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Ridgeland quarterback Zy McDonald (3) runs for his second touchdown against Terry.
Ridgeland quarterback Zy McDonald (3) runs for his second touchdown against Terry.
Wednesday, September 18, 2019 12:00 PM
The Ridgeland Titans got back to their winning ways with a 42-28 win over Terry to regain momentum headed into a bye week.
  • Roundup: Jaguars on the prowl, Canton moves to 4-0
    The Canton Tigers remain undefeated following a convincing 49-20 victory over Yazoo City Friday night on the road.
  • Madison-Ridgeland Academy whips Bayou 47-6
    CLEVELAND – Rayf Vinson is MRA’s version of the Swiss Army Knife. Outside of the offensive and defensive lines, he’s played just about every position there is to be played on the football field. So much so, it’s actually easier to name the positions the Patriots’ do-it-all junior hasn’t played throughout his career.
  • Sanderson farm tees off
    PGA pro KJ Chai and players Bobby Crowe, Steve Weathersby, and Mike Windham tee off hole #1 during the John Soules Foods Pro-Am held earlier this week as part of the Sanderson Farms Championship. 
  • Prep Roundup: Pearl proves too much for Ridgeland
    After back to back convincing wins to open the season, the Titans crashed back to earth with a blowout loss to the Pirates in Pearl.
  • MRA dominates Jackson Academy to move to 4-0
    With about five and a half minutes left before halftime, MRA quarterback Philip Short jogged over to the home sideline and shouted “Put the ball in my hands! Trust me!”
  • Robbie Webb Four Ball draws 275 players to Country Club of Canton
    Even though the heat index was close to 120 degrees, it is safe to say that none of these golfers would be deterred from their appointed 18 hole rounds.  Those were the circumstances surrounding some 212 golfers who tee’d off for the Country Club Of Canton’s 8th Annual Robbie Webb Memorial 4 Ball Tournament in August. The tournament attracted golfers from around the South. 
  • Mississippi Motion ’02 won the 16U Softball National Championship
    Mississippi Motion ’02 won the 16U Softball National Championship by winning the USSSA National Championship Tournament in Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
  • The Roundup: Titans win first two games of season
    Both the fans and Tri-County probably had no idea what they were in store for in Rayville, La. with a minute left in the third quarter when Cade Shepherd ran in a seven-yard touchdown that gave TCA the 40-22 lead going into the fourth quarter.
  • MRA moves to 3-0 with romp over Copiah Academy
    Justin Williams suffered a jaw injury in last week’s home opener and wasn’t sure if he was going to be able to play Friday night.
  • Patriots blow past Washington to stay unbeaten
    There’s been a lot of buzz around MRA in recent months about all the construction taking place on campus, but the Patriots’ football home opener was more about destruction. 
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