Sacred Heart limped to Bay Springs short four players, including two starters, and Sylva-Bay took advantage in a nail-biter 46-45.
The Saints started slow but found their stride in the final half to send the Crusaders back to Hattiesburg with a loss. Senior Brice Johnson led all scorers with 27 points, with 21 in the second half. Junior Cord Blakeney chipped in 18 points for Sylva-Bay.
With emotions of fans and players running high on The Reservation Friday night, Hattiesburg was able to quell the excitement quickly as they took nearly half the quarter off the clock on their opening drive to score the game's first points.
The Sacred Heart Lady Crusaders wanted to make a statement that they were going nowhere despite falling in the State Championship last season.
New classifications and regions were set today by the MHSAA. See where football, basketball, soccer, and volleyball teams from the Jones, Jasper, and Smith County areas fell into place.
Week 2 of the MHSAA season will take place Friday night with several great games to be played. See who James Pugh and Kevan Lindsey predicted to win here.
Friday afternoon, Hattiesburg mayor Toby Barker penned a letter to the Laurel School staff to properly sanitize the famous "little brown jug" before handing it to Hattiesburg head coach Tony Vance. When the final whistle blew and several minutes of apparent sanitizing happened, Vance was abl…
Governor Tate Reeves announced that he is extending the social distancing measures under the Safe Return order, including the statewide mask mandate, and issuing crowd-size limitations on K-12 extracurricular activities in the state's ongoing fight to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Mississippi is weeks away from the start of the 2020 football season. Other sports are also preparing for the start of their seasons. With apprehension in the air and the fear-driven media outlets pushing against the re-opening of virtually anything, it is time to share some examples that Mi…
For TJ Hogan and Jeremiah Montgomery, they made their dreams a reality Thursday afternoon as they signed to further their basketball and academic careers signing to play at the collegiate level.
Three Forrest County Agricultural High School baseball players finally had their evening in the spotlight as Luke Odom, Blake Polk, and Ethan Watts signed to play on the diamond at the next level.
HATTIESBURG, MS—Presbyterian Christian School is excited to announce the hiring of a new volleyball coach, Coach Jesse Rechtien. The volleyball program at PCS has been a competitive, hard-working, focused team of athletes, and the search to find a person to match their level of skill and ten…
HATTIESBURG, MS—Presbyterian Christian School is proud to announce Ryan Reid as our new Head Men’s Track Coach and Junior Varsity Football Coach. Coach Reid will continue to serve as one of the PCS Secondary School Deans in addition to these new duties.
Gulfport Assistant Baseball Coach Colton Caver has been around the diamond for quite some time. As an assistant coach who also helped during summer league baseball time, he noticed most leagues falling by the wayside due to COVID-19. That is why he took initiative by founding the Deep South …
Upon the recommendations of the NFHS and MHSAA Sports Medicine Advisory Committees, the MHSAA Executive Committee voted to approve the following for the upcoming 2020-21 school year:
Presbyterian Christian was hopeful for a strong 2020 campaign with a senior-laden roster. Sitting at seven wins on the season, the Bobcats had tied their 2019 campaign win total and had eyes on competing in the district with strong arms and solid batting. However, a postponement to the seaso…
Sitting at 2-5 on the season, Forrest County Agricultural was dealing with early-season injuries, but head coach Gatlin Steelman was confident that his team was about to turn the corner with his guys back. Unfortunately, after a short practice, they found out that there would be a postponeme…
Petal appeared poised to make a run at the Region 5-6A District Championship in 2020 and a deep playoff run as they had rattled off seven-straight wins before splitting games between the Warriors from Oak Grove, but their season never returned after spring break. Still, head coach Shane Kell…
To say Sacred Heart baseball was off to a hot start might be an understatement. After 2019’s 8-12 campaign, the Crusaders were 9-1 overall before spring break in 2020. The baseball season was postponed, then ultimately canceled leaving many teams to wonder how their season would have gone.
The Executive Committee of the the Mississippi High School Activities Association voted Wednesday morning to cancel all sports and activities until the start of the 2020-21 academic year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Purvis will have a new face coaching the boy’s basketball team next season as Matthew Lofton who spent five seasons at Presbyterian Christian School as girls head basketball coach and 14 seasons total with the Bobcats made the move to take over as the head basketball coach for the boys baske…
Join James Pugh and Kevan Lindsey on Episode 3 of Season 2 as they discuss new updates on spring sports and talk with Fishing with Legends President and Founder Adam Brewer about his organization.
Many times when I scan across social media I see a recurring question pop up. It is a question that I enjoy pondering, so sometimes I give my input. Recently, it came across a friend’s timeline last week. What is the question?
While sports across the nation and most of the world have come to a screeching halt, one sport struck gold last Sunday with an unlikely, foreign event to many: esports.
Join James Pugh and Kevan Lindsey on Episode 2 of Season 2 as they discuss updates on spring sports and talk with West Jones assistant football and archery coach Koby Easterling about turkey hunting.
The Mississippi High School Activities Association handed down its ruling regarding spring athletics on Monday morning.
Through much of the contest, it looked as though a Logan Walters two-run home run in the bottom of the first inning would be the only score in the books, but a flurry of runs in the bottom of the sixth gave the Panthers a dominating 7-1 victory over rival Oak Grove on Thursday night.
A sloppy game featuring a first half that resembled a football game resulted in the North Forrest Eagles falling in the 2A semi-final game to Coahoma County 44-31.
Sacred Heart Lady Crusader basketball made history in the 2019-2020 season - their first Region Championship along with their first Elite Eight and Final Four appearance. In Jackson at “The Big House,” their historic run came to an end as they fell to Baldwyn 48-27, finishing 16-11 overall.