In a couple of months hundreds of NFL prospects will attend tryouts where they will be measured, timed, interviewed and taken through some of the most physically and mentally challenging drills of their lives.
The Leland High School girls basketball team came into Friday nights game against Riverside High School looking to make a statement, and they did just that.
In a game that was a match-up of two of the best teams in the Delta, the Lady Cubs remained undefeated with a dominating 64-31 victory.
The Greenville High School girls basketball team moved its record to 18-0 Friday night with an impressive 70-50 road victory over Warren Central.
Veteran Leland High School boys basketball coach Eugene Sanders has seen just about everything over the years, but he said he has not seen many finishes as wild as his team’s home game over Riverside High School Friday night.
Marquell Eichelberger gave his team 20 points, two assists, four rebounds, and two steals in the non conference basketball game against Canton Academy. Canton would take the win 55-49.
Greenville Christian hosted Canton Academy’s junior varsity and senior basketball teams Saturday.
Washington School boys basketball coach David Rounsavall knew going into the season that he had a talented roster capable of accomplishing big things. He also knew that during the season there would be games like Thursday nights.
Greenville High School boys basketball coach Delmar Sprouse said he feels blessed to have been able to coach Danny Washington over the last three seasons.
Washington, the Planters Bank Player of the Week, has been a coach’s dream.
Opponents of the Riverside Bulldogs football team over the past five years have noticed a shift in the climate and culture of the program. Prior to that time, district foes would probably quietly count a game against them as a win once schedules were revealed.
After his girls basketball team won all of its games last week at the Hattiesburg Holiday Tournament, Greenville girls basketball coach did some research and found out his hunch was right.
Off to a perfect 17-0 start, Lampkin’s Honeybees are off to the best ever start in program history.
HATTIESBURG — Washington School finished strong on the track on the final day of the MAIS Class 4A, Division II Championship, taking second place in the boy’s meet with 56-points combined over the two-day event on Saturday.