Category: Sports

Nanih Waiya adds LHS game to schedule

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal First-year Nanih Waiya slow-pitch softball coach Courtnee Graham knew there was going to be a two-week span in her team’s 2015 schedule that wouldn’t have any games, but got a little surprise when her…

Lady Patriots picked up first softball win of season

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Lady Patriots battled through some adversity last Tuesday to pick up its first fast-pitch softball win of the season. Winston Academy held a 6-1 lead after five innings of play thanks to a…

Louisville’s Hathorn named Leon the Lion at EMCC

From school reports SCOOBA – As the program continues to achieve summer camp success and compete nationally, the 2015-16 edition of the East Mississippi Community College cheerleading team is primed for the new academic year. This year’s 22-member EMCC cheerleading…

Tigers use strong defense play to pitch shutout in opener

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal While openly admitting there were some things his Tigers could have done a little better in their season-opening 28-0 win over J.Z. George on Friday night, Noxapater head football coach Casey Orr said he…

Patriots get washed out with first game

By – Wendell Womack Coaches Junior Graham and Andy Greening have been welcomed with open arms since their arrival on the Winston campus this year, but the visiting 4A Lamar Raiders from Meridian ended the welcome party as they effortlessly…

Wildcats use opportunistic defense to take 20-3 win over New Hope

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Veteran Louisville High School head football coach M.C. Miller was pleased his team open the 2015 season with a 20-3 win over New Hope on Friday, but he also knows his Wildcats have a…

Louisville’s Goss set for key role at wide receiver for EMCC

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal SCOOBA — If you play wide receiver for East Mississippi Community College the keys to success are pretty simple — if you get open you will get the ball and always be prepared to…

Ole Miss looking to be strong on defense again in 2015

From school reports OXFORD – After ranking as the No. 1 scoring defense in the country last year, the Ole Miss Rebels are expecting more of the same, if not an improvement, in 2015. “I’m pleased we’ve got about everything…

Sports Schedules – 08/26/2015

THURS, AUG. 27 Prep Softball 4/5 p.m. — Ethel at French Camp 4/6 p.m. — Kemper Academy at Winston Academy 5 p.m. — Kosciusko at Noxapater