The Greenville High School Honeybees remained perfect at 19-0 with a 67-36 thrashing of the Clinton Lady Arrows Friday night.
The Deer Creek School boys basketball has won a bunch of close games this season where the Warriors made the key plays at the end; however, Friday night it was visiting Delta Academy who made the clutch plays down the stretch for a 60-54 victory.
Washington School was the place to be as the boys basketball team took on Bayou Academy Friday night. A great environment and lots of energy from the fans made the game exciting. The Generals would fall to the Colts, 67-59.
Jessica Calderon, the girls soccer coach at Greenville High School, grew up in an immigrant community in California. Her house was surrounded by orchards and immigrants. Her grandparents picked fruit, and so did her parents.
At one time in her life, Calderon thought she would do the same thing — and proudly.
Plaques and trophies adorn the hallways, a television is on mute while ESPN’s First Take is airing and the owner of the house proudly reminisces about her illustrious basketball coaching career.
The Greenville Parks and Recreation Department is starting the year off great. The department will take more than 20 kids to a Junior NBA event on January 19 in Memphis.
Basketball has been on everyone’s mind this month, and park commissioner Corey Holmes said the trip will be a great experience for the kids attending.
The conference game between the Riverside High School Bulldogs and the O’Bannon Greenwaves was a thriller. The final score was 60-57 in favor of Riverside.
Twenty-one of the 60 points the Bulldogs scored came from behind the three point line. Tuesday’s game was the first time the two teams meet this basketball season.
Coach Phillip Wasson, who led Washington School to state football championships in 2011 and 2015, is leaving Washington School to become the new football coach at Tri-County Academy in Flora.
Wasson coached the Generals for nine seasons and also served as the school's athletic director.
The All-Star statistics that Greenville High School basketball standout Clarkaju Warren has put up this season for the undefeated Honeybees (18-0) do not tell the whole story about what Warren means to her team.