Already, the first two weeks of the prep football season have provided some thrills and chills.
Several area teams made serious statements on the opening night of the prep football season.
After an outstanding Week 1 to the prep football season, the teams return to give us what should be an equally compelling Week 2.
With school now in session and the temperature beginning to slip under three digits on a regular basis, thoughts can turn to the upcoming prep football season.
The prep football regular season is finally upon us.
My goodness, by simply looking at this weekend's forecast, we are going to guess that the high school football season is winding down.
We have reached the final week of regular season play for MHSAA schools in Classes 1A, 5A and 6A.
Welcome to November.
It is time to grab those blankets and start the hot chocolate early.
We are rapidly reaching the end of another high school football season.
The Twitter world is being filled with reminders of Senior Day.
As we enter the final three weeks of the prep football season, playoff berths are now being clinched.
Believe it or not, it is time for some area prep football teams to punch their playoff tickets.
Several quality matchups headline a critical week of battle in the prep football ranks.
It does not seem possible but we are looking at some teams with only three regular season games remaining.
This is a big week for several area prep football teams.
Now that we have flipped the calendar to October, it is time for some serious prep football action.
As the calendar turns to October, it is time for the prep football playoff races to crank into high gear.
With cooler temperatures at night, now is the time to start breaking down the prep football playoff races.
1. EMCC mourns loss of Clemons COLLEGE SPORTS
2. Columbus boys will face nationally ranked Memphis East tonight HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
3. Hard work pays off for Campbell on MSU women's team COLLEGE SPORTS
4. Offensive line fuels Noxubee County's winning streak HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
5. McNelis likes what she sees from No. 7 MSU COLLEGE SPORTS