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The Hamilton Lions probably wouldn’t have played a spring football game, but second-year coach Wade Pierce was still looking forward to getting his team together to answer some questions that he had going into the upcoming season.

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In a normal year Nettleton coach John Keith, despite being hired to take over as head coach of the Tigers in April, would have had several weeks of practice and maybe a spring game to be able to get a jump start with his new team.

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The Hamilton Lions had deep playoff runs the last two seasons, and despite early struggles during the abbreviated 2020 season, both outgoing coach Lewis Earnest and new head coach Dallas Flippo felt the team was going to turn it around for another playoff push.

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Itawamba Community College has extended the deadline for video auditions for Indianettes and Color Guard to May 16 due to responses received about circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 virus and potential technical difficulties that come with submitting video auditions, according to Ryan To…

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AMORY – The NFL’s latest No. 1 overall draft pick and first athlete in sports history to be chosen in a virtual draft has an Amory connection as former LSU quarterback Joe Burrow was picked overall by the Cincinnati Bengals Thursday night.

When this pandemic, quarantine, shutdown or whatever we want to call it hit a few weeks ago and I realized we were going to be without games for the foreseeable future, I hit panic mode briefly and wondered, what kind of sports are we going to have to write about?

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AMORY – Former Amory resident Charles Harris is chasing notoriety with the International Boxing Foundation while being a positive influence for youth. He lived in Amory from 2015 to 2016 and has relatives still living there cheering him along the way.