Meridian Community College golfer, TJ Morgan, of Bruce, tied for the individual medalist at the NJCAA D1 National Championship held in Lubbock, TX, but lost on the first hole of a playoff.
Six Northwest Mississippi Community College players have been named to the 2013 MACJC All-State baseball team, including three first-team and three second-team selections, after a vote by the league’s head coaches that was announced on Tuesday.
Mark Twain, the great American humorist and writer, once called golf “a good walk spoiled.” While I hesitate to quibble with Twain, a man of such remarkable intellect, I respectfully disagree. Then again, I don’t walk when I play golf. I ride.
Calhoun City native Langston Rogers, longtime sports information director at Ole Miss, will be inducted into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame on Friday, Aug. 2 at the Hilton Jackson on County Line Road.
Bruce, Calhoun City and Vardaman each have a player chosen for the 2013 Northeast Mississippi Softball Coaches Association All Star Game in Tupelo.
Two Calhoun County athletes will be traveling to Australia this summer to compete in football and basketball games.
High school football players from Bruce, Calhoun City and Vardaman will suit up for the first annual Northeast Mississippi Football Coaches Association All-Star Game this Wednesday, May 22 at Saltillo High School at 6 p.m.
Calhoun City’s Brooks Goodson and Baldwyn’s Bishop Davis tied up in a pitcher’s duel Tuesday night, both pitching more than nine innings in the deciding game three of the Class 2A North Semifinal.
Major League Baseball has tried — so far without success — to ban its players from chewing tobacco. So we still see ballplayers who appear to have a golf ball lodged in their cheeks.
College baseball banned the use of tobacco 16 years ago, and as any reputable dentist will tell you: That’s progress. The biggest difference between tobacco smoked and tobacco chewed is the type of cancer that results. Lungs or gums, take your pick.