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Petal High School’s indoor percussion ensemble is preparing for what is sure to be an exciting and promising competition season in 2018.
With the first half of the school year behind them, the Petal School District Board of Trustees held its first meeting of the new year on Tuesday to map out the remainder of the 2017-18 school year.
Additionally, the board discussed an early learning collaborative state tax credit.
The next court action involving all parties in the proposed incorporation of Bellevue has still not been set after motions have been filed withdrawing the petition and opponents of incorporation have asked for a three-year moratorium before the request can be refiled.
CLINTON – Saturday was a “blur” for Hattiesburg head coach Tony Vance. He left the Hattiesburg High School Football Fieldhouse at 3:30 a.m. following Friday night’s win over Laurel, and he finally got in bed for a few hours of sleep at 4:30 a.m.
LUMBERTON – The Lumberton Panthers are right where they want to be. They’ve posted a 3-1 record through the first four games, and the Panthers start their quest for another district title Friday night at home against Mount Olive.
Coming off a bye, coach Zach Jones said his team did everything he wanted them to do during the off week.
For the second straight season, the Lumberton Panthers will travel to a region opponent after winning the region championship. Last season it was Stringer, and this season it’s the Resurrection Catholic Eagles.
Petal senior Hunter Dykes took all of two hours to decide to make his commitment to play baseball at Jones County Junior College. When he was first offered a scholarship over the summer, he quickly called back.
“In about two hours, I made my decision and called right back,” Dykes said.