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Austin Day (6) and Jarquez Hunter (27) celebrates a Neshoba Central Homecoming win on Friday night.
Austin Day (6) and Jarquez Hunter (27) celebrates a Neshoba Central Homecoming win on Friday night.
Wednesday, October 9, 2019 12:00 PM
The Neshoba Central (3-3, 2-0 Region 2-5A) did not sleepwalk into homecoming after an emotional win over Holmes County Central the week before.
  • Tornadoes win big over Scott Central
    The Philadelphia Tornadoes picked up a key Region 6-2A victory Friday night when they knocked off Scott Central 24-14 in prep football action.
  • A week after building a big first-half lead but losing their first game, the Union Yellowjackets flexed their muscles for an entire game on Friday night.
  • Congratulations to Philadelphia High School’s Lideatrick “Tulu” Griffin, who has been named to play in the Mississippi-Alabama all-star football game.
  • Clemson, going 15-0, was the only undefeated Division 1 football team last fall. Alabama, Notre Dame and Central Florida entered the bowl season undefeated last season, but all fell. This year, Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, LSU, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Florida, Wisconsin, Penn State, Boise State, Wake Forest, SMU, Baylor, Memphis, Minnesota and Appalachian State are all perfect.
  •  The Choctaw Central Lady Warriors opened up the Class II playoffs with a pair of easy wins on Saturday.
  • The Union Lady Yellowjackets advanced to the second round of the Class I slow-pitch softball playoffs on Saturday with a doubleheader sweep of Clarkdale.
  • The Neshoba Central Lady Rockets swept two games from Starkville in the first round of the state Division II slow-pitch softball playoffs Saturday.
  • The Philadelphia Lady Tornadoes softball team saw their slow-pitch season come to an end Saturday as they dropped two games to Southeast Lauderdale in the first round of the Class I state playoffs.
  • ECCC Warriors end 10-year streak with win over Co-Lin
    the legs of JD Martin, the toe of Robens Beauplan, and the back of a tenacious defense, the East Central Warriors ended 10 years of football frustration with a 23-18 win over the No. 15 ranked Copiah-Lincoln Wolves Thursday.
  • The Leake Academy Rebels grabbed a second straight win last week with another stout defensive effort.
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