Calhoun Academy concluded the 2016 football season winning their fourth straight game – 38-20 over Strider.
The Bruce Trojans struggled to get out of their own way Friday night suffering a 39-6 defeat at the hands of East Webster.
It’s been 20 years, but the memories from all who followed the 1996 Bruce Trojan state championship football team are still as vivid as ever.
Two years ago, this time of the year, the Mississippi State Bulldogs were ranked No. 1 in the nation for five straight weeks of the national college football poll.
Calhoun City's playoff run ended last Saturday at the hands of East Union after the Sea Urchins two-game sweep, 19-8 and 10-5, of the best of three series in Calhoun City.
Calhoun Academy won their third consecutive game last Friday cruising past Hebron 44-6.
Turnovers proved too costly for the Vardaman Rams, 6-3, as they suffered their first region defeat last Friday at the hands of West Lowndes 50-20.
There was never any doubt in the Skuna River Rivalry Friday night as the Calhoun City Wildcats cruised to a 50-8 win over the Bruce Trojans.
Jessie Nabors likes to sweep around the outside with his blazing speed. Dion Johnson likes the tough yards up the middle. LeMarcus Echoles loves downhill running late in games and Andrew Haas relishes the adrenaline of the moment.
SCOOBA – In what likely ranks as one of the most eagerly anticipated regular season junior college football games in recent memory, the fourth-ranked and three-time national champion Lions of East Mississippi Community College are set to play host to the top-ranked and reigning national champion Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers Saturday afternoon on the Scooba campus.