Calhoun City basketball completed another perfect week with wins over Eupora and Nettleton.
Area basketball teams swept, got swept and split games Friday night.
This was Vic Schaefer, coach of the Mississippi State women’s basketball team, talking late Sunday afternoon:
“We set offensive basketball back at least 20 years today.”
The Tampa Bay Bucs on Monday announced the signing of three players to futures contracts for 2015, including former Packers’ safety M.D. Jennings.
Calhoun County won the Cal-Chick Challenge in Houlka Saturday winning four of six games.
Houlka will host the annual Cal-Chick Challenge this Saturday with Bruce, Calhoun City and Vardaman teams all in action.
The New Orleans Saints limped, not marched, home with a 7-9 record, disappointing for a team that entered 2014 with Super Bowl hopes and a future Hall of Fame quarterback.
A look back at some of those making news in Calhoun County sports over the past year.
Northeast Mississippi Community College sophomore Jonathan Bobo, of Bruce, signed a National Letter of Intent (NLI) to join the Faulkner (Ala.) University football program on Wednesday, Dec. 17 during the opening day of the midyear transfer signing period.
Joining Bobo at a signing ceremony inside Ramsey Hall on the Booneville campus was his father, John Wayne Glaspie (left). Photo by Michael H. Miller/NEMCC Public Information.