This is written on Sunday morning. I feel fine; my TV remote control batteries are dead.
Calhoun Academy’s season ended last Friday with a 54-30 loss at Hebron Christian.
“All business Monday, right?” Liles asked.
The Wildcats responded with a resounding “yes sir,” before Liles lead the team in prayer and his customary, “how ‘bout them Wildcats,” cheer after the victory.
Jay Johnson, the Dandy Dozen selection and Ole Miss commit, is quick to acknowledge the 2014 season has been disappointing, but maintains hope he and his Bruce Trojans can still make some noise in the games they have left.
Any other year, Mississippi State’s run-away fire hydrant of a running back, Josh Robinson, would be slam-dunk favorite for the C Spire Conerly Trophy.
Brieton Sykes has been the most dominant football player on Class 2A’s most dominant football team in 2014.
The Bruce Trojans entered Friday’s game at Okolona motivated by the number 12.
Calhoun City turned a matchup of unbeatens into a major mismatch by blowing out Eupora 42-7 to clinch the Region 4-2A crown.
Sharkey-Issaquena handed Calhoun Academy their fourth straight loss Friday night, 34-6, to drop the Cougars to 4-5 on the season.