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It’s been a long time coming, but the Hattiesburg Public School District inducted its inaugural class to the Hattiesburg Hall of Fame last week. The class was made up of 14 honorees, including a handful of former professional athletes and a legendary sportswriter.
The Lumberton Panthers have been in this situation before entering Friday night’s game against Sacred Heart. After losing to Taylorsville in 2017, the Panthers traveled to Hattiesburg to play the Crusaders and Sacred Heart “checked out oil,” as Lumberton coach Zach Jones put it.
It seems like the Hattiesburg Tigers are getting better every week, or at least they’re putting up more numbers and beating teams by a wider margin. Last week’s win over Pearl River Central wasn’t any different.
The Petal Panthers are in trouble and their backs are against the wall. However, sitting at 1-6 overall and 0-3 in Region 3-6A, the Panthers still have a chance to run the table and make the playoffs.
The Oak Grove Warriors and the Terry Bulldogs have played some classics the last couple of seasons. From a last-second field goal in 2016 to give Oak Grove the win to Terry pulling off a one-point upset win last season, there’s been no shortage of drama.
Not every team can go undefeated, and in reality, only one team in each classification can finish with a perfect record – if that even happens.
I’ve spent the last two Friday nights on the Oak Grove Warriors’ sidelines, and now I’ve been to four of their seven games this season. I was talking to a friend who pays a lot of attention to 6A football and he was surprised when I said Oak Grove was 6-1 and 3-0 in the region.
That’s because it has done it quietly.
HATTIESBURG – Down a couple of defensive ends, including Mississippi State commit Jack Harris, the Oak Grove Warriors defense answered the bell Friday night against Meridian.
On this week’s episode of The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast, Camal and Andrew touch on a number of topics in the high school and Southern Miss sports world.