Deshawn Tillman of Bruce won a National Championship with East Mississippi Community College Sunday as they defeated Iowa Western 34-17 in Biloxi.
STARKVILLE – It was not supposed to end this way. The storybook had written itself in 2014, and all that remained was the final chapter. The best Calhoun City team ever – as some have referred to it – tied a school record with 15 wins and had finished undefeated in the regular season.
Bruce and Vardaman met for the first time this season on Tuesday with each school earning a win.
A bunch of little things after a big season in Mississippi college football…
After splitting their two games in Florida, the Calhoun City Wildcats returned to Mississippi to defeat Houston last Saturday 89-85 in overtime.
Calhoun City “Little Wildcats” claimed the championship in the Mississippi Little League Activities Association 5th & 6th grade Saturday, Nov. 15.
Calhoun City earned a rematch with Bassfield in the Class 2A State championship game by defeating East Webster 35-14 at D.L. Harrison Field Friday night.
Never, not even when dapper John Vaught graced the sidelines, has Magnolia State football received so much national attention as this autumn. We’ve had Sports Illustrated covers, national TV coverage, and sky-high rankings galore.
Calhoun City’s boys’ basketball team played this week in Fort Walton Beach. They defeated Arnold High School Monday 71-63.
Bruce and Calhoun City’s 2014 rematch at D.L. Harrison Field proved to be a run-heavy, physical battle with a familiar outcome in the end – a Wildcat victory.