Thursday night’s slate of junior college football games proved successful for several Calhoun County athletes.
Sixty years or so ago, somebody snapped a photograph of two Mississippi icons. The moment is preserved for the ages: Jack Cristil interviewing Elvis Presley.
Calhoun Academy’s softball team needed a big win Tuesday night to keep their season alive. They came up short suffering a 9-6 loss to Hebron.
Calhoun City softball swept a double header from Bruce last Saturday.
Joseph Boudreaux delivered the best game of his career that sparked the Calhoun Academy Cougars to a 42-12 win at North Sunflower last Friday night.
The 47-7 loss at Noxapater wasn’t the worst part of last Friday night for Vardaman Coach Larry Gann. He saw his team regress from the previous weeks.
When Brieton Sykes woke up Friday morning he had a feeling that a big performance was coming later that night. Sykes couldn’t have scripted Calhoun City’s 28-7 victory against Water Valley any better for himself or the Wildcats. He had a hand in all four Calhoun City (3-0) touchdowns, and even threw his first touchdown pass of the season on a halfback reverse.
Bruce struggled with the Coffeeville ground game and the Pirates made some big defensive plays to earn a 36-13 win over the visiting Trojans last Friday night.
Calhoun City and Calhoun Academy rolled to big wins while Bruce and Vardaman suffered lopsided losses in another .500 Friday for Calhoun County teams.