Presbyterian Christian High School standout Rico Dorsey has had dreams of playing at the next level ever since elementary school. At an early age he knew that he was a cut better than his competitor.
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I'd taken a nice 9-point buck with my bow a couple of years ago and was having trouble deciding whether or not to pay the price of a shoulder mount. After all, Christmas was near, and the money could be used for gifts for the kids and grandkids.
With the Petal Panther football team receiving most of the shine with their sSouth State run and District champs title, the men’s basketball team looks to steer the glory to the hard court and continue the progress made from the previous successful year.
The Oak Grove Warriors start the basketball season looking to pick up where they left off last year. Having their best year with Coach LaRon Brumfield at the helm has Oak Grove hungry to build off of a style of play that got the Warriors a 25-win season last year.
The Hattiesburg Tigers have high hopes on the hardwood as they look to take the experienced starters from a successful season a year ago, and make a deep push into the playoffs. The number of guys coming back and the amount of talent might just give the Tigers that push they are searching for.
The Oak Grove Warriors’ season came to an end Friday night and with the it the hope of a state championship title .
The Lumberton Panthers will be served one last plate of spaghetti this week in the hopes it serve them one last win – a 1A state.
Hattiesburg won Tuesday night’s hard court battle 53-47 in a back and forth exchange between crosstown-rival Oak Grove.
Nick Walker lead the Tigers with 18 points and gave the Warriors its first defeat of the season as they hosted Oak Grove in front of a packed house.