BAY SPRINGS —The Lady Saints are one game away from winning their first state championship in the more than 45 years they have been playing basketball.
The Generals were not going to let the cold temperatures or the muddy conditions prevent them from achieving their goal.
The Washington School boys soccer team advanced to Saturday’s MAIS Class 4A state championship game by defeating visiting St. Aloysius 4-2 in the state semifinals on Thursday.
BAY SPRINGS — Donnie Smith may be just a freshman, but he is already stepping up big on the biggest stage for the St. Joseph Catholic School boys basketball team.
Jeanne Anderson, one of the best players to ever wear a Honeybee uniform had her career come to an end Friday night when the Greenville High School girls basketball team fell 58-54 to South Panola in the consolation game of the MHSAA Region 3-6A Tournament at Starkville.
Greenville Christian School girls basketball coach Brother Sandifer has watched Tariyah Washington, the Planters Bank Player of the Week, grow right before his eyes.
A moment of brilliance on a pass from sophomore Noah Ashley to senior Caleb Janous sealed the victory for the Washington School boys soccer team Monday night.
For the second straight season, the St. Joseph Catholic School boys basketball team captured a regional state championship. Now, the Fighting Irish have their sites set on winning it all.
The Fighting Irish (17-4) defeated Discovery Christian 65-41 Saturday in the championship game of the MAIS Class 2A South State Tournament.
St. Joseph Catholic School girls basketball coach Suzette Suggs looked out onto the court with nothing but pride as she watched her Fighting Irish play their final moments of the season Thursday night in St. Joe’s 54-39 loss to Claiborne (La.) in the quarterfinals of the MAIS Class AA South State Tournament at Greenville Christian School.
Washington School boys basketball coach David Rounsavall is fiercely competitive, but he said he realized even before this season began that the success of his team would not be based on wins and losses.