A few minutes after the final horn sounds and the game is over Riverside girls basketball coach Denise Tyler takes her mind off coaching and back to parenting.
Walking the halls of O’Bannon High School you couldn’t mention girls basketball without thinking about head coach Lindsey Rucker.
Throughout the years Rucker has coached many different Lady Waves basketball teams.
After falling to rival Greenville Christian School last Thursday, the St. Joseph boys basketball team picked up two big wins the next two days.
The Fighting Irish beat Benton Academy 63-23 Friday night, and then turned around and defeated St. Aloysius 77-68 in the Red Carpet Classic tournament in Vicksburg,
The Greenville High School Hornets snapped a six game losing streak with an 83-67 win over cross town rival O’Bannon Greenwaves on Saturday.
HOLLANDALE — Perhaps it’s a relief.
The undefeated streak and the best ever start to a Leland High School basketball season is over.
It ended at 19 games after the Lady Cubs lost 59-53 at Coahoma County High School Friday night.
Now, the Lady Cubs can begin to put all their focus on winning the state championship.
My greatest athletic achievement did not come against another team or player. It was between myself and nature.
Simmons High School senior Jaleila Gadison, the Planters Bank Player of the Week, describes herself as a laid back and easy-going teenager. But, on the basketball court, Gadison is anything but easy going.
Greenville Christian guard Williette Kingdom jumped in front of a Lady Mavs pass made a steal and drew a foul with 1.9 seconds remaining in the game.
Ta’Bias Parks did not like being told he was supposed to play basketball when he was a young child. Parks, now a 6-foot-8 star on the O’Bannon High School basketball team, was an easy-going, fun-loving kid, but he still had a mind of his own. He believed he should spend his time on things he wanted to do.
Teenage boys slipped and fell into mud all day long during the St. Joseph Catholic Soccer Tournament Saturday. Most kicks were stopped immediately by pools of puddles. Water flew everywhere. It looked more like rugby than soccer.
In other words, the players had the time of their lives.