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.

Sylva-Bay traveled up highway 15 a day earlier than expected to face an old rival, Newton County Academy. Normally, this game produces some major fireworks, but the Saints jumped on the Generals and never let off the gas. Freshman quarterback Jacob Bowen struck pay dirt first with a six-yard…

Sylva Bay's first game out of the gate started promising as a blocked field goal kept the Brookhaven Academy Cougars off the board and a first-drive touchdown gave them an early lead, however, Brookhaven Academy responded with 28-straight first-half points to stifle any Saints momentum movin…

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.

Despite Corona and all the 2020 craziness, MAIS fastpitch is going strong. The Sylva-Bay Saints are 3-3 under first-year head coach Tanner Ford. Ford is excited about coaching the Saints and had this to say about his new school, "The past two nights at home have been a really good atmosphere…

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.

Sacred Heart as a small private school is creeping into the playoff picture with some winning momentum and a new coach that is accustomed to winning, Matt O'Keefe. O'Keefe filled an unexpected coaching vacancy at Sacred Heart and has the Crusaders pointed in the right direction.

Sylva-Bay had a five-point lead at intermission over Lamar School Thursday night at home. The Saints let Lamar bite into that lead through the third period and eventually gave it up in the fourth, dropping the contest to the Raiders, 55-51.