The Bruce Trojans opened a 13-0 lead over North Pontotoc, but ran out of gas in the second half, ultimately suffering a 28-20 loss in Ecru.
Calhoun City Coach Perry Liles was pleased that his team opened the season with a 30-20 win over Coffeeville, but their inability to “finish” was less than satisfactory.
VARDAMAN – Vardaman coach Larry Gann had to wait until the second half of Friday’s game against East Webster before he could find many positives in his team’s performance.
Calhoun Academy opened the season with a big road win rolling over Humphreys Academy in Belzoni 33-0, but Coach Tim Melton still sees a lot of room for improvement.
Northeast Mississippi Community College’s softball program took part in a popular sensation that is sweeping its way across the nation to help bring more attention to a dreadful illness.
Fresh off their first playoff appearance since 2007, the expectations are already climbing for first-year head coach Sean Cannon and the Itawamba Community College football team.
The ritual that is Mississippi high school football begins again this week. It begins in the heat and humidity of August and extends to the usually chilly, first weekend in December. It is a roller-coaster of passion and pageantry that unites communities and has produced an inordinate share of the game’s greatest players.
The Trojans will enter 2014 big, fast, and talented, but not deep at key positions. If they can stay healthy, they’re in position for a deep run in the playoffs.