The Sumrall Bobcats will host the Purvis Tornadoes in a key district game Thursday evening and the Battle of 589. The Bobcats are 3-4 on the season and are looking to get things back on track with the home game. Losing to Greene County this past week, Coach Shannon White is focused on the task at hand.
Things are looking bright as the Purvis Tornadoes won their third game in a row with a quality win over state runner up Seminary Bulldogs. It was expected the Bulldogs would pull out the win, but the Tornadoes’ defense stepped up once again to pull out a 26-13 win at home.
The Purvis Tornadoes hand delivered a loss Friday night to Seminary’s Bulldogs, 26-13. The first 24 minutes of play were all on the side of the Tornadoes, who didn’t allow the Bulldogs to score a point.
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.
Purvis is looking for its first win of the season Friday night as it get its offense rolling. The Tornadoes had good game play Friday night out of their offense, but costly turnovers caused the team to let another game slip away and into the hands of Pass Christian.
On this week’s episode of The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast, we touch on the MLB Draft, the Baton Rouge Regional and the PineBeltSPORTS high school baseball All-Area Team.
On this week’s episode of The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast, Camal and Andrew start with Sumrall baseball. The Bobcats won Game 3 over St. Stanislaus to punch their ticket to the 4A South State series, and we look back at the big win (7:45) and what to expect from West Lauderdale (15:00).
On this week’s episode of The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast, Camal and Andrew touch on topics from the NFL draft to the high school baseball playoffs.
PURVIS – Simply put, Newton County’s pitcher Shelby Anderson controlled the 4-0 win over Purvis in Game 1 of the third-round series. Anderson threw 14 strikeouts in the complete game shutout, and the Lady Cougars will have two games at their home field to close out the series Saturday.