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Patrick White goes for the ball while fellow Patriots and Raiders collide.
Patrick White goes for the ball while fellow Patriots and Raiders collide.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 6:00 PM
MADISON – Midway through the fourth quarter here Friday night, MRA offensive line coach Kenny Williams turned to quarterback Pierce Smith, patted him on the shoulder, and said “It’s one of those nights.”
  • High school football roundup
    Madison Central (6-1) is running high after claiming their third district win in a 31-27 overtime victory over Warren Central in the Jungle.
  • Junior golfers triumph for Reunion Golf & Country Club in recent tournament
    The annual US Kids Golf Tournament held at the Pearl Municipal Golf Course saw Reunion Golf & Country Club Madison players winning four events, including Connor Gee Champion in the 13-14 year old age group; William Marshall, Champion in the 11year old age group; Wright Taylor, Champion in the 7 year old age group; and Brooks Hassell, Champion in the 6 year old and under age group.
  • Jackson Prep wins over rival JA 37-7
    Jackson Prep continues undefeated handing Jackson Academy their first loss in a 37-7 drubbing in the Brickyard.
  • High school football roundup
    Germantown won two games in a row bringing their season to .500 with a thorough 47-7 victory over Callaway (2-5,0-2) in Jackson for some Thursday night football action last week. The Mavs had a rocky start to their season, but have rolled undefeated in their first two district games.
  • BAY ST. LOUIS – MRA’s players stood along the Patriots’ sideline with arms locked here at St. Stanislaus Stadium in the waning seconds on Friday night. A few feet back, the MRA cheerleaders did the same. Fans from both sides were on their feet, nervously awaiting the pending outcome. Coaches fretted. The score was tied, and everybody, it seemed, was on edge – except for the one guy with all those eyes on him.
  • 12-Year-Old Will Hooks wins  tennis tournament
    Reunion resident Will Hooks, 12 years old, recently competed in two local USTA sanctioned tournaments. Under the coaching of Reunion Golf & Country Club’s Tennis Director of Tennis, Justyn Schelver, Will won the championship in the boys 14s division of the Central Mississippi Jr. State Championship. Hooks also won the feed-in consolation of the USTA National Level 3 tournament "Crossroads of the South." To date, Will has 142 USTA wins.
  • Tim Shramek’s Germantown Mavericks (2-3) put their season back on track with a 30-7 victory against winless Vicksburg last Friday in their first district game of the season. Vicksburg dropped their second district game of the season.
  • Madison Central loses in close one to Pearl
    Madison central (3-1) dropped their first game of the season by just a touchdown to undefeated Pearl.

    The Pirates snubbed the Jags in the air but senior running back Cameron White stood out with 15 carries, the longest of which was 49 yards, for a total of 91 yards and a touchdown.
  • Panthers best Rebels
    The Canton Academy Panthers brought their record to 2-2 by defeating the Rebels of Tri-County last Friday night.

    Canton Academy combined secured turnovers with a balanced offense along with a sound kicking game to take home the win.
  • Canton (4-1) continues to build momentum as they roll with a four game winning streak. Last week they traveled to Jackson to deliver struggling Winfield (1-3) a decisive 21-8 loss.

    Canton slowly put down three touchdowns over the course of the game, two of which came off the arms of quarterbacks, junior Jontarius Brown and sophomore Jacobian Morgan. Brown completed seven of 16 passes for 111 yards. Morgan completed on three of his 11 passes but netted 73 yards.
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