Greenville Christian School girls basketball coach Brother Sandifer has watched Tariyah Washington, the Planters Bank Player of the Week, grow right before his eyes.
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BAY SPRINGS — The Greenville Christian School girls basketball team defeated Hebron Christian 71-35 Tuesday to advance to the semifinals of the MAIS Class 2A State Basketball Tournament at Sylva-Bay Academy.
The Lady Saints jumped out to a 38-20 halftime lead and never let up.
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.
Whatever you do, don’t feed the plant!
Less than a week away from opening night, “Little Shop of Horrors” presented by Delta Center Stage (DCS) is set to debut at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Jake and Freda Stein Hall at E.E. Bass Cultural Arts Center, 323 S. Main St.
The Greenville Park Commission's 11-and-under team, coached by Rodney Quinn, competed in the 2020 Junior NBA MLK 3-on-3 tourney in Memphis, Tennessee. The team went undefeated throughout pool play and playoff rounds. They then went on to compete in the championship game and were victorious.
A Charter and Ordinance Committee meeting was held Monday morning at Greenville City Hall to discuss painting permits for the historic building district and privilege licenses.
The St. Joseph Catholic School junior varsity basketball team finished with a perfect 15-0 record this season.
The Fighting Irish capped off their season with a 52-10 victory over Greenville Christian Saturday at their District 4-AA Tournament at Manchester Academy.
“It was the game we were looking for,” said O’Bannon High School boys basketball coach Torrione Carter after his team’s thrilling 61-59 road victory at Greenville High School Saturday night.
As many still grieve the loss of the Gamble Brothers & Archer Clinic that was destroyed in a recent fire, Dr. Robert Suares said they are taking the steps to moving forward.
Sometime since Thursday of last week, vandals got on to the property at Warfield Point Park and caused an estimated $30,000 in damage to the electrical system.
“It looks like a clean cut,” Donald Davis, building and grounds director at Warfield Point Park, said. “They looked to be stealing copper.”