Quarterback Wesley Ross, the newest addition to the Bruce Trojans’ football team, said he’s feeling right at home and is excited about what’s to come this season for the Blue and Gold.
Good for Mississippi State. Good for Southern Miss. Good for football in the Magnolia State.
VARDAMAN – Friday night was perfect. It didn’t matter that it was the kind of evening when just leaning over a chain-link fence was enough to make your clothes stick to your body.
The August humidity in Mississippi hung in the air like a dense, oppressive fog.
Calhoun City third baseman Landyn Stoddard attempts to apply the tag to a sliding Lady Hilltopper during Houston’s win over the Lady Wildcats last week.
Calhoun Academy’s Lady Cougars split a pair of games with Hebron last week.
Bruce softball suffered losses last week to Eupora, Tupelo and Houlka.
The Bruce Trojans opened a 13-0 lead over North Pontotoc, but ran out of gas in the second half, ultimately suffering a 28-20 loss in Ecru.
Calhoun City Coach Perry Liles was pleased that his team opened the season with a 30-20 win over Coffeeville, but their inability to “finish” was less than satisfactory.
VARDAMAN – Vardaman coach Larry Gann had to wait until the second half of Friday’s game against East Webster before he could find many positives in his team’s performance.