Bay Springs head football coach Dan Brady will get one more chance this year to lead a team onto the field, and the seventh year Bulldogs’ skipper is just as excited as if it were the first game of the season. However, this time it won’t be Bay Springs he will be directing; it will be a grou…

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.

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:

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?

Join James Pugh and Kevan Lindsey on Episode 1 of Season 2 as they discuss the past week of crazy events in regards to sports and COVID-19.

After blowing by a good Puckett team Friday night to capture the Region 5-2A Tournament crown in Taylorsville, the Bay Springs Lady Bulldogs went right back to work Monday night in the first round of the MHSAA 2A South playoffs.

If anyone predicted Puckett as the best team in South 2A, they might have sorely missed the mark. Puckett was not the best team in Region 5-2A Friday night. The Lady Bulldogs bested the Lady Wolves 67-43 in the girls 5-2A championship game.

Let's face the truth. Taylorsville is a football school. Bay Springs is a basketball school, and every once in awhile the script gets flipped. The Tartars did just that in an important region win over the Bulldogs, 86-84.

Bay Springs girls are on a 14-game winning streak. The Lady Bulldogs have not lost a game since November 5, and that was to a much bigger Laurel team. Their only three losses are to Laurel, South Jones, and Meridian, and those were all by eight points or less.

The Bay Springs Lady Bulldogs had a great weekend during the Bay Springs Christmas Classic Tournament. After dismantling Scott Central, 51-30, Friday, head coach Nedra Hosey's girls were back in action Saturday evening, facing cross-county rival Heidelberg. The Bulldogs didn't miss a step an…

Heidelberg was on fire during the Bay Springs Christmas Classic Tournament this weekend. After handily defeating Newton, 57-32, Friday night, head coach Billy Wright's Oilers continued in dominating fashion Saturday evening with a 77-53 victory over tourney host Bay Springs.