So, you ask, when is the last time two Mississippi teams were undefeated and ranked as highly as Ole Miss and Mississippi State are this far into the season?
Calhoun City will take aim at matching the longest win streak in the history of their rivalry with Bruce when they host the Trojans this Friday at 7 p.m.
Calhoun City looked every bit like a state championship contender on Friday. The Wildcats dominated a talented North Panola team in every facet of the game and rolled to a 54-6 victory against the Class 3A opponent.
The Bruce Trojans struggled all night against Amory who spoiled the Trojans’ homecoming last week with a 27-0 win at Trojan Field. It was the first time the Trojans had been shutout since a 13-0 loss to Eupora in 2006.
Vardaman Coach Larry Gann is going to find out how good his team wants to be over the next few weeks.
Calhoun Academy showed no signs of road weariness in rolling through Strider last Friday 37-6 in their first division game of the season.
Friday was a night of blowouts around Calhoun County with the Wildcats and Cougars on the positive side of things while the Trojans and Rams were not.
Bruce Telephone Company hosted the 2014 Independent Telephone Pioneer Association Golf Tournament this week at Yoda Creek.
Josh Byrd is quick to admit he loves contact.
In history, we call them red-letter days. In college football, we call them program makers. They are the most especial of special days and games. They are the most meaningful of victories.