Sports

Warriors take solid win over rival Noxapater

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Nanih Waiya banged out 12 hits on Thursday to take a 10-2 win over homestanding Noxapater and a two-game sweep of its Region 5-1A series with the Tigers. The win pushed NW to a … Read more

Tigers set to host Nanih Waiya Thursday at 6

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

The Noxapater High School baseball team will be looking to break a three-game losing streak on Thursday when the Tigers play host to county rival Nanih Waiya Thursday at 6 p.m.

Noxapater fell to … Read more

LCC set to host Graham-Moss 3-person scramble Saturday

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Louisville County Club will be the site of the Phyllis A. Graham-Steven B.Moss Scholarship Benefit Golf Tournament this Saturday at 8:30 a.m.

Those wishing to play in the three-person scramble who have not signed … Read more

Louisville baseball improves to 4-0 in league play

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Charlie Smith’s Louisville High School Wildcats had a productive week, picking up four Region 4-3A wins to improve to 6-2 overall in league play.

After sweeping a pair of tight games on the road … Read more

ECCC Tennis squads drop decisions to Itawamba

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Members of the 2015 men’s tennis team at East Central Community College in Decatur and their respective high schools include (back row, from left) Robert Strong, Forest; Alex Chapman, Mary G. Montgomery, Semmes, Ala.; Eduardo Santillan, Forest; and Tyler Patrick, Morton; and (front row, from left) Juan Miranda, Morton; Javon Yarbrough, Louisville; Devin Skinner, Neshoba Central; and Cole Duty, Winston Academy. Robert Thompson serves as head coach and Dianne O’Neill is adjunct coach. (EC PHOTO)

ECCC tennis teams dropped a pair of decisions to Itawamba Community College Tuesday, March 17, at Gaddis Park in Forest.

The Lady Warriors fell 8-1 to the visiting Lady Indians and the Warriors lost 9-0.

In women’s competition, results were … Read more

Cheer for 1st

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On March 21, Starkville Southern Storm Cheer Junior Level 2 Team won first place in their division at the Deep South Cheer Gulf Coast Classic in Mobile, AL.  The team is coached by Kaitlyn Day. … Read more