Sports

Meet the Wildcats

The Louisville High School Wildcats held a successful Meet the Wildcats night recently and held a midnight scrimmage to practice the offense and defense. A good size crowd of loyal LHS fans turned out for the event.… Read more

Local participates in Ladies Football event at MSU

Coach Mullen with Fulton during the clinic.

From staff reports

 

Mississippi State head football coach Dan Mullen and his staff hosted the 2013 Ladies Football Clinic on Saturday, July 20, and about 100 attended.

Among those attending was Winston County’s Bonnie Fulton. She noted that the … Read more

Midnight football set for LHS this Friday night

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal

 

The Louisville High School football team will be hosting its own brand of midnight madness this Friday at R.E. Hinze Stadium.

Beginning at 10:30 all of the fall sports teams will be … Read more

WA attend cheer camp

WA Varsity cheerleaders

The Varsity Cheerleader squad at Winston Academy recentely attended camp at Mississippi State University.

They received all Superior ribbons, a trophey for all Superior, and a first place trophy in their Home Pom dance routine.

Members of the Varsity squad … Read more

Gridiron Gold to premiere

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal

 

A much-anticipated documentary about high school football in Mississippi is set to premiere next week, with two showings each set for Monday and Tuesday at the Hollywood Premiere Cinema in Starkville.

Mississippi … Read more

ECCC Cheerleaders announced for 2013-14

From press reports

 

Cheerleading squads were recently selected for 2013-14 at East Central Community College in Decatur.

Leading cheers for the Warrior football team will be Madison Stringer, Jordan Landry, Heather Johnson, Hailey West, David Williams and Mackenzie Rowzee, … Read more

Cohen, Gregory to speak at Louisville Rotary

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal

 

Fresh off his team°Øs trip to the championship round of the College World Series, Mississippi State University head baseball coach John Cohen will be in Louisville on Wednesday to speak at the … Read more

ECCC Tennis Squads earn top NJCAA Academic Honors

NJCAA Academic Women’s Tennis Team of the Year!
The 2013 East Central Community College women’s tennis team earned NJCAA Academic Team of the Year honors by achieving a 3.77 grade point average. Team members and their respective high schools include (kneeling from left) Haley Chapman, Newton County; Nan Hartness, Winston Academy; and Kelsey Tadlock, Newton County; and (standing from left) Alana Turner, Florence; Hayden Fryery, Winston Academy; and Amber Pierce and Hannah Smith, both of Leake Academy. Dianne O’Neill and Kyle Watson served as coaches.   (EC Photo)

Seven East Central Community College athletic teams and numerous student-athletes were recognized for academic achievement by the National Junior College Athletic Association, according to a news release from the NJCAA Headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colo.

ECCC President Dr. Billy Stewart … Read more