On this week’s episode of The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast, there’s a lot to cover. From Art Briles, Jay Hopson, Sacred Heart soccer and National Signing Day, there’s plenty to talk about.
Oak Grove Warriors
Take one good look at Oak Grove senior Tate Ryder away from the basketball court, and it’s hard to see what he’s capable of doing. But, get the 6-foot guard on the hardwood, and he plays with fiery passion with the capabilities of scoring 20 points a night.
On this week’s episode of The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast, we chat about the second round of the high school soccer playoffs, as well as other topics from around the area.
The Southern Miss pitching staff will have some familiar faces toe the rubber this season, but coach Scott Berry still has questions regarding his pitching situation. The weekend rotation will look almost the same, minus one arm that’s now a professional pitcher, and the bullpen didn’t take a huge hit either.
Oak Grove (16-4, 2-2) was finally able to bounce back from its three-game losing streak by taking down rival Petal (15-3, 2-2), 57-49 Friday.
Both teams opened the game in a fast tempo with either team taking no more than a four-point lead in the entire first half.
HATTIESBURG – Both of the Oak Grove soccer teams needed wins over George County Friday night. Without wins, road playoff games loomed when the postseason starts later this month.
On this week’s episode of The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast, it’s a Southern Miss heavy show.
First, Camal gives a quick breakdown of where area high school soccer teams stand in the region standings (8:20), then Camal and Andrew dive into multiple subjects regarding Southern Miss athletics.
Kevin Mauldin, athletic trainer and teacher at Oak Grove High School, was honored during Monday’s meeting of the Lamar County School Board, as the recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Safe Sports School Award.
On this week’s episode of The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast, Camal and Andrew touch on a number of topics regarding high school basketball, high school soccer and Southern Miss athletics.