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Jake Reeves barrels his way through defenders.
Jake Reeves barrels his way through defenders.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017 6:00 PM
GALLMAN – The only thing missing from Jake Reeves’ final run here on Friday night was former ESPN broadcaster Chris Berman on the mic yelling, with enthusiasm, “He’s rumbling, bumbling, stumbling!”

Tired from a long, exhausting night at the office, Reeves somehow managed to stay on his feet and weave his way into the end zone on a scoring play covering 74 yards. While it wasn’t necessarily the most graceful run of his high school career
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • High school football roundup
    Germantown (1-3) dropped another loss to .500 Clinton 42-14 in Madison County on Friday night.

    Germantown managed two touchdowns in the third and fourth quarter after a 7-0 halftime deficit, but could not overcome 28 points the Arrows posted in the third quarter and a final touchdown in the fourth quarter.
  • Panthers charge to   45-14 win
    Canton Academy found their stride in week three posting a 45-14 win over Trinity Episcopal Day School (1-3) in Canton.

    Quarterback Kade Pigg and wide receiver Patrick Sandridge took turns hammering in touchdowns on the ground and leading the team to 546 total yards.

    Sandridge carried the bulk of the weight with 27 carries for 301 yards and three touchdowns. He recorded 58 yards for his longest run.
  • Pats overcome sluggish start, win 39-14
    MADISON – The halftime show was delayed Friday night as there were technical difficulties in getting the music to play through the sound system.

    It was only fitting on this night. MRA’s football team surprisingly experienced technical difficulties of its own for the better part of 2 ½ quarters.
  • EMPHIS – MRA was rocking and rolling early on Friday night here on the picturesque Briarcrest campus.

    The Saints, however, sent the Patriots home singing the blues.
  • Casey Smith named PGA General Manager at Reunion Golf & Country Club
    MADISON — Casey Smith has been named PGA General Manager of the Reunion Golf & Country Club. Smith will oversee management of Reunion’s Robert “Bob” Cupp designed golf course, as well as all club facilities. Come 2018 Smith will be responsible for the management of Reunion’s new $15 million, 30,000 sq. ft. Country club presently under construction. Casey comes to Reunion from the Tuscaloosa North River Yacht Club where he served as Director of Golf and Assistant General Manager. Casey is a graduate of the Professional Golf Management program at Mississippi State University.
  • High school football roundup
    Madison Central (2-0) rolled Ocean Springs (0-2) 35-13 on the road last week.

    The Jaguars' effort was relentless, going into halftime up 21-7. The Jags could not get much going in the air, but their ground game was more than enough to keep the Greyhounds at bay.
  • Rosa Scott Cheerleaders
    Rosa Scott Cheerleaders attended UCA camp this summer in Fort Morgan, Alabama where the won overall in Game Day, 2nd in game day cheer, 3rd in extreme routine, as well as spirit stick and 7 girls chosen for the All-American award.  Pictured from left to right on bottom are the All-Americans Layne Letchworth, Lexi Sanders, Olivia Johnson, Marley Stover, Lana Evans, Lauren Costanza, and Rhaly Milling. Back row left to right is Mary Addison Neelly, Alexis Derry, Bella Rogers, Mary Addison Gregory, Avery Millagan, Kellen Fairburn, Hailey Chase, Taylor Boyt, Payton Abner, Haley Cote, and Anna Kay Bumgarner.
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