Just because south Mississippi hasn't experienced bone-chilling, hypothermia-type weather this winter doesn't mean outdoorsmen are “out of the woods” as far as dangerous situations are concerned. In fact, if relatively warm weather prevails, outdoorsmen could actually be in more danger.
Top Sports Stories
This is surreal. Mississippi college football, that is. Little more than a month ago, Matt Luke was the Ole Miss head football coach, trying to win the Egg Bowl with a fresh vote of confidence from the university’s administration.
The Lady Petal Panthers are not off to the start that head coach Kotreece Bender had envisioned for the team at the beginning of the season.
The Purvis Tornadoes women’s basketball team is off to a hot start winning their first 15 games of the year. The Tornadoes are currently 16-1 with their lone loss to Oak Grove in the Lamar County Tournament Championship Game.
Presbyterian Christian girls have made a name for themselves in recent years. Led By Coach Missy Bilderback the Lady Bobcats won the state Championship in 07-08 and 13-14.
There is no secret to which player the scouts are in town to see when the Forrest County AHS Aggies take the floor. Senior Ashton Campbell is a quick guard who can score double digits in a short period of time. Campbell is averaging 28.6 points per game and dropped 50 points against rival Purvis on Dec. 3.