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The Neshoba Central Lady Rockets hold their team championship banner after winning the Class 5A state fast-pitch softball championship with a sweep if Wayne County last week in Hattiesburg.
The Neshoba Central Lady Rockets hold their team championship banner after winning the Class 5A state fast-pitch softball championship with a sweep if Wayne County last week in Hattiesburg.
Wednesday, May 22, 2019 12:00 PM
The Neshoba Central Lady Rockets claimed their seventh straight Class 5A state championship last Tuesday as they won game two over Wayne County 17-1. The Lady Rockets won game one 4-3 last Monday. The series had been delayed by rain.
  • Luckett pitches to Class 2A title
    After a game 1 loss, Philadelphia’s Nia Luckett took advantage of a three-day rain delay to get in some extra work with her big sister in the back yard.
  • Choctaw Central’s 2019 season came to a disappointing end last Tuesday as they dropped a 3-1 decision to South Pontotoc in the third game of the Class 3A fast-pitch softball championship.
  • Rockets take spring game win over Itawamba
    The Neshoba Central football team took a 21-20 victory over Itawamba AHS last Tuesday in the Starkville Spring football jamboree.
  • This is the week that Mississippi State, Southern Miss, Ole Miss and Delta State head to tournaments.
  • What is believed to be the first East Central Community College tennis team to compete at a national championship, the ECCC men’s tennis team returned to Decatur after reaching its goal of a top 20 finish.
  • East Central Community College sophomore guard Josh Green has signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his basketball career at Rust College in Holly Springs, Miss.
  • ECCC Softball Award
    East Central Community College softball player Annika Jones of Leake Academy received the Scholar-Athlete Award at the 2019 Spring Sports Awards Banquet held on the campus in Decatur.
  • Neshoba Central wins 7th straight
    The Neshoba Central Lady Rockets claimed their seventh straight Class 5A fast-pitch state championship Tuesday as they defeated Wayne County 17-1 in game two of the series Tuesday afternoon.
  • Mississippi State baseball continued its domination of Ole Miss with a weekend sweep in Oxford.
  • Coach David Frey has been doing double-duty the last couple of months as the head coach of the fast-pitch softball team and the football team.
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