The Greenville High School baseball team may have had its season come to an end last month because of the coronavirus, but players on the Hornets are still reaping the rewards from all the hard work they put in over the last few seasons.
Life is more important than sports.
This is the message O’Bannon High School track coach Charles Moore has been conveying to his athletes once it became clear that this year’s high school spring sports season would not be completed.
Greenville High School’s Jeanee Anderson recently signed a scholarship to play basketball at Coahoma County Community College. Anderson’s signing should have been celebrated with her friends, teammates and coaches inside of her school’s library.
Dillon Johnson is training his best every day in preparation to play football at Mississippi State University this fall. It is all he can control.
The Greenville Municipal Golf Course opened back up to the public on Thursday, but not after new guidelines were implemented to help prevent golfers from possibly contracting the coranavirus.
Due to the caronavirus crisis, Jeremy Packer, the recently named new head football coach at Simmons High School, has not even met his players yet.
But, he said he is hoping that once he meets them sometime this summer, his players will use the current situation to learn a lesson about life.
AVON — When Jaycee Holeman ran onto the softball field a few weeks ago with her Riverside High School teammates, it was a moment she said she will never forget.
Ever since Eli Fratesi, the Planters Bank Player of the Week, put on a Washington School uniform, he has always played with a fearless mentality.
“Even as an eighth grader, he was never scared, and the moment was never too big for him,” Washington School coach Hunter Palasini said.