Prep basketball region tournament are set for this week throughout the state
Now that 2013 is officially underway, the high school sports scene is fixing to hit overload.
Several area teams remain alive in the hunt for high school football state championships.
Football playoff action begins in the Mississippi High School Activities Association Friday night. Classes 2A, 3A and 4A begin Friday night with five wins being needed to earn a state championship. Classes 1A, 5A and 6A only have four rounds and will begin play Nov. 9.
Don't look now but the high school basketball season is upon us.
New Hope High School, Hamilton High School and East Webster High School advanced in the slow-pitch softball playoffs Tuesday night. Columbus High drew a bye and plays Saturday.
West Point players and coaches are aiming for a return to the Class 5A state championship game.
Some area high school football players and teams had standout games Friday night.
With a perfect 6-0 record, Noxubee County is beginning to turn some heads.
Columbus High School plays its biggest football game of the season Friday night when the Falcons play host to Southaven in Region 1-6A play.
1. Mississippi Bowl has emerged as top destination COLLEGE SPORTS
2. EMCC's Reed commits to Alabama COLLEGE SPORTS
3. MSU preparing for invitation to Liberty Bowl COLLEGE SPORTS
4. Ray eager to see how MSU fares against TCU COLLEGE SPORTS
5. Tornadoes hope DL can dominate HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS