Mike Mohead just started playing quarterback three weeks ago, but the way he has been playing he appears more like a seasoned veteran.
One piece of advice when it comes to keeping up with intramural sports at the Greenville Parks and Recreation Department is: “don’t blink!”
With the fields at Wards Recreation Center just making a recovery from a 17-team men’s softball season, time has arrived for fall sports.
BATESVILLE — For the first time this season, the St. Joseph Catholic School football team needed their two superstars, Trey Benson and Dillon Johnson, to play a complete four quarter game last Friday in the Irish’s 60-40 victory over North Delta.
HOLLANDALE - The Simmons Blue Devils were on fire Friday night as they hosted the Ray Brooks Tigers, overwhelming them in a 40-14 win.
After the victory, Simmons head coach Timothy Johnson talked about the team’s preparation leading up to the game.
The Riverside Bulldogs (1-4) held off fellow Western Line School foe O’Bannon Greenwaves 22-20 in a seesaw gridiron affair Friday night.
Bulldogs junior Eric Kingdom scored on quarterback keeper with 3:21 remaining in the game. The two-point conversion was good and proved to be the margin of victory as Riverside led 22-20.
Devin McCray, the Planters Bank Player of the Week, uses something special to motivate himself every time he takes the field for the St. Joseph Catholic School football team.