Sumrall’s Kros Sivley and Hayden Nored have been playing baseball together for most of their lives. Wednesday, both signed to play baseball at the next level - and rival schools - as Nored signed with Pearl River Community College and Sivley signed with Jones College.

ELLISVILLE – Jones College used a dominant first half performance to crush Pearl River 37-13 here Thursday night at Bobcat Stadium/Sim Cooley Field.

ELLISVILLE – The Jones College Bobcats scored two touchdowns in less than a minute late in the second quarter and went on to whip East Central 34-5 here on a pleasant Thursday night at Bobcat Stadium/Sim Cooley Field.

ELLISVILLE – Former Jones College guard Sayveon Bumpers as signed a scholarship to play college basketball at William Carey University this fall.

Charlotte, NC – Following the recommendations from the NJCAA Presidential Advisory Council and the NJCAA Board of Regents, the NJCAA has announced its adjusted plan of action for the upcoming 2020-21 academic year. Following the Board of Regents' vote on Monday, a majority of competition wil…

SENATOBIA – Trailing 17-14, the 10th-ranked Northwest Rangers scored 10 points in the fourth quarter and defeated No. 7 Jones College 24-17 here Saturday afternoon at Bobby Franklin Field in an MACJC semifinal matchup.

GOODMAN – It was a complete team effort for the 17th-ranked Jones College Bobcats here Thursday night at Ras Branch Stadium.

The eighth-year had its challenges. Twenty day ago – Saturday, July 7th – the 8th Annual Jason Campbell FCA Football Camp was put on hold due to rainy conditions. Thursday morning, under sunny skies and the late June heat, the football camp, featuring former Taylorsville, Auburn, and NFL qua…

Aside from casual games of pick-up basketball or 7-on-7 football, twins Natorian and Nataurean Watts have always played on the same sports team. From youth sports to Richton High School and Petal High School to now Jones College, the wide receivers have always donned the same uniform and alw…

A half-dozen knee injuries couldn’t stop four Oak Grove baseball players from taking their talents to the next level, as Kade Shannon (Jones College), Kris Jones (Pearl River), Nic Scucchi (Southwest Community College) and Alex Bolling (Southern University) signed letters of intent Wednesday. 

For the first time in seven years, Sacred Heart will have a new head football coach next season. Long-time coach Lonny Schraeder stepped down from the post a couple months back, but the Crusaders didn’t have to go far to find his replacement. Ed Smith, who served as an assistant coach the la…