Greenville High School’s seniors (3-7) ended their home careers on a 42-14 losing note Friday night against conference 6A rival Clinton Arrows. Turnovers and slippery field conditions stopped numerus scoring opportunities for the Hornets.
The Greenville Christian Saints (4-5) football team finished its regular season on a winning note as they beat the Glenbrook Apaches 55-13 in a nonconference game Thursday night. Glenbrook falls to 6-3.
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In a blowout 55-20 homecoming win over the Bayou Academy Colts (1-8), the St. Joe Fighting Irish remained perfect at 9-0 Friday night. The win also extends the state’s longest current winning streak to 20 games.
AVON – With the expectation of a significant downpour on the game’s regularly scheduled night, Thursday night football in the Delta ended with a Coffeeville High School Pirates 30- 0 win over the host Riverside High School Bulldogs (2-5).
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The Washington School Generals (2-4) lost a physical contest Friday night at home against the Leake Academy Rebels 20-0.
The Greenville High Hornets (3-2) held on for dear life to claim a 14-9 victory Friday night versus the Murrah High Mustangs (1-4).
With the Mustangs threatening to win the game in the closing seconds, the Greenville High School defensive unit stuffed the final play in the backfield at their own nine-yard line.
One piece of advice when it comes to keeping up with intramural sports at the Greenville Parks and Recreation Department is: “don’t blink!”
With the fields at Wards Recreation Center just making a recovery from a 17-team men’s softball season, time has arrived for fall sports.
The Riverside Bulldogs (1-4) held off fellow Western Line School foe O’Bannon Greenwaves 22-20 in a seesaw gridiron affair Friday night.
Bulldogs junior Eric Kingdom scored on quarterback keeper with 3:21 remaining in the game. The two-point conversion was good and proved to be the margin of victory as Riverside led 22-20.