Calhoun City turned a matchup of unbeatens into a mauling Friday night rolling over Eupora 42-7. Coach Perry Liles talks to his number one ranked Wildcats who clinched the Region 4-2A title with the win. See the game story in the sports section. Photo by Lisa McNeece
The Bruce Trojans entered Friday’s game at Eupora motivated by the number 12.
Calhoun City turned a matchup of unbeatens into a major mismatch by blowing out Eupora 42-7 to clinch the Region 4-2A crown.
Sharkey-Issaquena handed Calhoun Academy their fourth straight loss Friday night, 34-6, to drop the Cougars to 4-5 on the season.
Coffeeville showed why they are the top ranked team in Class 1A Friday night in Vardaman, blowing out the winless Rams 53-0 in the first half.
Following are honor rolls recently announced by Calhoun County Schools.
Calhoun City remains on top of the Class 2A rankings entering tonight’s showdown with number five ranked and fellow unbeaten Eupora.
Everyone knows or once knew someone who endured the battle against breast cancer. October is the month of recognition for people who have loved ones fighting breast cancer.
Banner Fire Department recently acquired a new 2,200 gallon tanker truck. The 2008 Freightliner was purcahsed from the U.S. Forestry Commission. Pictured, from left, are Dusty Blount, Tommy McKee, David Hill, Jacob McKee (in front), Tommy McKee, Dylan Cross (in back) and Christine Cross. Photo by Joel McNeece