PURVIS – For the first time since 2017, Purvis defeated Sumrall on the hardwood by a score of 66-33 Monday night.
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In a season already filled with challenges, Sacred Heart suffered a tough loss to Richton Friday night and fell 40-11 to the Rebels from Perry County.
The Crusaders, who are 0-4 on the season, had no answer to Richton’s running game led by quarterback Dylan Farve.
The No. 1 ranked women's soccer team from William Carey University defeated Thomas University 1-0, last Saturday afternoon at Crusader Field.
The Purvis Tornadoes got their first win of the season Friday night as they defeated Perry Central 27-8. The Tornadoes look to carry that winning momentum forward as they face a tough Northeast Jones Tiger team this week.
Overall, Coach Brad Hankins felt his guys played well against Perry Central.
2013 is the last year the Hattiesburg Tigers started the season 0-3, but don’t count them out just yet. The Tigers tough first three games might have come in losses but winning division games and postseason play are what counts the most.
Sumrall experienced a tough road loss last Friday to Presbyterian Christian, but is looking to get things going against West Marion this week. The Bobcats are currently on a two-game losing and scoring streak bringing them to a 2-2 record for the season.
Sacred Heart is looking to get its first win of the season as the Crusaders host Richton in a conference matchup Friday night.
Coach Ed Smith is pleased with his team’s progress and looks to continue to build off learning experiences.
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Good field position and defense are two factors that win football games. With strong play on defense, it was the kicking game of the Presbyterian Christian Bobcats that lead to a 3-0 victory when they hosted Sumrall Friday night.