Neshoba Central’s Elijah Ruffin signed with Northwest Community College to continue his education and his football career.
Neshoba Central’s Beau Holley signed with East Central Community College to continue his education and his football career.
Neshoba Central’s Dekiren Wilson signed with Mississippi Delta Community College to continue his education and his football career.
The Neshoba Central Rockets basketball team finished the regular season with a 21-8 record and were scheduled to kick off the 5A State Championship tournament on Tuesday night against the Columbus Falcons at 6 p.m.
The first time first-year Leake Academy coach Jason Morgan played Simpson County Academy this season, the Cougars blew out the Rebels 59-24.
The Leake Academy basketball teams wrapped up the regular season last week.
The first year JAM Allstars cheer team, ages 6-11, just brought home first place at competition!
The Leake Academy girls had another productive week on the hardwoods but it wasn’t an easy one.
In a nail-biting physical battle between the Union High School Yellow Jackets and the Forst High Bearcats, the final shot determined the winner.
The Neshoba Central Rockets, currently sitting at 19-4 and 3-2 in region play, dropped a close one to the Canton High School Tigers 61-53 last Tuesday. Three days later, the Rockets rebounded and defeated the Ridgeland Titans 63-57 in overtime.
The Leake Academy girls extended their home winning streak to 70 games but it wasn’t without a heroic effort on Friday night.
The Union basketball teams were unable to come away with a win last week in a pair of division games.
The Neshoba Central Lady Rockets improved to 10-2 last week in fast-pitch softball action.
The Leake Academy girls saw a second double-digit winning streak come to an end this season.
After her junior season, Miriam Prince had a vision of how she thought her senior year might go as she pursued Susan Byrd’s career scoring record at Leake Academy.
The Leake Academy girls started another winning streak as they added three more wins to their total last week.
The Neshoba Central boys basketball team improved to 12-2 as they split a pair of games last week.
The Leake Academy girls saw their unbeaten season come to an end last week at the hands of rival Pillow on Thursday.
The Union basketball teams only got in one of three scheduled games last week.
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