The baseball and softball playoffs have come into shape for most of Calhoun County's teams with some beginning play tonight and others tomorrow, weather permitting.
The Bruce Trojans defeated East Webster 5-3 Tuesday night leaving their playoff seed up in the air for now.
The NCAA announced last week that college football recruits will now have a chance to sign a scholarship in December rather than wait until the first Wednesday in February, the traditional national signing day.
Bruce Trojan golfers competed at Louisville last Wednesday in an 8-team match and placed fourth.
Eight Calhoun County powerlifters earned state titles in their weight class and both while both Bruce teams and the Calhoun City girls earned top three finishes at the state championship meet last weekend in Jackson.
The Itawamba Community College golf team earned its best finish of the season to advance to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region 23 tournament at Grand Bear Golf Club in Saucier.
Abbie Patton, pitcher for the Bruce Lady Trojans, is finishing off her softball career with a positively powerful attitude. With Patton’s senior year nearing a close, her softball career, will go with it.
Mississippi’s boys of spring – at least the ones who play college baseball – rarely disappoint. The spring of 2017 is no exception.
Calhoun City took advantage of seven Bruce errors to defeat the Trojans 9-1 Tuesday night.