conflicts on the Patriots part that game was cancelled. Evan Jarrett was the winning pitcher in the first of two five inning games, giving up 2 hits and allowing 1 run while striking out 4 batters.The window Hampton fell through was at the rear of the house.
Lady Rebels will play again on Thursday at City Park in Mc Kenzie against West Carroll High School. - A report at the Mc Kenzie Police Department stated that dispatch received a call from the Manager of a local drive-in eatery that a man in a tan Honda was parked in one of their stalls and the man was passed out.Hampton’s cell phone was not working and it was discovered.Hampton lived in a single wide trailer that had additions on the front and back, according to the sheriff.Hampton lived alone at 1845 Ball Creek Road in Buena Vista and was found deceased outside him home and near a ditch.“We don’t have any reason to believe it was a homicide,” said the Sheriff.
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