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Plenty of talent to go around in area

Admittedly, the All-Metro Player of the Year Award was no layup. On Christmas day, we will unveil our selection for the award that we as ... Read more

MHSAA investigating Cathedral’s Boothe transfer is hypocritical

You’re a meat lover soon-to-be turning vegetarian. You ask me if you can enjoy your last feast of meat, including ribs, sausage and steak at ... Read more

Cathedral caps big season for all area teams

The “defense wins championships” phrase in football could be scripture. Read more

Dream season for CHS begs the question ‘What if?’

And y’all thought I was crazy. Before the season, I made two bold predictions — Cathedral would have the best record in the area and Ferriday ... Read more

ACCS belongs in talks with top programs

Breaking news — Centreville is pretty good. In a less joking tone — Adams County Christian School, who won 12 games this season, is pretty ... Read more

Crossroads ahead for NHS football

Will Natchez High School ever dominate the Friday Night Lights again? Ever is a strong word, but if the worst-case scenario transpires this offseason, we ... Read more

Rogel proving doubters wrong in first year

I’d be lying if I told you I expected this for first-year head coach Zach Rogel. Read more

FHS seniors’ legacies secured in Friday win

The story Melz Field repeats time and time again is an ageless one. The latest characters to perform on this grand local stage was a ... Read more

Impossible to judge Hancock on statistics

Numbers have a tendency to hide the full story sometimes. More specifically, a winless record through eight games compared to a previous 2-8 record is ... Read more

Rebels big time players in MAIS AA

The ACCS Rebels are knockout artists. Read more

Can’t assume anything with prep football

Have you ever watched a game and repeatedly said in the back of your mind, “I’ve seen this one before, I know exactly how this ... Read more

Who said fantasy is just for pros?

If you’re playing a numbers game like Fantasy Football, certain Miss-Lou football players provide numbers that would have fantasy owners drooling. Read more

Ferriday, Block provided game of the year

The greatest high school football game of the 2014 season has already been played in the Miss-Lou. Bold declaration to make in September, but one ... Read more

Hancock helps Rushing solve puzzle

Sometimes, even the best needs a helping hand. Though he won’t toot his own horn, Ron Rushing is one of the best coaches in the ... Read more

Natchez High’s Pete gets the last laugh with victory

Good for you, Melvin Pete. A few weeks back, I stuck my foot in my mouth by making the boldest of predictions and picking Ferriday ... Read more

Football great teaching tool for young athletes

The best aspect of covering local sports is watching young players grow and mature. Read more

NHS’ Scott doesn’t play like freshman QB

Everyone fumbles in the beginning. When I received the phone call from Natchez head coach Melvin Pete about how his team did in the Hazelhurst ... Read more

Bold predictions for Miss-Lou football season

Making bold high school football predictions for the Miss-Lou area feels like I’m suiting up in full pads again. As weird as it may sound, ... Read more

Voorhies, QBs perform well at LSU fall camp

Two LSU football players entered the gauntlet at Friday morning’s practice, eager to pounce on one another with players and media members surroudning them. “Devin ... Read more

In SEC, Mississippi could prevail

Videocassette tapes. Pong. Post-it notes. The Internet. These are random inventions that have been introduced to the world since a Mississippi team last won the ... Read more

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