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Cade Shepard hands the ball off to Dalton Burgess.
Cade Shepard hands the ball off to Dalton Burgess.
Wednesday, September 21, 2016 6:00 PM

Canton (1-3) will be refreshed after a much needed week off, as they prepare to host winless Ridgeland Titans tomorrow night.

Canton’s last game was hard fought home non-district 26-22 loss to Leake Central.

Ridgeland is looking for answers of their own coming off a 43-18 home loss to Pearl.
  • This past Sunday wasn't that much different than most days here lately for Minnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier, the Fulton native and former Southern Miss baseball standout.

    Playing in New York, Dozier extended his hitting streak to 22 games, made an unassisted double play in the field – and lost. It is the story of this season – and really of Dozier's Major League career.
  • Canton Academy picks off Greenville Christian 35-0
    Canton Academy set a new school record for interceptions in a game with 7 interceptions on Friday night during its routing of Greenville Christian 35-0. Two of those interceptions went for touchdowns.  

    Three of the interceptions were made by Tink Ragsdale,  two by Keyshawn Clanton with one being returned 38 yards for a TD, one by Joseph McLean, and one by Nathan Earnhart which went 46 yards for a TD. 
  • Anthony Hart and the Jaguars are looking to shake off the oddity of last Friday’s 17-17 tie against West Monroe to get ready for possibly the best team they will play all year.

    Jags Head Coach Anthony Hart explained that before non region games, referees ask both coaches if they would like to play overtime to settle a tie. The decision must be unanimous.
  • Jackson prep bests MRA
    MADISON – Jerrion Ealy garners most of the headlines for top-ranked Jackson Prep.
       Don't sleep on Jacob Crawley, though.
       Crawley, the at-times overlooked "other" half of Prep's potent 1-2 punch, scampered for 187 yards and three touchdowns on Friday night to lead his team to a convincing 34-7 victory over No. 2 MRA before an overflow crowd at Patriot Field.
  • Canton Academy is pleased to announce its baseball stadium will be officially named Stuart Smith Stadium in a dedication ceremony to be held at the beginning of baseball season in 2017.
  • Canton Academy defeats Newton County 17-10
    Canton Academy won a hard-fought contest over 4th ranked Newton County Academy by a score of 17-10 on Friday night. The Panther defense continued to play well as it allowed only 10 points to a team that was averaging over 30 points per game.

    Joseph McLean and Brett Lovelace had 10 and 8 solo tackles respectively. Tink Ragesdale had 8 solo tackles, 2 pass breakups, and a key interception. As a result he was named Defensive Player of the Game.
  • This was September of 1971. Alabama had just unveiled a surprise Wishbone offense and stunned No. 3 Southern Cal at the Coliseum in Los Angeles, reversing a three-touchdown defeat the year before.

    Bear Bryant was back. What’s more, the Crimson Tide was to next play Southern Miss. I was an 18-year-old sports reporter for the Hattiesburg American, dispatched to Tuscaloosa to cover Bryant’s regular Tuesday press conference.
  • Jags prepping for West Monroe
    Madison Central brought their 2-2 season to .500 Thursday night with a tight 21-19 second-half comeback over South Panola in Batesville. They will prepare to face West Monroe this week, a vaunted opponent from across the river.
  • Lady Patriots blows out candles on Prep
    FLOWOOD – The MRA girls soccer team ate cupcakes at Wednesday’s practice to celebrate coach Lauren Stratton’s birthday.

    They waited a day later to present their gift to her – a hard-fought, tension-filled, plot-twisting 2-1 victory over three-time reigning champion Jackson Prep.
  • Patriots feast on turnovers
    MADISON – Have you ever been stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic, notice all the other lanes are moving so you change lanes only to have the cars in your new lane come to a dead halt? At a standstill, you notice every lane on the highway, including the one you just left, is now moving – except yours.

    Or waited in a checkout line at Walmart, change to another line because it appears to be quicker, only to have the lane you just left turn out to prove a faster checkout?
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