King earns state, national Player of the Week for second time

Jay King

For a second time this season, standout shortstop and All-American hopeful Jay King of Northwest Mississippi Community College has been tabbed the MACJC and NJCAA Division II Baseball Player of the Week.

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Mississippi State’s Final Four run still the only one for Magnolia State

rick cleveland

We are in the 75th year of so-called March Madness, which means we are, in Super Bowl terms, about to watch Final Four LXXV.

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Clarke, Hill earn medalist honors at golf tournaments

Cameron Clarke

Calhoun City golf won two matches over the past week.

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Vardaman tops Bruce 7-2


The Vardaman Lady Rams defeated county rival Bruce 7-2 Monday night at the Vardaman Sportsplex.

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Trojans win at home; lose two at Winona

Brandon Williams

The Bruce Trojans won a pair of weekend home games over West Union and Vardaman before getting swept in a double-header at Winona Monday night.

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Calhoun City loses two to East Webster

avery bullard

Calhoun City lost a pair of games to East Webster over the past week.

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Hare hits home run for Vardaman


The Vardaman Rams are still trying to get back on track after suffering a pair of losses last weekend in Bruce.

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Cougars drop two games

Todd Harrell

Calhoun Academy suffered a pair of losses last week.

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‘City completes sweep of Eupora

Steele Liles

The Calhoun City Wildcats improved to 8-4 on the season and remained unbeaten in division play after completing a sweep of Eupora.

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Vardaman’s Edmondson signs with Northeast

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Vardaman pitcher Genna Grace Edmondson signed with Northeast Community College Wednesday in a ceremony at Vardaman High School.

Edmondson, a senior pitcher for the Lady Rams, was joined by family and friends for the signing in the school library.

Pictured with Edmondson are her family, parents Chris and Carla Lucius, sisters Addie and Anna Beth, and Vardaman Softball coaches Billy Dill and Kelsey Nelson. Photo by Joel McNeece