Category: Sports

Nanih Waiya duo fares well in cross-country meet

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By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

While the cross-country season doesn’t really get into full swing for Nanih Waiya until mid-October, a pair of Lady Warriors recently fared well at a cross-country event held in Lauderdale County.… Read more

Late turnovers cost Lousiville in tight 21-17 loss to Philly

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

It’s unusual to see disappointment on the face of veteran Louisville High School head football coach M.C. Miller. But, there was plenty of it Friday night following his team’s 21-17 loss to  strong Philadelphia … Read more

Sports Schedules – 9/17/2014

THURSDAY, SEPT. 18
Prep Softball
5:30 p.m. — Kemper at Winston Academy
5:30 p.m. — Louisville at French Camp
6 p.m. — Philadelphia at East Webster
6:30 p.m. — Sebastopol at Noxapater
6:30 p.m. — Eupora at Calhoun City

Junior … Read more

Winston Patriots lose to Heritage Patriots 44-14

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By Wendell Womack

The Winston Patriots started the 2014 with a “Death Row” schedule as they opened with preseason ranked Sylva Bay, and then went back to back with 3A opponents, Lamar and Heritage.… Read more

Louisville’s youthfulness shows up in Noxubee loss

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By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

Veteran Louisville High School head football coach M.C. Miller has been talking about how young his football team is this season. On Friday night it was evident.

A much more experienced Noxubee County … Read more

Tigers set to open Region 3-1A play at French Camp Friday

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By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

First-year Noxapater head football coach Casey Orr is hoping his team’s first win of the season can give the Tigers a boost as they head into Region 3-1A play at French Camp Academy … Read more

ECCC Warriors take road win over Coahoma, 35-14

Marquis Hedge (21) was the top offensive weapon during East Central Community College’s 35-14 blowout of Coahoma Community College Thursday, Sept. 4 on the Clarksdale campus. Hedge, a 5-9, 185-pound sophomore running back, ran for three touchdowns and hauled in a pass for another score in helping lead the Warriors to the impressive non-division victory. The Forest Hill High School product finished the night with 100 yards on 22 carries. In the background is sophomore quarterback Ethan Hamilton (8) who also had a productive night for the Warriors. The Noxapater High School product completed 11 of 18 passes for 114 yards and the one score.    (EC Photo)

From school reports

CLARKSDALE — Marquis Hedge ran for three touchdowns and caught a pass for another score in
leading East Central Community College to a 35-14 thumping over homestanding Coahoma Community College last Thursday.… Read more

Warriors survive challenge in thrilling 28-22 victory

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By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

Tate Hanna welcomes a challenge on the football field. He and his Nanih Waiya Warriors got it on Friday night, as they had to battle lightning and a tough bunch of Hornets from … Read more

Lady Wildcats looking to get in sync before region play begins

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Louisville first-year head slow-pitch softball coach Drew Smith says he hopes his team is picking up some of the things he has been stressing to them as the Lady Wildcats head into the meat … Read more

Tigers optimistic heading into third game of season

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By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

Despite starting the season at 0-2 and having yet to see his team score a touchdown, first-year Noxapater head football coach Casey Orr is optimistic about what lies ahead for his Tigers. And, … Read more