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Wednesday, February 3, 2016 6:00 PM
 The Philadelphia Tornado basketball teams enter their final complete week of their Region 5-3A season.
  • Patrick Schoolar knows he has a lot of groundwork to lay as the new head football coach At Neshoba Central High School as he works to turn things around for the program.
  •  Post season action starts this week for the Leake Academy basketball team as they open district tournament play Thursday at Winston Academy.
  • The Choctaw Central Lady Warriors continued their march toward the Region 5-3A regular season championship as they picked up a pair of wins in prep basketball action last week.
  • The East Central Lady Warriors placed six players in double figures as they won their 10th straight game in an 85-72 MACJC South Division road win over the Meridian Community College Lady Eagles Thursday night in Meridian.
  •   The high school soccer season came to an end for local teams involved in the state playoffs.
  • The East Central Community College Lady Diamond Warriors softball team will take the field to open their season Feb. 4 as the No. 2 ranked team in the nation, according to the 2016 National Junior College Athletic Association preseason Division II softball rankings released Jan. 27.
  • The Union Yellowjacket basketball dropped both of its Region 5-2A games last week and the season doesn’t get any easier this week as they take on Newton High and Heidelberg High in prep basketball action.
  •  The Choctaw Central boys soccer team was to compete in its first playoff game in school history Tuesday as the Warriors traveled to Independence in the Class 1A-2A-3A playoffs.
  •  The Neshoba Central boys soccer team returned to the Class 5A soccer playoffs for the first time in several years Tuesday when they traveled to Lewisburg.
  • The Neshoba Central basketball teams begin a three-game Region 4-5A run this week that will determine their position in the region tournament in mid-February.
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