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Hayes Clegg, center, is with his parents, Beth and Paul Clegg, at the MAIS All-Star Game at Jackson Prep. Clegg’s team won 24-22.

Team first

By JOSH TROY THE PRESS REGISTER,

Lee Academy’s Clegg brings unselfish attitude to MAIS All-Star Game, helps team win

Hayes Clegg played many new positions for the first time in his football career as a senior at Lee Academy and that earned him a spot in the MAIS All-Star Game at Jackson Prep last Friday.







Former Clarksdale High star Jenkins named top lineman in state

By STAFF REPORTS,

JACKSON — Elgton Jenkins, a 2014 Clarksdale High School graduate and senior center for the Mississippi State football team, has been named the 2018 Entergy/Kent Hull Trophy winner signifying the top offensive lineman in Mississipi.

The 6 foot, 4 inch, 310 pound Clarksdale native was chosen by a panel of NFL scouts working the state.




McGriff firing a belated Thanksgiving gift for fans

By LARRY LIDDELL,

Color McGriff McGone! Gifts are not required on Thanksgiving, but Matt Luke gave me and all Ole Miss fans a big gift the Friday after Thanksgiving when he fired Rebel defensive coordinator Wesley McGriff.

I hate to see anyone lose their job, especially in these hard economic times. But, I’ll make an exception in McGriff’s case.






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