Greenville resident Michael A. Kelly has spent a good part of the last 40 years taking pictures of Delta wildlife. Kelly floats down the Mississippi River and other local tributaries in his small paddle boat for many of his pictures.
Jequann Roberson, the Planters Bank Player of the Week, had a life experience last year that few high school athletes will ever know. Now, he is hoping to use that experience to help him grow as a person and a basketball player.
St. Joseph Catholic School head football coach John Baker, the Delta Democrat-Times Football Coach of the Year, led the Fighting Irish to a 13-0 record and their third straight MAIS State Championship this season.
Deer Creek School’s Hunter Sims fractured his shoulder blade in his team’s third game of the season, but Sims’ hard work and determination helped him come back just three games later to help his Warrior team capture a winning season.
Errick SImmons Jr., the Delta Democrat-Times’ Offensive Player of the Year, was a playmaker all season long for the Greenville High School football team.
Greenville High School junior Jakayla Williams, the Planters Bank Player of the Week, had an opportunity during the offseason and has made the most of it.
Williams was already an outstanding shooter as a sophomore, but this summer she worked hard on all parts of her game to become a complete player.
On a cloudy mild November day in Jackson last Friday, Dillon Johnson and Trey Benson played the last games of their careers for the St. Joseph Catholic School Fighting Irish.
The St. Joseph Catholic School football team has a number of reasons to be confident as the Fighting Irish head into Friday’s MAIS Class 3A State Championship game against Indianola Academy. Kickoff is scheduled for 3 p.m. at Jackson Academy.