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HATTIESBURG – The Hattiesburg Tigers put their undefeated record on the line in the first round of the 5A playoffs and left little doubt if they could keep the streak going.
Hattiesburg rolled South Jones 50-0 Friday night, and it’ll travel to Stone in the second round next Friday.
The girls and boys’ Petal basketball teams earned its first win of the season over Forrest County AHS Tuesday night.
The Lady Panthers beat the Lady Aggies in a 10-point, 48-38 game, while the Panthers turned in a dominant performance with a 68-45 win. Both teams are now 1-0 after playing classic games over the weekend.
HATTIESBURG – The Sacred Heart Crusaders ended their season with a bang Friday night by beating the Stringer Red Devils 42-38.
The Crusaders scored first then led Stringer 28-21 at the break. Sacred Heart fell behind 38-35 after third quarters, but pulled out the victory.
The PCS Lady Bobcats took down Oak Forest Academy in the first round of the MAIS playoffs to advance to play Jackson Academy in the semifinals Thursday.
Jillian Rhian had a hat trick and Avery Smith, Emmy Harvey and Lilly Stayer all notched goals in the contest.
The Oak Grove Lady Warriors fell to Our Lady Academy Crescents in straight sets (25-19, 25-16, 25-12) Tuesday night. It was the first match of the season for both teams.
Oak Grove will play in the Set It Off Challenge in Jackson this weekend before playing a road match at Hattiesburg Thursday.
The PCS Lady Bobcats swept Petal Monday night (25-16, 25-19, 25-13) to earn their third win of the young season and improve to a perfect 3-0. It was the Lady Panthers’ first match.
PCS returns to action at the Set it Off Challenge this weekend in Jackson, and Petal will travel to Columbia Thursday for a 7 p.m. contest.