The Washington School softball team is just two games into the young season, but already the Lady Generals are showing that they have the potential for a great season.
Sitting on my barstool at The Rack & Cue Monday evening after a grueling day of work at the Delta Democrat-Times, I was pondering what I would write for a column for our next edition.
Then a buddy of mine tapped me on the shoulder and pointed at a man playing billiards behind me.
The Greenville Public School board had to make this decision.
Once they decided a few weeks back that children at their schools would not be allowed to attend in-person algebra or biology classes because of COVID-19, there was no way they could, with a straight face, allow their children to be on the football field.
MADISON — Greenville resident Brother Sandifer had small expectations when he teed it up on the first hole July 17 at the Senior Trustmark Invitational Open at the Reunion Golf Course in Madison, but he stepped off the green on the 18th hole a day later and accepted the championship trophy.
The Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) and the Midsouth Association of Independent Schools (MAIS) have the exact same decision to make about whether or not high school sports should be played this fall.
But, it is almost bewildering to think that they could each reach a different conclusion.
As the Greenville Braves gathered to take photos with their rings as the state of Mississippi’s 11-12-year-old little league baseball, they had to endure a graybeard sitting on the bleachers at Maude Bryan Park bragging about his playing days.
Named after youth education advocate and founding of Calvary Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Leo S. Rounds, Rounds Park has provided one of the most complete community recreational experiences in Greenville for more 55 years.
Feel the Rush: With brother by his side, Simmons’ running back looks to have an even more dominant seasonBy DAVID W. HEALY,
David W. Healy
HOLLANDALE — Simmons High School running back Vontrez Rush won’t be able to sneak up on his opponents this upcoming football season, but he still expects to be an even better football player.
Mac Hamilton, of Greenville, won the Boys 16 division of the Oxford Summer Tennis Championship on Sunday, July 12. Hamilton, the #2 seed, defeated Davis Warrington of Oxford, Brayden Smith, of Hernando, and upset the #1 seed Charlie Fruge, of Oxford, 6-3, 6-2 in the championship match.