Sports

NW powerlifters finish third

Jamarlo Smith 1st, Garret Miles 2nd, and Ethan Copeland 2nd.

By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

Nanih Waiya’s Jamarlo Smith lifted a total of 990 pounds to take gold in the 165-pound class in the MHSAA Class 1A North State Powerlifting Meet held at Calhoun City last weekend.

As … Read more

Louisville looking for more consistency at the plate

By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

Charlie Smith has coached a few baseball games in his life and knows a little bit about dealing with high expectations and doing the little things right.

That’s why although he is pleased … Read more

Hampton delivers game-winning hit

By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

Former Nanih Waiya standout Fred Hampton laced a one-out single in the bottom of the 10th inning to lift Jackson State to a key 2-1 win over Southwestern Athletic Conference foe Alabama A&M … Read more

ECCC Tennis Teams topple Holmes

Winning ways continue for East Central Community College’s tennis squads following a pair of 8-1 victories over Holmes Community College last Wednesday on the Decatur campus.

In women’s singles, Hannah Peoples of Winston Academy defeated Anna Clair Shores, 6-0, 6-1; … Read more

ECCC Tennis squads Fall to Gulf Coast

Members of the 2014 women’s tennis team at East Central Community College in Decatur  and their respective hometowns include (kneeling, from left) Katlyn Patrick and Kristine Jenkins, both of Forest; Nan Hartness, Louisville; and Lauren Peterson, Forest; and (standing, from left) Hannah Peoples, Carthage; Alana Turner, Florence; and Amber Pierce and Hannah Smith, both of Madden. Dianne O’Neill serves as head coach. (EC Photo)

East Central Community College’s tennis squads dropped decisions to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College in matches held Friday, Feb. 28 in Wiggins.

The Warriors were edged … Read more