Hunter Robinson had been waiting on this day for years. Tuesday afternoon, it was official. Robinson signed to further his baseball career to the collegiate level when he signed to play for Pearl River Community College.

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.

Below are high school scores from across the state. 

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…

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:

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…

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.

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.

Austin Swartz has been playing the sport he loves for over a decade. From peewee football until his senior season at lineman for the Purvis Tornadoes. On signing day, Swartz made it official to keep playing the sport he loves as he signed to Pearl River Community College.

Senior Night for the Purvis Lady Tornadoes became a historic night for one senior as Karson Suire scored her 1,000th point on Purvis’ way to a 44-37 victory over Forrest County Agricultural. Suire finished with 11 points on the evening. Head coach Michael Thornton was proud of his senior gua…