Category: Sports

Wildcats open Region 4-4A play with big win

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal One down, two to go. While the goal of the Louisville High School football is to win the Region 4-4A title and see how far it can go in the MHSAA Class 4A State…

Nanih Waiya picks up second softball win of season

By Rocky Higginbotham Winston County Journal Nanih Waiya jumped to a big lead and held off homestanding French Camp Academy for a 9-8 victory in slow-pitch softball action last Thursday, earning the Lady Warriors their second win of the season.…

Sports schedules

THURS, SEPT. 29 Prep Volleyball 6 p.m. — Starkville at Choctaw County Prep Softball TBA — Neshoba Central at West Lauderdale TBA — Philadelphia at Southeast Lauderdale 6 p.m. — Starkville at Louisville 6 p.m. — Eupora at East Webster…

Lady Wildcats clinch MHSAA 4A softball playoff berth

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Heading into their showdown at Kosciusko on Tuesday, the Lady Wildcats of Louisville High School knew what was on the line. While LHS has already earned a spot in the upcoming MHSAA Class 4A…

Noxapater falls to French Camp

By Robbie Robertson The Winston County Journal It was a case of too little, too late for the Noxapater Lady Tigers last week. The Lady Tigers spotted French Camp a 10-0 lead and scored eight runs in the bottom of…

Louisville opens Region 4-4A play

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal What lurks at the end of Louisville’s Region 4-4A schedule makes the next two weeks very important. The Wildcats, fresh off a 49-0 win over Amanda Elzy, are set to open region play on…

Lady Patriots fall just short of reaching AAA state tourney

By Ryan Satcher Winston County Journal The Winston Academy Lady Patriots came within one game of the state tournament but came up just a little short in their bid to advance in the North State AAA Tournament on Saturday. A…

Winston Academy Patriots open district play with loss

By Wendell Womack It’s hard to win when you have more yards in penalties than in rushing. It’s hard to win when you have more penalties than first downs. It’s hard to win when tempers flair and composure is lost.…

Warriors keep focused as they improve to 5-1 on the season

By Rocky Higginbotham Winston County Journal Nanih Waiya coach Ryan Keeton implored his team over the last couple of weeks to take every opponent seriously. To come out focused and ready to take control. To get off to the best…

Four NW cross-country athletes post top 20 finishes

By Rocky HIgginbotham Winston County Journal A quartet of competitors from Nanih Waiya notched top-20 finishes at the East Mississippi Classic cross-country event in Collinsville last weekend. In the second event of the fall for head coach Courtnee Graham’s squads,…