There is a time when Columbus High School defensive end Josh Gray gets excited.
When Gray sees a clear path to the quarterback and feels a tackle for loss in his sights, his motor runs at a higher level.
The tide had been building.
Members of the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) had been waiting to see when -- or if -- someone would knock the East Mississippi Community College football team from the top perch.
With our first official burst of fall weather ongoing, that means the prep football season is beginning to wind down.
While the East Mississippi Community College football team had to feel dejected Thursday night, spirits had to be lifted slightly Tuesday.
SOUTHAVEN -- Columbus High School senior defensive back Devon King knew patience would be critical when playing with so many young teammates this season.
Unfortunately for the Falcons, the time for patience is running out.
East Mississippi Community College quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr. was gracious in accepting the interview. He said all the correct things, like he always does.
Still, one could tell he wasn't sure what had just happened.
SENATOBIA -- While no championship was won Thursday night at Bobby Franklin Field, it felt like a championship celebration took place.
The No. 10 Northwest Mississippi Community College sent shockwaves through the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) with a 61-38 upset of No. 1 East Mississippi C.C. in a North Division game.
When Columbus High School senior Jordan Randle left New Hope High and joined his new team during the summer, he was ready for the challenges of learning new teammates, new coaches, and new plays.
Randle never envisioned learning a new position.
Prior to Buddy Stephens' arrival at East Mississippi Community College, all of the school's football awards would fit on a card table.
If ESPN was in charge of this weekend's area high school football slate, the hype would already be in overdrive.
Horn Lake High School junior running back Tyler Grim is used to stepping up when his team is a man down.
SCOOBA -- East Mississippi Community College sophomore defensive back Duke Upshaw had one word for his feelings about his team's performance against Holmes C.C. last season.
SCOOBA -- Two of the nation's best were in their element Thursday night.
Quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr. threw for a season-best 449 yards and five touchdowns in the No. 1 East Mississippi Community College football team's 49-3 victory against No. 15 Holmes C.C. 49-3 at Sullivan-Windham Field.
A year ago, West Point High School football team had a chance to have the best running back tandem in the state with juniors Marcus Murphy and Chris Calvert.
With 24 days left in the regular season, East Mississippi Community College quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr. is looking forward to seeing his team as a finished product.
TUPELO -- The Columbus High School football team's original plan wasn't available Friday night.
Turns out, the Falcons couldn't execute the backup plan, either.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State women's golf coach Ginger Brown-Lemm has had a little time to put this week together.
Three years in the making, MSU -- with some help from Ole Miss -- will play host to the inaugural Magnolia Invitational at Old Waverly Golf Course in West Point.
MOORHEAD -- Quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr. realized he wouldn't have to do it all when he arrived at East Mississippi Community College.
East Mississippi Community College freshman defensive back JaQuez Akins likes where his team is headed.
We have officially passed the halfway mark of the football regular season in both the Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA).
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