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Brice Wilkinson
Brice Wilkinson
Wednesday, May 16, 2018 12:00 PM
PERKINSTON — Mississippi Gulf Coast’s Brice Wilkinson has been named a finalist for the Jack Nicklaus Award presented by Barbasol.
  • Five finalists vie for Ferriss Trophy
    JACKSON – Southern Miss third baseman Luke Reynolds (Forest, Miss.) and Golden Eagle right-handed pitcher Nick Sandlin (Evans, Ga.) collected two of the five finalist spots for the 2018 C Spire Ferriss Trophy, which goes to the most outstanding college baseball player in the state in an announcement made Monday morning.
  • R’land seeks Miracle League players
    Ridgeland Recreation & Parks, in partnership with the Miracle League of Central Mississippi, is currently taking registrations for the inaugural season of Miracle League baseball in Ridgeland. The league is designed for anyone who has developmental and/or physical challenges that prevent them from playing in a mainstream league. A Miracle League Field will be in use for the games. Volunteer buddies will assist the players as needed.
  • Germantown High School’s Shooting Team competed in the Marine Corps National Championship in Ala.
    Germantown High School’s Shooting Team competed in the Marine Corps National Championship in Anniston, Alabama. The team placed 13th in the nation. Out of thousands of shooters, Gabby Lazarou (right) placed 10th in the nation and J.D. Harrill (left) placed 30th. Gabby was invited to compete in the National Finals at Camp Perry, Ohio.
  • Weatherspoon brothers at awards event

    Mississippi State University head basketball coach Ben Howland poses with Madison County brothers Quinndary Weatherspoon and Nick Weatherspoon during the C Spire Gillom, Howell Trophies award ceremony.

  • Canton High School Signees
    Canton High School wide receiver Antoine Robinson (far left) and defensive back Zahlyn McGruder (left) received full scholarships as they signed their letters of intent to continue their education and continue playing the sport they love.
  • Four Co-Lin baseball players ink with four-year schools
    Four Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wolves signed with four-year schools on Wednesday to continue their baseball careers after their time in Wesson. Anthony Clapp, Christian Day, Hayden White, and Justin Hutton are all early signers and still have the 2018 season at Co-Lin.
  • Tri-County Academy loses in state championship game to St. Joseph-Greenville 44-14
    Tri-County Academy dropped their third straight visit to the final game posting a 44-14 loss to the St. Joseph Greenville Fighting Irish (12-2,2-1) at Jackson Academy last Thursday evening.
  • Jackson Prep made Mississippi High School football history Friday night by ending an undefeated season with their sixth straight state championship in a crushing 38-3 defeat of Parklane (10-4) at Mississippi College.
  • Tri-County heading to championship
    Tri-County Academy (9-4,1-2) survived another week with a decisive 36-26 victory over Prairie View Academy (9-4,1-1), which has earned them a trip to the championship game against St Joseph (11-2,2-1) Greenville today (Thursday.)
  • TCA shooting team members qualify
    In 2015 the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks started the Mississippi Scholastic Shooting Program. This program promotes the youth of today to be the hunters of tomorrow by competing in 3 areas of shotgun events.  Young men and women compete in Sporting Clay, Skeet, and Trap events.  The sport and program are continuing to grow. In 2016 there were seven schools with approximately 100 students participating in the program and now there are ten schools with over 155 students competing.
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