Hatley post player Taylor Andrews becomes the third player from Monroe County and from Division 4-3A to sign with Mississippi Delta Community College basketball as she signed her letter of intent on Thursday morning.
HAMILTON – The Hamilton Lady Lions couldn’t get the bats going last Tuesday night against Houlka, but Anna Claire Stahl and her defense did the work, shutting out the Lady Cats 7-0 in division play.
The Hamilton and Hatley track teams picked up first place finishes at the Winston Academy Invitational on Wednesday, while the Amory track team was able to grab some first place finishes at the Oxford Eagles Invitational.
SMITHVILLE – The Smithville Lady Noles made their 12th straight division title official with wins over West Union last Tuesday night and TCPS on Friday night.
HATLEY – The Hatley Tigers grabbed the lead in the bottom of the second inning and held their rival Smithville to just one run over the final five innings on their way to grabbing the 9-4 victory on Saturday afternoon.
The Nettleton Lady Tigers turned their playoff hopes around and played the spoiler last Tuesday night, handing previously unbeaten Houston its first loss of the season in a 4-1 Division 4-3A victory.
SMITHVILLE – The Smithville Seminoles were in control last Tuesday night as ace pitcher Jared Johnson recorded 10 strikeouts in a 5-0 shutout win over the Division 4-1A rival TCPS Eagles.
AMORY – Trailing by ten runs late in the game, the Amory Lady Panthers had a never-say-die attitude and forced extra innings against division foe Caledonia on Wednesday afternoon.
Mississippi Delta Community College basketball is getting another Nettleton Lady Tiger as Sharnec Mosely joins teammate Macy McMillan as she signed her letter of intent on Thursday afternoon.
HAMILTON – In a back-and-forth county game between two county rivals, the Hamilton Lady Lions scored three runs in the final two innings to take the 7-5 win over Hatley last Monday night.
NETTLETON – The Amory Lady Panthers offense picked a good time to come alive. After being down 5-1 after three innings, they put up 12 runs in the top of the fourth to secure an 18-6 win over the Nettleton Lady Tigers on Friday night.
NETTLETON – Runs weren’t plentiful on Saturday afternoon as Nettleton’s Davis Oswalt and Amory’s Davis Helton met in a pitcher’s duel.
SMITHVILLE – The Smithville Seminoles didn’t have their strongest day at the plate on Friday night, but still came away with an 11-1 win over Tremont to stay perfect in Division 4-1A play.
COLUMBUS – The Hamilton Lions picked up a 10-0 Division 6-1A win over the West Lowndes Panthers on Friday night, thanks to an all-around performance from senior Gabe Burcham.
The Smithville Lady Noles found their offense clicking late in the game, scoring 11 runs in the final three innings of a 13-2 victory over New Site on Friday night.
AMORY – The Amory Panthers’ tennis team picked up a pair of division wins last week on Thursday against Shannon and last Tuesday against Itawamba AHS.
HAMILTON – The Hamilton Lady Lions and the Tupelo Lady Wave went toe to toe for the first four innings until Tupelo took the lead in the top of the fifth and scored some insurance runs late to hand the Lady Lions the 7-3 loss on Thursday night.
Any of you who follow me on social media (or talk to me for longer than about five minutes) know exactly what it is that I love most: St. Louis Cardinals baseball.
The Amory Christian Academy Lions have won back-to-back state championships, defeating Emmanuel Christian 94-76 on Saturday afternoon to claim the 2019 Independent Christian School Association state title.
AMORY – The Amory Lady Panthers left no doubt last Tuesday in their Division 2-4A contest against Shannon, scoring 19 runs in the first inning on their way to a quick 22-0 victory.
HAMILTON – Members of the Clark Family, a group deeply rooted in gospel music and the community, congratulated the Hamilton High School girls basketball team March 27 for its run at the Class 1A girls state semifinals in March. The team was treated to a meal at T.A.G.S. Surf and Turf, words …
HATLEY – The Hatley Lady Tigers rallied on Saturday afternoon, winning their final two games to take home their second Monroe County Tournament in a row.
AMORY – The Amory Panthers came storming out of the gate, getting two early runs, but after falling behind, timely hitting and good luck helped secure a 4-3 extra inning Division 4-3A win over the Mooreville Troopers on Friday night.
The Amory, Aberdeen and Hatley track teams all competed in Saturday’s Daily Journal Relays at Tupelo High School, and all three picked up first-place finishes.
SMITHVILLE – The Smithville Lady Noles were firing on all cylinders last Tuesday night. A complete game shutout from Tristin Price, along with back-to-back home runs helped secure an easy 11-0 Division 4-1A win over the Houlka Lady Wildcats.
The Nettleton girls and the Amory boys golf teams picked up wins on Thursday at the Monroe County Golf Tournament held at River Birch.
NETTLETON – The Hamilton Lady Lions got their offense working early, rolling out to a 4-0 early lead on the way to claiming a 9-5 victory over Nettleton on Monday night.
NETTLETON – The Nettleton Tigers never could find their offensive spark on Saturday afternoon and saw visiting New Site come in with a couple of big innings to grab a 9-3 win.
INGOMAR – Playing in just their third game of the season, the Smithville Seminoles picked up their first win of the season over the Bruce Trojans on Friday afternoon at the Ingomar Tournament.
Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks (MDWFP) fisheries biologists expect another good year for anglers in Northeast Mississippi.
In the Division 4-3A openers for both teams, the Hatley Tigers and the Nettleton Tigers split on the week with Nettleton holding off Hatley for the 7-6 win last Tuesday, and Hatley jumping out to an early lead in their 7-2 win on Thursday.
HAMILTON – The Hamilton Lady Lions found their offensive mojo late in the game and capitalized on a strong pitching performance from Anna Claire Stahl to pick up a 10-5 victory in their home opener on Thursday night.
AMORY – The Amory Panthers fought through the injury and sickness bug on Wednesday afternoon and started out division play on the right note, holding off Itawamba AHS in a 6-4 victory.
SMITHVILLE – Not very often does a coach get to the 700-win mark. Smithville head coach Jeremy Duke joined the 700-win club with a 5-3 win over the New Albany Lady Bulldogs on a cold, windy night last Tuesday night.
The Amory track team picked up five first-place finishes on Thursday afternoon at its second meet of the season at the New Albany Invitational.
NETTLETON – The Nettleton Lady Tigers found their offense over the final two innings, scoring eight runs in the fifth and sixth innings for an 11-4 win over Hamilton to open their tournament on Saturday morning.
AMORY – The Smithville Seminoles got a strong pitching performance from their ace, Jared Johnson, in their official season-opener in the final game of the Amory Tournament on Saturday night but saw their early lead evaporate as Tishomingo County rallied for a 3-2 win.
ABERDEEN – People may pre-register online to run or walk for a cause meant to improve children’s vision through the SeeSmart Scenic 5K. The event, being held April 6 at Blue Bluff, benefits the Monroe County Children’s Vision Center.