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Northeast Lauderdale’s kick returner is smothered by several Rocket defenders.
Northeast Lauderdale’s kick returner is smothered by several Rocket defenders.
Wednesday, September 19, 2018 12:00 PM
The Neshoba Central Rockets once again dominated a game with their running attack and defense, but also showed they can throw the ball if need be, with quarterback Austin Day going 4-4 passing for 91 yards and a touchdown in a 33-12 win over Northeast Lauderdale.
  • Calloway scores winning TD to lead Tornadoes to win over Panthers
    QUITMAN - Kadarius Calloway appeared to be going nowhere.
  • The Leake Academy Rebels celebrated homecoming with a 42-13 victory over Newton Academy Friday night in prep football action.
  • Week three of the college football season is in the books. What did we learn? Mississippi State has a very good football team, and Ole Miss has lots of work to do.
  • Sophomore quarterback Colby Ferguson threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more to lead the Union Yellowjackets to a 41-38 win over Newton County Friday night in prep football action.
  • The Leake Academy Lady Rebels will enter the Mississippi Independent Schools Association’s Class AAA fast-pitch North State tournament this weekend.
  • DECATUR - Sparked by the two touchdowns and the running of James Smith III, the East Central Community College Warriors held on to defeat the Southwest Mississippi Bears 28-21 in the home football opener Thursday, Sept.13, in Bailey Stadium in Decatur.
  • The East Central Community College softball and baseball teams are hosting a 27-hole golf scramble tournament Oct. 27, at the Decatur Country Club, with all proceeds going to support the two programs.
  • The Choctaw Central Warriors will be seeking their first win of the season Friday night when they visit the Philadelphia Tornadoes in prep football action. The Warriors dropped a 27-0 decision to Lake last Friday.
  • The Mississippi High School Activities Association’s state slow-pitch tournaments will get under way with first round play on October 6.
  • Former Mississippi College standout Kristen Sampson is the new volunteer assistant women’s basketball coach at East Central Community College after most recently serving as a graduate assistant at her alma mater.
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