One day, hopefully soon, when this coronavirus pandemic is over, and we return to our new normal, I hope we remember just how valuable those people are in our community who are still working to provide us with our daily needs.
At the height of Benoit native Martavis Moore football career, he had interest from several different NFL teams after completing his collegiate days at Mississippi Delta Community College and the University of Central Arkansas.
It has been 22 years since former Delta Democrat-Times sports editor Mitch Ariff passed away, but his memory and legacy is still going strong.
Ever since I came to the DD-T almost two years ago, Mitch’s name has come up every so often. Whenever it has, he is always spoken of in the highest regard.
STARKVILLE – Based on the latest developments and potential impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Southeastern Conference announced Thursday the suspension of regular-season competition for teams in all sports on SEC campuses, as well as SEC championship events, until March 30.
The Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) released a press release saying they currently have no immediate plans to restrict high school activities because of the coronavirus situation, but that they are closely monitoring the situation.
It may not be as prestigious as the Ryder Cup, but the 2020 Muni-Cup is coming back to the Greenville Municipal Golf Course on March 21 and March 22, and golfers competing in the annual event are sure to have a whole lot of fun.
AVON — Now in his 18th spring coaching high school baseball, Boo Ellis has been through this before.
Ellis, the coach at Riverside High School, has won 326 baseball games as a head coach. This season will be one of the year’s he has a young and inexperienced team, meaning he will have to show lots of patience.
Riverside High School softball coach Brad Andrews will rely heavily this season on an eighth grade and a ninth grade pitcher, but the Bulldog coach still has high expectations for his team.
The success for the Greenville High School baseball program is happening not just on the field.
On Wednesday, senior infielder Aaron Coats became the third Hornet player to sign a baseball scholarship in the last few months.
After helping lead the Simmons High School girls basketball team to the MHSAA Class 1A quarterfinals, Devilette sophomore Taylor Lucas-Howard has been named the Planters Bank Player of the Week.