By Gene Phelps
MYRTLE - Ingomar needed a quarter or so to get their shots to fall, but the Falcons continued to crash the boards the effort paid off in their 83-55 win over Myrtle on Friday. Zach Shugars was instrumental in getting the offense airborne as he scored 11 points during the second quarter.
Coach Jonathan Ashley is hoping that his 2019-20 Ingomar Falcons will not be satisfied, but will cultivate a hunger for success that propelled his previous team to the state championship game in 2A.
The Ingomar Lady Falcons have enjoyed a huge amount of success for the past 5-6 years, but this year's version for the team will have Sanaa Finley as the lone veteran and a host of underclassmen looking to make a contribution on the hardwood.
CLINTON - Myrtle girls placed three runners in the top 13 and came away with second place in the 1A Girls State Cross Country Meet at Choctaw Trails in Clinton last Monday with 58 points.
The Mississippi High School Activities Association has rescheduled the 2A, 4A and 6A cross country championships that were set for Saturday and moved them to Wednesday, November 6. The events needed to be moved due to the excessive rains that fell on the course at Choctaw Trails in Clinton e…
The North Mississippi Challenge was held on Saturday, September 28 at Blue Mountain College cross country trails. Runners converged on the site from all across North Mississippi with local schools East Union, Myrtle, New Albany and Ingomar participating.
INGOMAR - Ingomar and Myrtle have had numerous meetings in a variety of sports, but Tuesday night was the first-ever meeting for a full scale volleyball match and the Lady Hawks came away with the 3-1 decision over Ingomar. Scores from the sets were 25-17, 22-25, 25-22 and 25-21.
BLUE MOUNTAIN - East Union took home the girls team trophy and New Albany claimed the boys team trophy at Thursday's Union County Cross Country Meet at Blue Mountain College.
Shirley Hall White helped to lay the foundation for what has become one of the most successful women’s basketball programs in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).
NEW ALBANY - All five Gazette area schools plus another 15 teams braved the oppressive heat on Thursday afternoon in the running of the Dawg Trails Cross Country Meet at BNA Bank Tennis Complex. Team winners were South Panola boys and Alcorn Central girls.
ELLISTOWN - East Union and Ingomar may be in their first year of volleyball, but the atmosphere at Tuesday's match could well have been one of a playoff as the Union County teams battled back and forth for five sets as East Union won a 3-2 decision. Scores for the five sets were 19-25, 25-12…
INGOMAR - The Lady Falcons of Ingomar started slowly against Walnut in Tuesday's volleyball match, but came back in the second and third matches to play competitive with a more experienced Lady Wildcat team.
Volleyball season officially began for New Albany plus three Union County schools on Saturday with the annual Bulldog Bash at Memorial Gym in New Albany. Nine matches showcased several experienced programs that faced off against each other plus four teams that played their first-ever match.
New Albany Volleyball coach Jennifer Connolly and the Lady Bulldogs will host the annual Bulldog Bash on Saturday, August 3. This will be the first appearance for Connolly as New Albany coach plus it will mark the first appearance on the courts for East Union, Ingomar and Myrtle as they begi…
Here's our second installation of Top Shots from the past as we go back to the fall of 1994 with most of the photos coming from the month of September. We only had one football team and five slowpitch softball teams as far as fall sports. We trust you will enjoy these photos and if you see y…
Here's a look back to the spring of 1999 as New Albany Lady Bulldogs won the state championship in fastpitch softball plus photos from our four county schools ranging from baseball to golf.
Several Union County girls attended the Blue Mountain College volleyball camp recently that was conducted at Ripley High School by BMC Coach Reid Gann and his staffers. Listed below are the camp attendees by school.