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Devin Gilmore delivers a powerful dunk over a Hartfield defender.
Devin Gilmore delivers a powerful dunk over a Hartfield defender.
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 6:00 PM
CLINTON – The MAIS staged its Overall championship on Saturday afternoon at Mississippi College’s A.E. Wood Coliseum.

It quickly turned into the Devin Gilmore Show, though.
  • Father and son bond through weightlifting, prep for event
    A St. Joseph High School junior discovers a love for powerlifting that brings him even closer to his dad.

    Pat Frascogna, 54, and his only son, 17-year-old, Franco, do all the usual things a father and son do together with one exception; they are training for the competitive powerlifting circuit, too.  Pat was a competitive powerlifter some decades ago but, as he says, "the tyranny of life dictated my time be spent away from the weightroom".
  • Saint Joseph Catholic School seniors sign athletic scholarships on Wednesday
    MADISON  Saint Joseph Catholic School seniors Bergen Teeter and Nick Thompson signed scholarship offers today, National Signing Day, to continue playing sports on the community college and university level.

    Teeter will play volleyball next fall at Hannibal-LaGrange University in Hannibal, Mo., while Thompson signed to play football beginning next fall at Holmes Community College. Both were standout players during their high school playing career at Saint Joseph.
  • MADISON – The first thing one notices upon entering the lobby of MRA’s gymnasium is the trophy case filled with gold balls. Enter into the gym itself, and there’s championship banners galore. Step inside longtime coach Richard Duease’s office and there’s even more title paraphernalia and countless Coach of the Year plaques from year’s past.

    Yes, MRA’s dominance in boy’s basketball is real. All the trophies, banners and plaques are just further proof of that.
  • Equestrian Team at Mississippi College wraps up Fall 2016 season at Georgia tournament
    Mississippi College equestrian team riders finished the Fall season in style with an impressive showing at a recent Georgia tournament.

    Topping the highlight reel for the Blue & Gold was MC senior captain Maggie Waters. The Zanesville, Ohio rider and her horse earned a first-place ribbon in the category of open over the fences.
  • The late, immeasurably great Boo Ferriss could have become a Major League manager had he chosen that path. With his people skills and his baseball acumen, he surely would have been a splendid one.
  • Velma Jackson wins big
    CAMDEN — Velma Jackson kept a seven-game win streak alive this past Friday night after defeating the North Pontotoc Vikings 56-42 in the 3A state championship quarterfinal match.

    Falcons quarterback Antavious Willis scored the first touchdown of the matchup on a scramble from behind center. The Vikings answered to take it to 7-7 in what appeared like it would be a long night of back-and-forth.
  • Madison Central advances
    TUPELO — The Madison Central High School Jaguars ended Tupelo High’s perfect season last Friday in a 38-17 thumping to advance to the 6A state championship semifinals this week.

    Madison Central (10-3-1) will take on Clinton (12-1) this Friday in Clinton. Earlier this year in week six the Arrows beat the Jags 30-21.
  • Panthers claim title
    Canton Academy won its first state championship in 20 years last Thursday by defeating cross-county rival Tri-County Academy 21-7 in the MAIS A-AA state championship game.

    TCA played a hard-fought match while dealing with the loss of teammate Taylor Martin, the team’s starting center, who passed away in a vehicle accident two days before the title game.
  • You start a true freshman quarterback in college football, you can only guess what you will get.

    Ole Miss and Southern Miss both did it last Saturday with decidedly mixed results:
  • Canton Academy defeats Marshall to advance to State Championship against Tri-County
    Canton Academy defeated Marshall Academy by a score of 54-20 in the semi-final game on Friday night.  Marshall struck first and jumped up 13-0 but CA came storming back securing 5 turnovers  and taking control of the game by the middle of the 3rd quarter.  Patrick Sandridge intercepted two passes as did Keyshawn Clanton.  The defensive line put pressure on the Marshall quarterback all night resulting in several hurried throws which resulted in 4 interceptions and several incompletions. The defensive starting front 4 of Brett Lovelace, Bill Lavender, Joe Smith, and Nick Price were named Defensive Players of the Game.
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