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Philadelphia's Ahyunte' Crosby (6) keeps his eyes on the Newton defense in this quarterback keeper.
Philadelphia's Ahyunte' Crosby (6) keeps his eyes on the Newton defense in this quarterback keeper.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 6:00 PM
The Philadelphia High School Tornadoes earned their first Region 4-2A victory when they battled past Newton High School 36-22 Friday night in prep football action.
  • The Neshoba Central Rockets overcame a two touchdown halftime deficit but fell victim to a late turnover that lifted the Canton High Tigers to a 42-41 victory Friday night in prep football action.
  • Local teams dominate in first round of slow-pitch softball playoffs
    All four teams in The Neshoba Democrat coverage area made it through the first round of the Mississippi High School Activities Association’s slow-pitch softball playoffs this past Saturday.
  • The Leake Academy Rebels scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to knock off Manchester 21-14 Friday night in prep football action.
  • The Choctaw Central Warriors battled hard before dropping a 47-27 decision to Morton Friday night in prep football action.
  • ECCC tries to rebound vs. Hinds CC
    DECATUR - The No. 17 ranked Jones County Junior College Bobcats converted two fumbles and a blocked kick into 21 points and an insurmountable halftime lead in coasting to a 49-7 win over the East Central Community College Warriors Thursday, Oct. 5, at Bobcat Stadium/Sim Cooley Field in Ellisville.
  • The Union Yellowjackets will face another tough Region 4-2A contest Thursday night when they host the undefeated Philadelphia Tornadoes in prep football action.
  • Local teams gearing up for slow-pitch playoffs
    The Mississippi High School Activities Association’s slow-pitch softball playoffs will start up Saturday, and three area teams will be looking to bring home championship gold.
  • Goldman answers Chattanooga challenge
      For most people, Sunday, Sept. 23, was a day of rest.
  • The 2017 fast-pitch softball season came to an end for the Leake Academy Lady Rebels Monday as they lost 4-3 to Bayou Academy in the final elimination game of the MISA State AAA tournament.
  • Gators prove too much for Rockets
    The Neshoba Central Rockets will try to get their second Region 2-5A victory Friday night when they visit the Canton Tigers in prep football action.
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