HATTIESBURG – Another Friday night, another blowout win for the Hattiesburg Tigers. This time Hattiesburg handed Wayne County a 49-6 loss, which moves it to 8-0 overall and 4-0 in Region 4-5A.
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POPLARVILLE — Pearl River’s men’s and women’s basketball teams loaded up on tough out-of-state competition this year in an effort to see what they’re made of ahead of MACJC play.
The Wildcats will travel to Texas, Louisiana, Alabama and Florida in search of tests before entering league play.
When a young team like Presbyterian Christian is in the process of gaining experience week by week, the players need a game like last week. In a 20-7 loss, the Bobcats were in the game, and there’s something to be said for that.
The schedule isn’t doing Sacred Heart any favors right now. Friday marks the fifth straight game where the opponent will be a bigger school, and to make matter worse, the Crusaders are reeling from injuries.
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HATTIESBURG – The preparations for the Southern Miss football team Tuesday evening served two purposes.
Hattiesburg remains the No. 2 team in the state in the Mississippi AP Prep Poll, while Oak Grove dropped out after losing to the Tigers Friday night. The Tigers are also No. 1 in 5A, collecting 10 of the 12 first-place votes.
POPLARVILLE— Friday was the latest example that Pearl River Community College should be in the conversation as one of the state’s top men’s soccer programs.
But even in the wake of a 5-1 victory over Meridian Community College that pushed the team’s record to 5-0, head coach Drew Gallant challenged his players.
ELLISVILLE – The Jones College soccer teams continue to impress during the early part of the season.
The 14th-rated Lady Bobcats blanked Mississippi Gulf Coast 3-0 here Friday evening at Bobcat Soccer Field. The Lady Bobcats still have not allowed a goal this season.