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Down 27-26 in overtime, the Whippets opted to go for two-points and the win but failed to convert after Winona senior linebacker Kaleb Hicks met Whippet running back Kenwon Riley near the line of scrimmage.  The initial hit was enough to slow Riley down before several more Tigers arrived snuffin

The No. 7 ranked Holmes Community College Bulldogs continued their winning ways here Thursday night with a 29-0 win over the Mississippi Delta Community College Trojans to move to 3-0 on the season and 1-0 in the North Division.  Holmes hosts Coahoma Thursday at home at 6:30 p.m.

After falling behind 20-0 at the half, the McAdams Bulldogs came marching back and took control of the contest, only to fall to Ray Brooks 26-20, falling to 1-3 on the year.  A holding penalty nullified a 52-yard touchdown run by Kristopher Brown in the fourth quarter that would have given the B

The Ethel Tigers fell to 0-4 on the year after falling 45-0 to Noxapater on the road last Friday night.  Demaret Woods got the scoring started for Noxapater on a five-yard run with 4:17 remaining in the first quarter, kick failed, to take a 6-0 lead over Ethel.  Noxapater got on the board once a

The Ethel Lady Tigers are now 12-2 on the season with district wins over Winona and French Camp.  In the French Camp win, the Lady


We the people


It is a rainy fourth of July, a perfect day to reflect on the significance of what this day represents.  I am lucky enough to have gotten off work for the second year in a row.

Learning from a legend


The 2015 Ripken Experience Baseball Camp, located in Aberdeen, Md., delivered an immersive baseball experience recently for four campers, Khameron Harvey, Bernard Bridges, Jr., Richard Whigham and Reggie Carter, Jr., who were from the Kosciusko Oprah Winfrey Boys & Girls

Adventures on Bear Creek


I have recently spoken about the passing of my younger brother Joe.  In the old western epic movie, “Lonesome Dove,” old Gus McCray told Capt. Call, “It’s not the dying I’m talking about; it’s the living.”  I promise to keep on that theme in this story.