The annual SEC Football Media Days are this week in Birmingham, which means that 13 football coaches and a few of their star players have been busily preparing lately.
Bruce Trojan Jay Johnson became only the third Calhoun County football player to be named to the Clarion-Ledger’s “Dandy Dozen” Wednesday.
Calhoun Academy will open the 2014 fastpitch softball season July 26 with a tournament at Winona.
Nine Itawamba Community College softball players have been recognized as All-America Scholar Athletes by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) for finishing the 2013-14 school year with a 3.50 or better GPA.
Cameron Clarke, left, of Pittsboro, finished second overall and first in the 14-15 year old division of the Pros of Tomorrow Tournament played last week in Tupelo. Clarke shot 72-76=148.
Gary Campbell and C.J. Easley earned first place in the 23rd annual Bruce Sawmill Festival Golf Tournament last Saturday at Yoda Creek.
Joshua Bland earned first place in the Bruce Museum’s 5K Run for History Saturday at the 23rd Annual Bruce Sawmill Festival.
Fifty-three years ago, organizers inducted the first class into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame. Goat Hale, Bruiser Kinard, Dudy Noble and Stanley Robinson formed the inaugural class, and the original plaques hang in the Hall of Fame and Museum today.
Cameron Clarke, of Pittsboro, won his age group and Noah Hill, of Calhoun City, earned third in his at the Sonny Andrews Jr. Invitational at the Cleveland Country Club last week.