MACON -- If there's any team that was made for the never ending rain that fell Friday night, it might just be the West Point Green Wave.
CALEDONIA -- "Give me three and I will beat you!" These words were first uttered by Pro Football Hall of Fame coach George Allen in reference to the importance of winning the turnover battle.
SULLIGENT, Ala. -- The Lamar County High School football team captured its fifth straight sweep of its county rivals Friday with a 46-14 victory against Sulligent at Brown Stadium.
JACKSON -- Heritage Academy football coach Barrett Donahoe looked forward to seeing how his team would respond after its first loss of the season.
AMORY -- Forget about the rain. The New Hope High School football team wants to "Turn it Up."
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MACON -- If any team was made for the never-ending rain that fell Friday night, it might just be the West Point Green Wave.
In the middle of the sixth inning, a fan jokingly offered a group of New Hope softball players a thousand dollars if any of them hit a home run off the water tower beyond the center field wall.
Even without his coach in the room, Anthony Sharp knows the first fundamental for football success. Asked how he was able to score six touchdowns last week in a victory against Tabernacle Christian, the Victory Christian School junior running back didn't hesitate to share the credit.
The banging of metal on metal in the weight room was a fitting backdrop for Tony Stanford as he talked about perhaps his biggest victory in his time as Columbus High School's football coach.
Consider the lesson learned because Barrett Donahoe and the Heritage Academy football team have moved on.
Oak Hill Academy faces a ranked opponent Friday night when it faces Newton County Academy.
STARKVILLE -- In the preseason, Starkville Academy football coach Jeff Terrill thought this season might have some ups and downs.
MACON -- One more week.
MACON -- The Central Academy fast-pitch softball team has taken on opponents of all classifications this season.
Andrew Mackin hopes neither his son nor any other players or coaches in the state of Mississippi have to make a decision they could be forced to make.
Damian Moore knew the game plan. It probably was the simplest one he had ever received: Stop Aeris Williams.
WEST POINT - Down 15 points early, the Oak Hill Academy football team did not panic Friday night. They simply went to work.
The letters -- JA -- stand for excellence.
1. Bulldogs working to keep Abram on the field this fall COLLEGE SPORTS
2. Columbus Christian's Webber heads to Mississippi College HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
3. New Hope's Jennings chooses EMCC HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
4. Starkville High's Thompson signs with Mississippi College HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
5. Bulldogs finish fourth at Old Waverly COLLEGE SPORTS