Sports

Wildcats gets jump start on race for playoffs

By Austin Bishop The Winston County Journal Sometimes a split can make a baseball coach very happy. You can certainly put Louisville head baseball coach Hayden Cox in that category after his Wildcats took one of two games against division…

Cats and Lady Wildcats planning a great season

‘Cats looking to gain needed experience as season progresses By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal His team’s 3-3 start is really not worrying Louisville High School head baseball coach Hayden Cox that much. He knows his team is still working…

Nanih Waiya wins first 5 games of season

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Anybody looking at the scoreboard of any of Nanih Waiya’s first five baseball games this season clearly understands the Warriors can score some runs. And while NW can certainly hit, head coach Tyler Rogers…

Experienced Lady Tigers jump out to 2-1 start

By Austin BIshop Winston County Journal Veteran fast-pitch softball coach Jodie Duran is looking for a little something special out of her Noxapater team this season. “We seem to be pretty experienced,” she said. “We are returning eight seniors and…

Sports Schedule

MARCH 7 Prep Baseball 4 p.m. — Immanuel Christian at Winston (DH) Prep Softball 4 p.m. — Ethel at Weir 6 p.m. — Choctaw Central at Nanih Waiya 6 p.m. — South Pontotoc at East Webster 6 p.m. — Eupora…

Wildcats place 3rd in district meet

From press reports Congratulations to the Wildcat Power Lifting Team for placing 3rd in their district meet held in Calidonia last week. The power lifting team broke 6 region 3-4A District records and advanced 6 team members to the North…

Defense holds key for young Noxapater Tigers

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal First-year Noxapater High School head baseball coach Casey Orr is expecting a lot of low-scoring games for his Tigers this year. At least that’s what he’s hoping for. “We are going to have to…

Warriors trying to keep baseball machine well-tuned

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal History shows that often times dynasties implode from within. That’s something Nanih Waiya head baseball coach Tyler Rogers is trying to make sure doesn’t happen with his Warriors. “I’ve been watching out for that,…