We begin with an admission: I just thought I knew about everything there was to know about Mississippi sports history and heroes.
Calhoun City High School will host Wildcat Madness Thursday, Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. Fans will be able to meet the junior and high school basketball teams, watch a dunk contest and a live scrimmage. Admission is $2.
Northwest Mississippi Community College head baseball coach Mark Carson has announced a Prospect Camp for 2015 and 2016 graduates on Saturday, Nov. 8 at Jim Miles Field.
A difficult season continued for the Vardaman Rams last Friday as they were defeated 34-6 at Smithville.
There wasn’t much Bruce could do to slow down East Webster quarterback Jack Wilson and the rest of the Wolverines offense last Friday in a 42-27 loss.
Kemper blew open a close game in the second quarter to hand Calhoun Academy its fourth loss of the season last Friday night.
Former Calhoun City Wildcat and current ICC Indian Cartin McBride ranks second in the nation in blocked kicks this season.
Let’s forget the rivalry for at least this week. Forget “The School Up North.” Forget “Cow College.” Forget, even, the Egg Bowl. Heaven knows, we will get there soon enough.
The Bruce Trojans played the best half of football of the season Friday night. Unfortunately, it followed one of their worst in a 28-21 loss to Eupora.
Number one ranked Calhoun City scored the first 20 points Friday night in a 44-18 win over East Webster to remain perfect on the season.