While some schools are excited to have one player to represent their area, the Coahoma County Red Panthers graced the stage with three athletes last Saturday as Mississippi College in Clinton hosted the state junior all-star game in its A.E. Wood Coliseum.
Clarksdale High School senior and tennis team captain Allyson Holmes is a coach’s (and parent’s) answered prayer. With a No. 1 district title and a 4.18 GPA, Holmes accredits her work ethic and alignment of priorities to her athletic and academic success.
SCOOBA — Coahoma Community College and East Mississippi battled it out to get their first victory of the season. The Tigers had chances, but the East Mississippi Community College Lions took advantage of their mistakes and swept the doubleheader 11-0 and 15-6.
There are legends and then there are sons of legends.
Davey Lee Farris is both.
His father was an umpire/referee founder of the local umpire association that is still respected by coaches and school officials statewide.
David Huggins of Clarksdale has been awarded the 2018 Robbie Webb Junior Golf Achievement Award for his outstanding contributions Junior Golf in Mississippi. He joins Hal Graves of Meadville as recipients of the achievement award, according to a press release from the Mississippi Golf Association.
For most of Dalton Hawes’ life, baseball has played a central role.
The senior at Lee Academy has seen and experienced the game from his days on the youth baseball diamond to Dixie Boys and throughout each grade at Lee.
And he has no intention of slowing down.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi turkey hunters should reflect on the wild turkey’s history in our great state and never take this majestic bird for granted.