On Tuesday, the soccer and football player was named one of 16 seniors in the state to be named a Lindy Callahan Scholar-Athlete. The MHSAA award includes a $1,500 scholarship.
STARKVILLE -- Amariyon Howard's workouts amidst the COVID-19 crisis have come out of sight.
One team in the wood bat summer league features 11 local players and is coached by former Columbus High School coach Jeffrey Cook. Cook said the league is a way for incoming and current college players to face talented competition and for uncommitted players to earn college looks.
A leader on and off the field for the Jackets, Stone left the football team at Northeast Mississippi Community College to start his own sports video business.
Brandon Chrest's Hudl page is getting plenty of hits these days.
After spending four years at Baldwyn, 14 years at Hamilton, eight years at Hatley and three years at Columbus Christian, Walters' coaching journey isn't over yet.
The center midfielder took the next step in her soccer career Tuesday, but she won't be going far.
The MAIS said April 17 that it was still considering options to resume spring sports, but Tuesday's decision showed no such avenues were available.
Flake and the Patriots won the MAIS Class 3A championship over Wayne Academy in May 2019.
Altmyer's ball skills, shooting ability and work ethic stood out in his time with the Patriots, and he'll get the chance to further refine those qualities at the Division II level.
After winning two straight state championships and getting off to a scorching start to the year, Logan was disappointed to see things come to an end. But she's already preparing for 2021.
Starkville High School football coach Chris Jones was supposed to be getting a first look at the best offense the Yellow Jackets have had in his four years at the helm.
Players from Heritage Academy, Starkville Academy, Hebron Christian School and Oak Hill Academy all said they were happy for the MAIS' foray into Fortnite.
The Lowndes County School District will not renew Yates' contract, which is set to expire May 22.
A resumption in play would affect Heritage Academy, Columbus Christian Academy, Starkville Academy, Starkville Christian School, Oak Hill Academy and Hebron Christian School.
On Wednesday, when the MHSAA announced the cancellation of all spring sports and activities due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the Trojans had to come to terms with the fact that their standout season was over for good.
The decision came a day after Gov. Tate Reeves announced that all Mississippi public schools would be closed for the rest of the school year.
Griffin, who took over the boys and girls programs at Caledonia in May 2017, retired in March.
In a world that's suddenly become all the more uncertain, Columbus High School senior outfielder C'Asia Grayer secured her athletic future Monday as she signed with Holmes Community College.
"We just thought it would be a nice thing to do: give these people some hope and happiness and put a smile on their face," eighth grader Shep Donald said.