On Friday night, the Tri-County Academy football team wrapped up their 2021 campaign by winning the school’s fifth state championship.
Ridgeland High School senior defensive end Creighton King said the best part of playing football for his school is his coaches treating him and his fellow players like family and putting them in the position to play their best and win.
Tri-County Academy senior middle linebacker Brayden Presley said he is determined to finish the season strong and keep playing his hardest.
MADISON — Both the boys and girls swim teams at Madison Central dominated the pool and took home the state title during the state championship swim meet recently in Tupelo.
The Tri-County Academy Lady Rebels softball team brought home the fourth state championship in program history after a five-year drought.
Canton Academy senior running back Marcus Goodloe said he and his teammates are making football more of a priority than any other season in the past.
Canton High School senior offensive guard Ephraim Hill said he not only wants to play on the offensive line in college football but he would like to make playing on the offensive line a career, too.
Jackson Prep senior receiver Garner Watkins said his favorite part of playing football is seeing all his teammates and getting to interact with them every day.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School senior tailback PJ Bryson said despite giving 100% effort for every season of football, he wants to push even harder for his last season, for himself, his fellow seniors and the rest of his team.
Madison Central High School senior tight end and football Team Captain Blake Gunter is committed to Tulane University not just for football, but also for the next chapter of his life.
GLUCKSTADT — Senior linebacker Devin Arrington said he considers his fellow Germantown High School football teammates to be a big family, and they are the reason he loves playing football for his school.
Velma Jackson High School senior Carsyn Day said the mentality of his team this year is at its highest and they have their eyes on the 2A State Championship.
Pictured, left to right, are (Back row) #60 Hayden Mize, #61 Trace Rowe, #66 Cole Farris, #72 Colt Woods, #74 Jackson Wells, #77 Nick Nelson, #80 Graham Kennedy, #84 Tripp Ca
Madison-Ridgeland Academy kicker Landon McGee said he has much to look forward to and a lot of expectations for his senior year with the Patriots this season.
Tri-County Academy’s first home game ended up with Tri-County being victorious with a score of 47-7.
The Germantown Mavericks hosted the Neshoba Central Rockets in two-quarter scrimmage last Friday night and fell to the Rockets 9-7 after snapping a punt attempt out of the end zone for a safety that accounted for the two-point loss.
With a new school year comes a great deal of change for the Canton Academy Panthers.
Registration is underway for the Madison Ridgeland Youth Club’s upcoming fall baseball and football leagues.
Madison-Ridgeland Academy’s John White unloads a pass last Friday night as the 2021 football season kicked off in Madison County with the MRA Patriots taking the field under the Friday night lights.
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