‘Big three’ lead Wildcats through the postseason

Calhoun City baseball finds a way to win. The Wildcats head into the playoffs led by three upperclassmen in Payton Chandler, Preston Conlee and Jackson Lee who have been a part of multiple division championships and a state title in 2019. According to these “big three” for Calhoun City, what has led to their success on the diamond is “out-working” their opponent.
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Sports Column – Calhoun City showing it can win at everything

It’s rare for a school to be good at everything athletically, but we’re seeing that at Calhoun City High School.
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Bruce, City, Vardaman, Academy all in baseball postseason

Calhoun City was once again crowned division champion in baseball last week going 2-0 overall, including a region-sealing win over Eupora.
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Vardaman, Calhoun City in softball playoffs

Softball playoffs are in full swing in Calhoun County with Vardaman and Calhoun City the area’s participants.
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Langford signs with Northwest

Calhoun City High School’s Conley Langford signed a basketball scholarship with Northwest Community College last week.

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Cook transitions from behind plate to the mound

Calhoun City’s Jobi Cook has found a new baseball home at East Mississippi Community College.
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Thompson signs with Brevard College

Jaron Thompson, of Calhoun City, signed a football scholarship last week with Brevard College in Brevard, North Carolina.

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Jennings signs to play basketball at Northeasst

Calhoun City’s Nashira Jennings is taking her basketball talents to Northeast Mississippi Community College.
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Langford making most of opportunity as two-sport star

Multi-sport athletes are common at small high schools, but it’s rare that an athlete excels at her sports at the level of Conley Langford.
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Calhoun City falls to New Site in 2A title game

The Calhoun City Lady Wildcats kept pushing closer and closer but in the end couldn’t get over the hump in a 55-50 loss to New Site in the MHSAA Class 2A State Championship at the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson.
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