GREENVILLE -- The Starkville High School football team picked up its fourth straight victory of the season Friday, besting Greenville 49-26.
Only a few weeks ago, the Columbus High School football team was looking for its first milestone of the 2019 season: a victory.
Jherquaveus Sanders caught a fourth-quarter touchdown and threw another, West Lowndes' defense came up with big stops in big spots, and the Panthers beat second-ranked Smithville (5-2) on Friday.
You wouldn't think Heritage Academy football coach Sean Harrison would have much to complain about in the midst of his team's undefeated season.
CALEDONIA -- As soon as the final point dropped right in front of New Hope's Daylyn Nettles, just over the net on the Trojans' side of the court, Caledonia's Tori Brooks grabbed a hold of Ella Clark and Camryn Johnson, the two closest teammates to her.
SALTILLO -- Braylen Miller scored twice, Antwaan Roland scored once, and New Hope (3-5) eked out a 19-16 road win over Saltillo (1-7) on Thursday with a last-minute touchdown.
CORINTH -- Noxubee County fell to 4-4 on the season with a 51-14 road loss to Corinth (6-1) on Thursday.
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Noxubee County's game at Corinth was also moved to Thursday because of weather concerns.
The Panthers (6-1) can help themselves secure a playoff spot if they can notch a win over the Seminoles (5-1), the No. 2 team in Class 1A, in Friday's home game.
While Starkville's offense is littered with weapons, it's Harvey who drives the ship. A three-year starter, he plays everywhere from wide receiver to running back to wildcat quarterback.
A 14-7 Falcons lead in Tuesday's decisive third game became a 19-14 Golden Wave lead in the span of just two innings.
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STARKVILLE -- During the bus ride back from a tournament in Clinton over the weekend, Starkville volleyball coach Sierra Horel called a team meeting.
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The Falcons beat won 8-5 and 9-6 to clinch the best-of-three series that was played on Columbus' home field.
The latest exhibit for West Point's consistency was at home against Saltillo on Friday night, when the Green Wave turned in an efficient and explosive night on each side of the ball.
Crushing penalties, too-predictable play-calling and strong defense by the Mustangs effectively shut down the Falcons' offense.
STARKVILLE -- Starkville High School's first quarter Friday couldn't have been more efficient from an offensive standpoint.
Expectations are rising with every win for top-ranked Heritage Academy. The Patriots are undefeated with seven wins in as many weeks, and they want to stay that way.
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