MOBILE – A former Petal Panther is living out his dream in Mobile, Alabama, this week.
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By the end of the third quarter, Lumberton trailed 42-33 after holding a 27-18 lead over Sacred Heart at halftime. In what would be a second half of runs, the Panthers capitalized in a 52-48 overtime win over the Crusaders.
The Hattiesburg area is getting a semi-professional sports team to help waste away the summer months. A part of the Gulf Coast Premier League, Hattiesburg Futbol Club will participate in the 18-team league this summer.
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.
When you get to the quarterfinals of the NFL playoffs – as the New Orleans Saints had this past weekend – there are no easy outs.
POPLARVILLE — No. 17 Pearl River kept its record unblemished Monday, but it wasn’t easy.
Visiting rival Jones College made the undefeated Wildcats work, but a late surge boosted PRCC past the Bobcats 75-68.
“We knew we had it the whole time, I guess you can tell that by how much I’m sweating,” PRCC coach Chris Oney joked.
HATTIESBURG – It was home-cooking for the Golden Eagle men's basketball team as it played in Reed Green Coliseum for the first time in 30 days. Tyree Griffin scored 21 points and added seven assists to help the Black and Gold to a 77-70 win over Middle Tennessee on Thursday night.